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Model Number AK-9000-RC
Reverse Cycle Split System
Air Conditioner
INSTALLATION MANUAL
PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY
This unit must be installed by a registered,
licensed installer as required by
Government regulations.
N13275
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  • Page 1

    PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY

    This unit must be installed by a registered,
    licensed installer as required by
    Government regulations.

    Reverse Cycle Split System
    Air Conditioner
    INSTALLATION MANUAL
    Model Number AK-9000-RC
    N13275



  • Page 2

    Contents

    2

    Important Safety Instructions

    3

    Product Overview

    5

    Selecting the Installation Place

    6

    Installation

    8

    Technical Specifications

    19

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    Important Safety Instructions
    PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY
    These installation instructions are for use by an appropriately
    qualified installer. Do not try to install the air conditioner on your
    own; doing so will expose you to danger and void the warranty.
    Contact a licensed installer.
    FOR THE INSTALLER
    Read this guide before installation. The appliance must be installed by
    a professional installer according to the instructions in this manual and
    in accordance with all applicable regulations.

    Electrical connections
    • All wiring work must be done by a qualified electrician in accordance with
    national wiring regulations.
    • The mains voltage must be in the range of 90-110% of that stamped on the
    rating plate. The switch or power plug must be kept clean.
    • Before accessing the terminals, all the power circuits must be disconnected
    from the power supply.
    • All wires must be connected correctly, otherwise the unit will malfunction and
    cause damage to the air conditioning system.
    • The air conditioner must be grounded. Incomplete grounding may result
    in electric shocks. Do not connect the earth wire to the gas pipeline, water
    pipeline, lightning rod or telephone earth wire.
    • An earth leakage breaker with a rated capacity of more than 1.5 times the
    maximum current must be installed to avoid possible electric shocks.
    • If the air conditioner is not fitted with a supply cord and a plug, an all-pole
    switch must be installed in the fixed wiring and the distance between
    contacts should be no less than 3mm.
    • If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
    manufacturer or its service agent or a similar qualified person in order to
    avoid a hazard.
    • For the method of connection of the appliance to the electrical supply and
    interconnection of separate components, please see the electric connection
    elements chart attached to the outdoor unit.
    • Make sure that after installation the power plug can easily be reached.
    • If the model has no plug a switch with a contact separation of at least 3mm
    in all poles shall be added in the fixed wiring.
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    Important Safety Instructions (Cont.)
    Installation
    • The air conditioner’s outdoor unit must be installed on suitably strong
    supports.
    • During installation of the indoor and outdoor units, do not allow children
    access to the working area.
    • Make sure that the base of the outdoor unit is firmly fixed, otherwise it will
    produce abnormal noise and vibration during use.
    • Do NOT install the outdoor unit:
    XX In an area where the running noise could disturb neighbours
    XX In environments where the air could contain gas, oil or sulphur
    XX Near sources of heat
    XX At a distance of less than 1m from flammable substances (e.g. alcohol or
    other flammable liquids or gases) and pressurised containers (e.g. spray
    cans).
    • If the appliance is used in areas without the possibility of ventilation,
    precautions must be taken to prevent any leaks of refrigerant gas from
    remaining in the environment and creating a fire danger.
    • Check that air cannot enter the refrigerant system and check for refrigerant
    leaks when moving the air conditioner.
    • Carry out a test cycle after installing the air conditioner and record the
    operating data. Make sure that air cannot enter the refrigerant system and
    check for refrigerant leaks when moving the air conditioner.

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    Product Overview
    1

    Fig. 1

    2

    d

    3

    4

    5

    6

    Indoor Unit
    1 Air return grid
    2 Operational performance
    indications
    3 Adjustment fin for left/
    right airflow direction
    4 Adjustment flap for up/
    down airflow direction
    5 Air outlet
    6 Air filter
    7 Drain tube

    7

    Outdoor Unit

    Fig. 2

    8 Air inlet
    9 Air discharge vent
    10 Refrigerant pipe
    connection and electric
    wiring cord

    8

    9

    10

    This Air Conditioner is made up of an indoor unit, outdoor unit and a
    remote control. The indoor unit is installed on a wall of the room to be air
    conditioned. The outdoor unit is installed in a protected area outdoors, on
    the ground or on a wall on suitable brackets.
    NOTE:
    • If the power is supplied from the outdoor unit, the power supply cord is
    fitted in the outdoor unit.
    • Figures and descriptions throughout this user manual are for explanatory
    and illustrative purposes only and may differ slightly from the appearance of
    the product purchased.
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    Selecting the Installation Place
    Indoor unit
    This Air Conditioner (9000 BTU) is suitable for cooling or heating a room of
    up to 22m2 in size. Before starting installation, decide on the position of the
    indoor and outdoor units, taking into account the minimum space required
    around the units.
    Install the indoor unit:
    33 Level, on a strong wall that is not subject to vibrations
    33 Near an electrical socket or private circuit
    33 So that the inlet and outlet ports are not be obstructed, the air should be
    able to blow all over the room
    33 Where the minimum clearances can be maintained (Fig.1) and at least
    2.30m above floor height
    33 Where connection between the indoor and outdoor units is as easy as
    possible.
    Do NOT install the indoor unit:
    22 Near a source of heat, steam or flammable gas
    22 Near a doorway
    22 Where it will be exposed to direct sunlight or affected by the outdoor air
    22 Where it will be affected by oil fumes or splashes, smoke or steam
    22 Near high-frequency facilities (such as high frequency arc welders, etc.)
    22 In areas where acid solutions or special sulfide sprays are frequently used
    22 Above musical instruments, TVs, computers or other valuable appliances
    22 Where the air outlet of the indoor unit would be near a fire/smoke alarm (during
    operation, warm air from the unit might erroneously trigger the alarm).
    Ceiling
    Above 100mm(4")

    Right side: 150mm (6")
    and above from wall

    Left side: 150mm(6")
    and above from wall

    Wall hanging plate

    Fig.1

    2300mm(7'6")
    and above
    ground

    NOTE: If additional function devices are to be installed above the air conditioner,
    make sure to leave the extra required space for such devices.

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    Selecting the Installation Place (Cont.)
    Height limits of indoor and outdoor units
    Make sure to maintain the below height limitations (Fig.2) when installing the
    indoor and outdoor units.
    • Either the indoor unit or the outdoor
    unit can be installed higher, as long
    as the height differences comply
    with the above stated requirements.
    • Try to keep pipe bends to a
    minimum so as to maintain
    Fig.2
    maximum performance of the units.

    Outdoor unit
    If you put up a canopy to protect the outdoor unit from rain and sun rays,
    make sure you do not create any obstacles for proper heat dispersion from
    the condenser.
    Install the outdoor unit:
    33 In a safe place and solid place that can support the weight of the unit
    33 Level, on a strong and secure installation base and metal supporting frame
    33 Where the air discharge and operating sound level will not disturb
    neighbours
    33 Where condensation water is easily drained from the base plate
    33 Where the minimum clearances can be maintained (as listed on page 8) for
    free air circulation.
    Do NOT install the indoor unit:
    22 Near sources of heat, steam, flammable gas or toxic gas
    22 Where it is exposed to high winds or excessive dust
    22 Where it will be exposed to rain, direct sunshine or strong sea breezes —
    if such position cannot be avoided, use a protection that will not interfere
    with the airflow
    22 Where people often pass
    22 Where animals are kept or plants are grown, as exposure to cold and hot
    air will affect them
    22 Where it will be subject to vibration.

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    Installation
    Detailed space requirements around the outdoor unit
    Fig.4

    Fig.5
    500mm(1'8") min

    100mm(4") min

    200mm(8") min

    500mm(1'8") min

    Fig.3

    500mm(1'8") min

    Fig.6
    200mm(8") min

    300mm(1') min

    200mm
    (8")min

    Fig.7

    500mm
    (1'8")min

    Space for maintenance

    100mm(4") min

    Fig.8
    1000mm(3'4") min



    The above listed clearances must be maintained:
    1. When there are obstacles above the unit (Fig.3).
    2. When the front (air outlet) is open (Fig.4).
    3. When there are obstacles only in the front (air outlet) (Fig.5).
    4. For maintenance (Fig.6) of the unit.
    5. When there are obstacles at the front and rear sides. (Fig.7).
    6. When there are obstacles all around the unit, on four sides (Fig.8).
    The outdoor unit must NOT be installed when there are obstacles all
    around the unit, even if the top side is open. At least two sides must
    be kept open.

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    Installation (Cont.)
    Installation of the indoor unit
    The pipes can be connected as illustrated in Fig.9. When the pipes are
    connected to exit at the sides of the unit, a groove for the pipes has to be
    opened at the proper place on the base stand.

    Installing the wall-mounting plate
    Fix the wall-mounting plate firmly on the wall with screws. Make sure the
    plate is installed level, a slanted wall-mounting plate might jeopardise the
    smooth discharge of condensation water.
    Fig.9

    Drilling holes
    Drill holes with a diameter of 65mm
    slightly below the wall-mounting
    plate, making sure the outer edge of
    the hole is 5-10mm lower (Fig.10) so
    that condensation water can flow out
    smoothly.
    Cut the pipe that penetrates the wall to
    the proper length; it should be 3-5mm
    longer than the wall thickness, then
    insert the pipe as illustrated (Fig.10).

    GLeft outlet

    GLeft rear outlet

    GRight outlet

    GRear outlet

    GBottom outlet

    Fig.10

    Fix with a tape
    5-10mm
    lower
    (1/5-2/5")

    Installing the drain pipe
    Install the pipes of the indoor unit
    in accordance with the direction of
    the wall holes. Wrap the pipes and
    drain pipe tightly together with tape,
    making sure that the drain pipe is
    underneath the pipes (Fig.11). (When
    the drain pipe passes the room interior,
    some condensed water drops may
    accumulate on the pipe surfaces if the
    humidity is very high.)

    Wall cap

    Wall pipe
    Interior

    Exterior

    Fig.11

    Pipelines of indoor unit
    Drain pipe
    Rear pipe

    Installing the indoor unit
    Pass the connection wires, connecting
    pipes and drain pipe through the wall
    hole. Hang the indoor unit on the hooks
    at the top of the wall-mounting plate
    so that the hooks at the bottom of the
    indoor unit match the hooks of the wallmounting plate (Fig.12).

    Wall

    Fig.12

    Top hooks

    Hook supports
    Bottom hooks

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    Installation (Cont.)
    Inspections
    • Check if the hooks at the top and
    bottom are firmly fixed.
    • Check if the position of the master unit is
    properly levelled.
    • The drain pipe should not curve
    upward (Fig.13).
    • The drain pipe should be at the lower
    part of the wall pipes (Fig.13).

    Fig.13
    Connecting pipe
    Connecting wires
    Wall pipe

    Drain pipe
    Drain pipe

    Installation of the outdoor unit
    • Try to ship the product to the installation location in its original package.
    • During shipping, the outdoor unit must not be slanted to over 45 degrees.
    (Do not store the unit in a horizontal way.)
    • As the gravity centre of the unit is not at the installation centre, special
    caution should be taken when using hoisting cables to lift it up.
    • Use expansion bolts to fix the mounting supports on the wall.
    • Use bolts and nuts to fix the outdoor unit firmly on the supports and keep
    on the same level.
    • If the unit is to be installed in areas with strong wind, such as in coastal
    areas or at places high above sea level, or on a rooftop, the outdoor unit
    should be installed against a wall and the supports firmly fixed to ensure
    normal fan operation.
    • If installing parellel units, make sure to maintain the clearances below
    (Fig.14).

    Fig.14

    10

    300mm(1')min

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    Installation (Cont.)
    Pipe connection and air purging *
    * The following pipe connection and air purging instructions are only suitable
    for air conditioner models other than quick coupler models. Instructions for
    quick coupler models follow on page 13.
    The air conditioning system must be installed in way that ensures that no
    dust, foreign articles, air or moisture can enter the system. Pay particular
    attention when connecting the pipes for the outdoor unit.
    • Try to avoid repeated curves as much as possible, otherwise the copper
    pipes may harden or crack.
    • Use suitable wrenches for connecting the pipes so as to ensure appropriate
    torque. Refer to the torque table below for torque values (Table 1).
    Excessive torque might damage the joints while too little torque might lead
    to leakage.

    Table 1: Torque values, based upon the wrench to be used

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    Installation (Cont.)
    Air purging with a vacuum pump
    After having connected the indoor and
    outdoor units, make sure all pipes have
    been properly connected, then bleed the
    air and humidity from the refrigerant circuit
    by following the below steps.
    1. Remove the charging port cap and
    connect the manifold gauge and the
    vacuum pump to the charging valve by
    service hoses, as illustrated (Fig.15).
    2. Open the valve of the low pressure side
    of the manifold gauge, then run the
    vacuum pump. Vacuum the indoor unit
    and the connecting pipes for about 10
    minutes until the pressure in them has
    dropped to below 1.5mmHg. When
    the desired vacuum has been reached,
    close the low pressure valve of the
    manifold gauge and stop the pump.
    3. Disconnect the service hoses and fit
    the cap to the charging valve.
    4. Remove the blank caps and fully open
    the spindles of the 2-way and 3-way
    valves with a service valve wrench.
    5. Tighten the blank caps of the 2-way and
    3-ways valves, applying the appropriate
    torque as listed on page 11 (Table 1).

    Fig.15

    Adding refrigerant
    Refrigerant must be added if the piping
    measures more than 5 metres in length.
    This operation can only be performed by a
    professional technician. For the additional
    amount of refrigerant required, see the
    Table 2 below.

    Table 2:

    Piping length: 5m x 30g
    (or 16ft x 0.3oz)

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    Piping length: 5m x 65g
    (or 16ft x 0.7oz)

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    Installation (Cont.)
    Gas leakage inspection
    After the pipeline connection is done, use a leakage inspection device or
    soap suds to carefully check if there is any leakage at the joints. This is
    an important step to ensure the quality of installation. Once a leakage is
    detected, proper treatment should be taken immediately.

    Pipe connection for split type quick coupler models
    If you have purchased the air conditioner for split type quick coupler models,
    follow the below pipe connection instructions. (This section does not apply to
    the AK-9000-RC Air Conditioner.)
    Fig.16
    1. Remove the dust caps from the indoor and
    outdoor units, and the connecting pipe.
    2. Align the joint counter of the connecting
    pipe with the proper indoor and outdoor joint
    conic surfaces and tighten the connecting nut
    manually. Then secure the connection with a
    wrench (Fig.16), applying the appropriate torque
    as listed on page 11 (Table
    Fig.17
    1).
    3. Remove the two valve core
    caps from the outdoor unit
    (Fig.17).
    4. Turn on the high and low
    pressure valve cores with a
    socket wrench, then tighten
    the two valve core caps of
    the outdoor unit (Fig.17).
    5. Finally, wrap the hot insulating cotton around the joints of the indoor and
    outdoor units.

    Notes on installation of
    quick coupler




    Normal

    Table 3 lists the
    minimum radius
    parameters for the
    connecting pipe.
    Quick coupler assembly
    and disassembly limit:
    the assembly and
    disassembly times are inadvisably more than 7.
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    Installation (Cont.)
    Pipelines connection for whole unit
    type quick coupler models

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    Wrap with ethylene tapes

    Fig.18
    (This section does not apply to the AK9000-RC Air Conditioner.)
    1. Remove the two screws on the
    maintenance plate with a screwdriver
    and take off the plate, then remove
    the dust caps on both the indoor
    male coupler and outdoor female
    coupler (Fig.18).
    2. To open the inner hooks, apply a little Fig.19
    force with your thumb and press the
    projecting section of the outdoor
    female coupler backwards, then you
    can easily take out the outdoor valve
    with the other hand (Fig.19).
    3. In the same way, press the projecting
    section backwards, then connect the
    indoor male coupler to the outdoor
    Fig.20
    female coupler (Fig.20).
    4. Close the key lever of the indoor male
    coupler, push it into the horizontal
    position (Fig.21). The refrigerant will
    start circulating through the indoor
    and outdoor units; you should be able
    to hear sounds of air flowing through
    the system.
    Fig.21
    5. Connect the outdoor quick cable
    coupler with the indoor quick cable
    coupler (Fig.22).
    6. Finally, re-install the maintenance
    plate back into its place
    Fig.22
    Fig.23
    (Fig.23). As for the
    outdoor valve for gas
    leaking and the dust
    caps, you can preserve
    them for future possible
    use on the removal of
    your air conditioner.
    Outdoor quick cable coupler
    Indoor quick cable coupler



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    Installation (Cont.)
    Connection of the power cable
    1. Remove the drawer of the outdoor unit.
    2. Non-quick coupler:
    Connect the indoor power and control
    wires with the matching outdoor
    wires in accordance with the electric
    schematic diagram and make sure that
    the connection is firmly done (Fig.24)
    Quick coupler:
    Directly connect the indoor and
    outdoor quick cable couplers after
    disassembling the outdoor unit’s
    connecting box cover (Fig.25).
    3. Use a press plate to fix the wires firmly,
    and re-install the drawer.
    4. Optional steps:
    Fig.26
    In some cooling and heating
    models you should connect the
    indoor wire connector with an
    outdoor probe wire connector
    for defrosting (Fig.26).

    Fig.24

    Fig.25

    Finishing touches




    Wrap the pipes tightly with ethylene tape.
    Fix the wrapped pipes on the exterior wall with clamps.
    Fill in the gaps left over by the pipe hole and wall hole to prevent
    rainwater from entering.

    Test running






    Connect the unit to the power source and check if the function selection
    keys on the remote controller are working properly.
    Check if the room temperature adjustments and timer settings are
    working properly.
    Check if the drain is smooth.
    Check if there is any abnormal noise or vibration during operation.
    Check if there is leakage of refrigerant.

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    Installation (Cont.)
    Installation checklist
    • Check and ensure that the installation place is solid and strong enough to
    support the weight of the unit.
    • Check and ensure that condensation water can easily drain away.
    • Check and ensure that in the vicinity of the unit:
    XX There is nothing that prevents ventilation or obstructs operation in front
    of the unit.
    XX There is suitable protection for the outdoor unit in case of direct
    exposure to sea breezes.
    XX There is a minimum distance of 1m between the indoor unit and remote
    controller and a TV or radio
    XX There are no flammable gas leaks.
    XX There is no oil splashing.
    • Check and ensure that the installation place does not increase the unit’s
    operation noise or vibration. If there is a possibility that vibration can be
    transmitted to the house, fix the unit by inserting vibration-proof pads
    between the unit and fittings.
    • Things left near the outlet and inlet of the outdoor unit cause malfunction or
    increased operation noise. Do not leave obstacles near the outlet and inlet.
    • If irregular sound is heard during operation, consult with the distributor of
    the unit using the information at the bottom of the page.

    Inspection and maintenance
    According to the service conditions and operating environment, the inside
    of the air conditioner will become dirty after several seasons (3 to 5 years) of
    service, resulting in decreased operating performance.
    While the air conditioner may be still be used for a longer period, we
    recommend getting the unit professionally inspected and maintained during
    an off season, in addition to regular cleaning.
    To book a service call, contact our after sales support centre using the details
    at the bottom of the page.

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    Installation (Cont.)
    Troubleshooting guide
    This air conditioner is equipped with a self-diagnosis function to help you
    identify potential problems. Should you encounter problems with your air
    conditioner, contact our after sales support centre using the details on the
    bottom of the page. However, before calling for service, consult the selfdiagnosis information below.
    Self-check
    information

    Indicator light self-check
    code

    Digital selfcheck code

    Defrost indication

    Blinks once per second

    Indicates
    “dF”or heating
    icon blinks

    Anti cold wind

    Blinks once per second

    Fan motor
    picture not
    running

    Room temperature
    sensor fault

    Blinks once every 8 seconds

    E2

    Coil temperature sensor Blinks twice every 8 seconds

    E3

    Indoor fan fault

    Blinks 3 times every 8 seconds

    E8

    Outdoor feedback

    Blinks 6 times every 8 seconds

    E5

    External feedback fault

    Blinks 7 times every 8 seconds

    E7

    Open the door fault

    Blinks 3 times every 8 seconds

    E0

    Outdoor tube
    temperature sensor
    faults

    Blinks 4 times every 8 seconds

    E1

    (EEPROM)
    Communication failures

    Blinks 6 times every 8 seconds

    E6

    Outdoor temperature
    exceeds scope (too
    cold)

    Blinks once per second

    FF

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    Installation (Cont.)
    Quick connector installation instruction*
    * Only relevant for the installation of stainless quick connector pipes -- this
    section does not apply to the AK-9000-RC Air Conditioner
    • To expand the connecting pipe, hold one side then expand it following the
    right direction.
    • Make sure the angles have a radian at some extent while installing the
    stainless soft pipe. Angels need to be around, not bent (to the quick
    connecting spot and drilled point in the wall).
    • To prevent the stainless soft pipe from getting bent or stretched, always fix
    these soft connecting pipes while installing them.

    Table 4

    Installation guide
    • To keep the allowed bending radius,
    take care when unwinding the
    packed soft pipes. Do not expand
    only one side of the pipes.
    • Use a semicircle pulley to maintain
    the appropriate bending radius.
    Extreme bending could damage the
    pipes.
    • Use a twisting wheel to avoid
    improper bending. Overlength soft
    pipes will lead to irregular bending.
    • Use a rigid elbow to keep the
    bending radius while soft pipes
    operating. Undersize bending will
    damage the soft pipe.
    • Make sure the soft pipe is not too
    short so the minimum bending
    radius can be maintained.

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    Technical Specifications
    AK-9000-RC

    Heating

    AK-18000-RC

    220-240V, 50Hz

    Rated Voltage & Frequency

    Cooling

    AK-12000-RC

    Capacity

    2600W
    (1600-3000W)

    3500W
    (2200-4000W)

    5100W
    (2800-5500W

    Power Input

    675W
    (420-1160W)

    910W
    (600-1400W)

    1504W
    (720-1880W)

    Current Input

    3.4A
    (1.9-5.4A)

    4.2A
    2.6-6.5A)

    7.0A
    (3.2-8.5A)

    EER

    3.85w/w

    3.85w/w

    3.39w/w

    Capacity

    2600W
    (1700-3200W)

    3700W
    (2200-4200W)

    5200W
    (2900-5700W)

    Power Input

    700W (430-1190W)

    960W (600-1400W)

    1480W (730-1920W)

    Current Input

    3.8A (2.0-5.7A)

    4.4A (2.6-6.7A)

    6.8A (2.8-8.7A)

    COP

    3.71w/w

    3.85w/w

    3.51w/w

    Moisture Removal

    0.9kg/h

    1.3kg/h

    1.9kg/hr

    Max. Input Consumption

    1600W

    1800W

    2800W

    Max. Current

    9A

    9.5A

    13.5A

    Type

    Compressor

    Indoor
    Fan

    Indoor

    Rotary

    Capacity

    2310W

    2615W

    5100W

    Power Input

    915W

    1010W

    1150W

    LRA

    22A

    22A

    --

    RLA

    3

    6.5

    5.0

    Thermal
    Protector

    External

    External

    Internal

    Refrigerant
    Oil

    Fv50S \320ml

    FV50S \320ml

    HAF68D1U or
    equivalent 480=20ml

    Power Input

    27W

    47W

    56W

    Capacity

    1µF

    1.2µF

    1.8µF

    Speed
    (H/M/L)

    1290±30rpm

    1300rpm

    1300/1150/1000rpm

    Diameter *
    Length

    Ø98*622

    Ø98*707

    Ø102*707

    Air Circulation

    500m3/h

    700m3/h

    850m3/h

    Noise Level

    31-41dB(A)

    40-44dB(A)

    42-46dB(A)

    Dimensions
    (L x W x H)

    800 x 280 x 190mm

    900 x 292 x 215mm

    900 x 292 x 215mm

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    Technical Specifications (Cont.)

    Indoor
    Evaporator

    Outdoor
    Fan
    Motor

    Outdoor
    Condenser

    AK-9000-RC

    AK-12000-RC

    AK-18000-RC

    Rows/Tubes/
    Circuits

    2/15/2

    2/17

    2/20

    Tube Pitch/
    Row Pitch/Fin
    Spacing

    21/12.7/1.4mm

    21/12.7/1.6mm

    21/12.7/1.6/1.7mm

    Fin Type

    Open Window

    Open Window
    Hydrophilic

    Aluminium Foil

    Tube Outside
    Ø & Type

    Ø7 Internal Thread
    Tube

    Ø7 Internal Thread
    Tube

    Ø7/R410A

    Coil LxHxW

    615 x 315 x 25.4mm

    705 x 402 x 25.4mm

    705 x 326 x 25.4mm

    Power Input

    67W

    67W

    103W

    Capacity

    1.5/450µF

    1.5/450µF

    3µF

    Speed
    (H/M/L)

    850/550rpm

    850/550rpm

    870/600rpm

    Diameter *
    Height

    Ø408*134

    Ø408*134

    Ø415

    Rows/Tubes/
    Circuits

    2/24

    2/20

    2/26

    Tube Pitch/
    Row Pitch/Fin
    Spacing

    21/1.56mm

    25/21.56/1.5mm

    21/18.19/1.6mm

    Fin Type

    Blue Open Window
    Hydrophilic

    Open Window

    Blue Open Window
    Hydrophilic

    Tube Outside
    Ø & Type

    Ø7x0.25+0.18
    Internal Thread Tube

    Ø9.52x0.28+0.15
    Internal Thread Tube

    Ø7.0x0.25+0.18
    Internal Thread Tube

    Coil LxHxW

    504 x 936 x 25.4mm

    719 x 500 x 21.56mm
    753 x 500 x 21.56mm

    798 x 546 x 36.38mm

    Ø3.0 x Ø1.4 x 900
    Ø3.0 x Ø1.4 x 250

    Ø3.0 x Ø1.4 x 520
    Ø3.0 x Ø1.4 x 480

    Ø3.0 x Ø1.8 x 900
    Ø3.0 x Ø1.8 x 600

    Noise Level

    53db(A)

    54db(A)

    55dB(A)

    Dimensions
    (L x W x H)

    812 x 256 x 540mm

    811 x 256 x 540mm

    850 x 295 x 605mm

    Refrigerant
    Type/Quantity

    R410A/1060g

    R410A/1400g

    R410A/1420g

    Design Pressure (Hi/Low)

    4.2/1.3MPa

    4.2/1.3MPa

    4.2/1.2MPa

    Outdoor: Cooling Capillary/
    Heating Aux.Capillary (mm)

    Outdoor

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    Technical Specifications (Cont.)

    Refrigerant
    Piping /
    Connection
    wiring

    AK-9000-RC

    AK-12000-RC

    AK-18000-RC

    Liquid Side/
    Gas Side/
    Length

    Ø6.0 + Ø9.52 x
    3500mm

    Ø6.0 + Ø9.52 x
    5000mm

    Ø6.0 + Ø12.0 x
    5000mm

    Max. Refrigerant Pipe
    Length / Max.
    Difference in
    Level

    15 / 5m

    15 / 5m

    15 / 5m

    Power Cord
    (Number x
    Diameter x
    Length)

    3 x 1.5mm2 x 2m

    3 x 1.5mm2 x 2m

    3 x 2.5mm2 x 2.68m

    Indoor &
    Outdoor Connecting Cable
    (Number x
    Diameter x
    Length)

    4 x 1.5mm2 x
    6080mm

    4 x 1.5mm2 x
    6080mm

    4 x 1.5mm2 x
    6080mm

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    Licensed Installer Details
    Please fill in the details below:
    Name of licensed installer:

    .......................................................................

    License number:

    .......................................................................

    Date of installation:

    .......................................................................

    Signature: .......................................................................

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