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Contents

CONTENTS
1. General Discription of Air Conditioner ...................................................................2
2. Refrigerant Cycle ....................................................................................................9
3. Installation .............................................................................................................11
4. Window Type Room Air Conditioner....................................................................34
5. Split Type Room Air Conditioner..........................................................................48
6. Packaged Type Air Conditioner............................................................................90
7. Control And Electrionics Part.............................................................................100
8. Method Of Main quality Service.........................................................................123
9. The Others And References..............................................................................143

1. GENERAL DISCRIPTION OF AIR CONDITIONER


1. TYPE OF AIR CONDITIONER
1-1. Classification according to funciton
Cooling
Cooling + Heating (Electric heater)
Cooling + Heatig (Heat pump)

1-2. Classification according to installation type


Window

Window
Skinny
PTAC

Split

Split
Floor
Multi
Ceiling
Duct
Convertible

Multi

2. EXPLANATION OF TERMINOLOGY
1) Air Conditioning:
Keeping room air in an optimum condition, depending on the use or purpose. (Cooling, heating, humidity regulatiog,
air cleaning, etc.)

2) Cooling (Heating) capacity:


Calorie which is able to be released (or added) per a unit time in room. It is expressed in Kcal/h, BTU/h, W or RT

3) Humidity
(1) Absolute humidity: The amount of vapor contained in the air. Generally it is equal to the amount of vapor by g unit
contained in 1m3 air, and is expressed in g/m3.
(2) Relative humidity: The ratio between the amount of vapor contained in the air and the maximum amount (the
amout of saturated vapor) of vapor capable of containing at that temperature in %.
*Relative humidity= Actual vapor pressure/Saturated vapor pressure x 100
= Actual vapor pressure of dew point temperature/saturated vapor pressure of dry-dulb temp.
x 100
(3) Dew point temperature: The surface temperature which starts dewing on the surface when it is cooled in the air.

4) Heat
(1) Latent heat and sensible heat:
Heat which causes a change in the state of a substance, with its temperature being constant, is called latent heat
whereas heat which changes the temperature of a substance is called sensible heat. Latent heat is expressed in
terms of calories needed to cause a change of state of a substance per 1 kg. The following equation shows that Q
Kcal is needed to change state of a substance weight G Kg when the latent heat is L Kcal/kg. (Q=GL)

Three states of a substance

(2) Thermal flow


1 Radiation : A phenomenon which termal energy as an electro-magnetic wave is transmitted directly from a
thermal source.
2 Conduction : A phenomenon which transmits from high to low temperature when there is a temperature
difference partially in a substance.
3 Convection : When the temperature of a fluid like gas or liquid changes by heat, the high temperature part
expands and thus the density drops to cause to be light whereas the low themperature part is to
be heavy. It means a phenomenon that heat is transmitted together when floating happens by the
weight difference of air.

5) Quantity of heat
(1) Kcal: Adding or releasing heat to or from a substance changes its temperature. This change of temperature is in
proportion the heat added or released This heat is called calorie which is expressed in Kcal or cal. 1 Kcal is
equal to the amount of heat required to raise the 1C Temperature of 1kg water 4C.
(2) BTU: 1 BTU is equal to the amount of heat required to raise the 1F temperature of 1 lb water.
1 Kcal=3.968 BTU, 1 BTU=0.252 Kcal

6) Refrigerating Ton (RT):


1 RT is equal to the capacity which makes 1 Ton water 0C into ice 0C in 24 hours. It is expressed in calorie
required to freeze water 1 Ton water 32F(200 lb) into ice 32F, and when using the solidification latent heat of
water, 1RT is as follows
1 RT= 144BTU/lb x 200 lb/24hr = 12,000 BTU/lb = 3,024 Kcal/h = 3.517 KW

7) Pressure:
Pressure p is the normal (perpendicular) force exerted by a fluid per unit area against which the force is exerted.
Absolute pressure is the measure of pressure above zero; gauge pressure is measured above existing atmospheric
pressure. the unit used for pressure is newtons per square meter (N/m2), also called a pascal (Pa). The newton is a
unit of force. Standard atmospheric pressure is 101,325 Pa=101.3 kPa.

8) Specific heat:
The specific heat of a substance is the quantity of energy required to raise the temperature of a unit mass by 1 K.

9) Horse Power(Hp)
1 Hp = 0.75 KW = 645 Kcal/h, 1W = 086 Kcal/h

10) Conversion of unit


(1) Temperature conversion (C F)
F = 9/5C + 32, C = 5/9(F-32)
(2) Area or volume conversion
1m2 = 10.764 ft2, 1m3 = 35.3165ft3
(3) Weight conversion
1Kg = 2.2 lb, 1 lb = 0.45 Kg
(4) Unit conversion table

Classification

BUT/h

Kcal/h

KJ

Hp

RT

1BTU/h

0.252

0.293

1.055

0.00039

0.000083

1Kcal/h

3.968

1.163

4.186

0.00155

0.000329

1W

3.413

0.86

3.601

0.00133

0.000283

1KJ

0.948

0.239

0.278

0.00037

0.000079

1Hp

2559

645

750

2700

0.212

1RT

12000

3024

3516

12660

4.68

11) Compressor:
Absorb and compress the low pressure gasified refrigerant in evaporator and let it flow into condenser. At this time,
the low pressure is to be kept in evaporator and the refrigerant gas flows into condenser as high pressure condition.
The most economical condition of compressor for an proper operating is when the refrigerant gas absorbed into
compressor is in dry-saturated condition. The overly-heated suction gas may cause the mechanical ability o
compressor to be reduced and the cylinder clearance of compressor to be re-expanded, and as a result, the
refrigerant may be used without its refrigerating effect. The types of compressor is Recipro. type, Rotary type, Scroll
type, Screw type, etc. and consists of cylinder, piston, vane, shaft, bearing, case and accumulator for structure
reason.

12) Condenser:
The high temperature/high pressure refrigerant gas compressed by compressor is sucked into condenser and
liquified by cooling. The condenser is cooled by the forced-convection of fan. The calorie emitted from condenser is
equal to the sum of the heat absorbed in evaporator and the calorie used for compressor operationg.

13) Evaporator:
Absorb the heat from room air by forced-convection
The liquid refrigerant in evaporator is evaporated by absorbing heat from room air and flowed into compressor as a
gasified state. The evaporating temperature of refrigerant is decided by pressure, which is decided by the
temperature of suction air and the wind flow, and the pressure in evaporator is normally 5Kg/cm2G and the
evaporating temperature is 5~8C

14) Capillary (Expansion Valve):


Regulate the refrigerant flow into evaporator get, lower the pressure of refrigerant, and lead it into a liquid of low
temperature and low pressure. The type of capillary is generally a thin and long copper tube of 0.6~2.0mm2 inner
diameter and 1~2m long. The resistance of tube causes to turn into a liquid of low pressure and low temperature.

15) Dryer:
Any moisture in refrigerating cycle may cause the compressor motor to be damaged or turn into an ice state it self
in the middle of cycle, which blocks the flow of refrigerant. Dryer is installed in a cycle for the purpose of removing
such moisture.
There are two types of dryer; a liquid line dryer which is connected serially to the condenser outlet and a suction line
dryer which is connected serially to the suction line, with a desiccative in dryer.
The dryer is designed for uni-directional flowing of the refrigerant.

16) Strainer:
Strainer serves to remove foreign substances from refrigerant by a metal net pelt of fine grid or a glass wool being
inserted into metal vessel and refrigerant being passed through between the interval. The mounted position is
between condenser and capillary expansion valve.

17) Service valve:


Service valve is used for vacuum working and refrigerant filling. Front seat is called a state which cap is opened and
valve is completely rotated clockwise and refrigerant stops flowing in that condition, whereas back seat is called a
state which valve is totated completely counter-clockwise and refrigerant flows. In case of pressure measurements
or vacuum work form service valve, the back seat condition is changed into some fornt seat condition. Product is
released in front seat condition, so the back seat by brake-in is not needed.

18) Motor:
Generates a rotating force by electric power and supply the driving force to fan and blower in both indoor and
outdoor of air conditioner.

19) Fan:
Generates forced air flow. The forced air passes throngh heat-exchanger and blow out the heat (or give the heat on
the contrary) from heat-exchanger.
A Fan can be classified by axial fan and radial fan. Generally we call axial fan (mostly propellar fan) as (Fan).

20) Blower (Cross Flow Fan: C.F.F):


A kind of Fan. It also generates forced air flow and air flows cross over axis of Fan
Blower is placed indoor unit, so a small size, high wind flow and low noise type is used.

21) Thermostat:
Sense the temperature of air or heat exchangers and controlls automatically room temperature by switching
compressor on/off depending on temperature. Thermostat is used for a mechanical type model and thermistor for a
micom type control method.

22) Capacitor:
Get shift the phase of input electricity for compressor or fan motor, which leads starting direction and torque to the
compressor motor or fan motor for aircon and make the operating efficiency better during operation.

23) Over load protector (O.L.P):


A protective device of automatic retrip type which is placed in the compressor and trip(cut) off the power of
compressor moto against the overheat and overcurrent of compressor.
At this time, compressor stopps operating by power off and only fan is on work. Generally the trip temperature is
around 120C and the return thmperature is around 90C.

24) High pressure switch(H.P.S/W):


A protective device of automatic return type which protects compressor and the discharge pipes from overload by
sensing the discharge pressure of compressor, working at an abnormal high temperature, and shutting off the
electric circuit. Generally the working pressure is around 28kg/cm2G and the return pressure is 23 kg/cm2G.

25) Accumulator:
A kind of liquid refrigerant separator which prevents the liquid refrigerant getting into compressor and is installed in
the suction inlet of compressor.

26) Reversing valve (4 way valve):


Convert the flow of refrigerant upon cooling/heating switch-over, electrically power on when heating and off when
cooling, be installed in outdoor, and have four connecting valves as shown in the name. The refrigerant passing
through compressor always flows to a constant direction and is able to reverse-operate completely the refrigerating
cycle of both cooling and heating by a reversing valve. Consist of reversing valve and solenoid valve. The main
valve in reversing valve uses a nylon resin which is deformed by heat 120C or over and thus causes valve not to
work, so be cautious while operating or when welding.

27) Check valve:


Prevent refrigerant from reverse flow in refrigerating cycle. It is installed in a place where it is necessary to prevent
the reverse flow of refrigerant in a copper pipe. It has a mechanical structure and attached to the opposite of a
heating capillary to expand the heating/cooling model by two speeds, and is constructed so as to flow through
capillary in heating and through the check valve in cooling only.

28) Solenoid valve


Regulate the refrigerant flow by refrigerant on/off in cycle which refrigerant flows according as the valve operates
through a coil unit being powered on. Mainly it is used when reversing the 4 way valve of a cooling/heating model or
construction each unit cycle of multi model.

3. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATING AIR-CONDITIONER


1) Four elements of air conditioning
(1) Temperature:
The dry-bulb temperature by cooling or heating room air.
(2) Humidity:
A comfortable humidity condition of room air is generally kept by the relative humidity of air, and the room air is
controlled into a given relative humidity condition.
(3) The degree of purity:
Remove dusts in the air, and keep smoke from exceeding the allowable degree of concentration.
(4) Air flow:
To disperse properly the air regulated in temperature, humidity and the degree of purity into indoor, make an
appropriate air flow and keep uniformaly the temperature/humidity condition of room unit.

Satandard for feeling comfortable

Classification

Summer

Winter

Temperature

21 ~ 28C

20 ~ 24C

Relative humidity

30 ~ 30%

30 ~ 60%

Air flow

0.2m/s or less

0.2m/s or less

2) Principle of cooling Air-Conditioner


Sprinkling with water in summer cause to cool surroundings because water absorbs the heat of surroundings
Gasifying a liquid (R-22) which is easier to evaporate than water cooler because water evaporates at 100C under
1 atmosphere but freon gas (R-22) does a very low temperature of -40C.
It is an Aircon that the principle is used for
(1) Elements of Aircon
Cooling

Cooling + Heating(Heat pump)

1 Compressor

1 Compressor

2 Condensor

2 Condensor

3 Evaporator

3 Evaporator

4 Expansion valve

4 Expansion valve
5 4Way valve

(2) Principle of operating


Cooling

Indoor

Outdoor

Expansion
valve

Cooled
Air

Evaporator

Condensor

Hot discharged Air

Room Air

Outside Air

1 The low pressure freon gas is compressed in


compressor and flow into condensor.
2 In condensor freon gas emits the heat by forcedconvection fan and liquified by cooling.
3 Liquid passed through the expansion valve is spouted
in evaporator.
4 Liquid in evaporator absorbs the heat from room air by
forced-convection fan and flowed into compressor as a
gasified state.
5 This circulation repeats (1~4)

Compressor

Heat pump: Convert the flow of refrigerant (freon


gas) upon Coooling/ Heating by 4way valve.

Indoor

Heat pump: Convert the flow of refrigerant (freon


gas) upon Coooling/ Heating by 4way valve.
In colling operation, the flow of freon gas is same
as above, (4Way valve:electrically power off)
The flow of freon gas
1 2 3 4 5

Outdoor

Expansion
valve
4

Cooled Air

Heat Exchanger
(evaporator)

Heat Exchanger
(Condensor)

Hot discharged Air

Room Air Outside Air

Compressor
Compressor
5

4Way valve

Indoor

In Heating operation, the flow of freon gas is


reverse-operate completely by 4 way valve.
(4way valve: electrically power ON)
The flow of freon gass
1 2 3 4 5

Outdoor

Expansion
valve

Hot discharged Air

Heat Exchanger
(Condensor)
3

Heat Exchanger
(evaporator)
Room Air

Cooled Air

Outside Air

Compressor
Compressor

4Way valve

2. REFRIGERANT CYCLE
1. REFRIGERATING CYCLE
Room Air Conditioner
(Cycle of refrigeration)

Service valve
Service valve

2. THE PRINCIPLE OF REFRIGERATING CYCLE

Hot discharged Air

Compressor

Absorbing

Condensor

Capillary

Evaporator

Emission

Low press
Gas

Compression

(Mid. Temp)

High Press
Gas

(Hi. Temp)

Liquification

Cooledd Air

High Press
Liquid

(Hi. Temp)

Expansion

Low press
Liquid

(Low. Temp)

Evaporation

Low press
Gas

(Mid. Temp)

flThe role of each cycle


1) Compression:
The gasified refrigerant evaporated is absorbed into compressor through the suction pipe, and the compressed by a
piston in cylinder and turned into a gas of high temperature and high pressure which is able to be liquified in a room
temperature.

2) Liquification:
The gas of high temperature and high pressure in compressor is cooled by air in condenser and liquified by a
condensing heat.

3) Expansion:
With passing through the capillary tube, the high pressure refrigerant liquified in condenser turns into a low pressure
condition, which is easy to evaporate.

4) Evaporation:
The liquid refrigerant of low temperature and low pressure passed though the capillary tube absorbs the room air heat
in evaporator and evaporates into a gas.

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3. INSTALLATION
1. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Select the location

Check and Caution

1. Check the Environment


2. Check the capacity of transport
3. Decide after the customers agreement
4. Check the power capacity

OK
YES

Set Return

Check and Caution

1. Caution of damage.
2. Keep the minimun space for service.
3. Check the accessory and tools

OK
YES

Refrigerant pipe and


Drain pipe connections

Check and Caution

1. Check the piping hole


2. Select the distance in pipe length
3. Vaccum and Air pauge
4. Decide the refregerant suplement refill
5. Check the leakage

OK
YES

Wiring

Check and Caution

1. Check the power of Aircon


2. Install a leakage braker
3. Check the power capacity
4. Check the location of earth

OK
YES

Test running

Check and Caution

1. Check the power source


2. Check the leakage
3. Check the pressure
4. Check the running current

OK
YES

Insulation and Final Work

Check and Caution

OK
YES
END

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1. Check the construction of drain part


2. Check the insulation
3. Check the operating of set
4. Explain to customer

2. TOOLS REQUIRED
2-1 Tools
Hand drill

Ruler, knife

Assembly, disassmbly

Indoor istallation
Plate fixing

Ruler: Length &


distance measurement.
Knife: Tape cutting

Core drill
(diameter 70mm)

Monkey spanner
(300mm):2EA

Torque wrench

Wall through

Indoor/Outdoor pipe
connection

Indoor/outdoor
pipe connection

Screw driver

Gas leak detector


& soup water

Leak inspection
Hook meter (for current
measuremement)

Thermometer

Temperature
measurement at Indoor
suction inlet/discharge
outlet.
Insulation resistance
meter

Insulation resistance
measurement (Electric
Current, voltage,
shock prevention)
resistance measurement

Clamp meter

Thermometer

Drive torch

Mega tester

Clamp meter

Hex. wrench (Large


side:4mm, 5mm)

Service valve
operating
Flare tool set

Pipe cutting, Burr


removal

2.2 Accessory
Connection cable

Winter cover

anti-vibration rubber

Band

Adhesive

Drain hose

Indoor-Outdoor
wire connection

Outdoor protection
in a unusedseason
like winter

Vibration absorption
of outdoor

Wire & pipe


finishing

Finishing

Drainage

Putty

Vinyl tape

Remocon fixture

Fixture clamping
screw

Remocon

Chaging of wallthrough
hole

Wire & pipe finishing

Remocon hanger

Refrigerant pipe(for
high/low pressure)

Refrigerant circuit
connection to
Indoor/Outdoor.

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Remocon fixture
fixing

3. INSTALLATION
3-1. SELECTION OF THE BEST LOCATION
Decide installation place with the customers agreement.

3-1-1. Indoor unit installation place


Select a place where the circulation of suction air and discharge air will be so good that the room temperature is
uniform sufficiently considering air arrival distance during cooling.
In selecting indoor unit installation place, select a place where can ensure the minimum space indicated by the product
specification for service and cooling efficiency.
Avoid following place
1) A place where there is a danger of inflammable gas leakage.
2) A place where there is a danger of electromagnetic interference.-hospital, etc
1. Install where a side of electromagnetic wave radiation transmitter does not face the main body of unit directly.
2. In order to avoid noise effect, keep more than 3-m minimum distance from the devices of transmitting
electromagnetic wave.
3) A place where there is a lot of oil or steam. (kitchen, cooking place, machine plant)
If installed in this place, as oil contacts heat exchanger, there is a great possibility of a frost generation in a poor
heat exchanger, a deformation and a damage of resin parts, and a corrosion of heat exchanger.
4) A place where there is a lot of moisture.
Be easy to frost a product during cooling.
5) A place where organic material is used.
6) A place where cannot hold the weight of the products.
7) A place where is not easy to drain.
8) A place where is difficult to acquire service space.

3-1-2. Outdoor unit installation place


In selecting outdoor unit installation place, select a place where can ensure the minimum space indicated by the
product specification for service and cooling efficiency.
Avoid following place
1) A place where discharging air turns toward neighbors window.
2) A place where operation sound of outdoor unit is transmitted to neighbor.
Take into consideration that there is no damage to neighbor in the bound of neighbor.
3) A place where is difficult to acquire service space.
4) A place where is not easy to discharge air.
5) A place where there is a heat source near the outdoor unit.
6) A place where a strong wind may blow straightly against outdoor unit.
7) A place where sunlight shine the unit directly. (If so, an awning must be built separately.)
8) A place where the wall of an apartment or a building is not stable. (If not stable, falling outdoor unit can damage
human life or property.)
9) A place where salty air or phosphoricacid chloride gas can be reached.

3-1-3. Remote controller


A place where there is no obstacles-curtain, etc-to disturbs a signal transmission of remote controller.
A place where there is no direct sunlight or heat source around it.
A place where separate more than 1-m from TV, radio, wireless phone, luminescent light, etc.
If the neon lamp is near the product, it may not operate for electromagnetic interference.
Protect them from neon lamp.
Caution) Refer the installation manual before the installation, because there can be special articles for the
products.

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3-2. SET RETURN


Transportation Method
1) Please convey indoor and outdoor unit to the installation place in packing state as possible.
2) Please take care to convey indoor and outdoor unit with no shock.
3) Please do not use service valve with the use of carriage.
4) Please do not carry front of the indoor unit on the back.
Can be damaged and deformed the side of grill.

3-3. Refrigerant pipe and drain pipe connections


3-3-1. Refrigerant pipe connections
Working procedure
Pipe design pipe manufacture pipe connection air purge gas leak check additional refrigerant charge
(In case of exceeding the standard pipe length, 5-m)

1. Precautions in pipe design


Refrigerant pipe design affects deeply the efficiency of airconditioner, and wrong pipe constructions can be a cause of
airconditioners failure.
Please refer to attached management explanation and service manual in the main body of unit about standard pipe
specification of airconditioner product classification, tolerance of pipe length, tolerance of high and low difference, and
an amount of additional refrigerant, etc,
Keep in mind the followings on pipe connections indoor and outdoor unit.
1) Please use pre-defined pipe diameter and thickness.
2) Additional charge is required according to the excessive length.
Before the shipment, this airconditioner is filled with the rated amount of refrigerant including additional amount
required for air purging, subject to 5m-pipe length.
Aircon Classification

Split Type

Package Type

Air pauge amount

50g

200g

3) Please select the best short distance in pipe length.


4) Please reliably fix pipe support.
5) Please install oil trap per 10m to observe gas in case of vertical axis piping.
6) Please high and low difference between indoor and outdoor unit is slight as possible in order not to exceed
tolerance range.
7) Please take a special care of pipe management to protect dust, moist, and scales by sealing the end of pipe with
cap or tape.
8) Please seal the end of pipe when go through the passing parts of the wall etc. and work.
9) Please take care of the end of the pipe not to touch ground when pipe is placed on the ground directly.
10) After pipe manufacturing, Remove burrs in the downward of the pipe.
CAP or VINYL

Band

CAP or VINYL

Pipe
Burr removal

Band

No touch!

Dust and refuse will insert in the pipe

Burr will insert in the pipe

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11) On raining day, please take a special care to pipe-work.


12) Please not to install unnecessary trap in order to protect the staying of refrigerating oil, refrigerant inside of inlet
gas pipe. Avoid the way gloving figure in case of crossing the axis as ceil side. In case of shortage of refrigerant
be a cause of refrigerating oil.

Indoor
Unit

axics

Indoor
Unit

Pipe

13) In case of installing gas pipe horizontally, work downward slanted 1/250 (length 5m to 2mm downward) in the flow
direction in order to be easy for refrigerant to flow.
14) Please keep the temperature of the gas pipe necessarily.
If you tie with liquid pipe to keep temperature, compressor efficiency will be low because gas pipe overheating is
great.
Vinyl tape

Wire

Gas pipe
Liquid pipe

Insulation material

15) Because outlet operation temperature is over 80C, insulate necessarily a place where men, animals, and plants
can contact.
In case that water pipe is short, it may not insulate, but as flash phenomenon can be brought to external
temperature, be desired to keep temperature.
16) Please work to install the bit necessarily in case that refrigerant pipe is under ground.
Please install the copper panel or concrete cover on the bit not to be pressed on upper-side pipe.
If bit is not installed, expansion and stress for temperature change may cause to cut or leak it.
17) Refrigerant pipe through part can be absorbing the change of temperature and vibration in order to prevent
refrigerant leakage under the following picture.

Wall

Hanger

Cover
Tube

Floor

Sleeve
Protection pin

Wall

Bit
(Work to install the bit)

(Work to install the hanger)

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2. Pipe manufacturing
Before manufacture indoor/outdoor refrigerant pipe, decide method of refrigerant pipe connection. Use the simple
and speedy method of flare connection in case that pipe diameter is less than 3/4. And connection method in the
below picture is a method to connect flare nut with flare too set.
For pipe diameter more than 3/4, to be desired to braze cross other copper pipe after enlarge the pipe.
1) Flare manufacturing
Using tool

Pipe cutter

Enlarger

Enlarger bar

a. Please cut the


pipe with pipe cutter.
90

Slant

Burr

Pipe

b. Remove burrs from cut edges of pipes.


Caution: If burrs are not removed, they may cause gas leakage.
If scales enter the pipe, they may cause a freezing malfunction.

Reamer

c. Insert the flare nuts, flare the pipe

Inclined

Out Diameter

A(mm)

6.35mm

1.3

9.52mm

1.8

12.7mm

2.0

Surface damaged

Cracked

Uneven thickness

Nominal diameter

1/4

6.35

8.3~8.7

3/8

9.52

12~12.4

1/2

12.7

15.4~15.8

5/8

15.88

18.6~19

3/4

19.05

22.9~23.3

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2) Brazing manufacturing
(Units:mm)
a

Capillary

0.05~0.1

10~15

1/4~3/8

0.1~0.15

6~10

1/2~11/8

0.15~0.2

10~20

3) The methed of banding refrigerant pipe

Rolling
Press down

More than R50mm

Refrigerant pipe use connection pipe.


Insulate reliably refrigerant pipe 2-pieces as form dew or it may cause a malfunction.
(Please use polyethylene with insulates plate.)
Hold the tubing with your two hands closely and then bend or stretch it slowly not to make any crack.
Keep in mind that the bending part should not be cracked, and make the radius as long as possible.
(Over R 50mm)
In case of unfolding, roll with pressing the end of it. (Refer to the below picture)

4) Material of refrigerant pipe


Copper tube or steel tube can use Freon refrigerant pipe, but at actual place considering work and durability, is
using copper non-connection tube widely.
Air-conditioning phosphor deoxidization copper tube (C1220T-OL)
(Units:mm)
Pipe diameter

6.35

9.52

12.7

15.86

19.05

22.2

25.4

28.6

31.8

35

Thickness

0.8

0.8

0.8

1.0

1.2

1.2

1.2

1.2

1.5

1.5

INCH

1/4

1/2

1/2

5/8

3/4

7/8

9/8

5/4

11/8

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3. Pipe connection
If paste refrigerating oil on the contacting side of flare, there is an effect of protecting gas leakage.
Align the center of the pipe, rotate and tighten the flare nut with fingers, and tighten the flare nut with torque wrench in
the below picture.

Liquid side

Gas side

Pipe
Union

Nut

Caution) if fastened by excessive force, flare part become destroyed

Liquid Side
Gas Side

Pipe Size

Torque(kg.m)

6.35

1.5~2.0

9.52

3.1~3.5

12.7

5.0~5.5

15.88

7.0~7.6

Connection torque: using 30Cm-monkey spanner, fastening


with 10Kg-force, toque is 300KgCm, the number of
multiplication of distance and force

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4. Air purge
On pipe connection, discharging air in pipe is air purge, do purge air necessarily, because it may cause pressure
rising, operating energy loss, compressor overheating, cooling efficiency drop.
Before the shipment, our products are filled with the additional refrigerant for air purge. On installation, Air purges the
indoor unit and pipe by using refrigerant of the outdoor unit.

Open the cap of the valve B & A


Outdoor unit
Gas
side

Liquid
Open the stopper of valve B by 45C, close the stopper
after 10sec.(At this time, tools using control the pipe,
exclusive L-wrench.)

Check the leakage of pipe connection portion.


flare nut
Stopper
Close the connection tube portion, If no leakage,
proceed *.
If it is required to repair for gas leakage, after
discharge the refrigerant gas and repair the part of
leakage, vacuum again and charge refrigerant.

Cap
Needle valve cap

Indoor Unit

* Open needle cap of the valve A, by pressing needle


valve during 3 sec, discharge gas, and repeat 3 times
in this order.

Liquid side

Open completely the stopper of the valve B & A.

Gas side

Service valve
at liquid side

Close the each valve cap.

Service valve
at gas side
Outdoor Unit

Check the gas leakage.

Caution) open the valves coke till it cannot rotate by stopper.


Fasten reliably the valve cap with tools of spanner, etc.
Use 4mm L-wrench to close or open the valve coke.

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Work method of air purge according to pipe length.


Method

Condition

Air purge-using Refrigerant in the units

Length of pipe

Amount of air pauge


10m

200g

Air purge using vacuum pump

Length of pipe > 10m

200g

Air purge using refrigerant bombe

Length of pipe > 10m

200~500g

Ref) As air purge amount is different from products, Refer to installation manual of the products.
1) Air purge-using refrigerant in the unit.
Working order is the same as the above mentioned.
2) Air purge using vacuum pump
Working order is the same as follows.
First. Connect the pipe of indoor and outdoor units. (At this time service valve is all closed in gas side and liquid side.)
Second. Vacuum pump operator till the gauges pressure is to 76CmHg.
Third. after close 1, wait during 3-4min and check that pressure gauge is changed.
If that is changed, check connections part and prevent refrigerant leakage in advance.
Fourth. Open completely gas side and liquid side service valve with hexagonal wrench.

Low
High
pressure pressure

Pressure guage
Vaccum Pump
Open

Close

Outdoor Unit
Indoor Unit

Gas Side

Liquid Side

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3) Air purge using refrigerant bombe


Working order is the same as follows.
First. Connect the pipe of indoor and outdoor units. (At this time service valve is all closed in gas side and liquid
side.)
At this time, connect loosely flare nut 4. (Can rotate by fingers)
Second. Open 1, 3 and discharge air in the tube. Transparent air comes out and white gas is started to
discharge. After 3 seconds at that time, close 1, 2, 3.
Third. Open completely gas side and liquid side service valve with hexagonal wrench.

Low
High
pressure pressure

Pressure guage
Open

Close

Outdoor Unit
Indoor Unit

Gas Side

Liquid Side

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5. Leak Inspection
Please check the leakage of the connection parts by using leak detector and soup water.

Indoor Uint connection

Leak Detector

Outdoor Unit Connection

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6. Additional refrigerant charging


When measure the pressure with lack of the refrigerant, measure the pressure with manifold gauge after connecting to
valve.
In case that the pressure is less than the standard, add the refrigerant as the following method.
If the refrigerant contains too excessive refrigerant, liquid refrigerant will down the product quality.

Preparation of manifold gauge


Check that three valves is attached properly.
Check that left side (low pressure), right side (highpressure) handle is closed completely.
Check that there is a pin at the end of low pressure hose.
Low
pressure
(1) Connect the middle hose of the pressure gauge to gas
cylinder, open the Gas side service valve of the gas
cylinder. (At this time, do not turn gas cylinder over.)

Pin

High
pressure

Close

Close

Connect to valve
(2) Open the low-pressure sided valve of the pressure
gauge, discharge air in the hose. After 2-3sec. release
the low part cap of the Gas side service valve and
connect the low-pressure sided hose(blue) to this place.
Close the low-pressure sided valve after full connection.

Red
Blue
Liquid side

Yellow

In holding state, the low pressure becomes different


according to the ambient temperature of the outdoor unit.

(3) operate airconditioner in cooling mode(fan speed/strong)

In case of proper refrigerant, pressure is about to 0 at first,


10min later the pressure is stable in 4-5kg/cm2 .
(The pressure can be changed according to the room
temperature and humidity.)

service
valve
Gas Side

Construction of Gas side service valve


Pipe

(4) In case of lower pressure than that, turn over


refrigerant gas cylinder.

Outdoor unit
Spindle

(5) Loose the low-pressure valve of the pressure gauge


during 2-3sec. And close again and wait during 4-5sec.

(6) Till the pressure become 4-5kg/cm2 , repeat (5) work.

(7) After close the refrigerant gas cylinder, remove the


hose of the low-pressure side, and close the cap of the
valves in original state.

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Hose of Low pressure

Precautions in charging refrigerant


Before connect the hose of the pressure gauge to airconditioner, work necessarily (1), (2).
Do not encloses a lot amount of the refrigerant at once.
As the above message is the explanation of additional injection of the refrigerant.
When charge first after repairing the refrigerant cycle, vacuum sufficiently inside of the airconditioner and then charge
refrigerant.
When charge the additional refrigerant, after operate necessarily in cooling mode (strong).
In case that that is not a cooling mode, the low-pressure side can be changed.)
Charging Additional refrigerant per length
Quantity of

Reference

Pipe

Heat

refrigerant

Diameter

Length

[kcal/h]

[g]

(D)

(L)

DSB-070L

1,800

800

12.7

5m

Increase

20g/m

5m

Decrease

-17g/m

DSB-091L

2,270

1000

5m

Increase

20g/m

5m

Decrease

-17g/m

DSB-121L

3,000

1200

5m

Increase

20g/m

5m

Decrease

-17g/m

DSA-151L

3,550

1250

5m

Increase

20g/m

5m

Decrease

-17g/m

DSB-181L

4,280

1150

5m

Increase

20g/m

DP-130E

4,500

2000

DP-130H

4,500

2000

DP-150E

5,100

2200

DP-171M

6,100

2200

DP-170H

6,100

2200

DP-200M

7,100

2100

DP-310M

9,600

3600

DH-400M

12,500

3800

Package Room Aircon

Split Room Aircon

Model

Name
Gas Pipe
Liquid Pipe
Gas Pipe
Liquid Pipe
Gas Pipe
Liquid Pipe
Gas Pipe
Liquid Pipe
Gas Pipe

6.35
12.7
6.35
12.7
6.35
12.7
6.35
12.7

Added refrigerant
per length

Liquid Pipe

6.35

5m

Decrease

-17g/m

Gas Pipe

15.88

5m

Increase

40g/m

Liquid Pipe

9.52

5m

Decrease

-37g/m

Gas Pipe

15.88

10m

Increase

40g/m

Liquid Pipe

9.52

10m

Decrease

-37g/m

Gas Pipe

15.88

8m

Increase

40g/m

Liquid Pipe

9.52

8m

Decrease

-37g/m

Gas Pipe

15.88

10m

Increase

40g/m

Liquid Pipe

9.52

10m

Decrease

-37g/m

Gas Pipe

15.88

10m

Increase

40g/m

Liquid Pipe

9.52

10m

Decrease

-37g/m

Gas Pipe

15.88

10m

Increase

40g/m

Liquid Pipe

9.52

10m

Decrease

-37g/m

Gas Pipe

15.88

10m

Increase

40g/m

Liquid Pipe

9.52

10m

Decrease

-37g/m

Gas Pipe

19.05

10m

Increase

80g/m

Liquid Pipe

12.7

10m

Decrease

-77g/m

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7. Vacuum Method
The purpose of vacuum is to remove air and moisture in the refrigerant system.
It is important to vacuum in the system. Air and moisture in the system may cause Pressure-rising, operating energy
loss, compressor deterioration and freezing.
In case that there is no remaining refrigerant in the tube because of leakage and repairs, vacuum by opening the gas
side and the liquid side service valve.
After the pipe connection of indoor and outdoor, must vacuum the tube after close the liquid side and the gas side
service valve.
If vacuum is made completely, start directly to charge refrigerant in order not to be intruded by open air.
And in case that required to discharge refrigerant for after-service, discharge slowly and do vacuum in order not to
discharge refrigerating oil of the compressor.

Low pressure

High pressure

Pressure guage
Open

Open

Vaccum pump

Outdoor Unit
Indoor Unit

Gas Side
Compressor

Liquid Sige

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8. Pump down
In order to prevent discharging refrigerant in moving or repairing, gathering the refrigerant of indoor and pipe inside
is pump down.

Operate airconditioner in cooling mode (compressor must


be operated.)
<Outdoor Unit>
Liquid side service valve

(1) Disclose the caps of the liquid side service valve and
the gas side service valve.

(2) Rotate the spindle of the gas side service valve rightsided and closes completely by using L-wrench.

(3) About 2 min. later, rotate right-sided and close


completely the spindle of the gas side service valve

(4) Stop the airconditioner

Gas side service valve

Do required works.

Operation states of the service valve


1The closing state before the shipment

A-B
A-C

Close

B-C

Open

2the mid-state in suctioning air

A-B-C

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Open

3the opening state in normal operation

A-B

Open

A-C
B-C

Close

3-3-2. Drain pipe (hose) connection


Drain hose is necessarily slanted outdoors
Drain hose must be slanted downward in order for good flow of condensing water.

less than
5m

Hose is higher
than unit

The end of hose


is getting
into water

The end of
hose is being
crooked.

The gab of the


ground is small

water
spout

The end of hose


is being in a water
spout

The connection
pant of hose is
being crooked

Arrangement of the drain hose


(Check as the following items about the drain hose.)
1. Is drain hose downward of others through the hole?
2. Isns drain hose higher than drain hole because of loosing the hose?
3. Does water come out when pour water into condensing water rest?

Indoor Pipe
Indoor Unit
Connection Cable
Drain Hose

Caution) As condensing water can overflow in bad insulation of drain part and drain hose connection of the
airconditioner, Make sure to insulate connection part necessarily.

In case that extension hose (drain hose) is in the room, please insulate the exterior of the hose.

Insulation

Hose extension pant

Indoor

Outdoor

Indoor drain hose

extension hose

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Hose(general purchase)

3-4. Power supply and wiring construction


3-4-1. Precaution before the work
1) Check that source voltage is rated voltage.
2) Check that power capacity is sufficient to operate the airconditioner.
3) Have an individual power specialized for airconditioner.
4) Equip a suitable leakage braker for power capacity.
5) Provide a circuit braker switch between power source and units.
6) Do not cut and connect the power code, that is a great danger.
7) Make sure it is not connected to ac power before wiring to protect from electric cause.

3-4-2.wiring of indoor and outdoor


1) On wiring of indoor and outdoor, match the number of terminal block and the terminal number of connection cable.
2) Connection cable can be short as possible by using specified cables (components).
3) If wiring of indoor and outdoor is not correct, it may cause the trouble.
4) Refer to installation manual according to the characteristics of the product about the others.

3-4-3. Earth work


1) method of earth work
In case of using already established earth
In case of using exclusive earth terminal

Cable using in installing


aircon(more than 1.6mm2 or
nominal surface area over
2mm2)
Terminal for earth

Electrical resistance:
below 100(past equipment)

In case of using earth of a switch board


Cable using in installing
aircon(more than 1.6mm2 or
nominal surface area over
2mm2)
Switch board

Electrical resistance:
below 100(past equipment)

In case of using extraordinary earth pipe


Carbo pipe or copper pipe

copper wire

Nominal surface area over 2mm2 viny/wire(blue)

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Press terminal (M4 screw)

2) Procedure of earth work


Please do earth work completely in orders as the following table.
Order
1

work
selection of earth
location

explanations
suitable place
1.a place where be always moist.
2.mud is better than sand
unsuitable place
1.a place where be underground
establishment (gas pipe, water pipe,
inlet pipe, underground cable)
2.keep the space over 2m between
earth for a lightening conductor and
earth wire

Burying earth pipe

In case of having a burial tools


1.Bury the earth pipe on ground surface
2.Bury over 20Cm deeper by using the
burial tools

cautions
Avoid sand ground, pebble ground
for a high earth resistance
Do not use publicly the earth for
phone
Fix completely earth line in case of
burying where passers-by are a lot.

earth pipe

earth pipe

burial
tool

in case of having no burial tools


1. dig the hole as the figure and bury
the earth pipe
2. bury wholly the earth pipe with clay
3

Arrange earth line

In case of extension of short earth line,


adhere the insulation and wrap with
tape
Fix the earth line unscramble with
stemple

Check and examination

Check that the earth resistance with


earth ohmmeter is satisfied to the
specified value after installation work.
In case that the earth resistance is not
the standard value, can be the standard
value by burying the earth pipe deeper
or adding the earth pipe.

Connection of earth
pipe and airconditioner

Connect reliably Earth line and earth


terminal of outdoor unit.

Never contact in a great


danger of connecting
the earth line to the
following place

TV antenna, gas pipe, aluminum sassy,


flower base, water pipe ( earth using
water pipe can be use as earth polar in
case of less than 3% resistance, but
take an approval of water administer in
advance)

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Use vinyl cable that thickness is


diameter 1.6mm or
Nominal surface area is over 2mm2 ,
blue

check reliably connection part

check reliably
connection part

In case of being unable to avoid,


take an approval of specialist in
advance and then do it.

3-5. Test running


Check that source voltage is correct to the rated value.

cheoked voltage is within 10% of the


rated voltage

Operate in cooling mode for more than 20min. and then measure the temperature of in/out air in the indoor unit of the
room , check that the difference of the temperature is more than 80C.
Measure the difference of the temperature
8C

Suction part

discharging part

Check that service valve (gas-liquid side) is open before test running.
Do not test run by pressing harshly electronic contacting device.
Check that vibration, leakage and shocking exist.
Check s place where operation is unstable or overheating.
Check whether there is an obstacle in air inlet of indoor and outdoor unit.
Check that earth wire is fixed reliably.

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3-6. Insulation and final construction


Finish work correctly so that rain water do not come into the room
wrap from the bottom to the top by tape

drain hose

connnection pipe

connnection cable

1.Dragin hose has to be installed under the pipe, not to be loose for hose.
-Before installation, check if drain hose is separated from the products.
(When that is separated, water flow into the room, so fit into the product reliably.
2. Take care that pipes does not come out in the back of the indoor unit.
3. In case there is a pipe (copper pipe) exposed in indoors, make dew and fall into the room, exposed pipe is
required to insulate sufficiently.
4. In case of bending the pipe, bend it not to make any crank for copper pipe as big radius (more than 100mm)
as possible.

Wrap the connection part with insulation plate.


Block strongly the hole of the wall.
Wrap from the bottom to the top with finishing tape.

band

Wrap the connection part of the pipe with insulate


plate,
Tie tightly both ends to have no gap with two bands
insulation

vinyl tape

Take care that indoor and outdoor connection cable and power cable has not to be contacted gas side service valve
and pipe without insulation plate.

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3-7. Checking and conveyance


Check the following items after complete installation
Appearance

checking items

There is vibration, noise, trembling, etc.

is the indoor unit mounted securely?

Bad cooling

does the gas leak?


Are there any obstacles in air inlet of indoor and outdoor unit?

Water falling

insulates the pipe sufficiently?


Isnt there the drain hose higher than the drain hole?
Does condensing water flow smoothly?

Unstable operation

are all cables compatible to the standard value?

Or overheating

is the source voltage correct to the rated value?

Generation of electric leakage

does the ground wire earth certainly?

Please explain airconditioner function, cleaning the filter to customer.

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4.MOVING METHOD
Refer to it on house moving and movement of the installation place.
1) Do pump down (refer to details of pump down)
2) Disconnect the power cord.
3) Disconnect connection cable from indoor and outdoor unit.
4) Remove the flare nut for pipe connection from indoor unit.
At this time, wrap the pipe and tube of indoor unit with cap or vinyl envelope, etc so that scales do not enter it.
5) Disconnect connection pipe from outdoor unit
At this time, wrap the pipe and tube of indoor unit with cap or vinyl envelope, etc so that scales do not enter it.
6) To prevent middle part of connection tube from bending or cracking, wrap in the proper size, and then preserve
and move it with cables.
7) Move indoor and outdoor unit to specified place.
8) Dissolve the indoor plate from the wall, and then move the place to install.
<Note> About pressure of the refrigerant cycle.
If an actual temperature is low, the pressure become low.
If the amount of refrigerant is insufficient, the pressure become low.
Dust is attached to the filter of indoor unit, the pressure of the low pressure part become low for decreasing amount of
the wind
By blocking the air suction of outdoor unit, decreasing amount of the wind make an operation of OLP.
- In case of becoming low in low pressure part:
evaporator an suction pipe is freezing.
- In case that the refrigerant is too much:
If aircon operates in a low actual temperature, evaporator and suction pipe is freezing.
- In case that the refrigerant is too small: overheating compressor operates overload.

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4. WINDOW ROOM AIRCONDITIONER


1.GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
ITEM

DWB-070C

Function
Power source

DWB-091C

DWB-121C

Cooling only
V / Hz

AC 220 ~ 240V / 50Hz

Btu/h

7,300

8,600

11,700

Kcal/h

1,840

2,170

2,950

Btu/hw

9.67

9.30

9.92

Kcal/hw

2.44

2.35

2.49

Pts/h

2.02

2.49

3.30

g/h

920

1,130

1,500

Power Input

755

925

1,180

Running Current

3.2

4.1

5.2

Cooling Capacity

Energy Efficiency Ratio

Dehumidification

Electrical Data

Type
Compressor

Fan Motor

Rotary

Model

QB134PL12A

QK164PN12C

QK196PN13A

Capacitor

25F/400VAC

30F/400VAC

35F/400VAC

Model

A9525TS401

A9525TS602

A2925CA070(DMI)/OBM2501P2(OS)

Capacitor

2F/400VAC

3F/400VAC

5F/400VAC

Indoor-Fan

Blower-Fan

Outdoor-Fan

Propeller-Fan

Control
Refrigerant (R-22)

Charge Amount (g)


Unit(W x H x D)

Dimensions

Packing(W x H x D)
Net Weight (Kg)

Weight

Gross Weight (kg)

Capillary
380

480

730

23.6(W)x14.9(H)x21.0(D)Inch
600(W)x380(H)x535(D)mm
26.1(W)x18.1(H)x22.6(D)Inch
21.3(W)x17.9(H)x21.7(D)Inch / 540(W)x455(H)x550(D)mm 663(W)x460(H)x573(D)mm
18.5(W)x14(H)x18.9(D)Inch / 470(W)x358(H)x480(D)mm

63 lbs (28.5Kg)

65 lbs (29.5Kg)

90.2 lbs (39.8Kg)

66 lbs (30Kg)

68 lbs (31Kg)

97.5 lbs (43Kg)

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2. MAJOR COMPONENTS
DWB-070C / DWB-091C

3
4

9
0

1
5

2
7

3
4

1
5

DWB-121C

3
10
7
11

NO

PART NAME

NO

AIR FILTER

BLADE HORIZENTAL

GRILL FRONT

AIR VENT

CABINET

FRAME GUIDE TOP

BLADE VERTICAL

10

FRAME WINDOW KIT

KNOB THERMOSTAT

11

SHUTTER WINDOW

KNOB SELECTOR

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PART NAME

3. WIRING DIAGRAM
DWB-070C / DWB-091C

BK

WH

AC115V/60Hz

(BL)

(BR)

SELECTOR SWITCH

HiFAN

GN

LO- OFF LO- HiFAN


COOL COOL

BL

(Lo)

YW

(Hi)

BR

F.M
CAPACITOR

O.L.P

GY

BR

COMP

OR

THERMOSTAT
R

OR

RD

DWB-121C

SELECTOR SWITCH
HIGH MED LOW LOW MED
OFF COOL COOL COOL FAN FAN
1

GRN(GRN/YEL)

WHT(BLU)

YEL

RED

GRY

BLU

THERMOSTAT
SWITCH

DLK(BRN)

O.L.P
BLK
R

COMP

YEL

WHT

S
H
C
F

RED
ORG
BLK(BRN)

CAPACITOR

FAN
MOTOR

BLU
L

GRN(GRN/YEL)

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4. FUNCTION OF MAIN COMPONENTS


1. ROTARY SWITCH (SELECTOR)
Please refer to the part of selector in the chapter 9 (Wiring Diagram).
The rotary switch (selector) controls the fan motors rotation speed, and has five positions.
The function of the five position is as follow.
OFF: This position stops all operations of the air
conditioner.
HIGH COOL: This position provides the maximum air
flow for rapid cooling, dehumidifying and
dust removing operations.
(Use this position on sultry summer days.)

SELECTOR
OFF
LOW
FAN

LOW
COOL

HIGH
FAN

LOW COOL: This position provides the minimum air flow


for quiet cooling, dehumidifying operations.
(Use this position on suitable for night-time.)

HIGH
COOL

DWB-070C / DWB-091C

HIGH FAN: This position provides the maximum air fiow


alone fan operation without cooling
operation.
LOW FAN: This position provides the minimum air flow
air flow alone fan operation without cooling
operation.

DWB-121C

2. THERMOSTAT (TEMPERATURE CONTROL)


The Thermostat automatically starts and stops operation in order to keep the room
temperature at a proper level, and this results in efficient use of power and economical
cooling.

THERMOSTAT

Turn clockwise for a cooler room temperature.


Turn counter-clockwise for a warmer room temperature.

COOLER

3. MOTOR
The motor is used to rotate the indoor and outdoor fan so that the room air can be recirculated.

4. FAN
BLOWER FAN: The Blower draws hot air from the room through the Evaporator and then discharges it back into the
cool air. It circulates the room air.
PROPELLER FAN: The propeller draws outdoor air through louvering and cools Condenser, and then blows the hot
air out.

5. CAPACITOR
The Capacitor enlarges the difference of phase between main coil and sub coil so that the Compressor and Fan Motor
starts well.

6. ACCUMULATOR
The Accumulator blocks the unflow of liquid refrigerant and impurities into the Compressor.

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5. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE


TROUBLE
Fan motor and
compressor do not
run

SITUATION
1. Power failure

ANALYSIS

CAUSE

REMEDY

1) Power plug

1) Power failure

Consult your electric company

2) Circuit breaker

2) Circuit breaker is tripped

In case of a breaker, turn it on


and off a few times

Replace the power plug

Repair or replace the


receptacle

Replace the cord or lead wire

Replace the compressor or


connection wire

Replace

Repair or replace

Turn knob for cooler setting

Repair or replace the swtting

Repair

Repair or replace

Replace

Repair

Consult your electric company

Check the capacity of wire

Ventilate well and remove the


heat source

3) Power plug is not contacting

2.Power is supplied,
but the equipment
does not run

1) receptacle

Disconnection

2)Operation switch

Mechanical failure of switch

3) Cord or lead wire to


the switch

1) Disconnection
2) Malfunction of contact

Switch is in cool
position but the
compressor does not
run

1. Not operating at all

Disconnection or burned-out

1) Compressor

2) Thermostat

1) Failure
2) Malfunction
3) Knob is not set to the proper
setting
Failure of malfunction of proper
setting

3) Selector switch

4) O.L.P

1) Disconnection
2) Malfunction of contact
Lack of capacity
Disconnection

5) Capacitor

2. Compressor

1) The voltage exceeded allowed


range (220V-240V)

1) Electricity

2) Capacity of wire is not


sufficient
2) Room temperature
and
outside
temperature

Extremely high

Burned-out

Replace

3) Compressor

Malfunction

Replace

4) O.L.P

Lack of capacity

Replace

1) Thermostat

Malfunction

Replace

2) Capacitor

Lack of capacity

Replace

3) O.L.P

Malfunction

Replace

5) Capacitor
3. Frequent start and
stop

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TROUBLE

SITUATION

The compressor runs


but the motor doesnt
run

Both fan motor and


compressor are
running but cooling is
bad

ANALYSIS

CAUSE

Blocked by others

Repair

Disconnection or burned-out
electric cord

Replace the fan motor

Failure malfunction of contact

Replace

Disconnection of malfunction of
contact

Check the circuit

1) Refrigerant system is choked

Repair

2) Compressor failure

Repair

3) Leakage of refrigerant gas

Recharge refrigerant gas

1) Refrigerant system

1) Refrigerant system is choked

Check and repair refrigerant


system

2) Filter

2) Compressor failure

Replace

3) Heat exchanger of
condenser

3) Leakage of refrigerant gas

Check a part of Leakage and


repair

Repair and recharge

Clean the air fiter

Clean the unit

1) Fan
2) Fan motor
3) Capacitor
4) Fan motor circuit

Not cooling at all

Insufficient cooling

REMEDY

Refrigerant system

4) Refrigerant charge is too high

Clogged up with dust

1) Fin is cogged up with dust


2) The ventilation is not good
Shade the unit from the
sunlight
Remove the added heat
source

3) The unit is exposed to the


sunlight
4) Other heat source is added in
the room
Vibration & Noise

Install the unit perfectly

1) Fan is contacted with


obstacles

Remove obstacles

2) Fixing bolt

Tighten the bolt

1) Installation place

2) Fan

Installation of the unit is


imperfectly done

3) Fixing screws
4) Electric
components

Have a screw loose

Tighten the screw

Electrical noise

Exchange the components

The front is lower than rear


side

Make rear side of the unit lower


than the front

Water leakage into


room

Installation condition

Electric shock
(Leakage of current)

Insulation of
components

1)Insulation defect of wiring and


lead wire

Check the units Leakage of


current.

2) Leakgae of current due to the


dew or rust

Replace the defective parts or


components

39

6. HOW TO DISASSEMBLE
Please refer to the chapter (Exploded diagram and parts list).
1

Before service of

1. Stop the unit, remove the power cord from the receptacles.

any part.

2. Move the unit to the safe location for the suitable work.

Assy Fan Motor

1. Remove Front Grill

- Fan Motor

- Remove Filter Pre.

- Propeller Fan

- Remove screw in Front Grill. (DWB-070C/091: 1 point, DWB-121C: 2 point)

- Blower Fan

2. Remove Cabinet from the unit.


- Remove screws from the units sides.
(DWB-070C/091C: 8 point, DWB-121C: 2 point)
3. Remove holder scroll. (DWB-121C)
4. Remove Scroll upper.
5. Remove Plate Scroll (DWB-070C/091C)
- Remove screws (3 point) from Plate Scrolls sides.
6. Remove Assy Control Box
- Remove screws (DWB-070C/091C: 3point, DWB-121C: 4 point).
- Remove wires in the each components.
7. Remove wires in the Panel Housing.
8. Remove screws from Assy Fan Motors sides.
(DWB-070C/091C: 7 point, DWB-121C: 4 point)
- Assy Fan Motor is assembly of Fan Motor, Propeller and Blower Fan,
Orifice and Panel Housing.
9. Lift the Assy Fan Motor from the unit.
10. Remove hex-nut (DWB-070C/091C: hex-nut 2 point, DWB-121C: CI:P Fan
2 point)from the shaft of Fan Motor.
11. Remove Propeller Fan from the shaft of Fan Motor.
12. Remove Blower Fan from the shaft of Fan Motor.
13. Remove Fan Motor from Panel Housing.
- Remove screws (4 point).

Assy Control Box

1. Same as the procedure 1 to 5 in the Item 2.

- Rotary Switch (selector)


- Thermostat
- Capacitor
- Power Cord
4

O.L.P

1. Same as the procedure 1 to 2 in the Item 2.


2. Remove Terminal Cover from Compressor.
- Remove hex-nut (1 point).

40

7. EXPLODED DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST.


DWB-070C, DWB-091C PARTS LIST
NO.

CODE

3100300700

PAN BASE

PP+T30% or PP+CACL3(40%)

3106002400

COMP BOLT

M8XP1.25XL57

3106600400

SCROLL LOWER

2221040001

SEALING PUTTY

0.05

3100049100

COMPRESSOR

QB134PL12A, 220V-50HZ

DWB-070C

3100049400

COMPRESSOR

QB164PN12C, 220V-50HZ

DWB-091C

GROMMET

EPDM 45

COMPONENTS

QTY

SPECIFICATION

EPS
GRAY (PGE000901)JOINT SEALER

7400208411

WASHER PLAIN

M8(ID8..4XOD22XT1.6)

7392801211

NUT LOCK

M8XP1.25 (RIGHT SCREW)

9
10
11
12
13
14
15

REMARK

3100029400

ASSY CONDENSOR

2RX1CX17S

DWB-070C

3100049700

ASSY CONDENSOR

3RX2CX17S

DWB-091C

7112401611

SCREW TAPPING

T1 TRS 4X16 MFZN

3104414400

PIPE COND IN

C1220T-OL. OD7.94XT0.7

DWB-070C

3100049800

PIPE COND IN

C1220T-OL. OD7.94XT0.7

DWB-091C

3100034310

ASSY PIPE CAPILLARY

DWB-070C

3104414610

PIPE CAPILLARY

C1220T-0, ID1.6XL1,100

DWB-070C

3104401400

PIPE CAPILLARY

C1220T-0, ID1.0XL400X2

DWB-091C

3100029300

ASSY EVAPORATOR

2RX2CX12S

DWB-070C

3100049600

ASSY EVAPORATOR

3RX2CX13S

DWB-091C

3100034500

ASSY PIPE EVA OUT

DWC-070C

DWB-070C
DWB-091C

310005000

ASSY PIPE EVA OUT

DWC-091C

16

3100034400

ASSY PIPE EVA IN

DWC-070C / DWC-091C

17

3100034600

ASSY PIPE SUCTION

DW-070C

18

7112401611

SCREW TAPPING

T1 TRS 4X16 MFZN

3108003300

MOTOR FAN

A9525TS401, 220V-50Hz

DWB-070C

3108003500

MOTOR FAN

A9525TS602, 220V-50Hz

DWB-091C

3104201500

PANEL HOUSING

SGCC Z-27

21

3101402400

COVER ORIFICE

PP

22

7S432X4081

SCREW TAPTITE

TT3 TRS 4X8 SE MFZN

23

7122401211

SCREW TAPPING

T2S TRS 4X12 MFZN

24

3101801820

FAN BLOWER

ABS 8

25

3106000600

WASHER PLAIN

M6(ID6.4XOD19.8XT1.6)

26

3106000500

NUT HEX(R)

M6(RIGHT SCREW)

27

3101801910

FAN PROPELLER

ABS+GF20% 8

28

3106000600

WASHER PLAIN

M6(ID6.4XOD19.8XT1.6)

29

3106000400

NUT HEX(L)

M6(LEFT SCREW)

30

3100700600

BUSHING GUIDE

NBR(HS 605)

31

3103800400

LOCK TWIST STANDOFF

DASTL-3NA

32

3100700900

BUSHING HOUSING

NBR(HS 605)

33

3100504000

BOX CONTROL

SGCC T0.8X332X270P REGULLAR-SP.

34

5S10503100

S/W ROTARY

DAESUNG SRB 315-4-7D, 5-STEP

35

7001400611

SCREW MACHINE

M/C PAN 4X6 MFZN

36

5SM0101600

THERMOSTAT AS

PFA 602D-06B

19
20

41

NO.

CODE

COMPONENTS

QTY

SPECIFICATION

REMARK

3109502100

CAPACITOR

2/25F, 370/400VAC

DWB-070C

3106900900

CAPACITOR

3/30F, 400VAC

DWB-091C

38

3101201600

CLAMP CAPACITOR

SGCC T0.8X113XCOIL REGULLAR-SP.

39

7S432X4081

SCREW TAPTITE

TT3 TRS SE 4X8 MFZN

40

3101396120

POWER CORD

KKP-550A(AUSTRIA, ARGENTINA)

41

7S432X4081

SCREW TAPTITE

TT3 TRS SE 4X8 MFZN

42

7S432X4081

SCREW TAPTITE

TT3 TRS SE 4X8 MFZN

3103524300

LABEL CIRCUIT

P.E T0.05

DWB-070C

3103524400

LABEL CIRCUIT

P.E T0.05

DWB-091C

44

3100701100

BUSHING COVER

45

3102702100

HARNESS ROTARY S/W

AWG-16UL(BR)

46

3108502900

SEAL CONTROL BOX

F-US, 258X264XT5(D/G)

47

3102702000

HARNESS COMP ASSY

AWG-16, UL(BR/RD/OR)

OVER LOAD PROTECT

MRA12012-12003

DWB-070C

OVER LOAD PROTECT

MRA98776-12026

DWB-091C

37

43

48

0.4

DACB-008(L=300)

49

GASKET

SILICON

50

COVER TERMINAL

PC

51

NUT(HEXAGON GLANGE)

HEXACON FLANGE

52

3108502700

SEAL EVA TOP

F-US, 350X40XT5

53

3104504800

PLATE SCROLL

PP+T30

54

3108503800

SEAL SCROLL

F-US, 115X60XT5(D/G)

55

7122401211

SCREW TAPPING

T2S TRS 4X12 MFZN

56

3106600300

SCROLL UPPER

EPS

57

3108502800

SEAL COND TOP

F-US, 400X30XT10

58

3100034900

CABINET ASSY

DW-070(STOP WELDING)

59

3100603400

BRACKET CABINET

DW-070

60

3104505600

PLATE WINDOW TOP

SECC T1.2X82.5X466.5(GY-258D)

61

7S432X4081

SCREW TAPTITE

TT3 TRS SE 4X8 MFZN

62

3108503100

SEAL CABINET TOP

F-US+F-PE(470X155XT10/2)

63

3108503200

SEAL CABINET SIDE(L)

F-US(310X90XT5)

64

3108503400

SEAL CABINET SIDE(R)

F-US(310X155XT5)

65

3108503000

SEAL CABINET FLANGE

F-US(540X10XT5)

66

7112401211

SCREW TAPPING

T1 TRS M4X12 POLY/WAS MFNI

67

3102401900

GRILLE FRONT

ABS

68

3108503700

SEAL FRONT(C)

F-US(80X20XT30)

69

3108503500

SEAL FRONT(A)

F-US(600X20XT10)

70

3108503600

SEAL FRONT(B)

F-US(420X20XT10)

71

3106501100

BLADE

PP

72

3101600400

DECO FRONT

PC T0.4

73

7122401211

SCREW TAPPING

T2S TRS 4X12 MFZN

74

3100035200

ASSY KNOB

DW-070

75

3101901800

FILTER PRE

ABS+MESH#32

42

DWB-070C EXPLODED DIAGRAM

43

DWB-091C EXPLODED DIAGRAM

44

DWB-121C PART LIST


No.

CODE

COMPONENTS

QTY

3102402400

GRILL FRONT

HIPS

3103400700

KNOB

HIPS

3101600600

DECORATE FRONT

PC FILM

3101902100

FILTER PRE

HIPS

3106501800

BLADE VERTICAL

HIPS

3106501700

BLADE HORIZENTAL

PP

3108503600

SEAL GRILLE

FUS

3108100900

PAN BASE

SGCC T1.0

3107400800

ASSY EVAPORATOR

350X330.2(9.52 2R2C)

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

10

3104421100

PIPE EVA IN

C1220TO OD9.52

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

11

3100063600

PIPE EVA OUT AS

C1220TO OD9.52

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

12

3104421700

PIPE EVA OUT 1

C1220TO OD9.52

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

13

3104423100

PIPE SUNCTION

C1220TO OD12.7

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

14

3100061600

PIPE CAPILLARY AS

C1220TO ID1.6 L800

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

3100061610

PIPE CAPILLARY AS

C1220TO

DWA-150C/CS(ONLY)

3107101190

COMP AS

LGQK164CN12DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

COMP AS

LGQJ196KC23

DWA-150C/CS(ONLY)

15

SPECIFICATION

REMARK

16

3104425800

PIPE DISCHARGE

C1220TO OD7.94

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

17

3100063500

PIPE COND OUT AS

C1220TO OD7

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

18

3100063400

PIPE COND IN AS

C1220TO OD7

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

19

3106800300

ASSY CONDESOR

515X341.5 (7 3R2C)

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

3106800310

ASSY CONDESOR

515X341.5 (7 3R2C)

DWA-150C/CS(ONLY)

19-1

3108504300

SEAL COND TOP

FUS

DWC-121C/CS(ONLY)

20

3101202800

CLIP FAN

SK-5

21

3101802600

PAN BLOWER1

ABS

22

3101404100

COVER MOTOR

EPS

23

3104202000

PANEL HOUSING

SGCC T1.0

24

3102000500

FIXTURE RUBBER

NBR

24-1

3100000010

BUSHING GUIDE

NBR

25

3108005100

MOTOR FAN

DAEWOO MOTOR (AM 12DWD11)

26

7007501211

SCREW HEX

SX12MFZN

27

3101802700

FAN PROPELLER

ABS + GF20%

28

3102201100

WINDOW KIT FRAME(L)

HIPS

29

3102201000

WINDOW KIT FRAME(R)

HIPS

30

3100604200

PLATE WINDOW TOP

SGCC T1.2

31

3100801400

CABINET AS

SGCC T0.8

32

3100604300

BRACKET WINDOW LOWER

SGCC T0.8

33

3100604500

BRACKET SILL

SGCC T1.6

45

DWA-150C/CS(ONLY)

No.

CODE

COMPONENTS

QTY

SPECIFICATION

34

3106600600

SCROLL LOWER

EPS

35

3103700100

LEVER VENT

PP

36

3103700100

WASHER VENT

PP

37

3104600100

RING VENT

NBR

38

3107000100

CLIP THERMO

ABS

39

5SM0101700

THERMOSTAT AS

PFA 602GF

40

5S10405100

SWITCH ROTARY

SR6B41610D

41

3101300600

POWER CORD

MP 231 250V/10A

42

3109503300

CAPACITOR

400VAC 5/35F

43

3101201600

CLAMP CAPACITOR

SGCC T0.8

44

3966031000

MOTOR SWING

200/220V 50/60Hz

45

3100508500

BOX CONTROL

SGCC T0.8

46

3106600500

SCROLL UPPER

EPS

47

3103002800

HOLDER SCROLL

SGCC

48

3104409300

PIPE RUBBER BUTYL

49

3102708800

HANESS COMP AS

UL101516,BLK,RED,WHT

50

3103200500

CAP DRAIN

ABS

46

REMARK

DWB-121C EXPLODED DIAGRAM

47

5. SPLIT ROOM AIRCON


1.GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
ITEM

DSB-070L

DSB-070LH

DSB-091L

DSB-091LH

Cooling

Cooling & Heating

Cooling

Cooling & Heating

Function
Class
Power

AC 220~ 240V/ 50Hz

AC 220~ 240V/ 50Hz

AC 220~ 240V/ 50Hz

AC 220~ 240V/ 50Hz

2,051

2,051 / 2,051

2,637

2,637 / 2,637

Btu/h

7,000

7,000 / 7,000

9,000

9,000 / 9,000

l/h

0.89

0.89

1.15

1.15

Running Current

2.9

3 / 3.2

4.2

4.0 / 4.2

Power Input

680

676 / 693

920

910 / 940

Starting Current

18

18

21

24

Rotary

Rotary

Rotary

Rotary

QB 125PL 12B

QB 134PL 12B

QBB090A001

25F / 370VAC

25F / 400VAC

25F / 370VAC 30F / 370VAC 30F / 450VAC 35F / 400VAC

Capacity

Dehumidification

Electrical
Data

Type
Compressor Model
Capacitor

Fan
Motor

RBB100A001

QK 185PN13B

Indoor Unit

Outdoor Unit

Indoor Unit

Outdoor Unit

Indoor Unit

Outdoor Unit

Indoor Unit

Outdoor Unit

Type

Cross flow fan

Propeller fan

Cross flow fan

Propeller fan

Cross flow fan

Propeller fan

Cross flow fan

Propeller fan

Capacitor

1.0F 400VAC

1.8F 400V

1.0F 400VAC

1.8F 400V

1.0F 400VAC

1.8F 400V

1.0F 400VAC

1.8F 400V

Motor Model Number


Refrigerant
(R-22)

QK 164PN12F

IC-8417DWKF5A IC-9625DWLF5A IC-8417DWKF5A IC-9625DWLF5A IC-8417DWKF5A IC-9630DWLF5A IC-8417DWKF5A IC-9630DWLF5A

Control
Charge Q'ty

Capillary

Capillary

Capillary

Capillary

800

900

1,000

1,150

Flare

Flare

Flare

Flare

Type
Connection
OD(Liquid/Suction) in(mm)

1/4 (6.35)

Dimensions (W x H x D)

mm 750x245x174

Net Weight

kg

7.0

1/2 (12.7)

1/4 (6.35)

1/2 (12.7)

1/4 (6.35)

1/2 (12.7)

1/4 (6.35)

1/2 (12.7)

654x549x256

750x245x174

654x549x256

750x245x174

654x549x256

750x245x174

654x549x256

34

7.0

34

7.0

34

7.0

34

48

MODEL
ITEM
Function

DSB-121L

DSB-121LH

Cooling

Cooling & Heating

DSA-151L

DSA-181L

DSB-181L

Cooling

DSB-181LH
Cooling

Heating

Class

Power

AC 220~ 240V/ 50Hz

AC 208~ 230V, 60Hz AC 208~230V, 60Hz AC 220~240V, 50Hz

AC 220~ 240V/ 50Hz

3,507

3,654 / 3,946

4,300

5,100

5,100

5,110

5,400

Btu/h

12,000

12,500 / 13,500

15,500

17,500

17,500

15,500

18,500

l/h

1.53

1.6

1.98

2.3

2.3

2.2

Running Current

5.7

7.0 / 6.5

6.6

8.3

9.8

10.8

11.5

Power Input

1.250

1,500 / 1,410

1,450

1,785

1,950

2,050

2,230

Starting Current

34

37

42

44

46

Rotary

Rotary

Recipro

Rotary

RCA150A001

ECB185211A

CRDQ-0200-PFJ

2JS350D6BA02

Capacity

Dehumidification

Electrical
Data

Type

Rotary

Compressor Model

RCB120A001

RCB150A001

25F / 400VAC

35F / 400VAC

30F / 400VAC

Indoor Unit

Outdoor Unit

Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit

Indoor Unit

Outdoor Unit

Type

Cross flow fan

Propeller fan

Cross flow fan Propeller Fan

Cross flow fan

Propeller fan

Capacitor

1.0F 400VAC

3.5F 400V

1.2F 400VAC

1.2F 450VAC

3F 370VAC

Capacitor

Fan
Motor

Motor Model Number


Refrigerant Control
(R-22)
Charge Q'ty

IC-8428DWKG7C IC-9430DWLC5B

IC-9425DWKH6A

Capillary
g

IC-9425DWKC5A IC-9425DWKC5A

Capillary

1,300

1,060

Type

IC-9425DWKH6A

35F / 370VAC

1,250

Flare

1,450

AM12DPD04

Capillary
1,150

1,320

Flare

Flare

Connection
OD(Liquid/Suction) in(mm)

1/4 (6.35)

1/2 (12.7)

1/4 (6.35)

925x285x194
Dimensions (W x H x D)

Net Weight

mm

kg

1/4 (6.35)

1/2 (12.7)

1,035x322x205

800x615x277

12.1

51.9

1,035x322x205 (Indoor)

666x552x264
(Before)

654x549x256
(After)

9.7

34

800x615x277 (Outdoor)
43

49

44

55.8

2. STRUCTURE & PARTS OF NAME


1) OUTLINE DIAGRAM OF INDOOR UNIT
DSB-070L/LH, DSB-091L/LH
Plate Mounting

Connecting Pipe
REMOTE CONTROLLER

750

REMOCON

Grille Insert
Frame Grille
Body

Plate Mounting
245

174

DSB-121L/LH
Connecting Pipe

406

Plate Mounting

REMOTE CONTROLLER

REMOCON

925
Plate Mounting
Body
Frame Grille

285

Grille Insert

Filter - L

Filter - R

194

DSA-151L/DSA-181L/DSB-181L

fi

453
1035

`fi

322

205

50

2) OUTLINE DIAGRAM OF OUTDOOR UNIT


DSB-070L/LH, DSB-091L/LH, DSB-121L/LH
Inlet

Cabinet Side

256

Inlet

Foot
Outlet

Panel Top

Handle

Cabinet Front

549

Outlet

654

Service Valve

Foot Cushion

DSA-151L/DSA-181L/DSB-181L/DSB-181LH
Inlet

Inlet

277

Panel Top

367

Cabinet

Handle

Outlet

615

Discharge
Grille

800

Foot

Service Valve

51

Guide Support

3) STRUCTURE & PARTS OF NAME


(1) INDOOR UNIT
DSB-070L/LH, DSB-091L/LH
Deodorizing Filter
Electrostatic Filter

Air Inlet

Lamp
Fan Direction
(Up, Down)

Antibacterial Filter

Remote Controller
Receiver

Power Plug

Air Outlet

REMOTE CONTROLLER

Remote Controller

Indoor Unit Display

Switch Panel

Remote Control Signal Receiver


This place is the part to receive the signal if it
receive the signal, you can hear the signal beep.
beep. beep.

EMR. REMOCON

ON (Red)
Lights when the
operation is going on.
Air clean (Green)

There is a switch panel at inside of Front


Panel. At the time of operating, open the
Front Panel.

Timer (Yellow)
Lights during the time
reservation mode.

Emergency switch can be used when the remote


controller is lost or Testing.
Remote switch is usually used by remote
controller.

Quick (Red)

52

DSB-121L/LH
Electrostatic Filter

Air Inlet

Deodorizing Filter

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Antibacterial
Filter

Air Outlet

Fan Direction
(Up, Down)

Power Plug

Remote
Controller
Receiver

OTE

REM
ER

OLL

NTR

CO

Lamp

Remote Controller

Indoor Unit Display

Switch Panel

Remote Control Signal Receiver


This place is the part to receive the signal if it receive the
signal, you can hear the signal "beep, beep".
EMERGENCY

REMOTE

There is a switch panel at inside of Front


Panel. At the time of operating, open the
Front Panel.
ON

AIR CLEAN

QUICK

TIMER

ON (Red)

Timer (Yellow)

Lights when the


operation is
going on.

Lights during the time


reservation mode.

Air clean (Green)

Emergency switch can be used when the remote


controller is lost or testing.

Remote switch is usally used by Remote


Controller.

Quick(Red)

53

DSA-151L, DSA-181L, DSB-181L/LH


Deodorizing Filter
Removes bad
smells from the air.
(Option Filter)

Electrostatic Filter
Removes dust
particles from the air.
(Option Filter)

Emergency/
Remote Switch

Air In

Slide to select
the desired position.

Indoor Cover

Sensor Wire

Air Cleaning
Filters

Remote Sensor

Removes dust
and prohibits
germs.

Indicators
Indicate the
AC setting.

Fan Direction
(Up/Down)

AIR OUT

Fan Direction
(Left/Right)
.

MP

TE

/OFF

ON

DE

MO

EE

R.

SL

N DI

FA

SE

EE

RE

N SP

LCD Remote Controller

Indoor Unit Display

EL

NC

R CA

FA

TE

ER

TIM

EN

OF

ON

Power Plug

Switch Panel

Remote Control Signal Receiver


This place is the part to receive the signal if it receive
the signal, you can hear the signal beep. beep.
EMERGENCY

REMOTE

Timer
Quick
Airclean
ON

There is a switch panel at inside of Front Panel.


Timer (Yellow)
Lights during the time
reservation mode.
Quick (Red)
Lights during the
time Quick
Mode.

ON (Red)
Lights when the
operation is going on.

At the time of operating, open the Front Panel.


Emergency switch can be used when the remote
controller is lost or Testing.

Air clean (Green)

Remote switch is usually used by remote controller.

54

(2) OUTDOOR UNIT


DSB-070L/LH, DSB-091L/LH, DSB-151L/LH
Air Inlet (Side Back)

Connection Wire

Connecting Pipe

Drain Hose

Air Outlet

DSA-151L, DSA-181L, DSB-181L/LH


AC Cover
Remove cover to access the AC connection
from this unit to the indoor unit.

AIR IN

Connection Wire
Drain Hose
COPPER TUBING
AIR OUT
Service Valves
The indoor and outdoor
units are connected by
copper tubes which are
connected here.
Grounding Screw
Ground the unit here.
Ground Wire (Not supplied)
55

(3) EACH BUTTON OF REMOCON

Display
Displays information
pertaining to unit.

AUTO

ON/OFF Button
Press to turn the unit
on or off.

FAN SPEED Button


Press to select the fan speed
(High " ", Middle " ",
Low " ").
MODE Button
Press to cycle through the modes
(Auto/Quick/Cooling/Fan/Dry)
SLEEP Button
Press to set the unit for
the sleep mode.

TEMPERATURE Buttons
Press to raise or lower
the desired temperature.
FAN SPEED

MODE

SLEEP

FAN DIR.

FAN DIR.
TIMER

ON/OFF

ENTER/
CANCEL

FAN DIR. Button


Press to select up/down
direction for fan.
FAN DIR.
Button
Press to select left/right
direction for fan.

TURBO/MILD

TURBO/MILD
Press to be colder the unit.

TIMER ON/OFF Button


Press to set the unit of or on time.
(0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8,
10, 12, 16, 20, 24hr)
TIMER ENTER/CANCEL Button
Press to enter a timer setting or
to cancel timer setting

COVER
Slide down to access most
of the remote buttons.
Slide down further to
access the battery
compartment.

56

(4) REMOTE CONTROLLER DISPLAY


DSB-070L, DSB-091L, DSB-121L
MODE Indicators (Auto/Quick/Cool/Fan/Dehumidifier)
Lights to indicate the mode selected.

AUTO
FAN Indicators
Lights to indicate
the fan speed.

FAN DIRECTION Indicators


Lights to indicate the
fan direction.

NATURAL Indicator
Lights to indicate the
speeds simulating a loreeze.

TIMER Indicators (Include sleep)


Lights to indicate the timer function mode.
TEMPERATURE & RESERVATION TIME lndicator
Lights to indicate the temperature or time.

DSB-070LH, DSB-091LH, DSB-121LH


MODE Indicators (Auto/Quick/Cool/Fan/Dehumidifier/Heat)
Lights to indicate the mode selected.

AUTO
FAN Indicators
Lights to indicate
the fan speed.

FAN DIRECTION Indicators


Lights to indicate the
fan direction.

NATURAL Indicator
Lights to indicate the
speeds simulating a loreeze.

TIMER Indicators (Include sleep)


Lights to indicate the timer function mode.
TEMPERATURE & RESERVATION TIME lndicator
Lights to indicate the temperature or time.

DSB-181LH

DSA-151L/DSA-181L/DSB-181L

MODE Indicators (Auto/Quick/Cool/Fan/Dehumidifier/Heat)


Lights to indicate the mode selected.

MODE Indicators (Auto/Quick/Cool/Fan/Dehumidifier)


Lights to indicate the mode selected.

AUTO

AUTO
FAN Indicators
Lights to indicate
the fan speed.

FAN Indicators
Lights to indicate
the fan speed.

FAN DIRECTION Indicators


Lights to indicate the
fan direction.

FAN DIRECTION Indicators


Lights to indicate the
fan direction.

NATURAL Indicator
Lights to indicate the
speeds simulating a loreeze.

NATURAL Indicator
Lights to indicate the
speeds simulating a breeze.

TIMER Indicators (Include sleep)


Lights to indicate the timer function mode.

TIMER Indicators (Include sleep)


Lights to indicate the timer function mode.

TEMPERATURE & RESERVATION TIME lndicators


Lights to indicate the temperature or time.

TEMPERATURE & RESERVATION TIME lndicators


Lights to indicate the temperature or time.

REPLACING BATTERIES

Put the drycell by ]^


direction.

Open the cover after


pressing the arrow
direction and pulling out.

Close the cover after


pushing into arrow
direction.

MOT

RE
E

RE

CO

ER

LL

RO

ER

NT

LL

CO

RO

NT

MOT

57

3. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
DSB-070L, DSB-091L, DSB-121L

OUTDOOR UNIT

INDOOR UNIT
I/D SENSOR
TRANS

BLUE

BLU

BLU

CAPACITOR
YELLOW/GREEN

YEL/GRN

YEL
BRN

FAN
RED

BROWN

BRN

RED

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

23

COMP
1
1
2
3

BLU
YEL/GRN
BRN

BRN

RED
PINK
BLU
ORG
YEL

YEL

BLK

ORG
RED

C
HERM

BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK

WHT
BLU
RED
GRN
YEL
GRY
BRN
BLK

BLU

COMPRESSOR

2
BLK

OUTDOOR
TERMINAL
BLOCK

BRN

BLK

FAN MOTOR

RED

LED PCB

1 2 3 4 5

R
FAN MOTOR
CAPACITOR
BLU

INDOOR
FAN MOTOR

BLK

SWING
MOTOR

YEL/GRN
POWER CORD

DSB-070LH, DSB-091LH, DSB-121LH

OUTDOOR UNIT

INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR
SENSOR

OUTDOOR
SENSOR

TRANSFORMER

1
Y

BROWN

WHT

BLU

BLUE

Y
BLU

CAPACITOR
YELLOW/GREEN

YEL/GRN

YEL
BRN

FAN
RED

BROWN

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

23

1
COMP
1
1
2
3

BLU
YEL/GRN
BRN

BRN

RED
PINK
BLU
ORG
YEL

YEL

BLK

HERM

ORG
RED

BRN

O/D FAN

BLU

COMPRESSOR

4WAY
1

1 2 3 4 5

BLK

FAN MOTOR
CAPACITOR

BLU

FAN MOTOR

YEL/GRN
POWER CORD

58

SWING
MOTOR

BLK
BLK

BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK

BLK

WHT
BLK
BRN
RED
YEL
GRN
BLU
GRY

BLUE

BLK

RED

4WAY

BLK

BLK

BRN

BLK

FAN MOTOR

INDOOR
TERMINAL
BLOCK

RED

LED PCB
OUTDOOR
TERMINAL
BLOCK

DSB-181LH

DSA-181L/DSB-181L

59

4. SELF DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

Is the unit
display
mormal?

YES

NO

NO

check the failure


code according to
the self-diagonostic
(note 2)

Is the
unit display
normal?
YES

Outdoor unit does


not run?(note. 1)
YES

Does
the compressor run
normally?
YES
Indoor unit does
not run(note 1)
YES
Check the failure
code according to
the self diagnostic
(note 2)

NO

NO

Normal

check the
connecting
point of
magnetic
contactor

NO

Trouble

Is the power
applied to the
unit
YES

Is the
power normal?
check the voltage between
L & N of terminal
block
YES

press the power ON/OFF


button on remote controller
YES

Does the
beeper beep two
times?
YES

Is the display
all off?
YES

Check the connector on display


PCB connected to control PCB
Check the display PCB itself

NO

NO

NO

Check power supply mains


or interconnection wires

Check the wiring of indoor

Is the
switch position
on switch pannel at
"Remote"

YES

NO

Check the remote signal receiver


Check the connection between signal
receiver and control PCB

Place the switch


position to the
"Remote" and then
Check it once
more

60

Note 1)
1. Neither indoor unit nor outdoor unit runs.
Check the following points first. (There are following case in normal operation)
a. Is the timer mode set the timer ON.
b. Is the timer mode set the timer-OFF and the time had passed?
2. Neither outdoor fan nor compressor runs while indoor fan runs.
Check following points first. (There are following cases in normal operation)
a. Is the temperature set point suitable?
b. Has the 3 minutes time guard for compressor operated?
Note 2)
Please refer to page 16, Self Diagnostic-function.

Self-Diagnostic Function
1) Error Code 1 (DSA-151L/DSA-181L/DSB-181L Only)
1. Check the connector of room air thermistor. (or connecting wire)
2. Check soldering of connecting on control P.C.B. (Error of soldering or short)
3. Check the resistance of room air thermistor.
2) Error Code 3 (Display Emergency mode)
1. When the compressor do not run.
i) Check the voltage between L and Y of terminal block.(Indoor Unit, Outdoor Unit)
ii) Check connecting wire of indoor unit and outdoor unit.
iii) Check relay KI on power P.C.B.
2. Check fixing of indoor coil thermistor.
3. Check the GAS LEAKAGE of the pipe.

61

Neither Indoor Unit nor Outdoor Unit Runs


Confirm following statement.
When the unit operate normally, Sometimes the outdoor unit and indoor unit cannot operate.
1. Check the function select switch. Is it timer mode?
2. The function select switch locate the sleep mode and is the setting time over?
3. Is the setting mode DEHUMIDIFIER mode?
4. When the unit is DEHUMIDIFIER mode while in the auto mode, the outdoor unit and indoor unit does not run.
The power is applied to the unit
Rating voltage

Check the voltge between L and


Y of terminal block

under 90%

Check the
Breaker or Fuse

Rating voltage more than 90%


No

Check the indoor unit display


is the display all off?

Self Diagnostic
function is ON
Yes

Yes
No

Press the ON/OFF switch of


Remote Control
Is the indoor unit display all off?

Check according to
self Diagnostic function
Control P.C.B defect

Pull out the power plug and then insert


the power plug after 5 second
Control P.C.B is normal
Recheck from the beginning

Outdoor Unit Runs but Indoor Fan Do Not Run


NO

Check the Fan Motor


bearing and fan

YES
Check input Voltage of Fan
Motor connector at power P.C.B

Rating voltage

Check the power P.C.B.


The circuit for triac control

Check the winding resistance of


Indoor unit fan motor

Open or short

Change of fan motor

No

Normal

Check rotation of indoor fan


Rotate indoor fan by hand

under 90%
Rating Voltage more than 90%

Normal
Check the fan motor capacitor
Check the connecting wire of
indoor fan motor
Run again
Check the starting of indoor fan motor
Run again
62

No

Outdoor Fan and Compressor Do Not


Confirm following statement.
When the unit operate normally, Sometimes the outdoor unit and indoor unit cannot operate.
1. Is the setting temperature proper?
2. Is the unit during 3min. Time delay of compressor.
3. During frost prevention of lndoor unit.
4. During dehumidifier mode.
Check the voltge between L and
Y of indoor unit terminal

Rating voltage

Check the voltge between L and


Y of outdoor unit terminal

Rating voltage

under 90%

under 90%

Check the wiring


and voltage
within doors

Check the
connecting wire

Check compressor,
outdoor fan motor individually

Only Compressor Do not Run


- Check the following at cooling mode
Rating voltage

Check the voltge between L and


Y of indoor unit terminal

less than 90%

Check the control P.C.B


the circuit for relay
driving.

Rating voltage more than 90%


Rating voltage

Check the voltge between L and


Y of outdoor unit terminal

less than 90%

Check the connecting


wire between indoor
and outdoor.

Rating voltage more than 90%


Check the wiring of outdoor unit

Check the compressor


(Check the winding resistance)
OK
Check the compressor capacitor

63

NG

Change the control


P.C.B

Open or Short

Change the
compressor.

5. DISASSEMBLING METHOD
1) INDOOR UNIT
DSB-070L, DSB-091L
PROCEDURES

PHOTOS

1. Stop the Air conditioner and disconnect the power cord from the wall
outlet.
Fig 1
2. Removing the Insert Grille and Frame Grille. (Fig 1~2)
1. Draw up the Insert Grille and remove it.
2. Loosen one screw for fixing the Cover Terminal Block.
3. Loosen two screw at the Frame Grille.
4. Remove the Frame Grille.

3. Removing the Control Box. (Fig 3)


1. Remove room and coil thermistors.
2. Disconnect the fan motor lead wire from connection at the
Control PCB.
3. Disconnect the stepping motor lead wire from connection at the
Control PCB.
4. Remove the select switch from connection at the Control PCB.
5. Loosen a screw for fixing ground wire.
6. Remove the Control Box

4. Removing the Drain Pan. (Fig 4)


1. Disconnect the Body drain hole. (left and right Body)
2. Disconnect three hook and remove the Drain Pan.

5. Removing the Indoor Evaporator. (Fig 5~6)


1. Remove one screw for fixing indoor Evaporator at the Body.
2. Remove the hook for fixing Bracket Pipe at the back of Body.
3. Remove Indoor Evaporator.

6. Removing the Cross Flow Fan. (Fig 7)


1. Remove set screw for fixing Motor shaft.
2. Remove Cross Flow Fan.

Fig 2

Fig 3

Fig 4

Fig 5

Fig 6

7. Remove Motor IDU and Bearing Plastic.


Fig 7

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DSB-121L
PROCEDURES

PHOTOS

1. Stop the Air conditioner and disconnect the power cord from the wall
outlet.
Fig 1
2. Removing the Insert Grille and Frame Grille. (Fig 1~2)
1. Draw up the Insert Grille and remove it.
2. Loosen two special screw for fixing the Cover Ter-Block.
3. Loosen three screw at the Body.
4. Remove the Frame Grille.

3. Removing the Control Box. (Fig 3)


1. Remove room and coil thermistors.
2. Disconnect the fan motor lead wire from connection at the
Control PCB.
3. Disconnect the stepping motor lead wire from connection at the
Control PCB.
4. Remove the select switch from connection at the Control PCB.
5. Loosen a screw for fixing ground wire.
6. Remove the Control Box

4. Removing the Drain Pan. (Fig 4)


1. Disconnect the Body drain hole. (left and right Body)
2. Disconnect three hook and remove the Drain Pan.

5. Removing the Indoor Evaporator. (Fig 5~6)


1. Remove three screw for fixing indoor Evaporator at the Body.
2. Remove the hook for fixing Bracket Pipe at the back of Body.
3. Remove Indoor Evaporator.

6. Removing the Cross Flow Fan. (Fig 7)


1. Remove set screw for fixing Motor shaft.
2. Remove Cross Flow Fan.

Fig 2

Fig 3

Fig 4

Fig 5

Fig 6

7. Remove Motor IDU and Bearing Plastic.


Fig 7

65

DSA-151L/181L, DSB-181L/LH
PROCEDURES

PHOTOS

1. Stop the Air conditioner and disconnect the power cord from the wall
outlet.

2. Removing the Insert Grille and Frame.


1. Loosen three screws for fixing the the Insert Grille and Frame.
(Pull out the frame cap before loosening three screws) (Fig 1)
2. Loosen three screws at the Drain Pan.
3. Remove the Insert Grille and Frame.

3. Removing the Control Box.


After doing above procedures:
1. Disconnect indoor room and coil thermistors. (Fig 3)
2. Disconnect the fan motor lead wire from connection at the main
PCB. (Fig 3)
3. Disconnect the swing motor connection wire.
4. Loosen a screw for fixing ground wire.
5. Loosen two screws for fixing the body.

4. Removing the Drain Pan.


After doing above procedures:
1. Loosen a screw for fixing body. (Fig 4)
2. Unhook the right part of Drain Pan.

Fig 1

Fig 2

Fig 3

Fig 4

Fig 5

5. Removing the Indoor Coil.


After doing above procedures:
1. Loosen four screws for fixing indoor coil at left and right side. (Fig 5)
2. Loosen a screw for fixing the bracket tube at the back side. (Fig 6)
3. Remove the indoor coil. (Fig. 6-1)

Fig 6

Fig 6-1
6. Removing the fan motor.
After doing above procedures:
1. Loosen two screws for fixing holder moter at left and right side.
(Fig 7, 8)
2. Loosen a screw for fixing fan motor and blower.
3. Renove the fan motor.
7. Removing the blower.
After doing above procedures:
1. Loosen a screw for fixing holder bearing.
2. Remove the blower.

Fig 7

Fig 8
66

2) OUTDOOR UNIT
DSB-070L/DSB-091L/DSB-121L
PROCEDURES

PHOTOS

1.Stop the air conditioner and disconnect the wire from Indoor Unit to
Outdoor Unit.

2. Disassemble the case. (Fig 1~2)


1. Remove the Top Panel. (Loosen thirteen screw)
2. Remove the Front Cabinet. (Loosen six screw)
3. Remove the Side Cabinet. (Loosen seven screw)
4. Remove the Guide Support. (Loosen two screw)

3. Removing the Propeller Fan. (Fig 3)


1. Loosen the Nut for fixing the Propeller Fan.
2. Remove the Plain Washer.
3. Remove the Propeller Fan.

Fig 1

Fig 2

4. Removing the Motor ODU. (Fig 4)


1. Loosen four screw at Bracket Motor.
2. Disconnect the wire at Control Panel and remove Motor ODU.

5. Removing the Dual Capacitor. (Fig 5)


1. Disconnect the wire at Control Panel.
2. Loosen a screw at Clamp Capacitor.
3. Remove the Dual Capacitor.

Fig 3

Fig 4

6. Removing the Over load Protector. (Fig 6~7)


1. Loosen a Hex Nut at Terminal Cover.
2. Remove the Terminal Cover.
3. Remove the wire at Over load Protector.
4. Remove the Over load Protector.

Fig 5

Fig 6

Fig 7

67

DSA-151L/181L, DSB-181L/181LH
PROCEDURES

PHOTOS

1. Basic Procedures
1. Stop the air conditioner and pull out power plug from wall outlet.
2. Remove CABINET TOP COVER. (Loosen ten screws)
3. Remove CABINET SIDE COVER. (Loosen six screws)
4. Remove CABINET FRONT. (Loosen six screws)

2. Removing Fan Motor (Fig 4)


1. Do basic procedure. (1~4)
2. Loosen nut for fixing fan by spanner.
3. Remove spring washer and plain washer.
4. Remove fan.
5. Remove fan stopper.
6. Disconnect Motor lead wire from control box.
7. Loosen four screws for fixing Motor bracket and then remove
the Motor.

Fig 1

Fig 2

Fig 3
3. Removing Motor Capacitor and Compressor Capacitor
1. Do basic procedure.(1~4)
2. Diconnect lead wire from the Motor capacitor and compressor
capacitor.
3. Loosen two screws for fixing the capacitor bracket.
4. Remove Motor capacitor and compressor capacitor.

Fig 4

4. Removing Magnetic Contactor. (Fig 5)


1. Do basic procedure 1~2.
2. Disconnect lead wire from Magnetic Contactor.
3. Remove Magnetic contactor. (Loosen four screws)

Fig 5

5. Removing Overload Protector. (Fig 6,7)


1. Do basic procedure 1~3.
2. Remove terminal cover.
3. Disconnect lead wire from overload protector.
4. Remove overload protector.

Fig 6

Fig 7

68

3) EXPLODED DIAGRAM (INDOOR UNIT)


DSB-070L/LH, DSB-091L/LH

69

DSB-070L/DSB-091L PART LIST(INDOOR UNIT) DSB-070LH/DSB-091LH PART LIST(INDOOR UNIT)


No PART CODE

PART NAME

Q'TY

SPEC

REMARK

No PART CODE

PART NAME

Q'TY

SPEC

3100400300 BODY

HIPS T2.0

3100400300 BODY

HIPS T2.0

3108004700 MOTOR IDU

IC-8417DWKF5A

3108004700 MOTOR IDU

IC-8417DWKF5A

3101500400 CUSHION MOTOR

CR 30

3101500400 CUSHION MOTOR

CR 30

3106400400 BEARING PLASTIC ASSY

3106400400 BEARING PLASTIC ASSY

3100053700 FAN CROSS FLOW ASSY

90.0xL540

3100053700 FAN CROSS FLOW ASSY

90.0xL540

7485401012 SET SCREW

6S-4x10-E MFZN

7485401012 SET SCREW

6S-4x10-E MFZN

3103002600 HOLDER MOTOR

HIPS T2.0

3103002600 HOLDER MOTOR

HIPS T2.0

3100053800 EVAPORATOR ASSY

3100053800 EVAPORATOR ASSY

3102501200 EVAP. GUIDE

PVC T1.0 L536

3102501200 EVAP. GUIDE

PVC T1.0 L536

10 3100603800 BRACKET PIPE

HIPS T2.0

10 3100603800 BRACKET PIPE

HIPS T2.0

11 3108100800 PAN DRAIN

HIPS T2.0

11 3108100800 PAN DRAIN

HIPS T2.0

12 3106501600 BLADE VERTICAL

P.P. T1.5

12 3106501600 BLADE VERTICAL

P.P. T1.5

13 3108003900 MOTOR STEPPING

MP24GA or GSP-24SW-061

13 3108003900 MOTOR STEPPING

MP24GA or GSP-24SW-061

14 3107600400 FLAP

HIPS T2.5

14 3107600400 FLAP

HIPS T2.5

15 3101404800 COVER WIRE L

HIPS

15 3101404800 COVER WIRE L

HIPS

16 3101404900 COVER WIRE R

HIPS

16 3101404900 COVER WIRE R

HIPS

17 3100054200 LED PCB ASSY

17 3100054200 LED PCB ASSY

18 3100901600 CAP RUBBER

SILICON

18 3100901600 CAP RUBBER

SILICON

19-1 3100508400 CONTROL BOX

P.P.+G.F.20%

19-1 3100508400 CONTROL BOX

P.P.+G.F.20%

19-2 5EPV050120 TRANSFORMER

DWA-220B

19-2 5EPV050120 TRANSFORMER

DWA-220B

19-3 3106900300 CAPACITOR SH. M. B

1.0F 400VAC

19-3 3106900300 CAPACITOR SH. M. B

1.0F 400VAC

19-4 3100054400 CONTROL PCB ASSY

19-4 3100054400 CONTROL PCB ASSY

19-5 3108912300 TERMINAL BLOCK

SN-DBW-03P

19-5 3108912310 TERMINAL BLOCK

SN-DBW-05P

19-6 3104896300 SENSOR ID ASSY

PTM-KD-43C-D2

19-6 3104896300 SENSOR ID ASSY

PTM-KD-43C-D2

19-7 3102797910 HARNESS

I.D EARTH

19-7 3102797910 HARNESS

I.D EARTH

19-8 31013A24B1 POWER CORD ASSY

16A 250V

19-8 31013A24B1 POWER CORD ASSY

16A 250V

19-9 7111301611 SCREW TAPPING

T1S PAN 3x16 MFZN

19-9 7111301611 SCREW TAPPING

T1S PAN 3x16 MFZN

20 3100400400 BODY-TOP

HIPS T2.0

20 3100400400 BODY-TOP

HIPS T2.0

21 3102200800 FRAME GRILLE

HIPS T2.5

21 3102200800 FRAME GRILLE

HIPS T2.5

22 3104508700 PLATE LED

PC SHEET T0.2

22 3104508700 PLATE LED

PC SHEET T0.2

23 3104510200 PLATE SWITCH

PC SHEET T0.2

23 3104510200 PLATE SWITCH

PC SHEET T0.2

24 3101404600 COVER TERMINAL BLOCK

HIPS T2.0

24 3101404600 COVER TERMINAL BLOCK

HIPS T2.0

25 3102200900 FILTER FRAME

P.P. T2.0

25 3102200900 FILTER FRAME

P.P. T2.0

26 3102402200 INSERT GRILLE

HIPS T2.5

26 3102402200 INSERT GRILLE

HIPS T2.5

27 3101403900 COVER LED

ABS(TRANSPARENCY) T2.0

27 3101403900 COVER LED

ABS(TRANSPARENCY) T2.0

28 3104507200 PLATE MOUNTING

SBHG 1 T0.7

28 3104507200 PLATE MOUNTING

SBHG 1 T0.7

29 3101203000 CLAMP WIRE

P.P.+G.F.20%

29 3101203000 CLAMP WIRE

P.P.+G.F.20%

30 7S422X40B1 SPECAIL SCREW

TT2 TRS SE 4X12 MFZN

30 7S422X40B1 SPECIAL SCREW

TT2 TRS SE 4x12 MFZN

31 7112400611 SCREW TAPPING

T1S TRS 4X6 MFZN

31 7112400611 SCREW TAPPING

T1S TRS 4x6 MFZN

32 7141400811 SCREW TAPPING

T2 PAN M4X8 MFZN

32 7141400811 SCREW TAPPING

T2 PAN 4x8 MFZN

33 7122401211 SCREW TAPPING

T2S TRS 4X12 MFZN

33 7122401211 SCREW TAPPING

T2S TRS 4x12 MFZN

70

REMARK

DSB-121L/LH

71

DSB-121L PART LIST(INDOOR UNIT)


No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15-1
15-2
15-3
15-4
15-5
15-6
15-7
15-8
15-9
15-10
15-11
15-12
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

PART CODE
3100400201
3108001220
3101500400
3106400200
3100014400
7485401012
3100014300
3108100401
3106500800
3106300800
3100700800
3100700700
3107600300
3108000100
3100017510
3100503101
5EPV050100
3106900300
3100054400
3100054200
3108901230
3104896300
3102794000
3103400300
3100024000
3101395060
7111301611
3102200401
3103600300
3105500500
3100901000
3100900900
3100900800
3101401701
3100017800
3100017900
3100017700
3108400110
3102401500
3107500200
3100602400
3101201200
3104503900
3106001600
7S422 X 40B1

PART NAME

Q'TY

BODY
MOTOR IDU
CUSHION MOTOR
BEARING PLASTIC ASS'Y
FAN CROSS FLOW ASS'Y
SET SCREW
EVAPORATOR ASS'Y
PAN DRAIN
BLADE VERTICAL MN
BAR BLADE
BUSHING L
BUSHING R
FLAP
MOTOR STEPPING
CONTROL BOX ASS'Y
BOX CONTROL
TRANS FORMER
CAPACITOR SH.M.B
CONTROL PCB ASS'Y
LED PCB ASS'Y
TERMINAL BLOCK
SENSOR I.D ASS'Y
HARNESS
KNOB RESET SWITCH
MODE SELECT ASS'Y
POWER CORD ASS'Y
TAPPING SCREW
FRAME GRILLE
LAMP INDICATE
WINDOW SENSOR
CAP FRAME L
CAP FRAME C
CAP FRAME R
COVER TERMINAL BLOCK
FILTER ELECTRO ASS'Y
FILTER CARBON ASS'Y
FILTER PRE ASS'Y
REMOCON ASS'Y
INSERT GRILLE
EMBLEM
BRACKET PIPE
CLAMP BRACKET PIPE
PLATE MOUNTING
SPECIAL SCREW
SPECIAL SCREW

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
12
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
13

72

SPEC

REMARK

ABS or HIPS
220V 50/60Hz
CR
SAN+G. F20%
6S-4 X 10-E
ABS
ABS
ABS
POM
POM
ABS
MG28GA
P.P+G.F20%
DWA220A-50/60Hz
1.0F 400VAC
FR-1
FR-1
SN-DBW-03P
PTM-KD43C-D2
I.D EARTH
ABS
TS-11 & HARNESS
BUYER
TIS PAN 3 X 16 MFZN
ABS
MIPS
ACRIL
ABS
ABS
ABS
ABS

ABS
URETANE
HIPS
HIPS
SBHG1
T2 4 X 16 MFNI LOCKING
TT2 TRS SE 4 X 12 MFZN

DSB-121LH PART LIST(INDOOR UNIT)


No

PART CODE

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15-1
15-2
15-3
15-4
15-5
15-6
15-7
15-8
15-9
15-10
15-11
15-12
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

3100400201
3108001220
3101500400
3106400200
3100014400
7485401012
3100014300
3108100401
3106500800
3106300800
3100700800
3100700700
3107600300
3108000100
3100038210
3100503101
5EPV050100
3106900300
3100054400
3100054200
3108912301
3104896300
3102797910
3103400300
3100024000
3101395060
7111301611
3102200401
3103600300
3105500500
3100901000
3100900900
3100900800
3101401701
3100017800
3100017900
3100017700
3102401500
3107500200
3100602400
3101201200
3104503900
3106001600
7S422X40B1

PART NAME

Q'TY

BODY
MOTOR IDU
CUSHION MOTOR
BEARING PLASTIC ASSY
FAN CROSS FLOW ASS'Y
SET SCREW
EVAPORATOR ASS'Y
PAN DRAIN
BLADE VERTICAL MN
BAR BLADE
BUSHING L
BUSHING R
FLAP
MOTOR STEPPING
CONTROL BOX ASS'Y
BOX CONTROL
TRANS FORMER
CAPACITOR SH.M.B
CONTROL PCB ASS'Y
LED PCB ASS'Y
TERMINAL BLOCK
SENSOR I.D ASS'Y
HARNESS
KNOB RESET SWITCH
MODE SELECT ASS'Y
POWER CORD ASS'Y
TAPPING SCREW
FRAME
LAMP INDICATE
WINDOW SENSOR
CAP FRAME L
CAP FRAME C
CAP FRAME R
COVER TER-BLOCK
FILTER ELECTRO ASS'Y
FILTER CARBON ASS'Y
FILTER PRE ASS'Y
REMOCON ASS'Y
INSERT GRILLE
EMBLEM
BRACKET PIPE
CLAMP BRACKET PIPE
PLATE MOUNTING
SPECIAL SCREW
SPECIAL SCREW

73

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
12
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
13

SPEC

REMARK

ABS or HIPS
220V 50/60Hz
CR
SAN+G. F20%
6S-4 X 10-E
ABS
ABS
ABS
POM
POM
ABS
MG28GA
P.P+G.F30%
DWA220A-50/60Hz
1.0F 400VAC

SN-DBW-05P
PTM-KD43C-D2
I.D EARTH
ABS
TS-11 & HARNESS
BUYER
T1S PAN 3 X 16 MFZN
ABS
MIPS
ACRIL
ABS
ABS
ABS
ABS

ABS
URETANE
HIPS
HIPS
SBHG1
T2 4 X 16 MFNI LOCKING
TT2 TRS SE 4x12 MFZN

DSB151L/DSA-181L/DSB-181L/LH

74

DSA-151L/DSA181L/DSB-181L Parts List (Indoor Unit)


No

PART CODE

3100400101

BODY

ABS

3107600100

FLAP TOP

ABS

3107600200

FLAP UNDER

ABS

3106500400

BLADE VER

16

ABS

3103000500

HOLDER MOTOR R

ABS

3103000700

HOLDER BEARING

ABS

3103000600

HOLDER MOTOR L

ABS

3106400100

BEARING OILESS

3101800200

FAN CROSS FLOW

100X861L

10

3102400800

GRILLE LATCH

POM

3108000230

MOTOR ASSY

IC-9425 DWKC 5C

DSB-181L

3108000230

MOTOR ASSY

IC-9425KH 6C

DSA-151L/181L

12

3102400900

GRILLE INSERT

ABS

13

3100501000

BOX CONTROL

ABS (V0)

14

3107410000

EVA ASSY

15

3101930010

FILTER ELECTRO ASSY

16

3101940010

FILTER CARBON ASSY

17

3101401300

COVER TERMINAL BLOCK

ABS

18

3108100100

PAN DRAIN

ABS

19

3102200200

FRAME GRILLE

ABS

20

3100000100

FILTER PRE R ASSY

21

3100000200

FILTER PRE L ASSY

22

3102900100

HINGE R-A

POM

23

3102900300

HINGE L-A

POM

24

3100001000

M-PCB ASSY

25

3107800100

LINK VER CAM

26

3104395400

F-PCB ASSY

27

3108004300

MOTOR STEPPING

MP28GA/GSP-24SW-06/ST-28 L=400mm

28

3108912320

TERMINAL BLOCK

DBW-4P

29

3107400300

EVA BRKT L

SGCC T1.0

30

3107800200

LINK VER A

ABS

31

3107800400

LINK VER C

ABS

32

3107500200

EMBLEM

URETANE

33

3105500400

PLT WINDOW SWITCH

34

3104500300

PLATE MOUNTING

SGCC T0.8

35

3108004310

MOTOR STEPPING

MP28GA/GSP-24SW-06/ST-28

11

PART NAME

Q'TY

75

SPEC

REMARK

P.O.M

L=1300mm

DSB-181LH Parts List (Indoor Unit)


No

PART CODE

PART NAME

Q'TY

3100400101

BODY

ABS

3107600100

FLAP TOP

ABS

3107600200

FLAP UNDER

ABS

3106500400

BLADE VERTICAL

16

ABS

3103000500

HOLDER MOTOR R

ABS

3103000700

HOLDER BEARING

ABS

3103000600

HOLDER MOTOR L

3106400100

BEARING OILESS

3101800200

FAN CROSS FLOW

100X861L

10

3102400800

GRILLE LATCH

POM

11

3108000311

MOTOR FCU

IC-9425 DWKC 5A

12

3102400900

INSERT GRILLE

ABS

13

3100501000

BOX CONTROL

ABS

14

3107400010

EVAPORATOR ASSY

15

3101930000

FILTER ELECTRO ASSY

16

3101940000

FILTER CARBON ASSY

17

3101403700

COVER TERMINAL BLOCK

ABS

18

3108100100

PAN DRAIN

ABS

19

3102200200

FRAME

ABS

20

3101910000

FILTER PRE R ASSY

21

3101920000

FILTER PRE L ASSY

22

3102900500

HINGE R

POM

23

3102900600

HINGE L

POM

24

3104300100

CONTROL PCB ASSY

25

3107800100

LINK VER CAM

26

3104300300

LED PCB ASSY

27

3108000100

MOTOR STEPPING

MP28GA

28

3108912330

TERMINAL BLOCK

DBW-6P

29

3107400300

EVA BRKT L

SECC T1.0

30

3107800200

LINK VER A

ABS

31

3107800400

LINK VER C

ABS

32

3107500200

EMBLEM

URETAN

33

3105500200

PLATE WINDOW SWITCH

34

3104500300

PLATE MOUNTING

SECC T0.8

35

3108000200

MOTOR STEPPING

MP28GA

36

3104300200

POWER PCB ASSY

37

3104300400

SWITCH PCB ASSY

76

SPEC

REMARK

P.O.M
l=400mm

l=1300mm

4) EXPLODED DIAGRAM (OUTDOOR UNIT)


DSB-070L/DSB-091L/DSB-121L/LH

32

77

DSB-070L/DSB-091L/DSB-121L PART LIST(OUTDOOR UNIT)


No PART CODE PART NAME
1

3100300511
3100300531

PAN BASE

Q'TY SPEC
1

3107101180
2

16 3102501100 GUIDE SUPPORT

SECC T1.2

SECC T1.2

121L

17 3102402600 GRILLE CONDENSER

P.E. 660x525.5xT3.5

070L(LG COMP. QB125PL12B)

18 3100601901 BRACKET MOTOR

SBHG1 T1.2

M8XL46.5

3102100800 FOOT

SECC T1.2

3107101110
4

COMP. GROMMET

EPDM

3108134AEO
3107101100
5

3107101800
3RC0020JE0

QB125PL12B
COMPRESSOR ASSY

3100030CE0

QK164PN12F
RBB090A001
RCB120A001

091L(LG COMP. QK164PN12F)

3108004000

091L(DW COMP. RBB090A001)

19 3108004100 MOTOR ODU

121L(DW COMP. RCB120A001)

3108000800

070L

IC-9630DWLF5A

091L

IC-9430DWLC5B

121L

070L/091L/121L

20 3101801000 FAN PROPELLER

ABS+G.F20% (BLACK)

070L(LG COMP. QB125PL12B)

21 7400208411 WASHER PLAIN

PW-2-8 MFZN

091L(LG COMP. QK164PN12F)

22 7392800011 NUT LOCK

M8 x P1.25 MFZN

091L(DW COMP. RBB090A001)

23 3104201900 PANEL CONTROL

SBHG1 T0.8

121L(DW COMP. RCB120A001)

24 3108912300 TERMINAL BLOCK

SN-DBW-03P

070L

3109501201

091L

25

121L

3109502010

1.8+25F 400VAC
CAPACITOR DUAL

3109500700

SBHG1 T1.0

121L

27 3101202000 CLAMP CORD

NYLON

SECC T1.2

28 3100801200 CABINET FRONT

SECC T0.8

1/2

29 3102402500 GRILLE DISCHAGE

425.5

1/4

30 3103502210 LABEL BRAND

P.C.FILM T0.4

C1220T

070L/091L

31 3100801300 CABINET SIDE

SECC T0.8

121L

32 3104201800 PANEL TOP

SECC T0.8

11 3104412800 PIPE COND OUT ASSY 1

C1220T

121L

33 3102600300 HANDLE

A.E.S. T2.5 (WH104A)

070L/091L

34 3102101000 FOOT CUSHION

NBR (HARDNESS 45 5)

121L

35 7112401211 TAPPING SCREW

11

T1S TRS 4X12 MFZN

070L(LG COMP. QB125PL12B)

36 7112401214 TAPPING SCREW+PVC WASHER 29

T1S TRS 4X12 MFZN

L465xW208.5xH508

3100602200 BRACKET SERVICE

3105400700 SERVICE VALVE

3105400800 SERVICE VALVE

10

12

3100014110

3100006400
3104410710
3104411411
3104411420

PIPE COND IN ASSY

PIPE OUTLET

C1220T

3100055100
13

14

15

3100055110
3100055300

PIPE SUCTION ASSY

C1220T

091L(LG COMP. QK164PN12F)

37

091L(DW COMP. RBB090A001)

7112401211
7112402011

TAPPING SCREW

T1S TRS 4X12MFZN 070L/091L


T1S TRS 4X20 MFZN 121L

3100020710

121L(DW COMP. RCB120A001)

38 7111301611 TAPPING SCREW

T1S PAN 3X16 MFZN

3100055200

070L(LG COMP. QB125PL12B)

39 7112403011 TAPPING SCREW

T1S TRS 4X30 MFZN

091L(LG COMP. QK164PN12F)

40 7S432X40A1 SPECIAL SCREW

TT3 TRS SE 4X8 MFZN

091L(DW COMP. RBB090A001)

41 7112401614 TAPPING SCREW+PVC WASHER 5

T1S TRS 4X16 MFZN

3100055210
3100055200

PIPE DISCHARGE ASSY 1

C1220T

3100020610

121L(DW COMP. RCB120A001)

3100014200

070L(LG COMP. QB125PL12B)

3100061820
3100061810
3100014200

PIPE FILTER ASSY

C1220T

091L(LG COMP. QK164PN12F)


091L(DW COMP. RBB090A001)
121L(DW COMP. RCB120A001)

78

091L(LG COMP. QK164PN12F)

3.5+25F 400VAC 121L(DW COMP. RCB120A001)


1

070L(LG COMP. QB125PL12B)

1.8+30F 400VAC 091L(DW COMP. RBB090A001)

26 3101201100 CLAMP CAPACITOR

CONDENSER ASSY

REMARK

IC-9625DWLF5A

070L/091L

3100054800

Q'TY SPEC

070L/091L

3106000900

No PART CODE PART NAME

SECC T1.2

M8 x L47.5
COMP. BOLT

REMARK

DSB-070LH/DSB-091LH/DSB-121LH PART LIST(OUTDOOR UNIT )


No PART CODE PART NAME

Q'TY SPEC

3100300511
1

3100300521
3100300511

PAN BASE

SECC T1.2

M8 x L47.5
COMP. BOLT

310600900

MB x L46.5

3102100800 FOOT

COMP. GROMMET

3107101200
3107101900
3RC0020KE0

EPDM

QB 134PL12B
COMPRESSOR ASSY 1

3100030GE0

QK 185PN13B
RBB100A001
RCB 150A001

3100054910

091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A00A)

CONDENSER ASSY

L465xW208.5xH508

3100037010

3100069100
3100062200

070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)

16

091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)

3104401010
3105401000

PIPE REVERSING ASSY 1

C1220T

REVERSING VALVE

1
1

070LH/091LH

VH7-ATYPE

121LH

121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

18 3102402600 GRILLE CONDENSER 1

P.E. 660x525.5xT3.5

19 3100601901 BRACKET MOTOR

SBHG1 T1.2

3108004000
20 3108004100 MOTOR ODU

3108000800

SECC T1.2

IC-9625DWLF5A

070LH

IC-9625DWLF5A

091LH

IC-9430DWLC5B

121LH

121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

21 3101801000 FAN PROPELLER

ABS+G.F20% (BLACK)

070LH

22 7400208411 WASHER PLAIN

PW-2-8 MFZN

23 7392800011 NUT LOCK

M8 x P1.25 MFZN

24 3104201900 PANEL CONTROL

SBHG1 T0.8

25 3108912301 TERMINAL BLOCK

SN-DBW-05P

091LH
121LH

3109501201

091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A001)

26

091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)


121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

3109502030
3109502010

1.8+25F 400VAC 070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)


CAPACITOR DUAL

3109501301

1.8+35F 400VAC 091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)


1.8+30F 400VAC 091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A00A)
3.5+35F 400VAC 121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

3100602200 BRACKET SERVICE

SECC T1.2

27 3101201100 CLAMP CAPACITOR

SBHG1 T1.0

3105400700 SERVICE VALVE

1/2

28 3101202000 CLAMP CORD

NYLON

3105400800 SERVICE VALVE

1/4

29 3100801200 CABINET FRONT

SECC T0.8

10 3104410710 PIPE COND IN ASSY

C1220T

070LH/091LH/121H

30 3102402500 GRILLE DISCHAGE

425.5

070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)

31 3103502210 LABEL BRAND

P.C.FILM T0.4

091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A001)

32 3100801300 CABINET SIDE

SECC T0.8

121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

33 3104201800 PANEL TOP

SECC T0.8

091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)

34 3102600300 HANDLE

A.E.S. T2.5 (WH104A)

070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)

35 3102101000 FOOT CUSHION

NBR (HARDNESS 45 5)

091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A001)

36 7112401211 TAPPING SCREW

11

T1S TRS 4X12 MFZN

121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

37 7112401214 TAPPING SCREW+PVC WASHER 29

T1S TRS 4X12 MFZN

11

3104412810

PIPE COND OUT ASSY 1

C1220T

3104412820

12

3104411411

PIPE OUTLET

C1220T

3104411420

091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)

3100061901

070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)

13 3100062001 PIPE FILTER ASSY

C1220T

3100037800
14 3104400300 PIPE SENSOR

C1220T

38

7112401211

T1S TRS 4X12 MFZN 070LH/091LH

TAPPING SCREW

091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)

39 7111301611 TAPPING SCREW

T1S PAN 3X16 MFZN

091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A00A)

40 7112403011 TAPPING SCREW

T1S TRS 4X30 MFZN

121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

41 7S432X40A1 SPECIAL SCREW

TT3 TRS SE 4X8 MFZN

070LH/091LH/121LH

42 7112401614 TAPPING SCREW+PVC WASHER 5

T1S TRS 4X16 MFZN

79

7112402011

091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A00A)

CHV-0104

17 3102501100 GUIDE SUPPORT

091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A001)

091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)


121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

091LH(DW COMP. RBB100A001)

091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)

REMARK
070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)

3100038810

070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)

3100054900
6

15

070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)

3108134AE0

091LH(LG COMP. QK185PN13B)

SECC T1.2

3107101110

Q'TY SPEC

3100062100

121LH(DW COMP. RCB150A001)

3107101180

No PART CODE PART NAME

070LH(LG COMP. QB134PL12B)

3100300531

REMARK

T1S TRS 4X20 MFZN 121LH

DSB-181L

80

DSB-181L Parts List (Outdoor Unit)


No

PART CODE

PART NAME

Q'TY

3100800101

CAB BACK

SECC T1.0

3104200500

PANEL TOP

SECC T1.0

3100800201

CAB FRONT

SECC T1.0

3101800100

FAN

ABS + G/F

3102400710

GRILLE DISCHARGE

PP

3100800301

CAB SIDE

SECC T1.0

3100300301

PAN BASE

SECC T1.6

3105300100

SUPPORTER MOTOR

SGCC T1.0

3104210010

PANEL CONTROL

SGCC T1.0

3100039210

PANEL CONTROL

SGCC T1.0

10

3108000400

MOTOR ODU

220V/50Hz

11

3106800020

CONDENSER ASSY

12

7391800011

NUT HEX

13

3102600100

HANDLE R

PP

14

3104500600

PLATE PARTITION

SGCC T1.0

15

3100600000

BRACKET SERVICE ASSY

16

3102100200

FOOT

SECC T2.0

17

3102600200

HANDLE L

PP

18

3101200200

CLAMP WIRE

SGCC T1.0

3101202000

CLAMP CORD

NYLON 66

19

3101200100

CLAMP CAPACITOR

SGCC T0.8

20

3100016700

PIPE SUCTION ASSY

CU 1/2 T0.8

21

3100016400

PIPE DISCHARGE ASSY

CU 3/8 T0.8

22

3104400700

PIPE FILTER

23

3104400600

PIPE TURN

CU 1/4 T0.8

24

3104400800

PIPE CAPILLARY

CU 1/8

25

3107120000

COMPRESSOR

CRDQ-0200-PFJ

26

3105400200

SERVICE VALVE-LIQ

1/4

27

3105400100

SERVICE VALVE-GAS

1/2

28

5SC0202700

POWER RELAY

G7L-2A-TUB

29

3108912320

TERMINAL BLOCK

SN-DBW-4P

30

3102101000

FOOT CUSHION

NR

31

3106000110

BOLT COMP

32

3101500200

RUBBER CUSHION

33

7400208041

WASHER PLAIN

34

7392801211

NUT HEX

35

7342602011

BOLT HEX

81

SPEC

REMARK

DSB-181L for VDE Appliance

DSB-181L for VDE Appliance

DSB-181LH

82

DSB-181LH Parts List (Outdoor Unit)


No

PART CODE

PART NAME

Q'TY

3100800101

CABINET BACK

SECC T1.0

3104200500

PANEL TOP

SECC T1.0

3100800201

CABINET FRONT

SECC T1.0

3101800100

FAN PROPELLER

ABS+G/F

3102400710

GRILLE DISCHARGE

PP

3100800301

CABINET SIDE

SECC T1.0

3100300301

PAN BASE

SECC T1.6

3105300100

SUPPORTER MOTOR

SECC T1.0

3104200601

PANEL CONTROL

SECC T1.0

10

3108000400

MOTOR ODU

220V/50Hz

11

3106800030

CONDENSER ASSY

12

7392800011

NUT HEX

M8

13

3102600101

HANDLE R

PP

14

3104500601

PLATE PARTITION

SECC T1.0

15

310061000P

BRACKET SERVICE ASSY

16

3102100200

FOOT

SECC T2.0

17

3102600200

HANDLE L

PP

18

3101200310

CLAMP CORD2

19

3101200100

CLAMP CAPACITOR

SECC T0.8

20

3100003200

PIPE REVERSING ASSY

CU

21

3105400300

REVERSING VALVE

V2-100

22

3100003000

PIPE FILTER ASSY

CU

23

3109700100

SOLENOID COIL

L30-0240

24

3100003100

CAPILLARY ASSY

CU

25

3107130000

COMPRESSOR ASSY

220-240V 50Hz

26

3105400210

SERVICE VALVE

27

3105400100

SERVICE VALVE

28

5SC0202700

POWER RELAY

G7L-2A-TUB

29

3100003400

COIL SENSOR ASSY

30

3102100700

FOOT CUSHION

NR

31

3106000900

COMP BOLT

M8 x L46.5

32

3101500700

RUBBER CUSHION

NR

33

7400208411

WASHER PLAIN

M8

34

7392800011

NUT HEX

M8

35

7347602011

BOLT HEX

M6 x L20

36

7348602011

BOLT HEX

M6

37

7112401214

SCREW TAPPING

10

M4

38

3109500900

CAPACITOR DUAL

400VAC 30/3F

39

3108912330

TERMINAL BLOCK

SN-DBW-6P

83

SPEC

REMARK

DSA-151L/DSA-181L

84

DSB-181LH Parts List (Outdoor Unit)


No

PART CODE

3100800101

CAB BACK

SECC T1.0

3104200500

PANEL TOP

SECC T1.0

3100800201

CAB FRONT

SECC T1.0

3101800100

FAN

ABS + G/F

3102400710

GRILLE DISCHARGE

PP

3100800301

CAB SIDE

SECC T1.0

3100300301

PAN BASE

SECC T1.6

3105300100

SUPPORTER MOTOR

SGCC T1.0

3104200601

PANEL CONTROL

SGCC T1.0

10

3108000520

MOTOR ODU

220V/60Hz

11

3106800010

CONDENSER ASSY

12

7391800011

NUT HEX

13

3102600100

HANDLE R

PP

14

3104500600

PLATE PARTITION

SGCC T1.0

15

310061000P

BRACKET SERVICE ASSY

16

3102100200

FOOT

SECC T2.0

17

3102600200

HANDLE L

PP

18

3101200200

CLAMP WIRE

SGCC T1.0

19

3101200100

CLAMP CAPACITOR

SGCC T0.8

20

3100016300

PIPE SUCTION ASSY

CU 1/2 T0.8

DSA-151L

3100016700

PIPE SUCTION ASSY

CU 1/2 T0.8

DSA-181L

3100016200

PIPE DISCHARGE ASSY

CU 5/16 T0.8

DSA-151L

3100016600

PIPE DISCHARGE ASSY

CU 5/16 T0.8

DSA-181L

22

3104400700

PIPE FILTER 1

23

3104400600

PIPE TURN

CU 1/4 T0.8

24

3104400800

PIPE CAPILLARY

CU 1/8

3100030AE0

COMPRESSOR ASSY

RCA150A001

DSA-151L

25

3107120010

COMPRESSOR ASSY

ECB 185211A

DSA-181L

26

3105400200

SERVICE VALVE-LIQ

1/4

27

3105400100

SERVICE VALVE-GAS

1/2

28

5SC0202700

POWER RELAY

G7L-2A-TUB

29

3108912320

TERMINAL BLOCK

SN-DBW-4P

30

3102101000

FOOT CUSHION

NR

31

3107140010

COMP BOLT

32

3101500200

RUBBER CUSHION

33

7400208411

WASHER PLAIN

34

7392801211

NUT LOCK

35

7342602011

BOLT HEX

36

7112501211

SCREW TAPPING

37

8112401211

SCREW TAPPING

10

21

PART NAME

Q'TY

85

SPEC

REMARK

5) CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY


DSB-070L/DSB-091L
4

9
8
5

2
0
1

DSB-070L/DSB-091L
No

PART CODE

PART NAME

Q'TY

3100054400

CONTROL PCB ASSY

3108912300

TERMINAL BLOCK

SN-DBW-03P

5EPV050120

TRANSFORMER

DWA-220B 220V 50/60Hz

3106900300

CAPACITOR SH.M.B

1.0F 400VAC

3104896300

SENSOR ID ASSY

PTM-KD43C-D2

3101300100

POWER CORD ASSY

16A 250V

3102797610

HARNESS

I/D COMP

3102797910

HARNESS

I/D EARTH

3102704000

HARNESS

POWER

10

3102704500

HARNESS

LED PCB

86

SPEC

REMARK

DSB-121L

H3
H1

H2

6
2
5
S
H3

DSB-121L
No

PART CODE

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
H1
H2
S
H3

3100503101
3100054400
3108054200
3103400300
3101395060
3108901230
5EPV050100
3106900300
3102797610
3102797500
3104896300
3102794000

PART NAME

Q'TY

CONTROL BOX
CONTROL PCB ASS'Y
LED PCB ASS'Y
KNOB RESET SWITCH
POWER CORD ASS'Y
TERMINAL BLOCK
TRANS FORMER
CAPACITOR SH.M.B
HARNESS I/D COMP
HARNESS LED PCB
SENSOR ID ASS'Y
HARHESS POWER
87

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

SPEC

P.P+G.F 20%
FR-1
FR-1
ABS
BUYER
SN-DBW-03P
DWA220A-50/60Hz
1.0F 400VAC

PTM-KD-43C-D2

REMARK

DSA-151L/DSA-181L/DSB-181L

DSA-151L/DSA-181L/DSB-181L
No

PART NAME

CONTROL BOX ASSY

BOX CONTROL-2

PCB TRANS ASSY

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

SCREW TAPPING
CAPACITOR IDM
SCREW TAPPING
TERMINAL BLOCK
SCREW TAPPING
HARNESS POWER
HARNESS EARTH
HARNESS COMP SIGNAL
POWER CORD
CABLE CORD

14

CONTROL PCB ASSY

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

HARNESS CONNECTING
POWER PCB ASSY
LED PCB ASSY
SWITCH PCB ASSY
SENSOR ID ASSY
HARNESS LED PCB
HARNESS SWITCH PCB
KNOB SWITCH

SPEC
DSA-151L/DSA-181L
DSB-181L
ABS (VERSION2)
DWA-5423
DWA-220V
T2S TRS 4X12 MFZN
EAF-45125 (1.2F/450V)
T2S TRS 4X24 MFZN
SN-DBW-4P
T2S TRS 3X16 MFZN
UL1015 #16/18
UL1015 #18
UL1015 #18
WS-93 (250V 10/16A)
DA-5N
DSA-151L/DSA-181L
DSB-181L (COOL/50Hz)
UL 1007 #26
DSA-151L/DSA-181L/DSB-181L
15/18K
15/18K
PEM-KD43C-D1
UL 1007 #26
UL 1007 #26
ABS

88

QTY
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

PART CODE
3100058320
3100058210
3100506900
5EPK633110
5EPV633110
7122401211
3106900210
7141402411
3108912320
7111301611
3102704010
3102797910
3102704410
31013A24B1
3101200300
3104300120
3104300110
3102704900
3104300210
3104300300
3104300400
3104896000
3102704510
3102707000
3103400200

REMARK

DSB-181LH

DSB-181LH Parts List (Control Box Assembly)


No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

PART NAME
CONTROL BOX ASSY
BOX CONTROL-2
PCB TRANS ASSY
SCREW TAPPING
CAPACITOR IDM
SCREW TAPPING
HARNESS TH3
TERMINAL BLOCK
SCREW TAPPING
HARNESS POWER
HARNESS EARTH
HARNESS COMP SIGNAL
HARNESS REVER VALVE
HARNESS OD SIGNAL
POWER CORD
CABLE CORD
CONTROL PCB ASSY
HARNESS CONNECTING
POWER PCB ASSY
LED PCB ASSY
SWITCH PCB ASSY
SENSOR ID ASSY
HARNESS LED PCB
HARNESS SWITCH PCB
KNOB SWITCH

SPEC
DSB-181LH
ABS (VERSION2)
DWA-220V
T2S TRS 4X12 MFZN
EAF-45125 (1.2F/450V)
T2S TRS 4X24 MFZN
UL2464-#22
SN-DBW-6P
T2S TRS 3X16 MFZN
UL 1015 #16/18
UL 1015 #18
UL 1015 #18
UL 1015 #18
UL 1015 #18
WS-93(250V 10/16A)
DA-5N
DSB-181LH(HEAT PUMP/50Hz)
UL 1007 #26
DSB-181LH
15/18K (FR-4)
15/18K (FR-4)
PEM-KD43C-D1
UL 1007 #26
UL 1007 #26
ABS

89

QTY
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

PART CODE
3100058300
3100506900
5EPV633110
7122401211
3106900210
7141402411
3102702200
3108912330
7111301611
3102704010
3102797910
3102704410
3102704420
3102704430
31013A24B1
3101200300
3104300100
3102704900
3104300200
3104300300
3104300400
3104896000
3102704510
3102707000
3103400200

REMARK

7. CONTROL AND ELECTIONICS PART


1. DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS
OFF-Timer
If you set time in OFF-Timer Mode, the unit will stop at the set time.

ON

Unit ON
Unit OFF

OFF

SET Time

HOUR

ON-Timer
If you set time in ON-Timer Mode, the unit will run at the set time.

Unit ON

ON
OFF

Unit OFF

SET Time

HOUR

Control of Room Temperature


(1) Range of setting temperature: 18~32C
(2) Setting temperature: Operating temperature of compressor
COMP (ON)

COMP (OFF)

COMP (OFF)

-1C

COMP (ON)

0C

(RT-DT)

-1C

(COOLING)

0C

(RT-DT)

HEATING

*RT: ROOM TEMPERATURE


DT: DESIRED TEMPERATURE

(3) During the time of test operating, Fan (Indoor, Outdoor) and Compressor is running regardless of room
temperature.

Buzzer
If the Indoor Unit Display receive the signal of Remote Controller, you can hear the signal "beep " or "beep,
beep".
(1) In the case of receiving ON/OFF signal-"beep" "beep"
(2) And so on-"beep"
100

Fan Speed (Indoor Unit)


(1) Motor speed (Super high speed, high speed, normal speed, low speed, ultra low speed).
(2) Remote controller setting fan speed. (Auto, L, M, H, Natural)
(3) Relation of operating mode between fan speed. (legned: X-no relation)
FAN ONLY

COOL

DEHUMI-

AUTO

QUICK

HEAT

DIFICATION
H

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Auto

Natural

Natural

Natural

Natural

Natural

(4) Automatic Operation


If the unit is set in 'AUTO' mode, the unit operates automatically according to the room temperature to keep the
room temperature comfortable.

(COOLING)

H
M
L
1C

0C
(D.T)

2C

(R.T-D.T)

3C

(DT-RT)

(HEATING)
H
M
L
0

101

Sleep Mode
(1) When you are going to sleep, select sleep switch and the unit controls the room to the desired temperature.
(The unit will not operate after 4 hour)
(2) For changing the temperature.
DT

DT

+0.5C
+0.5C

0.5C

+0.5C

0.5C
0.5C

0.5

1.0

HOUR

(COOLING CYCLE)

0.5

1.0

HOUR

(HEATING CYCLE)

(3) To cancel sleep mode, press the SLEEP button again or press the MODE button once.: the SLEEP
indicator will disappear in the display.

Emergency Operation
(1) When the remote controller is lost, damaged or the battery is discharged, the Emergency operation can be
used to run the unit.
(2) The setting conditions of Emergency operation are as follows.
Operation mode: AUTO
Preset temperature: 26C
Fan speed: AUTO
You cannot operate with remote controller.

Frost Prevention of Indoor Unit


When the unit operates at low ambient temperature, frost may appear on the Evaporator. When the indoor coil
temperature is lower than 0C at the end of 10 minutes of continuous compressor operation from the start, the
microcomputer of the unit stops the compressor to protect the unit from the frost. The control procedure for
indoor coil freeze protection.
1) The compressor and outdoor fan turn off.
2) Indoor fan operates according to user set speed.
3) The normal operation returns when the indoor coil
temperature is higher than 7C or equal to 7C.

ON
Compressor and
Outdoor Fan

OFF
Set Speed

Indoor Fan

OFF
0C

7C

(Indoor coil temperature)


102

3 min. Time Delay of Compressor


In normal operation, there is a time delay of three minutes between turn off and turning back on including initial
power up.

3 Seconds Time Delay of Indoor Fan Motor


Wnen the speed of indoor fan motor changes, there is a time delay of 3 seconds at each speed step.

Auto Mode (I)


(1) In Auto Mode (I)
After the indoor fan is operated for 20 seconds in the Auto Mode (I), the unit will operate automatically by
selecting operating Mode according to the room temperature
(RT: Room temperature)
ROOM TEMPERATURE
28C

RT

22C < RT < 28C


RT

22C

OPERATING MODE

FLAP POSITION

Cooling

Cooling Position

Dehumidifier

Cooling Position

Heating

Heating Position

(2) Selecting Operating Mode Again


Room temperature meets desired temperature and the compressor stops running over 30 minutes, then the unit
selects operating Mode again.

103

Dehumidification Mode
! Desired temperature < Room temperature

Outdoor Fan, Compressor : ON


Indoor Fan : Low speed
@ Desired temperature Room temperature
Compressor : 3 min/ON, 5 min/OFF
Indoor Fan : 3 min 30 second/ON, 4 min 30 second/OFF
Fan Speed : low speed
# Room temperature 18C
Compressor : OFF
Indoor Fan : 1 min/ON, 7 min/OFF
Fan speed : Low speed

Air Discharge Direction(only remocon operation)


The air discharge direction procedure is below.
Fixed

Up/Down

Fixed

Up/Down
COOLING POSITION

Quick Mode(Powerful Cooling & Heating)


1) Cooling Mode
When the room temperature is higher than 22C
! Fan Speed: Super high speed
@ Air discharge direction: Fixed
# Set temperature: 18C (Fixed)
$ Compressor and Outdoor Fan
The air discharge direction procedure is below
Fixed
Up/Down

HEATING POSITION

1) Heating Mode
When the room temperature is higher than 22C
! Fan Speed: Super high speed
@ Air discharge direction: Fixed
# Set temperature: 18C (Fixed)
$ Compressor and Outdoor Fan
The air discharge direction procedure is below

Up/Down

Fixed

Fixed

Up/Down

Up/Down
Fixed

RThe option is LEFT/RIGHT direction.

RThe option is LEFT/RIGHT direction.

104

Self-Diagnostic Function
The control will contain diagnostic test to verify the integrity of the system.
(1)Error Code Display Pattern
! ON LAMP: ON (Red) LED ON/OFF
@ Error Code
# Only Emergency mode
ERROR CODE

DISPLAY PATTERN

ERROR CONTENTS

8 seconds

Room, Indoor unit sensor out door unit


sensor open or short

0.5 second

8 seconds
0.5 second

Compressor, Electrical parts of


comp. Gas leak

8 seconds
0.5 second

4 Way-valve do not rum

105

2. CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM


DSB-070LH/DSB-091LH/DSB-121LH

Unit on lamp

Remote

Air clean lamp

Emergency

Operating Mode

Signal
receiver

Fan Speed
Timer Selection

Quick lamp

Flap Position

Operation

Timer lamp

Temp. Setting
ON/OFF
Room air temp.

SLEEP

Indoor coil temp.

REMOCON

Outdoor coil
temp

Circuit for signal receiver


A/D converter
Beeper

Stepping
motor

lnitialization
MICRO
CONTROLLER

Clock generation
DC5V

circuit for
motor driving

DC power supply

STEPPING MOTOR
ON/OFF

COMPRESSOR
ON/OFF

Circuit for
relay driving

Circuit for
TRIAC control

Relay RL3

Relay RL2

Relay RL1

TRIAC

4 way
valve

Outdoor
fan motor

Compressor

Indoor fan
motor

106

Transformer

AC220V
50Hz

3. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
1

L1

AIR
ON
L2

L3

TIMER
TURBO

PCB LED

FLAP

CC1
104
GVO
RCV

10

L4

O/D SENSOR
070L, 091L

EMERGENCY SW

I/D SENSOR
ROOM SENSOR

CN13

CN1 CN2

R28
1K

JS6

JS1

CC10
104
8
7
6

IC6
65004

11
5
4
3

10
12
13
14

1K

1K

1K

R18

R19

R20

R21

2
1

1K

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

1K R17

15

14

13

1K R16

1K R14

REMOCON

15
16

CC12
222

COMP ERR

16

104 MULTI

CC13

12 21

20

19

18

17

1K R15

CC7
103

CE4
4.7F/50V

330 R8
R9
12.7KF

OSC
8MHz

RA1
JS2
CA1
5A 103J
F4104Z
R13 5.6K
1K R12
7042P
+
CC9
IC5
103

11

CN10
CN9

R10
12.7KF
R11
12.7KF

070

JS4
JS3

JS6

JS1
SHORT

HEAT
50Hz

SHORT
SKIP

OPEN
OPEN

JS2
SHORT

COOL
60Hz

OPEN
DETECT

41

42

OPEN
SHORT
IC1
VDD

(INT2/TC1)P12

(DVO)P13

P01

(AIN4)P64

(AIN5)P65

38
37
36
35
34
33

30
29
28

CC6
103
CC5
103

22

23

24

CC11
104

1K R26
1K R25
1K R24

11
10

test

R4
1K

5
RL1

R2
5.6K

D1
D4

D6
D5

CN6

CN2

CN1

CL1
275V FUSE
104K 250V 3A
3

VAR

SN1
0.1F
120 Ohm

CN3

CN4

CC

4WAY

TRANS

AC 220V

I/D FAN

Circuit Description

OUT DOOR
UNIT

! TEMPERATURE
SENSING
@ STEPPING
MOTOR
DRIVING
# TRIAC DRIVING
FOR DIF
$ BUZZER
DRIVING
% COMPRESSOR
RELAY DRIVING
^ AC POWER
SUPPLY
& POWER LINE
FREQENCY
MONITORING
INPUT
* DC POWER
SUPPLY
( LED DRIVING
) SELECT
SWITCH INPUT
1 RESET CIRCUIT
2 CLOCK
GENERATION
3 MODE OPTION

TERMINAL BLOCK

I/D FAN CAP.

COMP-COM

O/D FAN

COMP-LIVE

CN8 OD

CL
RL3

070L,091L

CN7 4W

BZ1

RL2

R5
T1
1K 1/2W SM3JZ47

R1
TLP561 100
PT1

L1
130H
3A

103
CC4

D2
IC3
IC2 CE1
CC3
7805
7812
+
+
D3
CE3 +
CC2 35V
CC1
100F
104
1000F
104
CE2
104
16V
470F
25V 1K R27 10K R3

IC4
16
65D04 15

6
7

TR1
C102M

POWER FREO.

14
13
12

3
4
5

8
CC8
104

mild/high

13

JS4 heat/cool

JS3 50/60hz

R29

1K R23 RA1
26
5A 103J
CA1
25 F4104Z

27

CE5
10F/16V

REMOCON

091
121

P77(HSO)

(XTIN)P21 40

P76(HSCK) (XTOUT)P22
P75(SO)

P17

P74(SI) (INT5/STOP)P20 39
P73(SCK)

P16
(TC2)P15

P72(PDO/PWM)
P71(INT4)

P07

P70(INT3/TC3) (PPG)P14

P06

(INT1)P11 32

P00

(AIN3)P63

31 POWER FREO.

P05

(INT0)P10
(AIN7)P67

P04
P03

TEST

(AIN2)P62

(AIN6)P66

RESET

(AIN1)P61

P02

XIN

(AIN0)P60

330

VAREF

XOUT

R7

330

(VASS)VSS

R6

107

4. PCB DRIVING DESCRIPTION


Power Supply(1)

AC 220V
FUSE1

12V

VAR
D2

D1

275V
104K

CC1

CE1

IC2
7812

5V

CC2

CE2

3.15A

D4

D3

VI VO
+
104

35V
1000F

104

25V
470F

IC3
7805
VI VO

CC3

CL1

CE3
+

104

16V
100F

POWER TRANS

DESCRIPTION
DC Power Supply in circuit needs +12V and +5V. +12V is used for Compressor Driving Relay, Triac Driving
Photo Triac, Buzzer Driving Swing, Sweep Motor. AC voltage of secondary Power Transformer is rectified by
Bridge Diode, and it is filtering by Main Condensor CE1.
Filtered DC voltage is about +18V, is regulated +12V DC by Regulator IC7812.
And it is regulated +5V DC by Regulator IC7805.
VAR is serge filter and CC1, CC2, CC3 is Noise filter.

Oscillator(2)

5V
19
OSC
20

CC13
104

8M

DESCRIPTION
Oscillatory Frequency drive Micom, it is made up 8MHz resonator oscillatory Freqency.
Ocillatory wave is as following Fig 2-1.

VDD-10%

VSS+10%

Fig 2-1
108

Sensor(3)
Room temperature and Evaporator temperature Sensor Input

Room

CN10

PT-K43C

1
2
3
4

EVA

5V

R7
24
R10
12.7K

330
CC6
103

MICOM

5267-04A
R6
25

PT-K43C
330
R11
12.7K

CC5
10

DESCRIPTION
Number 24, 25 of Micom is Terminal of A/D convertor Input.
Room temperature and Evaporator temperature is sensing by change of Thermister Resistance, Micom is put
in 5V by ratio between R10 (12.7K) and R11 (12.7K).
Relation between temperature and voltage is following Table 3-1.
CC5, 6 is Noise filter.

Resistance & Voltage of the Sensor


temp(C) resistance1()
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

54,769
52,070
49,579
47,272
44,116
42,190
40,390
37,902
36,368
34,235
32,279
31,064
29,358
27,781
26,794
25,400
24,101
22,888
21,752
20,687
19,685
19,050
18,143
17,286
16,476
15,708
14,979

Vout(V)
0.941
0.980
1.020
1.059
1.118
1.157
1.196
1.255
1.294
1.353
1.412
1.451
1.510
1.569
1.608
1.667
1.725
1.784
1.843
1.902
1.961
2.000
2.059
2.118
2.176
2.235
2.294

temp(C) resistance1()
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

14,288
13,629
13,002
12,405
12,021
11,468
10,939
10,432
9,947
9,634
9,182
8,890
8,467
8,060
7,79,
7,415
7,168
6,809
6,577
6,239
6,020
5,806
5,597
5,392
5,094
4,901
4,711

109

Vout(V)
2.353
2.412
2.471
2.529
2.569
2.627
2.686
2.745
2.804
2.843
2.902
2.941
3.000
3.059
3.095
3.157
3.196
3.255
3.294
3.353
3.392
3.431
3.471
3.510
3.569
3.608
3.647

temp(C) resistance1()
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70

4,526
4,435
4,255
4,080
3,908
3,739
3,656
3,493
3,332
3,253
3,098
3,021
2,870
2,795
2,721
2,576
2,504
2,433
2,363
2,293
2,156
2,088
2,020
1,954
1,888
1,822
1,758

Vout(V)
3.686
3.706
3.745
3.784
3.824
3.863
3.882
3.922
3.961
3.980
4.020
4.039
4.078
4.098
4.118
4.157
4.176
4.196
4.216
4.235
4.275
4.294
4.314
4.333
4.353
4.373
4.392

Triac Driving(4)
12V
N

L1

TLP561
PT1

AC 220V

130H
3A
MICOM
T1
SM3JZ47

IC4
KID 65004
38

SN1
0.1F
120Ohm

15 R5

TO MOTOR

1K
1/2W

DESCRIPTION
Number 38 Terminal of Micom is put out Pulse Output, by way of Buffer it is driving Photo Triac is supplied
Trigger Signal.
Trigger Test of Triac is detected Zero Cross Part of AC input and it is triggered from Zero Cross part to Time
delay part according to Fan Speed. (Ref. Fig 4-1) SN1 is Snubber.

AC220V

TRIGGER
LOW SPEED
SPEED
LOW

MEDIUM SPEED
MEDIUM
SPEED

MOTOR
INPUT

Fig 4-1

110

HIGH SPEED
SPEED
HIGH

Remote Controller(5)
DESCRIPTION
Signal from Remote Controller put in only Control Data Signal at Micom Terminal of Number 33, which is gotten
fid of Carrier (38KHz) from Receive Module. Signal Wave repeat third as following Fig 5-1.
But in Secondary Wave Custom Code is Reversed Face.

9ms

4.5ms

16bit

24bit

8bit

16bit

0.56ms

LEADER CODE

CUSTOM
CODE

DATA
CODE

CHECK
SUM

1.69ms

1.12ms
bit 0

TAILER

2.25ms
bit 1

Fig 5-2
BIT STRUCTURE

Fig 5-1

Selecting Mode(6)
(SELECT S/W INPUT, OUTPUT)

5V

RA1
R14
1K

MICOM

MODE
SELECT
PUSH S/W

13
P2

CA1
F4104Z

DESCRIPTION
There are Mode according to SW position as
following Table 6-1.
According as port of fixed Micom is Low, the unit is
operating as following Table 6-1.

POSITION

MODE

OPEN

REMOCON

GND

EMERGENCY
Table 6-1

111

0.56ms

Micom Power Supply(7)

5V

VDD 42

CE5
10F
16V

CC11
104

41
MICOM

OSC
8MHz

40
39

19
20
21
VSS

22

CC13
104

DESCRIPTION
MICOM Power is supplied 5V at Number 42 using VDD, Number 19, 20 Vsing Oscillator, CC13 is noise filter.

112

Reset(8)
5V
R13
5.6K
IC5
7042P

+
R12
1K

CE4
4.7F
50V

MICOM
18
CC9
103

DESCRIPTION
Voltage less than about 0.8V put in Micom Terminal of Number 18 and then Micom reset. Reset IC detect
Power ON and Voltage less than 4.25V, and then send Reset Signal.

Vcc (+5V)
4.25V

t
DELAY TIME
FOR POWER ON
H

RESET

t
POWER
ON

113

Function Selecting(9)
5V
5V
test
COMP ERR

14
15

MICOM

1K R15
RA1
5A 103J

1K R26

R29

mild/high

29

1K R16

JS1
JS2

30

1K R17

JS5

16

CA1
F4104Z

1K R25

JS3

1K R24

JS4 heat/cool

50/60hz

28
27
1K R23
CA1
F4104Z

RA1
5A 103J

DESCRIPTION
Selecting function is as following table 9-1.
RWhen power source is put at fist, Funtion selection input is recognized.
And when the unit is running the microcomputer ignore variation of funtion selection input.
SHORT

OPEN

JS6

SKIP

DETECT

JS4

HEAT

COOL

JS3

50Hz

60Hz

JS1

JS2

070

SHORT

SHORT

091

OPEN

OPEN

121

SHORT

OPEN

Buzzer Driving(10)
VCC
12V

DESCRIPTION
MICOM

R4
1K

BZ1

KID 65004
34

11

114

Micom 34 Terminal put out Buzzer Driving Pulse,


its output is driving Buzzer through Buffer.
Ocillatory Frequency of buzzer is selected by
internal Micom.
This unit is setting at 4KHz.

Zero Crossing Detect(11)


VCC

R3
10K
2

TR1
KRC120M
D5

R27
1K

MICOM
31

3
R2
5.6K

D6

TRANS
OUTPUT

CC4
103

DESCRIPTION
It defect Zero Cross part of Trans output voltage, Transistor TR1 is used to put in the Micom.
Detail Driving is as following Fig 11-1.
R19 is Resistance to limit current.

AC18V

The
Number
31 of H
Micom
terminal
L

DETECT POINT
Fig 11-1

115

Stepping Motor Driving(12)

12V

IC6

MICOM

CN13
1
B+

M1
FOR SWING

3
4

KID65004

DESCRIPTION
There are one Stepping Motor for Flap (up and down) and it is used 4 face Drive Method.
It is driving as following Fig 12-1. (Ring Count Method of 8 Status)

(Normal Rotating)

(Reversed Rotating)
Fig 12-1

116

MICOM

1 P77(HSO)
Steppping Motor
Driving

VDD 42

2 P76(HSCK) (XTOUT)P22 41
3 P75(SO)

(XTIN)P21 40

4 P74(SI) (INT5/STOP)P20 39
5 P73(SCK)

P17 38

6 P72(PDO/PWM)

P16 37

7 P71(INT4)

Indoor Unit Motor Driving

(TC2)P15 36

8 P70(INT3/TC3) (PPG)P14 35
9 P07

(DVO)P13 34

10 P06

(INT2/TC1)P12 33

11 P05

(INT1)P11 32

12 P04

(INTO)P10 31

Emergency
Mode

13 P03

(AIN7)P67 30

14 P02

(AIN6)P66 29

Function
S/W

15 P01

(AIN5)P65 28

16 P00

(AIN4)P64 27

17 TEST

(AIN3)P63 26

18 RESET

(AIN2)P62 25

19 XIN

(AIN1)P61 24

20 XOUT

(AIN0)P60 23

LED Driving

Reset Curcuit
Oscillation

21 (VASS)VSS

VAREF 22

117

Buzzer Driving
Remocon Input
Comp Relay Driving
Zero Crosing Detect

Function S/W

Temperature
Sensor Input

DARLINGTON ARRAYS (KID65004)

16 OUT 1
15 OUT 2
14 OUT 3
13 OUT 4
12 OUT 5
11 OUT 6
10 OUT 7
9 COMMON FREE
WHEELING DIODES

COMMON
INPUT

OUTPUT
10.5K
7.2K

3K

IN1 1
IN2 2
IN 3 3
IN 4 4
IN5 5
IN6 6
IN7 7
GND 8

GND

VOLTAGE REGULATOR (KIA78059-5VDC)


SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
INPUT
100K

100

100

500

10K

240
200

3.3
K

1
2
3
1.4
K

OUTPUT

2K

6K
2.7
K

0.3

0.19K
28K

30pF

5K

500
6K 1K

5K

Fin 2 is ground
for Cose 221A.
Case is ground
for Case 1.

GND

VOLTAGE REGULATOR (KIA78129-12VDC)


10K

INPUT

10K
210
16K
100

300

200

36K
64K

300
50K

520
60K

012

40
pF

50

200

OUTPUT

26K

Pin 1. INPUT
2. GROUND
3. OUTPUT

20K

29K

20K

GND

(Equivalent Ciircuit)

118

RESET IC (KIA 7042P)

1 VCC
KIA70
42P

3 OUT

2 GND

INPUT
GROUND
OUTPUT

OUTLINE

119

5. REMOTE CONTROLLER

Display
Displays information
pertaining to unit.

AUTO

ON/OFF Button
Press to turn the unit
on or off.

FAN SPEED Button


Press to select the fan speed
(High " ", Middle " ",
Low " ").
MODE Button
Press to cycle through the modes
(Auto/Quick/Cooling/Fan/Dry)
SLEEP Button
Press to set the unit for
the sleep mode.

TEMPERATURE Buttons
Press to raise or lower
the desired temperature.
FAN SPEED

MODE

FAN DIR.

FAN DIR.
Button
Press to select up/down
direction for fan.

SLEEP
TIMER

ON/OFF

ENTER/
CANCEL

TURBO/MILD

TURBO/MILD
Press to be colder the unit.

TIMER ON/OFF Button


Press to set the unit of or on time.
(0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8,
10, 12, 16, 20, 24hr)
TIMER ENTER/CANCEL Button
Press to enter a timer setting or
to cancel timer setting

REMOTE CONTROLLER

120

COVER
Slide down to access most
of the remote buttons.
Slide down further to
access the battery
compartment.

7. REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSMBLY FUNCTIONAL TEST METHOD

TEST START

No

Power supply again

Power Supply
Is Display at the
beginning ON?

Select ON/OFF button

Yes
Is Display at the
beginning ON?

No

Select Mode button

Is it normal?

No

ERROR

Select FAN SPEED button

Is it normal?

Select FAN DIR. button

Is it normal?

Is display at the
begining ON?

Select TEMP. Button (, )

Is it normal?

No

ERROR

()
No

ERROR

No

ERROR

(Whenever you selectted Temp.


Button, it is changed by 1C (18~32C)
No

ERROR

Select ON/OFF button

121

No
Check the Following
BATTERY SPRING
MICOM
PCB
LCD

Is LCD display OFF?

No

ERROR

Select TIMER ON Button

Is it normal

No

ERROR

Select Timer Enter Button

TIMER display?

No

ERROR

Select CANCEL Button

Is all display OFF?

No

ERROR

Select ON/OFF Button


Select OFF (Timer) Button

Is it normal?

(0.5~24 HOUR)

No

ERROR

Select SLEEP Button

SLEEP MODE
Display ON?

No

ERROR

Select SLEEP Button

Is display at the
beginning ON?

No

ERROR

TEST OK!

122

9. THE OTHERS AND REFERENCES


9-1. RECENT TECHNOLOTY TRENO
1. ROTARY COMPRESSOR
(1) Functional Description
a. Key components

Figure 1-1. Rotary Compressor Components

A cutaway view of the rotary compressor is shown in Figure 1-1. The stator is rigidly attached to the compressor
shell(Middle Shell) and the rotor is pressed onto the eccentric shaft of the pump assembly. The accumulator is
directly connected with pump assembly. Both the discharge valve and discharge muffler are attached to the motor
bearing. The pump bearing provides a thrust surface for the shaft and the rolling piston. Compressed gas is
separated from the suction gas by the vane. Discharge gas pressure and the vane spring keep the vane in contact
with the rolling piston.

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b. Compression process

Figure 1-2. Rotary Compressor Compression Process

The compression process indicated in Fig. 1-2. To separate the high and low pressure areas, the rolling piston and
eccentric shaft are fitted in the cylinder with a vane which is located in the cylinder slot. As the eccentric shaft
turns, suction gas flows through the suction inlet and into the cylinder area(1). As the shaft rotates through 90, the
rolling piston moves to right position(2), and Gas in compression volume has been compressed above suction
pressure. When the crank angle is reached 180 (3), the rolling piston moves to bottom dead center and both the
compressed gas and suction gas volumes are now equal. Another 90 of shaft rotation is shown in (4).
Compressed gas has reached a pressure sufficient to open the discharge valve, and flows from the cylinder into
the compressor shell. After another 90 of shaft rotation, the entire precess begins again.
The major design requirements and precision fit and optimum clearance. The rolling piston is not in actual contact
with the cylinder wall vane, or bearing faces. Hydrodynamic sealing witch is dependent upon clearance, surface
speed, oil viscosity, and sufave finish of the components, prevents leakage from the compressed gas volume to
the suction volume via these paths. In addition, the line contact between the vane to and the rolling piston requires
careful selection and control of materials to provice wear resistance and reliable long-term operation.

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2. Features of rotary compressor


(1) General Characteristics
FEATURE

RECIPROCATING

ROTARY

E.E.R

Low

High

Size

Large

Compact

Weight

Heavy

Light

Shell Pressure

Low

High

Shell Temperature

Low

High

Valves

Suction & Discharge

Discharge Only

Liquid Sluging

Excessive

Less

Oil Foaming

Yes

Less

Motor Thermal Shock

Yes

No

Vibration Isolation

Inner spring and piping

No

Table 2-1. Comparison of Rotary and Reciprocation Compressors

(2) Less heat transfer to the suction gas


High-side construction refers to the shell being at discharge pressure and discharge gas used to cool the motor
The rotary compressor inlet is directly piped to the cylinder, resulting in lower superheat for the suction gas. Lower
suction superheat results in higher suction gas density, higher mass flow, and therefore, higher capacity for the
same input power
In reciprocating compressors, on the other hand the suction gas enters into the shell where it is further vaporized,
contacting the hot motor winding and then drawn into the cylinder for compression. Therfore superheat of the
suction gas in the compressor is higher than that of rotary compressor.
The user is cautions that the shell of a rotary compressor is hotter than for a reciprocating compressor. The highside rotary compressor design eliminates the need for an internal discharge line which is found in low-side
reciprocating designs. This reduces heat transferred to the suction gas improving refferency, while improving the
reliability of the compressor.

(3) No Suction Valve


There is an even more important consequence of the rotary geometry. Since the suction phase takes place
continuously and the suction port is isolated from the discharge port by the vane and rolling piston, no suction
valve is required in the rotary compressor. Moreover, the suction line is always left open during operation and has
a simple hole. This minimizes suction lesses.

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(4) Liquid Slugging


Liquid slugging is one of the most important problems in compressor
failure. In the system employing a reciprocating compressor, the low
pressure shell is pumped down to the vacuum condition
instantaneously to start up. As a result, excess liquid refrigerant
penetrates the shell. Moreover, liquid migration remains in the shell
and cannot be expelled readily through the discharge valve. The liquid
refrigerant is incompressible and cylinder pressures rise rapidly to
extreme levels. The liquid refrigerant also undergoes into the cylinder
of the rotary compressor with the suction gas, but the overpressure
acts on the tip redius of the vane to generate a force which overcomes
the forces holding the vane against the rolling piston. As a result, the
vane is lifted momentarily allowing a part of the liquid to be unloaded
into the low side of the cylinder. In this way, all of the liquid refrigerant
can be gradually disposed of in successive compression cycles without
damage.

Figure 2-3. Liquid Slugging

(5) Oil Foaming


When a low-side compressor is idle for an extended period of time, significant amounts of liquid refrigerant can
become mixed with the lubricating oil. At start-up under these conditions, the internal pressure in the shell is
reduced rapidly, resulting in rapid boilling of the refrigerant. This produces significant amounts of foam, which can
interrupt the lubrication of the bearings and can cause much of the oil to be carried out of the compressor and into
the system. Both of these conditions can adversely affect the reliability of the compressor.
The rotary compressor is a high-side design, so that the shell pressure increases at start-up. This prevents
significant foaming compared to a low-side design. Liquid refrigerant in the oil is boiled off by the relatively gradual
increase in temperature as the compressor runs.

(6) No heat shock for motor winding


Usually the motor winding temperature during operation of the reciprocating compressors is up to 80C. But when
the units are operated in ON-OFF cycle. the motor is cooled instantaneously by cold liquid refrigerant at restart.
This is a periodically recurring problem and this phenomenon may damage the enamel and insulation coat of the
winding wire. In case of the rotary compressor, as the suction gas enters directly into the cylinder and that the
motor which is fitted in the high pressure shell is cooled by the discharge gas there is no such problem as
mentioned above.

(7) Size
In the rotary compressor, the shell and motor stator are in direct contact. The shell, as a matter of fact, is shrunk fit
around the stator and the pump is welded to the shell without internal suspension system. Reciprocating
compressors typically are internally spring mounted to isolate the compression mechanism from the shell.
Elimination of this suspension system allows the shell size to be smaller for a rotary than for a reciprocating
compressor of the same capacity.

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3. Compressor Replacement
In case of rotary compressor failure in the field, the failed compressor must be replaced by the new one because it
is impossible to repair compressor itself in the field. The cause of compressor failure often results from systems
electric curcuit failures. Therfore, such cause must be traceed and eliminated when compressor is replaced.

(1) How to judge the necessity of replacement


a. First Check - Electric performance
1) Remove the compressor wiring
2) Clean up the compressor terminal by alcohol etc.
3) Check the Dielectric resistance
4) Check the motor winding resistance (Main and Sub)
Temperature adjustment VS winding resistance can be calculated as the following formula.
R1 = 234.5+T1
E0 234.5+20

R1=Actual resistance ()
R0=Actual resistance at 20C ()
T1=Coil temperature when measuring
winding resistance

b. Judgement

Case

First Check (Electric performance)


Second Check
Motor Condition (Refer to 5.1.3)
Dielectric
Winding
Resistance
Resistance
Starting
Test

OK
NG

Compressor
Replacement

Cleaning up the
Ref. Cycle
(Refer to 5.1.4)

No (No failure)
Yes (Locked)

NO

>1M

Both Main &


Sub : Normal

>1M

Main and/or Not burn out but


Sub:Abnormal
Abnormal

Do not try

Yes (Burn out)

Yes (May be)

1>0M

Main and/or May be burn out


Sub:Abnormal

Do not try

Yes (Burn out)

Yes (May be)

0M

Main andor
Sub:Abnormal

Do not try

Yes (Burn out)

Considered
Yes

Not burn out

Is necessary
burn out

Table 5-1. Judgement of compressor replacement

c. Second Check - Starting Test


Check starting capability of compressor only case A in table 5-1.
a) Connect the running capacitor to compressor.
b) If compressor does not start, it is necessary to replace the compressor as it is in the locked condition with some
reason.
c) If compression does start, it may not necessary to replace the compressor but check another factor

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d. Cleaning of refrigeration cycle


Necessity of cleaning of refrigeration cycle can be determined based upon the degree of compressor oil
deterioration. (oxdization). As it is difficult to tel how far such oxdization is done. the following procedure is
desirable.
1) Take out oil about 10cc from replaced compressor and put it into test tube.
2) Compare the color, cleaness and smell to the original cycle oil.
3) If the color and/or cleaness are not same as the original, the refrigeration cycle must be cleaned at compressor
replacement.

(2) Replacement procedures


a. Remove the compressor from refrigeration cycle
When replace the compressor, DAEWOO recommand following procedure
1) Purge the refrigerant until the cycle pressure shall be reduced and the inside gas does not blow out.
2) Separate the discharge and suction pipes from those connected pipes using the welding torch.
3) Check the oil refering to the section 5.1.4.
4) If cleaning of refrigeration cycle is necessary, the following points must be considered.
a) Capillary tube must be replaced to new one.
b) Condensor & evaporator must be cleaned up or replaced to new one.
c) Discharge & suction connecting tubes must be cleaned up or replaced to new one.
d) Coupler must be attached on the process tube.
e) Dryer and filter in the cycle must be replaced to new one.
f) Refrigeration cycle can be cleaned up as follows.
- Liquid of freon R11 or a like (which has high oil resolution performance) shell be injected into
condensor/evaporator. Then the air-blow shall be done into the cycle. This precedure should be repeated
serveral times until the freon liquid becomes clear even after air-blow
- Keep the continuous air-blow until injected refrigerant shall be completely disappeared from the
condensor & evaporator.

b. Set a new compressor into the cycle


1) After cleaned up the refrigeration cycle, assemble the components such as condensor, evaporator, pipings,
capillary tube, dryer, filter, process tube etc.
2) Put the grommets into compressor mounting and place the compressor onto RAC chasis. Then blaze discharge
and suction tubes into the cycle.
3) Charge a small amount of refrigerant or N2 Gas both from highside and lowside process tube. Then check the
leakage. After leakage test, purge the gas from the cycle.
4) Evacuate at least 30 minutes at both high and low side process tubes. During this period, connect wiring to
compressor.
5) Charge the refrigerant gas from low side process tube.
6) Run the compressor and keep charging R22 refrigerant gas from low side process tube unitl the charging
amount shall reach to the determined valve.
7) After charging R22 to the determined amount, pinch the low side process tube and blaze it closed.

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4. Troubleshooting and Service chart


No.

Complaint

Possible Cause

Repair

1. Line disconnect switch open


2. Fuse removed or blown.
3. Overload protector tripped
4. Control stuck in open position
5. Control off due to cold location
6. Wiring improper or loose.

1. Close start or disconnect switch


2. Replace fuse
3. Refer to electric section
4. Repair or replace control
5. Relocate control
6. Check wiring against diagram
1. Check wiring against diagram
2. Determine reason and correct
3. Determine reason and replace
4. Determine reason and correct,
replace if necessary
5. Replace compressor

Compressor will not hum

Compressor will not start


hums but trips on OLP

1. Improperly wired
2. Low voltage to unit
3. Starting capacitor defective.
4. Relay failing to close.

Compressor starts and runs,


but short cycles on overload

5. Compressor motor has a winding


open or shorted.
6. Internal mechanical trouble in
compressor.
7. Liquid refrigerant in compressor

6. Replace compressor
7. Add accumulator

1. Additional current passing through 1. Check wiring diagram. Check for a


O.L.P.
added fan motors, etc. connected
to wrong side of O.L.P.
2. Low voltage to unit
2. Determine reason and correct
3. O.L.P. defective
3. Check current, replace O.L.P.
4. Run capacitor defective
4. Determine reason and replace
5. Excessive discharge pressure
5. Check ventilation, restrictions in
cooling medium, restrictions in
refrigeration system.
6. Suction pressure too high
6. Check for possibility of
misapplication. Ue stronger unit
7. Suction gas temperature too hot
7. Check refrigerant charge, add if
possible
8. Compressor motor has a winding 8. Replace compressor
shorted.
1. Overload protector
2. Thermostat
3. High pressure cut-out due to:
a. Insufficient air supply
b. Overcharge
c. Air in system
4. Low pressure cut out due to:
a. Liquid line solenoid leaking
b. Compressor valve leak
c. Undercharge
d. Restriction in expansion device

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1. See 3 above
2. Differential set too close widen
3-a. Check air supply to condenser
3-b. Reduce refrigerant charge
3-c. Purge
4-a. Replace
4-b. Replace
4-c. Fix leak, add refrigerant
4-d. Replace device

9-2. MOLLIER DIAGRAM


1. Refrigerant state transition on Mollier diagram
(1) Refrigerant changes iso-barically and iso-thermally in evaporator, so enthalpy (the heat absorbed from
evaporator) increases as shown in Figure 7.1 below.
(2) In compressor, as the running speed of compressor is fast, it is thought there is no thermal input/output from or
to the outside within a short time, which is regarded as an adiabatic change. Accordingly the compression
process rises upto the discharge pressure along the iso-entropic line and
the amount of energy of the compressor is the same as the enthalpy
change of refriegrant between compressor cylinder inlet and outlet.
(3) In condenser, the overheated vapor is cooled as much as the degree of
overheat, saturated, and then condensed and somewhat over-cooled.
The process is established by an isobar process, so an enthalpy down
(the calorie emitted from condenser) happens horizontally on diagram.
(4) Expansion process is a throttle expansion which there is no enthalpy
change before and after the expansion valve and the pressure and
Figure 7.1 Refrigerating cycle
temperature drop, so the process changes vertically downward.

2. How to draw a refrigerating cycle


For example, draw a refrigerating cycle under the following operating condition.
(1) Evaporation & condensation temperature :
Find an evaporation temperature 8C on the saturated liquid line or saturated vapor line in Mollier diagram and
draw a horizontal line, isobar line (pressure 6.54 kg/cm2 abs) from that point. In the same manner, draw a
isobar line at condensation temperature 46C, and the evaporation and condensation process changes states
between two isobar lines.
Refrigerant

R-22

Evaporation temp.

8C

Condensation temp.

46C

Overheat temp. of suction gas.

8C

Temp. just before expansion valve

40C

Figure 7.2 Evaporation & condensation temperature

Figure 7.3 Suction gas state of compressor

(2) Suction gas state of compressor :


The state of compressor suction gas is the same as that of refrigerant at evaporator outlet, and the evaporation
temperature and is 8C and the degree of superheat is 8C, so the temperature of suction gas is to be 16C
Accordingly the state point of compressor suction gas is the intersection between pressure 6.54 kg/cm2 abs at
wet vapor 8C and superheat vapor 16C, and is a point of pressure 6.54 kg/cm2 abs, teperature 16C, enthalpy
152.0 Kcal/kg, non-volume 0.0024m3/kg, entropy 1.182 Kcal/kg K. (See Figure 7.3)

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(3) Discharged gas state (the state at compressor outlet or condenser inlet) :
An adiabatic change is almost seen in compressor, so the state of discharged gas follows the isentropic line at
point B of Figure 7.4. Accordingly the state point of discharge gas is the intersection with wet-vapor pressure
18.1 kg/cm2 abs entrophy 1.138kcal/kg K at condensation temperature 46C, and is a point of pressure
18.1kg/cm2 abs, temperature 75C, enthalpy 158.0Kcal/kg, specific volume 0.00152m3/kg, entropy 1.182
Kcal/kg K, and superheat 30C. (Figure 7.4)

Figure 7.4 A state of discharge gas

Figure 7.5 A state of condensed liquid

(4) State of condensed liquid :


The temperature of refrigerant liquid just before expansion valve in the design coldition is 40C, so the state
point is the intersection between 46C wet air pressure 18.1kg/cm2 abs and 40C isothermic line (point C of
Figure 7.5) in pressure 18.1kg/cm2 abs, temperature 40C, enthalpy 112.0 Kcal/kg, supercooling 6C.
(5) State of expansion valve outlet (The state of evaporator inlet) :
The state is changed on isentropic line without thermal input/output in expansion vlave, so the state point is the
intersection between enthalpy 112.0 Kcal/kg line and evaporation temperature 8C isothermal line (point D of
Figure 7.6) at pressure 6.54kg/cm2 abs, teperature 8C, enthalpy 112.0 Kcal/kg, specific volume 1.0080m2/kg,
entrophy 1.025 Kcal/kg K, and the degree of dryness 0.2.

Figure 7.6 A state of expansion valve outlet

Figure 7.7 A standard refrigerating cycle

For the refrigerating cycle a-b-e-f as shown in Figure 7.7, if the cooling capacity of condenser increases by the
temperature down of saturated liquid, cooling water or air and then the temperature of condenser outlet
refrigerant liquid decreases, the refrigerating cycle will be a-b-e-f. Likewisely, the temperature difference when
the temperature of condenser outlet refrigerant liquid is below the temperature of saturated liquid at that
pressure is called the degree of supercooling, which enhances the refrigerating effect. The effect of
supercooling is as follows.
Standard
Refrigerating effect
Coefficient of performance

qe=ia-ig
qe = ia-id
Al = ib-ia
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Supercooling rise

<
<

qe=ia-if
qe = ia-if
Al = ib-ia

3. Calculation of refrigerating cycle


(1) Refrigerating effect :
Calories which evaporator absorbes, and the refrigerant flowing through evaporator is a wet vapor and at outlet
a superheat vapor. In D-A process in Figure 7.8, refrigerant absorbs Calorie qu from surroundings with
evaporating.

qe=iA-iD....................................................................(7.1)
The refrigerating effect is one which is calculated by equation (7.1), and is expressed in calories which
refrigerant 1kg absorbs from evaporator during A-B-C-D cycle.
The refrigerating effect when the state of refrigerant gas sucked into compressor is changed into A, A in
Figure 7.8 is as follows.

qe=iA-iD .................................................................(7.2)
qe=iA-iD................................................................(7.3)

Figure 7.8 Refrigerating effect

Figure 7.9 Work of compresion

(2) Work of compression :


The heat equivalent of work which has
compressed refrigerant 1kg is the difference of
enthalpy between compressive process A-B as
shown in Figure 7.9, and the equation of
calculation is as follows.

Al=iB-iA ....................................................................(7.4)
(3) Calorie of condensation :
The calorie emitted from condenser is the sum of
the refrigerating effect and the heat equivalent of
work. (Figure 7.10)

qe=qe-Al

Figure 7.10 Calorie of condensation

=(iA-iD)+(iB-iA)=iB-iD ...................................(7.5)

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(4) Circulation amount of refrigerant :


An amount of refrigerant to be evaporated in evaporator to obtain the refrigerating capacity needed. It is
expressed in the weight by the unit time.
G= Q ...................................................................................(7.6)

qe

G : Circulation amount of refrigerant (kg/h)


Q : Refrigerating capacity needed (Kcal/h)
qu : Refrigerating effect by the refrigerant 1kg (Kcal/kg)
To decide the capacity of compressor, the circulation amount of refrigerant should be converted into the suction
gas amount of compressor.
V=GVA= Q

Qva 3
qe VA = iA-iD (m /h) ............................(7.7)

V : Suction gas amount of compressor (m3/h)


VA : Specific volume of refrigerant at compressor inlet (m3/kg)
The amount of piston extrusion is calculated as follows.
V= D2L X 60nL .....................................................(7.8)

D : Diameter of cylinder (m)


n : Rotational speed of compressor (rpm)
L : Piston stroke(m)
N : No. of cylinder
(5) Coefficient of performance :
The efficiency of refrigerating cycle. It is expressed in COP as the abbreviation of Coefficient of Performance.
COP =

qe
Refrigerating effect
Refrigerating effect
=
=

Al
Heat equivalent of work
Shaft power for compressor (KW) x 860

iA-iD
iB-iA

.......................(7.9)

Al : Heat equivalent of work for compression (Kcal/kg)


qe : Refrigerating effect (Kcal/kg)
COP is greater than 1, and the greater COP is, the better the performance is.
For the general COP of refrigerator, compressive efficiency c and machine efficiency m should be
considered.
COP=COP x c x m ..............(7.10)
Example) By using the Mollier diagram of R-22, find the compression ratio, refrigeratiny effect, work of
compression, calorie of condensation, circulation amount of refrigerant, coefficient of performance,
and refrigerating effect per 1KW.
Condensation pressure : Pd = 18.1kg/cm2abs
Evaporation pressure : Ps = 6.5kg/cm2abs
Compression ratio
: Pr = Pc/Pe = 18.1/6.5=2.78
Enthalpy
: iA=148.5kcal/kg
iB=158.5kcal/kg
iC=110kcal/kg
iD=110kcal/kg
iC=iD=112kcal/kg
iE=148kcal/kg
Accordingly, Refrigerating effect
: Q1=iA-iD=148.5-110=38.5[kcal/kg]
Work of compression
: A1=iB-iA=158.5-148.5=10[kcal/kg]
Calorie of condensation
: q2=iB-iC=158.5-110=48.5[kcal/k]
Circulation amount of refrigerant : G=Q/q1=3320/38.5=86.2[kg/h.RT] (per 1 Refrigerating Ton)
COP
: q1/A1=38.5/10=3.85
Refrigerating effect per 1KW
: k=860x3.85=3311[kcal/h. KW]

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Mollier diagram

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9-3. PSYCHROMETRIC CHART


1. Psychrometric chart
Psychrometric chart shows the characteristics of moist air by a
diagram, including i-x, t-x, and t-i diagram. The i-x diagram is
shown in the right side. A point expressing the state of air in the
psychrometric chart is called a state point, which is used ofr finding
a dry-bulb temperature, wet-bulb temperature, dew point
temperature, relative humidity, absolute humidity, enthalpy, etc.
For example, at dry-bulb temperature 26C, and relative humidity
50%, the enthalpy, absolute humidity, wet-bulb temperature, dew
point temperature and specific volume is found from the
psychrometric chart as follows.
Enthalpy I = 12.6 (Kcal/kg)
Absolute humidity x = 0.0105 (kg/kg)
Wet-bulb temperature t = 18.71(C)
Dew point temperature t = 14.70 (C)
Specific volume v = 0.862 (m3/kg)

Figure. Psychrometric chart

2. Discomfort index(DI)
In summer, Discomfort Index is frequently used in the weather forecast on TV or newspapers. Man feels hot or dry
according as the relative humidity is high or low, but not the absolute humidity. Generally, now that we feel
discomfortable at high relative humidity, the state which is felt uncomfortable at both dry-bulb and wet-bulb
temperature may be expressed empirically as an equation, Discomfort Index (DI), which is used as an emotional
index for summer temperature and humidity condition.
* DI = (Wet-bulb temperature + Dry-bulb temperature) x 0.72+40.6
* Degree of DI
DI

Degree of DI

86

Intolerable discomfort (Unable to bear the sultry weather.)

80

Everybody feels uncomfortable. (Sweat at hot weather.)

75

Half or more people feel uncomfortable. (Feel the heat a little.)

70

Start to feel uncomfortable.

68

Comfortable

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3. Dewing
The most damp condition of air is at the saturated air condition of relative humidity 100% which is unable to contain
moisture any longer. As a result, the water vapor (moisture) in the air is condensed and turned into liquid as
waterdrop which can be seen. Such phenomenon is called dewing or condensation, commonly sweating.
Dew point temperature means the temperature of air when starting to form dew. For example, when taking out a
bottle of beer from refrigerator in summer, you have probably seen several times the surface of beer bottle sweats,
that is, waterdrop form. The phenomenon is because the moist air around the bottle of beer is changed repidly into
a state beyond relative humidity 100% with rapid cooling below the dew point temperature, and the vapor in the air
not contained forms dew. Maybe you have ever experienced damages that summer cooling in your house caused
the bedclothes in wardrobe to be damp by de wing or the winter heating caused to form dew on window and
waterdrop to flow into wall or floor carpet.
Dewing prevention
Such a fine particle (vapor in air) that its shadow or shape has never appeared is rapidly cooled when it touches a
cold substance below dew point temperature. That is, shocking or starting by rapid cooling causes waterdrops to
be emerged out; dewing.
It is necessary to prevent from dewing in room because it gives trouble. For example, in order to keep room
windows from dewing in heating, insulation effect should be increased by making room humidity down or using a
double window.
Americans frequently does not humidify when heating, and if humidifying, they lower room humidity considerably.
Relative humidity in room to prevent inner area from dewing
Heat loss
rate
[Kcal/m2hC]

-10

-7.5

-5

-2.5

+2.5

6
5
4
3
2
1

22[%]
29
37
48
62
79

25[%]
32
41
52
65
80

29[%]
36
44
55
67
82

33[%]
40
48
59
70
83

38[%]
40
48
59
70
83

43[%]
50
58
66
76
87

48[%]
55
62
70
79
89

Outdoor temperature [C]

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Psychrometric chart

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9-4. NOISE CHARACTERISTICS


1. Sound composition :
The physical amount of sound is expressed in a logarithm and the sound level (dB) is calculated by simple addition
or subtraction.
Lc, the sum of n sounds L1, L2, ... Ln (dB) is calculated by the following equation.
Lc = 10 log (10L1/10+10L2/10+ ... 10Ln/10)
Generally, the noise level by composing two sounds of L1 (dB) and L2 (dB) is found in the following figure.
Example) When composing 60dB and 57dB sounds, the level of
complex sound is calculated as follows.
L1-L2=60-57=3
In the left figure, L 1.7
Complex sound level : L3=L1+L=60+1.7=61.7dB
L3=L1+10 log (1+10-(L1-L2)/10)=L1+L(L1L2)
The equation is applied to the sound decomposition
method.

Figure. Calculation chart of dB composition

When complex sound (measured sound) is L3(dB) and


background noise is L2(dB), the object sound L1(dB) is calculate
as follows.
L1=L3+10 log (1-10-(L3-L2)/10)=L3-L(L3L2)
Example) While machine sound is measured 65dB, the noise at
machine stopping is 63dB.
Accordingly the noise level of machine itself is
L3-L2=65-63=2
In the right figure, L 4.33
Noise level of machine is
L1=L3-L=65-4.33 60.7

Figure. Calculation chart of dB decomposition

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2. Sound attenuation
The sound pressure level Lp[dB] at r[m] from a point sound source is composed of the following equation.
Lp= Lw+10 log (Q/4r2+4/R)
Lw : Power level of sound source
R : Real integer
Q : Directional factor (Spherical sound : 2, Semi-spherical sound : 2)
Generally the noise level Lpr (dB) at r[m] from the sound source is
Lpr = Lps - 20 log r + C
* Lps : Sound source level (dB)
C : Characteristics of sound sources including a point sound source and plane sound source
And the noise level Lp1 and Lp2 at r1 and r2 from noise source is
Lp1 = Lps - 20 log r1 + C, Lp2 = Lps - 20 log r2 + C
Therefore, eliminate Lps, and Lp2 = Lp1 + 20 log r1/r2
Example) In a condition the four condensers of noise level
50dB are placed parallelly, what is the complex
noise at point A? And what is the sum of noise at
background noise 35dB and 1m distance?
1) The noise level at point A of each aircon is ;
Lpa = Lpb = 50+20 log 1/2=44.0
Lpc = 50+20 log 1/3 = 40.5
Lpd = 50+20 log 1/4 = 38.0
2) Considering the noise source, the complex noise level is;
L = 10 log (1044/10+1044/10+1040.5/10+1038/10+1035/10)=48.5(dB)

3. Allowable level of noise


(1) NC curve
NC curve as an abbreviation of Noise Criteria is a curve
expressing the allowable level by frequency for noise
evaluation.
For NC 50, the band level at octave frequency band 12002400Hz is at 50dB and the high level is allowed at low
sound side. To inhibit to NC50, the result of octave band
analysis at that sound should be below NC50 curve.

(2) Allowable level of noise


Place

NC Curve

dB (A)

Place

NC Curve

dB (A)

Studio
Music hall
Theater
Classroom
Conference room
Apartment, Hotel

15-20
20
0-25
25
25
25-30

25
30
35
40
40
40

House
Hospital
Library
Small office room
Large office room
Factory

25-30
30
30
30-35
45
50

40
35
40
45
50
60-70

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9-5. LOAD CALCULATION


1. Cooling / Heating load calculation
1) Calorie from wall body
2) Calorie from glass
3) Calorie by clearance wind
4) Calorie generated from human body
5) Calorie generated from thermal instruments
6) Shaft heat load of wall body
7) Acquired calorie within machine
8) Others (Outdoor load)
The cooling load is calculated by summing up from item 1 through item 8. As a reference, the calorie generated
from human body is as follows.
Table 7-1 Calorie from human body (Kcal/h. person)
Room temp

Working posture

28(C)

27(C)

26(C)

24(C)

21(C)

Example

Total

SH

LH

SH

LH

SH

LH

SH

LH

SH

LH

Sit upright

Theater

88

44

44

49

39

53

35

58

30

65

23

Studying

School

101

45

56

48

53

48

61

40

66

32

Office work/light walking Hotel Dept.

113

45

68

50

63

54

59

62

51

72

41

Erect, sit upright, walk

Bank

126

45

81

50

76

55

71

64

62

73

53

Business

Restaurant

139

48

91

56

83

62

77

71

68

81

58

Seated work

Light work at factory

189

48

141

56

133

62

127

74

115

92

97

Normal dancing

Dance hall

215

56

159

62

153

69

146

82

133

101

114

Walking 4.8(km/h)

Heavy work at factory 252

68

184

76

176

83

169

96

156

116

136

Balling

Balling

113

252

117

248

121

244

132

233

153

212

365

Note : SH : Sensible heat, LH : Latent heat


Example) Calculation of simple cooling capacity
By using a simple cooling capacity calculation table, calculate the cooling load.

Condition :

Aprtment living room (middle layer)


4 persons in room
2 fluorescent light 20W
One TV set 150W

Sunshine
Veranda
Sliding door
(Double window)
(Curtain)

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2. Simple cooling capacity calculation table


Item
1. Window

Area(m2)
E

Max.
direction of

(Double

No

window:

Sunshine S

2. Outer wall

Load(Kcal/h)

Calculation method
(1) Calculate each window load for
one direction only of maximum
load.
(2) For all the other windows,
calculate as Others item.
(The sunshine window not max.
load, the east, west & south
windows all day shade, and north
window are calculated as others.)

Sunshine S

sunshine load

Coeffi.x4)

Coeff.

Others

50

Sunshine

25
25

North, Shade

10

(1) For outer wall area, subtract


the window area.
(2) All of each outer wall to the
directions (east, west, south)
with sunshine is calculated as
sunshine and the outer wall to
north or shade direction is
calculated as north and shade.

10
3.

Sliding door,
glass

15
15

Compartment

4. Ceiling

5. Floor

6. Ventilation

Wall, Open/
close door
(APT entrance)

10

Upper is room.

10

Upper is roof.

35

Lower is ground.

Lower is room

10

Korean-style house

25

Western-style
house

15

10
(1) Use the area of ceiling.
(2) The upper part of the top floor
or one story building is roof.
(1) If the space beneath floor is
ventillated even though it is
ground, calculate as room.
(1) Be ventilated by a clearance
wind or door open/close. If
using a fan, this calculation is
not applicable.
(1) Calculate maximum number of
persons if possible, but follow
customers request.
(2) Unless otherwise specified,
general housing is based on
one person per floor area
3.3m2.

7. Person

8. Heater

(1) For sliding doors and glass,


calculate all the movable part.
(2) Calculate wall except sliding
door and glass area.
(3) Do not calculate saparately
wall and sliding door.

Fluorescent light

Electric
heaters

0.86

Gas
instruments
Total

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(1) For other electric appliances,


input (W) by coefficient.
Fluorescent light : coefficient 1.
(2) Gas appliance is calculated
by gas heat * gas consumption.

3. Aircon selection
(1) Calorie required per 1m2
100~130 Kcal/h/m2
(2) Considerations in capacity selection
A place of good insulation, an apartment 300~350 kcal/h
A palce of poor insulation, a slate building 450~500 kcal/h
A place of poor insulation and many windows 500 kcal/h or over
A place of poor insulation, many windows, much sunshine 520 kcal/h or over
Western or southen room (+)
Many persons in a room (+)
Heater in a room (+)
(3) Rough selection of capacity
Considering the above (2), add the clearance rate by 10% each except for lecture room, kitchen, or special
area, and select the capacity.
The nominal area is selected on the basis of outdoor 35C and indoor 27C, but actually the temperature in
condenser is higher than standard condition according to summer hottest temperature and condenser
installation condition, so the capacity selection by the rough method does not matter.

9-6. THE COORDINATION COEFFICIENT OF COOLING CAPACITY


You can use the cooling selection guide chart to determine the size unit best suited for the consumers application.

How to read the cooling Selection Guide


1. Determine area to be cooled in sqare feet.
Locate that point on the left side of the Cooling Selection Guide.
2. Move horizontally across to Band A, B or C, according to ceiling condition in the area to be cooled as follows :
- Band A : Occupied space above ceiling
- Band B : Insulated ceiling under attic
- Band C : Non-insulated ceiling unter attic
This band on the Selection Guide indicates a range of BTU/Hr. capacity normally required to cool such an area.

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9-7. REFRIGERANT SYSTEM


1. Refrigerant system trouble shooting
Check the following items when trouble-shooting the refrigerant system.
1) The thermostat setting or remocon temperature setting is not wrong?
2) Air filter is not cleaned?
3) Blower fan control switch is not at low?
4) Ventilation lever is not opened?
5) There is no obstacle in suction or discharge side of outdoor unit?
6) Dirty heat exchanger causes the heat exchanging efficiency to be down? (Thorough cleaning)
7) Cooling/heating load is not increased?
8) Too many persons are in room? (Cooling)
9) The insulation of window gap is not wrong?
If there is no trouble from the above checks and also if there is no trouble on the electric appliances of
airconditioner body, it is assumed as refrigerant system failure.
a) Set aircon to High cool, run cooling for 15 min or more, and measure the temperature difference of
suction/discharge air in indoor unit. (Adjust the wind direction so that wind is discharged to the front direction
in the installed condition.)
b) Measure the voltage and current in running condition.
c) measure the pressure of low pressure side in cooling condition.
(If the temperature is low, convert into the test switch)
1. Temperature difference and current of suction/discharge air in evaporator
No temperature difference.
80% or less of rated current.

Gas leak(almost) Refrigerant


cycle closed.

Temperature difference of
suction/discharge air

Temperature diff. : Under 8C.


80% or less of rated current.

Gas leak, refrigerant cycle


colsed, bad compressor

Running current
measurement

Temperature diff. : Under 8C


Rated current or over.

Excessive refrigerant charging

Temperature diff.
: 8C or over.

No refrigerant cycle trouble

Temperature difference of suction-discharge air


Normally, the temperature difference is based at 10C. Actually, the judgement criteria is 8C, because when the
room humidity is high, the temperature difference is small and when humidity is low, it becomes large.

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2. Pressure and temperature of refrigerant

The pressure in normal condition shows the figure in the right side
table, but the pressure (P1) of high pressure side tube is affected
greatly by the temperature change and about 16kg/cm2. G in a low
temperature condition (indoor/outdoor 21C)
The pressure fluctuation is affected by the tube length or insulation as
well as temperature change, so measure the pressure (P2) of low
pressure side for the trouble shooting of refrigerant system.

Measuring place

Pressure(kg/cm2 G)

P1

About 19.5

P2

About 5.0

<Trouble finding by pressure/temperature>


Pressur (than normal)

Temperature (than normal)

Higher

Cause

Explanation

Bad compression:
Compressor failure, bad
reversing valve

Current flows weakly

Cooling load is small

Current flows weakly

Liquid refrigerant suction :


Excessive refrigerant
charging

High pressure is not


increased rapidly in early
runningstage.

Gas short : Gas leak

Current is low.

Closed : Pipe internal

Current is low.

Higher

Normal

Lower

Note)

Higher

The high/low temperature is a figure converted into pressure.


The low pressure is normally 4.5~6.0kg/cm2G
(Temperature is normally 3C~10C)

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Pressure measurement of low pressure side

As shown in Figure above, connect the manifold gauge to the low pressure (gas side) tube of condenser and
measure the pressure.

3. Symptoms and actions


1) Short of refrigerant
The short of refrigerant appears in a slightly different symptom as (1) no refrigerant or (2) short of refrigerant.
(1) Symptoms
: The temperature difference of suction-discharge air is 8C or less, the running
current is less than the rated current, and the pressure of low pressure side is low.
(These are symtoms changed by short of refrigerant.)
(2) Judgement method : Frost is formed from the capillary tube outlet to the evaporator inlet.
The suction pipe of compressor is not cold. (The temperature of suction pipe is
similar to the outdoor temperature.)
The pressure of low pressure side in cooling is 4kg/cm2. G or less. (Surrounding
temperature : 30C or over)
Refrigerant oil comes out from the evaporator-condenser connections and each
welded portion. (Finding the gas leak place)
(3) Actions
: (1) Find the gas leak area. (Check at balance pressure of 5kg/cm2. G or over.)
(2) Charge refrigerant to the specified level.
(3) Check for gas leak.
2) Closing of refrigerant system
(1) Symptoms
: If the refrigerant system of strainer or cpaillary tube is closed, pressure drops at the
outlet of closed area, and refrigerant evaporates to from and attach dew or frost.
The running current is less than the rated current, and the pressure of low pressure
side is lower than the normal. If completely closed, the pressure of low pressure
side is to be 0kg/cm2.G as time goes by.
(2) Judgement method : The same symptoms as the short of refrigerant appears, and the same
phenomenon occures even if refrigerant is sealed.
It takes 3 min. or more for refrigerant to balance.
If running in the condition, the temperature of discharge gas becomes higher, the
refrigerant oil is deteriorated, and the life time may be affected. (Compressor motor
may be burnt.)

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3) Overcharge
(1) Symptoms

(2) Actions

: The temperature difference of suction-discharge air is 8C or less, the running


current is higher than the specified current, the pressure of low pressure side is
high, and the compressor and suction pipe are cold.
If running in the condition, pressure switch activates at overload operation to make
continuous operation impossible, compressor is difficult to start, and fuse or breaker
is easy to be disconnected.
: (1) Discharge the refrigerant. (By 3~5kg/cm2G)
(2) Charge refrigerant to the specified level.
(3) Check for gas leak.

4) Bad compression
(1) Symptoms

: The temperature difference of suction-discharge air is little, the running current is


less than the specified current, the pressure of high pressure side is low, and the
pressure of low pressure is high.
(2) Judgement method : Close service valve of high pressure side in condenser (front seat) and connect the
manifold gauge to the service valve of low pressure side. (Close the valve)
If the dial of pressure gauge does not indicate 0kg/cm2G or less by cooling in the
condition, the compressor is judged as bad.

Note) If pressure gauge is near 0kg/cm2G, immediately stop the cooling. Otherwise, air flows into the refrigerating
cycle or the compressor motor coating is taken off to cause the poor insulation. So, care should be taken.

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4. Summary of check items by cause


Check item Suction/discharge air temp.
diff. of evaporator
Cause

Cooling 8C Heating 14C

Low pressure

Rated current

High pressure

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Short of refrigerant

Capillary closing
(a part)

Outdoor heat
exchanger
contaminated

Indoor heat
exchanger
contaminated

Bad compressor

2. Precautions on repair
1) When discharging refrigerant (from pipe or body), the discharge outlet should direct the direction where
nobody exists.
2) Do not work near fire or flame.
3) Work in a large space if possible and arrange the scaffold.
4) Especially for working on rooftop, prepare a place to keep tools and take care to prevent from falling.
5) While running (pump down work, test run), do not insert hands into fan.
6) Clean the indoor-outdoor connecting pipes and the manifold gauge edges to be free from dust or moisture.
7) Be sure to fill refrigerant to the specified level. (If refrigerant is too much or short, the capacity is down and
trouble may occur.)
8) Keep tools well, and check the measuring machine periodically.

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9-8. FUNCTION OF ELECTRIC/ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS


1. Diode
1) Function of diode
According to the direction of voltage input into both terminals of diode, current flows or not into diode. Such is the
same as water does not pass a valve reversely.
Each terminal of diode consiste of anode and cathode, and forward current flows from anode into cathode.
CATHODE
(C)
C
POINT
C
POINT
<Anode & cathode>

Water flows like arrow, but not reversely.

Forward direction
(Current flows.)

Reverse direction
(Current hardly flows.)

2) How to use diode


Current flows into diode only when AC voltage is connected forward. So, diode is called a kind of switch.
Typical example of diode use is the switch function of rectifier circuit.

ON
R
FORWARD
DIRECTION

B
B

i
OFF
R
REVERSE
DIRECTION

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(1) Semi-wave rectifier circuit


A circuit using one semiconductor diode is called semi-wave rectifier circuit.
If the sine wave of AC current is input into the primary side of power transformer in the condition the load R is
connected parallelly and capacitor C is not connected as shown in Figure (a), the voltage of the same waveform as
shown in Figure (b) appears in the secondary side of transformer. The voltage waveform appeared on both sides
of load R is the same as (c). During the semi-period that P (anode) is + and N (cathode) is-, current passes
through diode and flows into load R. (the current flow into-diode is the same as the arrow direction of Figure (a).
On the contrary, during the semi-period that P (anode) is - and N (cathode) is +, diode becomes off and so current
does not flow. Accordingly the voltage at both ends of load R shows the waveform as shown in Figure (C).
The waveform is not regarded as a compltet DC current, however, the capacitor C with a big electrostatic capacity
is connected parallelly with load R as shown in Figure (a), when the voltage forms a complete DC current as
Figure (d) by the charge and discharge of C to both terminals of load R.

(a)

(b)

(C)

(d)

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(2) Full-wave rectifier circuit


Another rectifier circuit uses two or four diodes and is called full-wave rectifier circuit.

Both waves rectifier circuit


(a)

(a)

(b)
(b)

Bridge rectifier circuit


(a)

(b)

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3) Zener diode (Constant voltage diode)


Each zener diode has its own voltage (constant voltage), and if the reverse voltage of more than the characteristic
voltage is input into both ends of zener diode, current incureases rapidly and the characteristic voltage is kept. Such
function may be compared to the water flow of dam.

COLOR

MARK

Diode pattern

(If dam water reaches the peak, water overflows, so a constant level is kept.)
Constant voltage (Vz) varies according to the type of zener diode.

RESISTOR
ZENER
DIODE

Vz

Reverse voltage

ZENER VOLTAGE

-I
Reverse current

<Characteristic curve of zener diode>

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VOLTAGE
Reg.

4) Light Emitting Diode (LED)


A diode emitting light when a constant voltage is supplied
LIGHTING

(FORWARD
DIRECTION)

(REVERSE
DIRECTION)

1) Principle of operation
LED is a kind of crystal by PN junction.
When supplying a constant voltage, in order to re-combine an electron and hole by light emission, electron moves
from N area to P-N junction side and hole moves from P area to P-N junction side. A free electron is to be a
combined state, and at that time the set free is emitted as light. The color of light is decided by crystal and an
addition.
P

2~5mm

ANODE CATHODE
<LED ina transparent plastic>
LED does not show the direction of polarity.
The longer lead of LED leads is anode and the shorter is cathode.

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5) How to judge a poor diode


In diode, current is able to flow only from anode to cathode, but not reversely.
DIRECTION OF CURRENT FLOWING

CATHODE SIDE

ANODE SIDE

INDICATES

CATHODE SIDE

<Polarity of diode>
To judge diode as good or poor, supply a positive voltage and negative voltage to diode by the battery of tester
as shown in Figure below and judge through the movement of tester dial by multimeter. If the resistance ratio of
positive voltage and negative voltage is 100:1 or voer, the two diodes are judged good.
For a silicon diode, however, the resistance of reverse firection is an infinity.

(a) Positive direction

(b) Negative direction

<Polarity measuring method of diode>

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2. Transistor
1) Function of transistor

COLLECTOR
C

COLLECTOR
C

Transistor consists of 3 terminals; collector, base,


and emitter.

BASE

BASE

Emitter is conductive or non-conductive by the


voltage on base.

EMITTER

NPN type

EMITTER

PNP type

As above-mentioned, transistor has a function like one switch.


If can be expressed like relay. When the voltage between base and emitter is 0.6-0.8V, the transistor switch between
collector and emitter is ON. Transistor is divided into sillicon transistor and germanium transistor, and recently the
silicon transistor is mostly used. And it is classified into PNP type and NPN type by ttransistor structure. For PNP type,
the voltage direction is opposite and the function is the same.
C
C

C
B

E
C
E

OFF

ON

(If base-emitter voltage increases and is higher than the given, collector-emitter switch is ON.)

2) Voltage and current characteristics of transistor


As a switch function, transistor is used within the range of VBE=0.6~0.8V. The signal amplifier function of transistor
is used in radio circuit. If VBE value more than 0.6~0.8V is input, collector current is abruptly increased and
collector-emitter is turned ON as shown in Figure below.

Collector current Ic(A)

1.0
C

0.8
0.6

OFF
B

0.1
E

ON

0.2
0

0.2

0.4

0.6

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0.8

1.0

3) How to use transistor


The usage for the relay activating circuit of compressor was shown in transistor.
When compressor is activated, 10V is given to point a and 0V for other cases. If transistor is ON and voltage is
input into relay coil when 10V is given to point a, the contact point is ON and compressor starts. (At this time, the
voltage etween base and emitter is 0.6-0.8V.)

POWER
SUPPLY

10V
RELAY
C

R1

TRANSISTOR
B
R2

E
COMPRESSOR

4) How to judge a poor transistor


The quality of transistor is not deteriorated gradually. Therefore, most of good and poor transistors can be
inspected clearly. Speaking in more detail, there are 3 electrodes in transistor, and when anyone of the electrodes
is disconnected or destructed, the transistor is judged as poor.
Transistor is a combination of diodes. So, whether transistor is good or not can be checked simply by measuring
the resistance of positive and negative directions.

EMITTER (E)

COLLECTOR (C)

EMITTER (E)

BASE (B)

EMITTER (E)

COLLECTOR (C)

BASE (B)

COLLECTOR (C)

EMITTER (E)

COLLECTOR (C)

BASE (B)

BASE (B)

NPN type

PNP type
<Transistor from diode view>

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Silicon transistor being frequently used can be checked easily by using X1000 resistance area of multimeter.
Measuring method
1. Check emitter - base.
Negative direction
E

Positive direction

C
[EMITTER]

[COLLECTOR]
B
[BASE]

NORMAL: 1K ~2K

2. Check collector - base.


Negative direction
E

Positive direction

NORMAL: 1K ~2K

3. Check collector - emitter.


CE
E

E C
C
E

B
B

NORMAL:

Note: The cathode of battery was connected by (+) test of circuit test.

Trouble

Judgement method

Emitter-base or collector-base is opened.

Resistance of either positive or negative direction is infinity.

Emitter-collector or base-collector is closed.

Resistance of either positive or negative direction is 0.

Characteristic is deteriorated.

There is no resistance difference in either positive or


negative direction.
<Judgement by multimeter>

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3. Capacitor
1) Principle of capacitor
As shown in the right Figure, put electrode plate A and B of area
S with separating at a constant interval d in vacuum, input
voltage V, and charge of Q=CV(C) is stored between electrodes.
Where, the capacity of capacitor formed by CSMS electrode A
and B is expressed by the following equation.

Square

S: Area of electrode
C=

0
d

S
A
B

d: Distance between electrodes


0: Vacuum permitivity

2) Electrolytic capacitor
Generally, electrolytic capacitor is used for the charge or discharge of power supply and also for voltage stabilizer.
Upon the charging of power supply, the capacity of capacitor is regarded s the area of bottom and the charging
time is in propotion to the resistor value and the capacitor capacity as shown in Figure below.
That is, the closed the mesh of net is and the broader the bottom of bottle is, the longer water filling time is.
t = -RC In (1- V2 )
V1
R: Resistor value
V2: Final voltage

Net = Resistance
C: Capacitor capacity
V1: Initial voltage

V
i
h = t (Charging time)

Vt

Bottom = Capacitor capacity


Capacitor has a polarity, so care shall be taken to (+) and () directions.
The longer lead is (+) and the white marked side beside the parts body is ().
The discharging time of power supply is in proportion to the resistor value and capacitor capacity in the same as
charging. The discharging time is expressed by the following equation.
V2
t = -RC In (
)
V1
R: Resistor value
V2: Final voltage

Net = Resistance

C: Capacitor capacity
V1: Initial voltage
h=t
(Discharging time)

Vt

Bottom = Capacitor capacity


The voltage stabilizer use of capacitor means the voltage change rate is weaken by capacitor capacity and then
capacitor becomes stabilized even over a fine change by the charging or discharging time, though input voltage is
somewhat changed.

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3) Ceramic capacitor
Generally, ceramic capacitor is used for noise removal.
The resistor component of capacitor is in inverse proposition to frequency.
Namely,
1
Xc = ( 2fc )
Most noise is a harmonic component, so Xc becomes very low and by-passes noise into ground potential to
prevent circuit from malfunction.

4) Capacitor shape

radial type
<Electrolytic capacitor shape>

5) Rated voltage of capacitor


The rated voltage of capacitor indicates the
allowable voltage between capacitor electrodes. If
a voltage more than the rated voltage is input, the
electrolyte may be leaked out or destructed, so
special care should be taken to the use polarity
and voltage.

axial type

<Ceramic capacitor shape>

Rated Votage(Vdc)

Code

Rated Votage(Vdc)

Code

3.15

0F

80

1K

0G

100

2A

6.3

0J

160

2C

10

1A

180

2P

16

1C

200

2D

25

1E

250

2E

35

1V

350

2V

40

1G

400

2G

50

1H

450

2W

63

1J

500

2H

6) How to read capacitor capacity


10x103 = 10000(pF) = 0.01(F)

The capacity of capacitor expresses a number of


3 digits in the same as resistance. (The first two
digits indicates significant numbers and then the
number of 0 following the 3rd digit is shown.)

103G

The unit of capacitor is F and the other capacitor


is pF.
So, 470 is 47x10 = 47(F).

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4. Resistor
Resistor is an element that inhibits the flow of current. Compared with the water flow as shown in Figure below, the
resistance is the same as the mesh of net.
If mesh is dense, the water flow is weaken. Likewisely, if resistance is bigger, the current flow becomes weaken.
Namely, V (voltage) = I (current) x R (resistor)

I(current) =

<Ohms rule>

V (voltage)
R (resistor)

High pressure

Current is inverse proportion to resistance. In


Addition to the concept of inhibitiong the water flow,
resistor is an element that the desired current can
be obtained when applying a constant voltage.

Low pressure

<Net is an inhibitor of water flow.>

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1) How to read resistance


(1) General resistances
color

1st color

2nd color

3rd color

4th color

1st No.

2nd No.

Multiplier

Norminal resistance tolerance

Black

10 0

Brown

10

1%

Red

10

2%

Orange

10

Yellow

10

Green

10 5

0.5%

Blue

10 6

Violet

10

Gray

10

White

10 9

Gold

Silver

Colorless

10

-1

5%

10

-2

10%

1 st color

2nd color

3nd color

4th color

Resistance
Value
Ex) If 1st color: Red
2nd color: Green
3rd color: Brown
4the color: Gold,
then 25 x 101 = 250 5%

20%

(2) Fixed density resistances


color

1st color 2nd color 3rd color

4rd color

5th color

1st No.

2nd No.

3rd No.

Multiplier

Norminal resistance tolerance

Black

10 0

Brown

10

1%

Red

10

2%

Orange

10

Yellow

10

Green

10

0.5%

Blue

10

0.25%

Violet

10 7

0.1%

Gray

10

White

10 9

Gold

Silver

Colorless

10

-1

5%

10

-2

10%
20%

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1 st color 2nd color 3nd color

4th color

5th color

Resistance
Value
Ex) If 1st color: Orange
2nd color: Yellow
3rd color: Black
4the color: Red
5th color: Brown,
then 340 x 102 = 34K 1%

5. Thermistor
1) NTC thermistor (NTC = Negative Temperature Coefficient)
It is a resistance element against temperature sensor by a temperature coefficient of semiconductor. The
resistance decreases if temperature increases. Therefore it is used when converting the temperature change into
an electric signal.
(1) Comparison of thermistor function (Room Aircon)
Room suction temperature thermistor
Purpose

Control

Cautions

Pipe temperature thermistor

Sense the room suction temperature, and


Control the temperature of room space.

Measure the temperature of heat exchanger


of product for indoor and outdoor.

Cooling:

Cooling:

comp on temp.=setup temp.


comp off temp.=setup temp.
Heating
comp on temp.=setup temp.
comp off temp.=setup temp. +1C

If the temperature of room heat exchanger is


below -1C, compressor is OFF to prevent
the room heat exchanger from icing.
Heating:
If the temperature of room heat exchanger is
below 38C, Fan is OFF to prevent cool air
from discharging.
Judge if defrosting operation is at work while
heating.

If thermistor is adhered closely to the room


heat exchanger, it is imposible to judge
exactly the suction temperature of room
space by the temperature effect of heat
exchanger.

If thermistor is not inserted exactly into sensor holder and so the contact area with heat
exchanger becomes larger, temperature
sensing of heat exchanger causes a serious problem.

So sensor should not be contacted with the


room heat exchanger.

Therefore, be sure to insert exactly.

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2) PTC thermistor = Posistor (PTC = Positive Temperature Coefficient)


It has a characteristic that a resistance at a point increases rapidly when temperature rises. By using the currentvoltage characteristics, posistor is used as a non-contact relay to rotate compressor.
PTC thermistor has a low resistance (about 4) in the condition that power is not supplied at 100C or lower
temperature. When applying current, temperature rises rapidly by the temperature of element itself and the
increased resistance inhibits the increase of current flowing. Generally a high resistance is kept by self heat
generation while running. (3-5 K).
When voltage is input to compressor, current flows into an auxiliary wire throught PTC thermistor and motor rotor.
At the same time, PTC thermistor generates heat, so the resistance rises and the increase of current flowing is
inhibited by an auxiliary wire. The PTC thermistor keeps the self heating state and high resistance at work, shuts off
surely the circuit of auxiliary wire, and serves as a contactless starting relay.
If power is OFF, the resistance value of PTC thermistor comes back to the initial value and the natural thermal
radiation time requires 5 min. or longer. If power is ON again instantaneously, current hardly flows into auxiliary
wire.

30
Resistance 20
(K)
10
9
8
7
6

main coil
rotor

5
4

PTC Th

3
capacitor
sub coil
2
0

25 50

100

135 150 175


Temperature (C)

<Characteristics of PTC thermistor>

<PTC relay connection>

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6. Varistor
Varistor is a voltage dependent resistance which the resistance is changed by input voltage. When voltage
increases on both ends of varistor, the internal resistance decreases rapidly at a certain voltage (or called as
varistor voltage) level.
The voltage at both terminals does not exceed a certain value due to the flow of overcurrent. Due to such reasons,
varistor uses the primary side of power supply circuit to absorb surge voltage. If power is ON, instantaneously
overcurrent flows, so that in case of lighning, varistor itself is destructed to protect the body.

Current

Voltage

AC power

fuse

<Characteristic graph of varistor>

varistor
(ZNR)

<Example of varistor use>

7. Varistor and fuse


Varistor is to protect circuit from lightening surge or overvoltage. If overvoltage is input, varistor is damaged by short
phenomenon, and at this time the flowing of overcurrent causes fuse to be melted.

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8. Principle of induction motor


AC induction motor is a motor where Flemings rule is directly applied.
Rule of electromotive force (Right hand rule of Fleming)
: If conductor breaks off the magnetic flux, electromotive force is induced to the conductor.

e = Blv[V]

f = Blv[N]

Induction electromotive
force

: e[Volt]

Magnetic flux density : B[Weber/m2]


Length of conductor : l[m]
Velocity

: v[m/s]

Right hand rule of Fleming


(Principle of Generator)

<Principle explanation of
electromagnetic induction>

Force

: f[Newton]

Magnetic flux density : B[Weber/m2]


Current

: i[A]

Length of conductor

: l[m]

Left hand rule of Fleming


(Principle of Motor)

magnetic flux
permanent magnet
torque

torque

eiectric condutor

current
iron core
current

SN
N

permanent
magnet

eiectir
conductor

slip ring

brush

rotor shak
rotor shak

AC

AC

power source

power source

<AC motor with brush (armature rotation type)>

<AC motor without brush (Rotating magnetic field type)>

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Motor characteristic comparison


Condenser type AC motor

BLDC motor

Characteristics

Vcc

Power input part

Hall sensor
Phase control

220V/Hz
H M

Vm
Driving circuit part(IC)

The driving circuit of AC


motor is simple and the
range of control is
narrow. But BLDC motor
has a complicated
driving circuit and the
control characteristics
are wide.

Coil

Coil

Rotor

Magnet

Conductor

(rpm)

(rpm)
V1>V2
V1
V2

Torgue(kgf. cm)
Speed control range is narrow.

The load torque


characteristic for
rotational speed of
BLDC motor is similar to
linearity, and the output
adjustment by input
voltage is easy.

Torgue(kgf. cm)
Speed control range is wide.
Torque control is possible

Input

AC

DC

Control

Phase control

PWM, PAM

Rotor

Conductor

Permanent magnet

Armature wire

Single phase, Tap type

3-phase

Electric noise

Noise by AC current is large.

Switching noise is small.

Efficiency

Low

High

Usability

Motor change is needed. (SET)

Model change is easy. (SET)

Adjusting

Selection width is narrow.

Continuous nonstep speed change

The price of BLDC


motor is high, but overall
characteristics are
excellent and the degree
of SET design freedom
is high.

is possible. (Wide range control of


speed)
Power

Normal power source

SMPS is needed.

Price

Low

High

BLDC motor : Brushless DC motor


PWM
: Pulse Width Modulation

PAM
: Pulse Amplitude Modulation
SMPS : Switching Mode Power Supply

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9-9. ELECTRIC PARTS


It is compressor and motor fan that finallu drives after power is supplied. And it is necessary to check the internal
factors like switches, protectors, or lead wires that are needed to reach the compressor and motor fan to see if their
connections are normal and the external factors to see if voltage is normally supplied.

1. External factors check


1) Working power and voltage drop
The rated voltage for airconditioner is specified in a workable range.
In order to operate airconditioner normally, it is desirable for the working voltage and minimum. starting voltage to
be within the following chart range.
Especially, just the fact that the voltage when airconditioner is not at work is within the working voltage range is
insufficient, and the voltage is sure to be within the working voltage range by measuring in a operating condition.

Input voltage (V1)

Voltage

Voltage drop

* Usable voltage = Product rating 10%

Running voltage (V3)


Starting voltage (V2)
Time

2) Electric wire capacity


The electric wire for airconditioner should have an allowable current more than the load current of the circuit and be
able to control the voltage drop by the load current within 2%.
And it should be a thickness capable of keeping the voltage drop by a starting current within -10%, and especially
for an airconditioner of single phase, the voltage drop (Flicker voltage) by the starting currnet be within about 5%.
A = V1 - V2 : Voltage drop by the starting current of airconditioner (Ficker voltage)
B = V1 - V3 : Voltage drop by the normal running current of airconditioner
V1 - V3

100

V1 - V3

2%(B case)

V1

100

5%(A case)

V1

In case of using an airconditioner in a low voltage area where power supply voltage is low, especially, the Filcker
voltage due to inadequate wires may cause the fluorescent light to be off or may affect the other electric product.
So, care should be taken to the wiring work.

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3) Wire thickness required


Rated current appliance (A)

Nominal cross-sectional area(mm2)

Up to and including 6

0.75

Over 6 up to and including 10

1.0

Over 10 up to and including 16

1.5

Over 16 up to and including 25

2.5

Over 25 up to and including 32

4.0

Over 32 up to and including 40

6.0

Over 40 up to and including 63

10.0

For rated currents up to 3A, a nominal cross-sectional area of 0.5mm2 is only allowed if the length of the cord does
not exceed 2m.

2. Internal factors check

Power
supply

Switches

Operation switch
Rotary switch
Remocon

Function parts

Operation
indicator lamp
Relay
reversing coil
Conductor
Thermistor

Protector

Compressor
Motor Fan

Pressure switch
O.L.P
Fuse

2-1 Insulation resistance


Measure the insulation resistance between live part and dead metal part by 500V insulation resistor to check if
the insulation resisance is more than 10M.
2-2 Insulation resistance measurement of compressor
Measure the insulation resistance of compressor between compressor terminal and dead metal part by
insulation resistor, and the insulation resistance should be above 10M.
Compressor may change the insulation resistance while running. Accordingly, measure the insulation resistance
just after running as needed.
Note: For R-22 used in airconditioner, the dielectric rate on liquid state is high. If a contaminant is mixed into
R-22, the electric resistance is extremely low and the poor insulation is occurred. Accordingly, be sure to
prevent contaminants from mixing into refrigerant system.

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2-3 Running capacitor


1) Earth inspection between terminal and body
As shown in Figure 1, connect a resistor between one side terminal and body of condenser to check for
continuity.
2) Capacity inspection
(1) Remove the lead wire from both terminals of condenser to be checked.
(2) Contact both terminals of lead wire for 2-3 sec., and discharge.
(Be sure to perform to prevent the tester damage before measuring.)
(3) After discharging, contact both terminals of tester with the terminal of condenser to see the dial vibrating
direction of resistor. (See Figure 2.)
There are three kinds of dial vibrating direction in tester, and each vibrating direction and symptom is as
follows.
A: Normal : Dial shakes instantaneously and returns to the original state immediately.
B: Short : Dial remains moved.
C: Capacity consumed up : Dial does not move at all.

Figure 1.

Figure 2.

2-4 Motor fan


1) Power off, remove motor fan, and test independently.
2) Measure the resistance of main coil, sub coil and control coil in motor.
3) Use a good quality of capacitor in testing.
4) Diagnose the following troubles by the independent test, and replace motor.
a) Motor is not started.
b) Motor rotation rises very slowly.
c) Bearing failure : The shaft does not move.
d) Arc occurs in the motor inside.
e) Smoke emits from motor inside.
f) Excessive noise

Black

Brown
O.L.P

Red

White
C

Measuring main coil resistance : White

Black

Measuring sub coil resistance : Brown

Black

Measuring control coil resistance : Red

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Black

2-5 Thermostat
There are 3 kinds of thermostat malfunction.
1) Leak of gas charged in sensor part
2) Short of contact point
3) Wrong wiring
Switch off at room temperature 18-30C, turn carefullu the knob of thermostat from 1 to 10 (the number may be
different or a figure be used according to model) or reversely, and click sounds.
After the sound is heard, turn reversely to check again the click sounds.
If click sounds, the thermostat is in normal. If room temperature exceeds 30C, test should be done after cooling
by putting the sensor part of thermostat into a cold water container because the contact point is not opened.
If knob is turned but click does not sound, remove the thermostat cover and examine the contact point.
The fused contact point should be replaced with a now thermostat.
If contact point is not closed despite of the sensor temperature being sufficiently high, the gas at the sensor part
may be leaked. In this case, replace the thermostat.
When replacing thermostat, be sure to conduct after performing carefully as the above content.

2-6 Thermistor
Pull out the lead wire of thermistor terminal to test continuity.
Connect a tester to the terminal of thermistor and measure the resistance. The resistance value varies
according to the measuring condition and temperature, so in order to vary temperature forcibly, put water in a
cup, cool the sensor part of thermistor, and then measure the resistance, and also measure in a condition that
the sensor part of thermistor becomes warm by hands.

3. Compressor trouble diagnosis


3-1 Electrical troubles
1) Ground test
Test single phase and three phase in the same manner.
(1) Shut off the power supply to product.
(2) Remove the wires connected to the compressor
terminal.
(3) Clean the compressor terminal and discharge (suction)
pipe.
(4) Measure the resistance of discharge (suction) pipe and
each terminal by using a R x 1K scale of Ohm meter.
(5) If dial moves remarkably, the terminal is in ground
state. So, replace the compressor.

OHM Meter
R x 1K

2) Wrong wiring check of compressor terminal


Examine the wiring diagram of compressor terminal or the electric circuit diagram of product on the cover of
compressor terminal to check if there is wrong wiring.
3) Checking of wire disconnection or overload protector (O.L.P) operating condition
This check is to see the wire terminal condition of motor inside, and for a single phases compressor with
O.L.P built-in, it identifies the O.L.P operating condition and wire disconnection.

189

(1) Shut off the power supply to product.


(2) Remove the wires connected to the compressor
terminal.

(3) After checking the ground state, cool the


compressor sufficiently.
(at room temperature)
<For single-phase compressor>

Open

(4) Measure the resistance of each terminal by Ohm


meter R x 1K scale, and if dial does not move,
compressor is in opened condition.
<for three-phase compressor>

(5) Measure the resistance of each terminal by Ohm


meter R x 1K scale, and if dial does not move,
the wire between two therminals is disconnected.

L1

Open
R
L2
Single phase

L3

Three phase

Action: Replace the compressor.


* OLP may be operated by the following causes, so be sure to find and remove the cause.
(1) Operation at low voltage
(2) Defects of operation or starting device
(3) Overheat of compressor motor due to the condensing coil closing, condensing motor defects,
liquid line close, or injection capillary close.

3-2 Mechanical troubles


1) Not starting
(1) Phenomenon : Compressor is not started but the starting current continues to flow.
(2) Checking
a) Check capacitor. (for a type where a capacitor for compressor starting or operating is used)
b) If there is no trouble, it is judged as lock due to the wear of compressor inside or the damage of
lubricating device. Replace the compressor.
2) Poor compression
(1) Phenomenon : Compressor is at work, but the cooling capacity is weak, the pressure of high pressure
side is low and the pressure of low pressure side is high.
(2) Cause : Damage of valve in compressor inside, damage of connectiong rod or crank shaft, or other
internal leak
(3) Checking
a) Stop and then start the condenser fan, and if the pressure of high pressure side does not increase, the
compressor is bad.
b) Measure the teemperature of discharge pipe in compressor, and if it is abnormally low temperature
(50C or less), the compressor is bad.
c) Conduct the pump down test of system to check the compression capacity.
- Power off the product.
- Close the service valve of liquid line. (Rotast the valve rod clockwise to close the valve rod.)
- Start product and observe the suction pressure.
- If compressor is normal by pumping down the system, pressure is kept 0-5 psiG (0-0.35kg/cm2.G),
and if the suction pressure increases, the compressor is bad due to the internal leak or valve damage.
(4) The compressor to be assumed as bad compression should be replaced.
If running for a long time in a bad compression condition, abnormal superheat may occur and the
compressor motor is burnt.
- Clean the cycle.

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3) Overcurrent flowing while running


Check the working pressure, and if there is no trouble, it is assumed as the compressor bearing damage.
Replace the compressor.
(Excessive refrigerant charging may cause the overcurrent.)

9-10. CHECK OUT OF ORDER AND REPAIR


NO
1

OUT OF ORDER STYLE


DO NOT RUN COMPRESS
DO NOT OPERATE DEICE IN
OUTDOOR UNIT (HEATING
MODE)

DIAGNOSIS

REPAIR

OPERATION FOR EMERGENCY


SW: ON, AIR CLEAN LED
BRINKS 1 TIMES
SENSOR OPEN/SHORT

EXCHANGE OR REPAIR THE


SENSOR
CHECK THE PCB TERMINAL
(SENSOR)

OPERATION FOR EMERGENCY


SW AND SHORT TEST PIN
AFTER 15MIN: ON, AIR CLEAN
LED BRINKS 3 TIMES
INSUFFICIENCY OR
EXCESSIVE THE
REFRIGERANT
TOO LONG EXTENSION PIPE

TO SUIT AMOUNT OF
REFRIGERANT

: ON, AIR CLEAN LED BRINKS


3 TIMES
OUT OF ORDER 4WAY VALVE

EXCHANGE OR REPAIR THE


VALVE

OLP TRIPS FREQUENTLY


TO COME OUT ICE
(COOLING MODE)
2

COOLING AND HEATING IS


NOT AS MANY AS YOU LIKE

DO NOT INPUT REMOCON


SIGNAL

CHECK THE BATTERY


CHECK THE RECEIVER
MODULE

EXCHANGE BATTERY
EXCHANGE THE RECEIVER
MODULE

DO NOT OPERATE INSPITE OF


INPUT AC POWER

CHECK THE PCB FUSE


CHECK THE REGULATION
VOLTAGE (5V, 12V)

EXCHANGE FUSE
EXCHANGE TRANSFORMER,
VOLTAGE REGULATOR IC
(7812, 7805)

****** TO CLASSIFY THE MODEL FOR PCB


1) SR1
TO MAKE 1 MAIN PCB
ADAPTED MODEL
DSB-070L/LH, 091L/LH
2) SR2
TO MAKE 2 MAIN PCB (CONTROL PCB & POWER PCB)
ADAPTED MODEL
DSB-121L/LH, 150L, 180L/LH

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9-11. Soldering method


1. How to hold a soldering iron
1) Pen hold type

2) Under shake hand type

Skilled, but after a long time use,


the tip of iron is shaken.

It takes a time to be skilled, but


the holding is stabilized not to be
fatigued.

3) Upper shake hand type

Frequently used for an iron with


grip and iron tip.

2. How to hold a solder


1) Continuous soldering

2) One point soldering

Grip your hand naturally, support with the


thumb, index and little fingers, and add other
two fingers.

One point soldering is possible but continuous


operating is not.

3. Soldering procedure

Process 1

Put the iron tip on base material, and heat.

Process 2

Put solder on base material and melt a proper amount of solder.

Process 3

If a proper amount of solder is melt, quickly separate the solder.

Process 4

When the solder is spread widely on the desired portion, remove


the iron.

192

9-12. PRODUCTS

1. Split room Air Conditioner SPEC Sheet

99 Model

DSA-070L

DSB-070L-D2

DSB(A)-070L

DSA-091L

DSB-091L-D2

DSB(A)-091L

DSA-151L

DSB(A)-181L

DSB(A)-121L

DSB(A)-181L

DSA-101L

DSA-151L-D3

800x615x277

1,035x322x205

6.95

10.1(8.3)

220-240/50(208-230/60)

DSA-122L-D3

DSB-122L-D3

1,035x322x205

Indoor

6.1(5.9)

DSA-101L

925x285x194

Dimension

5.1

2000 Model
925x285x194

208-230/60

800x615x277

Outdoor

4.2(4.0)

750x45x179

654x549x265

Power Source

2.9(3.0)

750x245x179

220-240/50(208-230/60)

(WxHxD)

Heating

Cooling

mm

208-230/60

654x549x265

Electrical
(A)

Running Current

(W)

Heating

Cooling

680(630)

920(850)

1,115

1,297(1,283)

1,502

2,042(1,785)

8.3(9.9)

10.7

2.3

18,000

13.0

9.2(9.4)

1.7

46/56

16,000

12.0

10.0

2.1

46/56

12,000

10.1

9.3(10.1)

2.1

43/47

11,000

9.2

9.9(10.6)

2.1

43/47

9,000

10.0

Cooling
2.1

38/48

7,000

E.E.R
Heating
7.0

Heating

C.O.P
l/Hr
38/47

Cooling

Moisture Removal
dB

m2/min

Actual BTU

Air Circulation

Sleep Mode Auto Control

Soft Dry Operation Mode

Super Power & Mild Function

Automatic Operation

Quiet Operation

Circulation Operation Mode

O
O
O

O
O

Front Temperature & Time Display

Anti-Bacteria Filter

Deodorizing Filter

Electrostatic Filter

Auto Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

Natural Wind Mode

Self-Diagnosis Function

11.7

12-Hour ON/OFF Timer

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

Auto Horizontal & Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

Removal & Washable Grille

150/75

55.8(44.0)

11.7

43

150/75

9.7
34

145/70

228/108

7.0
34

205/105

280/108

7.0
34

205/105

270/129

7.0
34

234/111

145/70

270/129

Indoor Unit (kg)

Outdoor Unit (kg)


` )
40Ft/20Ft (
40Ft/20Ft (

234/111

LCD Remote Controller

Quick Operation Mode

Auto Changeover

Noise Level(Indoor/Outdoor)

Performance

Power Input

654x549x265
654x549x265
mm
Voltage/Hz 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60)

Data

Performance

Function

Net Weight
Stuffing Qty

193

Power Input

(A)

Running Current

Power Source

Outdoor

Indoor

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

10.0

18,000

2.5

10.0

24,000

7.0

2.1

10.5

9.9

7,000

7,000

693

676

3.2

3.0

220-240/50

654x549x265

750x245x179

DSB-070LH-D2

DSB-070LH

10.0

2.1

9.6

9.5

9,000

9,000

940

910

4.2

4.0

220-240/50

654x549x265

750x245x179

DSB-091LH-D2

DSB-091LH

10.4

2.1

9.6

8.3

13,500

12,500

1.410

1,500

6.3

7.0

220-240/50

654x549x265

925x285x194

DSB-122LH-D3

DSB-1211LH

DSB(A)-240L

(W)
Heating

14.0

DSB(A)-182L

Actual BTU
Cooling
2.3

99 Model

(WxHxD)

Dimension

Performance
Heating
13.0

2000 Model

Electrical

E.E.R
l/Hr

Quick Operation Mode

Circulation Operation Mode

Sleep Mode Auto Control

Soft Dry Operation Mode

Super Power & Mild Function

Automatic Operation

Quiet Operation

43/47

Natural Wind Mode

38/48

Front Temperature & Time Display

38/47

Anti-Bacteria Filter

38/48

Deodorizing Filter

36/46

Electrostatic Filter

dB

Auto Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

Auto Changeover

Self-Diagnosis Function

O
Indoor Unit (kg)

234/111

270/129

34

7.0

234/111

270/129

34

7.0

205/105

228/108

34

9.7

40Ft/20Ft (
40Ft/20Ft (

Outdoor Unit (kg)


` )

12-Hour ON/OFF Timer

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

Auto Horizontal & Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

LCD Remote Controller

Removal & Washable Grille

Noise Level(Indoor/Outdoor)

DSB-182L-L3
DSB-240L-TR
DSB-240L-C3
DSB-182L-TR
DSA-240L-TR
DSA-240L-C3
DSA-182L-D3
1,050x298x180
1,050x298x180
1,050x298x180
mm
872x675x277
872x675x277
800x615x277
mm
Voltage/Hz 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60)

Data

C.O.P
m2/min

Performance

Air Circulation

Moisture Removal

Function

Net Weight
Stuffing Qty

194

800x615x277

1,035x322x205

220-240/50(208-230/60)

800x615x277

1,050x298x180

DSA-182LH-TR

220-240/50(208-230/60)

800x615x277

1,050x298x180

DSA-240LH-TR

9,500

897

4.0

220-240/50(208-230/60)

285(11.2)

925(36.4)

DSB(A)-090L

DSB(A)-090L

9,500

1,062

1,125

4.92

5.17

220-240/50

285(11.2)

925(36.4)

DSB-090LH

DSB-090LH

2.1

10.4

DSB(A)-240LH

mm
220-240/50

NA

DSB(A)-182LH

mm
10.8

24,000

DSB(A)-181L

Indoor
Voltage/Hz
11.5

9.0

10,500

99 Model

Outdoor
Cooling
2x050

18,000

11.0

2.1

DSB-240LH-TR

Power Source
Heating
2x230

10.42
11.0

2.5

DSB-240LH-C3

Running Current
Cooling
18,000

10.0

24,500

9.6

2.3

46/52

DSB-182LH-L3

(A)
Heating

10.0

19,000

Heating
2.2

NA

DSB-182LH-TR

(WxHxD)

Dimension

Power Input
Cooling
8.5

18,500

C.O.P
l/Hr

46/52

DSB-181LH

Electrical

(W)
Heating

Moisture Removal

14.0
O

13.0

13.0

m2/min
O

Air Circulation
Auto Changeover

38/48

Quiet Operation

36/46

Automatic Operation

46/56

Super Power & Mild Function

dB

Soft Dry Operation Mode

Sleep Mode Auto Control

O
O

Circulation Operation Mode

Anti-Bacteria Filter

Quick Operation Mode

Deodorizing Filter

Electrostatic Filter

Auto Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

Front Temperature & Time Display

Self-Diagnosis Function

O
Indoor Unit (kg)

145/70

150/75

51.9

12.1

196/86

196/86

34

9.7

196/86

196/86

34

9.7
Outdoor Unit (kg)
` )
40Ft/20Ft (
40Ft/20Ft (

12-Hour ON/OFF Timer

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

Auto Horizontal & Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

LCD Remote Controller

Removal & Washable Grille

Natural Wind Mode

Noise Level(Indoor/Outdoor)

2000 Model

Data

Actual BTU
Cooling

Performance
E.E.R

Performance

Function

Net Weight
Stuffing Qty

195

Data

Electrical

(WxHxD)

Dimension

C.O.P

E.E.R

Performance

Actual BTU

(W)

Power Input

(A)

Running Current

Power Source

Outdoor

Indoor

2000 Model

99 Model

l/Hr

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Voltage/Hz

mm

mm

2.1

8.9

12.000

1,297

6.06

220-240/50(208-230/60)

285(11.2)

925(36.4)

DSB(A)-120L

DSB(A)-120L

2.1

9.6

8.3

13,500

12,500

1,489

1,490

6.62

6.62

220-240/50

285(11.2)

925(36.4)

DSB-120LH

DSB-120LH

1.7

10.7

15,500

1,502

6.95

208-230/60

322(12.7)

1,035(40.7)

DSA-150L

DSB-150L

2.3

8.3(9.9)

18,000

2,042(1,785)

9.8(8.3)

220-240/50(208-230/60)

322(12.7)

1,035(40.7)

DSB(A)-180L

DSB(A)-180L

NA

2.2

9.6

8.5

18,500

18,000

2,230

2,050

11.5

10.8

220-240/50

322(12.7)

1,035(40.7)

DSB-180LH

DSB-180LH

Performance

Moisture Removal

48/58

12.1

NA

51.9

48/58

11.7

145/70

NA

55.8(44.0)

145/70

48/58

11.7

145/70

NA

43

145/70

46/52

9.7

145/70

NA

34

145/70

46/52

9.7

196/86

dB

34

196/86

m2/min

196/86

Air Circulation

Quiet Operation

Auto Changeover
Automatic Operation
Soft Dry Operation Mode

Super Power & Mild Function


Sleep Mode Auto Control
Quick Operation Mode

Circulation Operation Mode


Natural Wind Mode
Front Temperature & Time Display
Deodorizing Filter

Anti-Bacteria Filter
Electrostatic Filter
Auto Vertical-Airflow Direction Control
24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

Auto Horizontal & Vertical-Airflow Direction Control


12-Hour ON/OFF Timer
Self-Diagnosis Function
Removal & Washable Grille
LCD Remote Controller
Indoor Unit (kg)

Outdoor Unit (kg)


` )
40Ft/20Ft (
40Ft/20Ft (

196/86

Noise Level(Indoor/Outdoor)
Function

Net Weight
Stuffing Qty

196

2. Window room Air Conditioner SPEC Sheet

99 Model

DWC(A)-050C

DWC(B,A)-070C
DWC-070C-L1
DWB-080C-D2

DWC(B,A)-091C

470x355x480

DWA-091C-D2

DWC-091C-D2

DWC-080C

DWB-091C-D2

115/60

470x355x480

DWC-080C

470x355x480

DWC-072C-L1

115/60(220-240/50,208-230/60)

DWC-081C-R1

470x355x480

DWC(A)-050C-R1

115/60(208-230/60)

2000 Model
mm

DWA-070C
Voltage/Hz

115/60(220-240/50,208-230/60)

(WxHxD)

9.6(4.2/4.2)

Rotary(D/W, L/G)

Power Source

7.1

Rotary(L/G)

Electrical
7.2(3.2, 3.4)

938(900/920)

Rotary(D/W, L/G)

Fixed

4.6(3.0)

800

Left / 78.7

Rotary(L/G)

Fixed

Cooling
739(710, 760)

Left / 78.7

Running Current
515(530)

Fixed

Heating

Left / 78.7

8,700(9,000)

Cooling
Fixed

8,000

(A)

Left / 78.7

7,390(7,000, 7,600)

Power Input

5,000

Heating

Cord Length (position/inch)

Chassis Type
Cooling

9.6(9.3/9.8)

Actual BTU

1.4

5.0

10.0
1.3

48/53

4.6

10.0(9.9, 10.0)
1.3

48/53

1.2

47/52

4.6(4.6, 4.8)

9.7

Heating
4.5

Heating

C.O.P
l/Hr
45/51

Cooling

Moisture Removal
dB

m2/min

E.E.R

Air Circulation

Under / Over

2 way

Under / Over

Yes(No, No)

2//2

2 way

Under / Over

Anti-Rust Cabinet

2 way

Yes

2//2

One-Touch Air Filter

Under / Over

2//2

Air Discharge

2 way

Yes (No)

Variable Air Discharge

Yes(?)

1//1

2EA /

2EA /

White Gray

2EA /

White Gray

439/199

26.9

439/199

28.5

439/199

439/199

29.0

(Thermostat, Selector/) (Thermostat, Selector/)

White Gray

kg

(Thermostat, Selector/)

Front Color

40Ft / 20Ft

Net Weight

Switch Function (Rotary / Slide)

Switch (Rotary / Slide)

Wireless Romote Controller

Washable Air Purifying Filter

Slide-Out Chassis

Window Kits

Fan Speed (Cool/Heat/Fan)

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

Ventilation Control

Super Power Mode

2 Types of Sleep Mode

4-Way Air Deflection System

Electronic Control Panel

Front Temperature & Time Display

Wide Airflow

Neo-Air Deflection Swing

Noise Level (Indoor/Outdoor)

Performance

(W)

Compressor (Maker)

Dimension
Data

Performance

Feature

Function

Design

Weight
Stuffing Qty

DWC-092C-D2

197

99 Model
2000 Model

DWC-101C
DWC-101C

115/6 0

470x355x480

600x380x535

DWA-121C-D2

DWB-121C-D2

DWC-121C-D2

DWC(B,A)-121C

600x380x535

DWA-121CS-D2

DWB-121CS-D2

DWC-121CS-D2

DWC(B,A)-121CS

220-240/50(208-230/60)

600x380x535

DWA-121R-D2

DWB-121R-D2

DWC-121R-D2

DWC(B,A)-121R

220-240/50(208-230/60)

600x380x535

DWA-150C-D3

DWB-150C-D3

DWB(A)-150C

220-240/50(208-230/60)

600x380x535

DWA-150CS-D3

DWB-150CS-D3

DWB(A)-150CS

115/60(220-240/50,208-230/60) 115/60(220-240/50,208-230/60)

6.7

Rotary(D/W, L/G)

mm

6.7

Rotary(D/W, L/G)

Voltage/Hz

11.5(5.6/5.5)

Rotary(D/W, L/G)

(WxHxD)

11.5(5.6/5.5)

Rotary(D/W, L/G)

Power Source
11.5(5.6/5.5)

Rotary(D/W, L/G)

Electrical
9.8

Rotary(L/G)

Right / 78.7

Slide Out

14,300(14,100)

Right / 59.0

Slide Out

1,505(1,487)

14,300(14,100)

Right / 59.0

Slide Out

1,505(1,487)

Cooling

Slide Out

12,100(12,000)

9.5(9.4)

Running Current

Right / 78.7

1,200(1,263/1,175)

Slide Out

12,100(12,000)

10.1(9.5, 10.2)

1,200(1,263/1,175)

Right / 78.7

1,200(1,263/1,175)

Fixed
12,100(12,000)

10.1(9.5, 10.2)

1,040

Left / 78.7

Heating

10,000
10.1(9.5, 10.2)

Cooling

(A)

9.6

Power Input

Cooling

Cord Length (position/inch)

Chassis Type

Heating

C.O.P
m2/min

l/Hr

Heating
5.0

1.4

8.5(8.5, 8.6)

1.6

8.5(8.5, 8.6)

1.6

8.5(8.5, 8.6)

1.5

10.1

1.7

10.1

1.7

9.5(9.4)

54/58

54/58

54/58

56/59

56/59

48/53

O
O

4 way(2 way Auto)

Side By Side

O
O

dB

O
O

Wide Airflow

Neo-Air Deflection Swing

Electronic Control Panel

O
O

2 Types of Sleep Mode

Air Discharge

2//2

2 way

Under / Over

3//2

4 way

Side By Side

Yes(No, No)

3//2

4 way(2 way Auto)

Side By Side

Yes(No, No)

3//2

4 way(2 way Auto)

Side By Side

2EA /

White Gray

No(Yes)

3//2

4 way

Side By Side

339/168

42(41.7)

(Thermostat, Selector/Auto Swing)

2EA / 1EA

White Gray

O
O

Anti-Rust Cabinet

Variable Air Discharge

Yes(No, No)

White Gray

No(Yes)

3//2

Fan Speed (Cool/Heat/Fan)

Yes

Electronic Button

Wireless Romote Controller

Window Kits

2EA / 1EA

White Gray

339/168

42(41.7)

(Thermostat, Selector/)

2EA /

White Gray

339/168

39(40, 37)

2EA /

(Thermostat, Selector/)

339/168

39(40, 37)

WHite Gray
(Thermostat, Selector/)

339/168

39(40, 37)

(Thermostat, Selector/Auto Swing) PWR, Temp+.-, Auto Swing Mode, Fan, Timer, Super Cooling
?

Front Color

kg

Switch Function (Rotary / Slide)


40Ft / 20Ft

Net Weight

439/199

Switch (Rotary / Slide)

Washable Air Purifying Filter

Slide-Out Chassis

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer


One-Touch Air Filter

Ventilation Control

Super Power Mode

4-Way Air Deflection System

Front Temperature & Time Display


O

Noise Level (Indoor/Outdoor)

Air Circulation

Moisture Removal

Actual BTU
Cooling

Heating

E.E.R

Performance

(W)

Compressor (Maker)

Dimension
Data

Performance

Feature

Function

Design

Weight
Stuffing Qty

198

99 Model

Power Source

(WxHxD)

2000 Model

Electrical

mm

600x380x535

DWA-150R-D3

DWB-150R-D3

DWB(A)-150R

600x430x705

DWA-180C-D3

DWB-180C-L3

DWB(A)-180C

DWB(A)-180C-R
DWB(A)-180C-R
660x430x705

DWB(A)-180R
DWB-180R
DWA-180R-D3
660x430x705

DWB(A)-180R-R
DWB(A)-180R-R
660x430x705

10.5(10.3)

Reciprocating

9.3(9.0)

Rotary(LG)

10.5(10.3)

Reciprocating

Slide Out

2,200(2,220)

2,000(1,950)
Slide Out
Left / 47.2

DWB(A)-240C

DWB-240C-L3

DWA-240C-L3

660x430x705

DWB(A)-240C-R

DWB(A)-240C-R

660x430x705

2,550(2,500)

Slide Out

2,700

13.0(12.0)

Reciprocating

Slide Out

2.3

7.8(8.0)

18,000

12.5(13.0)

3.0

9.4(9.6)

Max 24000

60/63

12.5(13.0)

2.9

7.1

24,000

12.5(13.0)

58/64

Slide Out

2,300(2,250)

Left / 47.2

12.0(11.5)

Voltage/Hz 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60) 220-240/50(208-230/60)


9.3(9.0)

Rotary(L/G)

2,000(1,950)

Left/47.2

17,500

9.0

2.4
12.5(13.0)

59/61

Front Temperature & Time Display


O

59/63
O

6.7

Slide Out

Rotary(D/W, L/G)

Left / 47.2

Cooling

Slide Out

18,000

Running Current

Right / 59.0
17,500

14,300(14,100)

7.8(8.3)

Heating

Cord Length (position/inch)

Chassis Type
Cooling

9.0

(A)

Actual BTU
Heating
9.5(9.4)

2.3

Performance
Cooling

2.4

12.5

1,505(1,487)

E.E.R
Heating
1.7

12.5(13.0)

59/61

Heating

C.O.P
l/Hr
10.1

59/63

Cooling

Moisture Removal
m2/min
O

56/59

(W)

Air Circulation
dB

Electronic Control Panel


O

Anti-Rust Cabinet

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

4way (2way Auto)

Side By Side

4way (2way Auto)

Side By Side

4way (2way Auto)

Side By Side

No

3//2

4way (2way Auto)

Side By Side

No

3//2

4way (2way Auto)

Side By Side

O
O

One-Touch Air Filter

Side By Side

No

3//2

Electronic Button

White Gray

Electronic Button

White Gray

2EA / 1EA

White Gray

2EA / 1EA

White Gray

Slide-Out Chassis

O
4way (2way Auto)

No

3//2

2EA / 1EA

White Gray

Washable Air Purifying Filter

Side By Side

No

3//2

2EA / 1EA

White Gray

Wireless Romote Controller

4way (2way Auto)

No

3//2
White Gray

Air Discharge

3//2

Electronic Button

Ventilation Control

Variable Air Discharge

No (Yes)
Front Color

192/96

192/96

?(52.4)

192/96

192/96

NA

192/96

NA

(Thermostat, Selector/Auto Swing) (Thermostat, Selector/Auto Swing)


192/96

?(52.4)

PWR,Temp+.-, AutoSwing Mode, Fan, TImer, Super Cooling PWR,Temp+.-, AutoSwing Mode, Fan, TImer, Super Cooling

339/168

42(41.7)

(Thermostat, Selector/Auto Swing) (Thermostat, Selector/Auto Swing)

Switch (Rotary / Slide)


kg

PWR,Temp+.-, AutoSwing Mode, Fan, TImer, Super Cooling

40Ft / 20Ft

Net Weight

Switch Function (Rotary / Slide)

Super Power Mode

Window Kits

Fan Speed (Cool/Heat/Fan)

2 Types of Sleep Mode

4-Way Air Deflection System

Wide Airflow

Neo-Air Deflection Swing

Noise Level (Indoor/Outdoor)

Power Input

Compressor (Maker)

Dimension
Data

Performance

Feature

Function

Design

Weight
Stuffing Qty

199

Electrical

Power Source

(WxHxD)

2000 Model

99 Model

Voltage/Hz

mm
220-240/50(208-230/60)

660x430x705

DWB(A)-240R

DWB(A)-240R

220-240/50(208-230/60)

660x430x705

DWB(A)-240R-R

DWB(A)-240R-R

220-240/50(208-230/60)

660x430x705

DWB(A)-180CH-R

DWB(A)-180CH-R

220-240/50(208-230/60)

660x430x705

DWB(A)-240CH-R

DWB(A)-240CH-R

13.0(12.8)

10.7(10.5)

2,800

13.3(13.0)

13.8(13.5)

12.0(11.5)

2,450(2,400)

Reciprocating

Cooling

2,700

11.2(11.0)

Running Current
Heating
2,550(2,500)

Reciprocating

(A)
Cooling

2,600

Power Input

Slide Out

2,250(2,200)

Left / 47.2

Slide Out

Slide Out

Heating
Slide Out

8.6

Max 21,000

Chassis Type

16,000

8.0

Max 24,000
7.3(7.5)

2.9

18,000

7.1(7.3)

12.5(13.0)

Left / 47.2

Cooling

7.1

2.3

Actual BTU
Heating
9.4(9.6)

13.5(13.0)

Max 24,000

Performance
Cooling

2.9

E.E.R
Heating

12.5(13.0)

Max 24,000

C.O.P
3.0

62/65

12.5(13.0)

61/64

l/Hr

60/63

m2/min
O

58/64

Air Circulation
dB

Front Temperature & Time Display

O
O

Electronic Control Panel

Side By Side

4way (2way Auto)

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

Side By Side

Anti-Rust Cabinet

O
4way (2way Auto)

2 Types of Sleep Mode

One-Touch Air Filter

Side By Side

Electronic Button

WHite Gray

2EA / 1EA

WHite Gray

2EA / 1EA

WHite Gray

Slide-Out Chassis

4way (2way Auto)

WHite Gray

NA

(Thermostat, Selector/Auto Swing)

Washable Air Purifying Filter

Side By Side

No

3/1/2

Electronic Button

(Thermostat, Selector/Auto Swing)

Wireless Romote Controller

4way (2way Auto)

No

3/1/2
Front Color

PWR, Temp +.-, AutoSwing Mode, Fan, Timer, SuperCooling

NA

Air Discharge

No

3//2

Switch (Rotary / Slide)

PWR, Temp +.-, AutoSwing Mode, Fan, Timer, SuperCooling

192/96

Ventilation Control

Variable Air Discharge

No

3//2

Switch Function (Rotary / Slide)

192/96

192/96

kg

?
40Ft / 20Ft

Net Weight

192/96

Super Power Mode

Window Kits

Fan Speed (Cool/Heat/Fan)

4-Way Air Deflection System

Wide Airflow

Neo-Air Deflection Swing

Noise Level (Indoor/Outdoor)

Moisture Removal

Cord Length (position/inch)

(W)

Compressor (Maker)

Dimension
Data

Performance

Feature

Function

Design

Weight
Stuffing Qty

200

3. Package Air Conditioner SPEC Sheet

Data

Electrical

(WxHxD)

Dimension

E.E.R

Performance

Actual BTU

(W)

Power Input

(A)

Running Current

Power Source

Outdoor

Indoor

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Voltage/Hz

mm

mm

2.7

8.5

18,000

2,150

10.0

220-240/50

800x615x227

510x1,780x270

DPB-180L

15.0

2.7

8.5

18,000

2,150

10.0

220-240/50

800x615x227

510x1,825x270

DPB-181L

15.0

2.7

9.6

8.5

21,150

18,250

2,200

2,150

11.0

10.0

220-240/50

800x615x227

510x1,780x270

DPB-180LH

15.0

2.7

9.6

8.5

21,150

18,250

2,200

2,150

11.0

10.0

220-240/50

800x615x227

510x1,825x270

DPB-181LH

Performance

C.O.P
15.0

39/50

l/Hr

39/50

m2/min

39/50

Air Circulation
39/50

Sleep Mode Auto Control

Soft Dry Operation Mode

Automatic Operation

Quiet Operation

dB

Circulation Operation Mode

Quick Operation Mode

Auto Changeover

Noise Level(Indoor/Outdoor)

Moisture Removal

Function

Natural Wind Mode

Super Power & Mild Function

Front Temperature & Time Display

O
O

Electric Air-Purifying System with Hybrid Filter


Deodorizing Filter

Anti-Bacteria Filter
Electrostatic Filter
Auto Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

Auto Horizontal & Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

1-Hour Simple Timer

12-Hour ON/OFF Timer


Self-Diagnosis Function

O
LCD Remote Controller

Removal & Washable Grille


Wireless Remote Controller
UV Coating

Auto Shutter

Electric Heater

Scroll Compressor

DPB-242LH

201

4. Multi-Type Air Conditioner SPEC Sheet

Data

Electrical

(WxHxD)

Dimension

(W)

Power Input

(A)

Running Current

Power Source

Outdoor

Indoor

Heating

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Voltage/Hz

mm

mm

12,000/2x9,000

1,500/1,650

7.0/7.6

220-240/50

810x288x680

880x295x155

DMB-1802L

15,000/2x10,000

12,000/2x9,000

1,900/1,650

1,500/1,650

9.2/7.6

7.0/7.6

220-240/50

810x288x680

880x295x155

DMB-1802LH

10.0

Heating

10.0

Cooling

Heating

Cooling

Actual BTU
E.E.R

Quiet Operation

41/52

10.0

Automatic Operation

1.7/2.6

Soft Dry Operation Mode

1.7/2.6

Sleep Mode Auto Control

l/Hr

Circulation Operation Mode

Moisture Removal

Anti-Bacteria Filter

10.0

Deodorizing Filter

41/52

Electrostatic Filter

dB

Auto Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

m2/min

LCD Remote Controller

Air Circulation

Indoor Unit (kg)

Removal & Washable Grille

Self-Diagnosis Function

12-Hour ON/OFF Timer

24-Hour ON/OFF Timer

Auto Horizontal & Vertical-Airflow Direction Control

Front Temperature & Time Display

Natural Wind Mode

Quick Operation Mode

Super Power & Mild Function

Auto Changeover

40Ft / 20Ft

Outdoor Unit (kg)

Noise Level(Indoor/Outdoor)

C.O.P

Performance

Performance

Function

Net Weight
Stuffing Qty

202

CAPA

WRAC

5K
7K

98

99

2000

2001

2002

2003

1st Cost Innovation Model

2006

1st Cost Innovation & Compact Model

1st Model

3rd Quiet & Hi-EER Model

2nd Low Cost Model


3rd New Design Model

12K

2005

2nd Cost Innovation Model

2nd New Design Model


9K

2004

1st Model

15K

4rd Quiet & Hi-EER

5th New Concept

203

2nd Low Cost Model & Remocon Model

3rd New Design & Hi-EER

4th New Concept Model

1st Low Cost Model & Remocon Model

2nd New Design & Hi-EER

3rd New Concept Model


-Quiet & Hi-EER

1st Low Cost Model & Remocon Model

2nd Deluxe Design & Anti-Rust Model

3rd Quiet & Hi-EER Model

1st Low Cost & Compaet Design Model

2nd Quiet Hi-EER Model

3rd New Concept


(Amenity, Multi-Product)

18K
24K
SRAC

7K
9K
1st Model
12K
2nd Air-Purifying, Compact Design

3rd CFC-free, Air-Purifying, Inverter

4th New Concept


(Amenity)

15K
1st Model
18K
2nd Hi-EER, Air-Purifying
24K

3rd Ultra-Quick Cooling, Health Care,


Inverter, -15C H/P, CFC-free

4th New Concept


(Amenity)

5. Product Road Map

TYPE

TYPE

CAPA

PAC

4,500

97

98

99

2000

2001

2nd Air-Punfying Model (Hybrid)

2002

2003

2004

3rd Quiet & Neo Air-Purifying

2005

2006

4rd New Concept

5,100
6,200

1st Model
2nd Model Double Auto Shutter,
Air-Purifying (New Hybrid)

7,100
9,600

3rd New Concept


Neo-Air Purifying & Inverter

4rd Full Auto

1st Model

2nd Model
Low Cost Model & Ultra-Quick Cooling

3rd New Concept


Neo-Air Purifying System Product

1st Model
Cooling & Heating Model

2nd Small Size Model

3rd Multi-Function Model


Ultra-Quick Cooling System Product

12,500
18,000

204

35,000
50,000
Multi

18K

2nd Ultra-Quick Cooling, Neo-Air Purifying

1st Model
1st Model OEM Sourcing

2nd Model Low Cost & Air-Purifying

3rd New Concept

1st Model Low Cost & Multi-Function

2nd New Concept

24K
26K
Ceiling
1st Low Noise

2nd Add Air Cleaner

Portable
1st Model OEM Sourcing

2nd Model New Design & Low Noise

3rd Add Air Cleaner

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