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Samsung Mini Splits. 2008 AQV, EH, DH and FJM Inverter Application, Installation,. Sept 11 2008. General Indoor & Single Zone Outdoor Installation. High Wall Installation Requirements. Standard Mini Split Mantras about unit location still apply

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Samsung mini splits

Samsung Mini Splits

2008 AQV, EH, DH and FJM Inverter

Application, Installation,

Sept 11 2008



High wall installation requirements
High Wall Installation Requirements

  • Standard Mini Split Mantras about unit location still apply

  • Indoor units MUST be installed a minimum of 5ft from the floor – these units are NOT PTAC’s

  • Allow the airflow to spread throughout the room

  • Remote control has a range of about 20ft

NO

NO


Install unit on wall
Install unit on Wall

  • Use mounting templates provided

  • Drill a 3” hole at approx 5° slant down towards the outside

  • Remove Wall Bracket from unit and attach to the wall – make sure it is level

  • Once bracket is attached slightly bend unit mounting tabs outwards to help in attaching the unit


Installing high wall indoor unit
Installing High Wall Indoor Unit

  • Gently rotate line set stubs to the required (vertical) position

  • Locate condensate hose and tape it to line set BELOW refrigerant lines

  • Feed both electrical wires in from Outside and run through connection into the unit – keep on opposite sides of the line set as much as possible


Installing high wall indoor unit1
Installing High Wall Indoor Unit

  • Tape electric wires to line stubs

  • Lift unit, feed line sets & wire through the hole and attach unit to the mounting bracket

  • On outside of building then bend line set stubs to desired direction towards Outdoor unit

  • Ensure that line set is not kinked

  • Condensate hose connection fits a 5/8” ID or ¾” OD clear vinyl hose – use this to transition to rigid (per local codes) – Always use rigid for horizontal slope 1” in 12” towards building drain


Installing ducted indoor unit
Installing Ducted Indoor Unit

  • Template to mark position of threaded rods to support unit is provided with the unit

  • Ensure rods are capable of supporting unit weight

  • Ensure that the unit is slightly pitched (1/4”) towards the drain to help condensate removal

  • Make sure that a minimum of ¼” clearance exists between the top of the drop ceiling and the unit to prevent noise issues


Installing ducted indoor unit1
Installing Ducted Indoor Unit

  • All refrigerant piping, drain & electrical connections are on the RHS of the unit

  • Condensate drain connection uses the provided flexible connector – an 1 1/4” clear vinyl hose can be used to adapt to rigid condensate piping

  • Gravity drain is standard, Condensate pump is an option – Samsung pump fits inside the unit


Installing ducted indoor unit2
Installing Ducted Indoor Unit

  • Return air ductwork can be either free or ducted to the rear or bottom as required – ductwork added to the return will need to be subtracted from total length of ducting on the system

  • Free return recommended

  • Filtration is not supplied with the unit

  • Field installed filtration must be installed - either at the unit or field installed at the return air grille


Installing eh mh indoor unit
Installing EH/MH Indoor Unit

  • Supply Air Duct Connection

  • EH035 6” x 33 ¾”

  • EH 052/070 7 13/16” x 31 ½”

  • Flange provided to adapt a transition piece from unit to duct trunk

    TOTAL Static pressure available

  • EH035 0.125” WC

  • EH 052/070 0.16” WC

  • Equals 15ft to 20ft of 8” trunk with 4 x 6ft runs of 6” flex with ceiling registers (assuming free return)


Installing dh indoor unit
Installing DH Indoor Unit

  • Supply Air Duct Connection

  • DH105 9” x 35 1/2”

  • DH140 10” x 39 3/8”

  • Flange provided to adapt a transition piece from unit to duct trunk

    TOTAL Static pressure available

  • DH105 & 140 0.47” WC

  • Factory set to 0.3” WC, fan speed can be set for higher or lower static pressures using option codes

  • Equals 40ft of 8” trunk with 6 x 6ft runs of 6” flex with ceiling registers (assuming free return)


Single zone outdoor installation
Single Zone Outdoor Installation

  • Maximum line set lengths and lifts must be respected

  • Line set sizing CANNOT be altered

  • AQV 09/12 ¼” & 3/8” 50ft Total inc 25ft Lift

  • AQV 18 ¼” & ½” 100ft Total inc 65ft Lift

  • AQV 24 ¼” & 5/8” 100ft Total inc 65ft Lift

  • AQV 36 ¼” & 5/8” 162ft Total inc 98ft Lift

  • EH 035 ¼” & 3/8” 65ft Total inc 39ft Lift

  • EH 052 ¼” & ½” 100ft Total inc 65ft Lift

  • EH 072 ¼” & 5/8” 100ft Total inc 65ft Lift

  • DH 105 3/8” & 5/8” 246ft Total inc 98ft Lift

  • DH140 3/8” & ¾” 246ft Total inc 98ft Lift

  • No Brazing please, Flare connections

  • If lifting greater than 25ft – trap for oil return is required

  • Both line sets MUST be insulated

  • No Sight Glasses or Filter Driers


Outdoor installation requirements
Outdoor Installation Requirements

  • Unit clearances

  • 6” Behind and on LHS

  • 24” In Front and on RHS (Service access)

  • Units can be stacked but easiest service access is to take the top panel off

  • Check breaker size required

  • Raise up Outdoor unit 4 to 6” from the pad/ground to help drain the unit after a defrost


Electrical power
Electrical Power

  • AQV 09 - 208/230V-1Ph-60Hz, 15A

  • AQV 12 - 208/230V-1Ph-60Hz, 15A

  • AQV 18 - 208/230V-1PH-60Hz, 20A

  • AQV 24 - 208/230V-1Ph-60Hz, 25A

  • AQV 36 - 208/230V-1Ph-60Hz, 30A

  • EH 035 - 208/230V-1Ph-60Hz, 20A

  • EH 052 - 208/230V-1PH-60Hz, 25A

  • EH 070 - 208/230V-1Ph-60Hz, 30A

  • DH105 -208/230V-1Ph-60Hz, 35A

  • DH140 -208/230V-1Ph-60Hz, 40A

  • Units are sensitive to power issues, minimum voltage 197V, Maximum voltage 253V, low voltage to the unit can cause error codes

  • Units MUST be grounded otherwise it could cause error codes


Wiring requirements
Wiring Requirements

  • Power Wiring

  • Wire Breaker to L, N and Ground (Earth) even though it is 230V

  • Outdoor unit powers Indoor unit use 14-3 Wire

  • Wire 1 to 1 and 2 to 2 and Ground

  • MUST USE A SEPARATE WIRE FOR POWER & CONTROL BETWEEN OUTDOOR AND INDOOR UNITS


Out to in wiring requirements
Out to In Wiring Requirements

  • Control Wiring

  • Use 16AWG Shielded wire for controls

  • Wire F1 to F1 and F2 to F2

  • No J Boxes

  • Keep control wiring away from light fittings and other high voltage equipment to prevent interference and possible communication issues


Ducted unit wiring to remote
Ducted Unit Wiring to Remote

Wiring to RMC

  • V1 – V2 is 12VDC power for the wired controller

  • F3 – F4 is the communication to the wired remote

  • Use 2 Sets of wires, one for power and one for communication

    Rotary Switches

  • LEAVE BOTH ALONE!!! – factory default settings are used

    Dip Switches

    1 OFF Wired Remote

    4 OFF Condensate Pump

    7 OFF Hot Water Coil

    11 OFF Remote start/stop


Eh wiring controller
EH Wiring - Controller

  • MWR-TH01 Wired Controller

  • Use 16AWG Shielded wire 4 wire connection

  • Wire F3 to F3 and F4 to F4 for communication

  • V1 – V2 is 12VDC power for the wired controller

  • Can be mounted up to 1000ft away from the unit, does not sense temperature (done at the unit)

  • Leave Rotary Switch at 0

  • Dip switches standard settings

    1 OFF Heat Pump

    2 OFF F3-F4

    3 OFF DegF

    4 ON Wired Remote only


Dh wiring controller
DH Wiring - Controller

  • MWR-WS00 Wired Controller

  • Use 16AWG Shielded wire 2 sets of 2 wire connection

  • Wire F3 to F3 and F4 to F4 for communication

    Red = F3, Blue = F4

  • V1 – V2 is 12VDC power for the wired controller

    Yellow = V1, Orange = V2

  • Dip switches standard settings

    1 OFF Heat Pump

    2 ON Wired Remote

    3 OFF Master

    4 ON DegF

    5 OFF Indoor unit temp

    6 OFF

    7 OFF

    8 OFF Monitor fault codes


Evacuation requirements
Evacuation Requirements

  • Units are all R410A

  • NEED 5/16” GAUGE ADAPTOR to attach gauges to the single Schrader connection

  • Recommend 200 Micron minimum with double evacuation, break with Nitrogen or other dry gas

  • Keep system open time to a minimum to prevent moisture problems


Aqv charging requirements
AQV Charging Requirements

  • All Units are charged for 25ft line set as standard

  • Add NO R410A to AQV 09/12 up to the max line set length of 50ft

  • Add 0.15oz/ft for AQV 18 line sets over 25ft

  • Add 0.15oz/ft of R410A for AQV24 line sets over 25ft

    UNIT LINE SET RUN

    25’ 40’ 50’ 60’ 80’ 100’

    AQV 09 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A

    AQV 12 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A

    AQV 18 0 2.25 3.75 5.25 8.25 11.2

    AQV 24 0 2.25 3.75 5.25 8.25 11.2

    AQV 36 0 2.25 3.75 5.25 8.25 11.2

    ADDITIONAL R410A MUST BE WEIGHED IN – USE A DIGITAL SCALE


Eh dh charging requirements
EH/DH Charging Requirements

  • All Units are charged for 25ft line set as standard

  • Add NO R410A for EH 035 up to 50ft line set then add 0.15oz/ft up to 65ft line set maximum length

  • Add 0.2oz/ft for EH 052

  • Add 0.1oz/ft for EH 070

  • Add 0.4oz/ft for DH 105/140

    UNIT LINE SET RUN

    25’ 40’ 50’ 60’ 65’ 80’ 100’

    EH035 0 0 0 1.5 2.25 N/A N/A

    EH 052 0 3.0 5.0 7.0 8.0 11.0 15.0

    EH 070 0 1.5 2.5 3.5 4.0 5.5 7.5

    DH105/140 0 6.0 10.0 14.0 16.0 22.0 30.0

    ADDITIONAL R410A MUST BE WEIGHED IN – USE A DIGITAL SCALE


Start up aqv09 24
Start Up – AQV09-24

  • Push the K1 Button

  • Trial Run will start or stop as follows.

    1 x PUSH START in COOLING mode

    2 x PUSH START in HEATING mode

    3 x PUSH STOP

    Once the compressor has been stopped the

    next start will be delayed 3 min due to the Anti

    Short cycle timer protection.

Compressor will run following frequency during the 60 minute Trial Run mode

  • AQV09 : 50Hz

  • AQV12 : 74Hz

  • AQV18 : 52Hz

  • AQV24 : 61Hz


Start up eh units
Start Up – EH Units

  • Push the K1 Button

  • Trial Run will start or stop as follows.

    1 x PUSH START in COOLING mode

    2 x PUSH START in HEATING mode

    3 x PUSH STOP

    Once the compressor has been stopped the

    next start will be delayed 3 min due to the Anti

    Short cycle timer protection.


Start up aqv36 dh ch units
Start Up – AQV36, DH & CH Units

  • Trial Run will start or stop as follows.

    K1 x PUSH START in HEATING mode

    K2 x PUSH START in COOLING mode

    K3 x PUSH STOP or RESET

    K4 x PUSH DATA VIEWER

    Once the compressor has been stopped the

    next start will be delayed 3 min due to the Anti

    Short cycle timer protection.



Heat Exchanger

Inverter (Control Box)

Reactor

Fan-motor

BLDC Compressor

Controller sample

485 communication

FJM 080 model

SMPS

Inverter Control

Cycle Control

IPM

PFC Diode

PFC IGBT

Bridge Diode

heatsink

REACTOR

CAPACITOR

Shunt

Resistor

EMI FILTER

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Line set issues
Line Set Issues

050 Outdoor unit

  • Maximum total line set is 100ft

  • Maximum Individual line set to an Indoor unit is 50ft

  • Connection sizes

  • 2 x 3/8” Suction

  • 2 x ¼” Expanded Gas

  • Both sets of lines must be insulated


Line set issues1
Line Set Issues

080 Outdoor unit

  • Maximum total line set for all units is 225ft

  • Maximum Individual line set to an Indoor unit is 75ft

  • Connection sizes

  • 1 x 1/2” Suction

  • 3 x 3/8” Suction

  • 4 x ¼” Expanded Gas

  • All sets of lines must be insulated


Line set issues2
Line Set Issues

080 Outdoor unit

  • Single Service Valve for Liquid and Suction lines

  • Unused connections must be left untouched

  • Always start to install from the uppermost set of connections – this is unit A, then B, C and the lower set of connections is D


Line set sizing
Line Set Sizing

  • Capacity Suction Expanded

  • 9,000 Btu/h 3/8” ¼”

  • 12,000 Btu/h 3/8” ¼”

  • 18,000 Btu/h ½” ¼”

  • When using the 080 with 4 x 9k Indoor units, it has a ½” suction connection, so included in the Outdoor unit is a small connector to sleeve down from ½” to 3/8” piping


Wiring power
Wiring - Power

  • 208-230V – 1Ph – 60Hz

  • 050 uses a 20A breaker

  • 080 uses a 30A breaker

  • Each Indoor unit is fed power individually, not required to be sequenced

  • 1 on Outdoor to 1 on Indoor, 2 on Outdoor to 2 on Outdoor – this is very important


Wiring control
Wiring - Control

  • RS485 communication

  • F1 & F2 communication 16AWG Shielded wire

  • F1 to F1, F2 to F2, does not matter which unit is connected to which terminal as long as F1 to F1, F2 to F2

  • Try to separate the controls wiring at least 2” from the power wiring


Evacuation
Evacuation

  • Each Indoor unit has it’s own EEV in the Outdoor

    050 Outdoor unit

  • Each Indoor unit has a separated set of Suction and Liquid service valves

  • Both Need a R410A adaptor

  • Evacuates the individual Indoor unit and line set connected to the service valves

  • 400 Micron minimum


Evacuation1
Evacuation

  • Each Indoor unit has it’s own EEV

    080 Outdoor unit

  • There is a single Suction and Liquid shut off valve

  • Needs R410A adaptor

  • Evacuates all Indoor units and line sets connected to the manifold assembly

  • 400 micron minimum


Charging 050 outdoor unit
Charging – 050 Outdoor unit

  • Outdoor unit is charged for 65ft total (of all line sets)

  • Add 0.1oz R410A per foot over the 65ft total line length, it does not matter which capacity of Indoor unit is connected the total line set length only is important

    60ft 70ft 80ft 90ft 100ft

    Add 0.1oz/ft 0 0.6 1.7 2.8 3.9

    over 65ft

    combined length


Charging 080 outdoor unit
Charging – 080 Outdoor unit

  • Outdoor unit is charged for 131ft total (of all line sets)

  • Add 0.1oz R410A per foot over the 131ft total line length, it does not matter which capacity of Indoor unit is connected the total line set length only is important

    130ft 150ft 170ft 190ft 210ft 225ft

    Add 0.1oz/ft 0 1.9 4.3 6.5 8.7 10.3

    over 131ft

    combined length


Auto addressing mode
Auto Addressing Mode

Step 1

  • Rotary switch signifies # of Indoor units connected to Outdoor

  • Set the rotary switch to the # of units, either 2, 3 or 4

    Step 2

  • Auto Addressing

  • Indoor units rotary switches do not need to be altered

  • Leave all Dip switches on the Outdoor unit to the factory settings


Step 2 auto address function

Step 2 Cont

Turn on the unit, it will start a count to check communications with all Indoor units

LH display will count 00 to 15

Once Indoor units are tracked it will scroll 00 as it finds the Indoors

Step 2 - Auto Address function


Step 2 auto address function1

Step 2 Cont

Unit will now display E199 asking for a pipe check

MWR-WS00 will display E599

Press K1 switch once

This starts the auto addressing mode

Display will show |-5

Compressor will start and the unit will open each EEV in turn to check that the correct indoor unit is connected to the correct EEV

Unit will display on other LED the results scrolling 00, 01, 02, 03 as it establish communication

Step 2 - Auto Address function


Step 3 auto address function

Step 3

Once completed it will display an OK signal, now the unit can be run in test mode, either Cooling or Heating

Press K2 Button ONCE for Heating Trial mode : Display will show |-1

Press K2 Button TWICE to add refrigerant : Display will now show |-2

Press K2 Button THREE times for Cooling trial mode : Display will now show |-3

Press K2 Button FOUR times for Pump Down mode : Display will now show |-4

Step 3 - Auto Address function


Manual addressing mode
Manual Addressing Mode

Step 1

  • Manual addressing is used when a BMS system is used or Ducted and Wall Mount units have Wired Remote controls

  • Set the rotary switch to the # of units, either 2, 3 or 4

    Step 2

  • Manual Addressing

  • Set Dip Switch #1 on Outdoor unit to OFF


Manual addressing mode1
Manual Addressing Mode

Step 3

  • On Indoor units set SW01 the MAIN address to the following based on which set of refrigerant connections the unit is piped to

  • Unit piped to the top set of connections = 0

  • Unit piped to the second set of connections from top = 1

  • Unit piped to the third set of connections from top = 2

  • Unit Piped to the lowest set of connections = 3

  • System can now be powered up


Manual addressing mode2
Manual Addressing Mode

Step 4

  • On initial power up LH display will scroll 00 Through 15

  • Once Indoor units are tracked LH display will show 00, 01, 02 and 03 depending how many Indoor units are installed

    Step 5

  • Press K1 for a Pipe Check, although this is not strictly necessary

  • Use the K2 Button to put the unit into either Cooling or Heating trial mode


Wired controllers
Wired Controllers

Step 1

  • Indoor units set SW02 the RMC address to the following based on which set of refrigerant connections the unit is piped to

  • Indoor Unit piped to the top set of connections = 0

  • Indoor Unit piped to the second set of connections from top = 1

  • Indoor Unit piped to the third set of connections from top = 2

  • Indoor Unit Piped to the lowest set of connections = 3

  • Dip Switch #1 should be in the OFF position (MANDATORY on the FECA Ducted unit)


Mh wiring controller
MH Wiring - Controller

  • MWR-WS00 Wired Controller

  • Use 16AWG Shielded wire 2 sets of 2 wire connection

  • Wire F3 to F3 and F4 to F4 for communication

    Red = F3, Blue = F4

  • V1 – V2 is 12VDC power for the wired controller

    Yellow = V1, Orange = V2

  • Dip switches standard settings

    1 OFF Heat Pump

    2 ON Wired Remote

    3 OFF Master

    4 ON DegF

    5 OFF Indoor unit temp

    6 OFF

    7 OFF

    8 OFF Monitor fault codes


Maintenance filters
Maintenance - Filters

  • AQV Silver Nano Filter is permanent and washable, clean every month

  • AQV Electro Static and Carbon Filters are also washable – changed from previous models

  • Suggested cleaning schedule for ALL filters is every month – only use the optional filters when cooling people, machines don’t care about smells and pollen


Literature Available

Sales brochure (Color)

Product Submittals

Basic Application and Technical Guide & Samsung 108,

teaching sizing, usage and basic installation techniques

Warranty Booklet – Everything about Warranty

Installation and Operation Manuals

Service Manuals – very important as these units are self

diagnostic


Thanks for attendingAny Questions??????????


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