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MULTI AIR CONDITIONER

OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT RJ040F2HXEA(B) RJ100F5HXEA
MH023/026/035/052FBEA AQV07/09/12/18/24PSBN [RJ040F2HXBA] [RJ100F5HXEA]
MH020/026/035/052FVEA NJ020/025/035/050/068DHXEA RJ050F2HXEA(B) AJ040FCJ2EH
MH020/026/035/052FAEA AQV07/09/12PMEN [RJ050F2HXBA] AJ050FCJ2EH
MH020/026/035/052FNEA AQV18/24PMBN
[MH020/026/035/052FNBA] AQV09/12/18YWAN RJ052F3HXEA AJ052FCJ3EH
MH026/035/052FJEA AJN016/020/026/035/052NDEHA [RJ052F3HXBA] AJ068FCJ3EH
MH026/035FSEA RJ060F3HXEA(B) AJ070FCJ4EH
NJ026/0351HXEA [RJ060F3HXBA] AJ080FCJ4EH
MH030/035/052FMEA
NJ026/035LHXEA RJ070F4HXEA AJ100FCJ5EH
[MH026/035FEBA] [RJ070F4HXBA]
MH052FUEA RJ080F4HXEA
[RJ080F4HXBA]

AIR CONDITIONER CONTENTS


1. Precautions
2. Product Specifications
3. Disassembly and Reassembly
4. Troubleshooting
5. PCB Diagram and Parts List
6. Wiring Diagram
7. Schematic Diagram
8. Reference Sheet

Refer to the service manual in the GSPN(see the rear cover) for the more information.
Contents
11. Precautions ........................................................................................................................................ 1-1
1-1 Installing the air conditioner .......................................................................................................... 1-1
1-2 Power supply and circuit breaker .................................................................................................. 1-1
1-3 During operation .............................................................................................................................. 1-2
1-4 Disposing of the unit ....................................................................................................................... 1-2
1-5 Others ................................................................................................................................................. 1-2

12. Product Specifications ............................................................................................................... 2-1


2-1 The Feature of Product .................................................................................................................... 2-1
2-2 Product Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 2-2
2-3 The Comparative Specifications of Product ............................................................................... 2-19
2-4 Accessory and Option Specifications ............................................................................................ 2-31

3. Disassembly and Reassembly .............................................................................................. 3-1


3-1 Outdoor Unit ..................................................................................................................................... 3-2

4. Trouble shooting ........................................................................................................................... 4-1


4-1 Display Error and Check Method ................................................................................................................ 4-1
4-2 Setting Option Setup Method ...................................................................................................................... 4-11
4-3 Items to be checked first ................................................................................................................................. 4-26
4-4 Checking and Testing operation .................................................................................................................. 4-27
4-5 Fault Diagnosis by Symptom ........................................................................................................................ 4-38
4-6 PCB Inspection Method ................................................................................................................................... 4-49

5. PCB Diagram and Parts list ...................................................................................................... 5-1


5-1 Indoor Unit ....................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5-2 Outdoor Unit .................................................................................................................................... 5-14

6. Wiring Diagram .............................................................................................................................. 6-1


6-1 Indoor Unit ....................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6-2 Outdoor Unit .................................................................................................................................... 6-14
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7. Schematic Diagram ...................................................................................................................... 7-1
7-1 Indoor Unit ......................................................................................................................................... 7-1
7-2 Outdoor Unit .................................................................................................................................... 7-12

8. Reference Sheet ............................................................................................................................. 8-1


1. Precautions

1-1 Installing the air conditioner

O Users should not install the air conditioner by themselves.


Ask the dealer or authorized company to install the air conditioner except the
window-type air conditioner in U.S.A and Canada.
O If you don’t install the air conditioner properly, it may cause a fire, a water leak-

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O You must install the air conditioner according to the national wiring regulations

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and safety regulations.
O Install the indoor unit higher than 2.5m from the floor to avoid the injury caused
by the operation of the fan. (except the window-type air conditioner)
O The manufacturer is not responsible for any accidents or injury caused by an
incorrect installation.
When installing the built-in type air conditioner, keep all electric cables such as
the power cable and the connection cord in pipes, ducts, or cable channels to Avoid Dangerous Contact
protect them from the danger of impact or any other incidents.
OMore than 2 indoor units should be installed when you use Free Joint Multi air
conditioner.
O RJ060F3HXEA(B)/RJ070F4HXEA
- **024** indoor units cannot be connected.
RJ050F2HXEA(B)/RJ052F3HXEA
- **024**/MH052FMEA/MH052FUEA indoor units cannot be connected.
RJ040F2HXEA(B)
- **052**/MH***FM*A/NJ***LHXEA/**18**/**24** indoor unites cannot be con-
nected.

1-2 Power supply and circuit breaker

O If the power cord of the air conditioner is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or a qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
O The air conditioner must be plugged into an independent circuit if applicable or
connect the power cable to the auxiliary circuit breaker.
An all pole disconnection from the power supply must be incorporated in
the fixed wiring with a contact opening of >3mm.
O Do not extend an electric cord to the air conditioner.
O The air conditioner must be plugged in after you complete the installation.
No Tapping and No Extension Cords

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1-3 During operation
O Do not repair the air conditioner at your discretion.
It is recommended to contact a service center directly.
O Never spill any kind of liquid on the air conditioner.
If this happens, turn off the air conditioner and contact an authorized service cen-
ter.
O Do not insert anything between the airflow blades to prevent damage of the inner
fan and consequent injury. Keep children away from the air conditioner.
O Do not place any obstacles in front of the air conditioner.
O Do not spray any kind of liquid into the indoor unit. If this happens, turn off the air
conditioner and contact a service center.
O Make sure that the air conditioner is well ventilated at all times:
Do not place a cloth or other materials over it.
No children Nearby
O Remove the batteries if you don’t use the remote control for a long time. (If appli-
cable)
O Use the remote control within 7 meters from the indoor unit. (If applicable)

1-4 Disposing of the unit


O Before throwing out the air conditioner, remove the batteries from the remote control.
O When you dispose of the air conditioner, consult your dealer. If pipes are removed incorrectly, refrigerant may blow out and cause
air pollution. When it contacts with your skin, it can cause skin injury.
O The package of the air conditioner should be recycled or disposed of properly for environmental reasons.

1-5 Others
O Never store or load the air conditioner upside down or sideways to prevent the damage to the compressor.
O Young children or infirm persons should be always supervised when they use the air conditioner.
O Max current is measured according to IEC standard for safety.
O Current is measured according to ISO standard for energy efficiency.
O When installing, make sure there is no leakage. When recovering the refrigerant, ground the compressor first before removingthe
connection pipe. If the refrigerant pipe is not properly connected and the compressor works with the service valve open, the pipe
inhales the air and it makes the pressure inside of the refrigerant cycle abnormally high. It may cause explosion and injury.
OPump Down Procedure (When removing the product)
- Turn on the air conditioner and select Cool mode to run the compressor for 3 minutes.
- Release the valve caps on High and Low pressure side.
- Use L wrench to close the valve on the high pressure side.
- Approximately 2 minutes after, close the valve on the low pressure side.
- Stop operation of the air conditioner.- Disconnect the pipes.

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2. Product Specifications
2-1 The Feature of Product

■ Multi Inverter(Free Joint Multi) Series delivers comfort to 2~5 rooms with a Single Outdoor Unit.
■ Inverter for High Efficiency Operation.
Thanks to inverter control, efficiency of operation of the outdoor unit is enhanced depending on the number of indoor units
operated and the temperature setting.
When only one indoor unit is used, power is saved, resulting in a smaller electricity bill. When all indoor units are used, high-power
operation achieves comfort quickly in all rooms.
■ Installation of indoor units on different floors is possible.
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Double layered felt structure absorbs noise by two times and felt is also covering top of the compressor to
reduce the noise even more.

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2-2 Product Specifications

Model
MH020FNEA MH026FNEA MH035FNEA MH052FNEA

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 2.00 2.60 3.50 5.20
kW
Heating 2.20 2.90 3.80 5.60
Dehumidifying Ɛ /h - - - -

Perfor- Cooling 7.73 8.31 9.54 13.21


Air Volume m3/min
mance Heating 8.00 8.56 9.93 14.22
Cooling 32 32 36 40
Noise dB(A)
Heating 32 32 36 40
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 30 30 35 50
Power Consumption W
Heating 30 30 35 50
Power
Cooling 0.18 0.18 0.19 0.30
Operating Current A
Heating 0.18 0.18 0.19 0.30
mm 825x285x189 825x285x189 825x285x189 1,099x315x217
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 32.5x11.2x7.4 32.5x11.2x7.4 32.5x11.2x7.4 43.3x12.4x8.5
Weight kg 7.8 7.8 7.8 13
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Refrigerant Pipe
Size Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø12.7x7.5
Drain Hose ø,mm ø18, 535 ø18, 535 ø18, 535 ø18, 600
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin /steel
Motor
Rated Output W - - - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 10STEP 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 16STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit EEV EEV EEV EEV

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model MH023FBEA
MH035FBEA MH052FBEA
MH026FBEA
Item INDOOR UNIT
Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 2.60 3.50 5.20
kW
Heating 2.90 3.80 5.60
Dehumidifying Ɛ /h - - 2.5

Perfor- Cooling 8.14 9.16 14.98


Air Volume m3/min
mance Heating 8.23 9.46 14.49
Cooling 31 35 40
Noise dB(A)
Heating 31 35 40
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 30 35 50
Power Consumption W
Heating 30 35 50
Power
Cooling 0.18 0.19 0.30
Operating Current A
Heating 0.18 0.19 0.30
mm 900x304x185 900x304x185 1,100x307x225
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 35.4x12.0x7.3 35.4x12.0x7.3 43.3x12.1x8.9
Weight kg 10.2 10.2 13.0
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Refrigerant Pipe
Size Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø12.7x7.5
Drain Hose ø,mm ø18, 550 ø18, 550 ø18, 920
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor
Rated Output W 15 15 15
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 16STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit EEV EEV EEV

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
MH020FVEA MH026FVEA MH035FVEA MH052FVEA

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 2.00 2.60 3.50 5.20
kW
Heating 2.20 2.90 3.80 5.60
Dehumidifying Ɛ /h 1.0 1.0 1.3 1.9

Perfor- Cooling 7.5 8.5 10.0 14.8


Air Volume m3/min
mance Heating 8.1 8.3 10.4 14.8
Cooling 31 31 35 40
Noise dB(A)
Heating 31 31 35 40
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 30 30 35 50
Power Consumption W
Heating 30 30 35 50
Power
Cooling 0.18 0.18 0.19 0.30
Operating Current A
Heating 0.18 0.18 0.19 0.30
mm 825x285x189 825x285x189 825x285x189 1,065x298x214
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 32.5x11.2x7.4 32.5x11.2x7.4 32.5x11.2x7.4 41.9x11.7x8.4
Weight kg 8.5 8.5 8.5 12.0
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Refrigerant Pipe
Size Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø12.7x7.5
Drain Hose ø,mm ø18,550 ø18,550 ø18,550 ø18,550
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor
Rated Output W - - - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 10STEP 2ROW 10STEP 2ROW 10STEP 2ROW 16STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit EEV EEV EEV EEV

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
MH020FAEA MH026FAEA MH035FAEA MH052FAEA

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 2.0 2.6 3.5 5.2
kW
Heating 2.2 2.9 3.8 5.6
Dehumidifying Ɛ /h - - - -

Perfor- Cooling 7.9 9.1 9.8 14.2


Air Volume m3/min
mance Heating 8.2 9.3 10.0 14.6
Cooling 31 31 35 40
Noise dB(A)
Heating 31 31 35 40
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 30 30 35 50
Power Consumption W
Heating 30 30 35 50
Power
Cooling 0.18 0.18 0.19 0.3
Operating Current A
Heating 0.18 0.18 0.19 0.3
mm 820 x 286 x 190 820 x 286 x 190 820 x 286 x 190 1,065 x 298 x 222
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 32.3 x 11.2 x 7.5 32.3 x 11.2 x 7.5 32.3 x 11.2 x 7.5 42.0 x 11.7 x 8.7
Weight kg 9 9 9 13
Liquid mm Ø6.35 Ø6.35 Ø6.35 Ø6.35
Refrigerant Pipe
Size Gas mm Ø9.52 Ø9.52 Ø9.52 Ø12.7
Drain Hose ø,mm Ø18,550 Ø18,550 Ø18,550 Ø18,550
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor
Rated Output W - - - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 16STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit EEV EEV EEV EEV

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model MH026FSEA MH035FSEA


NJ0261HXEA NJ0351HXEA
Item INDOOR UNIT
Type Slim 1 way cassette Slim 1 way cassette
Cooling 2.60 3.50
kW
Heating 2.90 3.80
Cooling 6.2 7.6
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating 7.5 8.2
mance
Cooling 30 32
Noise dB(A)
Heating 30 32
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 45 50
Power Consumption W
Heating 45 50
Power
Cooling 0.23 0.25
Operating Current A
Heating 0.23 0.25
mm 970x135x410 970x135x410
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 38.2x5.3x16.1 38.2x5.3x16.1
Weight kg 10.5 10.5
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Refrigerant Pipe
Size Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5
Drain Hose ø,mm VP20(ID20/OD25) VP20(ID20/OD25)
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Feedback SSR Feedback SSR
Motor
Rated Output W 28 28
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 12STEP 2ROW 12STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit - -

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
MH026FJEA MH035FJEA MH052FJEA

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Console Console Console
Cooling 2.60 3.50 5.20
kW
Heating 2.90 3.80 5.60
Cooling 9.0 10.5 11.2
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating 10.5 11.3 12.6
mance
Cooling 28 39 44
Noise dB(A)
Heating 28 39 44
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 30 35 50
Power Consumption W
Heating 30 35 50
Power
Cooling 0.25 0.29 0.35
Operating Current A
Heating 0.25 0.29 0.35
mm 720x620x199 720x620x199 720x620x199
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 28.3x24.4x7.8 28.3x24.4x7.8 28.3x24.4x7.8
Weight kg 15.0 15.0 15.0
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Refrigerant Pipe
Size Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø12.7x7.5
Drain Hose ø,mm VP20(ID20/OD25) VP20(ID20/OD25) VP20(ID20/OD25)
Type Turbo Fan Turbo Fan Turbo Fan
Blower Type steel steel steel
Motor
Rated Output W 28 28 28
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 20STEP 2ROW 20STEP 2ROW 20STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit - - -

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
NJ026LHXEA NJ035LHXEA MH052FUEA

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Slim Duct Slim Duct MSP Duct
Cooling 2.60 3.50 5.20
kW
Heating 2.90 3.80 5.60
Cooling 8.6 9.8 16.3
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating 9.0 10.3 15.8
mance
Cooling 30 32 37
Noise dB(A)
Heating 30 32 37
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 80 80 170
Power Consumption W
Heating 80 80 170
Power
Cooling 0.40 0.40 1.04
Operating Current A
Heating 0.40 0.40 1.04
mm 900x199x600 900x199x600 900x260x480
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 35.4x7.8x23.6 35.4x7.8x23.6 35.4x10.2x18.9
Weight kg 26 26 29.5
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Size Refrigerant Pipe
Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø12.7x7.5
Type Sirocco fan Sirocco fan Sirocco fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor
Rated Output W 29 29 50
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 12STEP 2ROW 12STEP 3ROW 10STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit EEV EEV EEV

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Product Specifications(cont.)
Model
MH030FMEA MH035FMEA MH052FMEA

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Mini 4 way cassette Mini 4 way cassette Mini 4 way cassette
Cooling 3.50 3.50 5.20
kW
Heating 3.80 3.80 5.60
Cooling 10.8 10.8 12.1
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating 11.7 11.7 13.6
mance
Cooling 30 34 41
Noise dB(A)
Heating 30 34 41
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 85 85 120
Power Consumption W
Heating 85 85 120
Power
Cooling 0.37 0.37 0.52
Operating Current A
Heating 0.37 0.37 0.52
mm 575x575x260 575x575x260 575x575x260
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 22.6x22.6x10.2 22.6x22.6x10.2 22.6x22.6x10.2
Weight kg 17 17 17
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Size Refrigerant Pipe
Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø12.7x7.5
Type Turbo Fan Turbo Fan Turbo Fan
Blower Type steel steel steel
Motor
Rated Output W 55 55 55
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 10STEP 2ROW 10STEP 2ROW 10STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit EEV EEV EEV

Model
AJN016NDEHA AJN020NDEHA AJN026NDEHA AJN035NDEHA AJN052NDEHA

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Mini 4 way cassette

Cooling 1.60 2.00 2.60 3.50 5.20


kW
Heating 2.00 2.20 2.90 3.80 5.60

Perfor- Cooling 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.6 10.5


Air Volume m3/min
mance Heating 10.6 10.6 10.6 11.3 13.5
Cooling 38 38 38 41 44
Noise dB(A)
Heating 39 39 39 42 45
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 19 19 19 22 28
Power Consumption W
Heating 19 19 19 22 28
Power
Cooling 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.52 0.53
Operating Current A
Heating 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.52 0.53

Outer Dimension WxHxD mm 575*250*575 575*250*575 575*250*575 575*250*575 575*250*575

Weight kg 11.4 11.4 11.4 11.4 11.8

Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5


Size Refrigerant Pipe
Gag mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø12.7x7.5

Type Turbo Fan Turbo Fan Turbo Fan Turbo Fan Turbo Fan
Blower Type steel steel steel steel steel
Motor
Rated Output W - - - - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 8STEP 2ROW 8STEP 2ROW 8STEP 2ROW 8STEP 2ROW 16STEP
Refrigerant Control Unit EEV EEV EEV EEV EEV

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model AQV07PSBN AQV09PSBN AQV12PSBN


NJ020DHXEA NJ025DHXEA NJ035DHXEA
Item INDOOR UNIT
Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 2.00 2.50 3.5
kW
Heating 2.20 3.30 4.0
Cooling 7.9 _ _
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating 8.2 _ _
mance
Cooling 36 36 38
Noise dB(A)
Heating 36 36 38
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 30 50 50
Power Consumption W
Heating 30 50 50
Power
Cooling 0.18 0.40 0.40
Operating Current A
Heating 0.18 0.40 0.40
mm 820x286x205 820x286x205 820x286x205
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 32.3x11.3x8.1 32.3x11.3x8.1 32.3x11.3x8.1
Weight kg 9.0 9.0 9.0
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Size Refrigerant Pipe
Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor
Rated Output W _ _ _

Heat Exchanger 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 14STEP


Refrigerant Control Unit _ _ _

Model AQV18PSBN AQV24PSBN


NJ050DHXEA NJ068DHXEA
Item INDOOR UNIT
Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 5.0 6.6
kW
Heating 6.0 7.8
_ _
Cooling
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating _ _
mance
Cooling 40 41
Noise dB(A)
Heating 40 41
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 40 60
Power Consumption W
Heating 40 60
Power
Cooling 0.30 0.45
Operating Current A
Heating 0.30 0.45
mm 1065x230x298 1065x230x298
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 41.9x9.1x11.7 41.9x9.1x11.7
Weight kg 13.0 13.0
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Size Refrigerant Pipe
Gas mmxL(m) ø12.70x7.5 ø15.88x7.5
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor _
Rated Output W _

Heat Exchanger 2ROW 16STEP 2ROW 16STEP


Refrigerant Control Unit _ _

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
AQV07PMEN AQV09PMEN AQV12PMEN

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 2.00 2.50 3.5
kW
Heating 2.20 3.30 4.0
Cooling 7.9 _ _
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating 8.2 _ _
mance
Cooling 36 37 38
Noise dB(A)
Heating 36 37 38
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 30 50 50
Power Consumption W
Heating 30 50 50
Power
Cooling 0.18 0.40 0.40
Operating Current A
Heating 0.18 0.40 0.40
mm 820x286x205 820x286x205 820x286x205
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 32.3x11.3x8.1 32.3x11.3x8.1 32.3x11.3x8.1
Weight kg 9.0 9.0 9.0
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Size Refrigerant Pipe
Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor
Rated Output W _ _ _

Heat Exchanger 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 14STEP 2ROW 14STEP


Refrigerant Control Unit _ _ _

Model
AQV18PMBN AQV24PMBN

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 5.0 6.6
kW
Heating 6.0 7.8
_ _
Cooling
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating _ _
mance
Cooling 40 41
Noise dB(A)
Heating 40 41
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 40 60
Power Consumption W
Heating 40 60
Power
Cooling 0.30 0.45
Operating Current A
Heating 0.30 0.45
mm 1065x230x298 1065x230x298
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 41.9x9.1x11.7 41.9x9.1x11.7
Weight kg 13.0 13.0
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Size Refrigerant Pipe
Gas mmxL(m) ø12.70x7.5 ø15.88x7.5
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor _
Rated Output W _

Heat Exchanger 2ROW 16STEP 2ROW 16STEP


Refrigerant Control Unit _ _

Samsung Electronics 2-11


Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
AQV09YWAN AQV12YWAN AQV18YWAN

Item INDOOR UNIT


Type Wall-mounted Wall-mounted Wall-mounted
Cooling 2.5 3.5 5.0
kW
Heating 3.2 4.0 6.0
Cooling _ _ _
Perfor- Air Volume m3/min
Heating _ _ _
mance
Cooling 39 41 43
Noise dB(A)
Heating 39 41 43
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50 1,220~240,50
Cooling 520 850 1558
Power Consumption W
Heating 670 980 1662
Power
Cooling 2.5 3.9 7.4
Operating Current A
Heating 3.1 4.5 7.7
mm 880x313x237 880x313x237 880x313x237
Outer Dimension WxHxD
inch 34.6x12.3x9.3 34.6x12.3x9.3 34.6x12.3x9.3
Weight kg 10.5 10.5 11.5
Liquid mmxL(m) ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5 ø6.35x7.5
Size Refrigerant Pipe
Gas mmxL(m) ø9.52x7.5 ø9.52x7.5 ø12.7x7.5
Type Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan Cross Flow Fan
Blower Type Resin/steel Resin/steel Resin/steel
Motor
Rated Output W _ _ _

Heat Exchanger 2ROW 16STEP 2ROW 16STEP 2ROW 16STEP


Refrigerant Control Unit _ _ _

2-12 Samsung Electronics


Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
RJ040F2HXEA RJ050F2HXEA

Item OUTDOOR UNIT


Type Free Joint Multi
Cooling 4.0 5.0
Capacity kW
Heating 4.4 5.7
Perfor-
Air Volume m3/min 30.35 33.05
mance
Cooling 47 48
Noise dB(A)
Heating 47 48
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220-240V~,50Hz
Cooling 1110 1425
Power Consumption W
Power Heating 1020 1360
(Outdoor
Only) Cooling 5.1 6.5
Operating Current A
Heating 4.7 6.2
Fuse Capacity A 15 15
Dimension WxHxD mm 790x545x285 790x545x285
Size
Weight kg 37 40
Type INVERTER
Model Name UG4T150FUDJQSS

Com- Motor Type BLDC Permanent Magnetic Motor


pressor Type POE
Lubricant Oil
Capacity cc 650
Protection Device OLP OLP
Type Propeller Propeller
Blower
Fan Motor Size mm ø410 ø410
&
Blower Rated Output W - -
Motor
Capacitor uFxVAC - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 24STEP 2ROW 24STEP
Refrigerant Control Device EEV EEV
Charging Refrigerant(R410A) gr 1,300 1,600

Samsung Electronics 2-13


Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
RJ060F3HXEA RJ070F4HXEA RJ080F4HXEA

Item OUTDOOR UNIT


Type Free Joint Multi
Cooling 5.9 7.0 8.0
Capacity kW
Heating 6.3 8.6 9.3
Perfor-
Air Volume m3/min 41 44.8 45.4
mance
Cooling 48 49 50
Noise dB(A)
Heating 48 49 50
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220-240V~,50Hz
Cooling 1600 1900 2300
Power Consumption W
Power Heating 1400 2000 2000
(Outdoor
Only) Cooling 7.3 8.7 10.5
Operating Current A
Heating 6.4 9.2 10.1
Fuse Capacity A 20 30 30
Dimension WxHxD mm 880x798x310 880x798x310 880x798x310
Size
Weight kg 59 65 65
Type Twin Rotary Twin Rotary Twin Rotary
Model Name G8T200FUAEW G8T260FUAEW G8T260FUEAW

Com- Motor Type BLDC Permanent Magnetic Motor


pressor Type POE
Lubricant Oil
Capacity cc 700 700 700
Protection Device OLP OLP OLP
Type Propeller Propeller Propeller
Blower
Fan Motor Size mm ø460 ø460 ø460
&
Blower Rated Output W 50 50 50
Motor
Capacitor uFxVAC - - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 36STEP 2ROW 36STEP 2ROW 36STEP
Refrigerant Control Device EEV EEV EEV
Charging Refrigerant(R410A) gr 2,200 2,800 2,800

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Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
RJ100F5HXEA

Item OUTDOOR UNIT


Type Free Joint Multi
Cooling 10
Capacity kW
Heating 12
Perfor-
Air Volume m3/min 70.58
mance
Cooling 59
Noise dB(A)
Heating 63
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220-240V~,50Hz
Cooling 2900
Power Consumption W
Power Heating 2930
(Outdoor
Only) Cooling 13.3
Operating Current A
Heating 13.4
Fuse Capacity A 40(EMI)
Dimension WxHxD mm 940X998X330
Size
Weight kg 74.5
Type Twin Rotary
Model Name UG8T300FUBJUSG

Com- Motor Type BLDC Permanent Magnetic Motor


pressor Type POE
Lubricant Oil
Capacity cc 1200
Protection Device OLP
Type Propeller
Blower
Fan Motor Size mm ø520
&
Blower Rated Output W 125
Motor
Capacitor uFxVAC -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 46STEP
Refrigerant Control Device EEV
Charging Refrigerant(R410A) gr 3,300

Samsung Electronics 2-15


Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
RJ040F2HXEB RJ050F2HXEB RJ052F3HXEA RJ060F3HXEB

Item OUTDOOR UNIT


Type Free Joint Multi
Cooling 4.0 5.0 5.2 5.9
Capacity kW
Heating 4.4 5.7 6.3 6.3
Perfor-
Air Volume m/min
3
30.35 33.05 32.9 41
mance
Cooling 47 48 48 48
Noise dB(A)
Heating 47 48 48 48
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220-240V~,50Hz
Cooling 1120 1320 1350 1600
Power Consumption W
Power Heating 990 1350 1400 1400
(Outdoor
Only) Cooling 4.7 6.0 5.2 7.3
Operating Current A
Heating 4.5 6.2 6.3 6.4
Fuse Capacity A 15 15 20 20
Dimension WxHxD mm 790x545x285 790x545x285 880x638x310 880x798x310
Size
Weight kg 37 40 49 56
Type INVERTER Twin BLDC Rotary
Model Name UG4T150FUDJQSS UG4T200FUAE4
Com- Motor Type BLDC Permanent Magnetic Motor
pressor Type POE
Lubricant Oil
Capacity cc 650 700
Protection Device OLP OLP OLP OLP
Type Propeller Propeller Propeller Propeller
Blower
Fan Motor Size mm ø410 ø410 ø420 ø460
&
Blower Rated Output W - - - 50
Motor
Capacitor uFxVAC - - - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 24STEP 2ROW 24STEP 2ROW 28STEP 2ROW 36STEP
Refrigerant Control Device EEV EEV EEV EEV
Charging Refrigerant(R410A) gr 1,300 1,600 2,200 2,200

Operating Temp. Range Cooling -5 ņ Heating -15 ņ!

2-16 Samsung Electronics


Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
AJ040FCJ2EH AJ050FCJ2EH AJ052FCJ3EH

Item OUTDOOR UNIT


Type Free Joint Multi
Cooling 4.0 5.0 5.2
Capacity kW
Heating 4.4 5.7 6.3
Perfor-
Air Volume m /min
3
29.65 33.05 38
mance
Cooling 52 52 52
Noise dB(A)
Heating 53 54 54
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220-240V~,50Hz
Cooling 1020 1320 1350
Power Consumption W
Power Heating 990 1350 1400
(Outdoor
Only) Cooling 4.7 6.0 6.2
Operating Current A
Heating 4.5 6.2 6.4
Dimension WxHxD mm 790x545x285 790×545×285 880X638X310
Size
Weight kg 37.9 40.0 49.0
Type Twin Rotary Twin Rotary Twin Rotary
Model Name UG4T150FUDJQSS UG4T150FUDJQSS UG4T200FUAE4

Com- Motor Type BLDC Permanent Magnetic Motor


pressor Type POE
Lubricant Oil
Capacity cc 650 650 650
Protection Device OLP OLP OLP
Type Propeller Propeller Propeller
Blower
Fan Motor Size mm ø410 ø410 ø420
&
Blower Rated Output W - - -
Motor
Capacitor uFxVAC - - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 36STEP 2ROW 36STEP 2ROW 36STEP
Refrigerant Control Device EEV EEV EEV
Charging Refrigerant(R410A) gr 1,300 1,600 2,200

Samsung Electronics 2-17


Product Specifications(cont.)

Model
AJ068FCJ3EH AJ070FCJ4EH AJ080FCJ4EH

Item OUTDOOR UNIT


Type Free Joint Multi
Cooling 6.8 7.0 8.0
Capacity kW
Heating 8.0 8.6 9.3
Perfor-
Air Volume m3/min 47.5 44.8 45.4
mance
Cooling 54 54 55
Noise dB(A)
Heating 57 56 57
Power ø,V,Hz 1,220-240V~,50Hz
Cooling 2000 1900 2300
Power Consumption W
Power Heating 1910 2000 2200
(Outdoor
Only) Cooling 9.2 8.7 10.5
Operating Current A
Heating 8.7 9.2 10.1
Dimension WxHxD mm 880x798x310 880x798x310 880x798x310
Size
Weight kg 57.3 65.0 65.0
Type Twin Rotary Twin Rotary Twin Rotary
Model Name UG4T200FUAE4 G8T260FUAEW-SS G8T260FUAEW-SS

Com- Motor Type BLDC Permanent Magnetic Motor


pressor Type POE
Lubricant Oil
Capacity cc 650 700 750
Protection Device OLP OLP OLP
Type Propeller Propeller Propeller
Blower
Fan Motor Size mm ø460 ø460 ø460
&
Blower Rated Output W - - -
Motor
Capacitor uFxVAC - - -
Heat Exchanger 2ROW 36STEP 2ROW 36STEP 2ROW 36STEP
Refrigerant Control Device EEV EEV EEV
Charging Refrigerant(R410A) gr 2,200 2,800 2,800

2-18 Samsung Electronics


2-3 The Comparative Specifications of Product

%FWFMPQNFOU.PEFM $PNQBSBUJWF.PEFM
Item RJ040F2HXEA
RJ040F2HXEB MH040FXEA2C
AJ040FCJ2EH

Indoor
Unit

Design

Outdoor
Unit

MH020FVEA MH026FVEA MH035FVEA 8.5kg MH020FVEA MH026FVEA MH035FVEA 8.5kg


MH020FNEA MH026FNEA MH035FNEA 7.8kg MH020FNEA MH026FNEA MH035FNEA 7.8kg
MH023FBEA MH026FBEA MH035FBEA 10.2kg MH023FBEA MH026FBEA MH035FBEA 10.2kg

MH020FAEA MH026FAEA MH035FAEA 9.0kg MH020FAEA MH026FAEA MH035FAEA 9.0kg


AQV07/09/12PSBN(NJ020/025/035DHXEA)
AQV07/09/12PMEN 9.0kg

Indoor Unit AQV09/12YWAN 10.5kg


MH026FJEA MH035FJEA 15.0kg MH026FJEA MH035FJEA 15.0kg
Net Weight MH026/035FSEA NJ026/0351HXEA 10.5kg MH026FSEA MH035FSEA 10.5kg
AJN016/020/026/035NDEHA 11.4kg MH026FKEA MH035FKEA 15.0kg
AJN052NDEHA 13.4kg

Outdoor Unit RJ040F2HXEA/RJ040F2HXEB 37.0kg 41.0kg


AJ040FCJ2EH 37.9kg MH040FXEA2C

Samsung Electronics 2-19


The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)

RJ040F2HXEA
Item RJ040F2HXEB MH040FXEA2C
AJ040FCJ2EH
MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm
MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm
MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm
MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm
AQV07/09/12PSBN
NJ020/025/035DHXEA 820x286x205mm
Indoor Unit AQV07/09/12PMEN
Outer
AQV09/12YWAN 880x313x237mm
Dimension
MH026/035FJEA 720x620x199mm MH026/035FJEA 720x620x199mm
MH026/035FSEA
970x135x410mm MH026/035FSEA 970x135x410mm
NJ026/0351HXEA
AJN016/020/026NDEHA
575x250x575mm
AJN035/052NDEHA MH026/035FKEA 970x180x390mm
RJ040F2HXEA
Outdoor Unit RJ040F2HXEB 790X545X285mm MH040FXEA2C 790X545X285mm
AJ040FCJ2EH
MH020/026/035FVEA 31/31/35 dB n MH020/026/035FVEA 31/31/35 dB n
MH020/026/035FNEA 32/32/36 dB n MH020/026/035FNEA 32/32/36 dB n
MH023/026/035FBEA 31/31/35 dB n MH023/026/035FBEA 31/31/35 dB n
MH020/026/035FAEA 31/31/35 dB n MH020/026/035FAEA 31/31/35 dB n
AQV07/09/12PSBN
NJ020/025/035DHXEA 36/36/38 dB n
AQV07/09/12PMEN
Indoor Unit
AQV09/12YWAN 39/41 dB n
Noise n
MH026/035FJEA 28/39 dB n MH026/035FJEA 28/39 dB
MH026/035FSEA n
30/32 dB MH026/035FSEA 30/32 dB n
NJ026/0351HXEA
AJN016/020/026NDEHA 38/39 dB n
AJN035/052NDEHA 41/42 dB n 44/45 dB n MH026/035FKEA 36/38 dB n
RJ040F2HXEA
Outdoor Unit RJ040F2HXEB 47/47/61 dB n MH040FXEA2C 47 dB n
AJ040FCJ2EH

Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit) Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit)
The Feature of Product
BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR

UG4T150FUDJQSS G8T200FUAEW-SS

OD117.8 OD127.9

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The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)
%FWFMPQNFOU.PEFM $PNQBSBUJWF.PEFM

Item RJ050F2HXEA
RJ050F2HXEB MH050FXEA2C
AJ050FCJ2EH

Indoor
Unit

Design

Outdoor
Unit

MH020FVEA MH026FVEA MH035FVEA 8.5kg MH020FVEA MH026FVEA MH035FVEA 8.5kg


MH020FNEA MH026FNEA MH035FNEA 7.8kg MH020FNEA MH026FNEA MH035FNEA 7.8kg
MH023FBEA MH026FBEA MH035FBEA 10.2kg MH023FBEA MH026FBEA MH035FBEA 10.2kg

MH020FAEA MH026FAEA MH035FAEA 9.0kg MH020FAEA MH026FAEA MH035FAEA 9.0kg


AQV07/09/12PSBN(NJ020/025/035DHXEA)
AQV07/09/12PMEN 9.0kg
AQV18PSBN(NJ050DHXEA) AQV18PMBN 13.0kg

Indoor Unit AQV09/12/18YWAN 10.5/11.5kg

MH026FJEA MH035FJEA MH052FJEA 15.0kg MH026FJEA MH035FJEA MH052FJEA 15.0kg


Net Weight MH026/035FSEA NJ026/0351HXEA 10.5kg MH026FSEA MH035FSEA 10.5kg
MH030/035FMEA 15.0kg MH030/035FMEA 15.0kg

NJ026/035LHXEA 26.0kg NJ026/035LHXEA 26.0kg

MH052FVEA 12.0kg MH052FVEA 12.0kg

MH052FNEA MH052FBEA MH052FAEA 13.0kg MH052FNEA MH052FBEA MH052FAEA 13.0kg


AJN016/020/026/035NDEHA 11.4kg 15.0kg
MH026FKEA MH035FKEA
AJN052NDEHA 13.4kg
RJ050F2HXEA
Outdoor Unit RJ050F2HXEB 40.0kg MH050FXEA2C 53.0kg
AJ050FCJ2EH

Samsung Electronics 2-21


The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)
RJ050F2HXEA
Item RJ050F2HXEB MH050FXEA2C
AJ050FCJ2EH
MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm
MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm
MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm
MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm
AQV07/09/12PSBN
Indoor Unit NJ020/025/035DHXEA 820x286x205mm
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18PSBN
NJ050DHXEA 1,065x230x298mm
AQV18PMBN
Outer
AQV09/12/18YWAN 880x313x237mm
Dimension
MH026/035/052FJEA 720x620x199mm MH026/035/052FJEA 720x620x199mm
MH026/035FSEA 970x135x410mm MH026/035FSEA 970x135x410mm
NJ026/0351HXEA
MH030/035FMEA 575x260x575mm MH030/035FMEA 575x260x575mm
NJ026/035LHXEA 900x199x600m NJ026/035LHXEA 900x199x600m
MH052FVEA 1,065x298x214mm MH052FVEA 1,065x298x214mm
MH052FNEA 1,099x315x217mm MH052FNEA 1,099x315x217mm
MH052FBEA 1,100x307x225mm MH052FBEA 1,100x307x225mm
MH052FAEA 1,065x298x222mm MH052FAEA 1,065x298x222mm
AJN016/020/026NDEHA MH026/035FKEA 970x180x390mm
575x250x575mm
AJN035/052NDEHA
RJ050F2HXEA
Outdoor Unit RJ050F2HXEB 790X545X285mm MH050FXEA2C 880x638x310mm
AJ050FCJ2EH
MH020/026/035/052FVEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH020/026/035/052FVEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
MH020/026/035/052FNEA 32/32/36/40 dB n MH020/026/035/052FNEA 32/32/36/40 dB n
MH023/026/035/052FBEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH023/026/035/052FBEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
MH020/026/035/52FAEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH020/026/035/52FAEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
AQV07/09/12/18PSBN
NJ020/025/035/050DHXEA 36/36/38/40 dB n
AQV07/09/12PMEN
Indoor Unit AQV18PMBN
AQV09/12/18YWAN 39/40/43 dB n
Noise
MH026/035/052FJEA 28/39/44 dB n MH026/035/052FJEA 28/39/44 dB n
MH026/035FSEA 30/32 dB n MH026/035FSEA 30/32 dB n
NJ026/0351HXEA
MH030/035FMEA 34/34 dB n MH030/035FMEA 30/34 dB n

NJ026/035LHXEA 30/32 dB n NJ026/035LHXEA 30/32 dB n

AJN016/020/026NDEHA 38/39 dB n
MH026/035FKEA 36/38 dB n
AJN035/052NDEHA 41/42 dB n 44/45 dB n
RJ050F2HXEA
Outdoor Unit RJ050F2HXEB 48/48/61 dB n MH050FXEA2C 48 dB n
AJ050FCJ2EH

The Feature of Product Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit) Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit)

BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR


UG4T150FUDJQSS G8T200FUAEW-SS

OD117.8
OD127.9

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The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)

%FWFMPQNFOU.PEFM $PNQBSBUJWF.PEFM
Item
RJ052F3HXEA
AJ052FCJ3EH

Indoor
Unit

Design

Outdoor
Unit

MH020FVEA MH026FVEA MH035FVEA 8.5kg


MH020FNEA MH026FNEA MH035FNEA 7.8kg
MH023FBEA MH026FBEA MH035FBEA 10.2kg

MH020FAEA MH026FAEA MH035FAEA 9.0kg


AQV07/09/12PSBN(NJ020/025/035DHXEA)
AQV07/09/12PMEN
9.0kg
AQV18PSBN(NJ050DHXEA) AQV18PMBN 13.0kg

Indoor Unit AQV09/12/18YWAN 10.5/11.5kg

MH026FJEA MH035FJEA MH052FJEA 15.0kg


Net Weight MH026/035FSEA NJ026/0351HXEA 10.5kg
MH030/035FMEA 15.0kg

NJ026/035LHXEA 26.0kg

MH052FVEA 12.0kg
MH052FNEA MH052FBEA MH052FAEA 13.0kg
AJN016/020/026/035NDEHA 11.4kg
AJN052NDEHA 13.4kg
Outdoor Unit RJ052F3HXEA
AJ052FCJ3EH 49.0kg

Samsung Electronics 2-23


The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)

Item RJ052F3HXEA
AJ052FCJ3EH
MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm
MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm
MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm
MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm
AQV07/09/12PSBN
Indoor Unit NJ020/025/035DHXEA 820x286x205mm
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18PSBN
NJ050DHXEA 1,065x230x298mm
AQV18PMBN
Outer
AQV09/12/18YWAN 880x313x237mm
Dimension
MH026/035/052FJEA 720x620x199mm
MH026/035FSEA 970x135x410mm
NJ026/0351HXEA
MH030/035FMEA 575x260x575mm
NJ026/035LHXEA 900x199x600m

MH052FVEA 1,065x298x214mm
MH052FNEA 1,099x315x217mm
MH052FBEA 1,100x307x225mm
MH052FAEA 1,065x298x222mm
AJN016/020/026NDEHA
575x250x575mm
AJN035/052NDEHA
RJ052F3HXEA 880X638X310mm
Outdoor Unit AJ052FCJ3EH
MH020/026/035/052FVEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
MH020/026/035/052FNEA 32/32/36/40 dB n
MH023/026/035/052FBEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
MH020/026/035/52FAEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
AQV07/09/12/18PSBN
NJ020/025/035/050DHXEA 36/36/38/40 dB n
AQV07/09/12PMEN
Indoor Unit AQV18PMBN
AQV09/12/18YWAN 39/40/43 dB n
Noise
MH026/035/052FJEA 28/39/44 dB n
MH026/035FSEA 30/32 dB n
NJ026/0351HXEA
MH030/035FMEA 34/34 dB n

NJ026/035LHXEA 30/32 dB n

AJN016/020/026NDEHA 38/39 dB n
AJN035/052NDEHA 41/42 dB n 44/45 dB n
Outdoor Unit RJ052F3HXEA 48/61 dB n
AJ052FCJ3EH

Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit)


The Feature of Product

BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR


UG4T200FUAE4SS

OD117.8

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The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)
%FWFMPQNFOU.PEFM $PNQBSBUJWF.PEFM
Item RJ060F3HXEA
RJ060F3HXEB MH060FXEA3B
AJ068FCJ3EH

Indoor
Unit

Design

Outdoor
Unit

MH020/026/035/052FVEA 8.5/12kg MH020/026/035/052FVEA 8.5/12kg


MH020/026/035/052FNEA 7.8/13kg MH020/026/035/052FNEA 7.8/13kg
MH023/026/035/052FBEA 10.2/13kg MH023/026/035/052FBEA 10.2/13kg
MH020/026/035/052FAEA 9.0/13kg MH020/026/035/052FAEA 9.0/13kg
AQV07/09/12/18PSBN 9.0/13kg
NJ020/025/035/050DHXEA
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18PMBN
Indoor Unit AQV09/12/18YWAN 10.5/11.5kg
MH026/035/052FJEA 15.0kg MH026/035/052FJEA 15.0kg
Net Weight MH026/035FSEA 10.5kg MH026/035FSEA 10.5kg
NJ026/0351HXEA
MH030/035/052FMEA 15.0kg MH030/035/052FMEA 15.0kg
NJ026/035LHXEA 26.0kg NJ026/035LHXEA 26.0kg

MH052FUEA 29.5kg MH052FUEA 29.5kg


AJN016/020/026/035NDEHA 11.4kg MH026/035FKEA 15.0kg
AJN052NDEHA 13.4kg

Outdoor Unit RJ060F3HXEA 59.0kg MH060FXEA3B 59.0kg


RJ060F3HXEB 56.0kg
AJ068FCJ3EH 57.3kg

Samsung Electronics 2-25


The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)
RJ060F3HXEA
Item RJ060F3HXEB MH060FXEA3B
AJ068FCJ3EH
MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm
MH052FVEA 1065x298x214mm MH052FVEA 1065x298x214mm

MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm


MH052FNEA 1099x315x217mm MH052FNEA 1099x315x217mm
MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm
MH052FBEA 1100x307x225mm MH052FBEA 1100x307x225mm
MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm
MH052FAEA 1065x298x222mm MH052FAEA 1065x298x222mm
AQV07/09/12PSBN 820x286x205mm
NJ020/025/035DHXEA
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18PSBN 1065x230x298mm
NJ050DHXEA
Indoor Unit AQV18PMBN
Outer
AQV09/12/18YWAN 880x313x237mm
Dimension
MH026/035/052FJEA 720x620x199mm MH026/035/052FJEA 720x620x199mm
MH026/035FSEA 970x135x410mm MH026/035FSEA 970x135x410mm
NJ026/0351HXEA
MH030/035/052FMEA 575x260x575mm MH030/035/052FMEA 575x260x575mm
NJ026/035LHXEA 900x199x600m NJ026/035LHXEA 900x199x600m

MH052FUEA 900x260x480m MH052FUEA 900x260x480m


AJN016/020/026NDEHA
575x250x575mm MH026/035FKEA 970x180x390mm
AJN035/052NDEHA
RJ060F3HXEA
Outdoor Unit RJ060F3HXEB 880X798X310mm MH060FXEA3B 880X798X310mm
AJ068FCJ3EH
MH020/026/035/052FVEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH020/026/035/052FVEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
MH020/026/035/052FNEA 32/32/36/40 dB n MH020/026/035/052FNEA 32/32/36/40 dB n
MH023/026/035/052FBEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH023/026/035/052FBEA 31/31/35/40 dB n

MH020/026/035/052FAEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH020/026/035/052FAEA 31/31/35/40 dB n


AQV07/09/12/18PSBN 36/36/38/40 dB n
Indoor Unit NJ020/025/035/050DHXEA
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18PMBN
AQV09/12/18YWAN 39/41/43 dB n
Noise
MH026/035/052FJEA 28/39/41 dB n MH026/035/052FJEA 28/39/41 dB n
MH026/035FSEA 30/32 dB n n
MH026/035FSEA 30/32 dB
NJ026/0351HXEA
MH030/035/052FMEA 30/34/41 dB n MH030/035/052FMEA 30/34/41 dB n
NJ026/035LHXEA 30/32 dB n NJ026/035LHXEA 30/32 dB n

MH052FUEA 37 dB n MH052FUEA 37 dB n
AJN016/020/026NDEHA 38/39 dB n MH026/035FKEA n
AJN035/052NDEHA 41/42 dB n 44/45 dB n 36/38 dB
RJ060F3HXEA
Outdoor Unit RJ060F3HXEB 48/48/63 dB n MH060FXEA3B 48 dB n
AJ068FCJ3EH
Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit) Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit)
BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR
RJ060F3HXEB RJ060F3HXEA
The Feature of Product AJ068FCJ3EH G8T200FUAEW-SS
UG4T200FUAE4SS G8T200FUAEW-SS

OD117.8 OD127.9
OD127.9

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The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)
%FWFMPQNFOU.PEFM $PNQBSBUJWF.PEFM
RJ070F4HXEA
Item RJ080F4HXEA MH080FXEA4B
AJ070FCJ4EH
AJ080FCJ4EH

Indoor
Unit

Design

Outdoor
Unit

MH020/026/035/052FVEA 8.5/12kg MH020/026/035/052FVEA 8.5/12kg

MH020/026/035/052FNEA 7.8/13kg MH020/026/035/052FNEA 7.8/13kg

MH023/026/035/052FBEA 10.2/13kg MH023/026/035/052FBEA 10.2/13kg

MH020/026/035/052FAEA 9.0/13kg MH020/026/035/052FAEA 9.0/13kg


AQV07/09/12/18/24PSBN
NJ020/025/035/050/068DHXEA 9.0/13kg
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18/24PMBN
Indoor Unit AQV09/12/18YWAN 10.5/11.5kg

MH026/035/052FJEA 15.0kg MH026/035/052FJEA 15.0kg


Net Weight MH026/035FSEA MH026/035FSEA 10.5kg
NJ026/0351HXEA 10.5kg

MH030/035/052FMEA 15.0kg MH030/035/052FMEA 15.0kg

NJ026/035LHXEA 26.0kg NJ026/035LHXEA 26.0kg

MH052FUEA 29.5kg MH052FUEA 29.5kg

AJN016/020/026/035NDEHA 11.4kg MH026/035FKEA 15.0kg


AJN052NDEHA 13.4kg
Outdoor Unit RJ070F4HXEA/RJ080F4HXEA 65.0kg MH080FXEA4B 65.0kg
AJ070FCJ4EH/AJ080FCJ4EH
Samsung Electronics 2-27
The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)

RJ070F4HXEA
Item RJ080F4HXEA
MH080FXEA4B
AJ070FCJ4EH
AJ080FCJ4EH
MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm
MH052FVEA 1065x298x214mm MH052FVEA 1065x298x214mm

MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm


MH052FNEA 1099x315x217mm MH052FNEA 1099x315x217mm
MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm
MH052FBEA 1100x307x225mm MH052FBEA 1100x307x225mm
MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm
MH052FAEA 1065x298x222mm MH052FAEA 1065x298x222mm
AQV07/09/12PSBN 820x286x205mm
NJ020/025/035DHXEA
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18/24PSBN
NJ050/068DHXEA 1065x230x298mm
Indoor Unit AQV18/24PMBN
Outer
AQV09/12/18YWAN 880x313x237mm
Dimension
MH026/035/052FJEA 720x620x199mm MH026/035/052FJEA 720x620x199mm
MH026/035FSEA 970x135x410mm 970x135x410mm
NJ026/0351HXEA MH026/035FSEA

MH030/035/052FMEA 575x260x575mm MH030/035/052FMEA 575x260x575mm


NJ026/035LHXEA 900x199x600m NJ026/035LHXEA 900x199x600m

MH052FUEA 900x260x480m MH052FUEA 900x260x480m


AJN016/020/026NDEHA MH026/035FKEA 970x180x390mm
575x250x575mm
AJN035/052NDEHA
RJ070/080F4HXEA 880X798X310mm
Outdoor Unit MH080FXEA4B 880X798X310mm
AJ070/080FCJ4EH
MH020/026/035/052FVEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH020/026/035/052FVEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
MH020/026/035/052FNEA 32/32/36/40 dB n MH020/026/035/052FNEA 32/32/36/40 dB n
MH023/026/035/052FBEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH023/026/035/052FBEA 31/31/35/40 dB n

MH020/026/035/052FAEA 31/31/35/40 dB n MH020/026/035/052FAEA 31/31/35/40 dB n


AQV07/09/12/18/24PSBN 36/36/38/40/41 dB n
Indoor Unit NJ020/025/035/050/068DHXEA
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18/24PMBN

AQV09/12/18YWAN 39/41/43 dB n
Noise
MH026/035/052FJEA 28/39/44 dB n MH026/035/052FJEA 28/39/44 dB n
MH026/035FSEA 30/32 dB n MH026/035FSEA 30/32 dB n
NJ026/0351HXEA
MH030/035/052FMEA 30/34/41 dB n MH030/035/052FMEA 30/34/41 dB n
NJ026/035LHXEA 30/32 dB n NJ026/035LHXEA 30/32 dB n

MH052FUEA 37 dB n MH052FUEA 37 dB n
AJN016/020/026NDEHA 38/39 dB n MH026/035FKEA 36/38 dB n
AJN035/052NDEHA 41/42 dB n 44/45 dB n
RJ070/080F4HXEA 49/50 dB n
Outdoor Unit MH080FXEA4B 51 dB n
AJ070/080FCJ4EH 63 dB n

Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit) Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit)

BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR


The Feature of Product G8T260FUAEW-SS G8T260FUAEW-SS

OD127.9 OD127.9

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The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)

%FWFMPQNFOU.PEFM
Item
RJ100F5HXEA
AJ100FCJ5EH

Indoor
Unit

Design

Outdoor
Unit

MH020/026/035/052FVEA 8.5/12kg
MH020/026/035/052FNEA 7.8/13kg
MH023/026/035/052FBEA 10.2/13kg
MH020/026/035/052FAEA 9.0/13kg
AQV07/09/12/18/24PSBN
NJ020/025/035/050/068DHXEA 9.0/13kg
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18/24PMBN

Indoor Unit AQV09/12/18YWAN 10.5/11.5kg

MH026/035/052FJEA 15.0kg
Net Weight MH026/035FSEA
NJ026/0351HXEA 10.5kg

MH030/035/052FMEA 15.0kg

NJ026/035LHXEA 26.0kg

MH052FUEA 29.5kg

AJN016/020/026/035NDEHA 11.4kg
AJN052NDEHA 13.4kg

RJ100F5HXEA
Outdoor Unit 74.5kg
AJ100FCJ5EH

Samsung Electronics 2-29


The Comparative Specifications of Product(cont.)

Item RJ100F5HXEA
AJ100FCJ5EH
MH020/026/035FVEA 825x285x189mm
MH052FVEA 1065x298x214mm

MH020/026/035FNEA 825x285x189mm
MH052FNEA 1099x315x217mm
MH023/026/035FBEA 900x304x185mm
MH052FBEA 1100x307x225mm
MH020/026/035FAEA 820x286x190mm
MH052FAEA 1065x298x222mm
AQV07/09/12PSBN 820x286x205mm
NJ020/025/035DHXEA
AQV07/09/12PMEN
AQV18/24PSBN 1065x230x298mm
NJ050/068DHXEA
Indoor Unit AQV18/24PMBN
Outer
AQV09/12/18YWAN 880x313x237mm
Dimension
MH026/035/052FJEA 720x620x199mm
MH026/035FSEA
NJ026/0351HXEA 970x135x410mm
MH030/035/052FMEA 575x260x575mm
NJ026/035LHXEA 900x199x600m
MH052FUEA 900x260x480m
AJN016/020/026NDEHA
575x250x575mm
AJN035/052NDEHA
RJ100F5HXEA 940X980X330mm
Outdoor Unit AJ100FCJ5EH 940x998x330mm
MH020/026/035/052FVEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
MH020/026/035/052FNEA 32/32/36/40 dB n
MH023/026/035/052FBEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
MH020/026/035/052FAEA 31/31/35/40 dB n
AQV07/09/12/18/24PSBN
NJ020/025/035/050/068DHXEA
36/36/38/40/41 dB n
AQV07/09/12PMEN
Indoor Unit AQV18/24PMBN
AQV09/12/18YWAN 39/41/43 dB n
Noise
MH026/035/052FJEA 28/39/44 dB n
MH026/035FSEA n
NJ026/0351HXEA 30/32 dB

MH030/035/052FMEA 30/34/41 dB n
NJ026/035LHXEA 30/32 dB n

MH052FUEA 37 dB n
AJN016/020/026NDEHA 38/39 dB n
AJN035/052NDEHA 41/42 dB n 44/45 dB n
RJ100F5HXEA 59/63 dB n
Outdoor Unit 70 dB n
AJ100FCJ5EH

Free Joint Multi(Variable Indoor Unit)


The Feature of Product

BLDC INVERTER COMPRESSOR


UG8T300FUBJUSG

OD127.9

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2-4 Accessory and Option Specifications

2-4-1 Indoor Unit Accessories


MH FNEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark


DB97-02851C
(MH FNEA except MH052FNEA)
Installation Plate 1
(Plate-Hanger)
DB90-02738A
(MH052FNEA)

Remote Control DB93-03170Z 1

Indoor
Batteries for Remote Control DB47-90024A 2
Unit

User Manual DB98-28925A 1

Installation Manual DB98-31791A 1

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

Samsung Electronics 2-31


Accessories(cont.)

MH FBEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark


DB70-00819A
(MH FBEA except
Installation Plate MH052FBEA)
1
(Plate-Hanger)
DB90-03483A
(MH052FBEA)

Remote Control DB93-04700S 1

Batteries for Remote Control DB47-90024A 2 Indoor


Unit

User Manual DB98-29019A 1

Installation Manual DB98-31788A 1

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

2-32 Samsung Electronics


Accessories(cont.)

MH FVEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark


DB97-02851C
(MH***FVEA except MH052FVEA)
Plate Hanger 1
DB90-02738A
(MH052FVEA )

Remote Control DB93-04700S 1

Batteries for Remote Control DB47-90024A 2

Indoor
Unit

User Manual DB98-31994A 1

Installation Manual DB98-31789A 1

DB39-00943D
C/W COMM2
Wired Remote Controller cables 1
DB39-01047A
Connect Wire

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

Samsung Electronics 2-33


Accessories(cont.)

MH FAEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

DB97-02851C
(MH020/026/035FAEA)
Installation Plage 1
(Plate-Hanger)
DB97-02738A
(MH052FAEA)

Remote Control DB93-06335E 1

Batteries for Remote Control DB47-90024A 2

Indoor
Unit

User Manual DB98-31202A 1

Installation Manual DB98-31790A 1

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

Filter

Image Part name Code-No. Remark

DB63-02129C(Left)
Pre-filter wash in waer
DB63-02130C(Right)

Catechin Filter DB63-00615B

Clean with vaccum cleaner


or soft bursh

Deodorizing filter DB63-00616A

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Accessories(cont.)

MH FSEA NJ***1HXEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

Pattern sheet (Pad Install A) DB69-01947A/B 1

Pattern sheet (Pad Install B) DB69-01936A 1

Insulation refrigerant pipe


(Insulation-base) DB72-00401C 2

Insulation cover band DB72-00109J 1

Installation Manual DB98-27682A 1

Indoor
Unit

Flexible hose
DB94-01258C 1
(Ass'y drain hose joint)

Insulation drain hose DB62-04783A 1

Rubber
(Grommet Hanger) DB63-00237A 8

Insulation hose DB72-00398B 1

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

Samsung Electronics 2-35


Accessories(cont.)

MH FMEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

Pattern sheet DB69-01369A 1

Insulation cover drain DB62-01959A 1

Insulation-drain DB62-01960B 1

Insulation cover band DB72-00109J 1

Insulation pipe DB72-00109G 1

2
(MH030FMEA/
MH035FMEA)
Insulation-Install inlet DB72-00143E
1
(MH052FMEA) Indoor
Unit

1
Insulation-drain DB72-00143G (MH052FMEA
only)

Cable-tie DB65-00191A 5

Ass'y drain hose DB94-01270D 1

M4x12 tapped Screw 6002-000213 4

Installation manual DB98-27682A 1

Safety net DB63-01372A 1

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

2-36 Samsung Electronics


Accessories(cont.)
AJN***NDEHA

Item Description Code No. Q’ty Remark

Ass'y drain hose DB94-03287A 1

Cable-tie DB65-10088C 6

Seal-drain ass'y DB62-11028A 1

Essential Offer
(Indoor Unit)

Seal-drain ass'y DB62-11028H 1

Seal-drain ass'y DB62-11028J 1

DB98-34365A
ASSY INSTALL MANUAL/USER MANUAL 1/1
DB98-34366A

BOLT 6011-003975 4

ASSY-INSTALLATION Essential Offer


DB98-34364A 1
MANUAL (Panel)

CARD WARRNATY DB68-02596B 1

Filter accessory

Item Descriptions Code-No. Remark

Basic/
Dust filter DB63-02739A
Water wash

Samsung Electronics 2-37


Accessories(cont.)

MH FJEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

User Manual DB98-30301A 1

Installation Manual DB98-29317A 1

Seal-Install Outlet DB62-05580V 1

Indoor
Seal-Pipe SVC DB62-05691C 1
Unit

Cable-Tie DB65-10088C 8

Wireless Remote Control DB93-07547B 1

Battery DB47-90024A 2

2-38 Samsung Electronics


Accessories(cont.)

NJ LHXEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

User Manual DB98-31997A 1

Installation Manual DB98-31792A 1

Pattern Sheet DB97-03906A/B 1

Insulation-Install Outlet DB72-00143D 1

Insulation-Install Inlet DB72-00143E 1

Drain Hose Joint DB94-00758B 1

Rubber
DB63-00237A 8
(Grommet Hanger)
Indoor
Unit

Insulation-Drain Out DB62-03439N 1

Insulation-Out DB62-03439J 2

Insulation-Drain In DB62-03440N 1

Cable-tie DB65-10088C 8

Drain Pipe Holder DB90-02064A 2

Wired remote controller Box DB97-01904G 1

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

Samsung Electronics 2-39


Accessories(cont.)

MH052FUEA

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

Wired Remote Controller DB97-04273B 1

User Manual DB98-31997A 1

Installation Manual DB98-31792A 1

DB62-03439J 1
Insulation

DB62-03439N 1

Insulation Drain In DB62-03440N 1

Indoor
Unit
DB72-00143E 1
Insulation Install Inlet

DB72-00143G 1

Ass'y Holder Drain Pipe DB90-02064A 1

Ass'y Drain Hose Join DB94-00758B 1

Rubber
DB63-00237A 8
(Grommet Hanger)

Cable-Tie DB65-10088C 8

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

2-40 Samsung Electronics


Accessories(cont.)

AQV P N (NJ0**DHXEA)

DB97-02851C
(AQV07/09/12PSBN)
(NJ020/025/035DHXEA)
(AQV07/09/12PMEN)
DB90-02738A
(AQV18/24PSBN)
(NJ050/068DHXEA)
(AQV18/24PMBN)

%#,

"27 14#/
/+ %)9&"

%#" %#"
"27 1. /

%#" 64&3."/6"-

%#" */45"--."/6"-

AQV YWAN

DB90-06125A

%#)

%#"

Samsung Electronics 2-41


Accessories(cont.)

2-4-2 Outdoor Unit Accessories


RJ040F2XHEA(B)/RJ050F2XHEA(B)/RJ052F3HXEA/RJ060F3XHEA(B)/RJ070F4XHEA/RJ080F4XHEA
AJ040FCJ2EH/AJ050FCJ2EH/AJ052FCJ3EH/AJ068FCJ3EH/AJ070FCJ4EH/AJ080FCJ4EH

Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

Drain Plug Out DB67-00477A 1

DB98-33093A (RJ040F2XHEA)
DB98-33093F (RJ040F2XHEB)
DB68-03436A (AJ040FCJ2EH)
DB98-33093B (RJ050F2XHEA)
DB98-33093G (RJ050F2XHEB)
DB68-03436B (AJ050FCJ2EH)

Energy Label DB98-33093J (RJ052F3XHEA)


DB68-03436C (AJ052FCJ3EH)
(Ass'y-Label Energy) 1
DB98-33093C (RJ060F3XHEA)
DB98-33093H (RJ060F3XHEB)
DB68-03436D (AJ068FCJ3EH)

DB98-33093D (RJ070F4XHEA)
DB68-03436E (AJ070FCJ4EH)
DB98-33093E (RJ080F4XHEA)
DB68-03436F (AJ080FCJ4EH)

Rubber Leg DB73-20134A 4

1
(RJ050F2HXEA/B)
(RJ052F3HXEA)
(RJ060F3HXEA/B)
(AJ050FCJ2EH)
Flare Nuts, 9.52mm (AJ052FCJ3EH)
DB60-30010B
outer pipe diameter
2
(RJ070/080F4HXEA) Outdoor
(AJ068FCJ3EH) Unit
(AJ070/080FCJ4EH)

Installation Manual DB98-28896A 1

Ass'y -Label Kyoto Protocol DB98-28756A 1


= ( ) kg
= ( ) kg
= ( ) kg

1
(RJ050F2HXEA/B)
(RJ052F3HXEA)
(RJ060F3HXEA/B)
(AJ050FCJ2EH)
(AJ052/068FCJ3EH)

Nipple Connector DB67-00789A


2

(RJ070/080F4HXEA)
(AJ070/080FCJ4EH)

Flare Nuts 5/8” DB60-30010D 1

Nipple Connector 1/2” to 5/8” DB67-01157A (Only RJ080F4HXEA


/AJ080FCJ4EH))

The design and shape can be changed according to the model

2-42 Samsung Electronics


Accessories(cont.)

RJ100F5XHEA
AJ100FCJ5EH
Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

Drain Plug Out DB67-00806A 1

Energy Label
DB98-33449A (RJ100F5XHEA) 1
(Ass'y-Label Energy) DB68-03413A (AJ100FCJ2EH)

Rubber Leg DB73-20134A 4

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Outdoor
Unit

Installation Manual DB98-32978A 1

Ass'y -Label Kyoto Protocol DB98-28788A 1


= ( ) kg
= ( ) kg
= ( ) kg

Flare Nuts 3/8” DB96-16155A 1

Flare Nuts 5/8” DB96-16155B 1

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

Samsung Electronics 2-43


Accessories(cont.)

2-4-3 Transmitter Unit Accessories:


Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark

Transmitter DB93-03568A 1
(Ass'y PCB-DVM Plus I/M) (MIM-B13)

Transmitter Power cable DB39-00378E 1


(Wire Harness-DC Source) (MIM-B13)

Transmitter communication cable DB39-00253B 1


(Connect Wire-COM) (MIM-B13)

Transmitter

Case DB61-00450B 1
(Case-Relay PCB Out) (MIM-B13)

Cable-tie DB65-10088B 3

DB98-25776A
Installation Manual 1
(MIM-B13)

The design and shape can be changed according to the model.

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3. Disassembly and Reassembly
■ Necessary Tools

Item Remark

4$3&8%3*7&3

MONKEY SPANNER

Samsung Electronics 3-1


3-1 Outdoor Unit
Take care of the electrical shock by contact on the charging parts before the discharge after power off. (If takes approximately
2 minutes to discharge.)

3-1-1 RJ040F2HXEA(B)/RJ050F2HXEA(B)/AJ04 0FCJ2EH/AJ050FCJ2EH

No Parts Procedure Remark

1 Common Work You must turn off the Power before


& disassembly.
Control Out 1) Loosen 1 fixing screw(CCW)of the
Cover-Side. (Use +Screw Driver.)

2) Loosen each 6 screws(CCW)on cabi


top.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

3) Loosen each 7 screws(CCW)on cabi


front.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

4) Loosen 2 screw(CCW)fixed to assemble


Plate Control Out with Cabinet-Side RH.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

5) Loosen 2 fixing screws(CCW)on


Cabinet-Side RH.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

3-2 Samsung Electronics


No Parts Procedure Remark

6) Loosen 4 screws(CCW)fixed to assemble


Bracket Valve with Cabinet-Side RH.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

7) Loosen 3 fixing screws(CCW)of Cabinet


Side LF. (Use +Screw Driver.)

Samsung Electronics 3-3


No Parts Procedure Remark

2 Ass’y 1) Detach the Motor Wire from the PCB of


Control Out Ass'y Control Out.

2) Detach several connectors from the PCB


of Ass'y Control Out.

3) Detach 2 Connect Wires from Reactor.

4) Loosen 1 screw(CCW)fixed to assemble


Ass'y Control Out with Partition.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

3-4 Samsung Electronics


No Parts Procedure Remark

3 Fan 1) Release the refrigerant at first.


& 2) Loosen fixing screw(CW).
Motor (Use Monkey Spanner.)
3) Disassemble the fan and motor

4 Heat Exchanger 1) Loosen 2 fixing screws(CCW)on both


sides. (Use +Screw Driver.)
2) Disassemble the pipes in both inlet and
outlet with welding torch.
3) Detach the Heat Exchanger.

Before you disassemble the pipes


and Condenser,be sure that there
should be no refrigerant remained
in the unit.

5 Ass'y Valve 1) Loosen 8 bolts(CCW)fixed to assemble


4 way Valve Service with Bracket Valve like the
& picture on the right side.
Ass'y Valve EEV (Use Monkey Spanner.)
2) Disassemble the pipes assembled the
suction and discharge sides of the
Compressor with welding torch.

6 Compressor 1) Loosen the Nut(CCW)of Terminal Cover.


(Use Monkey Spanner.)
2) Detach the Terminal Cover and detach
the Connect Comp Wire from
Compressor.
3) Disassemble the Felt Comp Sound.
4) Loosen the 3 bolts(CCW)at the bottom
of Compressor like the picture on the
right side. (Use Monkey Spanner.)

Samsung Electronics 3-5


3-1-2 RJ052F3HXEA/AJ052FCJ3EH

No Parts Procedure Remark

1 Common Work You must turn off the Power before


& disassembly.
Control Out 1) Loosen 1 fixing screw(CCW)of the
Cover-Valve. (Use +Screw Driver.)

2) Loosen each 9 screws(CCW)on cabi


top.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

3) Loosen 2 screw(CCW)fixed to assemble


Plate Control Out with Cabinet-Side RH.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

4) Loosen 10 fixing screws(CCW)on


Cabinet-Side RH.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

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No Parts Procedure Remark

5) Loosen each 7 screws(CCW)on cabi


front.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

2 Ass’y 1) Detach the Motor Wire from the PCB of


Control Out Ass'y Control Out.

2) Detach the comp wire from the PCB


of Ass'y Control Out.

3) Detach several connectors from the PCB


of Ass'y Control Out.

Samsung Electronics 3-7


No Parts Procedure Remark

4) Detach 2 Connect Wires from Reactor.

5) Loosen 2 screw(CCW)fixed to assemble


Ass'y Control Out with Partition.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

3 Fan 1) Release the refrigerant at first.


&
2) Loosen the fixing nut and detach the Fan.
Motor
(Use +Screw Driver.)

3) Loosen 4 fixing bolts and detach the


Motor. (Use +Screw Driver.)

4) Loosen 4 fixing bolts and detach the


Bracket Motor. (Use +Screw Driver.)

3-8 Samsung Electronics


No Parts Procedure Remark

4 Heat Exchanger 1) Loosen 1 fixing screws(CCW)on back


sides. (Use +Screw Driver.)
2) Disassemble the pipes in both inlet and
outlet with welding torch.
3) Detach the Heat Exchanger.

Before you disassemble the pipes


and Condenser,be sure that there
should be no refrigerant remained
in the unit.

5 Ass'y Valve 1) Loosen 2 screw(CCW)fixed to assemble


4 way Valve Service with base
& (Use +Screw Driver.)
Ass'y Valve EEV
2) Disassemble the pipes assembled the
suction and discharge sides of the
Compressor with welding torch.

6 Compressor 1) Loosen the Nut(CCW)of Terminal Cover.


(Use Monkey Spanner.)
2) Detach the Terminal Cover and detach
the Connect Comp Wire from
Compressor.
3) Disassemble the Felt Comp Sound.
4) Loosen the 3 bolts(CCW)at the bottom
of Compressor like the picture on the
right side. (Use Monkey Spanner.)

Samsung Electronics 3-9


3-1-3 RJ060F3HXEA(B)/RJ070F4HXEA/RJ080F4HXEA/AJ068FCJ3EH/AJ070FCJ4EH/AJ080FCJ4EH

No Parts Procedure Remark

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&
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Cabinet side RH. (Use +Screw Driver.)
2) Detach the Cable-Connector Wire from
the Terminal-Block.
3) Loosen 2 fixing screws of the Ass'y
Control Out. (Use +Screw Driver.)

4) Loosen 6 fixing screws and detach the


Cabinet Upper. (Use +Screw Driver.)

5) Loosen 2 fixing screws, 7 bolts and


detach the Cabinet Front.
(Use +Screw Driver.)

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No Parts Procedure Remark

6) Loosen 2 fixing screw and pull up the


Control Box. (Use +Screw Driver.)

7) Pull the felt and detach it.

8) Detach the Terminal Cover and detach


the comp lead wire.

Samsung Electronics 3-11


No Parts Procedure Remark

2 Fan 1) Loosen the fixing nut and detach the Fan.


& (Use Monkey Spanner.)
Motor

2) Loosen 4 fixing bolts and detach the


Motor. (Use +Screw Driver.)

3) Loosen 4 fixing bolts and detach the


Bracket Motor. (Use +Screw Driver.)

3 Heat Exchanger 1) Release the refrigerant at first.


& 2) Disassemble the Inlet and Outlet Pipe by
Compressor welding.
3) Loosen the fixing screw of the
Heat Exchanger. (Use +Screw Driver.)
4) Detach the Heat Exchanger.

5) Loosen 3 nuts of the Compressor.


(Use Monkey Spanner.)
6) Detach the Compressor.

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Samsung Electronics 3-19


MEMO

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4. Troubleshooting
4-1 Display Error and Check Method
4-1-1Indoor unit
MH FVEA/MH FBEA/MH FAEA

Display Explanation Main checking Point / Remark

Communication error (unable to receive data) Communication cable connection

Communication error (outdoor cannot communicate) Another indoor unit or indoor PCB

Indoor unit room temperature sensor error (Open/Short) Room temperature sensor, indoor PCB

Indoor unit heat exchanger in temperature sensor error


Heat exchanger in sensor, indoor PCB
(Open/Short)

Indoor unit heat exchanger out temperature sensor error


Heat exchanger out sensor, indoor PCB
(Open/Short)

Indoor unit heat exchanger in temperature sensor detached Heat exchanger in sensor

Indoor unit heat exchanger out temperature sensor detached Heat exchanger out sensor

Indoor unit heat exchanger in & out temperature sensor


Heat exchanger in & out sensor
detached

Indoor unit float switch second detection -

Indoor unit fan motor malfunction Fan motor and cable

More than 2 indoor units cool and heat simultaneously Another indoor unit operation mode

EEPROM error Indoor PCB

Option code setting error Option code

Cable miss-wiring Cable connection (Indoor & Outdoor unit)

MPI error malfunction MPI

Cable connection (another indoor unit &


The number of indoor unit mismatched
outdoor unit), SW01(outdoor)

Compressor discharge sensor error(Short/Open) Outdoor unit

Outdoor unit error Outdoor unit (Error code)

Samsung Electronics 4-1


MH FNEA

Indicators
Description OPERATION TIMER TURBO Main Checking Point

Indoor unit room temperature sensor error -


(open or short)

Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error -


(open or short)

Indoor fan motor malfunction -

EEPROM error Option Setting

Option error
Option Setting
(option wasn t set up or option data error)

Remote Control on/off


Outdoor unit error Outdoor Unit Power Reset

Indoor unit communication error

Outdoor unit communication error

Simultaneous operation error

: On : Flickering : Off
If you turn off the air conditioner when the LED is flickering, the LED is also turned off.

4-2 Samsung Electronics


MH FSEA/NJ 1HXEA/MH FMEA

Indicators
Green Red Yellow Green Orange
Abnormal conditions Operating
MH FSEA

MH FMEA

Power reset

Error of temperature sensor in indoor unit (OPEN/SHORT)

Error of heat exchanger sensor in indoor unit


Error of heat exchanger OUT sensor in indoor unit
Error of outlet temperature sensor in indoor unit
(OPEN/SHORT): For heat pump models only

Error of mixed operation

Error of indoor fan motor : Below 450RPM for 15 minutes

Error of outdoor temperature sensor


Error of CONDENSER sensor
Error of DISCHARGE sensor

1. No communication for 2 minutes between indoor unit and Error of indoor unit:
outdoor unit (communication error for more than Displayed on the
2 minutes) indoor unit
2. Indoor unit receiving the communication error from regardless of
outdoor unit operation
3. Outdoor unit tracking 3 minutes error
4. When sending the communication error from outdoor unit
due to the mismatching of the communication numbers
and installed numbers after completion of tracking
(communication error for more than 2 minutes)

1. 2nd detection of refrigerant completely leak Displayed on


appropriate indoor
2. 2nd detection of high temperature CONDENSER
unit which is
3. 2nd detection of high temperature DISCHARGE operating Displayed
4. Compressor down due to 6th detection of freezing on outdoor unit

Error of float switch

Error of setting option switches for optional accessories

EEPROM error

EEPROM option error

: On : Flickering : Off
If you turn off the air conditioner when the LED is flickering, the LED is also turned off.

Samsung Electronics 4-3


AJN***NDEHA

LED lamp display


Abnormal conditions Operation Defrost Timer Filter Remarks

Power reset X X X
t$IFDLJOEPPSUFNQFSBUVSFTFOTPSDPOOFDUJPO
Error of temperature sensor in the indoor unit
(Open/Short)
X X X t$IFDLJOEPPSUFNQFSBUVSFTFOTPSTSFTJTUBODF
value to see if it’s short/open.
t$IFDL&7"*/065TFOTPSDPOOFDUJPO
Error of heat exchanger sensor in the indoor unit
(Open/Short)
X X t$IFDL&7"*/065TFOTPSTSFTJTUBODFWBMVFUPTFF
if it’s short/open.
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Error of fan motor in the indoor unit X X X
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Error of the outdoor temperature sensor t$IFDLJOEPPSUFNQFSBUVSFTFOTPSDPOOFDUJPO
Error of the condensor temperature sensor X X t$IFDLJOEPPSUFNQFSBUVSFTFOTPSTSFTJTUBODF
Error of the discharge temperature sensor value to see if it’s short/open.
No communication for 2 minutes between t$IFDLDPOOFDUJPOCFUXFFOJOEPPSBOEPVUEPPS
indoor and outdoor unit X X
(communication error for more than 2minutes) heat exchangers’ communication cables
t$IFDLFSSPSPDDVSSFEXJUIPVUEPPSIFBUFYDIBOH-
Error of outdoor unit X
er.
t$IFDLGMPBUTXJUDIDPOOFDUJPO
Detection of the float switch X X t$IFDLXIFUIFSUIFESBJOIBTCFFOGJMMFEXJUI
water.
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EEPROM error X
nent.
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EEPROM option error t*OTQFDUJPOGPSNBUDICFUXFFOJOEPPSBOEPVU-
door machine models
-.Check the wire connection
Motion detect sensor error X X -. Check the MDS-KIT
-.Check the indoor PBA
Mixed operation error X X X

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Test run mode and View mode

Q Display Option Key

KEY KEY operation 7-segment display


17kg 29kg

Press once : Heating test run


35%

“ ” “ ” “BLANK” “BLANK”
20Kg

Weight

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[Comparison of weights with other compani

K1
17kg 29kg

Press twice : Defrost test run


35%

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20Kg

Weight

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17kg 29kg

K2 Press once : Cooling test run


35%

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20Kg

Weight

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K3 Reset
7-segment display

K4 7JFXNPEF 3FGFSUP7JFXNPEFEJTQMBZ
Key Switch

Q VIEW mode display

Number Display
Display contents Units
of press Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3 Segment 4
1 Order frequency 1 Three digits Two digits One digit Hz
2 Current frequency 2 Three digits Two digits One digit Hz
3 Number of indoor heat exchangers 3 Three digits Two digits One digit Hz
4 Out sensor 4 Two digits One digit First decimal °C
5 Discharge sensor 5 Two digits One digit First decimal °C
6 OLP sensor 6 Two digits One digit First decimal °C
7 Cond sensor 7 Two digits One digit First decimal °C
8 Current 8 Two digits One digit First decimal C
9 Fan RPM 9 Three digits Two digits One digit rpm
10 Target discharge temperature A Three digits Two digits One digit °C
11 &&7 B Three digits Two digits One digit step
12 Total indoor heat exchanger capacity C Two digits One digit First decimal kW

Protection control Frequency state


0 : no protection 0 : Normal
control 1 : Hold
0 : air conditioning 1 : freezing 2 : Down
13 Protection control D -
1 : heating 2 : non-stop 3 : Up_limit
defrosting 4 : Sown_limit
3 : over-load
4 : discharge
(SPVQBEESFTTPGJOEPPSIFBUFYDIBOH-
14 E Three digits Two digits One digit -
er
15 S/W check F - - - -

Samsung Electronics 4-5


ECO mode(Power save)

ECO mode lamp : RED

Display ECO mode lamp


Mode
Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3 Segment 4 RED color

ECO mode “BLANK” “BLANK” “BLANK” “BLANK” On

Exit ECO mode Press K3 to exit Off

4-6 Samsung Electronics


MH FJEA

LED lamp display


Abnormal conditions White Remarks

Power reset

Error of temperature sensor in the indoor unit


(Open/Short)

Error of heat exchanger sensor in the indoor unit

Error of the outdoor temperature sensor


Error of the condensor temperature sensor
Error of the discharge temperature sensor

1. No communication between indoor and outdoor unit 1. Indoor unit error


for 2 minutes (Display is unrelated
2. Error on the communication received from outdoor unit with operation)
3. Outdoor unit tracking time out (3 minutes) 2. Outdoor unit error
4. Number of installation does not match after tracking (Display is unrelated
with operation)

Indoor fan motor is non-operative Indoor motor fan error


Indoor fan motor is operating slowly
Indoor fan motor is operates at an excessive speed

Simultaneous cooling/heating operation error


(Multi model only)

[Self diagnosis ]Power voltage detection


between indoor and outdoor unit communication
cable
[Self diagnosis ]Outdoor unit refrigerant
leakage(Gas leak)
[Self diagnosis ]Outdoor fan restriction error
[Inverter ]Inverter compressor operation failure
[Inverter ] DC peak error
[Inverter ]DC Link voltage 150V or less,410V or more
[Inverter ] Compressor rotation error
[Inverter ]Electric current error
[Inverter ]DC Link sensor error
[Inverter ]EEPROM READ/WRITE error
[Inverter ]Inverter zerocrossing error
Setting the outdoor unit capacity option error

EEPROM error

EEPROM option error

MPI no feedback Error

: On : Flickering : Off
If you turn off the air conditioner when the LED is flickering, the LED is also turned off.

Samsung Electronics 4-7


NJ LHXEA/MH FUEA
The error indicated on the LED display of Indoor unit

Indicators
Concealed Type

Abnormal conditions Operating


Blue Red
Standard Type

Power reset

Displayed on
Error of temperature sensor in indoor unit(OPEN/SHORT) appropriate indoor unit
which is operating

Error of heat exchanger sensor in indoor unit Displayed on


Error of heat exchanger OUT sensor in indoor unit appropriate indoor unit
Error of outlet temperature sensor in indoor unit which is operating
(OPEN/SHORT): For heat pump models only

Error of mixed operation

Displayed on
Error of outdoor temperature sensor appropriate indoor unit
Error of COND sensor which is operating
Error of DISCHARGE sensor Displayed on outdoor
unit
1. No communication for 2 minutes between indoor unit 1. Error of indoor unit :
and outdoor unit (communication error for more than Displayed on the
2 minutes) indoor unit regardless
2. Indoor unit receiving the communication error from of operation
outdoor unit
3. Outdoor unit tracking 3 minutes error 2. Error of outdoor unit :
Displayed on the
4. When sending the communication error from outdoor
indoor unit which is
unit the mismatching of the communication numbers
operating
and installed numbers after completion of tracking.
(communication error for more than 2 minutes)

Self-diagnostic error
(including the indoor unit not detected)
1. Error of electronic expansion valve close
2. Error of electronic expansion valve open
3. Breakaway of EVA OUT sensor
4. Breakaway of EVA IN sensor Displayed on
5. Breakaway of COND MID sensor appropriate indoor unit
which is operating
6. 2nd detection of refrigerant completely leak
Displayed on outdoor
7. 2nd detection of high temperature COND unit
8. 2nd detection of high temperature DISCHARGE
9. COMP DOWN due to 2nd detection of low pressure
switch
10. Error of reverse phase
11. Compressor down due to 6th detection of freezing
12. Self-diagnosis of condensation sensor (G8, G9)
13. Compressor down due to condensation ratio control

Error of float switch

Error of setting option switches for optional accessories

EEPROM error

EEPROM option error

: On : Flickering : Off
If you turn off the air conditioner when the LED is flickering, the LED is also turned off.
If you re-operate the air conditioner, it operates normally at first, then detect an error again.

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4-1-2 Ourdoor Unit

DISPLAY EXPLANATION (The error indicated on the PCB display of outdoor unit) REMARK

Communiaction error(indoor unable to receive data) Check electrical connection and setting
Outdoor unit communication error(Abnormal data from indoor unit over 60 packet) Check electrical connection and setting
Indoor unit room temperature sensor error (Open/Short)

Indoor unit heat exchanger in temperature sensor error (Open/Short)

Indoor unit heat exchanger out temperature sensor error (Open/Short)

Indoor unit sensor error-Evaporator pipe in sensor - Self diagnosis

Indoor unit sensor error-Evaporator pipe out sensor - Self diagnosis

Indoor Unit FAN Error

More than two indoor units cool and heat simultaneously

Indoor Unit EEPROM Error

Indoor Unit EEPROM Option Error

Failure of pipe check operation Check piping connection and setting


No pipe check operation check
- occasion : try to operation after the installation through auto addressing mode without pipe check operation. Check setting
The number of Indoor unit mismatched Check electrical connection and setting
Communication error between the outdoor and indoor unit Check electrical connection and setting
Outdoor communication error between main PCB and sub PCB
Outside temperature sensor error(Short/Open)
- Error level: over 4.9V(-50°C) under 0.4V(93°C)
Condenser temperature sensor error(Short/Open)
- Error level: over 4.9V(-50°C) under 0.4V(93°C)
Outdoor unit sensor error - Condenser out sensor(Short/Open) - Self diagnosis

Compressor Discharge temperature sensor error

Compressor discharge sensor detached - Self diagnosis


Compressor OLP sensor error (Short/Open)
- Error condition : outdoor temperature under -20°C
- Error level : over 4.95V(-30°C) under 0.5V(151°C)
EvaIn1 Sensor Short/Open

EvaIn2 Sensor Short/Open

EvaIn3 Sensor Short/Open

EvaIn4 Sensor Short/Open

EvaIn5 Sensor Short/Open

EvaOut1 Sensor Short/Open

EvaOut2 Sensor Short/Open

EvaOut3 Sensor Short/Open

EvaOut4 Sensor Short/Open

EvaOut5 Sensor Short/Open

Samsung Electronics 4-9


Ourdoor Unit(cont.)

DISPLAY EXPLANATION (The error indicated on the PCB display of outdoor unit) REMARK
check pipe lenght, indoor unit filter,
Outdoor unit freezing(Compressor stop) refrigerant leakage/charge and
service port
Outdoor unit overload - Safety control(Compressor stop) check pipe lenght, refrigerant
leakage/charge
Outdoor unit high discharge temperature - Safety control (Compressor stop) check pipe lenght, refrigerant
leakage/charge
Outdoor unit EEV open (Stopped indoor unit’s) -Self diagnosis

Outdoor unit EEV open (operating indoor unit’s) -Self diagnosis

High temperature(over 30°C) of outdoor as heating mode

Low temperature(under -10°C) of outdoor as cooling mode

Outdoor Fan Error

Communication cable mismatched between indoor and outdoor unit Check electrical connection

Inverter compressor starting failure (5 times)

Compressor trip by input current control mode (PFC over current)

Compressor trip by OLP temperature control mode

Over current

Compressor Vlimit Error

DC link Voltage error (under 150V, over 410V)

Abnormal compressor running (Compressor Rotation Error)

Current sensor error

DC link Voltage sensor error

Inverter micom zero-crossing error

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4-2 Setting Option Setup Method

ex)Option No. :

Step 1 : Enter the Option Setup mode.

1st Take out the batteries of remote control.

2nd Press the temperature button simultaneously and


insert the battery again.

3rd Make sure the remocon display shown as .

Step 2 : Enter the Option Setup mode and select your option according to the following procedure.

1
The default value is .
Otherwise, push the button to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads or
repeatedly.

1
2
2
Push the button to set the display panel to .
3 Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.
4
3
Push the button to set the display panel to .
5 Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
6 ➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.

4
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.

5
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.

* Setting is not required if you must 6


a value which has a default. Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.

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7
1
Press button, then the default value is .

8
7 Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
8
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.
9

9
10 Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.
11

12 10
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.

11
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.

12
* Setting is not required if you must Push the button to set the display panel to .
a value which has a default. Every time you push the button, the display panel reads ➡ ➡
➡ ➡... ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ repeatedly.

Step 3 : Upon completion of the selection, check you made right selections.
Press the Mode Selection key, to set the display part to and check the display part.
➡ The display part shows .

Press the Mode Selection key, to set the display part to and check the display part.
➡ The display part shows .

Step 4 : Pressing the ON/OFF button( )


When pressing the operation ON/OFF key with the direction of remote control for unit, the sound ’’Ding’’ or ’’Diriring’’
is heard and the OPERATION ICON( ) lamp of the display is flickering at the same time, then the input of option is completed.
(If the diriring sound isn’t heard, try again pressing the ON/OFF button.)

Step 5 : Unit operation test-run


First, Remove the battery from the remote control.
Second, Re-insert the battery into the remote control.
Third, Press ON/OFF button( ) with the direction of remote control for set.

t&SSPS.PEF

1st If all lamps of indoor unit are flickering, Plug out, plug in power plug again and press ON/OFF key to retry.
nd
2 If the unit is not working properly or all lamps are continuously flickering after setting the option code, see if the
correct option code is set up for its model.

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ex) Option No. :

Step 1 : Enter the Option Setup mode.

1st Take out the batteries of remote control.

2nd Press the temperature button simultaneously and


insert the battery again.

3rd Make sure the remocon display shown as .

Step 2 : Enter the Option Setup mode and select your option according to the following procedure.

1
The default value is .
Otherwise, push the button to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads or
repeatedly.

2
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
... repeatedly.
3 2

3
Push the button to set the display panel to .
1 4
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
... repeatedly.

5 6
4
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
... repeatedly.

5
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
... repeatedly.

6
Setting is not required if you must Push the button to set the display panel to .
a value which has a default. Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
... repeatedly.

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7
Press button, then the default value is .

8
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
... repeatedly.

9 8 9
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
7 10 ... repeatedly.

10
11 12 Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
... repeatedly.

11
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
... repeatedly.

12
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Setting is not required if you must Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
a value which has a default. ... repeatedly.

Step 3 : Upon completion of the selection, check you made right selections.
Press the Mode Selection key, to set the display part to and check the display part.
The display part shows .

Press the Mode Selection key, to set the display part to and check the display part.
The display part shows .

Step 4 : Pressing the ON/OFF button ( )


When pressing the operation ON/OFF key with the direction of remote control for unit, the sound ''Ding'' or ''Diriring''
is heard and the OPERATION ICON( ) lamp of the display is flickering at the same time, then the input of option is
completed. (If the diriring sound isn't heard, try again pressing the ON/OFF button.)

Step 5 : Unit operation test-run


First, Remove the battery from the remote control.
Second, Re-insert the battery into the remote control.
Third, Press ON/OFF key with the direction of remote control for set.

Ŗ Error Mode
1st If all lamps of indoor unit are flickering, plug out, plug in power plug again and press the ON/OFF key to retry.
2nd If the unit is not working properly or all lamps are continuously flickering after setting the option code, see if the correct option code
is set up for its model.

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ex) Option No. :

Step 1 : Enter the Option Setup mode.

1 st Take out the batteries of remote control.

2nd Press the temperature button simultaneously and insert


the battery again.

3rd Make sure the remote contr display shown as .

Step 2 : Enter the Option Setup mode and select your option according to the following procedure.

Feat u r e Di sp l ay

1 Auto

The default value is . Auto

Every time you push the button, the display panel reads Auto Cool
Auto
Dry Fan Heat , OFF Auto Cool Dry Fan Heat repeatedly.

2 Push the button to set the display panel to . Auto

Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...... repeatedly.
3 Push the button to set the display panel to . Auto
2 3
4 Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
4 ...... 10
6 repeatedly.
6 1 5
4
Cool

Push the button to .


Cool
Push the button to set the display panel to .

Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...... repeatedly.
5
Comfort
Care
Temp
Humi
Push the button to set the display panel to . Cool

Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...... repeatedly.

6 Push the button to


Dry

.
Dry
Push the button to set the display panel to .

Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...... repeatedly.

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Feat u r e Di sp l ay
7
Push the button to set the display panel to . Dry

Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
Fan
...... repeatedly.

Fan
8 Push the button to .
Fan
Push the button to set the display panel to .

Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...... repeatedly.
8 7
8
11
9
Push the button to set the display panel to .
10 Fan
10 9
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...... repeatedly.

10 Heat

Push the button to .


Heat
Push the button to set the display panel to .
Comfort Temp
Care Humi Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...... repeatedly.

11
Push the button to set the display panel to . Heat

Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...... repeatedly.

Step 3 : Upon completion of the selection, check you made right selections.
Press the Mode Selection key to set the display part and check the display part.
The display part shows like below when each time you press Mode button .

Auto Cool Dry Fan Heat

Step 4 : Pressing the ON/OFFbutton ( )


When pressing the operation ON/OFF key with the direction of remote control for unit, the sound ííDingíí or ííDiriringíí
is heard and the OPERATION ICON ( ) lamp of the display is flickering at the same time, then the input of option is completed.
(If the diriring sound isnít heard, try again pressing the ON/OFF button.)

Step 5 : Unit operation test-run


First, Remove the battery from the remote control.
Second, Re-insert the battery into the remote control.
Third, Press ON/OFF key with the direction of remote control for set.

Error Mode
st
1 If all lamps of indoor unit are flickering, Plug out, plug in power plug again and press ON/OFF key to retry.
2nd If the unit is not working properly or all lamps are continuously flickering after setting the option code, see if the
correct option code is set up for its model.

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4-2-1 Setting an indoor unit address and installation option
▶ Set the indoor unit address and installation option with remote controller option.
Set the each option separately since you cannot set the ADDRESS setting and indoor unit installation setting option at the
same time.You need to set twice when setting indoor unit address and installation option.
▶ Please use the proper wireless remocon which can set 24 digit option code. Following is the instructions of setting option
code with wireless remocon of MR-DH00. (MR-AH01 can be used for operating but cannot be used for setting the installation
option because only 12 digit option setting is available.
▶ Please refer to the wired remocon installation manual for setting with the wired remocon.

4-2-1-1 The procedure of setting option

Entering mode for Option setting mode


setting option

Mode change

High Temp Button High Fan Button

Low Temp Button Low Fan Button

Step 1. Entering mode to set option


 1. Remove batteries from the remote controller.
2. Insert batteries and enter the option setting mode while pressing High Temp button and Low Temp button.

3. Check if you have entered the option setting status.

Step 2. The procedure of option setting


 After entering the option setting status, select the option as listed below.
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t 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(BSFOPUOFFEUPCFTFUBU.3%)5IFZBSFUIFQBHFPQUJPOTXIJDI
were used at the previous other remocons.
t 4FUUIFFBDICJUPQUJPODPEFJOPSEFSFYDFQUQBHFPQUJPOT
'PSFYBNQMF4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 
4&( 4&( 4&( 
4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 0O 4&(_
0ò 4&(_

0 X X X X X 1 X X X X X
4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
2 X X X X X 3 X X X X X

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4-2-1-2 The procedure of setting option

Option setting Status


4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation. 4&( 4&(
2. Setting Cool mode
Press Mode button to be changed to Cool mode in the ON status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation. 4&( 4&(

4. Setting Dry mode


Press Mode button to be changed to DRY mode in the ON status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation. 4&( 4&(
6. Setting Fan mode
Press Mode button to be changed to FAN mode in the ON status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation. 4&( 4&(

8. Setting Heat mode


Press Mode button to be changed to HEAT mode in the ON status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation. 4&( 4&(

10. Setting Auto mode


Press Mode button to be changed to AUTO mode in the OFF status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation. 4&( 4&(

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The procedure of setting option (cont.)
Option setting Status
12. Setting Cool mode
Press Mode button to be change to Cool mode in the OFF status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation. 4&( 4&(

14. Setting Dry mode


Press Mode button to be change to Dry mode in the OFF status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
4&( 4&(
16. Setting Fan mode
Press Mode button to be change to Fan mode in the OFF status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(PQUJPO
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation. 4&( 4&(

18. Setting Heat mode


Press Mode button to be change to HEAT mode in the OFF status.

4FUUJOH4&( 4&(NPEF
Press Low Fan button(∨
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Press High Fan button(∧
UPFOUFS4&(WBMVF
Each time you press the button, … will be selected in rotation.
4&( 4&(
Step 3. Check the option you have set
After setting option, press button to check whether the option code you input is correct or not.
Option <4&( > <4&( > <4&( > <4&( > <4&( >

Remote Controller Display

Option <4&( > <4&( > <4&( > <4&( > <4&( >

Remote Controller Display

Step 4. Input option


Press operation button with the direction of remote control for set.
For the correct option setting, you must input the option twice.
Step 5. Check operation
1. Reset the indoor unit by pressing the RESET button of indoor unit or outdoor unit.
2. Take the batteries out of the remote controller and insert them again and then press the operation button.

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4-2-1-3 Setting an indoor unit address (MAIN/RMC)

1. Check whether power is supplied or not.


- When the indoor unit is not plugged in, there should be additional power supply in the indoor unit.
2. The panel(display ) should be connected to an indoor unit to receive option.
3. Before installing the indoor unit, assign an address to the indoor unit according to the air conditioning system plan.
4. Assign an indoor unit address by wireless remote controller.
-The initial indoor unit ADDRESS is set as "MAIN : 0, RMC : 0".
-Set Main and RMC Address only the setting is required.
-There is no need to assign the indoor unit Main Address if the outdoor unit is addressing automatically.
The indoor unit Main address will follow the outdoor unit's automatically.
-Assign 12 digit when setting the indoor unit address.
/POFFEUPBTTJHO4&(   XIJDIBSFOPOBQQMJDBCMF&WFOUIPVHIUIPTFTFHNFOUTBSFTFU UIFZXJMMCFJHOPSFE
-If you set the applicable segments with numbers other than the indiciated, the initial setting will be maintained.
Option No. : 0AXXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX

Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(


The unit digit of
Explanation 1"(& MODE Setting Main address
an indoor unit
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details

0 No Main 3&4&37&% 3&4&37&%


Indication address
and Details 0 A _ A single
Main address digit
1 setting mode

Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(

Explanation 1"(& Setting RMC address (SPVQ (SPVQBEESFTT


channel(*16)
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details

3&4&37&% 0 No RMC address 3&4&37&%


Indication
and Details 1 RMC1 _ RMC2 _'
1 RMC address
setting mode

t8IFOi"w_w'wJTFOUFSFEUP4&(_ UIFJOEPPSVOJU."*/"%%3&44JTOPUDIBOHFE
t*GZPVTFUUIF4&(BT UIFJOEPPSVOJUXJMMNBJOUBJOUIFQSFWJPVT."*/"%%3&44FWFOJGZPVJOQVUUIFPQUJPOWBMVFPG
4&(
t*GZPVTFUUIF4&(BT UIFJOEPPSVOJUXJMMNBJOUBJOQSFWJPVT3.$"%%3&44FWFOJGZPVJOQVUUIFPQUJPOWBMVFPG
4&(_
Example) If you want to set as "MAIN : 3, CHANNEL : 1, RMC : B",
4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
0 A 1 - - 3
4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
1 - 1 - 1 B
assign option codes except SEG 1, 7 which are page options.

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4-2-1-4 Setting an indoor unit installation option (suitable for the condition of each installation location)

1. Check whether power is supplied or not.


- When the indoor unit is not plugged in, there should be additional power supply in the indoor unit.
2. The panel(display ) should be connected to an indoor unit to receive option.
3. Set the installation option according to the installation condition of an air conditioner.
- The default setting of an indoor unit installation option is “02000-100000-200000-300000”.
- Individual control of a remote controller(SEG20) is the function that controls an indoor unit individually when there is
more than one indoor unit.
- No need to assign SEG3, 6, 9, 10, 11, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24 which are non applicable. Even though those segments are set,
they will be ignored.
- If you set the applicable segments with numbers other than the indiciated, the initial setting will be maintained.
4. Set the indoor unit option by wireless remote controller.

Option No. : 02XXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX

4&(
Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
(Mini 4Way only)

Explanation 1"(& MODE Use of external Use of central RPM setting


temperature sensor control compensation
3&4&37&%
Indication Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details 0. Not used
1. High ceiling mode
and 0 Disuse 0 Disuse 2. High ceiling kit
Details 0 2 3. Low noise operation
1 Use 1 Use mode
Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(

Explanation 1"(& Use of drain Master / Slave


pump

Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details


3&4&37&% 3&4&37&% 3&4&37&%
0 Disuse 0 slave
Indication
and 1 Use 1 master
Details 1 Use +
2 3minute
delay
Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
Explanation 1"(& Use of external Setting the output S-Plasma ion Buzzer control Number of hours
control of external control using filter
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details
Thermo Mixed operation
0 Disuse 0 on
0 Disuse 0 control 1/Use 2 1000 Hour
buzzer
ON/OFF
1 Control
Mixed operation
Indication 1 control 1/Disuse
and OFF of buzzer
2 2 Control
Details Operation Mixed operation 2000
1 1 Use 2 control 2/Use 6
on Hour
WINDOR buzzer
3 Mixed operation
ON/OFF
3 control 2/Disuse
of buzzer

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4&(
Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
(Mini 4 Way only)
Individual control of Motion detect
Explanation 1"(& a remote controller sensor
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details
0 or 1 Indoor 1 0.No Use (Factory Setting)
2 Indoor 2 0 Disuse 1.Standard Mode/Auto
3 Indoor 3 Set OFF30 Min.
2.Standard Mode/Auto
Set OFF60 Min.
3.Standard Mode/Auto
Indication 3&4&37&% Set OFF 120 Min. 3&4&37&%
and 4.Standard Mode/Auto
Details 3 1 2˚C Set OFF 180 Min.
5.Premium Mode/
4 Indoor 4 Auto Set OFF30
Min.6.Premium Mode/
Auto Set OFF60 Min.
7.Premium Mode/Auto
2 5˚C Set OFF 120 Min.
8.Premium Mode/Auto
Set OFF 180 Min.
X If you input a number other than 0~4 on the individual control of the indoor unit(SEG 20), the indoor is
set as "Indoor 1".
Example) If you want to set as "Exterior temperature sensor : USE, External control : USE, Number of hours
using filer : 2000hr",
4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
0 2 - 1 0 -
4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
1 0 - - - 0
4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
2 1 0 - 0 6
4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
3 0 - - - -
assign option codes except SEG 1, 7, 13, 19 which are page options.
4-2-1-5 Changing a particular option
You can change each digit of set option.
Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
The option mode The tens’ digit of an The unit digit of
Explanation 1"(& MODE you want to PQUJPO4&(ZPVXJMM BOPQUJPO4&(ZPV The changed value
change change will change
Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details
Indication
and The
Option Tens’ digit Unit digit
Details 0 D _' _ _ changed _'
mode PG4&( PG4&(
value

t 8IFODIBOHJOHBEJHJUPGBOJOEPPSVOJUBEESFTTTFUUJOHPQUJPO TFUUIF4&(BTA"
t 8IFODIBOHJOHBEJHJUPGJOEPPSVOJUJOTUBMMBUJPOPQUJPO TFUUIF4&(BTA
Ex) When setting the 'buzzer control' into disuse status.
Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(
The option The tens’ digit of The unit digit of
Explanation 1"(& MODE mode you want BOPQUJPO4&( BOPQUJPO4&( The changed
to change value
you will change you will change
Indication 0 D 2 1 7 1

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4-2-2 Changing a particular option

MODEL OPTION CODE MODEL OPTION CODE


MH020FNEA 026402-13225E-200000-300000 MH026FAEA 047402-14221C-200000-300000
MH026FNEA 027402-14221A-200000-300000 MH035FAEA 047402-16233C-200000-300000
MH035FNEA 027402-16224d-200000-300000 MH052FAEA 047406-19223E-200000-300000
MH052FNEA 026402-19228F-200000-300000 NJ0261HXEA MH026FSEA 078605-1420F8-200000-300000
MH023FBEA MH026FBEA 016402-142209-200000-300000 NJ0351HXEA MH035FSEA 075605-16225d-200000-300000
MH035FBEA 016402-16223c-200000-300000 MH030FMEA MH035FMEA 045023-16415b-200000-300000
MH052FBEA 016406-19224E-200000-300000 MH052FMEA 045024-1940d0-200000-300000
MH020FVEA 007402-132219-200000-300000 MH026FJEA 087417-1400b6-200000-300000

MH026FVEA 004402-1420E7-200000-300000 MH035FJEA 087417-1600d8-200000-300000

MH035FVEA 007402-16221A-200000-300000 MH052FJEA 087417-1900F9-200000-300000

MH052FVEA 005406-19225E-200000-300000
MH020FAEA 047402-1320E9-200000-300000

TYPE MODEL Option Code


AQV07PSBN(NJ020DHXEA) 011305-1740E9-271416-372500-03403D-112E3F
AQV09PSBN(NJ025DHXEA) 011305-17421D-271921-372500-03403D-112E3F
AQV12PSBN(NJ035DHXEA) 011305-17423D-272328-372500-034B46-11474D
P
AQV18PSBN(NJ050DHXEA) 012305-17421D-27323C-372600-034743-113F47
AQV24PSBN(NJ068DHXEA) 012305-17427B-27444E-378200-034C4B-104442
AQV07PMEN 015302-1740E9-271416-272500-033D3B-102E3E
AQV09PMEN 015305-19422E-271921-37F600-022D2B-102E3E
P+ AQV12PMEN 015305-18424E-272328-37F600-034547-10454D
AQV18PMBN 012305-17421D-27323C-372600-031743-113F47
AQV24PMBN 012305-17427B-27444E-378200-034C4B-104442
AQV09YWAN 010345-17C0F5-271920-372500-033B32-102A3C
Y AQV12YWAN 010345-15C215-272328-352500-03453F-10404E
AQV18YWAN 010245-15C24A-27323C-374500-03474C-104248

External Static Pressure


1.0 2.0(Standard) 3.0 4.0
(mmAq)

NJ026LHXEA 015201-1400Fb 015201-14020c 015201-140360 015201-1403A2


-200000-300000 -200000-300000 -200000-300000 -200000-300000

NJ035LHXEA 015201-16025d 015201-16026E 015201-1603c4 015203-160108


-200000-300000 -200000-300000 -200000-300000 -200000-300000

External Static Pressure


0.0 2.0 4.0(Standard) 6.0
(mmAq)
012221-194247 012221-194360 012221-1943A2 012223-194105
MH052FUEA
-200000-300000 -200000-300000 -200000-300000 -200000-300000

Option AJ N016NDE HA AJ N020NDE HA AJ N026NDE HA AJ N035NDE HA AJ N052NDE HA


S E G 1~6 01507F 01507F 01507F 01507F 01507F
S E G 7~12 1660F 8 1660F 8 1660F 8 166219 17625D
S E G 13~18 231014 231416 231A21 232328 23343C
S E G 19~24 300000 300000 300000 300000 300000
S E G 25~30 020000 020000 020000 020000 020000
S E G 31~36 100000 100000 100000 100000 100000
S E G 37~42 200000 200000 200000 200000 200000
S E G 43~48 300000 300000 300000 300000 300000
S E G 49~54 - - - - -
S E G 55~60 - - - - -

If you are going to use up to SEG 24, please refer to following instruction.
SEG 18 :
Not in use Use
Change temperature display 0(Celsius) 1(Fahrenheit)
Sound Mute 0 2
If you want to use multiple functions, add each of the ‘use’ value of the function you want to used and input the final addition
as option value. (Use Fahrenheit + Sound mute : 1 + 2 = 3)
Ex) 044217-1d00e6-200000-300000
When using Sound mute : 044217-1d00e6-200002-300000
When using Fahrenheit and Sound mute : 044217-1d00e6-200003-300000

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4-3 Items to be checked first
1. The input voltage should be rating voltage ±10% range.
The air conditioner may not operate properly if the voltage is out of this range.

2. Is the link cable linking the indoor unit and the outdoor unit linked properly?
The indoor unit and the outdoor unit shall be linked by 4 cables.
Check the terminals if the indoor unit and outdoor unit are properly linked by the same number of cables.
Otherwise the air conditioner may not operate properly.

3. When a problem occurs due to the contents illustrated in the table below it is a symptom not related to the malfunction of the
air conditioner.

No Operation of air conditioner Explanation

1 In a COOL operation mode, the compressor does not In happens after a delay of 3 minutes when the compressor
operate at a room temperature higher than the setting is reoperated. The same phenomenon occurs when a power
temperature that the INDOOR FAN should operate. is on.
In a HEAT operation mode, the compressor does not As a phenomenon that the compressor is reoperated after a
operate at a room temperature lower than the setting delay of 3 minutes, the indoor fan is adjusted automatically with
temperature that indoor fan should operate. reference to a temperature of the air blew

2 Fan speed setting is not allowed in AUTO( ) or The speed of the indoor fan is set to LL in DRY mode.
DRY( ) mode. Fan speed is 5 steps and is selected automatically in AUTO
mode.

3 Compressor stops operation intermittently in Compressor operation is controlled automatically in DRY mode
DRY( ) mode. depending on the room temperature and humidity.

4 Compressor of the outdoor unit is operating although When the unit is turned off while de-ice is activated, the
it is turned off in a HEAT mode. compressor continues operation for up to 12 minutes (maxi-
mum) until the deice is completed.

5 Timer LED( ) only of the indoor unit lights up and Timer is being activated and the unit is in ready mode.
the air conditioner does not operate. The unit operates normally if the timer operation is cancelled.

6 The compressor and indoor fan stop intermittently in The compressor and indoor fan stop intermittently if room
HEAT mode. temperature exceeds a setting temperature in order to protect
the compressor from overheated air in a HEAT mode.

7 Indoor fan and outdoor fan stop operation The compressor operates in a reverse cycle to remove
intermittently in a HEAT mode. exterior ice in a HEAT mode, and indoor fan and outdoor fan
do not operate intermittently for within 20% of the total heater
operation.

8 The compressor stops intermittently in a The compressor stops intermittently or the fan speed of the
COOL mode or DRY mode, and fan speed of the indoor unit decreases to prevent inside/outside air frozen
indoor unit decreases. depending on the inside/outside air temperature.

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4-4 Checking and Testing operations
To complete the installation, perform the following checks and tests to ensure that the air conditioner is operating
correctly.

1. Review all the following elements in the installation:


1. Ŗ Installation site strength
1. Ŗ Piping connection tightness not to leak any gas
1. Ŗ Connection wiring
1. Ŗ Heat-resistant insulation of the piping
1. Ŗ Drainage
1. Ŗ Earthing wire connection
1. Ŗ Setting number of the indoor unit installed (Outdoor unit SW)
1. Ŗ Setting SW02 for addressing mode (AUTO or MANUAL)
1. Ŗ Address number on each indoor unit (Manual addressing mode)
1. Ŗ Correct operation for pipe checking connection (follow the step below)
1. Ŗ If the auto addressing, refer to next page.
1. Ŗ If the manual addressing, please do cool mode try-run or heat mode try-run.(refer to below)

2. Settings of PCB Display of the Outdoor unit


2. -K1 :pipe checking operation button -K2 :Function button
2. -K3 :Reset button -K4 :View mode change button

Key
K1 K2 K3 K4
Push
Pipe Checking Heat Mode Try
1 Operation run SW02 SW01

(Display: ) (Display: )
K1
Refrigerant Switch
2 - Charging DIS01 DIS02

(Display: ) View mode


Reset Indoor unit
Cool Mode Try change address
3 - run
(Display: )
K2 K3 K4

Pump down View data display


4 -
(Display: )
Outdoor PCB Display
K4 View mode Display changes (Except RJ100F5HX**)

Push Display Explanation Push Display Explanation

0 Present Compressor Frequency 8 Discharge temperature

1 Target Compressor Frequency 9 OLP temperature

2 Order Compressor Frequency 10 Condenser temperature

3 EEV0 current step 11 Outdoor temperature

4 EEV1 current step 12 First current

5 EEV2 current step 13 Target Discharge temperature

6 EEV3 current step 14 Total capacity of the indoor units

7 Fan RPM (H:high,L:low,Blank:off ) 15 Safety control

Ŗ The EEV 2 and EEV 3 of RJ040F2HXE*/RJ050F2HXE* models are


always displayed as blank.
Ŗ The EEV 3 of RJ052F3HXE*RJ060F3HXE* model is always displayed as blank.

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K4 View mode Display changes (RJ100F5HX**)

Push Display Explanation Push Display Explanation

0 Present Compressor Frequency 8 Discharge temperature

1 Target Compressor Frequency 9 OLP temperature

2 EEV0 current step 10 Condenser temperature

3 EEV1 current step 11 Outdoor temperature

4 EEV2 current step 12 First current

5 EEV3 current step 13 Target Discharge temperature

6 EEV4 current step 14 Total capacity of the indoor units

7 Fan RPM (H:high,L:low,Blank:off ) 15 Safety control(just


control for Service Technician)

2.2. Apply the power to the outdoor unit.


Outdoor unit will try to communicate the number of indoor units specified by SW01 on outdoor display PCB.

Does LED show "Normal display"?


Yes OK : This number is displayed
"Normal display" means, right 2 digit of
only while communicating,
LED on Display PCB displays '00' and
so each number is displayed
left 2 digit of LED displays indoor unit
for a short time in order.
address number.

No

No
Is error code started with '' ''
Nothing is displayed on the LED.
displayed on the LED?

Yes
Check the power source,
Check the indoor unit, outdoor unit or wiring
power cable & FUSE on
according the error code table.
the outdoor unit.

2. Pipe Checking Operation (Auto Addressing Mode)

Automated checking of pipe connection (Auto addressing option)


Ŗ Turn on the outdoor unit and wait for one minute.
Ŗ During these 60 seconds,the left dispaly DIS01 will show sequentially
Ŗ 00-01-02-03-...15-00.
Ŗ E199 is showed on the display PCB of outdoor unit.
Ŗ -It means you didn ’t do “Pipe check operation“
Ŗ Push [K1 ] button on the display PCB of outdoor unit once, then begins to start “Pipe check operation”
with displaying as below.2.

Button [K1] 1 times


DIS 01 DIS 02

Display

[DIS 01 ] is flickering on the setting time.


Outdoor Temperature
Ň% or more less than Ň%
Time duration
(Cool mode) (Heat mode)
5min~10min 20min~50min

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Expected time of 4 indoor units installation.
Ŗ [DIS02 ] shows the indoor unit under searching.
Ŗ It could take more time depending on the indoor and outdoor temperature.
Ŗ After completeing pipe check operation,it shows “ ” on the display PCB.
Ŗ The left display DIS01 will show sequentially the following message:
Ŗ 00 -Estabilished communication with indoor unit “A”;
Ŗ 01 -Estabilished communication with indoor unit “B”;
Ŗ 02 -Estabilished communication with indoor unit “C”;
Ŗ 03 -Estabilished communication with indoor unit “D”;
Ŗ 00 -Estabilished communication with indoor unit “A”...
Ŗ Function of Step 3

Mode Function

Auto Addressing Checking the connection & addressing

Manual Addressing Checking the connection only

- If the auto addressing does not work according to the indoor unit capacity, model or installation condition,apply the manual
addressing.

When SW01 set "0"on Auto address mode,it means you install the maximum number of indoor unit.
1) Installation ID Unit Number=MAX Installation ID Unit Number of OD Unit.
Don't need set SW01.
2) Installation ID Unit Number<MAX Installation ID Unit Number of OD Unit.
Pls set SW01 as the number of which you install the indoor unit.
On Manual address mode,you must set SW01 as the number of which you install the indoor unit.

- This mode is for finding the combination between indoor unit and each valve on the outdoor unit. Because refrigerant flow is
controlled with EEV in the outdoor, controller should know which EEV will control which indoor unit.
- Once "PIPE CHECK MODE" is done normally, each indoor unit will remember the given address number by the outdoor unit
and no need to do this checking. But in case of listed below, PIPE CHECK MODE should be done again.
2. - Ŗ Re-install the system (ie.house moving)
2. - Ŗ Remove indoor unit, Add new indoor unit, Change indoor PCB for repair.
2. - Ŗ Mode change from "manual addressing" to "auto addressing"
- On this mode the controller will ignore the manual address number set on the rotary switch on the indoor PCB.
- To confirm the indoor address number assigned by this mode, use "TEST MODE" and the address number will be displayed on
the LED display on the indoor unit.

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In case of MANUAL ADDRESSING mode.

Switch Setting and Testing Operation


To complete the installation, perform the following checks and tests to ensure that the air conditioner is operating correctly.
Step 1 Review all the following elements in the installation:
Ŗ Installation site strength
Ŗ Piping connection tightness to detect any gas leakage
Ŗ Connection wiring
Ŗ Heat-resistant insulation of the piping
Ŗ Drainage
Ŗ Earthing wire connection
Step 2 IMPORTANT!
Before selecting switch turn off the system power supply

- Select rotary switch “SW01 ” of outdoor unit display PCB,according to number


of indoor unit connected:

Switch

Indoor unit ex) connecting with ex) connecting with


address 2 indoor units. 4 indoor units.

Views data display

Advise control we are going to proceeed


with manual addressing as follow:

SW02
Manual -Move dip switch n°1 of “SW02
addressing -outdoor unit display PCB ” down;

Switch

Indoor unit
address

Views data display

Step 3 Follow of indication reported into table below for indoor unit addressing.
Step 4 Turn on the system power supply and waiting for 60 seconds after estabilishing communication between outdoor and
indoor units.
During this phase,the left display of outdoor unit display PCB “DIS01 ” will count fom 00--01--02 to 15.
Estabilished communication the left display will count sequentially:
00--communication with indoor unit A;
01--communication with indoor unit B;
02--communication with indoor unit C;
03--communication with indoor unit D;

In case of Manual address mode,you can do pipe check operation for check whether you connect the pipes correctly or not.
But you need set indoor address switch yourselves.

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Switch Setting and Testing Operation (cont.)

TO SET ADDRESSING MANUALLY BY ROTARY


TYPE PICTURE MODEL
SWITCH “SW02 ”

MH020FVEA
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SLIM DUCT
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MSP-DUCT
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MH026FJEA
CONSOLE MH035FJEA
MH052FJEA

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Switch Setting and Testing Operation (cont.)

ROTARY SWITCH “SW02 ” POSITION ACCORDING TO REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT


CONNECTED (0=A;1=B;2=C;3=D;4=E )

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Please do cool mode try-run or heat mode try run.
Cool mode try-run :Push the [K2 ] button three times.
Heat mode try-run :Push the [K2 ] button once.

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Setting an indoor unit address (MAIN/RMC) (AQV07/09/12/18/24****)
1. Check whether power is supplied or not.
- When the indoor unit is not plugged in, there should be additional power
Indoor Unit
supply in the indoor unit.
1(L) F2
2. The panel(display ) should be connected to an indoor unit to receive option. 2(N) F1

3. Before installing the indoor unit, assign an address to the indoor unit according
to the air conditioning system plan.
4. Assign an indoor unit address by wireless remote controller.
- The initial setting status of indoor unit ADDRESS(MAIN/RMC) is "0A0000-100000-200000-300000"
- There is no need to assign extra ADDRESS for 1:1 installation between indoor unit and outdoor unit.

Option No. : 0AXXXX-1XXXXX-2XXXXX-3XXXXX

Option 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&( 4&(


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Explanation 1"(& MODE
address unit address unit indoor unit

Remote
Controller
Display

Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details

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0
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0 A _ 100-digit _ 10-digit _
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mode
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address channel(*16)

Remote
Controller
Display

Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details Indication Details

No RMC
0
Indication address
and Details 1 RMC RMC1 _' RMC2 _'
address
1
setting
mode
※ You must set RMC address setting mode when using the centralized Control .

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If Error code is displayed on indoor or outdoor LED, check as follows;

- Manaul address setting


Contents
Q1 Turn on the system. But outdoor units PCB displayed E201 or E101 Error code.
Check point Remarks
Outdoor PCB
Step 1 Check to Number of indoor unit’s SW01.
SW01

Check to power cable to indoor units.


Step 2 Wire connect
Check to communication cable indoor units.

Contents
Q2 Turn on the system. But outdoor units PCB displayed E203 Error code.
Check point Remarks
Outdoor communication error between the outdoor main Outdoor PCB
Guidance
PCB and sub PCB. SW01

Step 1 Check to sub PCB wire and replace it. Wire connect

Contents
Q3 Turn on the indoor units. But indoor unit displayed E121/122/123/154 Error code.
Error code Explanation
E121 Indoor unit room temperature sensor error (open/short)
E122 Indoor unit heat exchanger in temperature sensor error (open/short)
E123 Indoor unit heat exchanger out temperature sensor error (open/short)
E154 Indoor unite fan error
Please, all units turn off and check to indoor unit’s PCB and wire connection. E121/122/123 error detected, replace
Guidance
related sensor.

Contents
Q4 Turn on the system. But indoor unit displayed E162/163 Error code.
Error code Explanation
E162 Indoor unit EEPROM Error.
E163 Indoor unit EEPROM Option Error.
Please, all units turn off and follow guidance.
E163 : Please reset indoor Option code.
Guidance
E163 : If you don’t know about that, replace indoor unit PCB which is related.
E162 : Please replace indoor unit PCB which is related.

Contents
Q5 Turn on the system. But outdoor unit displayed E221/237/251/320 Error code.
Error code Explanation
E221 Outside temperature sensor error (open/short)
E237 Indoor unit heat exchanger in temperature sensor error (open/short)
E251 Condenser temperature sensor error (open/short)
E251 Compressor Discharge temperature sensor error (open/short)
E320 Compressor OLP sensor error (open/short)
Guidance Please, The System turn off and replace sensor which is related.

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Contents
Q6 Indoor units address SW setting correct, but outdoor unit’s PCB displayed E201 Error Code.
Check point Remarks
Indoor unit’s sub PCB address SW or sub PCB is
Analysis
connected by mistake.

Check to indoor unit’s sub PCB wire connecting Indoor


Step 1
condition.(misconnecting or Sub PCB is out of order) Sub PCB

Step 2 Address setting mode change to auto address setting.

Step 3 Following auto address setting steps.

Manual Address setting is Option in FJM PLUS A.


Guidance
But we solved problem like this situation, with auto address setting.

- Auto address setting


Contents
Q1 When the pipe checking operation is finished, outdoor sub PCB display E190 Error code.
Check point Remarks
Outdoor unit fails to search indoor units or to check
Analysis The pipe checking operation
indoor address.

Whether The gas and liquid pipes are crossed with


Step 1 Pipe connecting
each other, check to connecting.

Check to outdoor unit’s EEV coil being connected in


Step 2 EEV Coil
proper location.

Check to indoor unit’s sensor being connected in


Step 3 Indoor sensor
proper location.

During the pipe checking operation , system check temperature change of indoor Heat exchanger.In case, indoor
Guidance
sensor defect, EEV coil connector detach, malfunction of EEV, Leakage of Refrigerant, and etc can make this case.

- Address setting another case


Contents
Q1 When the system installation is finished, outdoor unit’s PCB display E202 Error code.
Check point Remarks
This problem is caused by outdoor unit’s communication
Analysis part trouble or indoor units power and communication The pipe checking operation
line trouble.

Step 1 Check to connect outdoor unit and indoor units cable. Pipe connecting

Replace outdoor unit’s ass’y control or indoor unit’s


Step 2 EEV Coil
ass’y control.

Basically, This error caused by communication between Indoor Units and Outdoor Unit.
Guidance
First of all, check the all communication connection and PCB’s status.

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- Operation Error
Contents
Q1 While using cooling or heating, indoor units display E161 Error code
Check point Remarks
This problem is caused by user’s fault. User’s simultaneously operate 2 more indoor units in the same time cooling
Analysis
and heating mode.

FJM is operate by just cooling or heating mode only. (Only, HR system can operate cooling and heating mode
Guidance simultaneously in the same time)
Outdoor unit will be operate by first received signal, another operation signal is not applied system.

Contents
Q2 While using cooling or heating, System turn off and display E416 Error code.
Check point Remarks
E416 is outdoor unit high discharge temperature safety control Error code.
Analysis After System restart automatically until 3 times, system stop and display this error.
System can be operated by remote controller signal and K3(reset) key input.

Check outdoor units installation environment.


Step 1
(air flow blocking, the halation of another outdoor air flow)

Step 2 Check refrigerant leakage.


Step 3 Check outdoor EEV operation.

Contents
Q3 While using cooling or heating, System Turn off and display E458 Error code
Check point Remarks
E458 Error is related with outdoor unit fan Error.
Analysis Especially, If system have a some problem in fan, in heating mode , it will be happened.
And In auto address setting, without pipe checking operation must be happened it.

Step 1 Check to outdoor fan operation.


Step 2 If outdoor fan operation is clear, start to pipe checking operation.

When Auto address setting is finished without pipe checking operation, in heating mode, outdoor unit refrigerant
distribution control is malfunction.
Guidance
It make our system to confuse it’s condition.
But, basically this error code is concerned about fan error.

Contents
Q4 While using cooling mode, outdoor unit turn off and display E401 Error code.
Check point Remarks

This is caused by protection mode behavior.


Analysis
This is indoor Evaporator Freezing protection mode.

Step 1 Please, check indoor unit, whether inlet or outlet grill is closed.
Step 2 Please, check indoor unit, whether indoor fan is working.

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Contents
Q5 When system start in cooling mode, System don’t operate and display E441 Error code
Check point Remarks
FJM PLUS is able to operate by -10ŇC
Analysis But we admit that minimum Cooling temperature is by -5ŇC
Please, Remember cooling operation range.

Contents
Q6 While using heating, outdoor unit turn off and display E404 Error code.
Check point Remarks
Heating overload safety mode make this situation.
Analysis After System restart automatically until 3 times, System display this error code and stop.
System can operate by remote controller input signal or K3(reset) key input.

Step 1 Check indoor units air flow.

Step 2 Check outdoor unit air flow and installation (outdoor air flow blocking & over charging)

Contents
Q7 When system start in Heating mode, System don’t operate and display E440 Error code.
Check point Remarks
FJM PLUS is able to operate up to 30ŇC
Analysis But we admit that Maximum Heating temperature is up to 24ŇC
Please, Remember Heating operation range.

- Try-run Check Error

Contents
While the system is working try-run mode, system turn off and display E128 / 129 / 246 / 261 / 419 / 422 / 554
Q1
Error code.
Check point Remarks

These Error codes only apply with Try-run mode, in case of system have some defect as result of try-run operation.
Analysis
Refer to self-detection algorithm (Check Error Code meaning and check it out)

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4-42 Samsung Electronics


4-5-3 Checking Outdoor Controller
1. Making sure the wire connections.
Caution! When you remove PBA, you have to check DC link Voltage. After Power off, DC link Voltage is so high!
2. Checking AC(220~240V) line
3. Checking DC voltage on each point
RJ040F2HXEA(B)/RJ050F2HXEA(B) RJ052F3HXEA/RJ060F3HXEA(B)/RJ070F4HXEA/RJ080F4HXEA
Item Measuring point Normal value Item Measuring point Normal value
DC LINK CE101 voltage AC220V -> 305~310Vdc DC LINK CE001 voltage AC220V -> 305~310Vdc
Main control 15V CE154 voltage 14.5V - 15.5V Main control 15V CE110 voltage 14.5V - 15.5V
Main control 12V CE157 voltage 12V - 15V Main control 12V CE108 voltage 12V - 15V
Main control 5V CE158 voltage 4.75V - 5.25V Main control 5V CE106 voltage 4.75V - 5.25V
Main control 3.3V CE155 voltage 3.0V - 3.6V Main control 3.3V CE105 voltage 3.0V - 3.6V
RJ100F5HXEA MAIN PCB
Item Measuring point Normal value
12V CN12 DC11~13V
5V CN32 3-4PIN DC4.75~5.25V
RJ100F5HXEA INVERTER PCB
Item Measuring point Normal value
DC LINK PFCM 33/32 300~320V
Main control 15V refer to picture DC 14~16V
Main control 12V refer to picture DC 11~13V
Main control 5V refer to picture DC 4.75V - 5.25V
Main control 3.3V refer to picture DC 3.0V - 3.6V
4. Checking PFCM
Check Resistance between R and S
RJ040F2HXEA(B)/RJ050F2HXEA/AJ040FCJ2EH
s R

RJ052F3HXEA/RJ060F3HXEA(B)/RJ070F4HXEA/RJ080F4HXEA/
AJ052FCJ3EH/AJ068FCJ3EH/AJ070FCJ4EH/AJ080FCJ4EH

s R

RJ100F5HXEA/AJ100FCJ5EH

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Resistance R - S over the hundreds Nȍ

Samsung Electronics 4-43


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4-44 Samsung Electronics


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Samsung Electronics 4-45


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4-46 Samsung Electronics


4-5-7 Checking Temperature sensor
In case of a sensor in outdoor unit, temperature can be monitored with "VIEW MODE".
Press K4 key on the outdoor display PCB for several time to change the display to sensor temperature value.
Left 1 digit of the LED is data index and Right 2 digits are the value.

Index Value Remark

8 Discharge sensor temperature

9 OLP sensor temperature


The unit is degree C
A Condenser sensor temperature

B Outdoor sensor temperature

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Samsung Electronics 4-47


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4-5-8 Checking EEV


Current EEV step value can monitored with "VIEW MODE"
Press K4 key on the outdoor display PCB for several time to change the display to current EEV value.
Left 1 digit of the LED is data index and Right 3 digits is the value.

Index Value Remark

3 EEV-A step

4 EEV-B step

The step value range is


5 EEV-C step
RJ040/050F2HXEA(B) between Zero and 480.

6 EEV-D step RJ052F3HXEA/RJ060F3HXEA(B) /RJ70/080F4HXEA

4-48 Samsung Electronics


4-6 PCB Inspection

4-6-1 Cautions for Part Replacement

1. The human body carries much static electricity. 6. When soldering any part, care should be exercised
Before touching a part for repair, replacement or the not to apply any high-wattage soldering iron to the
similar purpose, be sure to touch a grounded metal- part for a long time. Some parts are of so low a heat
lic portion by hand to let the static electricity go resistance that they may be broken or have the
through the metallic portion to the earth. properties changed if a soldering iron is so applied
Especially when handling any micro computer or IC, (Otherwise, the pattern may possibly be separated
carefully remove such static electricity before touch- and raised).
ing them.
7. The heat of the soldering iron should be transferred
2. When repairing any part on a work bench, be sure to the entire object to be soldered. If the solder
to place an insulative sheet on the bench and always pieces are not well fused due to insufficient transfer
keep the sheet surface neat without any metal frag- of the heat from the soldering iron, no satisfactory
ments. If any such fragment touches a part, a sec- electrical continuity can be assured even if the sol-
ondary trouble will possibly be caused in the part. dered objects appear well connected to each other.

3. Before replacing any parts, be sure to turn off the 8. The solder used should be limited to a minimum.
power supply. If such replacement is done with the If excessive solder is used, it will cause inter-pattern
power supply kept on, an electric shock, short circuit contact, which may cause malfunction of the circuit.
or destruction of a part may result.
9. Although some part of the PCB surface are coated
4. During replacement or repair of a part, carefully han- with coating material for protection from dust and
dle it : The printed circuit board has fine lead wires dirt, soldering is also available to the coating part.
(jumper wires) and glass-made parts (diode) on its Because this coating is thin and is weak for solder-
substrate. ing heat.
So if a circuit board is roughly handled, such lead But coating material remaining on the solder part
wires and parts will be easily broken or damaged by should be cleaned up before soldering a new
bending or shock. component to prevent the solder part from becoming
bad conduction.
5. When soldering the lead wires of any new part, be
10. After replacing a faulty PCB by a new one, the same
sure to polish them using an emery paper or the like
address setting must be applied to the new PCB.
before soldering them. (refer to the page 4-19 ~ page 4-24)
Since the lead wires of any new part are covered
11. When connected to an outdoor unit manufactured after
with an oxide film, solder cannot adhere to the lead June, 2011, a new option code is not needed.
wires if not polished.

4-6-2 Procedure
12-4-2 The parts should be replaced in the following procedure.

Check for any faulty part.

Detach the faulty part.

Replace it with a new part.

Set an address.

Check the operation of the new part.

The repair is completed.

Samsung Electronics 4-49


5. PCB Diagram
5-1. INDOOR PCB Diagram
MH FNEA (MAIN PCB)
The red number connecter is not used.

1 Power 7 Temperature Sensor


2 Motor RPM Feedback 8 Auto Grill
3 Remocon Module 9 HVPS(High voltage Generator)
4 Humidity Sensor 10 BLADE-H Step Motor
5 Anions 11 Display
6 MPI 12 Indoor Fan Motor

Samsung Electronics 5-1


MH FBEA(MAIN PCB)

1
11
10

9
8

7
6

5
2
4

1 RY71(L -terminal) Power Input 2 CN72-FAN MOTOR 3 CN22-COMMUNICATION 4 KCN46-DOWNLOAD


#1: Capacitor #1:DC5V #1:RxD, #2:TxD
#3:AC #2:TxD #3:GND, #4:GND
#5:Power #3:RxD #5:Null, #6:Flash Mode2
#4:GND #7:Flash Mode1
#8:Flash Mode0
#9:GND, #10:DC5V

5 CN43-TEMPERATURE SENSOR 6 CN91-DISPLAY 7 CN45-KEY/REMOCON 8 CN44-FAN MOTOR FEED BACK


#1:Room temperature sensing #1:STB signal #1:GND #1:DC5V
#2:GND #2:CLK signal #2:DV5C #2:GND
#3:Pipe temperature sensing #3:LED driving signal #3:Remocon signal input #3:Feedback signal input
#4:GND #4:LED driving signal #4:Switch key signal input
#5:DC5V
#6:Null
#7:Remocon signal input
#8:DC12V
#9:MPI Lamp driving signal

9 CN63-BLADE MOTOR 10 CN61-GRILL MOTOR 11 CN6601-MPI FEEDBACK


#1:DC12V #1:DC12V #1:MPI driving signal output (-)
#2:Motor driving signal output_1 #2:Motor driving signal output_1 #2:MPI driving signal output (+)
#3:Motor driving signal output_2 #3:Motor driving signal output_2 #3:DV12V
#4:Motor driving signal output_3 #4:Motor driving signal output_3 #4:MPI feedback signal input
#5:Motor driving signal output_4 #5:Motor driving signal output_4

5-2 Samsung Electronics


MH FAEA(MAIN PCB)

1
2
3
4
5

7
15
16
6
14
13
8
11

12

9
10

1 Motor RPM Feedback-CN44(BLU) 2 ROOM/EVA-IN-CN41(WHT) 3 EVA OUT - CN42(WHT) 4 COM1 - CN31(RED)


#1 : RPM(+) #1 : ROOM #1 : EVA OUT #1 : COM1 A
#2 : GND #2 : GND #2 : GND #2 : COM1 B
#3 : RPM(-) #3 : EVA IN
#4 : GND

5 COM2 - CN32(BLU) 6 12V POWEWR - CN33(WHT) 7 SUB PCB COnnection-CN61(BLK) 8 Display PCB Connection-CN92(WHT)
#1 : COM2 C #1 : 12V #1~4 : DATA4~DATA7 #1 : DATA IN/OUT
#2 : COM2 D #2 : GND #5~10 : GIRD0~GIRD5 #2 : LED CLK
#11~14 : GND #3 : LED STB
#15 : EXT CTRL #4 : LED IRQ
#16 : COMP CHK #5 : GND
#17,#19 : 12V #6 : VCC
#18 : ERROR CHK #7 : 12V
#20 : GRID6 #8 : MPI LED

9 Download Connector-CN10(WHT) 10 EEV-CN62(BLU) 11 INDOOR FAN Motor-CN73(WHT) 12 Power-CN71(WHT)


#1 : COM1 RXD #1 : EEV A+ #1 : N ( CAP ) #1 : L
#2 : COM1 TXD #2 : EEV B+ #2 : L ( SSR ) #2 :
#3 : GRID0 #4 : GRID1 #3 : EEV A- #3 : N #3 : N
#6 : MD2 #7,#10 : VCC #4 : EEV B-
#8 : MD1 #9 : GND #6 : 12V

13 MPI-CN86(WHT) 14 Louver Step Motor-CN60(WHT) 15 Auto Grille step Motor1-CN63(WHT) 16 Auto Grille step Motor2-CN64(WHT)
#1 : MPI(-) #1 : 12V #2 : GRID A+ #1 : 12V #1 : 12V
#2 : MPI(+) #3 : GRID B+ #4 : GRID A- #2 : GRID A+ #2 : GRID A+
#3 : 12V #5 : GRID B- #3 : GRID B+ #3 : GRID B+
#4 : MPI Feedback #4 : GRID A- #4 : GRID A-
#5 : GRID B- #5 : GRID B-

Samsung Electronics 5-3


MH FVEA (MAIN PCB)
The red number connecter is not used.

1 2 3 4 5 6

19
18
7
17
16

15 8

14 9

13

10

11

12

1 Motor Rpm FeedBack 10 Melody


2 ROOM/EVA IN 11 Download Connector
3 EVE OUT 12 EEV
4 COM1 13 Indoor Fan Motor
5 COM2 14 POWER
6 12V 15 MPI
7 SUB PCB Connection 16 Blade Step Motor
8 Module PCB Connection 17 Auto Grille Step Motor 1
9 Display PCB Connection 18 Auto Grill Step Motor2

5-4 Samsung Electronics


MH FNEA/MH FBEA/MH FVEA/MH FAEA/MH FJEA (SUB PCB)
The red number connecter is not used.

1 External Signal
2 MAIN PCB Connection

Samsung Electronics 5-5


AQV**P**N (NJ0**DHXEA)

AQV**YWAN CN32 CN31 CN21

CN43
CN91
CN42
CN62
CN81

CN63

CN61

CN71

CN72

1 CN21 COMMUNICATION
2 CN31 DOWNLOAD
3 CN32 FJM
4 CN43 TEMPRATURE SENSOR
5 CN44 FAN MOTOR FEEDBACK
6 CN61 STEP MOTOR
7 CN71 POWER IN
8 CN72 FAN MOTOR
9 CN81 MPI /SPI
10 CN91 DISPLAY
11 CN62 STEP MOTOR(AUTO GRILL)
12 CN63 STEP MOTOR
13 CN42 HUM-SENSOR

5-6 Samsung Electronics


MH FSEA/NJ 1HXEA
- MAIN PCB

17 14 13 12 11 16 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

15 16

1 CN75-Ventilator 2 CN74-Drain Pump 3 CN73-Fan Motor 4 CN71-AC Power


#1:Input Operating Capacitor Motor #1:L phase
#2, #4:Not used #2:N phase
#3:Motor Control Signal
#5:N phase Boltage

5 CN44-RPM Feedback 6 CN32-Remocon DC12V 7 CN10-Micom Download 8 CN91-Display


#1:5V input #1:DC12V #1~#5:LED Control
#2:GND #2:GND #6:AUTO_S/W
#3:Hall IC output #7:Remocon_Signal
#8:GND #9:VCC

9 CN60-Louver 10 CN81-External Control Out 11 CN31-Indoor/Outdoor Unit 12 CN33-Wred Remote Controller


#1:DC12V #1, #3:DC12V Communication Communication
#2~#5: Louver control #2:Error CHK Out #1:Comm. Signal F1 #1:Comm. Signal F3
#4:Comp. CHK Out #2:Comm. Signal F2 #2:Comm. Signal F4

13 CN41-Temp. sensor 14 CN51-FLOAT S/W 15 CN83- External Control 16 CN61, CN62-Slide Panel
#1:ROOM Temp. Sensor #1:GND #1:On/off Contact point input #1,#6:DC12V
#2:GND #2:Float S/W #2:GND #2~#5:Motor Control
#3:EVA IN Temp. sensor #7~#10:Not used
#4:GND

17 CN42-Temp. sensor
#1:EVA OUT Temp. Sensor
#2:GND

Samsung Electronics 5-7


MH FSEA/NJ 1HXEA (cont.)
- Panel

1 CN01 : Connect the Main PBA of the Indoor Unit


#1~#5:Control Display LED
DC #6:Not used
connection #7:Receive signals from wireless remote controller
Connector #8:GND
#9:VCC (DC5V)

5-8 Samsung Electronics


MH FMEA
The red number connecter is not used.

22 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 11
2 12
13
3 14
15
4 16

21 20 19 18 17

1 Ventilator : YW396-03AV(BLK) 12 Floating Switch : SMW250-02(BLK)


2 Drain Pump : YW396-03AV(WHT) 13 Room/Eva.-In Temp. Sensor : SMW250-04(WHT)
3 Indoor Fan(SSR Control) : YW396-05AV(WHT) 14 Eva.-Out Temp. Sensor : SMW250-02(WHT)
4 AC Power : YW396-03AV(BLU) 15 Heater Discharge Temp. Sensor : SMW250-02(YEL)
5 Indoor Address S/W(Main, RMC) 16 RPM Feedback : SMW250-03(BLU)
6 Option Switch 17 Communication2(Wired Remocon_F3/F4) : YW396-02V(BLU)
7 Electrical Expansion Valve(EEV) : B5B-XH-A(BLU) 18 Communication1(Outdoor_F1/F2) : YW396-02V(RED)
8 Load Control Signal 19 DC12V Out(Wired Remocon Power) : YW396-02V(WHT)
9 Panel Louver(Stepping Motor) : SMW250-10(WHT) 20 Micom Program Download : SMW200-10(BLK)
10 External Control Out(Error, Compressor State) : SMW250-04(RED) 21 Display PCB : SMW200-9(WHT)
11 External Control In(On/Off Control Signal) : SMW250-02(RED) 22 SSR Fan Control : SMW250-03(WHT)

Samsung Electronics 5-9


MINI 4 WAY AJN***NDEHA Indoor Unit

6
8 10 13 14
1 9 11 12 16
4 5
2
3 7 13 15

(1) Main power input (2) BLDC fan (3) Earth wire (4) Float switch
1(L):Phase L 1:DC310V 1:GND 1:Float_SW
2(N):Phase N 2:Not used 2:GND
3:AGND
4:DC15V
5:FAN PRM
6:PRM FEEDBACK
(5) Eva in/out sensor (6) Room temperature (7) S/W download (8) Panel display
1:EVA IN temperture sensor 1:Room remperature sensor S/W download 1:DC12V
2,4,6:GND 2:GND 2-5:LED control signal
3:EVA OUT temperture sensor 6:REMOCON signal out
5:EVA discharge 7,8:Not used
9:REMOCON_INT
10:GND
11:Vcc
(9) VENT (10) Panel flaps (11) SPI (12) Drain Pump
1:DC12V 1:DC12V 1,2:GND 1:DC12V
2:VENT_OUT 2-5: Louver control signal 3:SPI CONTROL 2:DRAOM_PUMP_OUT
6:DV12V 4:Not Used
7-10:Louver control signal
(13) Human Sensor (14) External (15) External (16) COM1,COM2,V1,V2
1:DC12V 1,3:DC12V 1:EXT_CTRL F3-F4: Com2
2:Com4_TXD 2:Error_CHK_OUT 2:GND V1-V2:DC12V
3:Com4_RXD 3:Comp_CHK_OUT F1-F2:Com1
4:Human sensor reset
5:GND

5-10 Samsung Electronics


Panel PCB

① CN01-DISPLAY
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#6 : Remocon signal out
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#9 : Remocon signal IN
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%$7

Samsung Electronics 5-11


MH FJEA

1 CN70-GND 2 CN100-AC Power Input 3 CN75-VENTILATOR Output 4 CN73-Fan Motor Output(BLDC)


AC Power #1. DC300V
or #2. No use
Motor #3. DGND
Power #4. DC15V
Connector #5. PC501 Output
#6. RPM Output

5 CN86-SUB PBA 6 CN42-EVA OUT 7 CN41-Indoor Temp Sensor 8 CN45-MPI


#1~#10 #1. GND #1. ROOM Temp Sensor #1. MPI(-) ON/OFF Control(DC12V)
Address/Option S/W Control #2. EVA OUT Temp Sensor #2. GND #2. MPI(+) ON/OFF Control(DC12V)
#11~#14. GND #3. EVA-IN Temp Sensor #3. DC12V
#15. External Control On/Off #4. GND #4. MPI Feedback
#17, #19. DC12V

9 CN87-DAMPER S/W 10 CN84-Electric 11 CN32-DC 12V Output 12 CN83-PANEL DISPLAY


#1. DC 5V Expansion Valve(EEV) #1. DC12V #1, #2, #3, #4, #5> DISPLAY LED
#2. GND #1~#4. Control Signal #2. GND #6. TOUCH S/W Reset(DC5V)
DC #5. DC12V #7. TOUCH S/W Out(DC5V)
connection #8. REMOCON SIGNAL Receive
Connector #9. GND
#10. VCC(DC5V)

13 CN82-DAMPER MOTOR 14 CN31-COM1 Communication 15 CN84-LOUVER MOTOR 16 CN33-COM2 Communication


#1. DC 12V (Indoor-Outdoor ommunication) #1. DC 12V (Indoor-Wired Remote Controller)
#2~#5. Control SIGNAL #1.Communication Signal F1 #2~#5.Communication Signal #1. Communication Signal F1
#2.Communication Signal F2 #2. Communication Signal F2

17 CN20-MICOM Download2 18 CN10-MICOM Download1


> For Developer,Not for field >For Developer, Not for field
> 7pin Downloader >10pin Downloader

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NJ LHXEA/MH FUEZ

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1 Float Switch 13 COM 2


Room Temperature 14 Load Control Signal
2
EVA in Temperature 15 Heater
3 EVA out Temperature 16 Address Switch
4 Heater Temperature 17 Option Switch
5 Wired Remote Controller Power(12V) 18 Fan (Tap Control)
6 Control Signal 19 Ventilator

7 EEV 20 Drain Pump


8 Display 21 Hot Coil
9 Operating Check Signal 22 Fan (SSR)
10 HALL IC 23 Trans In
11 Download 24 Main Power
12 COM 1 25 Trans out

Samsung Electronics 5-13


5-2. OUTDOOR PCB Diagram
RJ040F2HXEA(B)/RJ050F2HXEA(B) MAIN PCB

16 8

15
7

9 10 11 12 13 14

1 CN701-EEV A 2 CN851-Snet 3 CN252-OLP Sensor 4 CN951 Main -SUB


#1~#4 : Motor signal # Not use #1~#2 : OLP Sensor #1 5V
#5 : DC 12V #2~#5 Sensor
#6~#9 EEV B signal
#11~#14 Grid1~4
#15~#21 Segmanet7~1
#22~#25 Kin4~1
#27 Gnd
#28 12V

5 CN030-4WAY 6 TB-L 7 TB-N 8 EARTH


#1~#3 : 220~240 Vac #AC Power(220V) : L #AC Power(220V) : N #Earth

9 CN251 - Sensor 10 CN201-MICOM DOWN 11 CN952-Central-CTL 12 CN910-BLDC FAN


#1~#2 Out-TH #1~#10 MICOM DOWN #not use #1 : DC 360V
#3~#4 Dis-TH (main micom) #2 : N.C
#5~#6 Cond-TH #3 : GND
#4 : DC 15V
#5 : FAN RPM
#6 : FAN RPM feedback
13 CN13-MICOM DOWN 14 CN451-COMP 15 Cn051-REACTOR 16 CN301-COMM
#1~#10 MICOM DOWN #1 W phase #1~#2 : REACTOR #1 : COM1
(inverter micom) #2 V phase #2 : COM2

5-14 Samsung Electronics


AJ040FCJ2EH/AJ050FCJ2EH MAIN PCB

16 8

7
15
6
5

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9 10 11 12 13 14

1 CN701-EEV A 2 CN851-Snet 3 CN252-OLP Sensor 4 CN951 Main -SUB


#1~#4 : Motor signal # Not use #1~#2 : OLP Sensor #1 5V
#5 : DC 12V #2~#5 Sensor
#6~#9 EEV B signal
#11~#14 Grid1~4
#15~#21 Segmanet7~1
#22~#25 Kin4~1
#27 Gnd
#28 12V

5 CN030-4WAY 6 TB-L 7 TB-N 8 EARTH


#1~#3 : 220~240 Vac #AC Power(220V) : L #AC Power(220V) : N #Earth

9 CN251 - Sensor 10 CN201-MICOM DOWN 11 CN952-Central-CTL 12 CN910-BLDC FAN


#1~#2 Out-TH #1~#10 MICOM DOWN #not use #1 : DC 360V
#3~#4 Dis-TH (main micom) #2 : N.C
#5~#6 Cond-TH #3 : GND
#4 : DC 15V
#5 : FAN RPM
#6 : FAN RPM feedback
13 CN13-MICOM DOWN 14 CN451-COMP 15 Cn051-REACTOR 16 CN301-COMM
#1~#10 MICOM DOWN #1 W phase #1~#2 : REACTOR #1 : COM1
(inverter micom) #2 V phase #2 : COM2

Samsung Electronics 5-15


RJ040F2HXEA(B)/RJ050F2HXEA(B)/AJ040FCJ2EH/AJ050FCJ2EH SUB PCB

4 3

1 CN31 EVA SENSOR 2 CN702-EEV B 3 CN951 Main -SUB 4 CN83-EEV D


#1~#2 EVA OUT A #1~#4 EEV signal #1 5V #1 DC12V
#3~#4 EVA OUT B #5 DC 12V #2~#5 Sensor #2 GND
#5~#6 EVA IN C #6~#9 EEV B signal
#7~#8 EVA IN D #11~#14 Grid1~4
#15~#21 Segmanet7~1
#22~#25 Kin4~1
#27 Gnd
#28 12V

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RJ052F3HXEA/RJ060F3HXEA(B)/RJ070F4HXEA/RJ080F4HXEA/AJ052FCJ3EH/AJ068FCJ3EH/
AJ070FCJ4EH/AJ080FCJ4EH MAIN PCB

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RJ100F5HXEA/AJ100FCJ5EH MAIN PCB

1 11 12 2

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1 CN11-ACPOWER 2 CN75-4WAY V/V 3 CN43-Sensor 4 CN81-EEV C


#1~#3 : 220~240 Vac #1~#3 : 220~240 Vac #1~#2 Outdoor Temp #1~#4 EEV signal
#3~#4 Cond Temp #5 DC 12V
#5~#6 Discharge Temp
#7~#8 OLP Temp

5 CN82-EEV B 6 CN81-EEV A 7 CN39-COMM-INV 8 CN12 - DC12V


#1~#4 EEV signal #1~#4 EEV signal #1 TXD #1 DC12V
#5 DC 12V #5 DC 12V #2 RXD #2 GND
#3 GND
#4 DC 5V
#5 DC 12V
#6 INV. SMPS signal

9 CN31 - COMM 10 CN33-Sub Comm 11 CN37-MICOM DOWN 12 CN35- AS PROM


#1 : COM1 #1 DC12V #1~#10 MICOM DOWN #1~#7 MICOM DOWN
#2 : COM2 #2 GND (AS PRO USING)
#3 DC5V
#4 COM1
#5 COM2

Samsung Electronics 5-19


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#1 DC12V #1~#10 MICOM DOWN #1~#7 MICOM DOWN #1~#2 EVA IN A
#2 GND (AS PRO USING) #3~#4 EVA IN B
#3 DC5V #5~#6 EVA IN C
#4 COM1 #7~#8 EVA IN D
#5 COM2 #9~#10 EVA IN E
5 CN52 EVA OUT SENSOR 6 CN83-EEV D 7 CN84-EEV E
#1~#2 EVA OUT A #1~#4 EEV signal #1~#4 EEV signal
#3~#4 EVA OUT B #5 DC 12V #5 DC 12V
#5~#6 EVA OUT C
#7~#8 EVA OUT D
#9~#10 EVA OUT E

Samsung Electronics 5-21


6. Wiring Diagram
6-1. INDOOR UNIT

MH FNEA

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Samsung Electronics 6-1


MH FBEA

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6-2 Samsung Electronics


MH FVEA

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Samsung Electronics 6-3


MH FAEA

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6-4 Samsung Electronics


MH FSEA/NJ 1HXEA

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Samsung Electronics 6-5


MH FMEA

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6-6 Samsung Electronics


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Samsung Electronics 6-7


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MH052FUEA

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Samsung Electronics 6-9


MH FJEA

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6-2. OUTDOOR UNIT
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7. Schematic Diagram
7-1 INDOOR UNIT
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MH FBEA

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7-2 Samsung Electronics


MH FAEA

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Samsung Electronics 7-3


MH FSEA/NJ 1HXEA

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MH FMEA

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