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TitleLight commercial Air Conditioner SERVICE MANUAL
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Model Numbers:

Indoor Unit:

KDIR09-H2, KTIR09-H2, KDIR12-H2, KTIR12-H2, KDIR18-H2, KTIR018-H2, KUIR18-H2,

KDIR24-H2, KTIR24-H2, KUIR24-H2, KTIR036-H2G1, KFUF036-H2G1, KTIR048-H2G1,

KFUF048-H2G1, KFUF060-H2G1; KDIP09-H2, KDIP012-H2; KDIP018-H2; KDIP24-H2;

KDIR036-H2G1; KDIR048-H2G1; KDIS060-H2G1;

Outdoor Unit:

KSIE009-H221-O; KSIE012-H220-O; KSIE018-H220-O; KSIE024-H220-O; KSIR036-H218;
KSIR048-H218; KSIR060-H218

Light commercial

Air Conditioner

SERVICE MANUAL

Table of Contents
1. Precaution
2. Part Names And Functions
3. Dimension
4. Service space
5. Refrigerant Cycle Diagram
6. Wiring Diagram
7. Static Pressure
8. Electric Characteristics
9. Sound Level
10. Accessories
11. The Specification of Power
12. Installation Details
13. Operation Characteristics
14. Electronic Function
15. Solar Panel
16. Troubleshooting
17. Disassembly Instructions

WARNING

 Installation MUST conform with local building codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the

National Electrical Code NFPA70/ANSI C1-1993 or current edition and Canadian Electrical

Code Part1 CSA C.22.1.

 The information contained in the manual is intended for use by a qualified service technician

familiar with safety procedures and equipped with the proper tools and test instruments

 Installation or repairs made by unqualified persons can result in hazards to you and others.

 Failure to carefully read and follow all instructions in this manual can result in equipment

malfunction, property damage, personal injury and/or death.

 This service manual is for the use of the service engineer only

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CONTENTS

1. Precaution .................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Safety Precaution .......................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Warning ......................................................................................................................................... 1

2. Part Names and Features............................................................................................................................ 4
2.1 Model Names of Indoor/Outdoor units .......................................................................................... 4
2.2 Part names of Indoor/Outdoor units .............................................................................................. 5
2.3 Features ....................................................................................................................................... 11

3. Dimension .................................................................................................................................................. 24
3.1 Indoor Unit ................................................................................................................................... 24
3.2 Outdoor Unit ................................................................................................................................ 32

4. Service Space ............................................................................................................................................. 35
4.1 Indoor Unit ................................................................................................................................... 35
4.2 Outdoor Unit ................................................................................................................................ 37

5. Refrigerant Cycle Diagram........................................................................................................................ 38
6. Wiring Diagram .......................................................................................................................................... 40

6.1 Indoor Unit ................................................................................................................................... 40
6.2 Outdoor Unit ................................................................................................................................ 73

7. Fan Curves ................................................................................................................................................. 82
8 Electric Characteristics .............................................................................................................................. 96
9 Sound Level ................................................................................................................................................ 97

9.1 Indoor unit .................................................................................................................................... 97
9.2 Outdoor unit ............................................................................................................................... 100

10 Accessories ............................................................................................................................................. 101
11. The Specification of Power ................................................................................................................... 103
13.Installation Details .................................................................................................................................. 106

13.1Location selection ..................................................................................................................... 106
13.2 Indoor unit installation ............................................................................................................. 106
13.3 Outdoor unit installation ........................................................................................................... 116
13.4 Refrigerant pipe installation ..................................................................................................... 117
13.5 Drainage pipe installation ........................................................................................................ 121
13.6 Vacuum Drying and Leakage Checking .................................................................................. 124
13.7 Additional refrigerant charge ................................................................................................... 125
13.8 Engineering of insulation ......................................................................................................... 126
13.9 Engineering of electrical wiring ............................................................................................... 127
13.10 Test operation ........................................................................................................................ 127

14. Operation Characteristics ..................................................................................................................... 129
15. Electronic Function ............................................................................................................................... 130

15.1 Abbreviation ............................................................................................................................. 130

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Hang the panel to the hooks on the mainbody. If
the panel is with auto-lift grille, please watch the
ropes lifing the grille, DO NOT make the ropes
enwinded or blocked.


Tighten the screws under the panel hooks till
the panel closely stick on the ceiling to avoid
condensate water.





Hang the air-in grill to the panel, then connect
the lead terminator of the swing motor and that
of the control box with corresponding
terminators on the body respectively.

Install the 4 corner covers back.




Note: The panel shall be installed after the
wiring connected.
13.2.6 HESP duct indoor unit installation
13.2.6.1 Service space for indoor unit

500mm or more 600mm or more

Indoor unit

600mmx600mm
Maintenance and repair space


13.2.6.2 Bolt pitch




Capacity
(KBtu)

Size of mounted lug
D E

60 700 1436


13.2.6.3 Install the pendant bolt
Select the position of installation hooks
according to the hook holes positions showed
in upper picture.
Drill four holes of Ø12mm, 45~50mm deep at
the selected positions on the ceiling. Then
embed the expansible hooks (fittings).

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13.2.6.4 Install the main body
Make the 4 suspender through the 4 hanger of
the main body to suspend it. Adjust the
hexangular nuts on the four installation hooks
evenly, to ensure the balance of the body. Use
a leveling instrument to make sure the
levelness of the main body is within ±1°.






13.2.6.5 Install the air duct
Please design the air duct as below
recommended picture




13.3 Outdoor unit installation

13.3.1 Service space for outdoor unit

More than 30cm
(11.81in)

More than 60cm
(23.62in)

More than 200cm(78.74in)

Air inlet

Air inlet More than 30cm(11.81in)

Air outlet

(Wall or obstacle)

Maintain channel



More than 60cm
(23.62in)


13.3.2 Bolt pitch

W

H

W1

A

BD


For the value of A,B and D, please refer to

the dimension part.

13.3.3 Install the Unit
Since the gravity center of the unit is not at its
physical center, so please be careful when
lifting it with a sling.
Never hold the inlet of the outdoor unit to
prevent it from deforming.
Do not touch the fan with hands or other
objects.

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5 The 4-way
valve

How to remove the 4-way valve

1) Perform work of item 1 step

5~6 and item 2..

2) Extract refrigerant gas.

3) Remove the electrical parts

from item 3.

4) Remove fixing screw of the

coil, and remove the coil.

5) Detach the welded parts of

4-way valve and pipe.

6 The
expansion
valve

How to remove the expansion

valve

1) Perform work of item 1,2.

2) Remove the electrical parts

from item 3..

3) Remove the coil.

4) Detach the welded parts of

expansion valves and pipes.

Coil

Welded parts

Expansion
valves

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The design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice for product improvement. Consult with the sales agency
or manufacturer for details.

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