Daikin Australia Pty. Limited

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Daikin Australia Pty. Limited
Ducted Split Systems 2011
Contents
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Model overview
Features and benefits
Controls
Option cards
The backing of Daikin
Summary
Inverter Models
Inverter Models
Auto & Manual ESP Adjustment
FAN COIL
Compact
DC Fan motor
300mm high
RXS50/60KVMA
360mm
high
360mm
high
Inverter Models – 3 Phase
360mm high
FAN COIL
Huge capacity
18 – 25kw’s
FAN COIL
Fixed Speed Models
FAN COIL
Hybrid models – 3 Phase
FAN COIL
Inverter Technology
Hybrid Inverter Technology
Fixed Speed Technology
Standard on FDYQ50-160 Range
 Return air spigots standard
(easy installation)
 Anti corrosion treated coils
 Self diagnostic system
 Indoor units can be dismantled
for easier installation
 High ESP capability
 High air flow
 Big range 2.5kw – 25kw
 Optional remote sensors
 Optional Infra red controller
 Optional zone & slave controller
 Compact condensers
 FDYQ100-160 single & 3phase
 30m long pipe runs with adding
gas on FDYQ100 & above
FDYQ180 – 250
Range
Operating range
FDYQ100-160
Range
FDYQ180-250 Range
Nav Ease Controller
(Standard)
• Backlit display
• Adjustable off reminder
timer
• Large buttons and
arrow keys for simple
operation
• Guide on display
• Weekly schedule timer
• Multilingual display
available
30 to 180 min
adjustable run timer
In English not symbols
Lock out
Function
Zone controller
• Ability to zone your
home
• Ability to program your
system to turn on/off
after a preset number of
hours
• Up to two on & two off
programs can be set for
each day
• Ability to link modes &
set temp’s to each
program
• Alert for cleaning filter
• Available in 4 or 8 zones
• 240 volts or 24 volts
• Slave controller available (BRCSZC)
Future Enhancements
Ducted FCU
Streamer
Plasma Purifier
DC Fan Motor
• DC Fan Motor to be introduced across range in
September 2011.
• Other enhancements in area of controls, ventilation,
filtration, intelligent airflow and efficiency planned.
Option cards
KRP4AA53
By installing this adapter card
to the indoor unit, it enables
you to have various remote
controls.
Remote start/stop
Interlocking an outside fan
Operation status display
and malfunction display
One adapter can control
simultaneously the group
of units(Max.16) connected
to the remote control wiring
line.
Daikin wins ‘most satisfied
customers’
Functionality
Overall satisfaction
Energy efficiency
After sale service
Noise
reliability
Ease of use
Summary
 Daikin have comprehensive ducted range
from 2.5kw to 25kw
 Daikin provide more as standard
 Daikin have the infrastructure to provide the
back up and support
 Daikin has the trust of the nation
 Daikin make it easy
Brochures available
THANKYOU...
Optional Accessories
Hybrid Inverter
Technology
Hybrid inverter driven compressors operate in much the same way as an inverter compressor however the software in the system
is modified so that the maximum speed of the compressor is capped at the rated capacity.
For example the rated and maximum capacity of the FTYN60D + RYN60D is 6.0kW
When the unit is first switched on, the compressor gradually increases it's speed unit it gets to its rated speed and will operate at
this speed, until the room temperature starts getting close to the set temperature. The compressor speed then slows down in
order to maintain the room temperature at the desired level. In cooling, if the room temperature starts falling below the set
temperature and the compressor is already at it’s lowest speed, the system will cycle the compressor off in order to avoid
overcooling the room. The compressor will restart if and when the room temperature rises above the set temperature.
In heating, if the room temperature starts rising above the set temperature and the compressor is already at it’s lowest speed, the
system will cycle the compressor off in order to avoid overheating the room. The compressor will restart if and when the room
temperature falls below the set temperature
In some systems, the minimum speed of the compressor may also be higher than that of an equivalent inverter system.
Fixed Speed
Technology
A fixed speed system starts up like an inverter system, but operates and shuts down like a non inverter system.
When the system is first switched on, the compressor starts up like an inverter system, gradually increasing its speed
until it gets to it’s rated capacity/speed and stays there. In cooling when the temperature in the room falls below the
temperature set by the user, like a non inverter system the system cycles the compressor off. The compressors will
restart only when the room temperature rises above the set temperature in cooling.
In heating when the temperature in the room rises above the temperature set by the user, like a non inverter system the
system cycles the compressor off. The compressors will restart only when the room temperature falls below the set
temperature.
Inverter
Technology
Inverter driven compressors vary their speed to suit the amount of cooling or heating that is required.
By nature they have a maximum and a minimum speed and are normally rated at a speed that typically is lower
than the maximum speed. (For example, the FTXS60G + RXS60FB system has a minimum capacity of 1.7kW, a
rated capacity of 5.9kW, a maximum capacity of 6.7kW).
When the unit is first switched on, the compressor gradually increases its speed and may operate at a higher
than its rated speed in order to heat or cool the room quicker. Once the room temperature gets close to the set
temperature, the compressor speed slows down in order to maintain the room temperature at the desired level.
In cooling, if the room temperature starts falling below the set temperature and/or the compressor is already at
it’s lowest speed, the system will cycle the compressor off in order to avoid overcooling the room. The
compressor will restart if and when the room temperature rises above the set temperature.
In heating, if the room temperature starts rising above the set temperature and/or the compressor is already at
it’s lowest speed, the system will cycle the compressor off in order to avoid overheating the room. The
compressor will restart if and when the room temperature falls below the set temperature
How does it work?
 A Daikin Ducted System provides air conditioned comfort to new and
existing homes.
 The indoor unit is usually located in the ceiling or under the floor with
flexible ductwork distributing conditioned air through vents located
throughout the house, where as, the compressor is installed outside
the home.
Daikin ducted systems can be designed to operate in two or more
zones, which can be heated or cooled at different times.
This means you can operate your air conditioning system in the living
area during the day and in the bedrooms at night saving you money on
energy costs.
KRP4A51 / 53(6) Layout
W1/W2
operation
display
16vdc
power from
indoor unit
X18A/X36A
W3/W4
Error
display
P1/P2
connection
X2A
Service
monitor leds
Volt/Non-Volt
selector switch
(SS1)
External
inputs A & B
(RS1) – Control
mode selector
rotary dial
Temperature
input (resistance)
Temperature
setting on/off
switch (SS2)
8th of Feb 2010
Survey Findings

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