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SCREW WATER CHILLER

MICOM CONTROLLER OPERATING MANUAL

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5. Troubleshooting
5-1. Overview
Overview ..............................
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5-2. Troubleshooting .........................................................................
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6. Appendix
6-1. Electrical
Electrical data (R(R-22) .................................................
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66-2. Electrical
Electrical data (R(R-407C) ..............................................
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66-3. Distributed control System .............................................................
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66-4. Electrical wiring (External wiring based on chiller) ...................................
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This product features the DDC (Direct Digital Control) system, which provides precise
compressor control for maximum chiller efficiency and energy savings.        
      
       
             
         
    
          

                


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 Do not pull on electrical wires, and avoid handling electrical switches with wet hands

   Inflammables

Do not use or place inflammable substances such as lacquer, paint, or


gasolinee near the product. May result in an explosion and/or fire.
 Protect the control box using a suitable locking mechanism. In the event that

control box needs to be accessed, ensure that the power has been severed before
opening the box. May cause electrical shock and/or fire.
   Ground the unit for safety.

Employ the services of a professional.


 Rotating Components
Do not insert fingers or any foreign object in rotating components, such as the

fan or the pump. May result in physical injury


   Immediately seize product operation in the event of a natural disaster.

Continued operation under such conditions may result in a fire and/or electric
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You are required to use a grounding wire authorized by electrical equipment standards.
May result in electrical shock.
 Do not use steel or copper wires instead of fuses within the manual switch or

the unit. Abnormal current flow may result in overheating and fire.
 Use specification fuses only.
Use of improper fuse produces abnormal electrical current, which in turn may result

in overheating and fire.


Refer to the Installation and Inspection guides within this manual for fuse specifications.

 Check open/close statuses of all valves according to the manual.
Ensure that the valves are open in applications featuring valves on the condenser.
Operating the unit with improper valve open/close configuration may result in abnormal

increase in pressure.
 Do not operate the unit with the electrical box open.

Do not come in contact with conductive components through which electrical


current flows.
May result in electric shock.
   Operate manual components with your hands only.

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The button illuminates (red LED) on the event of an alarm.
Here, press the alarm button to access the alarm message or to
cancel the alarm

   

Use these buttons when the cursor is positioned over the first
letter located on the uppermost portion of the screen.
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will either increase or decrease the numerical value.
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pressing the buttons will change the letter accordingly.

   

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Use the PROG button to position the cursor on the value you wish to configure and then use the Up and Down
buttons to change the highlighted value. Once the value(s) has been changed, press the PROG button to confirm
and then the ESC button to return to the main menu.


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button.

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Inspect the compressor and then reset the hour counter to zero and restart the counting by configuring Reset
N to Reset Y.


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AL:ID 3
AL:ID 4
AL:ID 5
AL:ID 6
AL:ID 7
AL:ID 8
AL:ID 9
AL:ID 10
AL:ID 11
AL:ID 12
AL:11
AL:12
AL:21
AL:22
AL:31
AL:32
AL:40
AL:41
AL:42

Alarm Message
Pump interlock malfunction
Low-pressure switch activated (Unit 1)
High-pressure switch activated (Unit 1)
Main power
Blower overload (Unit 1)
Compressor overload (Unit 1)
Low-pressure switch activated (Unit 2)
High-pressure switch activated (Unit 2)
Main power
Blower overload (Unit 2)
Compressor overload (Unit 2)
Compressor timer (Unit 1)
Compressor timer (Unit 2)
Maximum compressor activation in one hour (Unit 1)
Maximum compressor activation in one hour (Unit 2)
Compressor On/Off frequency limit (Unit 1)
Compressor On/Off frequency limit (Unit 2)
Freezing prevention
Compressor gas discharge temperature: HOT (Unit 1)
Compressor gas discharge temperature: HOT (Unit 2)

Alarm Code
AL:B1
AL:B2
AL:B3
AL:B4
AL:B5
AL:B6

Alarm Message
Water outlet sensor
Water inlet sensor
Cooled water outlet sensor
Compressor discharge sensor (Unit 1)
Compressor discharge sensor (Unit 2)
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OContact Open: stop, PContact Closed: Remote Control


% In order to use the remote control feature, the feature must be selected from the local control panel and the
start button pressed once.


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Press the PROG button to access the User menu 

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6-1 Electrical Data (R(R-22)


Electrical Data
ITEM
POWER

[UNIT]

SOURCE

Input [kW]

Running

Power

Current

Factor

[A]

[%]

MODEL

Starting

Minimum

Recommend

Earth

Current

Wiring Size

Main

Wire

[A]

CV CABLE

Power

Size

*9

[]

MCCB[A]

[]

SRW30GA1

22.4

37.8

90

130.0

25

75

10

SRW40GA1

29.4

49.9

90

140.0

35

100

16

AC

SRW50GA1

35.0

59.3

89.7

155.0

35

100

16

SRW60GA1

43.1

72.1

90.8

220.0

50

125

16

380V

SRW80GB1

58.9

99.4

90

189.6

70

175

25

50Hz

SRW100GB1

70.0

118.6

89.7

214.3

95

200

25

(Water

SRW120GB1

86.3

144.4

90.8

292.1

120

250

35

Cooled

SRW150GC1

105.0

177.8

89.7

273.6

150

300

35

type)

SRW180GC1

129.4

216.5

90.8

364.2

240

400

50

SRW200GD1

140.0

237.1

89.7

332.9

952

2002

252

SRW240GD1

172.5

288.6

90.8

436.3

1202

2502

352

SR U30GA1

33.1

58.3

86.3

187.2

35

100

16

SR U40GA1

41.5

72.2

87.3

197.0

50

125

16

AC

SR U50GA1

49.9

87.7

86.4

231.5

50

150

16

SR U60GA1

59.8

103.2

88.0

295.5

70

175

25

380V

SR U80GB1

83.0

144.5

87.3

269.2

120

250

35

50hZ

SR U100GB1

99.9

175.7

86.4

319.2

150

300

35

(Air

SR U120GB1

119.7

206.7

88.0

398.7

185

350

50

Cooled

SR U150GC1

149.9

263.6

86.4

406.9

300

500

70

Type)

SR U180GC1

179.6

310.1

88.0

501.9

400

600

70

SR U200GD1

199.9

351.5

86.4

494.6

1502

3002

352

SR U240GD1

239.4

413.3

88.0

605.1

1852

3502

502

E = 30.8 L I
1. The above table is based on the following conditions:

1000 A

(3 3w)

Cooling water inlet temperature: 32, Chilled water outlet temperature: 37,
Where : e: Voltage drop[V]

L: Wire length[m]

Outdoor ambient air temperature: 35,


I: Current A]

A: Wire size[]

Chilled water inlet temperature: 12, Chilled water outlet temperature: 7


7. Input power shall be supplied within 10% of rated voltage.
2. Minimum wire and cable size is applied to metallic pipe, synthetic resin
8. Voltage difference shall be maintained within 3percent between
piping, floor duct and cable wiring etc.
compressor terminals.

Voltage in starting shall be maintained

3. Changed run condition may change previous input and run current.
by more than 85% of rated voltage.
Do not fail to set transformer capacity and power source capacity by 1.2 times.
9. Starting current means final starting current of compressor.
4. Minimum wire and cable size for external wiring is 2 .
Therefore, final starting current of the unit, which consists of
5. MCCB capacity for run circuit is

6A or 10A.
several units of compressor, shall be calculated as follows:

6. If voltage drop exceeds 2 percent by wire and cable size, the size may be
Starting current of finally run compressor + Run current of
necessary based on "Internal wiring regulation".

For your reference, voltage


starting completed compressor.

drop may be calculated by following formula based on minimum wire size


10. Four(4) cycles shall be divided by each two cycle of main power
and length in the table.
source to be put.

52

Electrical Data
ITEM
POWER

[UNIT]

SOURCE

Input [kW]

Running

Power

Current

Factor

[A]

[%]

MODEL

Starting

Minimum

Recommend

Earth

Current

Wiring Size

Main

Wire

[A]

CV CABLE

Power

Size

*9

[]

MCCB[A]

[]

SRW30GA1

22.4

35.9

90

123.5

25

75

10

SRW40GA1

29.4

47.2

90

133

35

100

16

AC

SRW50GA1

35.0

56.3

89.7

147.3

35

100

16

SRW60GA1

43.1

68.5

90.8

209

50

125

16

400V

SRW80GB1

58.9

94.5

90

180.1

70

175

25

50Hz

SRW100GB1

70.0

112.6

89.7

203.6

95

200

25

(Water

SRW120GB1

86.3

137.2

90.8

277.5

120

250

35

Cooled

SRW150GC1

105.0

169.0

89.7

259.9

150

300

35

type)

SRW180GC1

129.4

205.7

90.8

346.0

185

350

50

SRW200GD1

140.0

225.3

89.7

316.3

952

2002

252

SRW240GD1

172.5

274.2

90.8

414.5

1202

2502

352

SR U30GA1

33.1

55.4

86.3

177.8

35

100

16

SR U40GA1

41.5

68.6

87.3

187.2

50

125

16

AC

SR U50GA1

49.9

83.4

86.4

219.9

50

150

16

SR U60GA1

59.8

98.1

88.0

280.7

70

175

25

400V

SR U80GB1

83.0

137.2

87.3

255.7

120

250

35

50hZ

SR U100GB1

99.9

166.9

86.4

303.2

150

300

35

(Air

SR U120GB1

119.7

196.3

88.0

378.8

185

350

50

Cooled

SR U150GC1

149.9

250.4

86.4

386.6

240

400

50

Type)

SR U180GC1

179.6

294.6

88.0

476.8

300

500

70

SR U200GD1

199.9

333.9

86.4

469.9

1502

3002

352

SR U240GD1

239.4

392.7

88.0

574.8

1852

3502

502

E = 30.8 L I
1. The above table is based on the following conditions:

1000 A

(3 3w)

Cooling water inlet temperature: 32, Chilled water outlet temperature: 37,
Where : e: Voltage drop[V]
Outdoor

L: Wire length[m]

ambient air temperature: 35,


I: Current A]

A: Wire size[]

Chilled water inlet temperature: 12, Chilled water outlet temperature: 7


7. Input power shall be supplied within 10% of rated voltage.
2. Minimum wire and cable size is applied to metallic pipe, synthetic resin
8. Voltage difference shall be maintained within 3percent between
piping, floor duct and cable wiring etc.
compressor terminals.

Voltage in starting shall be maintained

3. Changed run condition may change previous input and run current.
by more than 85% of rated voltage.
Do not fail to set transformer capacity and power source capacity by 1.2 times.
9. Starting current means final starting current of compressor.
4. Minimum wire and cable size for external wiring is 2 .
Therefore, final starting current of the unit, which consists of
5. MCCB capacity for run circuit is

6A or 10A.
several units of compressor, shall be calculated as follows:

6. If voltage drop exceeds 2 percent by wire and cable size, the size may be
Starting current of finally run compressor + Run current of
necessary based on "Internal wiring regulation".

For your reference, voltage


starting completed compressor.

drop may be calculated by following formula based on minimum wire size


10. Four(4) cycles shall be divided by each two cycle of main power
and length in the table.
source to be put.

53

Electrical Data
ITEM
POWER

[UNIT]

SOURCE

Input [kW]

Running

Power

Current

Factor

[A]

[%]

MODEL

Starting

Minimum

Recommend

Earth

Current

Wiring Size

Main

Wire

[A]

CV CABLE

Power

Size

*9

[]

MCCB[A]

[]

SRW30GA1

22.4

34.6

90

119.0

25

60

10

SRW40GA1

29.4

45.4

90

128.2

25

75

10

AC

SRW50GA1

35.0

54.3

89.7

141.9

35

100

16

SRW60GA1

43.1

66.0

90.8

201.4

50

125

16

415V

SRW80GB1

58.9

91.0

90

173.6

50

150

16

50Hz

SRW100GB1

70.0

108.6

89.7

196.2

95

200

25

(Water

SRW120GB1

86.3

132.2

90.8

267.5

120

225

25

Cooled

SRW150GC1

105.0

162.9

89.7

250.5

150

300

35

type)

SRW180GC1

129.4

198.3

90.8

333.5

185

350

50

SRW200GD1

140.0

217.1

89.7

304.8

952

2002

252

SRW240GD1

172.5

264.3

90.8

399.5

1202

2252

352

SR U30GA1

33.1

53.4

86.3

171.4

35

100

16

SR U40GA1

41.5

66.1

87.3

180.4

50

125

16

AC

SR U50GA1

49.9

80.3

86.4

212.0

50

150

16

SR U60GA1

59.8

94.5

88.0

270.6

70

175

25

415V

SR U80GB1

83.0

132.3

87.3

246.5

120

225

25

50hZ

SR U100GB1

99.9

160.9

86.4

292.3

150

300

35

(Air

SR U120GB1

119.7

189.2

88.0

365.1

185

350

50

Cooled

SR U150GC1

149.9

241.4

86.4

372.6

240

400

50

Type)

SR U180GC1

179.6

283.9

88.0

459.6

300

500

70

SR U200GD1

199.9

321.9

86.4

452.9

1502

3002

352

SR U240GD1

239.4

378.5

88.0

554.1

1852

3502

502

E = 30.8 L I
1. The above table is based on the following conditions:

1000 A

(3 3w)

Cooling water inlet temperature: 32, Chilled water outlet temperature: 37,
Where : e: Voltage drop[V]

L: Wire length[m]

Outdoor ambient air temperature: 35,


I: Current A]

A: Wire size[]

Chilled water inlet temperature: 12, Chilled water outlet temperature: 7


7. Input power shall be supplied within 10% of rated voltage.
2. Minimum wire and cable size is applied to metallic pipe, synthetic resin
8. Voltage difference shall be maintained within 3percent between
piping, floor duct and cable wiring etc.
compressor terminals.

Voltage in starting shall be maintained

3. Changed run condition may change previous input and run current.
by more than 85% of rated voltage.
Do not fail to set transformer capacity and power source capacity by 1.2 times.
9. Starting current means final starting current of compressor.
4. Minimum wire and cable size for external wiring is 2 .
Therefore, final starting current of the unit, which consists of
5. MCCB capacity for run circuit is

6A or 10A.
several units of compressor, shall be calculated as follows:

6. If voltage drop exceeds 2 percent by wire and cable size, the size may be
Starting current of finally run compressor + Run current of
necessary based on "Internal wiring regulation".

For your reference, voltage


starting completed compressor.

drop may be calculated by following formula based on minimum wire size


10. Four(4) cycles shall be divided by each two cycle of main power
and length in the table.
source to be put.

54

Electrical Data
ITEM
POWER

[UNIT]

SOURCE

Input [kW]
MODEL

Running

Power

Current

Factor

[A]

[%]

Starting

Minimum

Recommend

Earth

Current

Wiring Size

Main

Wire

[A]

CV CABLE

Power

Size

*9

[]

MCCB[A]

[]

SR-W80GA1

59.1

99.0

90.7

260.0

70

175

25

AC

SR-W100GA1

73.1

121.9

91.1

332.7

95

200

25

SR-W120GA1

86.7

150.5

87.5

413.3

120

250

35

380V

SR-W150GA1

107.8

184.0

89.0

533.3

150

300

35

50Hz

SR-W200GA1

137.5

232.1

90.0

601.7

240

400

50

(Water

SR-W200GB1

146.2

246.0

90.3

454.6

240

400

50

Cooled

SR-W240GB1

173.4

301.1

87.5

563.8

300

500

70

type)

SR-W300GB1

215.6

368.1

89.0

717.3

150x2

600

35x2

SR-W400GB1

275.0

464.2

90.0

833.8

240x2

800

50x2

SR-W80GA1

59.1

85.5

90.7

224.5

50

150

16

AC

SR-W100GA1

73.1

105.3

91.1

287.3

70

175

25

SR-W120GA1

86.7

130.0

87.5

356.9

120

225

25

440V

SR-W150GA1

107.8

158.9

89.0

460.6

150

300

35

50hZ

SR-W200GA1

137.5

200.5

90.0

519.7

240

400

50

(Water

SR-W200GB1

146.2

212.4

90.3

392.6

240

400

50

Cooled

SR-W240GB1

173.4

260.0

87.5

486.9

300

500

70

type)

SR-W300GB1

215.6

317.9

89.0

619.5

150x2

600

35x2

SR-W400GB1

275.0

400.9

90.0

720.1

185x2

700

50x2

E = 30.8 L I
1. The above table is based on the following conditions:

1000 A

(3 3w)

Cooling water inlet temperature: 32, Chilled water outlet temperature: 37,
Where : e: Voltage drop[V]

L: Wire length[m]

Outdoor ambient air temperature: 35,


I: Current A]

A: Wire size[]

Chilled water inlet temperature: 12, Chilled water outlet temperature: 7


7. Input power shall be supplied within 10% of rated voltage.
2. Minimum wire and cable size is applied to metallic pipe, synthetic resin
8. Voltage difference shall be maintained within 3percent between
piping, floor duct and cable wiring etc.
compressor terminals.

Voltage in starting shall be maintained

3. Changed run condition may change previous input and run current.
by more than 85% of rated voltage.
Do not fail to set transformer capacity and power source capacity by 1.2 times.
9. Starting current means final starting current of compressor.
4. Minimum wire and cable size for external wiring is 2 .
Therefore, final starting current of the unit, which consists of
5. MCCB capacity for run circuit is

6A or 10A.
several units of compressor, shall be calculated as follows:

6. If voltage drop exceeds 2 percent by wire and cable size, the size may be
Starting current of finally run compressor + Run current of
necessary based on "Internal wiring regulation".

For your reference, voltage


starting completed compressor.

drop may be calculated by following formula based on minimum wire size


10. Four(4) cycles shall be divided by each two cycle of main power
and length in the table.
source to be put.

55

6-2. Electrical Data (R(R-407C)


Electrical Data
ITEM
POWER

[UNIT]

SOURCE

Input [kW]

Running

Power

Current

Factor

[A]

[%]

MODEL

Starting

Minimum

Recommend

Earth

Current

Wiring Size

Main

Wire

[A]

CV CABLE

Power

Size

*9

[]

MCCB[A]

[]

SRW30GA1

22.0

37.1

90

130

25

75

10

SRW40GA1

28.8

48.6

90

140

35

100

16

AC

SRW50GA1

34.3

58.1

89.7

155

35

100

16

SRW60GA1

42.3

70.8

90.8

220

50

125

16

380V

SRW80GB1

57.6

97.2

90

188.6

70

175

25

50Hz

SRW100GB1

68.5

116.0

89.7

213.1

95

200

25

(Water

SRW120GB1

84.6

141.6

90.8

290.8

120

250

35

Cooled

SRW150GC1

102.8

174.1

89.7

271.2

150

300

35

type)

SRW180GC1

126.8

212.2

90.8

361.6

240

400

50

SRW200GD1

137.1

232.2

89.7

329.3

952

2002

252

SRW240GD1

169.1

283.0

90.8

432.4

1202

2502

352

SR U30GA1

32.5

57.2

86.3

187.2

35

100

16

SR U40GA1

40.8

71.0

87.3

197.0

50

125

16

AC

SR U50GA1

49.1

86.3

86.4

231.5

50

150

16

SR U60GA1

58.7

101.3

88.0

295.5

70

175

25

380V

SR U80GB1

81.6

142.0

87.3

268.0

120

250

35

50hZ

SR U100GB1

98.2

172.7

86.4

317.8

150

300

35

(Air

SR U120GB1

117.4

202.7

88.0

396.8

185

350

50

Cooled

SR U150GC1

147.4

259.2

86.4

404.1

300

500

70

Type)

SR U180GC1

176.2

304.2

88.0

498.1

400

500

70

SR U200GD1

196.5

345.5

86.4

490.4

1502

3002

352

SR U240GD1

234.9

405.6

88.0

599.4

1852

3502

502

E = 30.8 L I
1. The above table is based on the following conditions:

1000 A

(3 3w)

Cooling water inlet temperature: 32, Chilled water outlet temperature: 37,
Where : e: Voltage drop[V]

L: Wire length[m]

Outdoor ambient air temperature: 35,


I: Current A]

A: Wire size[]

Chilled water inlet temperature: 12, Chilled water outlet temperature: 7


7. Input power shall be supplied within 10% of rated voltage.
2. Minimum wire and cable size is applied to metallic pipe, synthetic resin
8. Voltage difference shall be maintained within 3percent between
piping, floor duct and cable wiring etc.
compressor terminals.

Voltage in starting shall be maintained

3. Changed run condition may change previous input and run current.
by more than 85% of rated voltage.
Do not fail to set transformer capacity and power source capacity by 1.2 times.
9. Starting current means final starting current of compressor.
4. Minimum wire and cable size for external wiring is 2 .
Therefore, final starting current of the unit, which consists of
5. MCCB capacity for run circuit is

6A or 10A.
several units of compressor, shall be calculated as follows:

6. If voltage drop exceeds 2 percent by wire and cable size, the size may be
Starting current of finally run compressor + Run current of
necessary based on "Internal wiring regulation".

For your reference, voltage


starting completed compressor.

drop may be calculated by following formula based on minimum wire size


10. Four(4) cycles shall be divided by each two cycle of main power
and length in the table.
source to be put.

56

Electrical Data
ITEM
POWER

[UNIT]

SOURCE

Input [kW]

Running

Power

Current

Factor

[A]

[%]

MODEL

Starting

Minimum

Recommend

Earth

Current

Wiring Size

Main

Wire

[A]

CV CABLE

Power

Size

*9

[]

MCCB[A]

[]

SRW30GA1

22.0

35.3

90

123.5

25

60

10

SRW40GA1

28.8

46.2

90

133

35

75

16

AC

SRW50GA1

34.3

55.2

89.7

147.3

35

100

16

SRW60GA1

42.3

67.2

90.8

209

50

125

16

400V

SRW80GB1

57.6

92.4

90

179.2

50

150

16

50Hz

SRW100GB1

68.5

110.2

89.7

202.4

95

200

25

(Water

SRW120GB1

84.6

134.5

90.8

276.3

120

225

25

Cooled

SRW150GC1

102.8

165.4

89.7

257.6

150

300

35

type)

SRW180GC1

126.8

201.6

90.8

343.5

185

350

50

SRW200GD1

137.1

220.6

89.7

312.8

952

2002

252

SRW240GD1

169.1

268.8

90.8

410.8

1202

2252

352

SR U30GA1

32.5

54.4

86.3

177.8

35

100

16

SR U40GA1

40.8

67.5

87.3

187.2

50

125

16

AC

SR U50GA1

49.1

82.1

86.4

219.9

50

150

16

SR U60GA1

58.7

96.3

88.0

280.7

70

175

25

400V

SR U80GB1

81.6

134.9

87.3

254.6

120

225

35

50hZ

SR U100GB1

98.2

164.1

86.4

301.9

150

300

35

(Air

SR U120GB1

117.4

192.6

88.0

377.0

185

350

50

Cooled

SR U150GC1

147.4

246.2

86.4

383.9

240

400

50

Type)

SR U180GC1

176.2

289.0

88.0

473.2

300

500

70

SR U200GD1

196.5

328.3

86.4

465.9

1502

3002

352

SR U240GD1

234.9

385.3

88.0

569.4

1852

3502

502

E = 30.8 L I
1. The above table is based on the following conditions:

1000 A

(3 3w)

Cooling water inlet temperature: 32, Chilled water outlet temperature: 37,
Where : e: Voltage drop[V]

L: Wire length[m]

Outdoor ambient air temperature: 35,


I: Current A]

A: Wire size[]

Chilled water inlet temperature: 12, Chilled water outlet temperature: 7


7. Input power shall be supplied within 10% of rated voltage.
2. Minimum wire and cable size is applied to metallic pipe, synthetic resin
8. Voltage difference shall be maintained within 3percent between
piping, floor duct and cable wiring etc.
compressor terminals.

Voltage in starting shall be maintained

3. Changed run condition may change previous input and run current.
by more than 85% of rated voltage.
Do not fail to set transformer capacity and power source capacity by 1.2 times.
9. Starting current means final starting current of compressor.
4. Minimum wire and cable size for external wiring is 2 .
Therefore, final starting current of the unit, which consists of
5. MCCB capacity for run circuit is

6A or 10A.
several units of compressor, shall be calculated as follows:

6. If voltage drop exceeds 2 percent by wire and cable size, the size may be
Starting current of finally run compressor + Run current of
necessary based on "Internal wiring regulation".

For your reference, voltage


starting completed compressor.

drop may be calculated by following formula based on minimum wire size


10. Four(4) cycles shall be divided by each two cycle of main power
and length in the table.
source to be put.

57

Electrical Data
ITEM
POWER

[UNIT]

SOURCE

Input [kW]

Running

Power

Current

Factor

[A]

[%]

MODEL

Starting

Minimum

Recommend

Earth

Current

Wiring Size

Main

Wire

[A]

CV CABLE

Power

Size

*9

[]

MCCB[A]

[]

SRW30GA1

22.0

34.0

90

119.0

25

60

10

SRW40GA1

28.8

44.5

90

128.2

25

75

10

AC

SRW50GA1

34.3

53.2

89.7

141.9

35

100

16

SRW60GA1

42.3

64.8

90.8

201.4

50

125

16

415V

SRW80GB1

57.6

89.0

90

172.7

50

150

16

50Hz

SRW100GB1

68.5

106.2

89.7

195.1

95

200

25

(Water

SRW120GB1

84.6

129.6

90.8

266.3

120

225

25

Cooled

SRW150GC1

102.8

159.4

89.7

248.3

150

300

35

type)

SRW180GC1

126.8

194.3

90.8

331.1

185

350

50

SRW200GD1

137.1

212.6

89.7

301.5

952

2002

252

SRW240GD1

169.1

259.1

90.8

395.9

1202

2252

352

SR U30GA1

32.5

52.4

86.3

171.4

35

100

16

SR U40GA1

40.8

65.0

87.3

180.4

50

125

16

AC

SR U50GA1

49.1

79.1

86.4

212.0

50

150

16

SR U60GA1

58.7

92.8

88.0

270.6

70

175

25

415V

SR U80GB1

81.6

130.0

87.3

245.4

120

225

25

50hZ

SR U100GB1

98.2

158.1

86.4

291.0

150

300

35

(Air

SR U120GB1

117.4

185.6

88.0

363.3

185

350

50

Cooled

SR U150GC1

147.4

237.3

86.4

370.0

240

400

50

Type)

SR U180GC1

176.2

278.6

88.0

456.1

300

500

70

SR U200GD1

196.5

316.4

86.4

449.0

1502

3002

352

SR U240GD1

234.9

371.4

88.0

548.8

1852

3502

502

E = 30.8 L I
1. The above table is based on the following conditions:

1000 A

(3 3w)

Cooling water inlet temperature: 32, Chilled water outlet temperature: 37,
Where : e: Voltage drop[V]

L: Wire length[m]

Outdoor ambient air temperature: 35,


I: Current A]

A: Wire size[]

Chilled water inlet temperature: 12, Chilled water outlet temperature: 7


7. Input power shall be supplied within 10% of rated voltage.
2. Minimum wire and cable size is applied to metallic pipe, synthetic resin
8. Voltage difference shall be maintained within 3percent between
piping, floor duct and cable wiring etc.
compressor terminals.

Voltage in starting shall be maintained

3. Changed run condition may change previous input and run current.
by more than 85% of rated voltage.
Do not fail to set transformer capacity and power source capacity by 1.2 times.
9. Starting current means final starting current of compressor.
4. Minimum wire and cable size for external wiring is 2 .
Therefore, final starting current of the unit, which consists of
5. MCCB capacity for run circuit is

6A or 10A.
several units of compressor, shall be calculated as follows:

6. If voltage drop exceeds 2 percent by wire and cable size, the size may be
Starting current of finally run compressor + Run current of
necessary based on "Internal wiring regulation".

For your reference, voltage


starting completed compressor.

drop may be calculated by following formula based on minimum wire size


10. Four(4) cycles shall be divided by each two cycle of main power
and length in the table.
source to be put.

58

Electrical Data
ITEM
POWER

[UNIT]

Input

SOURCE

[kW]

MODEL

Running

Power

Current

Factor

[A]

[%]

Starting
Current

Minimum Wiring Size

Recommend

Earth

Main

Wire

[A]

CV CABLE

Power

Size

*9

[]

MCCB[A]

[]

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59.1

99.0

90.7

260.0

70

175

25

AC

SR-W100GA1

73.1

121.9

91.1

332.7

95

200

25

SR-W120GA1

86.7

150.5

87.5

413.3

120

250

35

380V

SR-W150GA1

107.8

184.0

89.0

533.3

150

300

35

50Hz

SR-W200GA1

137.5

232.1

90.0

601.7

240

400

50

(Water

SR-W200GB1

146.2

246.0

90.3

454.6

240

400

50

Cooled

SR-W240GB1

173.4

301.1

87.5

563.8

300

500

70

type)

SR-W300GB1

215.6

368.1

89.0

717.3

150x2

600

35x2

SR-W400GB1

275.0

464.2

90.0

833.8

240x2

800

50x2

SR-W80GA1

59.1

85.5

90.7

224.5

50

150

16

AC

SR-W100GA1

73.1

105.3

91.1

287.3

70

175

25

SR-W120GA1

86.7

130.0

87.5

356.9

120

225

25

440V

SR-W150GA1

107.8

158.9

89.0

460.6

150

300

35

50hZ

SR-W200GA1

137.5

200.5

90.0

519.7

185

350

50

(Water

SR-W200GB1

146.2

212.4

90.3

392.6

185

350

50

Cooled

SR-W240GB1

173.4

260.0

87.5

486.9

240

400

50

type)

SR-W300GB1

215.6

317.9

89.0

619.5

120x2

500

35x2

SR-W400GB1

275.0

400.9

90.0

720.1

185x2

700

50x2

E = 30.8 L I
1. The above table is based on the following conditions:

1000 A

(3 3w)

Cooling water inlet temperature: 32, Chilled water outlet temperature: 37,
Where : e: Voltage drop[V]

L: Wire length[m]

Outdoor ambient air temperature: 35,


I: Current A]

A: Wire size[]

Chilled water inlet temperature: 12, Chilled water outlet temperature: 7


7. Input power shall be supplied within 10% of rated voltage.
2. Minimum wire and cable size is applied to metallic pipe, synthetic resin
8. Voltage difference shall be maintained within 3percent between
piping, floor duct and cable wiring etc.
compressor terminals.

Voltage in starting shall be maintained

3. Changed run condition may change previous input and run current.
by more than 85% of rated voltage.
Do not fail to set transformer capacity and power source capacity by 1.2 times.
9. Starting current means final starting current of compressor.
4. Minimum wire and cable size for external wiring is 2 .
Therefore, final starting current of the unit, which consists of
5. MCCB capacity for run circuit is

6A or 10A.
several units of compressor, shall be calculated as follows:

6. If voltage drop exceeds 2 percent by wire and cable size, the size may be
Starting current of finally run compressor + Run current of
necessary based on "Internal wiring regulation".

For your reference, voltage


starting completed compressor.

drop may be calculated by following formula based on minimum wire size


10. Four(4) cycles shall be divided by each two cycle of main power
and length in the table.
source to be put.

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