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Preface
Thank you very much for usual patronage to Daikin products.
We have completed and pleased to present the Oil Cooling Unit (Model 8) Service Manual.
We at Daikin provide an extensive lineup of models to respond to high-accuracy
temperature control and needs for energy saving with the Oil Cooling Unit and appreciate
your further loyal patronage.
This Service Manual includes information on troubleshooting and a variety of services.
Please make use of the Service Manual for your servicing of the Oil Cooling Unit.

Name of information
Oil Cooling Unit
(Model 8)
Service Manual

Models listed

AKZ148 to 908
AKZJ188 to 908

Date of issue

June
2005

June 2005
After Sales Service Division

Standard Specifications.................... 8

1. Principle of Oil Cooling Unit...................................8


2. List of Basic Performance/Specifications.............10
3. Operating Limits ..................................................14

Wiring Diagrams .............................. 15

1. Troubleshooting According to Symptoms.............67


2. Equipment Data checking Procedure ..................68
3. Troubleshooting According to Malfunction Codes
.............................................................................69
3-1. Control Panel Operation Procedure ..........69
3-2. List of Malfunction Codes..........................70
3-3. Troubleshooting Flow Chart.......................71

Piping Diagrams .............................. 28

Control Panel ................................... 49

Functions.......................................... 64

1. Operation Flow Chart ..........................................64


2. Functions .............................................................65
3. List of Malfunctions/Warnings..............................66

Replacement Procedure................ 112

1. Procedure for Replacing Main PC Board...........112


2. Procedure for Replacing EV Valve Main Unit ....113

10

Miscellaneous Reference Data ..... 114

1. Thermistor Temperature/Resistance
Characteristics ...................................................114
2. Refrigerant (R410A) Characteristics..................114
3. Procedure for Mounting Optional Parts .............115
3-1. Machine Body Synchronization Thermistor
/Optional Oil Temperature Thermistor ........115
3-2. Communication PC Board (Option).........116

Functions

1. AKZ148 to 908.....................................................96
2. AKZJ188 to 908.................................................104

Control
Panel

1. Name and Function of Each Part ........................49


2. Operation Procedure by Mode.............................51
2-1. Normal Mode.............................................51
2-2. Operation Setting Mode ............................52
2-3. Monitor Mode ............................................54
2-4. Timer Setting Mode ...................................54
2-5. Operation Lock Mode ................................54
2-6. Parameter Setting Mode ...........................55
2-7. Auto Tuning Mode......................................62

Removing Procedure....................... 96

Piping
Diagrams

Troubleshooting............................... 67

Wiring
Diagrams

Standard
Specifications

List of Models..................................... 6

List of
Models

OIL COOLING UNIT (MODEL 8) SERVICE MANUAL

Troubleshooting
Removing
Procedure
Replacement
Procedure
Miscellaneous
Reference Data

The specifications and others of this Service Manual are subject to change
without notice for product improvements.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Be sure to observe the precautions shown below.

The following section describes precautions to prevent personal injury or damage. Hazardous situations, which can
occur due to mishandling of the equipment, are classified by the safety alert symbols shown below.

MEMO

1 List of Models
Type
Standard Type

Standard type

Equipped with
circuit breaker

CE Safety
Standard
compatible

Recirculation
type
Different Voltages
compatible
(with built-in
transformer)

Equipped with
heater

Equipped with oil


tank

Model Name

Individual Specification

Page Listed
Standard Specification Wiring Diagram Piping Diagram

AKZ148

10

15

28

AKZ328

10

15

28

AKZ438

10

15

28

AKZ568

11

18

28

AKZ908

11

18

28

AKZ148-B

10

15

28

AKZ328-B

10

15

28

AKZ438-B

10

15

28

AKZ568-B

11

18

28

AKZ908-B

11

18

28

AKZ148-C

10

15

28

AKZ328-C

10

15

28

AKZ438-C

10

15

28

AKZ568-C

11

18

28

AKZ908-C

11

18

28

AKZ148-E1

10

16

28

AKZ148-E2

10

16

28

AKZ148-E3

10

16

28

AKZ328-E1

10

16

28

AKZ328-E2

10

16

28

AKZ328-E3

10

16

28

AKZ438-E1

10

16

28

AKZ438-E2

10

16

28

AKZ438-E3

10

16

28

AKZ568-E1

11

19

28

AKZ568-E2

11

19

28

AKZ568-E3

11

19

28

AKZ908-E1

11

19

30

AKZ908-E2

11

19

30

AKZ908-E3

11

19

30

AKZ148-H

10

17

38

AKZ328-H

10

17

38

AKZ438-H

10

17

38

AKZ568-H

11

20

40

AKZ908-H

11

20

42

AKZ148-T (1)

10

15

32

AKZ328-T (1)

10

15

32

AKZ438-T (1)

10

15

32

AKZ568-T

11

18

34

AKZ908-T

11

18

36

List of Models

Standard type

Equipped with
circuit breaker

CE Safety
Standard
compatible

Dipping Open
type

Different Voltages
compatible
(equipped with
transformer)

Equipped with
heater

Page Listed

Model Name

Individual Specification

Standard Specification Wiring Diagram Piping Diagram

AKZJ188

12

21

46

AKZJ358

12

21

46

AKZJ458

12

21

46

AKZJ568

13

24

46

AKZJ908

13

24

46

AKZJ188-B

12

21

46

AKZJ358-B

12

21

46

AKZJ458-B

12

21

46

AKZJ568-B

13

24

46

AKZJ908-B

13

24

46

AKZJ188-C

12

21

46

AKZJ358-C

12

21

46

AKZJ458-C

12

21

46

AKZJ568-C

13

24

46

AKZJ908-C

13

24

46

AKZJ188-E1

12

22

46

AKZJ188-E2

12

22

46

AKZJ188-E3

12

22

46

AKZJ358-E1

12

22

46

AKZJ358-E2

12

22

46

AKZJ358-E3

12

22

46

AKZJ458-E1

12

22

46

AKZJ458-E2

12

22

46

AKZJ458-E3

12

22

46

AKZJ568-E1

13

25

46

AKZJ568-E2

13

25

46

AKZJ568-E3

13

25

46

AKZJ908-E1

13

25

46

AKZJ908-E2

13

25

46

AKZJ908-E3

13

25

46

AKZJ188-H

12

23

46

AKZJ358-H

12

23

46

AKZJ458-H

12

23

46

AKZJ568-H

13

26

46

AKZJ908-H

13

26

46

List of
Models

Type
Standard Type

2 Standard Specifications
1 Principle of Oil Cooling Unit

Through the compressor, the refrigerant gas turns to be high-temperature and high-pressure compressed gas to
facilitate cooling and liquefaction with the condenser.

The condenser cools and condenses the high-temperature and high-pressure gas produced through the
compressor with air to convert the gas into high-temperature and high-pressure liquid.

The pressure reducing mechanism presses and decompresses this high-temperature and high-pressure liquid to
convert it into low-temperature and low-pressure liquid, thus facilitating evaporation with the cooler.

Through the cooler, the low-temperature and low-pressure gas produced through the pressure reducing mechanism
draws heat from oil to evaporate (cool the oil), thus providing low-temperature and low-pressure gas.

The Oil Cooling Unit is a cooling unit using a refrigeration cycle shown in Figure above, which is different from air
conditioners in the object to cool. The Oil Cooling Unit is subject to cooling of oil, while air conditioners are subject
to cooling of air. Consequently, knowledge required for basic services is the same as that for air conditioners but
different in some points particularly from the air conditioners. The following section describes these different points.

1. Functions of Electronic Expansion Valve


The electronic expansion valve is used for capacity control at a frequency below the minimum compressor
operating frequency, thus having characteristics shown below.
qWhile in low capacity operation, the electronic expansion valve uses the low-pressure region, which no air
conditioners use.
wThe fully closed point of electronic expansion valve (fully closed pulse of EV valve) should be set with the PC
board by each unit. (In order to replace the EV valve or PC board, pay attention to this point.)

2. Oil Pump
Since the Oil Cooling Unit is subject to cooling of oil, an oil pump is incorporated in place of a fan on the indoor
side. The following section describes the features of the oil pump.
qWhen the external resistance reaches 0.5 MPa or more, the relief valve will be activated.
wSince the external resistance block (field piping) is an item to be designed by the user, attention should be paid.

3. Characteristics of Electrical System


Basically, the electrical system is the same as that of air conditioners but has the following characteristics.
qThe Oil Cooling Units has nothing equivalent to the operation switch. Be noted that the Oil Cooling Unit
starts running as soon as the power supply turns ON. Normally, the Oil Cooling Unit exchanges signals with
a machine tool and runs under ON-OFF control on the machine tool side.
wThe Oil Cooling Unit has an enhanced readout function of internal product data. Refer to information in "7
Troubleshooting" to conduct servicing.
8

Standard Specifications

For AKZ Series

Standard
Specifications

For AKZJ Series

2 Standard Specifications

2 List of Basic Performance/Specifications

2-1. AKZ Series


0.5

1.2

1.5

AKZ148

AKZ328

AKZ438

Oil Cooling Unit equivalent horsepower (HP)


Model name

Stan
-dard

Cooling capacity (50/60 Hz)

Circuit voltage
Max. power consumption
Max. current consumption

-H

kW

-T/-T1 *3

-B -C

-H

-H

-T/-T1 *3

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

*4

*4

DC12/24V
1.20kVA/3.5A

1.70kVA/5.3A

2.31kVA/6.6A

200V 60Hz

1.32kVA/3.7A

1.73kVA/5.5A

2.35kVA/6.8A

220V 60Hz

1.33kVA/3.9A

1.75kVA/5.7A

2.6kVA

2.45kVA/7.0A
2.6kVA

2.6kVA

White
mm

650360440 950360440

820360465
950360440
/*3

790360440 1090360440

1055360465
1225360465
1090360440 990360440 1290360440
1290360440
/*3
/*3

0.75 kW or equivalent

0.4 kW or equivalent

1.1 kW or equivalent

Shell end coil type

Evaporator

Cross fin coil type

Condenser
Fan

-E *4

200V 50Hz

Compressor (Hermetic DC swing type)

Type

Propeller fan

Motor

300 mm, 75 W

Type

Trochoid pump
0.4kW4P

Motor
Discharge rate

L/min

12/14.4

Emergency opening
pressure

MPa

0.5

24/28.8
0.6

Synchronization Fixed type


type

(Selectable)
Temperature
control

Reference

Room temperature or unit temperature *5 (Factory set to Room temp. Mode 3)

Subject to control

inlet or outlet oil temperature (Factory set to inlet oil temperature)

Sync. range

-9.9 to +9.9 against reference temperature (Factory set to 0.0)

Inlet or outlet oil temperature

Subject to control

5 to 50

Range

Inverter control for Compressor revolutions + EV valve opening

Refrigerant control
Refilling quantity of refrigerant
(New refrigerant: R410A)*6

0.49

kg

0.72

0.98

Overcurrent relay (pump motor), Reverse phase protector, Restart prevention timer, Low room temperature protection thermostat,
High oil temperature protection thermostat, Low oil temperature protection thermostat, Pump relief valve, Discharge pipe temperature thermostat,
Condenser temperature thermostat, Refrigerant leakage detector, a set of inverter protectors, High pressure switch (-C only),
Compressor protection thermostat (-C only), Overheat prevention temperature thermostat (-H only), and Boil-dry prevention switch (-H only)

Safety devices

Operating range

5 to 45

Room temperature

Inlet oil temperature

5 to 50

Oil viscosity

mm2/S

1.4 to 200 (ISO VG2 to 32)

Pressure loss
outside product

Discharge
side
Suction
side

0.5 MPa or less


Within -30.7 kPa
Lubricating oil/Mineral oil based hydraulic fluid (However, not applicable to phosphate ester based hydraulic fluid, water, water-soluble liquid, chemicals, foods, fuels, cutting/grinding fluid, etc.)

Applicable oil

Rc3/4

Oil outlet
Rc3/4

Oil inlet

Rc1 1/4

Rc3/4

Rc1 1/4

Noise level
(1 m from front, 1 m above:
anechoic chamber equivalent)

dB (A)

Rc1 1/4

62

Rc3/4

65

Vertical 14.7 m/S2 (1.5G) 2.5 Hr (However, 10 to 100 Hz sweep/5 min.)

Transportation vibration performance


Mass

kg

52

Wiring circuit breaker (rated current)

10

Oil tank (capacity)

Wiring circuit breaker


(rated current)

Rc3/4

Rc1/4 (Plug stop)

Oil drain

62

67

110

15

58

68

88

10

116

Note) *1. The cooling capacity represents figures at a standard point


(of inlet oil temperature: 35C, room temperature: 35C, and
oil viscosity: ISO VG32), subject to product tolerance of approximately 5%.
*2 Voltage fluctuation range is to be within 10%.
If the voltage fluctuates outside the range of 10%,
separate consultation will be recommended.
*3 The outline dimensions for T1 specification units are as shown below.
AKZ148-T1: 810 360 535
AKZ328-T1: 980 360 535
AKZ438-T1: 1180 360 535

10

-B -C

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

Coated color

Connection
piping

Stan
-dard

3.8/4.3

Operation circuit

Outline dimensions
(HWD)

Local
procurement*7

-E *4

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

*4

Main circuit

Transformer capacity

Oil pump

-T/-T1 *3
2.8/3.2

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

*2

Stan
-dard

-E *4

1.3/1.4

kW

*1

Heater
Power supply

-B -C

30/20

67

77

10

97

125

30/20

10

*4 Different voltage units are available in three models, i.e., -E1, -E2,
and -E3, subject to the power supply.
E1: 3-phase, 220/230V, 50/60 Hz
E2: 3-phase, 380/400/415V, 50/60 Hz
E3: 3-phase, 440/460/480V, 50/60 Hz
*5 The machine body synchronization thermistor,
which is an optional part, is required.
*6 -C Models are provided with MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet)
of R410A refrigerant.
*7 This part should be separately procured by the customer.
(A circuit breaker should be mounted on the main machine side,
including -B Model.)

Standard Specifications

Oil Cooling Unit equivalent horsepower (HP)


Model name

Stan
-dard

kW

Heater

kW

Power supply
Circuit voltage
Max. power consumption
Max. current consumption

-C

3.0
AKZ908

-H

-T

-C

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

-T

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

*3

*3

DC12/24V

Operation circuit
200V 50Hz

3.21kVA/9.4A

5.02kVA/15.2A

200V 60Hz

3.30kVA/9.5A

5.14kVA/15.6A

220V 60Hz

3.34kVA/9.2A

5.20kVA/14.5A
5kVA

6kVA

White
mm

1110470560 1410470560 1375470580 1360470590 1220560620 1520560680 1485560700 1470560695


1.5 kW or equivalent

Compressor (Hermetic DC swing type)

2.2 kW or equivalent
Shell end coil type

Evaporator

Cross fin coil type

Condenser

Propeller fan

Type

Fan

-E *3

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

Main circuit

Coated color

400mm, 90W4P

Motor

450mm, 150W4P

Type

Trochoid pump

Motor

0.75kW4P

Discharge rate L/min

30/36

Emergency opening
pressure

0.6

MPa

Synchronization Fixed type


type

(Selectable)
Temperature
control

Reference

Room temperature or unit temperature *4 (Factory set to Room temp. Mode 3)

Subject to control

inlet or outlet oil temperature (Factory set to inlet oil temperature)

Sync. range

-9.9 to +9.9 against reference temperature (Factory set to 0.0)

Inlet or outlet oil temperature

Subject to control

5 to 50

Range

Inverter control for Compressor revolutions + EV valve opening

Refrigerant control
Refilling quantity of refrigerant
(New refrigerant: R410A) *5

1.25

kg

1.53

Overcurrent relay (pump motor), Reverse phase protector, Restart prevention timer, Low room temperature protection thermostat,
High oil temperature protection thermostat, Low oil temperature protection thermostat, Pump relief valve, Discharge pipe temperature thermostat,
Condenser temperature thermostat, Refrigerant leakage detector, a set of inverter protectors, High pressure switch (-C only),
Compressor protection thermostat (-C only), Overheat prevention temperature thermostat (-H only), and Boil-dry prevention switch (-H only)

Safety devices

Operating range

5 to 45

Room temperature

Inlet oil temperature

5 to 40

Oil viscosity

mm2/S

1.4 to 200 (ISO VG2 to 32)

Pressure loss
outside product

Discharge
side
Suction
side

0.5 MPa or less


Within -30.7 kPa
Lubricating oil/Mineral oil based hydraulic fluid (However, not applicable to phosphate ester based hydraulic fluid, water, water-soluble liquid, chemicals, foods, fuels, cutting/grinding fluid, etc.)

Applicable oil
Connection
piping

-H
8.0/9.0

*2

Outline dimensions (HWD)

Oil outlet

Rc 1 1/4

Oil inlet

Rc 1 1/4

Oil drain

Rc1/4 (Plug stop)

Noise level
(1 m from front, 1 m above:
anechoic chamber equivalent)

dB (A)

65

Mass

kg

Wiring circuit breaker (rated current)

Oil tank (capacity)

Wiring circuit breaker


(rated current)

67

Vertical 14.7 m/S2 (1.5G) 2.5 Hr (However, 10 to 100 Hz sweep/5 min.)

Transportation vibration performance

Local
procurement*7

-B

5.0/5.6

Transformer capacity

Oil pump

Stan
-dard

-E *3

Standard
Specifications

Cooling capacity (50/60 Hz) *1

-B

2.0
AKZ568

97

115

130

182

15

50
15

125

150

160

20

210

70

20

Note) *1. The cooling capacity represents figures at a standard point (of inlet oil temperature: 35 C, room temperature: 35 C, and oil viscosity: ISO VG32),
subject to product tolerance of approximately 5%.
*2 Voltage fluctuation range is to be within 10%. If the voltage fluctuates outside the range of 10%, separate consultation will be recommended.
*3 Different voltage units are available in three models, i.e., -E1, -E2, and -E3, subject to the power supply.
E1: 3-phase, 220/230V, 50/60 Hz
E2: 3-phase, 380/400/415V, 50/60 Hz
E3: 3-phase, 440/460/480V, 50/60 Hz
*4 The machine body synchronization thermistor, which is an optional part, is required.
*5 -C Models are provided with MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) of R410A refrigerant.
*6 This part should be separately procured by the customer. (A circuit breaker should be mounted on the main machine side, including -B Model.)

11

2 Standard Specifications
2-2. AKZJ Series
0.5

1.2

1.5

AKZJ188

AKZJ358

AKZJ458

Oil Cooling Unit equivalent horsepower (HP)


Model name

Stan
-dard

Cooling capacity (50/60 Hz)

-H

Stan
-dard

-B

*3

1.07kVA/3.1A

1.35kVA/5.7A

200V 60Hz

1.09kVA/3.2A

1.35kVA/5.6A

220V 60Hz

1.07kVA/2.8A

1.62kVA/6.1A

-B

-C

Same as
Standard unit
Same as
Standard unit
Same as
Standard unit

1.76 kVA/5.2A

1.76 kVA/5.9A

1.78 kVA/5.2A

1.78 kVA/5.8A

1.79 kVA/4.9A

1.79 kVA/6.3A

2.2 kVA

*3

-E *3

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

Same as
Standard unit
Same as
Standard unit
Same as
Standard unit

Coated color

980360440

mm

980450630

1120360440

0.4kW or equivalent

Compressor (Hermetic DC swing type)

1.94kVA/5.7A

1.94 kVA/5.9A

1.96kVA/5.7A

1.96 kVA/5.8A

1.98kVA/5.3A

*3

1.98 kVA/6.3A

Same as
Standard unit
Same as
Standard unit
Same as
Standard unit

2.2kVA

2.2kVA

1120450630

1320360440

1320450630

0.75kW or equivalent

1.1kW or equivalent

Open coil type

Evaporator

Cross fin coil type

Condenser
Type

Propeller fan

Motor

300mm, 75W

Type

Trochoid agitator

Motor

1-pahse, 50W, 4P

Reference

Room temperature or unit temperature *5 (Factory set to Room temp. Mode 3)

Subject to control

Tank liquid temperature

Agitator

-H

4.2/4.5

White

Outline dimensions (HWD)

Synchronization Fixed type


type

(Selectable)
Temperature
control

Sync. range

-9.9 to +9.9 against reference temperature (Factory set to 0.0)

Tank liquid temperature

Subject to control
Range

5 to 50

Inverter control for Compressor revolutions + EV valve opening

Refrigerant control
Refilling quantity of refrigerant
*5

Operating
range

Room temperature

0.58

kg

0.81

1.15

Fan motor inner thermostat, Agitator inner thermostat, Reverse phase protector, Restart prevention timer, Low room temperature protection thermostat,
High oil temperature protection thermostat, Low oil temperature protection thermostat, Discharge pipe temperature thermostat,
condenser temperature thermostat, Refrigerant leakage detector, a set of inverter protectors, No-fuse circuit breaker (-B only),
High pressure switch (-C only), Compressor protection thermostat (-C only), Overheat prevention temperature thermostat (-H only), and Fuse (-H only)

Safety devices

5 to 45

Tank liquid temperature

5 to 50

Oil viscosity

mm2/S

0.5 to 200
Water-soluble cutting/grinding fluid, cutting/grinding oil, Lubricating oil, Hydraulic fluid, and Industrial water
(However, not applicable to chemicals, foods, and fuels)

Applicable oil
Noise level
(1 m from front, 1 m above:
anechoic chamber equivalent)

dB(A)

62

Transportation vibration performance


Mass

Vertical 14.7 m/S2 (1.5G) 2.5 Hr (However, 10 to 100 Hz sweep/5 min.)


38

kg

Wiring circuit breaker (rated current)

Wiring circuit breaker


(rated current)

Local
procurement *6

Stan
-dard

DC12/24V

200V 50Hz

Transformer capacity

(New refrigerant: R410A)

-E *3

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

Operation circuit

Fan

-H

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

Main circuit

Max. power consumption


Max. current consumption

-C
3.2/3.5

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

*2

-E *3

1.6/1.8

kW

Power supply

-C

kW

*1

Heater

Circuit voltage

-B

Other than wiring circuit breaker

10

41

103

44

47

10

109

53

10

56

118

10
Oil tank (400 mm or more in depth), Feed pump, Float switch, and return filter

Note) *1. The cooling capacity represents figures at a standard point (of inlet oil temperature: 35 C, room temperature: 35 C, and oil viscosity: ISO VG32),
subject to product tolerance of approximately 5%.
*2 Voltage fluctuation range is to be within 10%. If the voltage fluctuates outside the range of 10%, separate consultation will be recommended.
*3 Different voltage units are available in three models, i.e., -E1, -E2, and -E3, subject to the power supply.
E1: 3-phase, 220/230V, 50/60 Hz
E2: 3-phase, 380/400/415V, 50/60 Hz
E3: 3-phase, 440/460/480V, 50/60 Hz
*4 The machine body synchronization thermistor, which is an optional part, is required.
*5 -C Models are provided with MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) of R410A refrigerant.
*6 This part should be separately procured by the customer. (A circuit breaker should be mounted on the main machine side, including -B Model.)

12

Standard Specifications

Oil Cooling Unit equivalent horsepower (HP)


Model name

Standard

Cooling capacity (50/60 Hz)

Circuit voltage

3.0
AKZJ908

-C

-H

-E *3

kW

-E *3

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

*3

*3

DC12/24V

200V 50Hz

3.3kVA/9.4A

4.0kVA/11.4A

Same as Standard unit

3.9kVA/11.2A

7.5kVA/21.6A

Same as Standard unit

200V 60Hz

3.3kVA/9.4A

4.0kVA/11.4A

Same as Standard unit

4.1kVA/11.7A

7.5kVA/21.6A

Same as Standard unit

220V 60Hz

3.4kVA/9.0A

4.8kVA/12.5A

Same as Standard unit

4.3kVA/11.2A

9.0kVA/23.7A

Same as Standard unit

Transformer capacity

5kVA

Coated color
1450470500

mm

1450560710

1.5kW or equivalent

Compressor (Hermetic DC swing type)

1630560620

1630655830

2.2kW or equivalent
Cross fin coil type

Condenser

Propeller fan

Type
400 mm, 90 W 4P

Motor

450 mm, 150 W 4P


Trochoid agitator

Type

Agitator

6kVA

Open coil type

Evaporator

Fan

White

Outline dimensions (HWD)

Synchronization Fixed type


type

(Selectable)
Temperature
control

Motor

1-pahse, 50W, 4P

Reference

Room temperature or unit temperature *4 (Factory set to Room temp. Mode 3)

Subject to control

Tank liquid temperature

Sync. range

-9.9 to +9.9 against reference temperature (Factory set to 0.0)

Tank liquid temperature

Subject to control
Range

5 to 50

Inverter control for Compressor revolutions + EV valve opening

Refrigerant control
Refilling quantity of refrigerant
*5

Operating
range

Room temperature

1.25

kg

1.65

Fan motor inner thermostat, Agitator inner thermostat, Reverse phase protector, Restart prevention timer, Low room temperature protection thermostat,
High oil temperature protection thermostat, Low oil temperature protection thermostat, Discharge pipe temperature thermostat,
condenser temperature thermostat, Refrigerant leakage detector, a set of inverter protectors, No-fuse circuit breaker (-B only),
High pressure switch (-C only), Compressor protection thermostat (-C only), Overheat prevention temperature thermostat (-H only), and Fuse (-H only)

Safety devices

5 to 45

Tank liquid temperature

5 to 50

Oil viscosity

mm2/S

0.5 to 200
Water-soluble cutting/grinding fluid, cutting/grinding oil, Lubricating oil, Hydraulic fluid, and Industrial water
(However, not applicable to chemicals, foods, and fuels)

Applicable oil
Noise level
(1 m from front, 1 m above:
anechoic chamber equivalent)

dB(A)

65

Transportation vibration performance


Mass

Wiring circuit breaker


(rated current)

Other than wiring circuit breaker

68

Vertical 14.7 m/S2 (1.5G) 2.5 Hr (However, 10 to 100 Hz sweep/5 min.)


83

kg

Wiring circuit breaker (rated current)


Local
procurement *6

-H

Operation circuit

(New refrigerant: R410A)

-C

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

Main circuit

Max. power consumption


Max. current consumption

-B

8.0/9.0

3-phase, 200/200 220VAC, 50/60 Hz

*2

Standard

5.0/5.6

86

15

160

15

132

140

20
20

220

30

20

Oil tank (400 mm or more in depth), Feed pump, Float switch, and return filter

Note) *1. The cooling capacity represents figures at a standard point (of inlet oil temperature: 35 C, room temperature: 35 C, and oil viscosity: ISO VG32),
subject to product tolerance of approximately 5%.
*2 Voltage fluctuation range is to be within 10%. If the voltage fluctuates outside the range of 10%, separate consultation will be recommended.
*3 Different voltage units are available in three models, i.e., -E1, -E2, and -E3, subject to the power supply.
E1: 3-phase, 220/230V, 50/60 Hz
E2: 3-phase, 380/400/415V, 50/60 Hz
E3: 3-phase, 440/460/480V, 50/60 Hz
*4 The machine body synchronization thermistor, which is an optional part, is required.
*5 -C Models are provided with MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) of R410A refrigerant.
*6 This part should be separately procured by the customer. (A circuit breaker should be mounted on the main machine side, including -B Model.)

13

Standard
Specifications

Heater
Power supply

-B

kW

*1

2.0
AKZJ568

2 Standard Specifications
3 Operating Limits

3-1. Operating Range


The Oil Cooling Unit has its operating limits.
Be sure to use the Oil Cooling Unit in the range shown below.

50
45

Room temperature ( )

40

30

20
15

ra

io

10

* "Tank liquid temperature" in


the case of Dipping Open
type (AKZJ Series)

5
5

10

15

20

30

35

40

50

Oil inlet temperature ()*

3-2. Applicable Oil


Since this Oil Cooling Unit is designed for lubricating oils and hydraulic fluid (of mineral oil base), the following oil
(liquid) is not applicable.
1) Flame-resistant hydraulic fluid

Phosphate ester base


Chlorinated hydrocarbon base
Water + Glycol base
W/O, O/W emulsion base

2) Water and water-soluble liquid


3) Chemical liquid and fluid food
4) Cutting oil (fluid) and grinding oil (fluid)
5) Fuels including kerosene, gasoline, and others

14

3 Wiring Diagrams
1 AKZ Series

1-1. AKZ148 (-B) (-C) (-T), AKZ328 (-B) (-C) (-T), AKZ438 (-B) (-C) (-T)
Wiring Diagram

Wiring
Diagrams
1925750R

15

3 Wiring Diagrams
1-2. AKZ148-E1/E2/E3, 328-E1/E2/E3, 438-E1/E2/E3
Wiring Diagram

1925778D

16

Wiring Diagrams

1-3. AKZ148-H/328-H/438-H
Wiring Diagram

Wiring
Diagrams
1925806D

17

3 Wiring Diagrams
1-4. AKZ568 (-B) (-C) (-T), 908 (-B), (-C), (-T)
Wiring Diagram

1925775G

18

Wiring Diagrams

1-5. AKZ568-E1/E2/E3, 908-E1/E2/E33


Wiring Diagram

Wiring
Diagrams
1925799E

19

3 Wiring Diagrams
1-6. AKZ568-H/908-H
Wiring Diagram

1925814E

20

2 AKZJ Series

Wiring Diagrams

2-1. AKZJ188 (-B) (-C), 358 (-B) (-C), 458 148 (-B) (-C)
Wiring Diagram

Wiring
Diagrams
1925776F

21

3 Wiring Diagrams
2-2. AKZ188-E1/E2/E3, 358-E1/E2/E3, 458-E1/E2/E3
Wiring Diagram

1925796D

22

Wiring Diagrams

2-3. AKZJ188-H/358-H/458-H
Wiring Diagram

Wiring
Diagrams
1925809C

23

3 Wiring Diagrams
2-4. AKZJ568 (-B) (-C), 908 (-B), (-C)
Wiring Diagram

1925792D

24

Wiring Diagrams

2-5. AKZJ568-E1/E2/E3, 908-E1/E2/E33


Wiring Diagram

Wiring
Diagrams
1925815B

25

3 Wiring Diagrams
2-6. AKZJ568-H/908-H
Wiring Diagram

1925810E

26

MEMO

27

4 Piping Diagrams
1 AKZ Series

1-1. AKZ148 to 568 (-B) (-C) (-E1) (-E2), (-E3)


No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Evaporator

Rubber hose

Oil pump

Relief valve

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

10

Filter

11

High pressure switch(-C


only)

12
13
14
15
16
17

Compressor protection
thermostat(-C only)
Outlet oil temperature
thermistor
Room temperature
thermistor
Inlet oil temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

M1P

Y1E

S3PH
S2B
Th-2
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
Located at the entrance to and the exit of the oil pump and used to prevent the
vibrations of the oil pump from transmitting to the piping system and equipment.
Used to recirculate oil.
The relief valve is a protective device to be activated when the pressure of oil
piping system reaches the specified level or higher, thus setting the pressure
back to the normal level.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
In order to avoid an increase of high pressure when a malfunction occurs, used
to display the malfunction code E3 if the high pressure reaches 4.1 MPa, thus
stopping the system due to malfunction.
When the compressor head exceeds a temperature of 115C, used to display the
malfunction code E5, thus stopping the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the oil outlet temperature (targeted control temperature) from the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.

18

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

19

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

20

Pump outlet temperature


thermistor

Th-10

21

Oil drain

Used to stop Rc1/4 at the plug. (The evaporator oil can be discharged from this
oil drain for maintenance.)

25

Low-pressure gauge port

Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

Used to detect the oil pump outlet temperature.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on pages 44 and 45.

28

Piping Diagrams

AKZ148 to 568 (-B) (-C) (-E1) (-E2), (-E3)

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400646D

29

4 Piping Diagrams
1-2. AKZ908 (-B) (-C) (-E1) (-E2), (-E3)
No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Evaporator

Rubber hose

Oil pump

Relief valve

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

10

Filter

11

High pressure switch(-C


only)

12
13
14
15
16
17

Compressor protection
thermostat(-C only)
Outlet oil temperature
thermistor
Room temperature
thermistor
Inlet oil temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

M1P

Y1E

S3PH
S2B
Th-2
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

18

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

19

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

21

Oil drain

25

Low-pressure gauge port

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
Located at the entrance to and the exit of the oil pump and used to prevent the
vibrations of the oil pump from transmitting to the piping system and equipment.
Used to recirculate oil.
The relief valve is a protective device to be activated when the pressure of oil
piping system reaches the specified level or higher, thus setting the pressure
back to the normal level.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
In order to avoid an increase of high pressure when a malfunction occurs, used
to display the malfunction code E3 if the high pressure reaches 4.1 MPa, thus
stopping the system due to malfunction.
When the compressor head exceeds a temperature of 115C, used to display the
malfunction code E5, thus stopping the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the oil outlet temperature (targeted control temperature) from the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.
Used to stop Rc1/4 at the plug. (The evaporator oil can be discharges from this oil
drain for maintenance.)
Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on page 45.

30

Piping Diagrams

AKZ908 (-B) (-C) (-E1) (-E2), (-E3)

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400655B

31

4 Piping Diagrams
1-3. AKZ148 to 438-T
No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Evaporator

Rubber hose

Oil pump

Relief valve

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

10

Filter

13
14
15
16
17

Outlet oil temperature


thermistor
Room temperature
thermistor
Inlet oil temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

M1P

Y1E

Th-2
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
Located at the entrance to and the exit of the oil pump and used to prevent the
vibrations of the oil pump from transmitting to the piping system and equipment.
Used to recirculate oil.
The relief valve is a protective device to be activated when the pressure of oil
piping system reaches the specified level or higher, thus setting the pressure
back to the normal level.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
Used to detect the oil outlet temperature (targeted control temperature) from the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.

18

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

19

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

20

Pump outlet temperature


thermistor

Th-10

21

Oil drain

22

Oil tank

23

Oil charge port & Air


breather

24

Oil level indicator

Used to indicate oil quantity in the oil tank.

25

Low-pressure gauge port

Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

Used to detect the oil pump outlet temperature.


Used to stop Rc1/4 at the plug. (The evaporator oil can be discharges from this oil
drain for maintenance.)
Used to store oil at all times, thus responding to a sharp fluctuation in oil quantity
in the piping system.
Used to fill oil into the oil tank and normally serve as a ventilation hole for the oil
tank.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on page 44.

32

Piping Diagrams

AKZ148 to 438-T

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400650C

33

4 Piping Diagrams
1-4. AKZ568-T
No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Evaporator

Rubber hose

Oil pump

Relief valve

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

10

Filter

13
14
15
16
17

Outlet oil temperature


thermistor
Room temperature
thermistor
Inlet oil temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

M1P

Y1E

Th-2
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
Located at the entrance to and the exit of the oil pump and used to prevent the
vibrations of the oil pump from transmitting to the piping system and equipment.
Used to recirculate oil.
The relief valve is a protective device to be activated when the pressure of oil
piping system reaches the specified level or higher, thus setting the pressure
back to the normal level.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
Used to detect the oil outlet temperature (targeted control temperature) from the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.

18

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

19

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

20

Pump outlet temperature


thermistor

Th-10

21

Oil drain

22

Oil tank

23

Oil charge port & Air


breather

24

Oil level indicator

Used to indicate oil quantity in the oil tank.

25

Low-pressure gauge port

Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

Used to detect the oil pump outlet temperature.


Used to stop Rc1/4 at the plug. (The evaporator oil can be discharges from this oil
drain for maintenance.)
Used to store oil at all times, thus responding to a sharp fluctuation in oil quantity
in the piping system.
Used to fill oil into the oil tank and normally serve as a ventilation hole for the oil
tank.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on page 45.

34

Piping Diagrams

AKZ568-T

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400666B

35

4 Piping Diagrams
1-5. AKZ908-T
No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Evaporator

Rubber hose

Oil pump

Relief valve

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

10

Filter

13
14
15
16
17

Outlet oil temperature


thermistor
Room temperature
thermistor
Inlet oil temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

M1P

Y1E

Th-2
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
Located at the entrance to and the exit of the oil pump and used to prevent the
vibrations of the oil pump from transmitting to the piping system and equipment.
Used to recirculate oil.
The relief valve is a protective device to be activated when the pressure of oil
piping system reaches the specified level or higher, thus setting the pressure
back to the normal level.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
Used to detect the oil outlet temperature (targeted control temperature) from the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.
Used to stop Rc1/4 at the plug. (The evaporator oil can be discharges from this oil
drain for maintenance.)
Used to store oil at all times, thus responding to a sharp fluctuation in oil quantity
in the piping system.
Used to fill oil into the oil tank and normally serve as a ventilation hole for the oil
tank.

18

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

19

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

21

Oil drain

22

Oil tank

23

Oil charge port & Air


breather

24

Oil level indicator

Used to indicate oil quantity in the oil tank.

25

Low-pressure gauge port

Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on page 45.

36

Piping Diagrams

AKZ908-T

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400667A

37

4 Piping Diagrams
1-6. AKZ148 to 438-H
No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Evaporator

Rubber hose

Oil pump

Relief valve

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

10

Filter

13
14
15
16
17

Outlet oil temperature


thermistor
Room temperature
thermistor
Inlet oil temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

M1P

Y1E

Th-2
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

18

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

19

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

20

Pump outlet temperature


thermistor

Th-10

21

Oil drain

22
23

Boil-dry protection pressure


switch
Overheat prevention
temperature thermostat

24

Heater

25
26

S4PH
S4B1

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
Located at the entrance to and the exit of the oil pump and used to prevent the
vibrations of the oil pump from transmitting to the piping system and equipment.
Used to recirculate oil.
The relief valve is a protective device to be activated when the pressure of oil
piping system reaches the specified level or higher, thus setting the pressure
back to the normal level.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
Used to detect the oil outlet temperature (targeted control temperature) from the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the oil pump outlet temperature.
Used to stop Rc1/4 at the plug. (The evaporator oil can be discharges from this oil
drain for maintenance.)
Used to detect a drop of oil quantity in the piping system through a flow switch,
thus stopping the system due to malfunction.
Used to indicate the malfunction code AA to stop the system due to malfunction
when heater oil temperature exceeds 70C.

J1H

This is an electric heater used to heat oil.

Low-pressure gauge port

Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

Angle check valve

This valve is a resistor so as not to malfunction the pressure switch.


Without the angle check valve, the system may erroneously recognize that there
is no oil to stop running due to malfunction AA.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on page 44.

38

Piping Diagrams

AKZ148 to 438-H

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400665C

39

4 Piping Diagrams
1-7. AKZ568-H
No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Evaporator

Rubber hose

Oil pump

Relief valve

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

10

Filter

13
14
15
16
17

Outlet oil temperature


thermistor
Room temperature
thermistor
Inlet oil temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

M1P

Y1E

Th-2
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

18

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

19

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

20

Pump outlet temperature


thermistor

Th-10

21

Oil drain

22

Flow switch

S4PH

23

Overheat prevention
temperature switch

S4B1

24

Heater

25

Low-pressure gauge port

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
Located at the entrance to and the exit of the oil pump and used to prevent the
vibrations of the oil pump from transmitting to the piping system and equipment.
Used to recirculate oil.
The relief valve is a protective device to be activated when the pressure of oil
piping system reaches the specified level or higher, thus setting the pressure
back to the normal level.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
Used to detect the oil outlet temperature (targeted control temperature) from the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the oil pump outlet temperature.
Used to stop Rc1/4 at the plug. (The evaporator oil can be discharges from this oil
drain for maintenance.)
Used to detect a drop of oil quantity in the piping system through a flow switch,
thus stopping the system due to malfunction.
Used to indicate the malfunction code AA to stop the system due to malfunction
when heater oil temperature exceeds 70C.

J1H

This is an electric heater used to heat oil.

Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on page 45.

40

Piping Diagrams

AKZ568-H

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400679A

41

4 Piping Diagrams
1-8. AKZ908-H
No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Evaporator

Rubber hose

Oil pump

Relief valve

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

10

Filter

13
14
15
16
17

Outlet oil temperature


thermistor
Room temperature
thermistor
Inlet oil temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

M1P

Y1E

Th-2
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

18

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

19

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

21

Oil drain

22

Flow switch

S4PH

23

Overheat prevention
temperature switch

S4B1

24

Heater

25

Low-pressure gauge port

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
Located at the entrance to and the exit of the oil pump and used to prevent the
vibrations of the oil pump from transmitting to the piping system and equipment.
Used to recirculate oil.
The relief valve is a protective device to be activated when the pressure of oil
piping system reaches the specified level or higher, thus setting the pressure
back to the normal level.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
Used to detect the oil outlet temperature (targeted control temperature) from the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.
Used to stop Rc1/4 at the plug. (The evaporator oil can be discharges from this oil
drain for maintenance.)
Used to detect a drop of oil quantity in the piping system through a flow switch,
thus stopping the system due to malfunction.
Used to indicate the malfunction code AA to stop the system due to malfunction
when heater oil temperature exceeds 70C.

J1H

This is an electric heater used to heat oil.

Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on page 45.

42

Piping Diagrams

AKZ908-H

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400672

43

4 Piping Diagrams
1-9. Layout of Functional Parts
AKZ148 to 438

No.

Part Name

No.

Part Name

No.

Part Name

Compressor

Relief valve

!5

Inlet oil temperature thermistor

Accumulator

Electronic expansion valve

!7

EV valve outlet temperature thermistor

Condenser

!0

Filter

!8

Condensing temperature thermistor

Fan

!1

High pressure switch

!9

Discharge gas temperature thermistor

Evaporator

!2

Compressor protection thermostat

@0

Pump outlet temperature thermistor

Rubber hose

!3

Outlet oil temperature thermistor

@1

Oil drain

Oil pump

!4

Room temperature thermistor

@2

Low-pressure gauge port

44

Piping Diagrams

AKZ568/908

Piping
Diagrams

No.

Part Name

No.

Part Name

No.

Part Name

Compressor

Relief valve

!5

Inlet oil temperature thermistor

Accumulator

Electronic expansion valve

!7

EV valve outlet temperature thermistor

Condenser

!0

Filter

!8

Condensing temperature thermistor

Fan

!1

High pressure switch

!9

Discharge gas temperature thermistor

Evaporator

!2

Compressor protection thermostat

@1

Oil drain

Rubber hose

!3

Outlet oil temperature thermistor

@2

Low-pressure gauge port

Oil pump

!4

Room temperature thermistor

45

4 Piping Diagrams
2 AKZJ Series

2-1. AKZJ188 to 908 (-B) (-C) (-E1) (-E2), (-E3) (-H)


No.

Part Name

Symbol

Compressor

M2C

Accumulator

Condenser

Fan

Cooling coil

Electronic expansion valve


(EV valve)

Strainer

High pressure switch(-C


only)

9
10
11
12
13

Compressor protection
thermostat(-C only)
Room temperature
thermistor
Liquid temperature
thermistor
Machine body
synchronization thermistor
EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

M3F

Y1E

S3PH
S2B
Th-3
Th-4
Th-5
Th-6

14

Condensing temperature
thermistor

Th-7

15

Discharge gas temperature


thermistor

Th-8

16

Agitator motor

M1K

17

Feed pump

18

Heater

19

Low-pressure gauge port

J1H

Function
This compressor is a swing compressor with a built-in DC motor, which is driven
under the inverter control by changing the operating frequency according to
values specified under the capacity control.
The accumulator is installed before the compressor suction and used to prevent
the entry of liquid refrigerant in the compressor and further efficiently return
lubricating oil to the compressor.
Used to air cool the refrigerant to turn it from high-temperature and-pressure
gaseous state to high-temperature and -pressure liquid state.
The feedback control of fan revolutions is performed for heat exchange through
the condenser.
Used to heat low-temperature, low-pressure liquid refrigerant decompressed
through the electronic expansion valve (with oil being cooled) to make it
low-temperature, low-pressure gas.
The EV valve varies its opening according to values specified under the capacity
control, thus making the control of refrigerant recirculation quantity.
Used to prevent the entry of foreign matters in the EV valve.
In order to avoid an increase of high pressure when a malfunction occurs, used
to display the malfunction code E3 if the high pressure reaches 4.1 MPa, thus
stopping the system due to malfunction.
When the compressor head exceeds a temperature of 115C, used to display the
malfunction code E5, thus stopping the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
Used to detect the oil inlet temperature (targeted control temperature) to the
evaporator.
Used to detect the synchronization source temperature while in synchronization
temperature control mode.
While in zero point adjustment, used to detect variations in the EV valve outlet
temperature, thus recognizing the Fully Closed point.
Used to detect the condensing temperature and, when the condensing
temperature reaches a high level, thus displaying the malfunction code E3 to
stop the system due to malfunction.
Used to detect the discharge pipe temperature and, when the discharge pipe
temperature exceeds 112C, thus displaying the malfunction code E5 to stop
the system due to malfunction.
Used to rotate the agitator propeller provided within the open coil for efficient
cooling/heating of the oil in the oil tank.
This feed pump is to be locally procured.
This is an electric heater used to heat oil and only provided in units with the suffix
-H.
Used to mount a gauge for maintenance.

*For the layout of parts, refer to information on page 48.

46

Piping Diagrams

AKZJ188 to 908 (-B) (-C) (-E1) (-E2), (-E3) (-H)

Piping
Diagrams

HCY400668A

47

4 Piping Diagrams
2-2. Layout of Functional Parts
AKZJ188 to 908

No.

Part Name

No.

Part Name

No.

Part Name

Compressor

Strainer

!4

Condensing temperature thermistor

Accumulator

High pressure switch

!5

Discharge gas temperature thermistor

Condenser

Compressor protection thermostat

!6

Agitator motor

Fan

!0

Room temperature thermistor

!7

Heater

Cooling coil

!1

Liquid temperature thermistor

!8

Low-pressure gauge port

Electronic expansion valve

!3

EV valve outlet temperature thermistor

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5 Control Panel

1 Name and Function of Each Part

No.

Lamp display
block A

Lamp display
block B

Mode No./
Data No. display

Data display

Display
Display

Name

POWER

Power supply
lamp

This lamp will light up at all time when the power supply
turns ON.

ALARM

Malfunction
lamp

This lamp will blink or light up when a malfunction


occurs.

TIMER

Timer lamp

This lamp will light up while the system stops in timer


mode.

NORMAL

Normal mode

This lamp will light up while normal mode is selected and


blink while in auto tuning mode or special monitor mode.

SETTING

Operation
setting mode

This lamp will light up while in operation setting mode


and blink while in parameter setting mode.

MONITOR

Monitor mode

This lamp will light up while monitor mode is selected


and blink while in service mode.

TIMER

Timer setting
mode

This lamp will light up while in timer setting mode.

Used to display the following contents while in each mode.


Normal or operation setting mode
The current operation mode No. is displayed.
Monitor setting mode
No. of data that is displayed on the data
display block is displayed.
Parameter setting mode
P is displayed while in parameter setting.

Used to display a variety of data.


(Data displayed varies with setting mode or data No.)

MODE

DATA

SELECT
button

Operation
button

Operation/Function

Used to switch each mode.

DOWN button Used to decrease Mode No./Data No./Data Value by 1.


UP button
SAVE button

Used to increase Mode No./Data No./Data Value by 1.


Used to save Mode No./Data No./Data, the setting of which is
being changed.
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Control
Panel

Item

5 Control Panel
Nine operation modes listed in Table below are available on the control panel.
For normal operation, modes 1 to 4 and 8 and 9 are used.
Other modes 5, 6, and 7 may interfere with the operation of the Oil Cooling Unit. Therefore, before using, be sure to
thoroughly understand the functions of these modes.
Mode

Function

LED status
NORMAL lamp ON

Normal mode

Used to display the current operation mode and target


temperature. When the power supply turns ON, the system
will be automatically brought to this mode.

Operation setting mode

Used to change the setting of operation mode and target


temperature

SETTING lamp ON

Monitor mode

Used to display values detected by each sensor.

MONITOR lamp ON

Time setting mode

Used to make ON timer setting.

TIMER lamp ON

Operation lock mode (factory


setting)

Used to stop the operation of Oil Cooling Unit regardless of


setting conditions.

All lamps except for


POWER OFF

Parameter setting mode

Used to make settings shown below.


qTo make setting of combination of signals output to
external contact when a malfunction or warning occurs.
wTo make automatic setting of controlled variables for PI control.
eTo make manual setting of controlled variables for PI control.
rTo make warning setting for the protection of devices.

SETTING lamp
blinking

Auto tuning mode

Used to automatically compute controlled variables for PI


control and set them with parameters.

NORMAL lamp
blinking

Special monitor mode

Used to check for a variety of current data.

NORMAL lamp
blinking

Service monitor mode

Used to check for the history of malfunction codes and a


variety of data.

MONITOR lamp
blinking

(1) Mode shifting operation


Normally, use the

button to shift mode.

In order to shift to special mode, press and hold multiple buttons in combination for a period of two seconds.

CAUTION

50

The system is set to operation lock mode


at factory. To start operation, release the
operation lock mode.

If the malfunction prevention switch on the


main PC board turns ON, no operation
settings will be made. If so, turn OFF this
switch.

Control Panel

2 Operation Procedure by Mode


2-1. Normal Mode

When the power supply turns ON, the system will be automatically brought to this mode.
This mode is used to display the following contents according to the status of the Oil Cooling Unit.
Status

Normal
operation

Display of control panel

NORMAL

NORMAL

TIMER

MODE

POWER

ALARM

TIMER

MONITOR

NORMAL

MODE

POWER

DATA

ALARM

SETTING
MONITOR
MODE

DATA

TIMER

POWER lamp: ON
ALARM lamp: Blinking when the malfunction level 1 occurs
ON when the malfunction level 2 occurs
MODE: OFF
DATA: Blinking malfunction code displayed
POWER lamp: ON
MODE: OFF
DATA: Blinking LOC displayed
To unlock, press and hold the
for a period of
two seconds.
While operation lock mode, the Oil Cooling Unit stops
all operations including the pump operation.

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Control
Panel

TIMER

POWER lamp: ON
MODE: Operation mode No. displayed
DATA: Target operating temperature displayed

DATA

SETTING
TIMER

Operation
locked

ALARM

MONITOR
TIMER

Malfunction

POWER

SETTING

Remarks

5 Control Panel
2-2. Operation Setting Mode
This mode is used to make settings of operation mode and target temperature.
Furthermore, if the malfunction prevention switch on the main PC board turns ON, no operation mode settings will
be made. In this case, turn OFF this switch to make these settings.

[Setting procedure]
(1) Turn ON the power supply.
When the power supply turns ON, the system will be brought to normal mode to display the current operation
mode and target control value.
(2) Shift to operation setting mode.
While in normal mode, press the

button to shift to operation setting mode. (The MODE display will blink.)

(3) Select mode No.


Press the

or

button to select a desired mode No. (The MODE display will remain blinking.)

Press the

button to save the mode No. (The MODE display will light up and the DATA display will blink.)

(4) Make setting of target temperature.


Press the

or

button to set to a desired target temperature. (The DATA display will remain blinking.)

Press
button to save the target temperature. (The DATA display will light up.)
(5) Return to normal mode.
Press the

button three times to return to normal mode.

(For reference) Mode and data will be saved when the


displayed.

button is pressed with the data block blinking and

If the
button is pressed before saving, the mode and data in process of changing will be
discarded and the system will keep running under the previous setting.

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Control Panel

List of operation modes


Setting item

Mode No.

AKZ Series

Settable range

AKZJ Series

Inlet oil temperature under fixed


temperature control (*1)

Liquid temperature under fixed


temperature control (*1)

Outlet oil temperature under fixed


temperature control (*1)

(Not used)

(Not used)

(Not used)

5.0 to 50.0C
(Factory set to 20.0C)

Inlet oil temperature offset value under Liquid temperature offset value under
3
room temperature synchronization
room temperature synchronization
(Factory setting)
control (*2)
control (*2)
Inlet oil temperature offset value
under machine body temperature
synchronization control (*2)

Liquid temperature offset value


under machine body temperature
synchronization control (*2)

Outlet oil temperature offset


value under room temperature
synchronization control (*2)

(Not used)

Outlet oil temperature offset value


under machine body temperature
synchronization control (*2)

(Not used)

(Not used)

(Not used)

(Not used)

(Not used)

Cooling capacity under direct capacity


control (*3)

Cooling capacity under direct capacity


control (*3)

-9.9 to 9.9C
(Factory set to 0.0C)

Control
Panel

0 to 100%
(Factory set to 0%)

*1. Fixed temperature control: The set value is used as a target temperature for this control.
*2. Synchronization control: The target temperature is used as a value calculated by the following expression for this
control.
Target temperature = Base temperature for synchronization + Offset value
Set value above
In the case of room temperature synchronization control, a value
detected by the room temperature thermistor (Th-3)
In the case of machine body synchronization control, a value detected
by the machine body synchronization thermistor (Th-5: Option)
However, if the result of calculation falls short of 5.0C, the target temperature will be adjusted to 5.0C.
If it exceeds 50.0C, the target temperature will be adjusted to 50.0C.
*3. Direct capacity control: Used to control the cooling capacity as set. (Setting the capacity to 0% will stop the
compressor.)
Note 1) Setting operation mode to No. 4 or No. 6 without mounting the machine body synchronization thermistor
(Th-5: Option) will display the malfunction code H1 to disable the compressor operation.
2) Depending on the model of Oil Cooling Unit, some of the operation modes will not be functional.
If the operation mode selected is not functional, the data block will display to disable settings.
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5 Control Panel
2-3. Monitor Mode
This mode is used to display temperatures detected by each sensor and Inlet/Outlet status.
Using the

or

button makes it possible to select data No.

Contents

Data
No.

AKZ Series

AKZJ Series

Machine body temperature (Th-5) *1 Machine body temperature (Th-5) *1

Outlet oil temperature (Th-2) *1 Not used

*1

Room temperature (Th-3)

*1 Room temperature (Th-3)

*1

Inlet oil temperature (Th-4)

*1 Inlet oil temperature (Th-4)

*1

Pump outlet temperature (Th-10) *1 Pump outlet temperature (Th-10) *1

Difference in temperature between


Not used
oil inlet and outlet (Th-4 - Th-2) *1

Value instructed by direct


capacity control (%)

Revolutions of INV compressor (rps) Revolutions of INV compressor (rps)

Spare

Setting status with communication Setting status with communication


PC board (option) mounted
PC board (option) mounted

Value instructed by direct


*1 capacity control (%)

*1
*1

Spare

*1: If the thermistor is not connected or contains a broken wire, 99.9 will
be displayed for the temperature.

2-4. Timer Setting Mode


This mode is used to display ON timer setting and timer value (in hours up to a maximum of 99 hours).
Use the
or
button to make setting of the timer value. Saving the input with the
button will put the system
into timer status, thus stopping the Oil Cooling Unit operation.
To release the timer status, set the timer value to 0.
NORMAL

POWER

ALARM

TIMER

SETTING
MONITOR
TIMER

MODE

DATA

2-5. Operation Lock Mode


This mode is used to lock the Oil Cooling Unit to the stop status and prohibit operations of buttons except for the
UNLOCK button.
While in a normal use mode (i.e., normal, operation setting, or monitor mode), press and hold the
or
for a period of two seconds. Loc on the data display block will blink to put the system into locked status.
To release operation lock mode, also press and hold the
NORMAL

POWER

ALARM

SETTING
MONITOR
TIMER

54

MODE

DATA

TIMER

or

button for a period of two seconds.

In order to start or stop the Oil Cooling Unit on the control


panel, start with this operation.

mode

Control Panel

2-6. Parameter Setting Mode


This mode is used to make settings of the following parameters to determine the basic operation of Oil Cooling Unit.
Setting of external output procedure when a malfunction or warning occurs...........n01 to n03
Setting of conditions for auto tuning .........................................................................n04 and N05
Setting of gain rate for temperature control ..............................................................n06 to n09
Setting of monitoring subject for temperature warning.............................................n10, n12, n14, n16, and n18
Setting of operating temperature (difference) for temperature warning....................n11, n13, n15, n17 and n19
Setting of YES or NO of use of parallel communication ...........................................n20
Setting of minimum pulse for EV valve .....................................................................n24
Furthermore, if the malfunction prevention switch on the main PC board turns ON, no operation settings will be
made. In this case, turn OFF this switch.

(1) Setting procedure


With P blinking in the MODE block, use the
or
button to select a parameter No.
The DATA block displays the parameter No. selected for a period of approximately 0.5 seconds and then data.
When the
Use the

button is pressed, the DATA block will start blinking and displaying.
or

button to change data and the

Pressing the

button to save the data.

button before saving the data will discard the data to return to the previous value.

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Control
Panel

[Note] Parameters are classified into two groups: One group of parameters becomes enabled on the spot,
while the other group of parameters requires turning ON the power supply again.
To make judgment of which group the parameters belong to, refer to List of parameters.

5 Control Panel
(2) List of parameters
Parameter
No

Item

Min.
value

Max.
value

Default value at Power reset


required
factory setting

Remarks

n00

(Not used)

n01

External output when a malfunction or


warning occurs

11

O ut put s i gn a l to 60-61,
60-63 and 66-67

n02

Operation setting 1 for external signal input

Input signal from terminal Nos. 12-13

n03

Operation setting 2 for external signal input

Input signal from connector CN2

n04

Setting of auto tuning end conditions

0.0

10.0

8.0

Setting of oil outlet drop temperature

n05

Setting of response coefficient for auto


tuning

0.1

10.0

n06

Setting of control gain P (in the case of


small temperature differential)

999

n07

Setting of control gain I (in the case of


small temperature differential)

999

n08

Setting of control gain P (in the case of


large temperature differential)

999

n09

Setting of control gain I (in the case of


large temperature differential)

999

n10

Setting of monitoring subject for warning 1

465

n11

Setting of operating temperature for warning 1

0.0

60.9

0.0

n12

Setting of monitoring subject for warning 2

465

n13

Setting of operating temperature for warning 2

0.0

60.9

0.0

n14

Setting of monitoring subject for warning 3

465

n15

Setting of operating temperature for warning 3

0.0

60.9

0.0

n16

Setting of monitoring subject for warning 4

465

n17

Setting of operating temperature for warning 4

0.0

60.9

0.0

n18

Setting of monitoring subject for warning 5

465

n19

Setting of operating temperature for warning 5

0.0

60.9

0.0

n20

Setting of YES or NO of use of parallel


communication

Option is required to provide.

N21
to
n23

(Not used)

Never change the setting of


these parameters. Doing so
will result in a malfunction.

AKZ : 2.0
AKZJ : 7.0

AKZ : 40
AKZJ188 ~ 458
: 120
AKZJ568908
n06, n08 : 90
n07, n09 : 30

Default value var ies with


models.

Settings of monitoring
subject and operating
temperature to issue a
temperature warning.
Setting of a total of 5 items
can be made.
For details, refer to information
in section (4) Temperature
warning (on page 59 and
later).

n24

Setting of minimum pulse for EV valve

999

Default value varies


with types of EV valve.

In order to replace the main


PC board or electronic
expansion valve, the minimum
pulse should be set to 0 and
operation to detect fully open
pulse should be performed.
(For details, refer to pages 112
and 113.)

N25
to
N38

(Not used)

Never change the setting of


these parameters. Doing so
will result in a malfunction.

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Control Panel

(3) Parameter No.


n01: External output when a malfunction or warning occurs
When a malfunction or warning occurs, used to make setting of combination of output to each contact.
Output to terminal block (X2M)

Tens
place

One place

Output
Malfunction
output

Setting
Terminal
No.
60 61
60 63

Setting
Terminal
Output
No.
Warning output 66 67

0 (Factory setting)
Power
Normal
Malfunction
failure
ON
OFF

OFF
ON

OFF
ON

0 (Factory setting)
Power
Normal
Warning
failure
ON
OFF
OFF

Normal

1
Power
failure

Malfunction

OFF
ON

OFF
ON

ON
OFF

Normal

1
Power
failure
OFF

Warning

OFF

ON

Output with communication PC board (option) used


0 (Factory setting)

When the warning 1 occurs: OFF When the warning 1 occurs: ON


When the warning 2 occurs: OFF When the warning 2 occurs: ON
When the warning 3 occurs: OFF When the warning 3 occurs: ON
When the warning 4 occurs: OFF When the warning 4 occurs: ON
When the warning 5 occurs: OFF When the warning 5 occurs: ON
(Not used)
When the malfunction level 1 occurs: OFF / When the malfunction level 2 occurs: ON
When the malfunction occurs: OFF When the malfunction occurs: ON
Common (+24V)

n02: OP contact level


Used to make setting of operation for input signal (OP signal) to the connection terminals (12 and 13: OP
terminals) of optional safety equipment on the terminal block (X2M).
0: OP terminal not used (factory setting)
1: Used to implement the malfunction level 1 when the connection terminals (12 and 13) turn OFF.
2: Used to implement the malfunction level 2 when the connection terminals (12 and 13) turn OFF.
3: Used to implement the malfunction level 1 (respond to the flow switch) when the connection terminals
(12 and 13) do not turn ON after a lapse of 30 seconds since the pump starts operation.
[Note] Just connecting the optional safety device to the OP terminals will not enable the protective function. Be
sure to make this parameter setting.
n03: OP2 contact level
Used to setting of operation for input signal to the CN2 (OP2) on the main PC board (A1P).
0: CN2 terminal not used (factory setting)
1: Used to implement the malfunction level 1 when the CN2 contact turns OFF.
2: Used to implement the malfunction level 2 when the CN2 contact turns OFF.
[Note] The OP2 may be used for an option at factory setting.
n04: Setting of auto tuning end conditions
While in auto tuning mode, if the oil outlet temperature falls by the degree set with this parameter, the auto
tuning will end. (For details, refer to information in Section 2-7.)

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Control
Panel

Setting
Pin No.
1 (D0)
2 (D1)
3 (D2)
4 (D3)
5 (D4)
6 (D5)
7 (D6)
8 (D7)
9 (COM)

5 Control Panel
n05: Setting of response coefficient for auto tuning
Used to make setting of response coefficient to calculate the optimum control variable for auto tuning
(Section 2-7).
qMake this value smaller. . Stability will be upgraded, but responsiveness will be degraded.
wMake this value larger. . Responsiveness will be upgraded, but stability will be degraded.
n06 to n09: Setting of gain rate for temperature control
n06: Control gain P (in the case of small temperature differential)
n07: Control gain I (in the case of small temperature differential)
n08: Control gain P (in the case of large temperature differential)
n09: Control gain I (in the case of large temperature differential)
Parameters n06 to n09 are used to make setting of gain for temperature control.
In the case of small temperature differential between the control target and the control subject, use gains of
n06 and n07.
In the case of large temperature differential between the control target and the control subject, use gains of
n08 and n09.
n10, n12, n14, n16, and n18: Setting of monitoring subject for temperature warning
Used to make setting of monitoring subject for temperature warning and also operation contents when
conditions are met.
n11, n13, n15, n17, and n19: Setting of operating temperature (differential) for temperature warning
Used to make setting of operating temperature (differential) to issue a temperature warning.
n20: Setting of YES or NO of use of parallel communication
Used to make setting of whether or not to perform parallel data communication with the main machine.
0: Not performed (Factory setting)
1: Performed
Setting this parameter to 0 with a communication extension PC board (option) connected will make it
possible to use parallel output from the extension PC board as individual output of alarm status or temperature
warning.
n21 to n23: Not used
Never change the setting of these parameters. Doing so will result in a malfunction.
n24: Setting of minimum pulse for EV valve
Used to make optimum setting of minimum pulse for the EV valve by equipment.
(Factory setting to the optimum pulse for EV valve concerned.)
n25 to n28: Not used
Never change the setting of these parameters. Doing so will result in a malfunction.

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Control Panel

(4) Temperature warning


This function alerts you to the necessity to check for Oil Cooling Unit when the monitoring temperature exceeds the
set temperature range. When the temperature warning is detected, operations of compressor, fan, and others will
vary with settings (of operations after temperature warning is detected (C) as per table shown below).
(4)-1. Detailed settings
qBased on the following expression, make settings of monitoring subject (a)/monitoring subject (b) and
temperature to issue a warning (d).
Temperature for monitoring subject (a) Temperature for monitoring subject (b) = Temperature to issue a warning (d)
wMake settings of YES/NO of external output of warning signal (c) and Resetting procedure after warning (c).
eMake setting of the following differential value (e) to specify the resetting temperature.
Resetting temperature = Temperature to issue a warning (d) (*) Differential value (e)
*If the temperature to issue a warning is set to the lower limit, take +. If it is set to the upper limit, take .
(4)-2. Setting procedure
Turning ON power supply:
qTurn ON the power supply. (The system will be automatically put into normal mode.)
Parameter setting mode:
button for a period of two seconds or more will put the system into parameter
wPressing and holding the
setting mode. (The MODE block will display blinking P.)
Control
Panel

Settings of (a), (b), and (c):


or
button to set to a desired parameter No. (n10, n12, n14, n16, or n18).
eUse the
(After a lapse of 0.5 seconds, the DATA block will display data.)
rUse the

or

button to set (a), (b), and (c) to desired Nos.,

respectively.
tUse the

button to save the Nos.


Monitoring subject (a)
Setting
No.
0

Monitoring subject (b)

Display item
AKZ Series

AKZJ Series

Setting
No.

Display item
AKZ Series

AKZJ Series

(Warning function is not used.)

Machine body temperature (Th-5) Machine body temperature (Th-5)

-Machine body temperature (Th-5) -Machine body temperature (Th-5)

Outlet oil temperature (Th2)

-Outlet oil temperature (Th2)

(Not used)

(Warning function is not used.)


(Not used)

Room temperature (Th-3) Room temperature (Th-3)

-Room temperature (Th-3) -Room temperature (Th-3)

Inlet oil temperature (Th-4) Liquid temperature (Th-4)

-Inlet oil temperature (Th-4) -Liquid temperature (Th-4)

Fixed value

Fixed value

Fixed value

Fixed value

Operation after a temperature warning is detected (c)


Setting
No.

Display

Terminals 60-61/60-63

ON (*1)
Warning (1E to 5E)

3
4

External output (*2)


Terminals 66-67

(Warning function is not used.)

1
2

ON/OFF

Malfunction code FH

Automatic
Compressor
reset
only forcedly
stops.
Manual reset

Warning output
No output

No output
Warning output

Malfunction output

No output
Warning output

*1: ON follows thermostat ON/OFF control.


*2: Output to external terminals follows the setting of parameter n01 (refer to page 57).
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5 Control Panel
Settings of (d), and (e):
or
button to set to a desired parameter
yUse the
No. (n11, n13, n15, n17, or n19).
(After a lapse of 0.5 seconds, the DATA block will display
data.)

or
button to set (d), and (e) to figures
uUse the
desired, respectively.
iUse the

button to save the figures.

Returning to normal:
oPress the

button to return to normal mode.

(Reference) List of typical temperature warning settings


AKZ Series
Setting of monitoring subject
(n10,n12,n14,n16,n18)
No.

Item to monitor temperature

(a)

(b)

(c)

Setting of operating temperature


(n11,n13,n15,n17,n19)
(d)

Monitoring Monitoring Operation Temperature to


subject (1) subject (2) after warning issue a warning
0

(e)
Differential
value.

When temperature warning is not used (factory setting)

When the oil outlet temperature is higher than the machine body temperature

1,4,5

When the oil outlet temperature is higher than the room temperature

1,4,5

When the oil outlet temperature is lower than the machine body temperature

1,2,3

When the oil outlet temperature is lower than the room temperature

1,2,3

When the oil inlet temperature is higher than the machine body temperature

1,4,5

When the oil inlet temperature is higher than the room temperature

1,4,5

When the oil inlet temperature is lower than the machine body temperature

1,2,3

When the oil inlet temperature is lower than the room temperature

1,2,3

10 When the oil outlet temperature is high

1,4,5

11 When oil inlet temperature is high

1,4,5

12 When the oil outlet temperature is low

1,2,3

13 When the oil inlet temperature is low

1,2,3

Make setting Make setting of


of temperature range of 1 to 9.
differential

range of 0 to 60.

Make setting of
range of 1 to 9.

Make setting

of temperature
differential
Make setting of
range of 0 to 60. range of 1 to 9.

AKZJ Series
Setting of monitoring subject
(n10,n12,n14,n16,n18)
No.

Item to monitor temperature

(a)

(b)

(c)

Setting of operating temperature


(n11,n13,n15,n17,n19)
(d)

Monitoring Monitoring Operation Temperature to


subject (1) subject (2) after warning issue a warning
1

When temperature warning is not used (factory setting)

When the liquid temperature is higher than the machine body temperature

1,4,5

When the liquid temperature is higher than the room temperature

1,4,5

When the liquid temperature is lower than the machine body temperature

1,2,3

When the liquid temperature is lower than the room temperature

1,2,3

When the liquid temperature is high

1,4,5

When the liquid temperature is low

1,2,3

60

(e)
Differential
value.
0

Make setting

of temperature
differential
Make setting of
range of 0 to 60. range of 1 to 9.
Make setting

of temperature
Make setting of
differential
range of 0 to 60. range of 1 to 9.

Control Panel

(4)-3. Display while in temperature warning

NORMAL

POWER

ALARM

TIMER

Warning
display
1E

Operation according to setting with


parameter Nos. n10 and n11

2E

Operation according to setting with


parameter Nos. n12 and n13

3E

Operation according to setting with


parameter Nos. n14 and n15

4E

Operation according to setting with


parameter Nos. n16 and n17

5E

Operation according to setting with


parameter Nos. n18 and n19

SETTING
MONITOR
TIMER
MODE

DATA

ALARM lamp: OFF


Display of DATA block: Warning set number is blinked
and displayed.

Content

Particularly, on the Oil Cooling Unit side, check for the following points.
Whether or not oil quantity is kept at the normal level.
Whether or not there is any obstacle in the vicinity of air supply/exhaust opening.
Whether or not the filter is clogged.
Whether or not the condenser gets dirty.
Whether or not an improper model is selected.
Whether or not capacity is stepping down (the room temperature and oil temperature are below 35C).
Whether or not the system runs according to direct capacity control.
Whether or not refrigerant gas has leaked out.
Whether or not sensors get dirty or damaged.
Whether or not the setting of temperature warning is properly made.

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Control
Panel

(4)-4. Action against temperature warning


If the temperature warning is executed according to low oil temperature protection, this warning will be
automatically reset when the temperature reaches the warning reset temperature.
In contrast, if the temperature warning is executed according to high oil temperature protection, the power supply
should be turned ON again (manually reset). In each case, probe the causes of fluctuations in oil temperature
both on the main machine and the Oil Cooling Unit sides.

5 Control Panel
2-7. Auto Tuning Mode
This mode is used to automatically compute controlled variables for PI control and set them with parameter n6 to n9.

(1) Setting procedure


Turning ON power supply:
qTurn ON the power supply. (The system will be automatically put into normal mode.)
Auto tuning mode:
wPressing and holding the
system into auto tuning mode.

buttons simultaneously for a period of two seconds or more will put the

ePressing the

button will initiate the auto tuning.

(The system will automatically go through the following steps.)


Step 0
Used to check for auto
tuning conditions.

Used to operate for the


stabilization of initial
conditions.

Step 2

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rPressing the

End of auto tuning

Used to compute and


set the result with a
parameter.

Step 3

Used to operate for


gathering data on
control subject.

Step 1

button will return the system to normal mode.

Control Panel

Note) 1. Before putting the system into auto tuning mode, be sure to make setting of operation mode (except for No.
9 while in operation setting mode) in order to determine the thermistor subject to control.
2. Initiate auto tuning from the state in which the room temperature is approximately equal to the oil
temperature (i.e., stable state). Furthermore, perform the auto tuning with no load (in a stop state) on the
main machine side.
3. If an error occurs while in auto tuning, the auto tuning will be disabled. In this case, press the
button to
return the system to normal mode.
Probe the causes of the error to take measures against the error and then perform the auto tuning again.
4. In Step 2, the system runs at 100% capacity. Consequently, oil may be overcooled. Make adjustment of
overcooled oil with parameter No. 4 (Setting of auto tuning end conditions). (Set the conditions to as large
value as possible to the extent that no damage is caused to the machine.)
5. In order to compute the optimum control variable based on data gathered, the setting of response
coefficient should be made with the parameter No. 5.
(Making the variable smaller provides a higher level of stability, while making it larger provides a higher level
of responsiveness.)
6. Depending on the conditions of control subject (machine), the optimum control gain may not be computed
at one time. In this case, perform multiple calculations to take an average value or use a mode value
(except for an extreme value).

Control
Panel

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6 Functions

1 Operation Flow Chart

64

Functions

2 Functions
Function

Stop due to malfunction

Description
When a malfunction occurs while in running, used to stop compressor or else
for protection.
Stop due to malfunction is classified into the following two levels.
Malfunction level 1: Compressor, pump, and fan all stop operation.
Malfunction level 2: Only the compressor stops running. (The pump and fan
keep operating.)
When the monitoring temperature exceeds the set temperature while in
operation, used to stop the compressor or else.
Operation to stop: Only the compressor stops operation. (The pump and
fan keep operating.)
Resetting procedure (Two procedures are available according to setting.)

Stop
Stop due to temperature
warning

A Automatic resetting - After a lapse of standby for restart, the system


will automatically restart operation.
B Manual resetting - After resetting the power supply on manual control,
turning ON the circuit breaker again will restart
operation.
*For details of temperature warning setting procedure, refer to information on
page 59 and later.

Standby Standby for restart

In order to prevent frequent ON/OFF operations of the compressor and


equalize pressure within the refrigerant system, used to stand by for the restart
of the compressor for a period of 30 seconds after the compressor stops.
For models AKZ(J)148 to 568, in order to start the compressor, used to
increase the operating frequency to 46 Hz once and then operate the
compressor at the minimum operating frequency.

25Hz

38Hz

z/

2H

z/

46Hz

AKZ(J)908
Functions

Startup
control

AKZ(J)148 ~ 568

2H

Startup control

Make ON/OFF judgment of the thermostat under the following conditions


Judgment of thermostat against the set temperature.
ON/OFF
Thermostat ON condition: Detected temperature Set (target) temperature
Thermostat OFF condition: Detected temperature < Set (target) temperature

In medium/high load regions (i.e., 60 to 100% of the product capacity), used to


Compressor
control the compressor operating frequency, thus making the oil temperature
control
(High-accuracy)
corresponding to the target temperature.
oil temperature
Function
In low load regions (i.e., 5 to 60% of the product capacity), used to control the
control
EV valve
control
EV valve opening, thus making the oil temperature corresponding to the target
control
temperature.
Auto tuning control

Used to compute P/I gain for temperature control and then set it to parameter
concerned.

When high pressure shows an abnormal rise, used to stop only the compressor
due to malfunction.
High pressure protection Stop due to detection by the thermistor of condenser (subject to all applicable models)
function
Actuating temperature: 65C or more
Stop due to detection by the high pressure switch (only on -C models)
Protection
Actuating pressure: 4.1MPa
control
When an abnormal inverter fin temperature is detected, used to stop only the
compressor due to malfunction.
Inverter protection function
Actuating temperature: 95C (AKZ(J)148 to 568)
120C (AKZ(J)908)

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6 Functions

3 List of Malfunctions/Warnings

When a malfunction or warning occurs while in operation, the equipment will stop operation in progress and the
status will be displayed.
1. In order to protect functional parts, the compressor, oil pump, fan, or else stops.
2. In order to alert the customer to the malfunction or warning, it is displayed by code or lamp.
No.

Malfunction
level
Compressor

ON/OFF

Display

Oil pump

Fan

Resetting
procedure

Level 1

OFF

OFF

OFF

Manual
resetting

Level 2

OFF

ON

ON

Manual
resetting

OFF

ON

ON

Automatic
resetting

ON

ON

ON

3
Level 3
4

OFF

ON

ON

Automatic
resetting

Display
Display by
malfunction
code

Display by
warning

No display

Malfunction
lamp

Subject

Blink

Malfunction code
(A6 to UJ)
For details, refer to page 70.

ON
OFF
OFF

OFF

Warning
(1E to 5E)
For details, refer to page 61.
qLow room temperature
protection (*1)
wLow oil temperature
protection (*2)

*1: When the room temperature thermistor detects a temperature of -2C or less, this protection will be activated.
*2: When the inlet oil temperature thermistor detects a temperature of 2C or less, this protection will be activated.

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7 Troubleshooting

1 Troubleshooting According to Symptoms

If an operation shows an abnormality even through no malfunction code is displayed, refer to the following
information to take measures.
Item

Symptom

Cause

Measure

T h e u n i t p e r fo r m s n o
operation. (The POWER qMain power not supplied or power supply Supply power to the power supply terminals (R, S,
lamp on the operation
wires (L1 and L2) disconnected.
and T) on the main PC board (A1P).
panel does not turn ON.)
qRemote control terminals (10 11) on the
Check to be sure the connection of remote control
external terminal block (X2M) in the OFF
input.
position.
The pump does not operate.
wOperation lock mode selected (Factory Unlock operation lock mode on the control panel.
set to operation lock mode)
(Refer to page 54.)
qUnfastened piping on the suction side of Check the packing in the piping for condition and then
the pump.
refasten it if necessary.

wClogged suction strainer (on the main


The pump operates but
machine side)
no oil flows.
A small quantity of oil eDropped oil level in the oil tank
recirculates and the pump
r Relief valve activated due to large
makes a loud noise.
pressure loss in the oil discharge piping

Clean the suction strainer.


If the oil in the oil tank gets foul, replace the oil.
Refill the oil tank with oil.

Make the oil pipe diameter larger and the piping


tCavitation caused in the pump due to large shorter.
pressure loss in the oil suction piping
qCompressor stop due to temperature control
wActivation of compressor restart protection Check to be sure the compressor starts up when the
timer (30-second timer)
timer completes its operative period of time.

The pump operates but


eActivation of low oil temperature protection
the compressor does not
Use at an inlet oil temperature of 5C or more.
(due to inlet oil temperature of 2C or less)
operate.
rActivation of low room temperature protection
Use at a room temperature of 5C or more.
(due to room temperature of -2C or less)
tMode No. 9 set to 0%

Change to proper operation mode.

qObstacle present near the air suction/exhaust


Remove the obstacle.
opening

Clean the air filter.

eStepping down operation in progress due C h e ck t o s u r e t h e c a p a c i t y i n t h e o p e ra t i n g


to high room temperature
Both the pump and
temperature range with the catalog and then select a
compressor operate but
model having a proper capacity.
rToo large heat load
oil does not become cool.
Change the setting to a proper temperature.
tToo high set temperature
yShortage of refrigerant gas if exhaust
temperature is approximately equal to
Recharge refrigerant.
the room temperature, even though the
compressor is in operation.
qIf is displayed in the DATA block,
the thermistor used for operation mode Correct the connection of the thermistor.
concerned is not connected.

No operation settings can


wIf is displayed for just a moment
be made.
when the
button (i.e., rightmost Set the mishandling prevention switch (SW1) on the
switch) is pressed, mishandling prevention main PC board to OFF.
switch (SW1) is set to ON.
Malfunction signals are
output from ter minals
qThe procedure for signal output when a
6465 on the exter nal
malfunction occurs is different from that of
terminal block in a
Models 5 and 6.
manner different from the
conventional one.

The procedure is different from that for models AKS5


and AKZ6.
Referring to information in Parameter setting mode
on page 55, make proper settings.

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Troubleshooting

wDirty air filter

7 Troubleshooting

2 Equipment Data checking Procedure

Using the control panel to put the system into special monitor mode will acquire a variety of data on the current
equipment.

[Operation procedure]
<Normal mode>

While in normal mode (with the NORMAL lamp ON), press and
hold the
and
buttons for a period of two seconds, the
NORMAL lamp will start blinking to shift to special monitor mode.

<Special monitor mode>

Pressing the
or
button will make it possible to change data
No. (display in the MODE block).
Furthermore, pressing the
button while in special monitor
mode will return the system to normal mode.

Display item of special monitor mode


Data No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F

Item
[Current] Command frequency controlled by compressor inverter (rps)
[Current] EV valve opening (pulse)
[Current] Main circuit voltage (V)
[Current] Primary current of main circuit (A)
[Current] Inverter radiation fin temperature (C)
[Current] Control box temperature (C)
[Current] Discharge gas temperature (C)
[Current] Condenser saturated temperature (C)
[Current] EV valve outlet temperature (C)
[Current] DC fan revolutions (10 rpm)
Power supply frequency detected (Hz)
(used for technical test)
*
(used for technical test)
*
(used for technical test)
*
Control software Ver.
Inverter software Ver.

*: Since the data is used for technical test, do not change the setting on site.

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Troubleshooting

3 Troubleshooting According to Malfunction Codes

Using the control panel to put the system into service monitor mode will make it possible to check the history of
malfunction codes and data when a malfunction occurs.

3-1. Control Panel Operation Procedure


<Normal mode>

While in normal mode (with the NORMAL lamp ON), press and
hold the
button for a period of two seconds, the MONITOR
lamp will start blinking to shift to service monitor mode.

<Service monitor mode>

Pressing the
or
button will make it possible to change data
No. (display in the MODE block).
Furthermore, pressing the
button while in service monitor
mode will return the system to normal mode.

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Troubleshooting

Display item of special monitor mode


Data No.
Item
0
Malfunction code 0 (latest)
1
Malfunction code 1
2
Malfunction code 2
3
Malfunction code 3
4
Malfunction code 4
5
Malfunction code 5
6
Malfunction code 6
7
Malfunction code 7
8
Malfunction code 8
9
Malfunction code 9 (oldest)
A
[When a malfunction occurs] Machine body temperature [Th-5] (C)
B
[When a malfunction occurs] Outlet oil temperature [Th-2] (C) ------ Not displayed on AKZJ
C
[When a malfunction occurs] Room temperature [Th-3] (C)
[When a malfunction occurs] Inlet oil temperature [Th-4] (C) -------D
Liquid temperature in the oil tank [Th-4] displayed on AKZJ (C)
E
[When a malfunction occurs] Discharge gas temperature [Th-8] (C)
F
[When a malfunction occurs] Condenser saturated temperature [Th-7] (C)
H
[When a malfunction occurs] EV valve outlet temperature [Th-6] (C)
J
[When a malfunction occurs] Inverter frequency command (rps)
L
[When a malfunction occurs] EV valve opening (pulse)
P
[When a malfunction occurs] Main circuit voltage (V)
U
[When a malfunction occurs] Main circuit current (A)
Y
[When a malfunction occurs] Cumulative compressor operating time (minute)

Malfunction reset (Note 1)


(Note 1) Normally, 0 is displayed. Setting this value to 77 makes it possible to reset the control CPU. (Basically, it
is recommended to clear the alarm through turning the power supply to the Oil Cooling Unit OFF and then
ON. Use this function only if the power supply to the Oil Cooling Unit cannot be turned OFF individually.

7 Troubleshooting
3-2. List of Malfunction Codes
Malfunction Malfunction
code
level

A6

Malfunction
DC fan stop

AA

Malfunction due to overheated heater

E1

System malfunction

E3

Malfunction due to high pressure or


condenser temperature

Malfunction decision condition

Troubleshooting
Flow Chart
(Reference page)

Actual fan revolution falls below 10 rpm while in fan revolution.

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For AKZ Series, the overheat prevention temperature switch reaches a temperature of 70C.
For AKZJ Series, the boil-dry prevention thermostat reaches a temperature of 105C.
Compressor ID No. (PC board jumper setting)
Parameter horsepower setting
The condenser temperature of 65C or more continues for
a period of 10 seconds.

72
73
74

High pressure exceeds 4.2 MPa (only for -C models).

E5

Malfunction due to discharge gas


temperature or overheated compressor

The discharge gas temperature exceeds A for a period of 10 seconds (*1).


The compressor head temperature exceeds 115C.

E6

Compressor lock at startup

E9

Malfunction of electronic expansion valve

The compressor revolutions are not detected at startup.


The malfunction is detected according to the EV valve
opening and EV valve outlet temperature.

EH

EJ

FE

FH

H1

J3

Actuation of pump overcurrent relay or


The pump current exceeds B (*2).
actuation of agitator inner thermostat
The pressure reaches 0.03 MPa (for -H units up to AKZ438/AKZJ458).
Actuation of boil-dry prevention switch of
The flow rate reaches 15 L/minute (for -H units up to AKZ568/AKZJ568).
actuation of optional safety devices
The safety device connected to X2M 12-13 activates. (Short-circuit)
Malfunction due to oil pressure (rise in
The pump outlet temperature exceeds 65C.
pump outlet temperature)
Rise in oil inlet temperature or rise in tank The oil inlet temperature exceeds 60C for a period of
liquid temperature
consecutive 60 seconds.
Malfunction of room temperature thermistor or
The thermistor makes a short circuit or contains a broken wire.
malfunction of machine body synchronization thermistor
Malfunction of discharge gas temperature thermistor The thermistor makes a short circuit or contains a broken wire.

J5

Malfunction of EV valve outlet temperature thermistor The thermistor makes a short circuit or contains a broken wire.

82

75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
82

J6

Malfunction of condenser temperature thermistor The thermistor makes a short circuit or contains a broken wire.

82

JE

82

JH

Malfunction of pump outlet temperature thermistor The thermistor makes a short circuit or contains a broken wire.
Malfunction of outlet oil temperature thermistor
The thermistor makes a short circuit or contains a broken wire.
or malfunction of inlet oil temperature thermistor

L0

Malfunction of inverter/compressor

Any of the malfunction codes L4, L5, L8, L9, and LA is displayed.

83

L4

Rise in radiation fin temperature

The temperature rises to 95C (up to 568 class) or 120C (on 908 class).

84

L5

Instantaneous overcurrent of power transistor The output overcurrent is input in the microcomputer.

85

L8

Compressor overload

The compressor output revolutions reach an abnormal level.

86

L9

Faulty compressor startup

The compressor does not smoothly rotate at startup.

87

LA

88

LC

Malfunction of power transistor


The microcomputer detects the malfunction of power transistor.
Malfunction of transmission between The transmission between the inverter microcomputer and
inverter CPU and temperature control CPU the temperature control microcomputer malfunctions.

P3

Malfunction of control box thermistor

The thermistor makes a short circuit or contains a broken wire.

82

P4

Malfunction of fin temperature thermistor

The thermistor makes a short circuit or contains a broken wire.

82

qCommand capacity 95%


Shortage of refrigerant
wCondenser temperature - EV valve outlet temperature 5C
qand w continues for a period of three minutes.
Reverse phase/open phase of power supply Reverse phase or open phase is detected in the power
or wire broken in fuse
supply circuit.
Malfunction due to power supply voltage
The power supply voltage drops below 170 V.
While in pair operation of master and slave units, data
Malfunction of transmission with slave unit
transmission with other system malfunctions.

82

89

U0

U1

U2

U9

UH

System-related failure

EEPROM causes a failure.

94

UJ

Actuation of external safety device

A short circuit occurs between the terminals of CN2 on the main PC board.

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Malfunction level 1 ... Pump OFF + Compressor OFF + Fan OFF


Malfunction level 2 ... Pump ON + Compressor OFF + Fan ON
*1: 117C: AKZ148/328 and AKZJ188/358 120C: All models other than those shown left.
*2: 2.5 A: AKZ148 to 438 3.6 A: AKZ568/908

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90
91
92
93

Troubleshooting

3-3. Troubleshooting Flow Chart


Control panel display

A6

DC Fan Stop

Applicable Models

AKZ148
AKZ328
AKZ438
AKZJ188
AKZJ358
AKZJ458

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Use revolutions detected with a


hall IC built in the fan motor.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the fan revolution falls


below 10 rpm.

Supposed Causes

Faulty connector connection


Faulty main PC board
Faulty fan motor
Surge in power supply
Noise from power supply
circuit

Troubleshooting

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Control panel display

AA

Malfunction due to Overheated Heater

Applicable Models

AKZ**8-H
AKZJ**8-H
(All models equipped with
heater)

Methods of Malfunction Detection

AKZ**8-H:
Detect by superheat prevention
temperature switch (S4B1)
AKZJ**8-H
Detected by boil-dry prevention
thermostat (S4B1 or S4B2)

Malfunction Decision Conditions

AKZ**8-H:
When the overheat prevention
temperature switch is actuated.
Actuating temperature: 70C
AKZJ**8-H:
When the boil-dry prevention
temperature switch is actuated.
Actuating temperature: 105C
(Resetting temperature: 99C)

Supposed Causes

Inadequate oil quantity refilled


Inadequate oil flow rate
Faulty wiring of pump
Faulty magnetic contactor
Stains adhering around heater
(only on AKZJ**8-H)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

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Troubleshooting

Control panel display

EI

Malfunction of System

Applicable Models

AKZ**8
AKZJ**8

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Check with microcomputer


whether or not E2PROM is
normal.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the combination of PC


board and compressor is not
normal.

Troubleshooting

Supposed Causes

Improper spare PC board


used for servicing

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Control panel display

E3

Malfunction due to High Pressure or Condenser Temperature

Applicable Models

1. Malfunction due to
condenser temperature
AKZ**8
(All series including -C models)
AKZJ**8
(All series including -C models)
2. Malfunction due to high
pressure
AKZ**8-C
AKZJ**8-C

Methods of Malfunction Detection

1. Detect with the condenser


temperature thermistor to be
located in the middle of the
condenser.
2. Detect the
presence/absence of
continuity with the high
pressure switch to be located
in the discharge pipe.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

1. When the condenser


temperature thermistor
detects a temperature in
excess of 65C.
2. When the high pressure
switch is actuated.
Actuating pressure: 4.1 MPa
(Resetting pressure: 3.2 MPa)

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Supposed Causes

Shield present around the


equipment
Dirty air filter
Room temperature too high
Oil inlet temperature too high
Faulty condenser temperature
thermistor
Faulty high pressure switch
Dirty or clogged condenser
Faulty fan
Short circuit of fan air
quantity

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Troubleshooting

Control panel display

E5

Malfunction due to Discharge Gas Temperature or


Overheated Compressor

Applicable Models

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

1. Malfunction due to discharge


gas temperature
AKZ**8
(All series including -C models)
AKZJ**8
(All series including -C models)
2. Malfunction due to
overheated compressor
AKZ**8-C
AKZJ**8-C

Methods of Malfunction Detection

1. Detect with the discharge


gas temperature thermistor.
2. Detect the compressor
protection thermostat.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

Troubleshooting

1. When the discharge gas


temperature thermistor detects
a temperature of the following.
AKZ(J)148 to 358: 117C
AKZ(J)438 to 908: 120C
2. When the compressor protection
thermostat is actuated.
Actuating temperature: 115C
Resetting temperature: 85C

Countermeasures

Supposed Causes

Shield present around the


equipment
Dirty air filter
Room temperature too high
Oil inlet temperature too high
Fa u l t y d i s c h a r g e g a s
temperature thermistor
Faulty compressor protection
thermostat
Inadequate refrigerant quantity
(including slow leakage)
Heat generated due to worn
compressor shaft
Faulty EV valve
Dirty or clogged condenser
Short circuit

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Control panel display

E6

Compressor Lock at Startup

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis
Replace the compressor.

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect according to compressor


revolutions at startup.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the compressor


revolutions are not detected.

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Supposed Causes

Compressor locked

Countermeasures

Troubleshooting

Control panel display

E9

Malfunction of Electronic Expansion Valve

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect the malfunction


according to the EV
valve opening and outlet
temperature.

When the EV valve outlet


temperature does not
rise to an adequate level
even through the EV valve
opening is increased.
When the EV valve outlet
temperature does not fall
to an adequate level even
though the EV valve opening
is decreased.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

Supposed Causes

Faulty EV valve coil


Faulty main PC board
Faulty mounting of EV valve
coil
Inadequate oil level

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Troubleshooting

7 Troubleshooting
Control panel display

EH

Actuation of Pump Overcurrent Relay or Agitator Inner


Thermostat

Applicable Models

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Methods of Malfunction Detection

qFor AKZ**8:
Detect with the pump motor
overcurrent relay (F1M).
wFor AKZJ**8:
Detect with the agitator inner
thermostat (S1B).

Supposed Causes

qFor AKZ series:


Erroneous pump wiring
Defective oil piping by
customer
Faulty oil pump
Incompatible viscosity of oil
used
wFor AKZJ series
Erroneous agitator wirings
Faulty agitator motor

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Malfunction Decision Conditions

qWhen the pump motor


overcurrent relay is actuated.
Actuating current for AKZ148
to 438: 2.5 A
Actuating current for AKZ568
and 908: 3.6 A
wWhen the agitator inner
thermostat contact is opened.
Actuating temperature: 135C

Countermeasures

Troubleshooting

Control panel display

EJ

Actuation of Boil-dry Prevention Switch or Optional Safety


devices

Applicable Models

qAKZ148- to 438-H
wAKZ568- and 908-H
eModels other than AKZ**8-H
and with optional safety
equipment mounted

Methods of Malfunction Detection

qAKZ148- to 438-H:
Detect with the boil-dry
prevention pressure switch
(S5P).
wAKZ568- and 908-H
Detect with the boil-dry
prevention flow switch
(S4PH).
eModels other than AKZ**8-H:
Detect with the optional
safety devices.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

Supposed Causes

Faulty main PC board


High path resistance of oil
piping
Faulty boil-dry prevention
pressure switch
Faulty boil-dry prevention
flow switch
High viscosity of oil used

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Troubleshooting

qAKZ148- to -438H:
Actuating (open) pressure:
0.03 MPa
wAKZ568- and 908-H:
Actuating (open) flow rate:
15 L/minute
eModels other than AKZ**8-H:
Actuating (open) pressure of
the optional safety devices.

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Control panel display

FE

Malfunction due to oil Pressure


(Rise in Pump Outlet Temperature)

Applicable Models

AKZ148 to 568

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect the malfunction with


the pump outlet temperature
thermistor (Th-10).

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the pump outlet


temperature exceeds 65C.

Supposed Causes

Closed oil piping system


Large pressure loss in oil
piping system
Faulty main PC board

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Troubleshooting

Control panel display

FH

Rise in Oil Inlet Temperature or Tank Liquid Temperature

Applicable Models

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Methods of Malfunction Detection

qAKZ**8:
Detect with the inlet oil
temperature thermistor (Th-4).
wAKZJ**8
Detect with the liquid
temperature thermistor (Th-4).

Countermeasures

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the inlet oil temperature


or the liquid temperature in the
tank exceeds 60C.

Faulty inlet oil temperature


thermistor
Improper model selection
Dirty air filter
Improper operation mode
Defective oil piping
Faulty main PC board

Troubleshooting

Supposed Causes

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Control panel display

HI,J3,J5,J6,
JE,JH,P3,P4

Malfunction of Thermistors

Applicable Models

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect malfunction according


to resistance detected with
thermistor.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the thermistor contains a


broken wire or short-circuited.

Supposed Causes

Faulty thermistor
Faulty main PC board
Faulty thermistor connection

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Troubleshooting

Control panel display

LO

Malfunction of Inverter/Compressor

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Any of the following malfunctions has occurred.

Methods of Malfunction Detection

: Rise in radiation fin temperature


: Instantaneous overcurrent of power
transistor
: Compressor overloaded
: Faulty compressor startup
: Malfunction of power transistor

While in service monitor mode (refer to page 69), check to


be sure the malfunction code and then take measures
according to the applicable Troubleshooting flow chart.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

Supposed Causes
Troubleshooting

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Control panel display

L4

Rise in Radiation Fin Temperature

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect with the fin temperature


ther mistor mounted on the
radiation fin.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the temperature detected


with the fin temperature
thermistor exceeds any of the
following values.
AKZ(J)148 to 568: 95C
AKZ(J)980: 120
(Retry: 10 times)

Supposed Causes

Faulty main PC board


Blocked ventilation opening
Dirty radiation fin
Ambient temperature too
high

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Troubleshooting

Control panel display

L5

Instantaneous Overcurrent of Power Transistor

Applicable Models

AKZ568 and 908


AKZJ568 and 908

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect according to current


passing through the power
transistor.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the output overcurrent


is input from the output
overcurrent detection circuit to
the microcomputer.

(Retry: 10 times)

Supposed Causes

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Troubleshooting

Faulty compressor coil


Overcurrent due to the stall
of compressor
Faulty power transistor
Noise to power supply line

7 Troubleshooting
Control panel display

L8

Compressor Overloaded

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect according to the output


revolutions of the compressor.

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Malfunction Decision Conditions

qWhen the revolutions are not


output
wWhen the revolutions reach
1/2 of the target revolutions
eWhen the revolutions
detected are too fast
(Retry: 10 times)

Supposed Causes

Compressor overloaded
Compressor mechanically
locked
Faulty main PC board
Faulty power supply voltage
(e.g. instantaneous power
failure or slow-down of
voltage
Noises present in the power
supply line
Lightning surge

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Troubleshooting

Control panel display

L9

Faulty Compressor Startup

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect according to the


compressor revolutions at
startup.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the compressor does not


rotate smoothly.
(Retry: 10 times)

Supposed Causes

Troubleshooting

Faulty pressure equalization


Faulty compressor wire
connections
Faulty compressor
(incomplete lock)
Faulty main PC board
Faulty EV valve

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Control panel display

LA

Instantaneous Overcurrent of Power Transistor

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect according to current


passing through the power
transistor.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the output overcurrent


is input from the output
overcurrent detection circuit to
the microcomputer.

(Retry: 10 times)

Supposed Causes

Faulty compressor coil


Overcurrent due to the stall
of compressor
Faulty power transistor
Noise to power supply line

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Troubleshooting

Control panel display

LC

Malfunction of Transmission between Inverter CPU and


Temperature Control CPU

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Methods of Malfunction Detection

(Retry: 20 times)

Supposed Causes

Troubleshooting

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the transmission is not


performed normally for a period
of given time or more.

Check communication
conditions between the
inverter microcomputer and
the temperature control
microcomputer

Countermeasures

Faulty main PC board


External noises or else

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Control panel display

U0

Shortage of Refrigerant

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect the condenser


temperature and the EV valve
outlet temperature and make
judgment of refrigerant quantity.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When q and w continue for


a period of 180 seconds.
qCommand capacity 95%
wCondenser temperature
EV valve outlet
temperature 5C

Supposed Causes

Shortage of refrigerant
Clogged refrigerant piping
Moisture choke
Broken piping

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Countermeasures

Troubleshooting

Control panel display

UI

Reverse Phase/Open Phase of Power Supply or


Broken Wire in Fuse

Applicable Models

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect each phase in power


supply phase detection circuit.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

qWhen reverse phase or open


phase is detected in the
power supply line.
wWhen any wire in the fuses
[FU1 to FU3] used in the
pump motor (on the AKZ
series) or the agitator motor
( o n t he A K Z J s er ie s ) is
broken.

Troubleshooting

Supposed Causes

Reverse phase in power


supply line
Open phase in power supply
line
Faulty main PC board
Overloaded operation of oil
pump
Short circuit or poor
insulation of oil pump coil
Short circuit or poor
insulation of agitator coil
Noises in power supply line

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Control panel display

U2

Malfunction due to Power Supply Voltage

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect according to voltages of


the inverter power supply DC
unit.

Supposed Causes

Inadequate power supply


voltage
Instantaneous power failure
Faulty main PC board

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Malfunction Decision Conditions

1. When an instantaneous
power failure occurs.
2. When the power supply
voltage drops below the
rating 90%.

Countermeasures

Troubleshooting

Control panel display

U9

Malfunction of Transmission with Slave Unit

Applicable Models

Master unit side of model using


the communication PC board
(option)

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the transmission


between the master unit and
the slave unit is not performed
normally for a period of given
time or more.

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Check with the microcomputer


whether or not the transmission
with the slave unit is normally
performed.

Supposed Causes
Troubleshooting

Faulty main PC board


Faulty connection in the
transmission line
Faulty communication PC
board
External noises or else

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Control panel display

UH

System-related failure

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 (All series)


AKZJ**8 (All series)

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis
Replace the
main PC board.

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Check with the microcomputer


whether or not E2PROM is
normal.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the E2PROM causes a


failure.

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Supposed Causes

Faulty main PC board


External noises or else

Countermeasures
(For replacement
procedure, refer to
page 112.)

Troubleshooting

Control panel display

UJ

Actuation of External Safety Device

Applicable Models

AKZ**8 or AKZJ**8, which are


connected to an external safety
device, respectively

Troubleshooting
Diagnosis

Countermeasures

Methods of Malfunction Detection

Detect open or short circuit


between terminals through the
CN2 terminal on the main PC
board.

Malfunction Decision Conditions

When the circuit between the


CN2 terminals becomes open.

Supposed Causes
Troubleshooting

Actuation of external safety


device
Faulty main PC board
Without mounting the
external safety device,
parameter setting mode is
enabled. (Set to any bit other
than 0 with parameter No.3.

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8 Removing Procedure
1 AKZ148 to 908

Procedure for Removing of


Outside Panel Block

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure
q Unscrew the two screws
that hold the front panel

Point

[AKZ148 to 438]
Top panel

and then remove it.


w Unfasten the screws to
rotate the air thermistor

Air thermistor retainer

retainer upward.
e Unscrew the four screws
that hold the top panel
and then remove it.
r Pull out the air filter
downward.

Right side
panel

Left side
panel

t Unscrew the eight screws


that hold the left side panel
and then lift this panel.
y Unscrew the eight screws
that hold the right side
panel to slide this panel
upward and then pull out it

Air filter
Front panel

sideward.
q Unscrew the two screws
that hold the front panel

[AKZ568 and 908]


Top panel

and then remove it.


w Unfasten the screws to
rotate the air thermistor

Switch box (lid)

retainer upward.

Air thermistor retainer

e Unscrew the five screws


that hold the top panel
and then remove it.
r Unscrew the two screws
that hold the switch box
(lid) and then remove it.
t Pull out the air filter
downward.
y Unscrew the 10 screws
that hold the left side panel
and then lift this panel.
u Unscrew the 12 screws
that hold the right side
panel to slide this panel
upward and then pull out it
sideward.
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Air filter
Front panel

Removing Procedure

Procedure for Removing of


Propeller Fan/Fan Motor

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point

[AKZ148 to 438]
Following the Procedure for
Removing of Outside Panel Block,
remove the top panel, left side

Bell mouth mounting plate


Motor base

panel, and right side panel.

Fan motor
Propeller fan

q Pull out the fan motor connector


from the main PC board.
w Unscrew the two screws that
hold the bell mouth mounting
plate fixing the fan motor to
remove this plate and then

Washer-based nut

pull out it to the front.


e Remove the
washer-based nut that
hold the propeller fan and
then remove the fan.

Bell mouth mounting plate


fixing screws

r Unscrew the four screws


that hold the fan motor
and then remove it.
q Pull out the fan motor
connector from the
inverter PC board.
w Unscrew the two screws
that hold the fan guide
fixing the fan motor to

[AKZ568 and 908]

Propeller fan
Hexagon socket
head screw

Fan guide

remove this guide and


Fan motor

Removing
Procedure

then pull out it to the front.


e Use a hexagonal wrench
to remove the propeller
fan.
r Unscrew the four screws
that hold the fan motor

Fan guide
fixing screw

and then remove it.

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8 Removing Procedure
Procedure for Removing of
Switch Box

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure
Following the Procedure
for Removing of Outside
Panel Block, remove the

[AKZ148 to 438]
Fixing screw

Point
Electrical component assembly
Fixing screw

to information in Main

and right side panel.

PC board replacement
procedure (on page 112).

q Remove each harness


from the electrical
component assembly.
w Unscrew the two fixing
screws that hold the
electrical component
assembly and then slide
this assembly to the left to
remove it.

component assembly.
w Unscrew the two fixing
screws that hold the
electrical component
assembly and then slide
this assembly to the left to
remove it.

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assembly, replace the


setting data referring

top panel, left side panel,

q Remove all harnesses


from the electrical

In order to replace the


electrical component

[AKZ568 and 908]

Electrical component assembly


Fixing screw

Fixing screw

Removing Procedure

Procedure for Removing of


PC Board (AKZ148 to 438)

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point

Following the Procedure


for Removing of Outside
Panel Block, remove the
top panel.

1. R e m o ve t h e c o n t r o l
panel.

q Disconnect the lead wire


connector (CN1) and then

CN1

pull out the lead wire.


w Push the two stoppers that
hold the control panel and
then remove the control
panel.
In order to replace the
main PC board, replace

2. Remove the main PC

Hook

board

to information in Main
PC board replacement

q Disconnect all harnesses


from the main PC board.
w Unscrew the four screws
that hold the radiation fin

the setting data referring

procedure (on page 112).


Main PC
board

and also one vibration


isolating screw.
e Unhook the four hooks
that hold the main PC
Hook

Removing
Procedure

board and remove this PC


board while peeling off the
radiation fin.

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8 Removing Procedure
Procedure for Removing of
PC Board (AKZ568 and 908)

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point

Following the Procedure


for Removing of Outside
Panel Block, remove the
top panel.

1. R e m o ve t h e c o n t r o l
panel.

q Disconnect the lead wire


connector (CN1) and then

CN1

pull out the lead wire.


w Push the two stoppers that
hold the control panel and
then remove the control
panel.
In order to replace the
main PC board, replace

2. Remove the main PC

the setting data referring

board

q Disconnect all harnesses


from the main PC board.
w Unscrew the four screws
that hold the radiation fin
and also one vibration
isolating screw.
e Unhook the four hooks
that hold the main PC
board and remove this PC
board while peeling off the
radiation fin.

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to information in Main
Hook

PC board replacement
procedure (on page 112).

Inverter
PC board

CAUTION
The inverter PC board cannot

Main PC
board

be removed individually. Be
sure to replace it by the set of

Hook

electrical component assembly.

Removing Procedure

Procedure for Removing


Oil Pump

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure
Following the Procedure
for Removing of Outside

Point
When the hose band
on the oilpump outlet is

[AKZ148 to 438]

unfastened, the large

Panel Block, remove the

amount (approx. 1 liter) of

top panel, left side panel,

oil flows out.

and right side panel.

Provide a contaimer to

Provide a container to
receive oil under the

receive it.

Evaporator

evaporator.
Oil inlet thermistor

q Unscrew the cone screw


that holds the oil inlet

Inlet socket
Container

thermistor.
w Unscrew the four screws
that hold the inlet socket.

Oil pump
(Inlet side)

e Unfasten the hose clamp


at the oil pump outlet.
r Unscrew the four screws
that hold the pump motor

Hose clamp
(Outlet side)

base.
t Remove the oil pump
while pulling out the inlet

[AKZ908]

and outlet hoses.

Evaporator
Removing
Procedure

Oil inlet thermistor


Inlet socket
Container
Oil pump

(Inlet side)
(Outlet side)

Hose clamp

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8 Removing Procedure
Procedure for Removing of
EV Valve / High Pressure Switch

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point
Before removing work,
be sure to recover the

Following the Procedure


for Removing of Outside

refrigerant.

Panel Block, remove the


top panel, left side panel,
and right side panel.

EV valve coil

Strainer

In order to replace the


EV valve main unit,
perform the pulse

Remove the EV valve.


q Recover the refrigerant
through the service port.

EV valve main unit


Brazed
sections

detection operation
with the EV valve fully
closed referring to the
Replacement procedure

w Pull out the EV valve coil


upward.

EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

e Remove the EV valve


outlet thermistor.

Thermistor fixing
spring

r Disconnect the two brazed


sections that hold the EV

(on page 113).


When mounting the EV
valve main unit, mount
the strainer without
fail. (For the mounting
direction, refer to Figure

valve main unit and then

on the left.)

remove it.

Remove the high


pressure switch.

Since the service port


is provided with a check

q Use two spanners to


remove the high pressure

valve, the high pressure

switch.

switch can be removed


without discharging the
refrigerant.
Service port

High pressure switch

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Removing Procedure

Procedure for Removing of


Compressor

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point
Before Removing work,
be sure to recover the

Following the Procedure


for Removing of Outside
Panel Block, remove the

Brazed sections

refrigerant.

top panel, left side panel,


and right side panel.
q Recover the refrigerant
through the service port.
w Disconnect the lead wire
from the compressor
terminal.

Compressor
lead wire

e Unscrew the three nuts


that hold the compressor.
r Disconnect the two brazed
sections that hold the
compressor and then
remove it.
Compressor mounting nut

Compressor terminal symbol


U(Red)
V

(Yellow)

(Brown)

W(Blue)

Removing
Procedure

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8 Removing Procedure
2 AKZJ188 to 908

Procedure for Removing of


Outside Panel Block

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure
q Unscrew the two screws
that hold the front panel

[AKZJ188 to 458]

Point
Top panel

and then remove it.


w Unfasten the screws to
rotate the air thermistor

Air thermistor retainer

retainer upward.
e Unscrew the four screws
that hold the top panel
and then remove it.
r Pull out the air filter
downward.

Right side
panel

Left side
panel

t Unscrew the eight screws


that hold the left side panel
and then lift this panel.
y Unscrew the eight screws
that hold the right side
panel to slide this panel

Air filter
Front panel

upward and then pull out it


sideward.
q Unscrew the two screws
that hold the front panel

[AKZJ568 and 908]

and then remove it.


w Unfasten the screws to
rotate the air thermistor

Switch box (lid)

retainer upward.

Air thermistor retainer

e Unscrew the five screws


that hold the top panel
and then remove it.
r Unscrew the two screws
that hold the switch box
(lid) and then remove it.
t Pull out the air filter
downward.
y Unscrew the 10 screws
that hold the left side panel
and then lift this panel.
u Unscrew the 12 screws
that hold the right side
panel to slide this panel
upward and then pull out it
sideward.
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Top panel

Air filter
Front panel

Removing Procedure

Procedure for Removing of


Propeller Fan/Fan Motor
Work Procedure
Following the Procedure

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Point

[AKZJ188 to 458]

for Removing of Outside


Panel Block, remove the
top panel, left side panel,

Bell mouth
mounting plate

Propeller fan

and right side panel.


q Pull out the fan motor
connector from the main

Motor base

Washerbased nut

Fan motor

PC board.
w Unscrew the two screws
that hold the bell mouth
mounting plate fixing the
fan motor to remove this
plate and then pull out it to
the front.
e Remove the
washer-based nut that

Bell mouth mounting


plate fixing screws

hold the propeller fan and


then remove the fan.
r Unscrew the four screws
that hold the fan motor
and then remove it.

q Pull out the fan motor


connector from the inverter

[AKZJ568 and 908]

PC board.

the fan motor to remove


this guide and then pull out

Removing
Procedure

w Unscrew the two screws


that hold the fan guide fixing

it to the front.
e Use a hexagonal wrench to
remove the propeller fan.

r Unscrew the four screws


that hold the fan motor and
then remove it.

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8 Removing Procedure
Procedure for Removing of
Switch Box

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure
Following the Procedure

for Removing of Outside


Panel Block, remove the

Point

[AKZJ188 to 458]
Fixing screw
Fixing screw

assembly, replace the


setting data referring

top panel, left side panel,


and right side panel.

Electrical component
assembly

q Remove each harness


from the electrical
component assembly.
w Unscrew the two fixing
screws that hold the
electrical component
assembly and then slide
this assembly to the left to
remove it.

q Remove all harnesses


from the electrical

[AKZJ568 and 908]

Fixing screw

Fixing screw

component assembly.
w Unscrew the two fixing
screws that hold the
electrical component
assembly and then slide
this assembly to the left to
remove it.

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In order to replace the


electrical component

Electrical component
assembly

to information in Main
PC board replacement
procedure (on page 112).

Removing Procedure

Procedure for Removing of


PC Board (AKZJ188 to 458)

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point

Following the Procedure

for Removing of Outside


Panel Block, remove the
top panel.

1. R e m o ve t h e c o n t r o l

In order to replace the


main PC board, replace

panel.
CN1

q Disconnect the lead wire


connector (CN1) and then

the setting data referring


to information in Main

pull out the lead wire.

Control panel

w Push the two stoppers that


hold the control panel and

PC board replacement
procedure (on page 112).

then remove the control


panel.

2. Remove the main PC

Hook

board.

q Disconnect all harnesses


from the main PC board.
w Unscrew the four screws
that hold the radiation fin

Main PC board

and also one vibration


isolating screw.
e Unhook the four hooks
that hold the main PC

Hook

Removing
Procedure

board and remove this PC


board while peeling off the
radiation fin.

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8 Removing Procedure
Procedure for Removing of
PC Board (AKZJ568 and 908)

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point

Following the Procedure

for Removing of Outside


Panel Block, remove the
top panel.

1. R e m o ve t h e c o n t r o l
panel.
CN1

q Disconnect the lead wire


connector (CN1) and then
pull out the lead wire.

Control panel

w Push the two stoppers that


hold the control panel and
then remove the control
panel.
In order to replace the
main PC board, replace

2. Remove the main PC

the setting data referring

board.

q Disconnect all harnesses


from the main PC board.
w Unscrew the four screws
that hold the radiation fin.
e Unhook the four hooks
that hold the main PC
board and remove this PC
board while peeling off the
radiation fin.

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Hook

to information in Main
PC board replacement
procedure (on page 112).

Inverter
PC board

CAUTION

Main PC board

The inverter PC board cannot


be removed individually. Be

Hook

sure to replace it by the set of


electrical component assembly.

Removing Procedure

Procedure for Removing of


EV Valve / High Pressure Switch

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point
Before removing work,
be sure to recover the

Following the Procedure

for Removing of Outside

refrigerant.

Panel Block, remove the


top panel, left side panel,
and right side panel.

Strainer

EV valve coil

In order to replace the


EV valve main unit,
perform the pulse

Remove the EV valve.


q Recover the refrigerant
through the service port.

EV valve main unit


Brazed
sections

detection operation
with the EV valve fully
closed referring to the
Replacement procedure

w Pull out the EV valve coil


upward.

EV valve outlet
temperature thermistor

e Remove the EV valve


outlet thermistor.

Thermistor
fixing spring

r Disconnect the two brazed


sections that hold the EV

(on page 113).


When mounting the EV
valve main unit, mount
the strainer without
fail. (For the mounting
direction, refer to Figure

valve main unit and then

on the left.)

remove it.

Remove the high


pressure switch.
Since the service port
is provided with a check

q Use two spanners to


remove the high pressure

valve, the high pressure

switch.

switch can be removed


without discharging the
Service port

refrigerant.
Removing
Procedure

High pressure switch

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8 Removing Procedure
Procedure for Removing of
Compressor

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure

Point
Before removing work,
be sure to recover the

Following the Procedure

for Removing of Outside

Brazed sections

Panel Block, remove the


top panel, left side panel,
and right side panel.
q Recover the refrigerant
through the service port.

Compressor
lead wire

w Disconnect the lead wire


from the compressor
terminal.
e Unscrew the three nuts
that hold the compressor.
r Disconnect the two brazed
sections that hold the
compressor and then
remove it.
Compressor
mounting nut

Compressor terminal symbol


U(Red)
V

(Yellow)

N
(Brown)

W(Blue)

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refrigerant.

Removing Procedure

Procedure for Removing of


Agitator Motor / Evaporator

WARNING
Before removing work, be sure
to turn OFF all power supplies.

Work Procedure
Following the Procedure

Point

[AKZJ188 to 458]

for Removing of Outside


Panel Block, remove the
top panel, left side panel,
and right side panel.

Agitator
motor

Remove the agitator


motor.
q Disconnect the motor
connector.
w Unscrew the one screw
that holds the agitator

Brazed
sections
Agitator
plate

plate and then remove it.


e Unscrew the four external
screws that hold the
agitator motor and then

Legs
Evaporator

remove it.

Remove the evaporator.

[AKZJ568 and 908]

q Place the equipment on


the worktable.
w Discharge the refrigerant
through the service port.
e Remove the two legs from
the bottom frame.

*1: Four brazed sections


on J568 and J908
models.
t Pull the evaporator
downward to remove it.

Removing
Procedure

r Disconnect the two brazed


sections (*1).

Agitator
motor

Brazed
sections
Legs

Agitator
plate

Evaporator

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9 Replacement Procedure

1 Procedure for Replacing Main PC Board

For the replacement of the main PC board, check to be sure the model name of the main unit of Oil Cooling Unit
corresponds to the applicable model of the PC board and then following the procedure shown below.

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Replacement Procedure

2 Procedure for Replacing EV Valve Main Unit

In order to replace the EV valve main unit, be sure to perform the pulse detection operation with the EV valve fully
closed. (The reason is that the pulse to fully close the EV valve varies.)
Replace the EV valve main unit according to the following procedure. (In order to only replace the EV valve coil, the
detection operation is not needed to perform.)

Replacement
Procedure

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10 Miscellaneous Reference Data

1 Thermistor Temperature/Resistance Characteristics

Figure and Table below show the characteristics of thermistors used in this Oil Cooling Unit.
In order to check the thermistors for troubleshooting, disconnect the connector to measure the resistance of the
thermistor concerned and then compare the measured resistance with the characteristic value.

Temperature (C)

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

Resistance (k)

67.33

40.38

31.69

25.08

20.00

16.07

13.01

10.60

8.69

7.17

5.95

4.97

4.17

Temperature (C)

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

120

125

130

Resistance (k)

3.51

2.98

2.54

2.17

1.86

1.61

1.39

1.21

1.06

0.92

0.81

0.72

0.63

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2 Refrigerant (R410A) Characteristics

Miscellaneous Reference Data

3 Procedure for Mounting Optional Parts

3-1. Machine Body Synchronization Thermistor/Optional Oil Temperature Thermistor


qSymbol and intended use by type
Mounting this optional part to the oil piping of the main machine makes it possible to detect and control the
temperature.

AKZ 8-OP-A5

AKZ 8-OP-Y5

AKZ 8-OP-Y10

AKZ 8-OP-A10

AKZ 8-OP-K10

AKZ 8-OP-K5

wMounting procedure

Miscellaneous
Reference Data

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10 Miscellaneous Reference Data


3-2. Communication PC Board (Option)
Mounting this communication PC board to the Oil Cooling Unit and then linking with the main machine enables the
following functions.
1. Operation modes and operation settings can be changed from the main machine.
2. Malfunction codes and temperature data (i.e., machine body temperature, room temperature, inlet oil temperature,
outlet oil temperature, temperature differential between inlet and outlet, and inverter frequency) can be read on
the main machine side.

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Preface
Thank you very much for usual patronage to Daikin products.
We have completed and pleased to present the Oil Cooling Unit (Model 8) Service Manual.
We at Daikin provide an extensive lineup of models to respond to high-accuracy
temperature control and needs for energy saving with the Oil Cooling Unit and appreciate
your further loyal patronage.
This Service Manual includes information on troubleshooting and a variety of services.
Please make use of the Service Manual for your servicing of the Oil Cooling Unit.

Name of information
Oil Cooling Unit
(Model 8)
Service Manual

Models listed

AKZ148 to 908
AKZJ188 to 908

Date of issue

June
2005

June 2005
After Sales Service Division

SiOCU05-001