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****** Page 1 ****** EN ‘*DOMETIC CLIMATE CONTROL HARRIER Harrier Lite HL36H401Rl, HL36H401RlY Harrier Plus HP36H401Rl, HP36H401RlY Air conditioning roof unit Installation Manual

****** Page 2 ****** 0 2020 Dometic Group. The visual appearance of the contents of this manual is protected by copyright and design law. The underlying technical design and the products contained herein may be protected by design, patent or be patent pending. The trademarks mentioned in this manual belong to Dometic Sweden AB. All rights are reserved.

****** Page 3 ****** Harrier series Explanation of symbols Original instructions Please read this instruction manual carefully before installation and start-up, and store it in a safe place. Ifyou pass on the device to another person, hand over this instruction manual along with it. Table of contents 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Explanation of symbols Safety and installation instructions Target group for this instruction manual Scope of delivery Accessories Intended use Labels Installation Technical data 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 23 O EN Explanation of symbols DANGER! Safety instruction: Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. WARNING! Safety instruction: Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION! Safety instruction: Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. NOTICE! Indicates a situation that, if not avoided, can result in property damage. NOTE Supplementary information for operating the product. 3

****** Page 4 ****** Safety and installation instructions Harrier series 2 2.1 4 Safety and installation instructions Please observe the prescribed safety instructions and stipulations from the vehicle manufacturer and service workshops. The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage in the following cases: Faulty assembly or connection Damage to the product resulting from mechanical influences and incorrect connection voltage Alterations to the product without express permission from the manufacturer Use for purposes other than those described in the operating manual Handling the device WARNING! Installation and repair of the roof air conditioner may only be carried out by qualified personnel who are familiar with the risks involved and the relevant regulations. Inadequate repairs may cause serious hazards. For repair ser- vice, please contact the service centre in your country (add resses on the back page). Electrical devices are not toys. Keep electrical devices out of reach of children or infirm persons. Do not allow them to use electrical devices without supervision. Persons whose physical, sensory or mental capabilities or whose lack of experience and knowledge prevent them from using the device safely should not use it without supervision or instruction by a responsible person. Do not undo the upper cover of the roof air conditioner in the event ofa fire. Use approved extinguishing agents instead. Do not use water to extinguish fires. CAUTION! The roof air conditioner must be installed securely so that it cannot fall down. Only operate the roof air conditioner if you are certain that the housing and the cables are not damaged. Do not use the roof air conditioner near flammable fluids or in closed rooms. Make sure no combustible objects are stored or installed near the air outlet. A distance of at least 50 cm must be kept. • Do not reach into air outlets or insert any foreign objects in the device. NOTICE! Only use the device as intended. The roof air conditioner is not suitable for use in agricultural or construction vehicles. EN

****** Page 5 ****** Harrier series Target group for this instruction manual 2.2 O 3 EN • Do not make any alterations or conversions to the device. Never drive through automatic car washes when the roof air conditioner is mounted. If faults occur in the refrigerant circuit, the system must be checked by a spe- Cialist company and repaired properly. The refrigerant must never be released into the air. NOTE Please ask your vehicle manufacturer ifa technical inspection is required after fitting an air conditioner and whether the height entered in the vehicle docu- ments needs to be altered: Harrier Lite: increased height 240 mm Harrier Plus: increased height 280 mm Handling electrical cables WARNING! The electrical power supply may only be connected by a qualified electrician. The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regula- tions. CAUTION! Attach and lay the cables so that they cannot be tripped over or damaged. NOTICE! Use cable ducts to lay cables through walls with sharp edges. Do not lay loose or bent cables next to electrically conductive materials (metal). • Do not pull on the cables. Target group for this instruction manual The instructions in this manual are intended for qualified personnel at workshops who are familiar with the guidelines and safety precautions to be applied. 5

****** Page 6 ****** Scope of delivery 4 5 6 Scope of delivery 2 3 4 No. in fig. n 2 3 4 5 6 8 5 6 Quantity Description 5 3 4 Roof air conditioner Roof plate Air distribution box (ADB) ADB centre cover Duct sections Cable connectors Fastening bolts Remote control Accessories Available as accessories (not included in the scope of delivery): Description Extension duct sections (each section covers additional 10 mm) Longer fastening bolts (for 80 — 120 mm roof thicknesses) Harrier series 7 8 fifi Ref. no. 4450017931 4450012023 EN

****** Page 7 ****** Harrier series Intended use Intended use 7 EN The Harrier series air conditioner are designed for installation on the roof of a caravan or recreational vehicle to provide reverse cycle heating and cooling. The device is intended for vehicles with roofs that are from 30 to 100 mm thick. The device must be installed so that it is within ±100 of the horizontal plane. It is not suitable for houses and apartments. The roof air conditioner is not suitable for installation in construction machines, agricultural machines or similar equipment. It will not work properly if exposed to strong vibrations. The function of the roof air conditioner is guaranteed for temperatures between -2 oc and 52 oc. NOTE You can find additional information on roof air conditioners in the operating manual, such as the technical description or the controls. Labels Product data label location on rooftop unit ADB data label inside the ADB centre cover Labels are attached to the Harrier series roof air conditioners. These labels provide the user and fitter with information on specifications of the device. The roof air conditioner label is located on the side ofthe electronics box and can be seen through the side vent. The ADB label is located inside the centre cover. 7

****** Page 8 ****** Installation Installation CAUTION! Beware of injury Harrier series o 8 The roof air conditioner may only be installed by qualified personnel. The fol- lowing information is intended for technicians who are familiar with the guide- lines and safety precautions to be applied. Note on installation Read this installation manual completely before installing the roof air conditioner. The following tips and instructions must be observed while installing the roof air conditioner: DANGER! Danger of electrocution Disconnect all power supplies when working on the roof air conditioner. CAUTION! Beware of injury • Improper installation of the roof air conditioner can result in irreparable damage to the device and put the safety of the user at risk. The manufacturer assumes no liability for malfunctions and for the safety of the roof air conditioner, especially for injury and/or damage to property, if the roof air conditioner is not fitted in accordance with these installation instructions. Always wear the recommended protective clothing (e.g. protective gog- gles, gloves). NOTICE! Beware of damage Observe the structural engineering of the vehicle and seal of all openings made when installing the roof air conditioner. Check whether the roof of the vehicle is able to support the weig ht ofa per- son before climbing onto it. Ask the vehicle manufacturer about the permis- Sible roof loads. EN

****** Page 9 ****** Harrier series Installation 8.1.1 8.1.2 EN Note on transport B c Pay attention to the orientation of the up arrows on the carton. Do not install the unit if it has been upside down for any period of time (fig. A Always have someone help you carry the roof air conditioner. Always lift the roof air conditioner to move it and never drag it over the roof (fig. • Do not use the ventilation slots to lift it (fig. Note on installation location Before installing the roof air conditioner, check whether any vehicle compo- nents could be damaged by the installation of the roof air conditioner (such as lamps, cupboards, doors). Before installation, find out (by consulting the manufacturer of the vehicle) whether the construction is designed for the static weight and the loads of the air conditioner when the vehicle is in motion. The manufacturer ofthe roof air conditioner assumes no liability whatsoever. The vehicle manufacturer may have already provided points where the open- ing for the installation ofthe roof air conditioner can be made without any risk of weakening the construction or cutting power cables. Select a flat and sufficiently level area at the centre of the vehicle roof between two longitudinal sections for installation. The roof inclination of the installation surface may not exceed 100. 9

****** Page 10 ****** Installation 8.1.3 10 Harrier series Make sure no combustible objects are stored or installed near the air outlet. A distance of at least 50 cm should be kept. Make sure that there are no objects within the vehicle which could obstruct the attachment ofthe air outlet unit or the cooled air from flowing through the swivelling air distribution nozzles. For safety reasons, note the location of existing wiring harnesses, wires and other components within the installation area, in particular those which are not visible, when installing the roof air conditioner (when drilling or screwing etc.). Note on electrical system Only a qualified electrician should connect the roof air conditioner to the electrical power. Check that the voltage specification on the type plate is the same as that of the power supply. Do not lay cables which are loose or bent next to electrically conductive material (metal). Install an all-pole switch with a contact opening width of at least 3 mm on the installation side. Ensure that the mains voltage supply has a residual current circuit breaker. Make sure that the grounding cable ofthe air conditioner is connected to the vehicle’s grounding system. There are two ways of installing the roof air conditioner: Making a new opening (chapter “Making a new opening” on page 11). In this case the opening must be reinforced by an appropriate frame. Using an existing opening in the vehicle such as a roof hatch or replacing an old air conditioner (chapter “Installing in an existing opening” on page 13). EN

****** Page 11 ****** Harrier series 8.2 O EN Making a new opening Harrier Lite 30 50 04 85 10 Harrier Plus 45 65 85 10 See fig• 0400 0360 360 579 0400 360 0400 360 579 997 1070 567 587 94 114 625 645 94 114 Installation 665 518 750 518 O Select an area at the centre on the roof between two longitudinal supports. NOTICE! For thinner roof thicknesses (25 — 30 mm), it is possible to fit the unit, however a 400 x 400 mm opening should be used to ensure adequate return airflow. O Mark the position and size of the opening (preferably 400 x 400 mm or optionally 360 x 360 mm).

****** Page 12 ****** Installation See fig• O Drill out the corners (A). Harrier series O Carefully cut out the opening on the roof using a keyhole saw or a similar tool (B). O Make sure no electrical power cables are damaged. B 2. See fig• a O Before installation, check whether the roof hole needs reinforcing. O If needed, remove the foam according to the width of your reinforcing rails (not in scope of delivery) (A). O Fit the reinforcing rails (B). O If needed, fit a suitable H-frame to provide reinforcement to the roof. 12 EN

****** Page 13 ****** Harrier series Installation 8.3 EN Installing in an existing opening NOTE • Existing roof hatch openings in accordance with fig. are suitable for installing the roof air conditioner. Dispose of all waste material, glue, silicone and seals separately. Observe the disposal guidelines. The manufacturer only assumes liability for parts included in the scope of delivery. The validity of the warranty expires if the device is installed together with third-party parts. See fig. O Remove all screws and fixtures of the existing roof hatch or air conditioner. O Take out the roof hatch or air conditioner. See fig, O Remove the sealant around the opening using a scraper or similar tool. 13

****** Page 14 ****** Installation o 8.4 14 Harrier series 10 See fig. NOTICE! Observe the sealant manufacturer’s instructions. O Seal the screw holes and recesses with a flexible non-hardening butyl sealing compound (e.g. SikaLastomer-710, Selleys Butyl Mastic, Bostik ezycaulk butyl sealant, or similar products). Laying the connecting cables DANGER! Danger of electrocution Make sure there is no voltage at electrically operated components before car- rying out work on them! The roof air conditioner must be connected to an electric circuit which is able to supply the required current (see Technical data in Operating Manual). O Select the cross-section of the cable corresponding to the length: Length 7.5 m: 2.5 rnm2 EN

****** Page 15 ****** Harrier series 11 See fig, Installation 8.5 EN O Make an opening on one side in order to feed through the electrical power supply cable. O Feed the 240 cable through the opening into the vehicle interior. Installing the roof air conditioner ADB NOTICE! Risk of damage Observe the structural strength of the roof of the vehicle. The roof of the vehicle must be able to bear the weight of the roof air conditioner. The roof must not be indented or deformed by the weight of the unit, even over a longer period of time. See fig• O Orientate roof frame based on opening size. O Fit the roof frame into the roof opening O Seal around the roof frame with flexible non-hardening butyl sealing com- pound (e.g. SikaLastomer-710, Selleys Butyl Mastic, Bostik ezycaulk butyl sealant, or similar products). 15

****** Page 16 ****** Installation 13 See fig• O Lift the roof air conditioner onto the roof of the vehicle. Harrier series O Position the roofair conditioner onto the roof plate and align into the groove in the base pan. Observe the direction of travel. 16 EN

****** Page 17 ****** Harrier series 8.5.1 Attaching the roof air conditioner 14 See fig• Installation O Use the corners ofthe front ofthe base pan to help align the unit with the roof plate. EN

****** Page 18 ****** Installation 8.5.2 Electrical connection 15 Item 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 bn bu gn rd wh bk 18 o RTI 10 o CN2 11 o RT3 12 RT4 13 LXI CN3 ye/gn 9 Description 220- mains Evaporator plate Communication wire Heatsink metal net Condenser plate Reversing valve I nverter com pressor Fan evaporator Fan condenser Out air sensor Evaporator sensor Condenser sensor Discharge sensor Inductor yellow brown blue green violet red white black CNI CN4 bk ye/gn 8 LX2 v wh bn bu AC-L AC-N PE CN5 COMU rd ye/gn 7 6 Harrier series ye/gn 2 3 4 ye/gn 5 EN

****** Page 19 ****** Harrier series Installation 3 16 2. 3. See fig• Mains cable 2 1 8.5.3 EN O Connect the roof air conditioner with the mains voltage supply. Connect the cables (1) to a cable connector (2). 19

****** Page 20 ****** Installation 805.4 20 Harrier series Communication cable O Pull out the filter slightly to create a gap for the communication cable (3). O Feed the communication cable through the gap and locate the wire in the opening. 17 See fig. O Stack the duct sections and place against the roof thickness: the duct height should match the roof height. Or use the below table as a guide: Number of duct sections Roof thickness 25 — 28 mm 28 38 mm 38 — 48 mm 48 58 mm 58 68 mm NOTE Harrier Light I (See NOTICE on page II) 2 3 4 5 Number of duct sections Harrier Plus 2 (See NOTICE on page II) 3 4 5 6 (extra duct section must be ordered) Additional duct sections can be purchased for thicker roofs. O Attach the required number ofduct sections on the ADB. EN

****** Page 21 ****** Harrier series Installation Q) 8.5.5 EN C] Fasten the ADB to the ceiling through to the roof air conditioner with the 4 bolts supplied. 18 (D 2.5±0.3 Nm See fig• NOTICE! Risk of damage Tighten to the specified torque. Do not overtighten! O Tighten the screws using a torque spanner and a fastening torque of 2.5 Nm ±0.3 Nm. Communication cable O Connect the communication 4 pin plug into the socket on the side of the display (2) in the ADB. O Ensure the cable is located into the small opening away from the filter area. O Secure excess cable into the holders. O Push the filter back fully in. 21

****** Page 22 ****** Installation 19 click See fig. O Clip the centre cover to the ADB. Harrier series click The installation is now completed. Connect to the power and test. 22 EN

****** Page 23 ****** Harrier series Technical data Technical data Contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Hermetically sealed equipment. Harrier Lite HL36H401Rl, HL36H401RlY Harrier Plus 1+361-1401 RI, HP36H401RlY Compressor cooling capacity: Cooling capacity based on ISO 5151 : Heating capacity based on ISO 5151 : Rated input voltage: Rated current cooling: Rated current heating Required fuse: Operating temperature range: Refrigerant: Refrigerant quantity: C02 equivalent: Global warming potential (GWP): Protection class (outdoor unit): Suggested max. vehicle length (with insulated walls): Dimensions L x W x H (height above vehicle roof): Weight: Inspection/certification: EN 3600 w 2413 w 2421 w 220 v-.v to 240 50 Hz 3028 w 3017 w 6.9A 5.9 A 7.5 A 6.1 A 0.650 kg 1.357 t IOA -2 oc to +52 oc R-41 OA 0.750 kg I .566 t 2088 IPX4 997 x 665 x 240 mm 37 kg 1070x750x 280 mm 44 kg 23

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