Mitsubishi M- & P-Series Installation and Service Essentials – $240pp

Date

Mar 06 - 07 2024

Time

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location

Modesto, CA
301 9th Street Modesto, CA 95351

Cost

$240.00
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2-day class. In-depth discussion of the techniques associated with properly installing an M- or P-Series system. Focuses on best practices, limitations, and manufacturer’s requirements as they pertain to wiring, addressing, refrigerant piping, equipment installation, and refrigerant charge. Day 2 focuses on the service and troubleshooting of M- and P-Series systems. The concepts and theories of M- and P-Series operation including electrical and refrigerant circuits are covered in detail. The resources and techniques to troubleshoot M- and P-Series systems are discussed and reinforced with practical hands-on exercises.

Class Info & Requirements

Target Audience
Installers and Service Technicians

Instructor

Brian Groom,
Technical Support Manager,
CFM Equipment Distributors 

Education Credits
IACET: 0.08 CEUs each day
NATE: 14 hours total

Classroom Requirements
• Laptop computer or Internet
accessible device
• Closed-toe shoes
• Long Pants (no shorts)

Day 1 - INSTALLATION ESSENTIALS

Course Description
Provide an in-depth discussion of the techniques associated with properly installing a M- or P-Series system. Instruction focuses on best practices, limitations, and manufacturer’s requirements as they pertain to wiring, addressing, refrigerant piping, equipment installation, and refrigerant charge.

Objectives
• Review the 6-step installation process including refrigerant charge, DIP switches, and jumper settings.
• Explain system start-up, warranty terms, and product registration procedures.
• Discuss the operation and functionality of M- and P-Series control options.
• Create a project using

Day 2 - INSTALLATION ESSENTIALS

Course Description
Focuses on the service and troubleshooting of M- and P-Series systems. The concepts and theories of M- and P-Series operation including electrical and refrigerant circuits are covered in detail. the resources and
techniques to troubleshoot M- and P-Series systems are discussed and reinforced with practical hands-on exercises.

Objectives
• Explain the steps to perform preventive maintenance on system components.
• Review component technology and system operation.
• Discuss electrical operation and refrigerant flow paths.
• Examine the use of mode recall, fault codes, test point diagrams, service tools, and controllers to troubleshoot system operation.
• Review the 6-step installation process including refrigerant charge, DIP switches, and jumper settings.
• Explain system start-up, warranty terms, and product registration procedures.
• Discuss the operation and functionality of M- and P-Series control options.
• Create a project using

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