Mitsubishi SC-SL2NA-E Specifications

Manual No.'13•SC-T-192
updated May 17 ,2013
TECHNICAL MANUAL
AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL SYSTEM
CENTRAL CONTROL
SC-SL4-AE
SC-SL4-BE
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CONTENTS
1.SPECIFICATIONS...............................................................................................2
2.OPERATION AND SETTING . ............................................................................3
3.CONTROL SELECTION SETTING......................................................................4
4.STATUS MONITOR.............................................................................................5
5.SCHEDULE SETTING.........................................................................................5
6.MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL........................................................................5
7.WEB MONITERING FUNCTION..........................................................................7
8.EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS..................................................................................8
9.INSTALLATION WORK.......................................................................................9
10.ELECTRIC WORK.............................................................................................10
11.ACCOUNTING CALCULATION........................................................................12
12.TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................................................................31
13.CONNECTION EXAMPLE.................................................................................34
14.ID AND PASSWORD.........................................................................................35
■Number of units in combinations of SC-SL1N-E, SC-SL2NA-E and SC-SL4-AE, BE
(per system)
٨In case of new SL (Super Link)
SC-SL4-AE, BE
SC-SL2NA-E
1
1
SC-SL1N-E
2
3
8
2
5~8
4
4
0
0
1
2
3
8
4
4
5~8
0
٨In case of previous SL
SC-SL4-AE, BE
SC-SL2NA-E
1
1
1 (˜3)(1)
0
0
3 (˜3)(1)
SC-SL1N-E
Notes (1) In case of previous SL, since SC-SL4-AE, BE is for connection of 3 Super Link systems, one unit of SC-SL2NA-E,SC-SL1N-E can be
connected to each system.
(2) Number of units in combination as shown above is applicable to when the indoor units being controlled by each central control are not
duplicated. When controlling the same indoor units with a plural number of central controls, it may affect the allowable number of
indoor units for connection. For further details, please consult your dealr.
■Check indicator table
SL1N-E
SL2NA-E
SL4-AE, BE
Error code Red LED
Keeps flashing
Indoor unit control PCB
Outdoor unit control PCB
Red LED
Green LED
Red LED
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Location of
trouble
Description of trouble
Repair method
Green LED
SL1N-E
Keeps flashing SL2NA-E
SL4-AE, BE
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• Communication error (Defective communication circuit on the main unit of
SL1N-E, SL2NA-E or SL4-E)
Replacement
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
Description
CENTRAL CONTROL SC-SL4-AE
CENTRAL CONTROL SC-SL4-BE
Model name
SC-SL4-AE
SC-SL4-BE
Applicable model
Super Link compatible indoor unit
(1)
Ambient temperature at operation
0 ~ 40˚C
Power supply
1 phase 100 V, 200 ~ 240 V 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
9W
External dimensions (H×W×D)
172mm×250mm×(23+70)mm (2)
Net weight
2kg
LCD touch panel
(5) (6)
Max. number of
connectable indoor units
Super Link input
Color LCD, 9 inch wide
New SL: Max. 128 units×1 network,
Previous SL: Max. 48 units˜3 networks = Max. 144 units
New SL: 1 network, Previous SL: 3 networks
Gas, power pulse input (3)
Input
8 points, pulse width 100 ms or more
Emergency stop signal input (3)
1 point, Non-voltage contact point “a” input, Continuous input
(Open /Close: Stop & Center)
Demand signal input (3)
2 point, Non-voltage contact point “a” input, Continuous input
(Open /Close Demand control)
Operation output
1 point, Maximum rated current 40 mA. DC24V
All indoor units at stop: Open, If there is any unit operating: Close
Error output
1 point, Maximum rated current 40 mA. DC24V
All indoor units at normal: Close, If there is any error unit: open (7)
Output
Selection of language
English or Spanish can be selected as the default language.
If a language is edited/registered beforehand,
one of major European languages can be used on the display. (9)
Notes (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Some of the new functions cannnot be used depending on the indoor unit model.
70 indicates embedded portion in the wall.
The receiving side power supply is DC12V (10 mA).
When the energy consumption calculation is required, use SC-SL4-BE.
The life of LCD backlight is around 80,000 hours.
Durability of touch panel is around 10 million times.
On the “Function Setting” screen, it is possible to change the batch error output to normally Open and Close at error occurrence.
The energy consumption calculated by this unit does not conform to OIML, and there are no guarantees concerning the results of the calulations.
This unit calculates only energy consumption distribution (electric power).
You need to calulate the air-conditioning rates.
(9) For the editing software and contents, refer to the Technical manual ’10 • SC-T-152 or -153.
Fig.1 Appearance
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2. OPERATION AND SETTING
Operation and setting is implemented in group or in a batch for the maximum 128 groups (144 for previous SL).
No.
Item
Description
1
RUN/STOP
Performs operation or stop control.
2
Operation mode
Sets
3
Temperature setting
Sets temperature in the range of 18 ~ 30˚C (0.5˚C interval ) (2)
4
Lock/Unlock settings enabled in
Function Setting of remote controller.
Sets the permission/prohibition based on remote controller function.
Sets the permission/prohibition for RUN/STOP control, operation mode setting,
temperature setting or respective functions. (3)
5
Fan speed
Sets 4th (4), 3rd, 2nd, 1st, Auto speed.
6
Fan direction
Sets the auto swing ON/OFF and positions 1 ~ 4.
7
Filter reset
Controls the filter sign reset.
8
Error reset
Puts out the errer sign with the RUN or STOP operation.
Auto (1),
Cool,
Dry,
Fan or
Heat.
Notes (1) Don’t use the auto mode on any indoor unit other than those connected to the simultaneous heating & cooling 3-pipe system or single.
(2) Do not set the set point at 0.5˚C intervals in case this product is used with RCD type wired remote control.
It would cause malfunction of the wired remote control. Please make sure to set at 1˚C intervals.
(3) This function can be applied to the indoor units, which are the model KXE4 or later, SC-ADN-E or later and to the remote control, which is the model
RC-E1 or later.
(For models earlier than the above-mentioned, the function becomes invalid because the indoor unit and remote control cannot receive the instruction
even though the setting can be displayed.)
Since setting is overwritten in SL4-AE (SL4-BE) even if setting is done from the remote control, set using SL4-AE (SL4-BE).
However, “ALL Lock” and “ALL Unlock” can be set for old indoor models. (Same to “Center” or “Center & Remote”)
(4) This function becomes valid only in combination with the indoor unit model KXE6D or newer and SC-ADNA-E or newer.
For the previous indoor units, it is not possible to set the 4th fan mode, but other setting is possible as before.
4th fan speed setting is “invalid” by factory default, so it is necessary to change the setting “Valid” in advance in order to perform 4th fan speed setting
with the central control.
When indoor unit is operating at 4th fan speed, the fan speed mode displayed on SL4-AE (SL4-BE) shows the 4th fan mode even though its setting is
“Invalid”. (Changing the 4th fan speed setting “Valid” or “Invalid” can be done with “FUNCTION SETTING” screen on SL4-AE (SL4-BE).)
To make the 4th fan speed operation “Able”, indoor unit model KXE6D or newer, SC-ADNA-E or newer are required.
Definitions of new and previous Super Links (new and previous SL)
New Super Link (new SL): All units connected to the network are models compatible with New Super Link
(KXE6 model or later models. Central control and I/F are from “N” models.) and
SL setting is unchanged from shipment (“New” or “AUTO”).
Previous Super Link (previous SL): Units do not meet the conditions of New SL. When even a single unit connected to
the network is an earlier model than KXE4 or the connected model is not compatible
with new SL.
Use the “Function setting” screen of main unit to set new or previous Super Link (new or previous SL).
When the connecting network consists of previous Super Link, it is necessary to change the selection.
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3. CONTROL SELECTION SETTING
It is possible to change the setting as follows by setting on the “Function Setting”
No.
Item
Description
1
Backlight timeout time
Time from the last operation on the touch panel until the monitor backlight turns
OFF can be selected.
2
Brightness
Brightness for the monitor backlight can be selected.
3
SL mode
Sets new or previous Super Link.
4
Auto mode setting
“
5
Remote control Permission/
Prohibition setting
In case of managing with two or more central control, it is possible to prohibit the
validity or invalidity of the manual remote control operation from SL4-AE (SL4BE) so as not to contradict the remote control operation permission/prohibition
setting. At prohibition setting, remote control function permission/prohibition setting is also invalid.
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Remote control function
Permission/prohibition setting
It is possible to invalid permission/prohibition setting of the remote control function can be prohibited from SL4-AE (SL4-BE).
If this item be set “Invalid”, it can not be set remote control function permission/prohibition setting and can be set “ALL Lock” (Center) or “ALL unlock”
(Center & Remote) only.
7
Remote control timer setting
It is possible to invalid timer setting of the remote control.
8
Folder name specification
It is possible to specify the folder to transfer the calulated data to USB memory.
(SL4-BE only)
9
Error output
It is possible to choose “Closed” or “Open” status for error output during normal
operation of air conditioning unit.
10
(Fan)Powerful Mode
“Powerful” mode can be set or not.
11
Auto Fan Speed
This setting is used to valid/invalid the Auto Mode.
12
Temp. Indication
This selects Fahrenheit or Celsius for the temperature display.
13
Upper/Lower Temperature Limit Setting
Used to set the lower temperature limit to 16-18 ℃ and the higher temperature limit
to 30-35 ℃ for the cooling mode and the lower temperature limit to 10-18 ℃ for
the heating mode.
14
Security Lock Setting
Used to valid/invalid the Security Lock. The password is required to turn on the
backlight which is turned off when the Security Lock is valid.
15
Language Setting
Used to select the display language. Also, users can import language data from a
USB memory device.
16
Demand & Emergency Stop Setting
You can invalid or valid schedule adjustment at the release of emergency stop or
demand operation, and valid or invalid running of the schedule during the demand
operation
Auto” mode can be set or not.
Fig.2 Display example1
Fig.3 Display example2
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4. STATUS MONITOR
Status monitor can be applied in the unit of block, group or air-conditioner.
No.
Item
Description
1
RUN/STOP status
It displays “RUN” if any units are running or displays “STOP” if all units are
stopped.
2
Operation mode
Displays the operation mode of the representative air-conditioner.
3
Temperature setting
Displays the temperature setting of the representative air-conditioner.
4
Room temperature
Displays the suction temperature of the representative air-conditioner.
5
Lock/Unlock setting of remote control
Displays the status of permission/prohibition setting for remote controller of the
representative air-conditioner. Permission/prohibition setting for each function, as
set from the remote controller is not reflected because it is overwitten from SL4-AE
(SL4-BE).
6
Fan speed
Displays the fan speed of the representative air-conditioner.
7
Fan direction
Displays the auto swing ON/OFF setting and position setting of the representative
air-conditioner.
8
Filter sign
When the filter cleaning time is exceeded on one or more indoor units, the filter sign
icon is turned on. When it corresponds to the unit No. on display, the icon blinks.
Maintenance
(Inspection, Inspection 1, Inspection 2 and
Backup)
When there is one or more indoor units requiring maintenance, the maitenance
icon is turned on. There are 4 types of operation of Inspection, Inspection 1, Inspection 2 and Backup.
Preference order of display is as shown below.
Backup > Inspection 1 > Inspection 2 > Inspection
It is possible to confirm on the monitor screen which maintenance has been generated.
Error
When any error is detected on one or more controlled indoor units, the error icon
is tumed on.
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5. SCHEDULE SETTING
This schedule can be set by each group every one minute.
It is possible to register the RUN/STOP time, operation mode, remote controller Lock/Unlock setting, temperature setting at 16
times a day.(*)
(*) e.q
① 7:50
② 9:40
③10:00
…
⑯23:00
RUN/STOP:RUN
RUN/STOP:STOP
RUN/STOP:RUN
Lock/Unlock:–
Lock/Unlock:ALL Lock
Lock/Unlock:ALL Unlock
Operation mode:Cool Set temp.:25℃
Operation mode:– Set temp.:–
Operation mode:– Set temp.:–
RUN/STOP:STOP
Lock/Unlock:ALL Lock
Operation mode:– Set temp.:–
6. MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
No.
Item
Description
Block definition
Sets the block name and constituting groups. Groups for the block registration
need to be registered with the group definition beforehand. Any groups not set for
blocks are not fit to the detail setting or status display from the all blocks display.
Initially, all blocks is not defined.
● Max. number of blocks is 16 blocks; max. number of groups per block is 9 groups.
Max. number of charcters in a block name is 16 charcters.
2
Group definition
Sets the group name and constituting air-conditioners (max. 16 units/group), representative air-conditioner, setting or non-setting air-conditioners for batch control
and demand control. Any air-conditioners not set to a group are excluded from the
control of SL4-AE (SL4-BE). Initially, one air-conditioner is allotted to one group
and the air-conditioner address No. is assigned to the group name.
● Max. number of groups is 144 groups; max. number of air-conditioners per
group is 16 air-conditioners.
● Max. number of charcters in a group name is 16 charcters.
3
Unit definition (1)
Sets the calculation type and capacity of air-conditioners connected to this unit.
4
Time and date setting
Sets the clock (Hour (24-hour basis)/minute/date/month/year) used for schedule, etc.
5
Alarm history
Displays a maximum of 300 cases for the history of error occurrence and restoration in the unit of air-conditioner. This is erased if the power is turned off after restoring the power supply.
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No.
Item
Description
(1)
Sets the calculation type and capacity of air-conditioners connected to this unit.
3
Unit definition
4
Time and date setting
Sets the clock (Hour (24-hour basis)/minute/date/month/year) used for schedule, etc.
5
Alarm history
Displays a maximum of 300 cases for the history of error occurrence and restoration in the unit of air-conditioner. This is erased if the power is turned off after restoring the power supply.
6
Accounting time zone setting (1)
Set the period for “Basic Period” used for calulation. All day of the week of all
group becomes same setting.
7
Calculation data file update
Run time and amount of operation for each air-conditioner are divided to “Basis
Period” and “Overtime” accumulated at each minute and saved in the file at each
10-minute.
(1)
Up to three demand levels can be set using two-point demand input.
Demand Input (12) Demand Input (13) Demand Level
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
8
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
1
2
3
【Level 1】
The air-conditioner's set temperature shifts by 2 deg C (+2 deg C in cooling mode
or -2 deg C in heating mode). If the temperature shift causes the temperature to
surpass the upper/lower temperature limit, the upper/lower temperature limit will
become the shift value.
【Level 2 and 3】
Sets the previously set air-conditioner to fan mode and remote control's operation
prohibited. When a demand signal is inputted which temporarily activates demand
control, de-mand control will be used for two minutes. When the demand signal is
stopped, the system returns to the mode it was operating in (the operation mode and
remote control permission/prohibition setting) just before it switched to demand
control. Users can activate/deactivate the schedule which will run during demand input.
Demand control (3)
Emergency stop
Sets all air-conditioners connected to the unit at “STOP” and “ALL Lock (Center)” with exernal emergency signal. When the emergency signal is cancelled,
Lock/Unlock setting is returned to original state and all units stay “STOP”. But
the group whose schedule is set follows the closest schedule before cancellation
time. If there is no setting (displayed as “—”) for RUN/STOP, operation mode,
remote contoroller Lock/Unlock and temperature setting in the closest schedule
time, the closest schedule before cancellation time is followed.
10
Power restoration control
Upon power restoration, the groups whose schedule is set are put under the schedule closest and earlier than the power restoration time. If there is no setting (displayed as “—”) for RUN/STOP, operation mode, remote controller Lock/Unlock
and temperature setting in the closest schedule time, the setting at the time earlier
than and closest to the power restoration time is followed.
Unless any schedule is set to the current date, there is no power restoration control from SL4-AE (SL4-BE) and so the display is updated according to the setting
of air-conditioner. However, the remote controller Lock/Unlock setting is
changed to ALL Unlock.
11
Power failure compensation (2)
It compensates with the non-volatile memory the group defintion, block definition, unit definition, yearly schedule setting, special date setting, “Basis Period”
setting, function setting and accounting data files for 12 months.
12
System infomation
You can confirm system version, number of blocks, groups, air-conditioners and
the current day’s pulse input count from gas meter or wattmeter (1) at “System Information” screen.
13
Web Monitoring Function
Allows users to monitor/control an air conditioner connected to the system using a
web browser.
14
Operator ID & Password
Used to set the Operator ID and password. The Operator ID and password can be
set to anything.
9
Notes (1) In case of SC-SL4-BE
(2) Operation status and setting contents on each indoor unit before a power failure are not retained.
(3) Example for setting Demand to indoor units.
outdoor
unit
Indoor
unit
Indoor
unit
Indoor
unit
DEMAND
Indoor
unit
DEMAND
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7. WEB MONITORING FUNCTION
This web monitoring system monitors and operates air conditioner connected to central control SC-SL4-AE or
SC-SL4-BE from a web browser on your PC.
The following figure shows the basic system configuration. The SL4 central control connected to the air
conditioner is linked directly to the monitoring and operating PC.
The web monitoring system can monitor and operate the air conditioner by the group. It cannot monitor and
operate the units by the block.
• Specifications of PC
The PC to be used with this product is not provided with the system. You must prepare it separately.
The following describes the minimum performance requirements for the PC.
• CPU clock
: Pentium 500 MHz or higher (2 GHz or higher is recommended)
• Memory
: 512 MB or more (1 GB or more is recommended)
• Operating System and Web Browser
The following table shows the supported combinations of operating systems and web browsers.
If you want to use other combinations, contact your dealer.
Internet Explorer 8
Internet Explorer 9
˜
˜
٤
٤
٤
٤
Windows® XP
Windows Vista®
(SP1 or later)
Windows® 7
٤: Can be used, ˜: Cannot be used
* Restart Internet Explorer regularly.
* Windows and Windows Vista are the registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Internet
Explorer
Monitoring and operating PC
Ethernet 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX
Connection via a hub or direct connection
Central
control
Block 1
R
R
Air conditioner Air conditioner
4
5
Group 2
Air conditioner
P
Group P
R
Air conditioner
1
Air conditioner
2
Group 1
Air conditioner
3
Block 2
Air conditioner
17
•
•
•
•
Air conditioner
18
R
Air conditioner
19
Group P +1
Air conditioner
20
R
Air conditioner
21
R
Air conditioner
30
Group Q
A maximum of 16 air conditioners can be set up in one group.
Do not use one remote control for different groups of air conditioner.
A maximum of 9 groups can be set up in one block.
A maximum of 16 blocks can be set up.
Air conditioner
1
R
PC Environments
Fig.4 Web monitoring system diagram
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Air conditioner
2
Group 1
: Remote control
R
Air conditioner
3
Air conditioner
4
Group 2
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8. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
(1)Central control
250
172
119
9 inches wide color LCD
touch panel
22.5
Reset switch hole (φ2)
USB port
Wall surface
Resin
: ABS
Color of resin : Clear pearl
Service space Front : 500mm or larger
Bottom : 200mm or larger
Upper case setting
screw (×2)
Signal wire
terminal block
Power supply
teminal block
212.6
68
(2)Installation bracket (front)
243
230
176
33.5
144
132
120
147
160
160
5
24
8
14
8
6.5
24 5
15
12.5
22.5
5
4-R0.5
4-R2
4-R0.5
198
7
7
5
6.5
Material : SECC
t : 1.2mm
(3)Installation bracket (rear)
5
24
198
15
176
26
144
132
9
8
14
5
4-R0.5
4-R2
4-R0.5
120
160
5
160
15
5
228
5
24
Material : SECC
t : 1.2mm
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9. INSTALLATION WORK
Please install the central control after turning off the power for fear of electric shock.
Please arrange or protect the wiring so that excessive force is not applied to the electrical wires.
Installation Place
Please install in an indoor location that is not exposed to electromagnetic waves, water, dust, or other foreign substances.
The operating temperature range of this product is from 0°C to 40°C.
Install in a location where the ambient temperature remains within the operating temperature range.
However, if the operating temperature range is exceeded, be sure to implement corrective measures such as installation of a cooling fan.
Be aware that continued usage of this central control outside the operating temperature range can result in operation problems.
Space Required for Installation
<Opening Space for the Installation>
176
ø5 × 4
In the wall
Pan-head
screw (M4)
120
Installation
bracket (front)
Installation
bracket (rear)
12
144
Installation
bracket (rear)
Internal wall
220
Create a hole in the wall as shown in the figure above.
Be sure to check the dimensions required to correctly install
the unit.
Insert the installation bracket (rear) into the rear of the
wall through the hole, and secure the bracket.
(1) In case of installing on the control box
Fasten the installation bracket (front) and installation
bracket (rear) as shown in the figure above.
The top and bottom of the brackets can be easily
identified. Be sure to check the “�UP” mark to install
it right side up.
<No partition>
• Please use the control box of the size of 300mm × 400mm × 120mm
or larger.
• Please be sure to lock the control box to protect persons from electric
shock. Avoid usage of heat-retaining materials and heat-insulating
materials because these can result in heat buildup and adversely
affect the operation of the central control.
<With partition>
Lead-in
cable
Partition
a
Caution
٨ Please do not install devices that can cause the ambient
temperature to rise in the same control box. Also, do not install
multiple controls in the same control box. These can cause
heat to build up and result in false operation. If multiple central
control must be installed in the same control box, take corrective
measures to ensure that the temperature in the control box does
not rise above 40°C such as by installing cooling fans.
Central
control
<Service space>
Beam of
building
Front of the central control
500mm or larger
Bottom of the central control
100mm or larger
105mm or
larger
Install the central control so that the center of the screen will
be at the same height as the eye level of people who will
frequently use the unit.
The recommended position is that the center of the screen
becomes within +10, -30 degrees from eye level.
(2) In case of embedding in a wall
Be sure to use the attached installation brackets. Alternatively, you
can use SLA3R-BX for SC-SL3N. Please be sure to use for protecting
persons from the electric shock. Please check that the sufficient space is
available in the wall. When the inside of the wall is divided and have a
cavity, please create space more than 0.08m3. Refer to the table below.
If there is partition on the left, right, top and bottom of the central
control, please create a space that is 105mm or deeper.
b (width)
(mm)
c (depth)
(mm)
(30cm)
Central control
10°
space (m3)
Example1
900
800
110
0.08
5cm
Example2
1800
400
110
0.08
17cm
0.08
Example3
1000
400
200
Minimum
600 or larger
400 or larger
110 or larger
c
Internal
wall
Inner wall
materials
Installation Position
500
100
a (height)
(mm)
b
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(2) Installation outline
Installation procedure
(1) Remove the upper case
● ① Take out two screws using a
cross slot screwdriver. (Do not
lose the screws)
② Pull the upper case a little
forward and push above. Then,
upper case can be removed.
③
Wall
Central
control
M3 pan head screw × 4 positions
Upper
case
②
①
Caution
Installation
bracket
(rear)
Please do not install
facing upward or at
a slant.
Allowed
Be sure to use the attached installation
brackets.
Installation
bracket (front)
LCD
• Fasten the central control to the front side of the control box or a hole
in the wall using the M3 screws.
• Wire separately the power supply wire and the signal wire for
preventing malfunctions.
Not allowed Not allowed
● Embed
signal wire and power supply wire in the
wall beforehand.
● Connect wires to the terminal block.
● Confirm power supply voltage and connect
correctly.
10. ELECTRIC WIRING
For safety reasons, please use the round crimping terminals with insulated sleeves for connecting all wires to the central control.
Please do the grounding work. Please do not connect earth line with gas pipes, water pipes, lightning rods and grounding line of
telephone.
●
Please do not turn on the power supply (local switch) until all of the work is completed.
●
Please wait at least two minutes after the indoor and outdoor units are turned on before turning on the power supply.
●
Except for the central control in the figure all of the components are obtained at the site (wires, switches, relays, power supply, lamps,
etc.)
●
Please be sure to build the circuit breaker which is easily accessible with building equipment’s wiring.
●
Pease be sure to use the supplied round crimped terminals when connecting wires to the power supply terminal block and Super Link
terminal block.
●
Before connecting the wires, remove the cover of the terminal block. After the work is completed, fix the cover of the terminal block as
before. The cover is used to prevent electric shock due to accidental contact.
●
Please use a gas meter or watt-hour meter, demand input device and emergency stop input device which comply with a relevant IEC
Safety Standard.
●
Wiring Outline
Power supply
AC100-240V
50/60Hz
Grounding
work
L1, L2
3 Super Link systems
Local switch
Power
supply
Power
supply
Grounding work
Operation output
Malfunction output
The calculating data taken out by way of USB memory
(accessory of SC-SL4-BE)
LAN
Emergency stop signal input
Power pulse input from gas meter or watt-hour meter
(8 points) (in case of SC-SL4-BE)
Demand signal input (2 points)
Wiring Specification
Power supply wire
Local switch
Super Link signal wire
(Note 1, Note 2)
The wire for operation output, error output,
emergency stop and demand input
The wire for gas meter or watt-hour meter
Grounding wire
1.25mm2
10A
Shielded wire (double-core, 0.75mm2 - 1.25mm2).
Max. 1000m per line (Max. distance: 1000m, Total wire length: 1000m)
Shielded wire (double-core, 0.75mm2 - 1.25mm2).
Maximum length: 200m per system
Shielded wire (double-core, 0.75mm2 - 1.25mm2).
Maximum length: 200m per system
0.75mm2 - 6mm2
Note 1: When this central control is used, use a shielded wire for the Super Link signal wire. Ground both ends of the shielded wire.
(Please wire the ground of the central control at
Ground position “b” of “System Wiring” in the diagram)
Note 2: If the indoor and outdoor units connected to the network are all compatible units with New Super Link, a total wire length of 1500m per line is
possible (maximum distance: 1000m). However, be sure to use a 0.75mm2 wire diameter if the total wire length exceeds 1000m. For further
information, please contact your sales representative or dealer.
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System Wiring
The back of the central control
Ground position “b” for
Super Link system signal wire
Terminal block (two tiers)
L1 L2
FG FG
Ground
position “a”
LAN
(1) The upper tier of Terminal Block (*)
L1
L2
+
DO1 DO1- DO2 DO2- COM
(*1)
+ (*1)
Power
supply
Please be sure to use the accessory terminals (S).
(Same for A2, B2, A3, B3)
DI1
COM
DI2
COM
DI3
A1
B1
A2
B2
A3
B3
Super
Link
system 3
Power
supply
Please be
sure to use
Power supply the accessory Operation
AC100-240V terminals (L). output(O1)
50/60Hz
(*3)
(*2)
Malfunction Emergency stop
output(O2) signal input (I1)
(*3)
Demand signal
input (I2)
(*3)
Demand signal
input (I3)
Super Link system 2
(*4) Super Link system 1
(*1)
Power supply : DC 24V
Maximum rating current : 40mA
(*3)
No-voltage a-contact input Contact capacity : DC12V, 10mA
(*2)
Factory default of error output (normal operation) is closed status. You can choose “Open”
status for malfunction output during normal operation. Please refer to the user’s manual.
(*4)
When choosing the new Super Link setting, only system 1
functions effectively.
(2) The lower tier of Terminal Block
FGND
FGND
COM
PI1
COM
PI2
COM
PI3
COM
PI4
COM
PI5
COM
PI6
COM
PI7
COM
PI8
Power input from gas meter or watt-hour meter (8 points)
(in case of SC-SL4-BE)
Caution
●
Please connect the watt-hour meter that satisfies the
●
Do not connect power supply wire to another terminal block.
When you connect by mistake, damage and damage by fire of the
electric part are caused, and it is very dangerous.
Please check the wiring thoroughly again before turning on power.
●
The demand signal input is configured for two points. To configure the
3 level setting, contact your sales representative or dealer.
specification below.
• the meter with pulse transmitter
• the meter with pulse width of 100ms or more
●
The energy consumption calculated by this central control does not conform to
OIML, and there are no guarantees concerning the results of the calculations.
Notice
Please choose the new or previous setting of Super Link (SL) in the display of the main unit. (See user’s manual)
It is necessary to change if the connection network is for previous Super Link. Whether the real connection network is new Super Link or previous Super Link
depends on the type of connected indoor unit,outdoor unit,etc. Inquire the agents or dealers for more information.
When choosing the new Super Link Communication setting, 1 system wiring can connect up to a maximum of 128 units. Be sure to connect wiring to the Super
Link system 1. Be careful not to connect to the Super Link system 2 or 3, as the main unit will not be recognized.
Power switch
The power switch is lower front of the central control. After installation is completed, turn the power switch ON.
Note that the central control does not start up unless the power switch is turned ON.
(It is turned ON by factory default.)
Note
● Please peel off the protection sheet of the screen when you pass the central control to the customers.
● Before you mount the upper case, please peel off the sheet.
Power switch
After checking the wiring and doing power switch operation, when the screen is not displayed, please contact
the shop where the central control was purchased. This product consists of the exclusive parts, and you can not
exchange the electrical equipment. Please do not disassemble other than what is stated in this instruction manual.
Other Information
• This central control is electronic and independently mounted control.
• The type of this central control is automatic action for which the manufacturing deviation and the drift of its operating value, operating time or operating
sequence have not been declared and tested under the standard.
• The actions of this central control are full-disconnection on operation, a trip-free mechanism which cannot even momentarily be reclosed against the fault, an
action which can only be reset by the use of a tool, and an action that does not require any external auxiliary energy source of electrical supply for its intended
operation.
• The rated impulse voltage (impulse withstand voltage) is 2500V.
• The surface of touch panel and front cover produce an increase of temperature of about 15 degrees.
• The definition of types of control are electrical control, automatic control, and operating control.
• The lifetime of the keying of touch panel is ten million times. The lifetime of LCD is about 80,000 hours.
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11. ACCOUNTING CALCULATION
(a) Selection of watt-hour meter
To calculate the account, it is necessary to procure a watt-hour meter at site. Select a meter according to the following items.
(b) Selecting the pulse unit
1) Restrictions on the pulse input receiving side
100 ms
or over
200 ms or over
Restriction on the device side
1 pulse or more/day (Desirable that it is 1 pulse/10-minute or more.)
2) Selecting the pulse unit
① Calculate the total of power supply capacity required for the air-conditioners to be connected.
② Select provisionally an integrated wattmeter that fits to the requirement.
③ Maximum operating status of air-conditioner: Estimated overload condition expected in the summer season, for example:
If it is assumed to be the total power consumption × 1.2;
Example) Provided the total power consumption status = 100 kW and the power factor = 90%
If max. operating status = 100 × 1.2 = 120 kW, 3-phase, 200 V
I = 120 × 1,000/(1.732 × 200 × 0.9) = 385A
/ The watt-hour meter needs to have a capacity of 400 A.
If we select an oscillation device from Mitsubishi’s products of 400 A:
• K11 type – Select the pulse unit 100 kWh/P or 10 kWh/P
• K12 type – Select the pulse unit 100 kWh/P or 10 kWh/P or 1 kWh/P
* For a further small pulse unit, consult a watt-hour meter manufacturer.
④ Check for when the power consumption is 120 kWh (Example)
● If 0.1 kWh/P is selected when the pulse input is the largest: 1,200 P/h = 20 P/min, which means it is 20 pulses/min, and
so this is acceptable.
● If the duty cycle decreases to 1/10 (12 kWh), for example; If 10 kWh/P is selected, 1.2 P/h = 0.02 P/min, which means
that there is no pulse within 10 minutes. It becomes 28.8 pulses for a day. If 1 kWh/P is selected, it is 12 P/h = 0.2 P/
min, which means that there are 2 pulses/10 minutes.
Since it is sufficient for the calculation if there is 1 pulse a day, it is possible to use 10 kWh/P. However, since it is likely
to produce calculation errors depending on the duty cycle, it is better to use 1 kWh/P.
Maximum count number of power pulse input
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(c) Energy consumption calculation method
The SL4-BE integrates operation data from each indoor unit and watt-hour meter’s pulses and exports this information to
Calculating data files. A USB memory can be used to transfer the data files to a computer where proportional distribution
calculations can be performed for energy used using the included software.
< Calculation procedure >
① Accumulate operation times of respective air-conditioners. (Per minute)
USB port
② Obtain the amount of operation for each air-conditioner (Ki) and accumulate it on
the basis of time zone (within business hours, overtime hours) (Per minute)
At the botton of SL4
Ki = Ki + KM
KM = : Amount of operation for air-conditioner per minute
Amount of operation is calculated with the following 3 methods. (Set the calculation method on the air-conditioner definition
screen of SC-SL4-BE.)
Amount of operation when the value converted to the rated expansion valve aperture of air-conditioner is E:
• MULTI 1 (Refrigerant flow rate): Add a conversion value that takes into consideration the flow rate of refrigerant flowing through the
Thermostat ON indoor unit. ( Ej)
(Ej: Conversion value of indoor unit expansion valve aperture per minute)
• MULTI 2 (Thermostat ON/OFF): Convert the time when refrigerant is flowing through the indoor unit and add. (Thermostat ON time
× E)
• SINGLE (Compressor ON/OFF): Calculates the operation time of the outdoor units (outdoor unit operation time × E).
• ON/OFF (Operation time): Convert the state when the remote control is turned ON and add the value. (Operation time × E)
(E: Conversion value of indoor unit capacity per minute)
* Set the same watt hour meter system at the same type.
* If it is set at MULTI 1 or MULTI 2, indoor units in the fan mode are excluded from the proportional distribution.
If you need to include the indoor units under the fan mode in the proportional distribution, set it to ON/OFF.
* When the air-conditioning is not used in a day (Ex. Holiday), and thus there is no operating indoor unit to divide in proportion, the
portion of standby power does not match the value on the meter. It is necessary to re-calculate the accounting data using the spreadsheet
software.
• A simplified software to edit the accounting data is included in the accessories. Regarding the operating method, refer to the manual
attached to it.
• The accounting data can be output via the attached USB memory.
• (Calculating data files can be downloaded over a LAN connection.
◎ Super Link Adapter Usage Precautions
A Super Link adapter (SC-ADNA) is required when connecting to an inverter packaged air-conditioner. Please set to SINGLE
(Compressor ON/OFF) or ON/OFF (Operation time). However, when a single Super Link adapter is connected to multiple
indoor units that use different coolant systems, please set to ON/OFF.
When “SINGLE” is selected, calculations are performed based on Compressor ON/OFF information. Therefore, when a single
Super Link adapter is connected to multiple indoor units that use different coolant systems, operation data may not be accurate.
Furthermore, when controlling multiple indoor units using a Super Link adapter, please set to “ON/OFF.” Otherwise, calculation
processing is not performed correctly.
(Example) Method of proportional distribution in case of indoor units A, B, C operating as follows
(the shaded part indicates the accumulated operating volume).
Answer
Hz
A
B
MULTI 1
MULTI 2
Thermo OFF or Fan mode
Remote
controller OFF
C
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① In case of MULTI 1 setting: Conduct proportional distribution according to the results of a accumulated answer Hz. Accumulation
is not performed when the thermo is OFF or during the Fan mode operation.
Indoor unit A
Indoor unit B
Indoor unit C
25Hz
40Hz
60Hz
Total value of operating volume
(Total value of answer Hz)
Operating volume of indoor unit A = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 25/125 (25 + 40 + 60)
Operating volume of indoor unit B = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 40/125
Operating volume of indoor unit C = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 60/125
② In case MULTI 2 setting: Conduct proportional distribution according to the Hz corresponding to the air conditioner capacity
(capacity equivalent Hz: fixed value) and thermo ON operating time.
Capacity equivalent Hz: equivalent value of answer Hz when exerting the indicated capacity of indoor unit (fixed value determined
according to capacity).
Different from ①, the fixed value is accumulated irrespective of the answer Hz. Accumulation is not performed when the thermo
is OFF and during the Fan mode operation.
Indoor unit A
Indoor unit B
Indoor unit C
30Hz
50Hz
70Hz
Total value of operating volume
(capacity equivalent Hz × thermo On time)
Operating volume of indoor unit A = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 30/150 (30 + 50 + 70)
Operating volume of indoor unit B = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 50/150
Operating volume of indoor unit C = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 70/150
③ In case of ON/OFF setting: Conduct proportional distribution according to the Hz corresponding to the air conditioner capacity (capacity equivalent Hz: fixed value) and remote control ON time.
Same as ②, the capacity equivalent Hz (fixed value) is accumulated according to the remote control ON time only. Accumulation
is also performed when the thermo is OFF and during the air supply operation.
Indoor unit A
Indoor unit B
Indoor unit C
40Hz
60Hz
70Hz
Total value of operating volume
(capacity equivalent Hz × remote control ON time)
Operating volume of indoor unit A = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 40/160 (40 + 50 + 70)
Operating volume of indoor unit B = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 50/160
Operating volume of indoor unit C = accumulated pulse counts × power consumption per pulse × 70/160
★ User login
For owners the fee apportionment for multi air conditioners is more complicated and harder to explain to customers. In many
cases it's best to use simple explanations.
In addition, consumption for multi machines are calculated based on volume, making it easy for excessive cooling and differences
in building load to lead to discrepancies in electricity consumption. These different values are hard to explain. Therefore, it is
easier to explain how many horsepower were used for how long.
At this point, recommend [ON/OFF] setting.
Both multi machines and single machines use [ON/OFF] setting.
Recommend that separate watt-hour meters be installed for single machine and multi machine systems.
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(d) Software overview (SL3N-BE Utility)
SL3N-BE Utility calculates the amount of energy consumption with air conditioner’s running data saved by SC-SL4-BE. The
amount of energy consumption is divided proportionally day by day according to the operating ratio of the air conditioner, and
it is calculated as the group total amount of energy consumption for every period.
1) Flow of data processing
Input to SC-SL4-BE
① Air conditoner capacity (kW) input
② Program block setting (1 - 16)
③ Group setting (1 - 144)
④ Proportional distribution calculation
method (defined by air conditioner)
SC-SL4-BE
The energy consumption
calculated by this equipment
does not conform to OIML.
Read the “frequency of
pulse input”, “RUN/STOP
of each indoor unit”,
“answer Hz of each indoor
unit” every minute.
USB Memory
Accumulated daily pulse counts
Accumulated pulse counts are renewed
every minute accoding to the
following calulation method
(= pulse counts accumulated up to now
+ frequency of pulse input this time)
Accumulated daily operating volume
Accumulated operating volume of each
indoor unit is renewed every minute
according to the following calulation
method.
(= operating volume accumulated up to
now + frequency of pulse input this time)
(Binary format)
This software supports.
a. (Group) Definition file (CSV format)
(Group name, Group composition)
b. Monthly data file (CSV format)
b-1: Daily operating time (minutes), calculated value of the air
conditioner for each period (the basis period and the
overtime), in the Super Link system
b-2: Daily cumulative pulses from meters (#1 - #8) for each
period
Conversion
(Save)
(Text format)
1. Calculates the daily energy consumption
of air conditioners for each meter group.
2. Calculates the daily operating time and the
daily energy consumption for each air
conditioner.
3. Calculates the daily operating time and the
daily energy consumption for each air
conditioner group.
4. Calculates the daily operating time and the
daily energy consumption for each air
conditioner group in the specified period.
(Save)
iii) Pulse meter (electricity) group definition
iv) Pulse constant definition (kWh/pulse)
v) Setting of the calculation period
(the end of the month, the 20th of the month, or etc.)
c. The daily energy consumption of air conditioners for each meter
group (PI1 - PI8)
d. The daily operating time (minutes) and the energy consumption
for each air conditioner
e. The daily operating time (minutes) and the daily energy
consumption for each air conditioner group (Group#1 Group#144)
f. The monthly operating time (hour) and the energy consumption
for each air conditioner group in the specified period.
(Text format)
Customer processing
vi) Group definition for each tenant
vii) Setting of energy charge (the unit price and the basic charge
of electricity
viii) The sheet form of a bill
Calculating the air conditioner’s energy charge.
Printing out the bill of a tenant.
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2) Function outline
◦Calculates and makes the monthly data file of the air conditioner’s group energy consumption in the specified period.
• The operating time and the energy (electricity)consumption for each air conditioner’s group.
• The data file is saved by the CSV format. The air-conditioning charge calculation is possible by the spreadsheet software
(Microsoft® Excel, etc.).
◦Imports the definition file and monthly data files that are saved by SC-SL4-BE, and converts to CSV format.
• SL3N-BE Utility imports the group definition file and the monthly data file saved by SC-SL4-BE via USB memory, and
converts them into the CSV format.
3) Working environment
◦Operating system
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 SP3, 4
Windows® XP
Windows Vista®
Windows® 7
◦Hardware
Pentium 300 MHz or greater
128 MB RAM
5 MB free hard disk space
1 USB (1.1 or 2.0) port
◦The screen size of SL3N-BE Utility is optimized by the following setup.
800 × 600 resolution display
Small font size
4) End user agreement
This software is for using SC-SL4-BE. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) permits you to use two or more copies of
this software on two or more computers.
This software and SC-SL4-BE do not warrant the contents of the calculation result.
Please be sure to use a calculation result in the customer's responsibility.
MHI or its suppliers are not liable for any damages whatsoever (including but not limited to damages for loss of business
profits, business interruption, or any other pecuniary loss) which results from an inability to use this software.
Moreover, whatever the cause of failure and an obstacle, MHI cannot warrant the data saved at your memory storage (hard
disk, USB memory).
5) Installation instructions
a) Insert the CD-ROM “Air-Conditioners Management System” into your CD-ROM drive.
b) Run “setup.exe” from the CD-ROM to start the installation.
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(e) Starting and quitting the software
1) Starting the SL3N-BE Utility
Double-click the short-cut icon displayed on Windows® desktop or select the program displayed on the Start menu. The
Main Menu screen shown in Fig.5 will appear.
Fig.5 Main Menu screen
2) Quitting SL3N-BE Utility
Click [Exit] button, or [x] button of a title bar.
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3) Screen changes
The screen changes are shown in Fig.6.
Import
Accounting
Data File
Start
Import
Import
Accounting Data
File screen
Main Menu
Back
Exit
BIN to CSV
Conversion
Meter Group
Definition
Meter Group
Definition screen
Back
Pulse Constant
Definition
Pulse Constant
definition screen
Back
Calculate Energy
Consumption
Calculate Energy
Consumption
screen
Back
Fig.6 Screen changes and operation
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6) Calculating energy consumption
a) Start the SL3N-BE utility
Double-click the short-cut icon displayed on Windows® desktop or select the program displayed on the Start menu. The
Main Menu screen shown in Fig.7 will appear.
Step 1: Click [Import Accounting Data File] button on this screen.
Step 2: Click [Meter Group Definition] button on this screen.
Step 3: Click [Pulse Constant Definition] button on this screen.
Step 4: Click [Calculate Energy Consumption] button on this screen.
Since SL3N-BE Utility memorizes the last setting of Meter Group Definition and Pulse Constant Definition, as long as
there is no change in a setup, you may skip Step2 and Step3. However, we recommend that you check the contents of the
setting whenever you calculate.
When you manage two or more SC-SL4-BEs, don’t skip Step2 and STEP3. You need to read (“Open”) the setting of
each SC-SL4-BE’s setteings in Step2 and Step3.
Fig.7 Main Menu screen
[Import Accounting Data File]: switches to the Import Accounting Data File screen.
[Meter Group Definition]: switches to the Meter Group Definition screen.
[Pulse Constant Definition]: switches to the Pulse Constant Definition.
[Calculate Energy Consumption]: switches to the Calculate Energy Consumption screen.
[Exit]: SL3N-BE Utility finish and this screen close.
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Step 1: Import Accounting Data File
(1) Beforehand, export monthly data files to a USB memory by SC-SL4-BE.
(2) Insert the USB memory in your personal computer.
(3) Click a check box. Select the drive name of a USB memory, and the folder name, which exported monthly data files.
(4) Specify the year and the month to calculate.
(5) Click [Import] button. Reading out files will start.
(6) Confirm the success of reading out files. Then, click [Back] button.
Fig.8 Import Accounting Data File screen
[Import]: Imports the group definition file and the monthly data files.
[Back]: Returns to the Main Menu screen.
◦Selecting the configuration (Group definition) file.
Select the drive name of a USB memory as shown in Fig.9, and choose the file “SL3Nconfig.bin” (New Super Link) or
“SLA3config.bin” (Previous Super Link).
Fig.9 Select Group Definition File dialog box
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◦Importing Accounting Data Files
SL3N-BE Utility reads a group definition file and the monthly data file of the month specified to the "year" and the
"month", and the previous month, and converts them into the CSV files.
The converted CSV files are the following.
a) Group definition file (file name: Grp.csv)
Group name, group composition
b) Monthly data files
b-1: Daily operating time (minutes), calculated value of the air conditioner for each period (the basis period and the
overtime), in the Super Link system.
• File name (in case of New Super Link system):
SL3N1costYYMM.csv, SL3N2costYYMM.csv SL3N3costYYMM.csv, SL3N4costYYMM.csv
• File name (in case of previous Super Link system):
SL1SLA3costYYMM.csv, SL2SLA3costYYMM.csv
SL3SLA3costYYMM.csv
b-2: Daily cumulative pulses from meters (PI1-PI8) for each period.
• File name (in case of New Super Link system):
PLSSL3NcostYYMM.csv
• File name (in case of previous Super Link system):
PLSSLA3costYYMM.csv
These files are saved in the name of “DB” folder that installed the program “SL3N-BE Utility”. If you have not changed
the folder of the installation folder, the above files are placed into “C:/SL3NBEUtility/DB”.
YYMM means the year and the month.
Since the capacity of a hard disk will be insufficient, please delete the above-mentioned file once in a year.
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Step 2: Set the Meter Group Definition
SL3N-BE Utility memorizes the Meter Group Definition last time, and reads it when starting. You may skip this menu, as
long as there is no change.
Meter Group Definition defines to which energy system (electricity or gas) the air conditioner belongs.
It is possible to assign two or more meter numbers to one air conditioner's indoor unit. It can apply, when measuring an
outdoor unit and each indoor unit with another watt-hour meter. In this case, assign meter number of an outdoor unit to
indoor units.
In case of the previous Super Link system, “Unit No.” shows the “Super Link” communication line number (1 - 3) and the
indoor unit number (00-47).
Input the meter number (1 - 8) without a space into “Meter No.” column.
Fig.10 Meter Group Definition screen
[New]: Push this button when you make a new definition file.
[Open]: Push this button when the definition file already exists.
[Save]: Push this button when you want to save the current setting.
[Prev]: returns to the previous SL page. Three pages of SL1 - 3 exist in this screen.
[Next]: returns to the next SL page.
[Back]: returns to the Main Menu screen.
Caution
Setting of this screen is important when carrying out distribution calculation of the appropriate energy consumption.
It is necessary to tie in setting with an actual installation situation. Please ask your installation contractor about setting.
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◦First time
(1) Click [New] button and input the Meter number.
(2) Click [Save] button and input the file name.
(3) Click [Back] button.
◦2nd hereafter
You don’t have to select this menu. However, we recommend that you check the contents of the setting whenever you
calculate.
◦If you manage two or more SC-SL4-BEs
(1) Click [Open] button, select the definition file and check the settings.
(2) Click [Back] button.
1. Opening the definition file
When you click [Open] button, Fig.11 dialog will appear. Choose the file saved beforehand.
Fig.11 Select the definition file dialog box
2. Saving the definition file
When you click [Save] button, Fig.12 dialog will appear. Input the file name that is easy to discriminate, and click
[Save] button.
Fig.12 Save the definition file dialog box
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Step 3: Set the Pulse Constant Definition
SL3N-BE Utility memorizes the Pulse Constant Definition last time, and reads it when starting. You may skip this menu,
as long as there is no change.
Pulse Constant Definition defines a pulse constant and the energy type (electricity) for every meter.
Fig.13 Pulse Constant Definition screen
[New]: Push this button when you make a new definition f ile.
[Open]: Push this button when the definition file already exists.
[Save]: Push this button when you want to save the current setting.
[Back]: returns to the Main Menu screen.
◦Caution
Setting of this screen is important when carrying out distribution calculation of the appropriate energy consumption. It
is necessary to tie in setting with an actual installation situation. Please ask your installation contractor about setting.
◦First time
(1) Click [New] button and input the pulse constant.
(2) Click [Save] button and input the file name.
(3) Click [Back] button.
◦2nd hereafter
You don’t have to select this menu. However, we recommend that you check the contents of the setting whenever you
calculate.
◦If you manage two or more SC-SL4-BEs
(1) Click [Open] button, select the definition f ile and check the settings.
(2) Click [Back] button.
The input range of the pulse constant
Range
Lower limit
Upper limit
Electricity
0.00
300.00 kWh/ pulse
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Step 4: Calculate Energy Consumption
SL3N-BE Utility carries out proportional division calculation based on the Monthly Data Files that imported, the Meter
Group Definition and the Pulse Constant Definition. And it calculates the energy consumption for every group.
Fig.14 Calculate Energy Consumption screen
[Calculate]: calculates the energy consumption.
[Back]: returns to the Main Menu screen.
(1) Specify the period to calculate.
(2) Specify the name of the energy consumption data file and the folder name.
• The folder name and file name can be changed.
• Please specify both of file names to calculate only gas or electricity.
(3) Click [Calculate] button.
(4) Click [Back] button.
1) When you click the check box “The gas energy consumption”, Fig.15 dialog box will appear. If you want to change the
file name, the folder name and the drive name, select another drive name and the folder name, and type another file
name that you want.
Fig.15 Input the file name dialog box
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2) When you click the check box “The electric energy consumption”, Fig.16 dialog box will appear. If you want to change
the file name, the folder name and the drive name, select another drive name and the folder, and type another file name
that you want.
Fig.16 Input the file name dialog box
3) SL3N-BE Utility makes the following files as a calculation result.
① The energy consumption in basis period every Meter number:
• File name: P1ICONSUMYYMM.csv, P2ICONSUMYYMM.csv,
…, P8ICONSUMYYMM.csv
② The energy consumption in overtime period every Meter number:
• File name: P1OCONSUMYYMM.csv, P2OCONSUMYYMM.csv,
…, P8OCONSUMYYMM.csv
③ The running time and energy consumption every indoor unit:
• File name (in case of New Super Link system):
SL3N1CONSUMYYMM.csv, SL3N2CONSUMYYMM.csv,
SL3N3CONSUMYYMM.csv, SL3N4CONSUMYYMM.csv
• File name (in case of previous Super Link system):
SL1CONSUMYYMM.csv, SL2CONSUMYYMM.csv,
SL3CONSUMYYMM.csv <Note 1>
The
running
time
and
energy
(electricity)
consumption
for every group:
④
• File name (in case of New Super Link system):
NGRP1CONSUMYYMM.csv, NGRP2CONSUMYYMM.csv,
NGRP3CONSUMYYMM.csv, NGRP4CONSUMYYMM.csv
• File name (in case of previous Super Link system):
GRPCONSUMYYMM.csv <Note 1>
⑤ The Monthly Energy Consumption file:
• Default file name (you can change): MonthGYYMM.csv, MonthEYYMM.csv
These files are saved in the name of “DB” folder that installed the program “SL3N-BE utility”. If you have not changed
the folder of the installation folder, the above files are placed into “C:/SL3NBEUtility/DB”.
YYMM means the year and the month.
Since the capacity of a hard disk will be insufficient, please delete the above-mentioned file once in a year.
<Note 1>
When using Microsoft® Excel, it needs to divide and read out the file, since there is the restriction of a maximum of 256
columns. Refer to Appendix 2.
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Appendix 1. The image of the Monthly Energy Consumption file
*** C:¥Program Files¥SLB3EUtility¥db¥MonthE0503. csv (02/05 - 03/14)
Group No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
Group Name
1F ENTRANCE GATE
1F ENT. HALL STH
1F ENT. HALL NRTH
1F ENT. HALL EST
2F ENTRANCE ELV.
2F PASSAGE NORTH
2F PASSAGE SOUTH
3F ENTRANCE ELV.
3F PASSAGE NORTH
3F PASSAGE SOUTH
4F ENTRANCE ELV.
4F PASSAGE NORTH
4F PASSAGE SOUTH
5F ENTRANCE ELV.
5F PASSAGE NORTH
5F PASSAGE SOUTH
6F ENTRANCE ELV.
6F PASSAGE NORTH
6F PASSAGE SOUTH
7F EMTRANCE ELV.
7F PASSAGE NORTH
7F PASSAGE SOUTH
8F ENTRANCE ELV.
8F PASSAGE NORTH
8F PASSAGE SOUTH
MHIE OFFlCE #1
MHIE OFFlCE #2
MHIE OFFlCE #3
MHIE CONF. ROOM 1
MHIE CONF. ROOM 2
MHIE CONF. ROOM 3
MHlS OFFICE #1
MHlS OFFICE #2
MEE OFFICE #1
MEE OFFICE #2
MEE OFFICE #3
MEE OFFICE #4
MCFE OFFICE #1
MCFE OFFICE #2
MLP-UK OFFICE #1
MLP-UK OFFICE #2
MLP-UK OFFICE #3
MLP-UK OFFICE #4
MC OFFICE #1
MC OFFICE #2
MC OFFICE #3
MC OFFICE #4
MC CONF. ROOM 701
MC CONF. ROOM 702
MC CONF. ROOM 703
MC CONF. ROOM 710
MC CONF. ROOM 711
unused
unused
unused
unused
uhused
unused
unused
Basic Period [H]
0.0
0.0
0.0
870.0
31.7
650.8
1057.4
287.1
806.7
388.2
3.2
484.2
485.4
133.2
169.3
434.6
0.0
623.4
647.5
211.5
535.8
615.0
0.0
462.1
462.1
171.0
490.0
7.7
267.8
267.9
0.1
0.4
219.3
438.4
437.3
218.7
124.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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Overtime [H]
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Basic Period [kWh]
0.000
0.000
0.000
1595.992
65.959
1119.757
1657.156
471.401
1226.261
654.044
5.689
868.573
1124.734
326.014
325.835
874.511
0.000
1129.392
1100.648
322.490
809.279
1124.523
0.000
710.040
710.040
293.380
1012.432
11.402
458.081
458.081
0.000
0.000
3.681
7.362
6.248
3.124
173.841
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Overtime [H]
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
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Appendix 2. Dividing and Reading out the CSV file using Microsoft® Excel
1) Open a new file and move a cursor to the position where you want to locate.
2) Choose the “Import External Data” menu and the “Import Data…” menu in the menu bar.
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3) Select “All Files (*.*)” in the the “Files of type” and choose the CSV file which you want to read. Click the “Open” button.
4) Select the “Delimited” option button and the file format “Western European” in the “File origin” drop-down, and click [Next
>] button.
5) Select “Comma” in the “Delimiters” section of the dialog box, and click [Next >] button.
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6) Click the head column to exclude under the “Data preview”.
7) Click the last column to exclude, pressing [Shift] key (on keyboard), under the “Data preview”. Click the "Do not import
column (skip)" in the “Column data format”, and click [Finish] button.
8) Click [OK] button. The data in the CSV file will be imported to Excel sheet.
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12.TROUBLESHOOTING
(1)SC-SL4-AE,BE.
PJZ012A099
“Each group status display” is
displayed in red
A malfunction has occurred with the unit. The malfunctioning unit is stopped.
Contact your dealer. The shop will need the following information: “Each group status display”, “malfunction
situation”, “model name of the malfunctioning unit”, “Error No. (E00)” etc.
“Each group status display” is
displayed in yellow
A communication problem has occurred.
Contact your dealer. The shop will need the following information: “Each group status display”, “malfunction
situation”, “model name of the malfunctioning unit” etc.
The filter sign is lit.
Clean the air filter.
(See the manual attached to the air conditioner for the cleaning method.)
Press the filter reset button after cleaning.
Maintenance display is lit.
Regular inspection is necessary.
Contact your dealer. The shop will need the following information: “maintenance display color”, “unit model
name” etc.
The screen does not change
when touched.
It is possible that there is malfunction due to electrostatic discharge. Turn the power off, then turn it on again
(power supply reset).
When it does not operate normally with the procedure above, it can be assumed that the unit was
damaged, so contact your dealer with your “malfunction situation”.
No screen is displayed (dark).
• The backlight (illumination) is turned OFF after a fixed period of time to preserve the screen. Touch the
screen. (It may take a little time for the display to reappear.)
• It is possible that there is malfunction due to electrostatic discharge. Turn the power off, then turn it on
again (power supply reset).
When it does not operate normally with the procedure above, it can be assumed that the unit is damaged,
so contact your dealer with the “malfunction situation”.
The remote control’s display
and central control screen
display do not match
When multiple units are registered in a group, the settings for the representative unit for the group are
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displayed. Check the status display for each of the units.
Run/Stop displays “Run” if one or more units in the group are running, and it displays “Stop” if all units are
stopped.
Air conditioner operates on its
own.
Check the schedule settings. The group settings that have been scheduled can be changed.
The central control feels warm
to the touch.
The central control may get warm, but this is not a problem.
When the room is hot, it gets warm more readily. Use in an environment where the temperature around it is
40°C or lower.
The calculating results are not
accurate.
(SC-SL4-BE only)
If the total operating time in a day is less than 30 minutes, there has been no operation for calculating
purposes. Therefore the calculating results may be a little low.
(In such cases, other units are a little high.)
“Importing a configuration file
from USB memory has failed.
Check the configuration file
in the USB memory.” message
appears.
It is possible that either the definition file has not been saved to the USB memory or there is an error in
specifying the folder to be read. Check again and then perform the operation again.
If this message appears again, contact your dealer.
“Exporting a configuration file
to USB memory has failed.” or
“Exporting monthly data files
to USB memory has failed”
message appears.
There is a possibility that the USB memory has been damaged or the files in the USB memory have been
damaged. Delete all the files in the USB memory and create them again.
If this message appears again, contact your dealer.
“USB memory was not found.”
message appears.
The USB memory may not have been fully inserted. Remove the USB memory, and reinsert it. If this
message appears again, it is possible that the USB memory is damaged or the USB memory is not the
attachment. Replace it with the bundled USB memory and try the operation again. If this message appears
again, contact your dealer.
“SL-0X-self address duplication
error was detected.”“ SL-0Xself transmission data read
error was detected.”“ SL-0Xdata transmission error was
detected.” message appears.
Contact your dealer. (Re-check the communications line connections of the units.)
Error messages other than the
above are displayed.
Perform operations according to the messages on the screen or turn the power off and then on (power
supply reset).
If the message appears again, contact your dealer.
The room temperature display
does not change from “--”.
When the room temperature is 0°C or less, “--” is displayed.
When it differs from the display of remote controller, contact your dealer.
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When you select “Valid” for
the Individual Lock/Unlock on
the Function Setting screen,
the function of permitting
and prohibiting the individual
operation of the remote
controller do not work.
This function can be applied to the indoor units, which are the model KXE4 or later, and to the remote
controller, which is the model RC-E1 or later.
Make sure to select “Invalid” for the Individual Lock/Unlock on the FUNCTION SETTING screen.
In case that operating
condition of a part or all of air
conditioners which are set to a
group, does not display.
There may be inadequacy for communication line or the setting of this center console.
Contact your dealer.
The screen of this central
control is not returned to
normal display even if you
press the reset switch.
It is possible that the central control or power system has malfunction.
Contact your dealer.
Caution that performing of the monthly calculation (SC-SL4-BE only)
• We will consult about the compensation when the monthly calculation was not possible by the trouble of this
central control within the limits of this central control purchased amount. Please understand that we do not
compensate for the expense more than the purchased amount.
• Because the monthly calculation by this data does not conform to OIML, we cannot apply to public business.
• Please prepare the PC, spreadsheet such as EXCEL, printer, watt-hour meter, and gas meter that are required
for calculation.
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(2)Web function
PJZ012A102
Forgot the IP address
Forgot the IP address, made an incorrect setting
Refer to the SL4 central control setting.
Forgot the ID/password
A connection error occurs
Check whether the entered address was correct.
Click the "Refresh" button in Internet Explorer. If this will not
fix the problem, restart Internet Explorer.
The monitoring PC freezes every few months.
Restart Internet Explorer regularly.
If you are using Windows Vista, check whether the version
is SP1 or later. If you are using the earlier version of
Windows Vista, upgrade it to SP1 or later.
On-screen operation goes smoothly, but the actual air
conditioner does not operate.
Check whether you are operating in virtual mode.
Check the setting in the SL4 central control.
Temperature settings (10 deg. C to 17.5 deg. C and 30.5
deg. C to 35 deg. C) cannot be changed.
Some air conditioners may not allow the temperature settings
to be changed. Contact your dealer for advice.
Scheduled operation does not work
Check whether the schedule settings (Today's schedule and
detailed daily schedule) are configured correctly.
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13.CONNECTION EXAMPLE
Example : Up to 128 groups, which are set optionally with the central control SC-SL4-AE, BE can be controlled on the
basis of each group.
Note (1) A pair of center consol SC-SL4-AE, BE may be connected on the Super Link.
(2) Part or whole remote controls may be abbreviated.
F group
G group
E group
D group
H group
C group
B group
I group
A group
SC-SL4-AE · BE
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14. ID AND PASSWORD
In order to prevent unauthorized settings changes, user access levels are established. This restricts access to screens and operations
depending on the level. The factory default IDs and passwords below can be changed.
Building manager access level
Default ID : OPERATOR
Default Password : 123456
Maintenance User access level
Default ID : MHI
Password : 123456
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AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL SYSTEM
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems Headquarters
16-5, 2-chome, Kounan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-8215, Japan
Fax : (03) 6716-5926
Because of our policy of continuous improvement, we reserve the right to make changes in all specifications without notice.
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