Mitsubishi Electric JT-MC106G-W-NA Installation manual

875HJ9901
Hand dryer
JT-MC106G-W-NA
Unit color
Location of Name plate indicating
Model name and Electrical ratings
-W(White)
Input Power: 120 Vac Single-phase
Indoor use only
English
MODEL
For Dealers and Installers
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Read the manual thoroughly before beginning installation to ensure the unit is installed safely and correctly.
Installation shall comply with local requirements and Electrical Code and be performed by the dealer or a qualified
professional in accordance to local jurisdiction.
INDEX
Safety Precautions
2
Pre-installation checks
■ Checking the installation environment
3
3
■ Checking the unit, accessories
and items required for installation
3
Names of parts and external dimensions
4
Installation conditions
5
5
5
5
■ Required space for installation
■ Suitable walls
■ Making the unit easier to use
Installation method
6 – 11
Test Run
12
Initial setting checks
13
13
■ How to open/close the front cover
Precautions for when opening/closing
the front cover
■ Turning the heater on
■ Turning the sensor off before maintenance
13
14
15
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Français
The "INSTRUCTION MANUAL" is for the customer. Be sure to hand it to the customer.
Safety Precautions
The dangers arising from improper handling and the extents of the dangers are classified and explained as
shown below.
English
Warning
Prohibited
The following may lead to death or serious
personal injury if handled incorrectly.
Do not install in locations where they
may be leakages of combustible gas.
This may cause fires.
Do not install in locations where salt
damage may occur or where corrosive,
neutral or reductive gases are present.
This may cause malfunctions.
Do not scratch, damage, process,
excessively bend, pull, twist or bundle
the power cable.
Please also refrain from placing heavy
objects onto it or trapping it.
Failure to do so may damage the power
cable, causing fires or electric shocks.
Do not
disassemble
Do not attempt any disassembly or
modification of the unit that is not
expressly stated in this manual.
Doing so may result in fires, electric
shocks or injuries.
Do not use
in the baths/
shower room.
Do not use in a hot location such as a
shower room, where condensation may
form on the unit or where water may
splash directly onto the unit.
This may cause electric shocks or
malfunctions.
Caution
Prohibited
Important !
Follow
instructions.
Wiring work shall be done by a
licensed electrician in accordance with
electrical and building codes.
Incorrect wiring work may cause electric
shocks or fires.
Use single-phase 120 Vac power.
Using the incorrect power supply
may cause fires, electric shocks or
malfunctions.
Use delicated wiring for the power
source.
Using this unit with other devices on the
same branch circuit may cause abnormal
heat, which may cause fires.
The unit shall be installed in
accordance with appropriate wiring
regulations in accordance to local
jurisdiction.
A means for disconnection must be
incorporated in the fixed wiring in
accordance with wiring rules.
The disconnecting device shall be of
all-pole disconnection.
This hand dryer must have its own
delicated branch circuit using
AWG #12 or #14 copper wire.
The following may lead to injuries or damage to
property if the unit is handled incorrectly.
Do not install when the unit (power
cable) is energized.
Doing so may result in electric shocks.
Important !
Follow
instructions.
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Install securely in a location strong
enough to support the weight of the
unit.
Injuries may be caused if the unit falls off
the wall.
Wear gloves when installing the unit.
Not doing so may result in injuries.
Pre-installation checks
Warning
Input Power: 120 Vac Single-phase is used.
■ Checking the installation environment
Do not install the unit in the following types of locations.
(This may cause malfunctions.)
Outdoors Locations where the temperature could be lower than 32 F (0 C).
Locations where there is a lot of dust. Locations where the temperature could be higher than 104 F (40 C).
Locations where there is a lot of condensation. Locations where salt damage may occur.
Locations where the unit is in direct or strong sunlight (may cause the sensor to malfunction).
In vehicles (including ships and airplanes)
Locations where corrosive, neutral or reductive gasses are present.
(This may shorten the working life of the unit and/or cause malfunctions.)
Near food or tableware Locations where the unit may come into direct contact with water.
Kitchens
(Where there is a risk of water splashing.)
Rooms that have a sterilization basin, swimming pools and baths.
■ Checking the unit, accessories and items required for installation
Unit
※ Shaded areas in the figure indicate antibacterial material (excluding outlet nozzle areas).
Main unit
How to open/close the front cover
(refer to Page 13)
Accessories
Air filter
Mounting screws
7
(5×30 Type 1 tapping screws)
Lid
Drain tank
Front cover
1
Cord clip mounting screw
(4 × 14)
1
Cord clip
1
Open
Recommended tools and hardware to be used for installation
Screwdriver
Installation panel
Pen
※ To mark position to insert metal
screw plugs in the wall.
■ Prepare if required
Single wire for internal wiring
(Cable core: between 2.0mm² and 3.0mm²)
※ Not needed if the internal wiring is
complete.
Screw anchor
※ Use on concrete walls
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7
Wall reinforcement
※ Reinforces walls made of
materials other than concrete.
English
Using the incorrect power supply may cause fires, electric shocks or malfunctions.
Names of parts and external dimensions
18 7/8 " (480)
7 1/2 " (190)
English
3 15 /16"
(100)
6 7/16"
(163)
21/16"
(52)
1 9 /16"
(40)
5 7/16"(138.5)
Air filter
5 15/16 " (150)
1 1 /4 "
(31)
9 7/8 " (250)
9 7/8 " (251.5)
6 11 /16"
(170)
8 7/16 " (215)
1 /16"
Installation panel (2)
1 1 /8 " (28)
■ Main unit
Power
light
Drain tank
Unit (in. (mm))
NOTE
Confirm the details in the "Installation conditions" (Page 5).
■ Front
Inside the front cover
Power light
Front
cover
Setting switches
Air filter
Nozzle
Sensor light
Sensor
switch
Sensor
Lid
Heater light
Drain tank
Front cover
Water
receiver
area
Hand
drying
area
Open
Heater
switch
Power light
NOTE
Open the front cover while referring to "How to open/close the front cover" (Page 13).
Please refer to "Turning the heater on" (Page 14) while turning the heater on/off.
Please refer to "Turning the sensor off before maintenance" (Page 15) while turning the sensor on/off.
■ Rear
Power cord hole
Main unit
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Installation conditions
■ Required space for installation
Rear side
Top side
Be sure to secure at least the
distances listed in the righthand table from walls, flammable
(combustible) materials and so
Left side
on.
Main
unit
Right
side
■ Suitable walls
Unit (in. (mm))
When installing on a wall, select a wall with a flat
and even surface.
When installing on a concrete wall, use commercially
available metal screw plugs.
Reinforce any walls made with materials other than
concrete before installation.
Location
Isolation
distance
Above
Left
Right
Front
Below
5 15/16" (150)
3 15/16" (100)
5 15/16" (150)
Open
2" (50)
Bottom side
■ Making the unit easier to use
Guide from floor to
installation position
Men
: 51 3/8" (1305)
Women : 47 7/16" (1205)
When there is a sink,
585 from the top of
the sink should be the
approximate distance.
Unit (in. (mm))
■ Installation diagram
/"
Connector
1 2
5 1 /2 "
(140)
/ " (22)
Electrical
Conduit/Tubing
Unit (in. (mm))
A
23 1/16 " (585)
2 1/16"
(52)
5 15/16"
(150)
Installation
panel
7 8
■ Installation position guide
1 9/16"
(40)
5 7/16"(138.5)
Refer to the "Installation position guide" and
"Installation diagram" while installing the unit in order
to make it easier to use.
If it is installed at a low position, it may become wet
when the sink is being washed. If water enters the
unit, it may cause damage or cause the acoustic
materials to absorb water and allow bacteria to grow.
Do not install the main unit in locations such as
those near mirrors or walls. This may lead to water
drops flying to undesirable areas during the drying
of the hands.
Do not install the main unit in locations such as
those near food or eating utensils. This may lead to
water drops flying to undesirable areas during the
drying of the hands.
Avoid locations where people or doors might bump
into the unit.
9 7/8 " (251.5)
The top
surface
such as
washstands
5 5/8 "
(143)
FLOOR
※ When installed
above a sink
Recommended A measurements during installation
Unit (in. (mm))
Space below the unit
When there are no objects below
When there is an object such as a sink
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A
Men
51 / " (1305)
Women
47 7/16" (1205)
3 8
23 1/16" (585)
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Caution
Installation method
For confirmation
□ Input Power: 120 Vac Single-phase power is being used (using the incorrect power supply may cause fires,
electric shocks or malfunctions).
□ The ground fault circuit interrupter is attached (not attaching a ground fault circuit interrupter may result in
electric shocks).
□ A single wire (cable core: 2.0mm² or 3.0mm²) is being used for the power cable.
Caution
This hand dryer must have its own independent branch circuit using
AWG #12 or #14 copper wire.
Use 120 Vac power.
Using the incorrect power supply may cause fires, fumes, electric shocks
or malfunctions.
Power cord hole (rear)
Unit external shape
Wire it to the terminal block. (No polarity)
/ " (22)
5 1 /2 "
(140)
2 1/16"
(52)
5 15/16"
(150)
Follow the illustration on the right for the internal
wiring.
The power cable forces out the main unit and
does not allow proper installation if the conduit
box is not used.
5 7/16"(138.5)
/"
Connector
Terminal block
1 2
9 7/8 " (251.5)
Electrical
Conduit/Tubing
7 8
1. Confirm that the severing of wires
during fixed wiring work is in
accordance with wiring regulations.
Do not install when the unit (power
cable) is electrified.
Doing so may result in electric
shocks.
1 9/16"
(40)
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Warning
Mounting
hole position
below the
unit
5 5 /8 "
(143)
Unit (in. (mm))
4 15/16" (125)
/2" (12)
1
■ Single
wire
Unit (in. (mm))
min.
6 13/16"(173)
3. Position the installation panel on wall
so that the back electrical inlet can be
connected to the pre-installed electrical
conduit/tubing with the 1/2" (16mm)
connector.
Back Electrical Inlet
/ " Connector
1 2
min.
12 7/8"(327)
39 9/16"(1004.5)
- 43 1/2"(1104.5)
1
2. Remove 9/16"(15mm) of wire sheath from
the end.
Tighten to connect the
installation panel and
electrical conduit/tubing.
Unit (in. (mm))
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Installation method - continuation
Fix the installation panel onto the wall
with 5 accessory mounting screws
(5×30).
The "Installation position guide" illustrated on
the right is recommended.
When installing on a wall, select a wall with a
flat and even surface.
When installing on a concrete wall, use
commercially available metal screw plugs.
Mounting screws (5×30)
(Accessories)
Reinforce any walls made with materials
other than concrete before installation.
※ When installing above a sink, the
recommended B measurement is 23 1/16"
(585mm) above the sink.
■ Installation position guide
/ " (22)
Unit (in. (mm))
A
23 1/16 " (585)
2 1/16"
(52)
5 15/16"
(150)
7 8
5 1 /2 "
(140)
1 9/16"
(40)
5 7/16"(138.5)
2
/"
Connector
1 2
9 7/8 " (251.5)
Electrical
Conduit/Tubing
The top
surface
such as
washstands
5 5/8 "
(143)
FLOOR
Recommended A measurements during installation
Unit (in. (mm))
Space below the unit
When there are no objects below
When there is an object such as a sink
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A
Men
51 / " (1305)
Women
47 7/16" (1205)
3 8
23 1/16" (585)
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Installation panel
Installation method - continuation
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1. Remove the drain tank.
Drain tank
2. Open the front cover and remove the
air filter.
Tab
Air filter
Air filter
※ Refer to "How to open/close the front cover"
(Page 13).
3
Main unit
panel
Open
Pull the tab and open the front
cover.
3. Remove the main unit panel
mounting screw (1).
4. Unlock the upper tabs (2 locations)
of the main unit panel, and remove
the main unit panel from the base.
Pull the tab and open the front
cover.
Tab
Front cover
Main
unit panel
Base
Main unit panel
Tab
Main unit panel
mounting screw
5. Remove the terminal block cover
mounting screw (1), and remove the
terminal block cover.
※ Be careful not to lose the cord bushing.
Base
Terminal
block cover
mounting
screw
Base
Terminal block cover
Power cord hole
1. Push the power cable for exclusive
wiring through the power cord hole
at the rear of the base.
4
Cord bushing
Power cable
Ground wire
2. Engage the base with the 2 hooks on
the installation panel.
3. Check that the power cable is not
trapped behind the base.
Ground wire
Power cable
Power cord hole
Panel hooks
(2 locations)
Installation
panel
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Base
Installation method - continuation
Caution
Warning
Input Power: 120 Vac Single-phase is used.
Using the incorrect power supply may cause fires, electric shocks
or malfunctions.
Wire the power cable to the terminal block.
(No polarity)
English
Make sure that the main unit
does not fall as the base is not
attached to the wall with screws.
Injuries may be caused if the unit
falls off the wall.
4 15/16" (125)
/2" (12)
1
1. Remove 1/2"(12mm) (single wire).
■ Single
wire
2. Fix the power cable to the terminal block.
When stranded wire is used for the power
cable, attach an insulated ring tongue terminal
using an appropriate tool.
Proper torque is 1.5N·m
Unit (in. (mm))
Screw
Terminal block
3. Check that the power cable is
securely fixed to the terminal block.
5
Power
cable
Base
L
N
4. Fix the ground wire to the terminal
block.
Ground wire of
installation panel
Ground wire
Proper torque is 1.5N·m
Circuit case
5. Check that the ground wire is
securely fixed to the terminal block.
Power cable
Screw
Terminal block
Base
6. Use the cord clip mounting screw
hole to fix the power cable with the
accessory cord clip and mounting
screw (4 × 14).
Power
cable
Ground
wire
Ground wire of
installation panel
Proper torque is 1.5N·m
Fix it where the external wire sheath of the
power cable is when it is fixed in the cord clip
mounting position.
Do the wiring so that the power cable goes
through the right side of the circuit case.
The main unit panel may not be able to be
attached if it is above the circuit case.
Circuit case
Power cable
Cord clip
mounting
screw hole
Base
Power cable
Circuit case
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Cord clip
(Accessory)
Cord clip
mounting screw
(4×14)
(Accessory)
Installation method - continuation
1. Place the power cable through the
cord bushing and reattach it to the
circuit case with the terminal block
cover mounting screw.
2. Check that the power cable and wires
are not pinched anywhere.
Base
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6
Terminal block
cover mounting
screw
Terminal
block cover
Cord
bushing
1. Insert the "Motor lead wire" into the
gap of ribs on the Base.
Pull the tab for opening the
front cover.
Tab
Main unit panel
Caution
Front cover
Check to see that the "Moter lead wire" is
fitted to the gap of ribs.
Tab
Base
2. Insert the tabs (2 locations) of the
main unit panel into the locks of the
base hooks and fix it with screw (1).
The screw is inside the front cover.
Base
Main unit panel
Main unit panel
mounting screw
3. Check that the 2 hooks on the main
unit panel are hooked in the base.
Plug positioning
7
4. Gently press the unit against the wall,
and fix it in place using 2 accessory
mounting screws (5×30).
When installing on a concrete wall, use
commercially available metal screw plugs with
the procedures below before fixing the front
cover onto the base.
① Temporarily place the main panel on the
base.
② Mark the position of the hole in the wall
through the mounting screw hole with a
pen.
③ Remove the main unit panel and insert
commercially available metal screw plugs
into the marked locations of the wall.
Reinforce any walls made with materials other
than concrete before installation.
Main unit
panel
Installation
hole
Mounting screws
(5×30)
(Accessories)
Mounting screws
(5×30)
(Accessories)
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Mark the wall in
2 places
Plugging marks
on the wall
Installation method - continuation
1. Open the front cover and attach the air filter.
Air filter
Main unit
panel
3. Check that the front cover is securely closed.
Caution
8
Check to see that the front cover is fitted
securely.
Press against the front cover so that it is
firmly closed against the main panel.
※ Refer to "How to open/close the front
cover" (Page 13).
Gap
1
Front cover
Drain tank
① Close the right side
② Close the left side
(both the upper and lower parts)
4. Attach the drain tank.
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2
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2. Close the front cover and push the tab into
latch the front cover shut.
Test Run
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Step
What to check for
Is the proper power being used?
(JT-MC106G-W-NA type: Input Power: 120 Vac Single-phase )
1
Check the power supply
voltage
2
Turn the ground fault circuit
interrupter on.
3
Turn the sensor switch is "ON".
(page 4)
Are any lights in the display on?
4
Insert your hands to check if air is
being blow. (page 4)
Is the air blowing?
Turn the heater switch "ON".
(page 14)
Is warm air blowing?
(Even if the heater switch is "ON", the heater may not operate if
it is used continually.)
※ As the heater is a simple heater, the air may not feel so
warm if the room temperature is low (68 F (20 C) or below).
5
6
Check
Incorrect power supply may cause malfunctions or low
wind power.
Is the unit mounted securely without any vibration or abnormal
noises?
The maintenance light and heater light turn off after about 10 seconds. When the sensor switch or heater switch are
pressed again, the lights in the display section turn back on in the state where the settings have been made.
Caution
If the power light flashes, turn the breaker "OFF", check that power light is off, and then wait for 1 minute before
switching the breaker back "ON".
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Initial setting checks
■ How to open/close the front cover
How to open the front cover
1 Pull the tab for opening the 2 Hold the handle are on the 3 Open.
front cover.
right hand side of the main
unit.
Tab
Main unit
Front cover
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Main
unit
Handle
Pull
Front cover
Open
How to close the front cover
Caution
Close the front cover with the procedures for
opening it in reverse.
Check to see that the front cover is fitted securely.
Press the front cover on the upper and lower parts
against the main unit so that it is securely closed.
Close the front cover so that there is
no gap between the front cover and the
main unit and push the tab in to latch
the front cover shut.
Gap
Tab
Main unit
① Close the right side
Front cover
② Close the left side
(both the upper and lower parts)
Push
Precautions for when opening/closing the front cover
Click
If the front cover comes off, please reattach it with the
following procedures.
※ It is designed to come off in order to prevent damage if it
is opened too wide.
1 Press the bottom connecting part of the
removed front cover into the bottom panel
hook of the unit.
2 Press the top connecting part of the front
cover into the top panel hook of the unit.
Gap
Connecting
part of the Panel hook
front cover of the unit
3 Check that the front cover is fitted securely.
Make sure that there is no gap
between the front cover and the unit
when the front cover is closed.
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Initial setting checks - Continuation
■ Turning the heater on
1 Open the front cover.
Open
Front cover
2 Press the heater switch or the maintenance
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switch and let the settings light turn on.
3 Turn the heater switch "ON".
Heater switch
※ The heater may not operate during continued use as there is
the danger of scalding when the temperature of the warm air
rises.
The air may not feel warm when the room temperature is low
(68 F (20 C) or below).
Checking the settings
The heater light and maintenance light turn off after about
10 seconds after their settings are made (to save energy).
To check the settings, press either the heater or maintenance
switch.
■ Settings and drying times guide
Drying times guide ※
Noise
(approx.) 13 seconds
(approx.) 64dB
※ Drying times are based on Mitsubishi measurements. (50mg of water per hand)
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Heater
light
Heater
switch
Initial setting checks - Continuation
■ Turning the sensor off before maintenance
1 Pull the tab and open the front cover.
Tab
Pull
Front cover
Front cover
2 Open the front cover.
Sensor
light
Sensor
switch
Open
3 Press the sensor switch and let the setting
light turn on.
4 Turn the sensor switch "ON".
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English
Main unit
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