Wired Controller XK46

Wired Controller XK46
Owner's Manual
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Wired Controller XK46
User Notices
◆The power supply for all indoor units must be unified.
◆Prohibit installing the wired controller at wet or sunshine places.
◆Do not knock, throw or frequently disassemble the wired controller.
◆Do not operate the wired controller with wet hands.
◆In one system network, you must set one indoor unit as the master
indoor unit, Other indoor units are slave indoor units .
◆ The operation mode of the system is basing on that of master indoor
unit. Master indoor unit can switch to any modes, while slave unit can’t
switch to the mode that is conflicting with master indoor unit.
◆ When master indoor unit changes mode which cause operation mode of
slave indoor unit conflicts with that of system, the operation mode of slave
unit will switch to the operate mode of system automatically.
◆When two wired controllers control one (or more) indoor unit(s), the
address of wired controller should be different.
◆Functions with “*” are optional for indoor units. If a function is not
included in an indoor unit, wired controller can’t set the function, or setting
of this function is invalid to the indoor unit.
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CONTENTS
1 DISPLAY .................................................................................................................. 4
1.1 LCD OF WIRED CONTROLLER ................................................................... 4
1.2 LCD DISPLAY INSTRUCTION ...................................................................... 5
2 BUTTONS ............................................................................................................... 7
2.1 BUTTON GRAPHICS ..................................................................................... 7
2.2 FUNCTION INSTRUCTION OF BUTTONS ................................................. 7
3 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING .......................................................... 8
3.1 INSTALLATION OF WIRED CONTROLLER ............................................... 8
3.2 COMMISSIONING ........................................................................................ 13
4 OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................... 20
4.1 ON/OFF .......................................................................................................... 20
4.2 MODE SETTING ........................................................................................... 20
4.3 TEMPERATURE SETTING.......................................................................... 21
4.4 FAN SETTING................................................................................................ 22
4.5 TIMER SETTING ........................................................................................... 22
4.6 SWING SETTING .......................................................................................... 25
4.7 QUIET SETTING ........................................................................................... 26
4.8 SLEEP SETTING........................................................................................... 27
4.9 AIR SETTING* ............................................................................................... 28
4.10 LIGHT ON/OFF SETTING.......................................................................... 29
4.11 SAVE SETTING ........................................................................................... 30
4.12 FILTER CLEAN REMINDER SETTING.................................................... 31
4.13 X-FAN SETTING ......................................................................................... 33
4.14 OUT SETTING ............................................................................................. 33
4.15 REMOTE SHIELD FUNCTION.................................................................. 33
4.16 CHILD LOCK FUNCTION .......................................................................... 34
4.17 GATE-CONTROL FUNCTION ................................................................... 34
5 ERROR DISPLAY ................................................................................................ 34
5.1 TABLE OF ERROR CODES FOR OUTDOOR UNIT ................................ 35
5.2 TABLE OF ERROR CODES FOR INDOOR UNIT .................................... 37
5.3 TABLE OF DEBUGGING CODES............................................................... 38
5.4 TABLE OF STATUS CODES ........................................................................ 38
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1 DISPLAY
Fig. 1.1 Appearance of wired controller
1.1 LCD OF WIRED CONTROLLER
Fig. 1.2 LCD graphics of wired controller
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1.2 LCD DISPLAY INSTRUCTION
Table 1.1 LCD display instruction
No.
Symbols
Instructions
1
Up and down swing function
*
2
Left and right swing function
It's valid under Save mode and displays during setting process.
Temperature lower limit for Cooling: Limit the minimum temperature
value under Cooling or Dry mode.
Temperature upper limit for Heating: Limit the maximum
temperature value under Heating, Space Heating or 3D Heating
mode.
3
*
4
Auto mode (Under Auto mode, the indoor units will automatically
select their operating mode as per the temperature
change so as to make the ambient comfortable.)
5
It shows the setting temperature value(In case the wired controller
is controlling a Fresh Air Indoor Unit, then the
temperature zone will display FAP)
6
Cooling mode
7
Dry mode
8
Fan mode
9
Heating mode
10
When inquiring or setting project number of indoor unit, it displays
"NO." icon
*
11
12
13
Floor Heating mode (When Heating and Floor Heating
simultaneously shows up, it indicates 3D Heating is activated.)
Display "SET" icon under parameter setting interface
-
*
Space Heating mode
14
Display "CHECK" icon under parameter view interface
15
Outdoor unit operates under Save mode/upper limit of system
capacitor less 100%/remote Save status
16
Sleep status
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Current set fan speed (including auto, low speed, medium-low
speed, medium speed, medium-high speed, high speed
and turbo seven status)
17
18
*
Air status, Indoor unit optional function
19
Remind to clean the filter
20
Quiet status (including Quiet and Auto Quiet two status)
*
21
Allow auxiliary electric heating On icon
22
Light On/Off function
23
X-fan function
24
25
*
Health function, Indoor unit optional function
*
Reserved function
26
Out function
27
Outdoor unit defrosting status
28
Gate-control function
29
Shielding status
30
Child Lock status
31
One wired controller controls multiple indoor units
32
Save status of indoor unit
33
It indicates the current wired controller is the slave wired controller
(address of wired controller is 02)
34
Memory status (The indoor unit resumes the original setting state
after power failure and then power recovery)
35
Invalid operation
36
Current wired controller connects master indoor unit
37
Timer zone:Display system clock and timer status
Note: When wired controller is connected with different indoor units, some functions will be different
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2 BUTTONS
2.1 BUTTON GRAPHICS
Fig. 2.1 Button graphics
2.2 FUNCTION INSTRUCTION OF BUTTONS
Table 2.1 Function instruction of buttons
No.
Buttons
1
ENTER/CANCEL
Instructions
Select and cancel function
(1) Set operating temperature of indoor unit
(2) Set Timer
(3) Switch Quiet mode, Air grade, Clean grade, set upper
and lower temperature limit under Save mode
(4) Set and inquiry parameter
2
5
3
SLEEP
Set Sleep mode
4
FAN
Switch among auto, low speed, low-medium speed, medium
speed, medium-high speed, high speed and turbo status
6
MODE
Switch Auto,Cooling, Dry, Fan, Heating, Floor Heating, 3D
Heating and Space Heating modes for indoor unit. (Note:
The Floor Heating, 3D Heating and Space Heating function
icon will show up when the unit has those functions.)
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FUNCTION
Switch among Air, Quiet, Light, Health, Out, Save, Clean,
E-heater and X-fan functions.
8
TIMER
Timer setting
9
SWING
Set up and down swing status
10
ON/OFF
Indoor unit On/Off
2+5
+
Simultaneously press “
” and “
cancel the Child Lock function.
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” for 5s to enter or
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3 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
Fig. 3.1.2 Parts of wired controller
No.
1
2
3
Name
Panel of wired controller
Self-tapping Screw ST3.9X25 MA
Soleplate of wired controller
Q'ty
1
3
1
3.1 INSTALLATION OF WIRED CONTROLLER
3.1.1 Communication Line Selection
Fig. 3.2 Length of communication line
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Wire material
type
Total length of
communication line
between indoor unit
and wired controller
L (m)
Light/Ordinary
Polyvinyl chloride
sheathed cord.
(60227 IEC 52
/60227 IEC 53)
Note:
①
②
L≤250
Wire size
(mm )
2
2×0.75~2×
1.25
Material
standard
Remarks
IEC
60227-5:20
07
(1)Total length of
communication line can't
exceed 250m
(2)The cord shall be Circular
cord (the cores shall be
twisted together).
(3)If unit is installed in places
with intense magnetic field or
strong interference, it is
necessary to use shielded
wire.
If the air conditioner is installed at the strong electromagnetic interference place,
communication line of the wired controller must use shielding twisted pair.
Materials of communication line for wired controller must be selected according to this
instruction manual strictly
3.1.2 Installation requirements
(1) Prohibit installing the wired controller at wet places.
(2) Prohibit installing the wired controller at direct sunshine places.
(3) Prohibit installing the wired controller at the place near high temperature objects or
water-splashing places.
(4) Prohibit installing the wired controller at the place where faces forward to the
window. Prevent abnormal work due to the interference from the other wired
controller around.
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3.1.3 Wiring Requirements
There are four network wiring methods between wired controller and indoor unit:
Fig. 3.3 One wired controller controls one indoor unit
Fig. 3.4 Two wired controllers control one
indoor unit
Fig. 3.5 One wired controller controls multiple indoor units simultaneously
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Fig. 3.6 Two wired controllers control multiple indoor units simultaneously
Wiring instructions:
(1) When one wired controller controls multiple indoor units simultaneously, the wired
controller can connect to any one indoor unit, but the connected indoor unit must be
the same series indoor unit. The total quantity of indoor unit controlled by wired
controller can't exceed 16 sets, and the connected indoor unit must be within the
same indoor unit's network. Wire controller must set quantity of group control indoor
units. Please refer to 3.2.3 Parameters Setting.
(2) When two wired controllers control one indoor unit, the addresses of those two
wired controllers should be different. Please refer to 3.2.3 parameter setting.
(3) When two wired controllers control multiple indoor units, wired controller can
connected to any one indoor unit, while the connected indoor unit should be the
same series indoor unit. The addresses of those two wired controllers should be
different. Please refer to 3.2.3 parameter setting. The total quantity of indoor unit
controlled by wired controller can't be more than 16 sets and all connected indoor
units must be within the same indoor unit network. Wire controller must set quantity
of group control indoor units. Please refer to 3.2.3 Parameters Setting.
(4) When one (or two) wired controller(s) control(s) multiple indoor units at the same
time, the controlled indoor unit's setting should be the same.
(5) Wiring of wired controller and indoor unit network must be according to one of the
four wiring method as shown in fig 3.3-3.6. As for the connection method shown in
fig 3.4 and 3.6, there should be only one master wired controller (address is 01) and
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one slave wired controller (address 02). The quantity of wired controller can't
exceed two.
Note:
Series of indoor units include:①Common Multi VRF Units;②Fresh Air Units;③
Double-heat Sources Units;④Combined Units; Except for fresh air units, double-heat
sources units and combined units, the rest of indoor units belong to common multi VRF
units.
3.1.4 Installation
Fig. 3.7 Installation diagram for wired controller
Fig. 3.7 is the simple installation process of wired controller; please pay attention to the
following items:
(1) Before installation, please cut off the power for indoor unit.
(2) Pull out the two-core twisted pair from the installation hole on wall, and then pull this
wire through the " ” shape hole at the rear side of Soleplate of wired controller.
(3)Stick the bottom plate of wired controller on the wall and then use Self-tapping Screw
ST3.9X25 MA to fix Soleplate and installation hole on wall together.
(4) Connect two-core twisted pair to H1 and H2 wiring column and then fix the screws.
(5) Set two-core into the groove at left side of wiring column, and then bundle panel and
Soleplate of wired controller together.
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Note: If the wire size of the selected communication line is too large, you can peel some
sheath layer of communication wire to satisfy installation requirements.
3.1.5 Disassembly
Fig. 3.8 Disassembly diagram of wired controller
3.2 COMMISSIONING
3.2.1 Set Master Indoor Unit
Under Off status, long press MODE button for 5s to set the corresponding indoor
unit of wired controller as master indoor unit. “MASTER” icon will be light after finishing
setting.
Note:
① There is a master indoor unit in a system, other slave indoor units can be set as
master unit, in which case, the original master unit will become a slave unit.
② In one system, only one set of master indoor unit is allowed. If system detects that
there are several master units, it will designate the unit with the smallest project
number as a master unit.
3.2.2 Parameter Enquiry
Unit parameters can be checked in unit On or Off status.
(1) Long press “FUNCTION” button for 5s to enter the interface of viewing unit
parameters. “C00” is displayed in temperature zone and “CHECK” icon is light;
(2) Press “
” or “
” button to select parameter code;
(3) Press “ENTER/CANCEL” button to return to last step until exits viewing parameters.
The parameter enquiry list is as following:
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Table 3.1 Parameters viewing list
Param
eter
code
C00
Parameter
name
Entrance of
adjustable
parameter
C01
View the
project number
of indoor unit
and locate the
faulted indoor
unit
C03
View the
indoor unit
quantity of the
system
network
Parameter
range
Viewing method
--
In “C00” status, Timer zone shows the
current indoor unit project number.
When one wired controller is
controlling multiple indoor units, then
only the smallest project number will be
displayed.
1-255;
Project number
of online indoor
unit
Operation method:
Enter viewing, press MODE button in
“C01” status to enter the interface of
viewing indoor unit project number.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select the
project number of indoor unit.
Display method:
Temperature zone: displays error
codes of the current indoor unit( The
temperature zone will display the error
codes in turn with an interval of 3
seconds if there are several
malfunctions in one indoor unit.)
Timer zone: displays present indoor
unit project number /C5 malfunction of
project number conflict
Note:
1) If master indoor unit exists in current
indoor unit network, “MASTER” icon
will be bright under “C01” interface.
After entering the interface of viewing
project number, “MASTER” icon will be
bright only when the project number of
master indoor unit is selected.
2) System will not exit “C01” viewing
automatically. User has to exit this
interface manually.
Timer zone: display indoor unit quantity
of the system
1-80
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C06
View priority
operation
Operation method:
Enter viewing: press MODE button in
“C06” status to enter the interface of
viewing priority operation. Press “ ” or
“ ” button to select indoor unit.
Display method:
Temperature zone: displays current
indoor unit project number;
Timer zone: displays current priority
operation setting value of indoor unit.
00: normal
operation
01: priority
operation
Operation method:
Enter viewing: press MODE button in
“C07” status to enter the interface of
viewing indoor ambient temperature.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select
indoor unit.
Display method:
Temperature zone: displays current
indoor unit project number;
Timer zone: displays indoor ambient
temperature.
C07
View indoor
ambient
temperature
C08
View Filter
Clean
Reminder time
4-416: days
C09
View address
of wired
controller
01, 02
Timer zone: displays the address of
wired controller
C11
View the
indoor unit
quantity in the
case that one
wired
controller
controls
several indoor
units at the
same time
1-16
Timer zone: displays the indoor unit
quantity controlled by the wired
controller
C12
View outdoor
ambient
temperature
-
--
Timer zone: displays Filter Clean
Reminder time
Timer zone: displays outdoor ambient
temperature
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C17
C18
View indoor
relative
humidity
One-button
viewing of
indoor unit
project number
20~90
relative
humidity20%~
90%
Operation method:
Enter into review process and press
“MODE” button to enter into the review
interface of indoor relative humidity
under C17 status. Press “ ” or “ ”
button to switch the number of indoor
unit.
Display method:
Temp area: display current indoor
unit’s project number
Timer zone: display indoor relative
humidity
1-255:Project
Number of
online indoor
unit
Operation method:
Enter viewing, short-press “MODE”
button in “C18” status to turn on the
function of one-button viewing indoor
unit project code, and the wired
controller will enter the interface of
viewing indoor unit project code. Press
“ ” or “ ” button to select the indoor
unit.
Display method:
Temperature zone: displays number of
the current indoor unit
Timer zone: displays project number of
indoor unit
Note:
1) After turning on the one-button
viewing function, each wired controller
of the entire system will display the
project number of its controlling indoor
unit on its timer zone. (The timer zone
will display different project numbers in
turn with an interval of 3 seconds if one
wired controller is controlling multiple
indoor units.)
2) Slave wired controller cannot view
“C18”.
Cancel method:
1) If user exits the “C18” interface
manually, the one-button viewing
function will be immediately turned off.
2) If system exits the “C18” interface
due to no action in 20 seconds, user
has to press the “ON/OFF” button
under on/off status to cancel this
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function.
3) After the one-button viewing function
is turned on, pressing the “ON/OFF”
button of any wired controller of the
same system network under on/off
status will cancel this function.
C20
View the air
outlet
temperature of
Fresh Air
Indoor Unit*
Operation method:
Enter viewing, short-press “MODE”
button in “C20” status to enter the
interface of viewing air outlet
temperature of Fresh Air Indoor Unit.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select the
indoor unit.
Display method:
Temperature zone: displays current
indoor unit project number
Timer zone: displays air outlet
temperature of Fresh Air Indoor Unit
Note: only applicable to Fresh Air
Indoor Unit.
--
Note:
① Under parameter viewing status, FAN, TIMER, SLEEP and SWING buttons are
invalid. Press “ON/OFF” button to go back to the home page, while not to turn
on/off the unit.
② Under parameter viewing status, the signal from remote controller is invalid.
3.2.3 Parameter Setting
Unit parameters can be set in unit On or Off status.
(1) Long press FUNCTION button for 5s and the temperature zone displays “C00”; long
press FUNCTION button for another 5s to enter the interface of setting wired
controller parameters. “P00” is displayed in temperature zone;
(2) Press “
” or “
” button to select parameter code. Press MODE button to enter
parameter setting. At that time, parameter value is blinking. Press “
” or “
”
button to adjust the parameter value and press ENTER/CANCEL button to finish
setting.
(3) Press ENTER/CANCEL button to return to last step until exists setting parameters.
The parameter setting list is as following:
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Table 3.2 Parameter setting list
Parameter
code
Parameter
name
P10
Set master
indoor unit
P11
Set infrared
receiver of
wired
controller
Parameter
range
Default
value
00: do not change
current master/slave
state of indoor unit
01: set current
indoor
unit as master indoor
unit
00: forbidden
01: activated
Note
00
When set the corresponding
indoor unit of wired controller as
master indoor unit,“MASTER”
icon will be bright after finishing
setting.
01
It can be set only through master
wired controller.
When infrared receiver of wired
controller is forbidden, the wired
controller can’t receive the signal
from remote controller and it is
operated through buttons.
P13
01: master wired
Set address
controller
of wired
02: slave wired
controller
controller
01
When two wired controllers
control one indoor unit (or several
indoor units), the addresses of the
two wired controllers should be
different. Assistant wired
controller (02) is without unit
parameter setting function except
setting its address.
P14
Set quantity
of group
control
indoor units
01
Set the corresponding value
according to the connected indoor
unit quantity.
P16
Set unit of
00:Celsius
temperature 01:Fahrenheit
00
--
05
There are two kinds of static
pressure level:
5 levels: 03, 04, 05, 06, 07
9 levels: 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06,
07, 08, 09
Wired controller can be adapted
to the different types of indoor
units that it possesses 1-9 level
selection for setting static
pressure. When the indoor unit
with 5 static pressure levels
received the level setting sent by
wired controller is less than 3, it
will be settled as the 3rd level; if it
is over 7, it will be settled as the
7th level.
P30
Set static
pressure of
indoor fan
motor
00: forbid this
function
01-16: indoor unit
quantity
01-09: static
pressure level of
indoor fan motor
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P31
High ceiling
installation*
00: installation
height of standard
ceiling
01: installation
height of high ceiling
P33
Set Timer
00: general timer
01: clock timer
P34
Clock Timer
00: once
repetition is
01: repeat everyday
valid
00
P37
Cooling
setting
17°C~30°C(63°F~86
temperature
°F)
under auto
mode
25°C
(77°F)
P38
Heating
setting
16°C~29°C(61°F~84
temperature
°F)
under auto
mode
20°C
(68°F)
00
Only applicable to cassette units
00
--
Available only when timer is set to
clock timer.
When the temperature unit is°C,
cooling setting temperature minus
heating setting temperature≥1°C.
When the temperature unit is°F,
cooling setting temperature minus
heating setting temperature≥2°F.
00
When power supply is insufficient,
the indoor units which are set to
priority operation can operate,
while other indoor units are forced
to be turned off.
Clear Filter
Clean
00: do not clear
accumulated 01: clear
time
00
--
P49
Opening
angle of
indoor unit
air-return
plate*
01
Only applicable to units with
air-return plate
P50
Air outlet
temperature
setting for
16°C~30°C
Fresh Air
Indoor Unit
in cooling*
18°C
Only applicable to Fresh Air
Indoor Unit
P43
Set priority
operation
P46
00: normal operation
01: priority operation
01: angle 1(25°)
02: angle 2(30°)
03: angle 3(35°)
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P51
P54
Air outlet
temperature
setting for
16°C~30°C
Fresh Air
Indoor Unit
in heating*
Union
setting of
Fresh Air
Indoor Unit*
22°C
00: without union
control
01: with union
control
00
Only applicable to Fresh Air
Indoor Unit
After union function is set, Fresh
Air Indoor Unit will be turned
on/off following the on/off status
of common indoor unit. Besides,
Fresh Air Indoor Unit can also be
turned on/off manually.
Note: only applicable to Fresh Air
Indoor Unit.
Note:
① Under parameter setting status, FAN, TIMER, SLEEP and SWING button are
invalid. Press ON/OFF button to go back to home page, but not turning on/off the
unit.
② Under parameter setting status, the signal from remote controller is invalid.
4 OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
4.1 ON/OFF
Press ON/OFF button to turn on the unit. Press ON/OFF button again to turn off
the unit. The interfaces of On/Off status are shown in fig. 4.1 and 4.2.
Fig. 4.1 Interface of On status
Fig. 4.2 Interface of Off status
4.2 MODE SETTING
Under On status, pressing MODE button can set mode circularly as:
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OR
Note:
① the available modes are different for different models, the wired controller will
automatically select mode setting range according to the model of indoor unit.
② The Auto mode can be only set at the master indoor unit.
③ Under Auto mode, if the indoor unit is running under Cooling, the icons“ ” and
“
” will light up; if the indoor unit is running under Heating, the icons“
“
” will light up.
” and
4.3 TEMPERATURE SETTING
Pressing “
” or “
by 1°C; holding “
” button in On status increases or decreases set temperature
” or “
” button increases or decreases set temperature by 1°C
every 0.3s.
In Cooling, Fan, Heating, Floor Heating, 3D Heating or Space Heating mode,
temperature setting range is 16°C~30°C.
In Dry mode, the temperature setting range is 12°C, 16°C~30°C. In Dry mode,
when temperature is 16°C, continuously press “
” button twice to decrease
temperature to 12°C (when save function is activated, the temperature in Dry mode
can’t be adjusted to 12°C and the setting range is “lowest temperature in Save mode” ~
30°C).
Note:
① Under Auto mode or Out function is activated, the setting temperature can not be
adjusted by pressing “ ” or “ ”.
② When the wired controller is connected with a Fresh Air Indoor Unit, fresh air
indoor unit code “FAP” will be displayed as shown below. Setting temperature
won’t be displayed and can’t be adjusted via “ ” or “ ” button. The air outlet
temperature in cooling or heating can only be set in the parameter setting status.
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4.4 FAN SETTING
Under On status, pressing FAN button can set fan speed circularly as:
Note:
① In Dry mode, fan speed is low and can’t be adjusted.
② When the wired controller is connected with a Fresh Air Indoor Unit, fan speed of
indoor unit will be high fan speed only. Fan speed of indoor unit can’t be adjusted
via “FAN” button.
③ If indoor unit’s fan speed is set auto, indoor unit will change fan speed
automatically according to room temperature in order to make the room
temperature more stable and comfortable.
4.5 TIMER SETTING
The wired controller is equipped with two kinds of timer: general timer and clock
timer. General timer is factory defaulted setting. Please refer to Section 3.2.3 for the
timer setting way.
4.5.1 General Timer
Unit On/Off after a desired hour can be set through general timer.
Set Timer: when timer is not set, press TIMER button to enter timer setting and
“HOUR” icon is blinking. Press “
” or “
” button to adjust timer time. Press TIMER
button to save the setting and then exit setting.
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Cancel Timer: when timer is set, press TIMER button to cancel it.
Timer setting range: 0.5~24h. Pressing “
timer time by 0.5h; holding “
” or “
” or “
” button increases or decreases
” button increases or decreases timer time by
0.5h every 0.3s.
In unit On status, timer Off setting is as shown in fig. 4.3
Press TIMER button to set timer
Press “
” or “
” button to adjust timer time
Press TIMER button to finish timer setting
Fig. 4.3 Timer Off setting in unit On status
4.5.2 Clock Setting
Clock display: when the timer setting way is clock timer, timer zone displays
system clock in unit On and Off status. “
”icon is bright and the clock can be set at
this time.
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Clock setting: long press TIMER button for 5s to enter clock setting and “
icon is blinking. Pressing “
holding “
” or “
” or “
”
” button increases or decreases clock time by 1min;
” button for 5s increases or decreases clock time by 10min; Press
ENTER/CANCEL button or TIMER button to save the setting and then exit setting.
4.5.3 Clock Timer
Unit On/Off at a certain time can be set through clock timer.
Set Timer:
(1) Press TIMER button to enter timer on setting and the “ON” icon is blinking;
(2) Press “
” or “
” button to adjust unit On time. Press ENTER/CANCEL button
to finish setting;
(3) Before pressing ENTER/CANCEL button, pressing TIMER button can save unit
On time and then switch to unit Off time setting with “OFF” icon blinking;
(4) Press “
” or “
” button to adjust unit Off time. Press ENTER/CANCEL button
to finish setting;
Cancel Timer:
Press TIMER button to enter timer setting; press TIMER button again to switch to
the setting of unit ON time or unit Off time; press ENTER/CANCEL button to cancel
timer.
Pressing “
or “
” or “
” button increases or decreases timer time by 1min; holding “
” button for 5s increases or decreases timer time by 10min.
Clock Timer setting is as shown in fig. 4.4:
Unit is on and timer is not set
Press TIMER button to set unit On time
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Press TIMER button to switch to unit Off time setting
Press “
” or “
” button to
Press “
” or “
” button to adjust unit On time
Press ENTER/CANCEL button
adjust unit Off timeTIMER
to finish settingPress
Fig. 4.4 Unit On/Off time setting in unit On status
4.6 SWING SETTING
In unit on status, up & down swing function and left & right swing function can be
set.
(1) Up & down swing function
Up & down swing function has two modes: simple swing mode and fixed-angle
swing mode. In unit off status, press “SWING” button and “
” button together for 5
seconds to switch between simple swing mode and fixed-angle swing mode. Up &
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down swing icon
will blink during switching.
1)When simple swing mode is set in unit on status, press “SWING” button to start
or stop up & down swing.
2)When fixed-angle swing mode is set in unit on status, press “SWING” button to
adjust swing angle circularly as below:
(2) Left & right swing function*:
Start left & right swing: In unit on status, press “FUNCTION” button to switch to left
& right swing function with left & right swing icon
blinking, and then press
“ENTER/CANCLE” button to start left & right swing. When left & right swing is activated,
left & right swing icon
will be bright.
Cancel left & right swing: When left & right swing is activated, press “FUNCTION”
button to switch to left & right swing with left & right swing icon
blinking, and then
press “ENTER/CANCLE” button to cancel left & right swing.
4.7 QUIET SETTING
Quiet Function: decrease the noise of indoor unit and achieve the quiet effect.
Quiet function has two modes: Quiet mode and Auto Quiet mode. It is available only in
Auto, Cooling, Dry, Fan, Heating, 3D heating, Space heating mode.
Turn on Quiet Function: press FUNCTION button to turn to Quiet function and then
Quiet icon “
” or auto quiet icon “
” is blinking. At this moment, press “
” or “
”
button to switch between quiet and auto quiet, and then press ENTER/CANCEL button
to activate.
Turn off Quiet Function: press FUNCTION button to turn to Quiet function and then
press ENTER/CANCEL button to cancel Quiet function.
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The setting of Quiet function is as shown in fig. 4.5:
Press FUNCTION button to turn
to Quiet function
Note:
①
②
Press “
” or “ ” button to switch
between Quiet and Auto Quiet
AT
Press ENTER/CANCEL button to activate
Quiet function
Fig. 4.5 Setting of Quiet function
When Quiet function is enabled, indoor unit will operate at quiet fan speed. Fan
speed is lowered so as to reduce the noise of indoor fan motor.
When Auto Quiet function is enabled, indoor unit will change fan speed
automatically according to room temperature. After room temperature reaches
a set point, unit will operate at quiet fan speed.
4.8 SLEEP SETTING
Sleep Function: in this mode, the unit will operate according to the preset sleep
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curve to provide comfortable sleep environment.
Turn on/off Sleep Function: in unit On status, press SLEEP button to activate. or
cancel Sleep function.
When Sleep function is activated, “
” icon is bright and quiet or auto quiet mode
is also activated.
When Sleep function is closed, if quiet function is activated before starting Sleep
function, only sleep function is closed while quiet function is still activated;
Under Auto, Fan or Floor Heating mode, this Sleep function is not available.
4.9 AIR SETTING*
Air Function: Adjust the amount of indoor fresh air to improve air quality and keep
indoor air fresh.
Turn on Air Function: When unit is on or off, press FUNCTION button and select
Air. “
” icon will blink and the unit enters into Air setting. Temperature zone shows
the level of Air setting, which can be adjusted by pressing “
adjustment range is 1~10. Press
” or “
” button. The
ENTER/CANCEL button to turn on Air function.
Turn off Air Function: When Air function is on, press FUNCTION button to select
Air, then press ENTER/CANCEL button to cancel this setting.
Fig.4.6 Shows how to turn on Air function:
Press FUNCTION button and select Air
Press “
” or “
” button to adjust the level of
Air setting
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Press ENTER/CANCEL button to turn on Air function
Note:
①
Fig.4.6 Turn on Air Function
Air function is only effective for units with air function and fresh air motorized air
valve (abbr. fresh air valve).
②
The following table indicates the opening time of fresh air valve per unit of time
(60min) corresponding to the level of Air setting. Opening time of fresh air valve is
the initial N minutes per unit of time. Example: The level of Air setting is set to 1,
then unit starts timing and fresh air valve is open. 6 minutes later, fresh air valve is
closed and unit keeps running. After timing for 60minutes, unit restarts timing and
fresh air valve is open again. 6 minutes later, the valve is closed and the cycle
repeats.
Level of
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Air setting
Opening
time of
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
Always
fresh air
/6
/12
/18
/24
/30
/36
/42
/48
/54
on
valve
Note: time indicated in the table: unit’s operating time (min) / opening time of fresh air
valve per operating time (min)
4.10 LIGHT ON/OFF SETTING
Light On/Off Function: Light of indoor unit can be turned on or off.
Turn on the Light: When unit is on or off, press FUNCTION button to select Light
function.“
” icon will blink. Press ENTER/CANCEL to turn on the light
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Turn off the Light: When light of indoor unit is on, press FUNCTION button to select
Light. Then press ENTER/CANCEL to turn off the light.
Note:
When there is no button operation on the wired controller or no remote control
signal is received for 20s continuously:
① If Light function is activated, the back light of LCD will turn to half bright.
②
If Light function is off, the back light of LCD will be off.
4.11 SAVE SETTING
Save Function: Air conditioner can be operated in small temperature range by
setting the minimum temperature under Cooling and Dry modes and setting maximum
temperature under Heating, 3D Heating and Space Heating modes. Thus, energy
saving can be realized.
Save Setting:
Save Setting for Cooling: When unit is on and under Cooling or Dry mode, press
FUNCTION button to select Save function. “
” icon will blink and MIN icon lit up.
Press “
” or “
” button to adjust to the minimum temperature. Press
ENTER/CANCEL button to activate this function.
Fig.4.7 Shows how to set Save function for Cooling:
Press FUNCTION button and select Save
Press “
” or “
” button to adjust the
minimum temperature
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Press ENTER/CANCEL button to activate Save function
Fig.4.7 Save Setting for Cooling
Save Setting for Heating: When unit is on and under Heating, 3D Heating and
Space Heating modes, press FUNCTION button to select Save function. “
” icon will
blink and MAX icon lit up. Press “
” or “
” button to adjust the MAXIMUM
temperature. Press ENTER/CANCEL button to turn on this function.
Turn off Save Function: Press FUNCTION button and select Save function. “
”
icon blinks. Then press ENTER/CANCEL button to cancel this setting.
4.12 FILTER CLEAN REMINDER SETTING
Filter Clean Reminder Function: Unit will remember its own operating time. When
the setting time is up, this function will remind you to clean the filer. A dirty filter will
result in bad heating and cooling performance, abnormal protection, bacteria gathering,
etc.
Turn on Filter Clean Reminder Function: When unit is on, press FUNCTION button
and select Filter Clean Reminder. “
” icon will blink. Press “ ” or “ ” button to
adjust the cleaning level, of which the range is 00, 10-39. Press ENTER/CANCEL to
turn on this function
Turn off Filter Clean Reminder Function: When unit is on and this function has
been turned on, press FUNCTION button and select Clean. Then “
” icon will blink.
Set the cleaning level as 00 and press ENTER/CANCEL function to cancel this setting.
When Filter Clean Reminder time is up, “
” icon will light up to remind you to
clean the filer. Press FUNCTION button to turn to Filter Clean Reminder Function, then
press SWING/ENTER to cancel reminding, and it will retime according to the original
cleaning level. The clean reminding can be cancel only when you didn’t reset the
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cleaning level under the setting of Filter Clean Reminder Function.
Fig.4.8 Shows how to turn on Filter Clean Reminder function:
Press FUNCTION button and select Clean
Press “
” or “
” button to adjust the
cleaning level
Press ENTER/CANCEL button to activate Clean function
Fig.4.8 Turn on Filter Clean Reminder Function
Note:
Description on cleaning level: When setting the Filter Clean Reminder Function,
timer zone will display 2 digits, of which the former indicates the pollution degree of
operating place and the latter indicates the operating time of indoor unit. There are 4
types of situations:
Cleaning
Level
Turn off
Clean
Description of Levels
Timer zone shows 00
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Slight
Pollution
The former digit shows 1 while the latter one shows 0, which indicates the
accumulating operating time is 5500 hours. Each time the latter digit increases 1, the
operating time increases 500 hours. When it reaches 9, it means the operating time
is 10000 hours.
Medium
Pollution
The former digit shows 2 while the latter one shows 0, which indicates the
accumulating operating time is 1400 hours. Each time the latter digit increases 1, the
operating time increases 400 hours. When it reaches 9, it means the operating time
is 5000 hours.
Heavy
Pollution
The former digit shows 3 while the latter one shows 0, which indicates the
accumulating operating time is 100 hours. Each time the latter digit increases 1, the
operating time increases 100 hours. When it reaches 9, it means the operating time
is 1000 hours.
4.13 X-FAN SETTING
X-fan Function: If unit is turned off under Cooling or Dry mode, the evaporator of
indoor unit will be dried off automatically to prevent bacteria and mould from gathering.
Turn on X-fan: When unit is on or under Cooling or Dry mode, press FUNCTION
button to select X-fan. “
” icon will blink. Then press ENTER/CANCEL button to
turn on this function.
“
Turn off X-fan: When X-fan function is on, press FUNCTION button to select X-fan.
” icon will blink. Then press ENTER/CANCEL button to turn off this function.
4.14 OUT SETTING
Out Function: This is used to maintain indoor temperature so that unit can realize
fast heating after it is turned on. This function can only be used under Heating mode.
Turn on Out Function: Under Heating mode, press FUNCTION button to select Out.
“
” icon will blink. Then press ENTER/CANCEL button to turn on this function.
Turn off Out Function: When this function is on, press FUNCTION button to select
Out. “
” icon will blink. Then press ENTER/CANCEL button to turn off this function.
4.15 REMOTE SHIELD FUNCTION
Remote Shield Function: Remote monitor or central controller can disable the
relevant functions of wired controller so as to realize the function of remote control.
Remote Shield Function includes all shield and partial shield. When All Shield
function is on, all controls of the wired controller are disabled. When Partial Shield
function is on, those controls that are shielded will be disabled.
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When the remote monitor or central controller activates Remote Shield on the
wired controller, “
” icon will show. If user wants to control through the wired
controller, “
” icon will blink to remind that these controls are disabled.
4.16 CHILD LOCK FUNCTION
When unit is turned on normally or turned off, pressing “ ” and “ ” button
together for 5 seconds will turn on Child Lock function. “ ” will show on the display.
Pressing “
” and “
” together again for 5 seconds to turn off this function.
All the other buttons will be disabled when Child Lock function is on.
4.17 GATE-CONTROL FUNCTION
When there is Gate-control System, user can insert a card to turn on the unit or pull
off a card to turn off the unit. When the card is re-inserted, the unit will recover the
operation as state in memory. When the card is pulled off (or improperly inserted),
“
” icon will show, neither remote control nor operation of wired controller will be
effective and icon “
” will be flickering.
Note: This model cannot be connected with gate control system on its own
because it cannot detect gate control signal directly. To realize gate control display and
gate control function, it has to be used with wired controller that includes gate control
signal detecting function (used as master and salve wired controller).
5 ERROR DISPLAY
When there occurs any error during operation, the temperature display zone on the
wired controller will show error codes. If several errors happen at the same time, error
codes will show on the display repeatedly.
Note: If error occurs, please turn off the unit and send for professionals to repair.
Fig.5.1 is the display of Outdoor Unit High Pressure Protection when unit is on.
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Fig.5.1 Display of Outdoor Unit High Pressure Protection
5.1 TABLE OF ERROR CODES FOR OUTDOOR UNIT
Error
Code
Content
Error
Code
Content
Error
Code
Content
E0
Outdoor Unit Error
FL
Compressor 3
Current Sensor Error
b2
Defrosting
Temperature Sensor 1
Error
E1
High Pressure
Protection
FE
Compressor 4
Current Sensor Error
b3
Defrosting
Temperature Sensor 2
Error
E2
Discharge Low
Temperature Protection
FF
Compressor 5
Current Sensor Error
b4
Subcooler Liquid-out
Temperature Sensor
Error
E3
Low Pressure
Protection
FJ
Compressor 6
Current Sensor Error
b5
Subcooler Gas-out
Temperature Sensor
Error
E4
Excess Discharge
Temperature Protection
of Compressor
FP
Malfunction of DC
motor
b6
Gas-liquid separator
inlet temperature
sensor error
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P0
Compressor Drive
Board Error
FU
Compressor 2 Top
Temperature Sensor
Error
b7
Gas-liquid separator
outlet temperature
sensor error
P1
Compressor Drive
Board Malfunction
Fb
Compressor 2 Top
Temperature Sensor
Error
b8
Outdoor Humidity
Sensor Error
P2
Protection of
Compressor Drive
Board Power Supply
J1
Compressor 1
Over-current
Protection
b9
Heat Exchanger
Gas-out Temperature
Sensor Error
P3
Protection of
Compressor Drive
Board Module Reset
J2
Compressor 2
Over-current
Protection
bA
Oil-return Temperature
Sensor Error
H0
Error of Fan Drive
Board
J3
Compressor 3
Over-current
Protection
bH
System Clock
Malfunction
H1
Malfunction of Fan
Drive Board
J4
bC
Compressor 1 Top
Temperature Sensor
Detachment Protection
F0
Bad Performance of the
Outdoor Mainboard
J5
Compressor 5
Over-current
Protection
bL
Compressor 2 Top
Temperature Sensor
Detachment Protection
F1
High Pressure Sensor
Error
J6
Compressor 6
Over-current
Protection
bE
Malfunction of entry
tube temperature
sensor of condenser
F3
Low Pressure Sensor
Error
J7
4-way Valve Blow-by
Protection
bF
Malfunction of exit tube
temperature sensor of
condenser
F5
Compressor 1
Discharge Temperature
Sensor Error
J8
System Pressure
Over-Ratio Protection
bJ
F6
Compressor 2
Discharge Temperature
Sensor Error
J9
System Pressure
Under-Ratio
Protection
b1
F7
Compressor 3
Discharge Temperature
Sensor Error
JA
Protection of
Abnormal Pressure
F8
Compressor 4
Discharge Temperature
Sensor Error
JC
Protection of Water
Flow Switch
Compressor 4
Over-current
Protection
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High and low pressure
sensors are connected
inversely
Outdoor Ambient
Temperature Sensor
Error
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F9
Compressor 5
Discharge Temperature
Sensor Error
JL
Protection of Low
High-pressure
FA
Compressor 6
Discharge Temperature
Sensor Error
JE
Oil return pipe is
blocked
FH
FC
Compressor 1 Current
Sensor Error
JF
Oil return pipe is
leaking
Compressor 2 Current
Sensor Error
H2
Protection of Fan
Drive Board Power
Supply
5.2 TABLE OF ERROR CODES FOR INDOOR UNIT
Error
Code
Content
Error
Code
Content
Error
Code
Content
L0
Indoor Unit Error
LA
Indoor Units
Incompatibility Error
d7
Humidity Sensor Error
L1
Indoor Fan Protection
LH
Low Air Quanlity
Warning
d8
Water Temperature
Sensor Error
L2
E-heater Protection
LC
Outdoor-Indoor
Incompatibility Error
d9
Jumper Cap Error
L3
Water Full Protection
LP
Zero-crossing
malfunction of PG
motor
dA
Indoor Unit
Hardware Address
Error
L4
Wired Controller Power
Supply Error
d1
Indoor Unit
PC-Board Error
dH
Wired Controller
PC-Board Error
L5
Anti-Frosting
Protection
d3
Ambient
Temperature Sensor
Error
dC
Capacity DIP Switch
Setting Error.
L7
No Master Indoor Unit
Error
d4
Inlet Pipe
Temperature Sensor
Error
dL
Outlet Air Temperature
Sensor Error
L8
Power Insufficiency
Protection
d5
Malfunction of
middle tube
temperature sensor
dE
Indoor Unit CO2
Sensor
Error
L9
Quantity Of Group
Control Indoor Units
Setting Error
d6
Outlet Pipe
Temperature
Sensor Error
db
Special Code:
Field Debugging Code
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5.3 TABLE OF DEBUGGING CODES
Error
Code
Error
Code
Content
Error
Code
Content
Content
U2
Outdoor Unit
Capacity
Code/Jumper Cap
Setting Error
UE
Refrigerant Charging is
ineffective.
CH
Rated capacity is
too high.
U3
Phase Sequence
Protection of Power
Supply
UL
Emergency Operation
DIP switch setting of the
compressor is wrong.
CL
Rated capacity is
too low.
C0
Communication between
indoor unit and outdoor
unit and the
communication between
indoor unit and wired
controller have
malfunction.
CF
Error of Multiple
Master Indoor Unit
C2
Communication error
between master control
and inverter compressor
drive
CJ
System addresses
is incompatible.
C3
Communication error
between master control
and inverter fan motor
drive
CP
Error of Multiple
Master Wired
Controller
CU
Communication
Error between
Indoor Unit and
Remote Receiver
Cb
Outflow of Units IP
Address
U4
Protection of Lack of
Refrigerant
U5
Wrong Address of
Compressor Drive
Board
U6
Valve Abnormal
Alarm
U8
Indoor Unit Tube
Malfunction
C4
Error of Lack of Indoor
Unit
U9
Outdoor Unit Tube
Malfunction
C5
Alarm of Indoor Unit
Project Number Collision
UC
Master indoor unit is
successfully set.
C6
Alarm of Wrong Number
of Outdoor Unit
5.4 TABLE OF STATUS CODES
Error
Code
A0
Error
Code
Content
Unit is waiting for debugging.
AU
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Content
Remote Urgent Stop
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A1
Check the compressor operation
parameters.
Ab
Emergency Stop
A2
After-sales Refrigerant Reclaim
Ad
Operation Restriction
A3
Defrosting
An
High temperature prevention
control
A4
Oil return
n3
Compulsory defrosting
A5
Online Testing
n5
Compulsively excursion of
indoor unit project number
A8
Vacuum-pumping Mode
nL
Target low pressure
modification
AH
Heating
nJ
High temperature prevention
under heating mode
AC
Cooling
nP
Temperature-adjusting value
during defrosting
AF
Fan
nU
Clear the remote control
shielding order of indoor unit
AJ
Filter Clean Reminder
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