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Individual control systems
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Individual control systems
Possible individual control systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1
Survey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BRC2C51 - Simplified remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Explanation of buttons and functions
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BRC3A61 - Simplified remote control for hotel applications . . 6
Dimensional drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanation of buttons and functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BRC1E51A - Wired remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Dimensional drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Explanation of buttons and functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
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BRC1D52 - Wired remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Dimensional drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanation of buttons and functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BRC4C61,62,63,64,65,66 - Infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . 19
Dimensional drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanation of buttons and functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BRC7C62,67 - Infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Dimensional drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanation of buttons and functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BRC7F533F,532F - Infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Dimensional drawing
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BRC7F533F,532F - Infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BRC7E63W,66 - Infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Dimensional drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanation of buttons and functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BRC7E618,619 - Infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Dimensional drawing
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BRC7E531W,530W - Infrared remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Dimensional drawing
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Explanation of buttons and functions
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Survey of various control systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Restrictions for the BRC1E51A - Wired remote control
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Possible individual control systems
Simplified remote control - BRC2C51
Simplified remote control for hotel
applications - BRC3A61
• simple, compact and easy to operate unit
• compact, user friendly unit
• suitable for use in hotel bedrooms
• ideal for use in hotel bedrooms
Infrared remote control BRC4C* / BRC7C*
Operation buttons:
Operation buttons:
Operation buttons:
• ON / OFF
• ON / OFF
• ON / OFF
• Operation mode selection
• Fan speed control
• Timer mode start / stop
• Fan speed control
• Temperature setting
• Timer mode on / off
• Temperature setting
• Programmed time
• Temperature setting
• Air flow direction (FXHQ, FXFQ, FXCQ and FXAQ
models only)
• Operating mode
• Fan speed control
• Filter sign reset
• Inspection test / operation
Display
Display
Display
• Cool / heat changeover control
• Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) in operation
• Operating mode
• Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) in operation
• Set temperature
• Battery change
• Set temperature
• Operating mode
• Set temperature
• Operating mode
• Centralised control indication
• Centralised control indication
• Fan speed
• Air flow direction (FXHQ, FXFQ, FXCQ and FXAQ
models only)
• Fan speed
• Defrost / hot start
• Programmed time
• Defrost / hot start
• Malfunction
• Inspection test / operation
• Fan speed
• Malfunction adjustment
• Operating mode selection
• Fan speed control
• Filter sign reset
• Inspection test / operation
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Wired remote control - BRC1E51A
User-friendly remote control with contemporary design
• Easy to use: all main functions directly accessible
• Easy setup: improved graphical user interface for advanced menu settings
• Real time clock with auto update to daylight saving time
• Schedule timer with holiday setting, improved weekly timer and home leave operation
• Supports multiple languages (English,German,Dutch,Spanish,Italian,Portuguese,French,Greek,Russian,Turkish)*
• Built-in backup power: when a power failure occurs all settings remain stored up to 48 hours
BRC1E51A
Wired remote control - BRC1D52
• Schedule timer:
–Five day actions can be set as follows:
* set point: unit is switched ON and normal operation is maintained
* OFF: unit is switched OFF
* limits: unit is switched ON and min./max. control (cf.limit operation for more details)
• Home leave (frost protection): during absence, the indoor temperature can be maintained at a certain level. This
function can also switch the unit ON/OFF
• User friendly HRV function, thanks to the introduction of a button for ventilation mode and fan speed
• Constantly monitoring of the system for malfunctions in a total of 80 components
• Immediate display of fault location and condition
• Reduction of maintenance time and costs
Display
• Operating mode
BRC1D52
• Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) in operation
• Cool / heat changeover control
• Centralised control indication
• Group control indication
• Set temperature
• Air flow direction
• Programmed time
• Inspection test / operation
• Fan speed
• Clean air filter
• Defrost / hot start
• Malfunction
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Survey
DESCRIPTION
FXFQ
FXZQ
FXCQ
FXKQ
FXDQ-M9
FXDQ-PB/NB
Wired remote control
Infrared remote
control
4
FXSQ
FXMQ-P
FXMQ-MA
FXAQ
FXHQ
FXUQ
FXLQ
FXNQ
BRC1E51A / BRC1D52
cooling
only
BRC7F53 BRC7E53 BRC7C67 BRC4C63 BRC4C64 BRC4C64 BRC4C66 BRC4C66 BRC4C66 BRC7E61 BRC7E66 BRC7C52 BRC4C64 BRC4C64
3F
1
9
9
heat
pump
BRC7F53 BRC7E53 BRC7C62 BRC4C61 BRC4C62 BRC4C65 BRC4C65 BRC4C65 BRC4C65 BRC7E61 BRC7E63 BRC7C52 BRC4C62 BRC4C62
2F
0
8
8
Simplified remote control
-
-
-
-
BRC2C51 BRC2C51 BRC2C51 BRC2C51 BRC2C51
-
-
-
BRC2C51 BRC2C51
Simplified remote control for
hotel use
-
-
-
-
BRC3A61 BRC3A61 BRC3A61 BRC3A61 BRC3A61
-
-
-
BRC3A61 BRC3A61
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BRC2C51 - Simplified remote control
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Explanation of buttons and functions
1
ON/OFF BUTTON
8
Press the button and the system will start. Press the button again and the system
will stop.
2
OPERATION LAMP (RED)
DISPLAY ‘
9
4
DISPLAY “
“,”
10
DISPLAY ‘
C
▼; Each press lowers the set temperature by 1°C.
The variable temperature range is 16°C tot 32°C.
11
This display shows the set temperature. Only given during a cooling or heating
operation.
6
DISPLAY ‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’ (OPERATION MODE)
7
’ is not available with outdoor units specially designed for cooling only.
‘
’ is reserved only for outdoor units capable of heat recovery.
DISPLAY ‘
FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON
Press this button to select the fan speed, HIGH or LOW, of your choice.
12
This display shows the current OPERATION MODE.
‘
TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON
▲; Each press raises the set temperature by 1°C.
”,”OPTION” (VENTILATION / AIR CLEANING)
’ (SET TEMPERATURE)
’ (DEFROST/HOT START)
Use this button for SETTING TEMPERATURE of the thermostat.
This display shows that the total heat exchange unit and the air cleaning unit are
in operation. (These are optional accessories.).
5
DISPLAY ‘
Indicates that defrost or hot start (during which the fan is stopped till the
temperature of air supply rises enough at the start of a heating run) is in progress.
‘ (CHANGEOVER UNDER CONTROL)
It is impossible to changeover heat/cool with the remote control when it shows this
display. (As for details, see “SETTINGS OF MASTER REMOTE CONTROL” in
the operation manual attached to the indoor unit.).
’ (FAN SPEED)
The display shows the fan speed: “HIGH” or “LOW”.
The lamp lights up during operation and blinks in case of stop due to malfunction.
3
DISPLAY ‘
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON
Press this button to select OPERATION MODE.
13
’ (UNDER CENTRALIZED CONTROL)
DISPLAY ‘
’ (MALFUNCTION)
Indicates malfunction and blinks if the unit stops operating due to the malfunction.
(As for details, see “TROUBLE SHOOTING” in the operation manual attached to
the indoor unit.)
When this display shows, the system is UNDER CENTRALIZED CONTROL.
(This is not a standard specification)
NOTE
1
Please note that the display shows all indications for the purpose of explanation only.
This is contrary to actual running situations.
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BRC3A61 - Simplified remote control for hotel applications
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Dimensional drawing
(Unit: mm)
2 - 5 x 9 Slot
(Fixing hall)
BRC3A61
FXSQ
FXMQ
FXDQ
FXLQ/FXNQ
3D013859A
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BRC3A61 - Simplified remote control for hotel applications
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Explanation of buttons and functions
1
ON/OFF BUTTON
7
Press the button and the system will start. Press the button again and the system
will stop.
2
OPERATION LAMP (RED)
4
DISPLAY “
“,”
8
” (VENTILATION / AIR CLEANING)
’ (DEFROST/HOT START)
9
TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON
This display shows that the total heat exchange unit is in operation.
Use this button for SETTING TEMPERATURE of the thermostat.
(These is an optional accessory).
▲; Each press raises the set temperature by 1°C.
DISPLAY ‘
▼; Each press lowers the set temperature by 1°C.
C
’ (SET TEMPERATURE)
The variable temperature range is 16°C tot 32°C.
DISPLAY ‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’ (OPERATION MODE)
10
This display shows the current OPERATION MODE.
6
DISPLAY ‘
Indicates that defrost or hot start (during which the fan is stopped till the
temperature of air supply rises enough at the start of a heating run) is in progress.
This display shows the set temperature. Only given during a cooling or heating
operation.
5
’ (FAN SPEED)
The display shows the set fan speed: ‘HIGH’ or ‘LOW’.
The lamp lights up during operation or blinks if a malfunction occurs.
3
DISPLAY ‘
‘
’ is not available with outdoor units specially designed for cooling only.
‘
’ is reserved only for heat recovery outdoor units.
DISPLAY ‘
FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON
Press this button to select the fan speed, HIGH or LOW, of your choice.
11
’ (UNDER CENTRALIZED CONTROL)
DISPLAY ‘
’ (MALFUNCTION)
Indicates malfunction and blinks if the unit stops operating due to the malfunction.
(As for details, see “TROUBLE SHOOTING” in the operation manual attached to
the indoor unit.)
When this display shows, the system is UNDER CENTRALIZED CONTROL.
(This is not a standard specification)
NOTES
1
Please note that the display shows all indications for the purpose of explanation only.
This is contrary to actual running situations.
2
This remote control does not have “AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST BUTTON.” Don’t operate the flap adjusting air flow direction by your hand.
(FXFQ, FXCQ, FXAQ, FXKQ)
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BRC1E51A - Wired remote control
4-1
Specifications
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
Operation
Storage
BRC1E51A
Min.
°C
Max.
°C
50
Min.
°C
-20
Max.
°C
70
Height
mm
120
Width
mm
120
Depth
mm
19
Height
mm
160
Width
mm
150
Depth
mm
55
-10
DIMENSIONS
Unit
Packed unit
LCD SIZE
Height
mm
43.2
Width
mm
68.85
PACKING
Material
Weight
Carton
kg
0.050
TEMPERATURE SETPOINT RANGE
Cooling
°C
depends on the indoor unit
Heating
°C
depends on the indoor unit
Unit
kg
0.200
Packed unit
kg
0.415
WEIGHT
WIRING CONNECTIONS
Type of wires
Wire size
sheathed vinyl cord or cable
mm²
For connection Quantity
with indoor unit Remark
8
0.75-1.25
2
P1-P2 wired connection from indoor unit
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BRC1E51A - Wired remote control
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Functions
Category
Function
Drawing display
Operation method
Backlight function
Clock function (time display)
Display switch function
Keylock function
Schedule (weekly) timer *4
Model name display
Contact dealer display
Operation time display
Operational data display
Basic Functions
Convenient
Maintenance/Services
BRC1E51A
LCD
Menu selection
{
{
{ *1
{
{
{ *2
{ *2
{ *3
{ *3
{: Possible
*1
Used for setting Normal Dispaly mode or Detailed Display mode.
* 2-1 When an error occurs, the error code blinks and the contact address and model appear
2-2 The contact address must be registered when the controller is installed.
2-3 For some models, model codes are displayed instead of model names
*3
Can display for some model only
*4
Setback function
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Dimensional drawing
BRC1E51
• Remote control dimensions
Upper case
Lower case
Operation
lamp
(green)
Code outlet hole
oblong hole
oblong hole
• Installation method
Condit
Exposed cord
Staple
Upper outlet
Embedded cord (use switch box)
Embedded cord
Upper center
outlet
note 2
Through hole
Left outlet
Lower case portion
Switch box for two switch
ex.) KJB211A (optional accessory) Between remote
control and
Switch box
control box
Lower case portion
(Field supply part)
Switch box for one switch
ex.) KJB111A (optional accessory)
NOTES
1
Remote control cord and staple are not attached, they are field supplied parts.
•
Specifications of cord
Type
Size
Total length
2
Vinyl cord with sheath or cable (insulated thickness: 1mm or more)
0.75~1.25mm²
500m
If the hole size is too large or the location is not proper, the hole may come out from the remote control.
3D064037
10
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BRC1E51A - Wired remote control
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Explanation of buttons and functions
1. Operation mode selector button
11. LCD (with backlight)
4. Up button
5. Down button
6. Right button
7. Left button
9. Operation lamp
8. On/Off button
3. Menu/Enter button
10. Cancel button
2. Fan speed control button
Functions other than basic operation items (i.e., On/Off, Operation mode selector, Fan speed control, and temperature settings) are set
from the menu screen.
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BRC1E51A - Wired remote control
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Explanation of buttons and functions
1
Operation mode selector button
7
Fan speed control button
8
• Press this button to select the fan speed of your preference.
• Available fan speed vary with the connecting model.
3
Menu/Enter button
Up button
symbol )
9
(Be sure to press the part with the
Down button
symbol )
(Be sure to press the part with the
10 Cancel button
• Used to return to the previous screen.
11 LCD (with backlight)
• Used to lower the set temperature.
• The next items on the lower side will be highlighted.(The
highlighted items will be scrolled continuously when the button is
kept pressed.)
• Used to change the item selected.
6
Right button
symbol )
(Be sure to press the part with the
• Used to highlight the next items on the right-hand side.
• Each screen is scrolled in the right-hand direction.
• Home leave settings are enabled with this button kept pressed
for at least four seconds.
12
Operation lamp (Green)
• This lamp lights up during operation.
• This lamp blinks if a error occurs.
• Used to raise the set temperature.
• The next items on the upper side will be highlighted.(The
highlighted items will be scrolled continuously when the button is
kept pressed.)
• Used to change the item selected.
5
On/Off button
• Press this button and system will start.
• Press this button again and system will stop.
• Used to indicate the main menu.
• Used to enter the setting item selected.
4
(Be sure to press the part with the
• Used to highlight the next items on the left-hand side.
• Each screen is scrolled in the left-hand direction.
• Home leave settings are enabled with this button kept pressed
for at least four seconds.
• Press this button to select the operation mode of your
preference.
• Available modes vary with the connecting model.
2
Left button
symbol )
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• The backlight will be light for approximately 30 seconds by
pressing any operation button. Operate buttons excluding the
On/Off button while the backlight is lit.
• If two remote controls are used to control a single indoor unit, the
backlight of the remote control operated earlier than the other
one will be lit.
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BRC1E51A - Wired remote control
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Explanation of buttons and functions
Liquid Crystal Display
• Two types of liquid crystal display (LCD) are available. The standard display is by default set.
• To go to the detailed display, select the detailed display in the main menu.
• The displayed contents of the screen vary with the operation mode of the equipment interlocked. (The following display will appear when
the air conditioner is in automatic heating operation.)
Standard display
11. Changeover under control
10.Under centralized
control
1.Operation mode
Auto
2.Automatic
operation mode
3.Fan speed
7.Ventilation
Heat
12.Home Leave
9.( ) display
8.(
) display
Set temperature
20°C
4.Set temperature
display
5.Defrost/Hot start
This function not available
<Standard display example>
6.Message
Detailed display
„ The airflow direction, clock, and detailed selection items appear on the detailed display screen in
addition to the items appearing on the standard display.
Auto
13.Airflow direction
Heat
12: 05
Set temp Room
20°C
(Displayed only when
the air conditioner is in
operation.)
Return
14.Clock (24 hours
real time clock)
A
20°C
15.Detailed selection
(with room
temperature settings)
Setting
<Detailed display example 1>
Clock display
3.Fan speed display
(with no fan speed
control function)
(with no clock settings)
Auto
Heat
Airflow direction
display
(with no airflow direction
settings)
--:--
A
20°C
Return
16. (
) display
Set temp
Detailed selection
(with no detailed items
selected)
Setting
<Detailed display example 2>
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Explanation of buttons and functions
1
Operation mode
8
• Used to display the present operation mode Cool, Heat, Vent,
Fan, Dry or Auto mode.
2
Automatic operation mode
• Displayed when the key lock is set.
9
• Used to display the present automatic operation mode (Cool or
Heat).
3
Fan speed
10 Under Centralized control “
Set temperature display
Defrost/Hot start “
11 Changeover under control “
”
12 Home leave “
• Displayed for a few seconds when an operation button is
pressed if the indoor unit is not provided with the corresponding
function.
• If a number of indoor units are in operation, the message will
appear only if none of the indoor units is provided with the
corresponding function, i.e., the message will not appear if at
least one of the indoor units is provided with the corresponding
function.
“Error: Press Menu Button.”
“Warning: Press Menu Button.”
• Displayed if the error or warning is detected
“Quick Cool/Heat” (SkyAir® only)
• Displayed if the quick cooling/heating function is turned ON
“Clean the filter.”
“Clean the element.”
“Clean the filter and element.”
• Displayed when the time to clean the filter or element has come
7
ON
FLASHING
OFF
Home leave is enabled
Home Leave is active
Home Leave is disabled
13 Airflow direction “
”
• Displayed when the airflow direction and swing are set.
• This item is not displayed if the system is not provided with a
function to set airflow directions.
14 Clock (24 hours real time clock)
• Displayed if the clock is set.
• If the clock is not set, “ -- : -- ” will be displayed.
15 Detailed selection
• Displayed if the detailed display items are selected.
• No detailed items are by default selected.
16
Ventilation / Purifying
• Displayed when a total heat exchanger unit (HRV) is connected.
• Ventilation mode icon.“
” These icons indicate the
current ventilation mode (HRV only) (AUTOMATIC, HEAT
EXCHANGE, BYPASS).
• AIR Purifying ICON “
”
This icon indicates that the air cleaning unit (option) is
operational.
14
”
• The home leave icon shows the status of the home leave
function.
Message
The following messages are displayed. “This function not
available.”
” (VRV® only)
• Displayed on the remote control if the remote control has no
cooling/heating selection eligibility mode.
If Ventilating operation “
” is displayed:
• Displayed when a total heat exchanger unit (HRV) is connected.
For details, refer to the Operation Manual of the HRV.
6
”
• Displayed if the system is under the management of central
control equipment (optional accessories) and the operation of
the system through the remote control is prohibited.
• Used to display the temperature set for the air conditioner.
5
display
• Displayed if the schedule timer or OFF reminder timer is
enabled.
• Used to display the fan speed that is set for the air conditioner.
• The fan speed will not be displayed if the air conditioner does not
have fan speed control function.
4
display
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display
• Displayed to inform that the clock needs setting again.
• The schedule timer function will not work unless the clock is set
again.
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BRC1D52 - Wired remote control
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Dimensional drawing
(Unit: mm)
5 x 10 (Round end slit)
6,5 x 9 (Round end slit)
5 x 7 (Round end slit)
Hole ø5
Cover closed
Cover open
3TW23651-2
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BRC1D52 - Wired remote control
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Explanation of buttons and functions
6
3
23 7
8
9
2
1
10
4
11
12
14
22
17
25
16
13
15 18
19
20
29
21
5
24
33
26
35
27
36
37
28
ON/OFF BUTTON ‘
1
2
13
Press the ON/OFF button to start or stop the system.
OPERATION LAMP ‘
’
The operation lamp lights up during operation or blinks if a malfunction occurs.
’‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’,’
’,’
14
’
34
15
’
C
‘
The minimum set temperature indicates the minimum set temperature when in
limit operation.
SCHEDULE TIMER ICON ‘
‘
This icon indicates that the schedule timer is enabled.
ACTION ICONS ‘
These icons indicate the current operation mode (FAN, DRY, AUTOMATIC,
COOLING, HEATING).
‘
These icons indicate the actions for each day of the schedule timer.
OFF ICON ‘ OFF ‘
These icons indicate the current ventilation mode (HRV only) (AUTOMATIC,
HEAT EXCHANGE, BYPASS).
VENTILATION ICON‘
5
32
MNIIMUM SET TEMPERATURE ‘
VENTILATION MODE ICON ‘
4
31
’
OPERATION MODE ICON ‘
3
30
’
The ventilation icon appears when the ventilation is adjusted with the ventilation
amount button (HRV only).
16
17
This icon indicates that the OFF action is selected when programming the
schedule timer.
INSPECTION REQUIRED ‘
’ and ‘
’
These icons indicate that inspection is required. Consult your installer.
SET TEMPERATURE DISPLAY ‘
C
’
Simultaneously, the ventilation amount is indicated by the fan speed icon (see 22).
6
AIR CLEANING ICON ‘
18
’
This icon indicates that the air cleaning unit (option) is operational.
LEAVE HOME ICON‘
’
19
The leave home icon shows the status of the leave home function.
7
ON
Leave home is active
OFF
Leave home is disabled
SETTING ‘
Not used, for service purposes only.
20
8
This icon indicates that another controller with higher priority is controlling or
disabling your installation.
CHANGE-OVER UNDER CENTRALISED CONTROL ICON ‘
9
16
21
’
’
This is displayed whenever a non-installed option is addressed or a function is not
available.
FAN SPEED ICON ‘
’
22
‘
This icon indicates that the change-over of the installation is under centralised
control assigned to another indoor unit or optional cool/heat selector connected to
the outdoor unit (= master remote control).
’
This icon indicates the air flow direction (only for installations with motorised air
flow flaps).
NOT AVAILABLE ‘
EXTERNAL CONTROL ICON ‘
’
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ICON ‘
Leave home is enabled
FLASHING
This indicates the current set temperature of the installation (not shown in LIMIT
operation or in FAN or DRY mode).
This icon indicates the set fan speed.
DEFROST/HOTSTART MODE ICON ‘
23
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’
This icon indicates that the defrost/hotstart mode is active.
• Individual control systems
DAY OF THE WEEK INDICATOR ‘
10
The day of the week indicator shows the current week day (or the set day when
reading or programming the schedule timer).
CLOCK DISPLAY ‘
11
AIR FILTER CLEANING TIME ICON ‘
24
25
‘
The clock display indicates the current time (or the action time when reading or
programming the schedule timer).
MAXIMUM SET TEMPERATURE ‘
12
‘
C
‘
This icon indicates the air filter must be cleaned. Refer to the manual of the indoor
unit.
ELEMENT CLEANING TIME ICON ‘
’
This icon indicates the element must be cleaned (HRV only).
VENTILATION MODE BUTTON ‘
26
’
’
The ventilation mode button operates the HRV; refer to the HRV manual for more
details.
The maximum set temperature indicates the maximum set temperature when in
limit operation.
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5
BRC1D52 - Wired remote control
5-2
Explanation of buttons and functions
3
6
23 7
8
9
2
1
10
4
11
12
14
22
17
25
16
13
15 18
19
20
29
21
5
24
33
26
35
27
36
37
28
27
28
VENTILATION AMOUNT BUTTON ‘
31
This button sets the ventilation amount; refer to the HRV manual for more details.
TEST
’
Not used, for service purposes only.
18
33
1 select the operation mode of the installation (FAN, DRY, AUTOMATIC,
COOLING, HEATING)
2 toggle between minimum temperature and maximum temperature when in limit
operation
This button is a multi-purpose button.
SETPOINT/LIMIT BUTTON ‘
SCHEDULE TIMER BUTTON‘
’
34
35
This button enables or disables the schedule timer.
’
These buttons are used to adjust the clock or, when in programming mode, to
adjust the programmed action time. Both buttons have an auto-repeat function.
TEMPERATURE ADJUST BUTTON ‘
32
’
This button is a multi-purpose button. Depending on the previous manipulations
of the user, it can have following functions:
’
TIME ADJUST BUTTON ‘
31
34
OPERATION CHANGE/MIN-MAX BUTTON ‘
Depending on the previous manipulations of the user, the programming button
can have various functions.
30
32
’
INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON ‘
PROGRAMMING BUTTON‘
29
30
’
36
37
These buttons are used to adjust the current setpoint or, when in programming
mode, to adjust the programmed setpoint temperature (step = 1°C). Both buttons
are also used to adjust the day of the week.
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’
This button toggles between setpoint, limit operation or ‘ OFF ‘ (programming mode
only).
FAN SPEED BUTTON ‘
’
This button toggles between L (Low), H (High), HH (very High),
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST BUTTON ‘
’
This button enables to adjust the air flow direction.
AIR FILTER CLEANING TIME ICON RESET BUTTON ‘
This button is used to reset the air filter cleaning time icon.
’
(Automatic).
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BRC4C61,62,63,64,65,66 - Infrared remote control
6-1
Dimensional drawing
(Unit: mm)
• REMOTE CONTROL DIMENSIONS
• RECEIVER DETAIL
Transmitting part
Switch box
(Field supplied parts)
2 - 5x9 Slot
• REMOTE CONTROL HOLDER
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
(INSTALLATION TO WALL SURFACE)
more than 90
(Service space)
• Service space for ceiling installation
Remote control holder
(Ceiling opening)
Liquid crystal remote
control (wireless)
NOTE
1
2
Do not install more than 3 receivers in the vicinity of one another.
With 4 or more units, there is always the possibility of malfunction.
BRC4C62
BRC4C64
BRC4C61
BRC4C63
BRC4C65
BRC4C66
Heat pump
Cooling only
Heat pump
Cooling only
Heat pump
Cooling only
FXDQ-M9, FXDQ-PB/NB, FXLQ, FXNQ
FXKQ
(Ceiling opening)
FXSQ, FXMQ-P, FXMQ-MA
3D007898B
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20
6
BRC4C61,62,63,64,65,66 - Infrared remote control
6-2
Explanation of buttons and functions
• VRV® Systems • Control Systems
• Individual control systems
1
DISPLAY ‘쐆’ (SIGNAL TRANSMISSION)
13
TIMER RESERVE/CANCEL BUTTON
This lights up when a signal is being transmitted.
14
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST BUTTON (BRC4C61,63 only)
DISPLAY ‘
2
’‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’ (OPERATION MODE)
This display shows the current OPERATION MODE. For cooling only type, ‘
(Auto) and ‘ ’ (Heating) are not installed.
DISPLAY ‘
3
H•M•L
C
’
’ (SET TEMPERATURE)
This display shows the set temperature.
DISPLAY ‘
4
’ (PROGRAMMED TIME)
This display shows PROGRAMMED TIME of the system start or stop.
5
DISPLAY ‘
DISPLAY ‘
6
’ (AIR FLOW FLAP) (BRC4C61,63 only)
’ (FAN SPEED)
15
16
17
18
19
The display shows the set fan speed.
DISPLAY ‘
7
’ (INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION)
When the INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON is pressed, the display
shows the system mode is in.
20
This receives the signals from the remote control.
This lamp stays lit while the air conditioner runs. It flashes when the unit is in
trouble.
AIR FILTER CLEANING TIME INDICATOR LAMP (RED)
22
Lights up when it is time to clean the air filter.
DEFROST LAMP (ORANGE)
TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON
23
Use this button for SETTING TEMPERATURE. (Operates with the front cover of
the remote control closed.)
24
Lights up when the defrosting operation has started. (For straight cooling type this
lamp does not turn on.)
FAN/AIR CONDITIONING SELECTOR SWITCH
PROGRAMMING TIME BUTTON
12
This switch is readily used if the remote control does not work.
RECEIVER
TIMER INDICATOR LAMP (GREEN)
Press this button to select the fan speed, HIGH or LOW, of your choice.
11
This button is used only by qualified service persons for maintenance purposes.
EMERGENCY OPERATION SWITCH
21
FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON
10
FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON
INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON
This lamp stays lit while the timer is set.
Press the button and the system will start. Press the button again and the system
will stop.
9
Press this button to select OPERATION MODE.
OPERATING INDICATOR LAMP (RED)
ON/OFF BUTTON
8
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON
Set the switch to “
Use this button for programming “START and/or STOP” time. (Operates with the
front cover of the remote control closed.)
“ (FAN) for FAN and “
“ (A/C) for HEAT or COOL.
COOL/HEAT CHANGEOVER SWITCH
25
TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON
Set the switch to “
“ (COOL) for COOL and “
“ (HEAT) for HEAT.
NOTES
1
Please note that the display shows all indications for the purpose of explanation only.
This is contrary to actual running situations.
2
Figure 2 shows the remote control with the front cover opened.
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7
BRC7C62,67 - Infrared remote control
7-1
Dimensional drawing
(Unit: mm)
Remote control dimensions
Transmitting part
Receiver
Receiver installation procedure
Decoration panel
Receiver detail
Remote control holder
installation procedure
(installtion to wall surface)
Liquid crystal
infrared remote control
Remote control holder
BRC7C62
Heat pump
BRC7C67
Cooling only
FXCQ
3D007588A
22
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• Individual control systems
7
BRC7C62,67 - Infrared remote control
7-2
Explanation of buttons and functions
• VRV® Systems • Control Systems
23
• Individual control systems
1
DISPLAY ‘쐆’ (SIGNAL TRANSMISSION)
13
TIMER RESERVE/CANCEL BUTTON
This lights up when a signal is being transmitted.
14
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST BUTTON
DISPLAY ‘
2
’‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’ (OPERATION MODE)
This display shows the current OPERATION MODE. For cooling only type, ‘
(Auto) and ‘ ’ (Heating) are not installed.
DISPLAY ‘
3
H•M•L
C
’
’ (SET TEMPERATURE)
This display shows the set temperature.
DISPLAY ‘
4
’ (PROGRAMMED TIME)
This display shows PROGRAMMED TIME of the system start or stop.
5
DISPLAY ‘
DISPLAY ‘
6
’ (AIR FLOW FLAP)
’ (FAN SPEED)
15
16
17
18
19
The display shows the set fan speed.
DISPLAY ‘
7
’ (INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION)
When the INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON is pressed, the display
shows the system mode is in.
This switch is readily used if the remote control does not work.
RECEIVER
This receives the signals from the remote control.
This lamp stays lit while the air conditioner runs. It flashes when the unit is in
trouble.
AIR FILTER CLEANING TIME INDICATOR LAMP (RED)
22
Lights up when it is time to clean the air filter.
DEFROST LAMP (ORANGE)
TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON
23
Use this button for SETTING TEMPERATURE. (Operates with the front cover of
the remote control closed.)
24
Use this button for programming “START and/or STOP” time. (Operates with the
front cover of the remote control closed.)
Lights up when the defrosting operation has started. (For straight cooling type this
lamp does not turn on.)
FAN/AIR CONDITIONING SELECTOR SWITCH
PROGRAMMING TIMER BUTTON
12
This button is used only by qualified service persons for maintenance purposes.
EMERGENCY OPERATION SWITCH
TIMER INDICATOR LAMP (GREEN)
Press this button to select the fan speed, HIGH or LOW, of your choice.
11
INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON
21
FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON
10
FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON
This lamp stays lit while the timer is set.
Press the button and the system will start. Press the button again and the system
will stop.
9
Press this button to select OPERATION MODE.
OPERATING INDICATOR LAMP (RED)
20
ON/OFF BUTTON
8
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON
Set the switch to “
“ (A/C) for HEAT or COOL.
COOL/HEAT CHANGEOVER SWITCH
25
TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON
Set the switch to “
NOTES
24
“ (FAN) for FAN and “
1
Please note that the display shows all indications for the purpose of explanation only.
This is contrary to actual running situations.
2
Figure 2 shows the remote control with the front cover opened.
• VRV® Systems • Control Systems
“ (COOL) for COOL and “
“ (HEAT) for HEAT.
• Individual control systems
8
BRC7F533F,532F - Infrared remote control
8-1
Dimensional drawing
FXFQ-P
Remote control dimensions
Receiver installation procedure
Transmitting part
Receiver
Pipe connection side
Drain connection side
Remote control holder installation procedure
(installation to wall surface)
Decoration panel
Receiver detail
Liquid crystal - remote control
(wireless)
Remote control holder
Wireless remote control kit for eacht decoration panel
Wireless remote control kit
BRC7F532F BRC7F533F
Decoration panel
BYCQ140CW1
3D056851
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• Individual control systems
26
8
BRC7F533F,532F - Infrared remote control
8-2
Explanation of buttons and functions
• VRV® Systems • Control Systems
• Individual control systems
1
DISPLAY ‘쐆’ (SIGNAL TRANSMISSION)
13
TIMER RESERVE/CANCEL BUTTON
This lights up when a signal is being transmitted.
14
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST BUTTON
DISPLAY ‘
2
’‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’ (OPERATION MODE)
This display shows the current OPERATION MODE. For cooling only type, ‘
(Auto) and ‘ ’ (Heating) are not installed.
DISPLAY ‘
3
H•M•L
C
’
’ (SET TEMPERATURE)
This display shows the set temperature.
DISPLAY ‘
4
’ (PROGRAMMED TIME)
This display shows PROGRAMMED TIME of the system start or stop.
5
DISPLAY ‘
DISPLAY ‘
6
’ (AIR FLOW FLAP)
’ (FAN SPEED)
15
16
17
18
19
The display shows the set fan speed.
DISPLAY ‘
7
’ (INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION)
When the INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON is pressed, the display
shows the system mode is in.
20
This receives the signals from the remote control.
This lamp stays lit while the air conditioner runs. It flashes when the unit is in
trouble.
AIR FILTER CLEANING TIME INDICATOR LAMP (RED)
22
Lights up when it is time to clean the air filter.
DEFROST LAMP (ORANGE)
TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON
23
Use this button for SETTING TEMPERATURE. (Operates with the front cover of
the remote control closed.)
24
Lights up when the defrosting operation has started. (For straight cooling type this
lamp does not turn on.)
FAN/AIR CONDITIONING SELECTOR SWITCH
PROGRAMMING TIME BUTTON
12
This switch is readily used if the remote control does not work.
RECEIVER
TIMER INDICATOR LAMP (GREEN)
Press this button to select the fan speed, HIGH or LOW, of your choice.
11
This button is used only by qualified service persons for maintenance purposes.
EMERGENCY OPERATION SWITCH
21
FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON
10
FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON
INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON
This lamp stays lit while the timer is set.
Press the button and the system will start. Press the button again and the system
will stop.
9
Press this button to select OPERATION MODE.
OPERATING INDICATOR LAMP (RED)
ON/OFF BUTTON
8
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON
Set the switch to “
Use this button for programming “START and/or STOP” time. (Operates with the
front cover of the remote control closed.)
“ (FAN) for FAN and “
“ (A/C) for HEAT or COOL.
COOL/HEAT CHANGEOVER SWITCH
25
TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON
Set the switch to “
“ (COOL) for COOL and “
“ (HEAT) for HEAT.
NOTES
1
Please note that the display shows all indications for the purpose of explanation only.
This is contrary to actual running situations.
2
Figure 2 shows the remote control with the front cover opened.
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9
BRC7E531W,530W - Infrared remote control
9-1
Dimensional drawing
(Unit: mm)
Receiver installation procedure
Remote control dimensions
Drain piping side
Transmitting part
Refrigerant piping side
Receiver
Remote control holder
installation procedure
(Installation to wall survace)
Decoration panel
(BYFQ60BW1)
Liquid crystal
remote control
(wireless)
Remote control
holder
Receiver detail
BRC7E531W
Cooling only
BRC7E530W
Heat pump
FXZQ
3D038937
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• VRV® Systems • Control Systems
• Individual control systems
10
BRC7E63W,66 - Infrared remote control
10 - 1 Dimensional drawing
(Unit: mm)
Remote control dimensions
Transmitting part
Receiver installation procedure
Remote control holder
installation procedure
(installation to wall surface)
Receiver
Receiver detail
Liquid crystal
infrared remote control
Remote control holder
BRC7E63W
Heat pump
BRC7E66
Cooling only
FXHQ
3D028963
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10
BRC7E63W,66 - Infrared remote control
10 - 2 Explanation of buttons and functions
30
• VRV® Systems • Control Systems
• Individual control systems
1
DISPLAY ‘쐆’ (SIGNAL TRANSMISSION)
13
TIMER RESERVE/CANCEL BUTTON
This lights up when a signal is being transmitted.
14
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST BUTTON
DISPLAY ‘
2
’‘
’‘
’‘
’‘
’ (OPERATION MODE)
This display shows the current OPERATION MODE. For cooling only type, ‘
(Auto) and ‘ ’ (Heating) are not installed.
DISPLAY ‘
3
H•M•L
C
’
’ (SET TEMPERATURE)
This display shows the set temperature.
DISPLAY ‘
4
’ (PROGRAMMED TIME)
This display shows PROGRAMMED TIME of the system start or stop.
5
DISPLAY ‘
DISPLAY ‘
6
’ (AIR FLOW FLAP)
’ (FAN SPEED)
15
16
17
18
19
The display shows the set fan speed.
DISPLAY ‘
7
’ (INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION)
When the INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON is pressed, the display
shows the system mode is in.
20
This receives the signals from the remote control.
This lamp stays lit while the air conditioner runs. It flashes when the unit is in
trouble.
AIR FILTER CLEANING TIME INDICATOR LAMP (RED)
22
Lights up when it is time to clean the air filter.
DEFROST LAMP (ORANGE)
TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON
23
Use this button for SETTING TEMPERATURE. (Operates with the front cover of
the remote control closed.)
24
Lights up when the defrosting operation has started. (For straight cooling type this
lamp does not turn on.)
FAN/AIR CONDITIONING SELECTOR SWITCH
PROGRAMMING TIME BUTTON
12
This switch is readily used if the remote control does not work.
RECEIVER
TIMER INDICATOR LAMP (GREEN)
Press this button to select the fan speed, HIGH or LOW, of your choice.
11
This button is used only by qualified service persons for maintenance purposes.
EMERGENCY OPERATION SWITCH
21
FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON
10
FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON
INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON
This lamp stays lit while the timer is set.
Press the button and the system will start. Press the button again and the system
will stop.
9
Press this button to select OPERATION MODE.
OPERATING INDICATOR LAMP (RED)
ON/OFF BUTTON
8
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON
Set the switch to “
Use this button for programming “START and/or STOP” time. (Operates with the
front cover of the remote control opened.)
“ (FAN) for FAN and “
“ (A/C) for HEAT or COOL.
COOL/HEAT CHANGEOVER SWITCH
25
TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON
Set the switch to “
“ (COOL) for COOL and “
“ (HEAT) for HEAT.
NOTES
1
Please note that the display shows all indications for the purpose of explanation only.
This is contrary to actual running situations.
2
Figure 2 shows the remote control with the front cover opened.
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11
BRC7E618,619 - Infrared remote control
11 - 1 Dimensional drawing
(Unit: mm)
Remote control dimensions
Transmitting part
157
Receiver installation procedure
Receiver
17.5
62
Receiver detail
Remote controller holder
installation procedure
(Installation to wall surface)
Liquid crystal
remote control
(Wireless)
Remote
controller holder
BRC7E618
Heat pump
BRC7E619
Cooling only
FXAQ
3D034905
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• VRV® Systems • Control Systems
Objective / use
For control from a
BRC1E51A /
distant place
BRC1D52
• VRV® Systems • Control Systems
Remote control
Each up to 500m
in length
Remote
control
• For HRV system
• For local operation of remote control
Forced
/OFF input
Remote control
Remote control
Remote control
Remote control
Each up to 500m
in length
Remote control
Remote control
Remote control
Forced
/OFF input
Remote control
Remote control
Outline of system
(V0094)
(V0098)
HRV
• For group control
Forced
ON/OFF
input
Remote
control
(V0097)
(V0095)
(V0093)
Remote control
Interunit wiring may be up to
500m in length
Up to 16 indoor units may
be connected
Interunit wiring may be up
to 500m in length
Up to 16 indoor units may
be connected
Remote control
(V0092)
(V0091)
Remote control
2 remote controls
control up to 16 indoor
units from 2 different
places simultaneously
1 remote control
controls up to 16
indoor units
simultaneously
2 remote controls
control 1 indoor unit
1 remote control
controls 1 indoor unit
Standard number of units
• Operates HRV in accordance with Same as the number
of units controlled by
indoor unit operation.
remote control
• In case of group control, the
thermostat equipped in remote
control is not available.
control, input a command from
outside to any one of the indoor
• Forcibly stops indoor unit operation Same as the number
by command from outside.
of units controlled by
remote control
• During remote control group
★In case of group control all the
indoor units in the system are set
to the same value and each unit is
controlled individually by its
internal thermostat. (Not by the
thermostat equipped in remote
control)
In common case of double remote
control the most recent takes
priority. (Selection between master
and slave control is essential)
–Operating display
–Program dry function display
–Defrost/Hot start display
–Filter sign
–Temperature setting display
–Timer display
–Air flow display
–Abnormal operation display
• Indication function
–Start/Stop (ON/OFF)
–Temperature setting
–Timer setting (Settings in units of
1 hour up to a maximum of 72
hours)
–Air flow setting
–Air flow direction adjustment
(Swing flap) BRC1E51A /
BRC1D52 only)
• Operational functions
Function
★2 In case of using BRC2C51 (S-REMOCON) to heat recovery series, be sure not to use this independently. Use with other remote controls (BRC1E51A / BRC1D52, KRC19-26 or DCS302A51).
★1 In case of group control, the remote control used as master control must be selected with auto-swing function (BRC1E51A / BRC1D52). When the group has cassette or ceiling suspended or cassette corner or wall mounted models.
NOTES
Operation of
Combining
control by remote other equipment
combined with
control
the operation of
indoor unit
Forced OFF
command from
outside
• For group control it
is connected to 1
unit out of the group
• In case of control by
2 remote controls
both controls are
connected to the
If forgotten to turn
indoor unit
equipment off, or
in case of
emergency
Group control by For above control
2 remote controls from distant
place
(1)
Group control
(1)
★2
Control of several BRC2C51
indoor units on a
floor at the same
Connected to indoor
time
units
2 remote controls For control from 2
places (remote or
local)
Remote
operation of
remote control
Unit name and model
12
Local operation of remote control
Control method
• Individual control systems
Survey of various control systems
For more effective localized environmental control Daikin offers various control systems such as single or double remote control or centralized control.
This enables the construction of a variety of operational control systems which can be adapted for various uses from remote control to building
automation (BA).
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12
Survey of various control systems
12 - 1 Restrictions for the BRC1E51A - Wired remote control
1. In case of two remote control system
Main
{
×
Infrared
BRC4**
BRC7**
×
{
{
×
×
{
×
{: Connectable
×: Not connectable
BRC1E51A
BRC1E51A
Wired
BRC1D52
Infrared
BRC4**
BRC7**
Sub
•
Wired
BRC1D52
Due to the limited power supply capacity, there are some restrictions when controlling 2 remote controls.
<Common restriction for SkyAir® and VRV®>
•
When controlling one indoor unit with 2 remote controls, the remote control operated first turns the backlight on.
•
When controlling 2 remote controls, schedule, limit operation, off reminder timer and home leave functions cannot be set with the
sub remote control.
•
Restriction of operation from the sub remote control
•
When the On/Off button is pressed in the sub remote control during Home Leave operation in the main remote control, Home
Leave is stopped to return to the normal operation.
•
When the Operation mode selector button, the Up button or the Down button is pressed during Limit Operation in the main
remote control, Limit Operation is stopped to return to the normal operation.
<Restriction for VRV® only>
Adapter for wiring (KRP 1*) or power supply adapter for indoor unit PCB (X18A or X35A) cannot be used for 2 remote control system.
2. In the case of Centralised remote control connection.
When connecting a centralised related device(*1), Schedule, Limit Operation and Home Leave functions cannot be set.
(*1) this means All Centralised remote control.
Intelligent Touch Controller [DCS601C51]
Intelligent Manager [DAM602B51,52]
Parallel interface [DPF201A51,52,53]
Central remote control [DCS302C51]
Unified ON/OFF controller [DCS301B51]
Schedule timer [DST301B51]
Wiring adapter for electrical appendices KRP2A5*/6*]
3. Quick Cooling/Heating <restriction for SkyAir® only>
Under the following conditions, Quick Cooling/Heating operation stops to return to the normal operation.
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When the room temperature reaches to the set temperature, the thermostat turns OFF and the unit returns to the normal operation.
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After 30 minutes past from the operation start, the unit returns to the normal operation.
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