Mitsubishi Electric LGH-150RX5-E Specifications

ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATORS
MODEL
RX5 SERIES
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Y08-003 Nov.2008(MEE)
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Simple and Effective
Excellent air quality
and unbeatable
Heat Exchange Efficiency
LOSSNAY's Energy Recovery Technology and
Simultaneous Ventilations (Supply and Exhaust)
Contribute to Excellent Indoor air Quality and
Significantly Reduce the Outdoor air load.
Energy-Recovery Concept by Hyper Eco LOSSNAY Core
In summer
In winter
Temperature difference between air supply and room: 1.7 ºC
About 4kg/h of water vapor is recovered.
Supply air
Supply air
LOSSNAY Conventional
ventilator
Try blowing into a rolled up piece of paper.
The warmth of your breath travels through
the paper to your hands.
Dry bulb temperature (ºC)
27.7
33
Absolute humidity (g/kg'(DA))
13.4
20.1
Relative humidity (%)
58
63
Enthalpy (kJ/kg(DA))
62.1
84.6
Total heat recovered (kW)
7.5
0
Outdoor air load (kW)
3.1
10.6
Outdoor air load ratio (%)
71
100
LOSSNAY Conventional
ventilator
Exhaust air
Room air
Absolute humidity
Air
conditioner
26ºC
Dry bulb temperature
10.5g/kg'(DA)
Absolute humidity
50%
Relative humidity
Relative humidity
Enthalpy
problems arising in the workplace or in the
home. It is believed to contribute to a
significant loss in productivity, low morale and
Heat exchange unit
(LOSSNAY core)
higher rates of sickness among many
employees. The object of providing good
Stale exhaust
air
ventilation alongside air condition in
residential and commercial buildings is to
Fresh air
from outside
52.9kJ/kg(DA)
Enthalpy
20.1g/kg'(DA)
63%
84.6kJ/kg(DA)
{
}
Stale room air
extracted
the recovery of waste energy. The units
reduce overall energy costs by extracting
stale air and then recovering the heating or
incoming fresh air. By utilising this energy, the
LOSSNAY Core
Construction & Principle
Stale air exhaust
(dirty indoor-air)
EA
Fresh air exhaust
(fresh heating/cooling air)
SA
Indoors
initial capital costs of heating and cooling
OA
Fresh air induction
(fresh air)
1
50
29.2
4.7
Total heat recovered (kW)
8.2
0
Outdoor air load (kW)
3.1
11.3
Outdoor air load ratio (%)
72.5
100
Exhaust air
Room air
Dry bulb temperature
Air
conditioner
Absolute humidity
Relative humidity
Enthalpy
Outdoor air
20ºC
Dry bulb temperature
7.3g/kg'(DA)
Absolute humidity
50%
Relative humidity
38.5kJ/kg(DA)
Enthalpy
0ºC
1.9g/kg'(DA)
50%
4.7kJ/kg(DA)
{
Indoor supply-air
Indoor
_ Outdoor
=
× Temp recovery + Outdoor
temperature (ºC)
temperature (ºC)
temperature (ºC)
efficiency (%)
temperature (ºC)
Calculation example : 16ºC=(20ºC _ 0ºC)×80%+0ºC
}
The remarkable technology that permits the intake of fresh air with
minimal loss to indoor temperature is know as the LOSSNAY
Core. The cross-flow, plate-fin structure of the energy-recovery
unit along with a specially processed diaphragm keep supply and
exhaust air separate, ensuring that only fresh air is introduced to
the indoor environment while also allowing for the efficient transfer
of heat.
The improvements
Outdoors
LOSSNAY system can save up to 30% on
plant.
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Enthalpy (kJ/kg(DA))
The basic principle
cooling energy to either warm and cool
Fresh air supply
to the room
Relative humidity (%)
Every building needs a supply of fresh air to keep its inhabitants healthy and comfortable. Outdoor air though is rarely, if ever,
,
the same temperature as that maintained by the building s air conditioning system. In the summer, it is too hot. In the winter, it
is too cold. This puts added stress on the air conditioner to compensate for the intake of the hot or cold air adding to the
expense of operating the system. LOSSNAY all but eliminates this problem with original energy-recovery technology that uses
the heat of the stale indoor air to be expelled in order to either heat or cool the incoming fresh air to a temperature much closer
to the existing indoor air. This process reduces the load on the air conditioning system without cutting off the supply of vitally
necessary fresh air.
live and work comfort and safety.
years, the LOSSNAY system has perfected
1.9
Energy-recovery calculating equation
Indoor supply-air
Outdoor
Temp recovery
_ Indoor
_ Outdoor
temperature (ºC) = temperature (ºC)
temperature (ºC)
temperature (ºC) × efficiency (%)
Calculation example : 27.7ºC=33ºC_(33ºC _ 26ºC)×76%
* The above applies to the case of LGH-100RX5 (High notch).
provide conditions under which people can
Developed and refined over the past 30
0
5.2
33ºC
Energy-recovery calculating equation
Poor air quality can be attributed to many
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Absolute humidity (g/kg'(DA))
Outdoor air
Dry bulb temperature
Some 38 years ago, that simple principle led to the development
of our most advanced air-conditioning technology.
Dry bulb temperature (ºC)
RA
Stale air induction
(dirty heating/cooling air)
The microscopically small pores of the diaphragm have been
made even smaller, decreasing the rate at which water soluble
gases such as ammonia and hydrogen pass through. Further, a
new specially processed paper used to make the diaphragm has
been developed with high moisture permeability characteristics
that aid in the transference of moisture for improved energy
exchange efficiency. These developments further improve
moisture permeability and effectiveness in shielding unwanted
gases, resulting in a lower rate of gas transference and more
highly efficient energy transfer.
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Hyper Eco Core
New function: "By-pass" Ventilation External Control Setting
Better energy conservation by improved total heat exchange efficiency.
In addition to the automatic damper open/close
function, open/close control via external devices
is now possible, delivering a“By-pass”
ventilation system that is suitable to the installed
environment.
Introducing the new Hyper Eco Element
Mitsubishi's newly developed Hyper Eco Element is on
board, offering the industry's best total heat exchange
efficiency. Energy conservation performance has been
improved not only by reducing the air conditioning load
associated with ventilation, but also by facilitating humidity
penetration.
Outdoors
EA
(exhaust air)
Indoors
SA
(supply air)
Control devices (example)
.Temperature sensor
.Humidity sensor
.Timers
Exhaust air
Enthalpy exchange efficiency improve
*Cooling, High Fan speed, 50Hz
RX4
RX5
Damper
Return air
Supply air
Fresh air
LOSSNAY core
Establish the wire connection by inserting the optional remote
display adaptor (PAC-SA88HA-E) in the connector CN16
(Ventilation mode selector).
Element Structure
"By-pass" operation
Remote display adaptor
(Optional) PAC-SA88HA-E
Brown 1
Red 2
SW1
(outside air)
SW1: By-pass ventilation operation switch
(When closed: For By-pass ventilation operation)
73%
RA
(return air)
Yellow 4
Green 5
Humidity does not
penetrate easily.
Humidity penetration is
facilitated.
The automatic damper mode automatically provides the
correct ventilation for the conditions in the room. The
following shows the effect “By-pass” ventilation will have
under various conditions.
70%
69%
68%
Improved adhesive
agent material
67%
66%
Dividerplates
65%
Humidity
Not used. Insulate completely.
Max wiring length 10 m
Automatic ventilation setting
71%
Hyper Eco Element
Adhesive agent
with low humidity
penetration rate
Fan speed/
Ventilation
mode selection
72%
Hyper Element
Spacerplates
CN16
Orange 3
With SW1 is “ON”, the ventilation mode of LOSSNAY is
changed to the By-pass ventilation regardless of the
setting on the remote controller.
74%
OA
LOSSNAY
control board
New adhesive agent
with high humidity
penetration rate
64%
15RX
Type
25RX
Type
35RX
Type
50RX
Type
65RX
Type
80RX
Type
100RX 150RX 200RX
Type
Type
Type
1. Reduces cooling load
If the air outside is cooler than the air inside the building
during the cooling season (such as early morning or
at night), “By-pass” ventilation will draw in the cooler
outside air and reduce the cooling load on the system.
Extra Low Mode
CO2 Sensor
Additional energy conservation by using a
four-level air volume system that allows
more precise control.
The system allows you to measure
CO2 density and thereby control the
amount of fresh air supplied. By
connecting a CO2 sensor to the
connector CN16, which is added to
the LOSSNAY main unit, the setting
can be switched to High, Low, or Extra Low
operation, which is selected when the sensor is
turned ON. This system produces additional energy
conservation.
In addition to the conventional Extra High, High, and Low
modes, an Extra Low mode is added to provide a more
dynamic range of air volume settings and versatility in a
variety of installation environments, yielding much better
energy conservation. Using a simplified timer function, it
switches to Extra Low operation when the operation stop
button is activated and it is accordingly possible to implement
24-hour energy conservation ventilation.
A)
Extra Low
Low
2. Night purge
“By-pass” ventilation can be used to release hot air from
inside the building that has accumulated in buildings a
business district during the hot summer season.
3. Office equipment room cooling
During cold season, fresh air can be drawn in and used as
is to cool rooms where the temperature has risen due to
the use of office equipment.
* When the outdoor air tempereture drops lower than 8ºC it changes to the heat exchange
ventilation. (Display of the remote controller does not change)
* In the case of “By-pass” ventilation, the supply air temperature slightly rises more than the
outside air temperature because of the heat effect around the ducts or the unit motors.
Fan speed
High
High CO2
density
Fan speed
Extra-Low
Low CO2
density
CO2Sensor
CO2Sensor
High
Air volume can be set using a pin position.
To force High fan speed externally
B)
Extra Low
Low
Extra High
CO2 sensor, etc.
(When CO2 increases: Closed)
SW1
* The Extra High and High ventilation modes are selectable by the initial
setting.
* Extra-Low not equipped LGH-150RX 5 and 200RX5.
* The ventilation mode is actually selected in three levels, and the remote
controller also displays these three levels.
SW1: High fan speed operation switch
(When closed: For High fan speed operation)
3
Remote display adaptor
(Optional) PAC-SA88HA-E
Brown 1
Red 2
Orange 3
Yellow 4
Green 5
LOSSNAY
control board
CN16
When SW1 is "ON", fan speed of the LOSSNAY will be set
to "High"(Extra-High) regardless of the remote control setting.
Use this in such a way that it ventilates at Low or Extra-Low
fan speed normally, and when the external sensor detects
contamination of indoor air, it changes to High (Extra High)
fan speed operation.
Fan speed/
Ventilation
mode selection
Not used. Insulate completely.
Max wiring length 10 m
4
Multi-ventilation Mode enables the appropriate supply/
exhaust balance to be selected to suit the usage environment and location
Featuring "Multi-ventilation Mode,"
which allows the air supply/exhaust
balance to be varied dynamically.
The supply/exhaust balance can be
selected to suit the usage environment
and location, such as allowing for air
exhausted via extractor fans. Modes can
be selected easily by setting the
connectors on the circuit board.
Control switch
Hand-held remote control
for microprocessor type
High
Low
Ventilation mode
Supply airflow Exhaust airflow
Unit setting * Factory setting is "High" for
both supply and exhaust.
Air supply
Air exhaust
High
Power air supply/exhaust mode
High
High
High
Power air supply mode
High
Low
High
Low
Power air exhaust mode
Low
High
Low
High
Energy-saving ventilation mode
Low
Low
Newly Adopted Dot Matrix Display Available in Eight Languages
ARIAESTERNA
VENTILATION
ITALIANO
ENGLISH
e
Air supply and exhaust are "Low"
irrespective of unit setting.
* "High notch" can also be further set to "Extra High" using the unit switch.
Offers choice of 9 air supply/exhaust combination patterns.
Geblasebetrieb
Deutsch
Normal office, etc.
Providing efficient ventilation
while maintaining air
supply/exhaust balance...
Power air supply
/exhaust
Smaller offices or
tenant buildings, etc.
Using LOSSNAY compensates
for using extractor fans...
Power air supply
Smoking areas, etc.
Priority on air exhaust...
Power air exhaust
New Remote Controller PZ-60DR-E
Energy Saving by
VENTILACIoN
VENTILATION
ESPANOL
FRENCH
timer
Air volume level can be set hourly (max 8
times) and weekly. You can pre-set air
volume according to the predictable
requirement so that LOSSNAY can
automatically operate at only necessary
air-speed at the specified time period,
which saves power consumption while
maintaining the indoor air quality.
Besides, once the weekly timer has been
set, no switching on-off is required.
Example A (Hourly)
current RX4 series with PZ-41SLB controller
8:00
new RX5 series with PZ-60DR-E
8:00
9:00
low
13:00
low
17:00
high
19:00
low
22:00
extra low
1,210W (18%) less
Example B (Weekly)
8:00
Saturday
to
Sunday
9:00
low
8:00
Friday
Energy Saving by
12:00
high
Tolal power consumption in one day : LGH-100RX4-E : 6,600W (14 hours)
LGH-100RX5-E : 5,390W (14 hours)
Monday
to
Thursday
A new remote controller for the RX5 series is now available. In addition to boosting the energy conservation performance of
the main unit, the remote controller features a variety of new functions which also pursue additional energy conservation.
The appearance of the remote controller conforms to Mitsubishi air conditioner interface design standards.
Functions that were set using Dip-Switch on the LOSSNAY main unit can now be configured as needed using the new remote controller. This eliminates the need to crawl under the eaves to change operation settings.
Also, a newly adopted dot matrix display provides much more information, making it easy to check maintenance indications, operation status display, and explanations required when configuring settings.
22:00
high
12:00
high
9:00
low
13:00
low
12:00
high
17:00
high
13:00
low
19:00
low
17:00
high
22:00
extra low
22:00
extra low
8:00
22:00
extra low
Night Purge Function
During the summer season, the Night Purge function draws cooler outside air into the room to suppress temperature
rises at night. This energy conservation function reduces the load when air conditioning is started the next morning.
Dot matrix display
While air conditioning and
ventilation are not operating,
the room temperature rises as
a result of heat from the
skeleton and OA equipment.
When the outside temperature
becomes lower than the room
temperature, ventilation starts
automatically.
At night, the outside
temperature drops.
Hot air is discharged.
When the room becomes
sufficiently cool, ventilation
is stopped.
ON/OFF button
Fan speed Adjustment button
Button
CLEAR button
Filter button
Return button
Timer MENU (MONITOR/SET) button
Set time buttons Back Ahead
OPERATION buttons
Back Ahead
Function selector button
"Extra Low" fan speed button
OPERATION button
The air conditioning load
required to reach the set
temperature the next
morning is reduced.
Timer ON/OFF (DAY) button
The out door temperture (OA) setting can be selected either 17゜
C or 28゜
C by using Dip-Switch (SW2-7) in the LOSSNAY control box. Refer to the Instillation Manual for more information.
*Do not use the night purge function if fog and heavy rain is expected. The entry of rain water may occur in the night.
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6
Control
The New Remote Controller PZ-60DR-E enable simple control setting
Interlocked with Air conditioners
LOSSNAY independent
Interlocked with City Multi
Interlocked with Mr.Slim
M-NET transmission line
City Multi
Slim-LOSSNAY connection cable
LOSSNAY
RX5
Mr.Slim
Can Be Used With AG-150A Centralized Controller
Controllers are one of the most important and familiar devices in an air conditioning system. Not only does it control to provide
optimum air environment but supports operations to minimize running costs and to preserve energy. Through studies and
development, we've visualized a new system controller meeting needs with versatile options.
With a new coloured touch panel, new functions, and continuation of all the current G-50A functions, AG-150A visualizes its
functions from basic control to advanced operations and bringing an ultimate controller to reality.
LOSSNAY RX5
(Max 15 unit)
– Design your control
with our new centralized controller; AG -150A.
System structure
LOSSNAY
RX5
M-NET
Switching Hub
LOSSNAY remote
controller
PZ-60DR-E
can be connected
PZ-52SF-E can be used insted of PZ-60DR-E,
However, function is limited and connecting
position is different.
LOSSNAY remote
controller
PZ-60DR-E
The LOSSNAY remote controller (PZ-60DR-E,
PZ-41SLB-E) can not be used with this system.
PZ-41SLB-E can be connected however function
is limited.
M-NET
adapter
LAN
(100BASE-TX)
M-NET
A Control
AG -150A
Remote
Monitoring PC
Remote monitoring
via a Web browser
Power supply unit
(PAC-SC51KUA)
Centralized Controller System
General Equipment
DIDO Controller (PAC-YG66DCA)
Hub
Centralized controller
AG-150A
Temp/Humidity sensor
Lights
M-NET
Outdoor unit
Hub
Interlocked with
City Multi indoor units
Indoor unit
LOSSNAY RX5
Power supply unit
(PAC-SC51KUA)
Network remote
controller
Mr.Slim
indoor unit
PI Controller (PAC-YG60MCA)
Network remote
controller
LOSSNAY remote
controller
PZ-60DR-E
ON/OFF
Operation mode switching
LOSSNAY remote
controller
PZ-60DR-E
Temperature setting
Interlocked with
external devices
LOSSNAY RX5
LOSSNAY remote
controller
PZ-60DR-E
Ext. signal source
Modem
VPN
Router
Internet
Remote
monitoring PC
Mobile phone
of service person
Note : Use a security device such as a VPN router when connecting the
AG-150A to the Internet to prevent unauthorized access.
Item
Controllable unit
LOSSNAY units only
LOSSNAY remote
controller
PZ-60DR-E
Modem
: Each unit
Mr.Slim
remote controller
LOSSNAY RX5
Service company
/Sales office
Remote monitoring
via a Web browser
Functions
LOSSNAY RX5
LOSSNAY RX5
AG-150A / GB-50A
VPN
Router
Interlocked with
Mr. Slim indoor units
Mr.Slim
outdoor unit
Watt hour meter
Central Control PC
(TG-2000A)
*Ver. 5.50 or later
Indoor unit
Ventilation
AI Controller (PAC-YG63MCA)
Fan speed setting
Air flow direction setting
Schedule operation
Permit / Prohibit
local operation
Indoor unit intake temperature
Error
Test run
Ventilation interlock
External input/output
: Each group
: Each block
: Each floor
: Collective
Description
: Not available
Operations
Display
Up to 50 units/groups.
Run and stop operation for the air conditioner units and general equipment.
(To operate general equipment, PAC-YG66DCA is required.)
Switches between Cool / Dry / Auto / Fan / Heat. (Group of LOSSNAY unit : automatic ventilation/
vent - heat interchange/ normal ventilation) depending on the air conditioner unit.
Auto mode is for City Multi R2 and WR2 series only.
Cool/Dry : 19 (67 ) - 30 (87 ) [14 (57 ) - 30 (87 )]
Heat : 17 (63 ) - 28 (83 ) [17 (63 ) - 28 (83 )]
Auto : 19 (67 ) - 28 (83 ) [17 (63 ) - 28 (83 )]
[ ] in case of using middle-temperature on PDFY, PEFY-VML/VMR/VMS/VMH-by setting DipSW7-1 to ON.
Yet, PEFY-P-VMH-E-F is excluded.
Models with 4 air flow speed settings: Hi/Mid-2/Mid-1/Low
Models with 3 air flow speed settings: Hi/Mid/Low
Models with 2 air flow speed settings: Hi/Low
Fan speed setting (including Auto) varies depending on the model.
Air flow direction angles, 4-angle or 5-angle Swing, Auto (Louver cannot be set)
Weekly schedule can be set by groups based on daily operation pattern.
Individually prohibit operation of each local remote control function
(Start/Stop, Change operation mode, Set temperature, Reset filter).
Measures the intake temperature of the indoor unit only when the indoor unit is operating.
When an error is currently occurring on an air conditioner unit, the afflicted unit and the error code are displayed.
This operates air conditioner units in test run mode.
The ventilation unit (LOSSNAY) is able to automatically start its operation when operation of the interlocked indoor unit starts.
By using optional external input/output adaptor (PAC-YG10HA) you can set and monitor the following.
Input : By level signal : "Batch start/stop", "Batch emergency stop"
By pulse signal : "Batch start/stop", "Enable/disable local remote controller"
Output : "Start/stop", "Error/Normal"
X
X
*NOTE: Operation and displayed content vary depending on the indoor unit model.
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List of Remote Controller Settings and Functions
Controllers
The remote controller provides a wide range of functions and features other than the main functions described above, such as
sophisticated energy conservation control and an easy to see, easy to use interface.
LOSSNAY remote controller (PZ-60DR-E)
New Controller
PZ-60DR-E
(V Controlling)
PZ-52SF-E
(M-NET)
120
New Function
Extra low fan speed (Except LGH-150RX5 and 200RX5)
Weekly timer
Simple timer
Night Purge mode
Multi languages display
24-hours ventilation (Except LGH-150RX5 and 200RX5)
Operation function limit
Clock display
Contact number setting for error situation
LOSSNAY core cleaning sign
Air volume display by external signal
By-pass display by external signal
Possible setting from the controller in addition to unit Dip-SW setting
Extra High / High switch setting
Multi Ventilation mode
Power supply / exhaust when operation starts
Pulse input
Inter locking mode
Automatic recovery following power supply interruption
Delay operation at heating or cooling start-up
Operation output monitor
Exhaust fan stop at outdoor air lower than -15ºC
Exhaust fan stop during defrosting,exhaust fan Low speed operation at outdoor air lower than -15ºC
By-pass automatic ventilation priority setting
Filter cleaning sign
Maintenance display
Total operated hours
Total LOSSNAY mode operated hours
Error history
Carry on function
In the use of MELANS M-NET
2 controllers display
"Central" indication(use prohibition)
PZ-41SLB-E
(V Controlling)
19
130
1–15
120
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
only auto recover mode
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
(in unit setting)
8
70
48
33
70
48
Unit: mm
8
33
Unit: mm
*Stock available only.
*Stock available only.
Source power requirement
Interface condition for
transmission line
Number of LOSSNAY units
controlled by PZ-41SLB-E
Input voltage: 9VDC-15VDC, 0.02A
Power received from a LOSSNAY
unit, TM4 1 - 2
Specialized transmission line:
DC power+AM modulation
1–15
Source power requirement
Interface condition for
transmission line
Input voltage: 17VDC – 30VDC, 0.02A
Power received from an outdoor
unit or a power supply unit via
M-NET transmission line.
M-NET transmission line:
30VDC+AMI signal (±5VDC)
Number of M-NET controlled LOSSNAY 1–16
units controlled by PZ-52SF-E
Filters
B
B
取 付 日
High-efficiency filter
This high-efficiency filter (with 65% colorimetricity EU-F7) can be incorporated inside the LOSSNAY unit without the need to attach parts from other
systems, as done to date. The main unit external dimensions are unchanged,
and processing capacity ranges between 150m3/h and 2,000m3/h.
AIR
FLOW 年 月 日
Standard filter
Replacement components for the standard air filter supplied with the
LOSSNAY LGH main unit.
A
A
C
C
Installation with duct direction changed
Avoid installations
where the stale air
exhaust aperture
would be blocked by
lighting or air conditioning units.
Can be installed
close to the surface
of the wall.
A space is necessary to
prevent the influx of
rainwater.
OA
EA
Changing the duct direction
Collar
Aperture Plate
9
Number of LOSSNAY units
controlled by PZ-41SLB-E
LOSSNAY M-NET remote controller (PZ-52SF-E)
LOSSNAY remote controller (PZ-41SLB-E)
Ducts can be connected in two different directions to the outdoor vents thanks to collars and aperture plates that can be interchangeably placed in two different positions. This flexibility allows for installations close to the surface of a wall and helps
avoid cases where the stale air exhaust vent would be blocked by an obstruction of some kind. This makes both planning and
installation that much simpler.
EA
Power received from a LOSSNAY unit,
TM4 1 - 2
Unit: mm
Connect ducts in two different directions (OA, EA side)
Standard installation
Source power requirement
120
Function(Communicating mode)
Exchangeable
OA
Model
Lighting, etc.
EA
OA
Remove the collar (factory-standard direction) and the side
panel aperture plate and switch their placements. They are
both equipped with screw stoppers making the switch extremely simple.
The direction of the ducts can only be changed on the outside
(OA and EA).
The inside cannot be changed (SA and RA).
The position of the suspension bracket is changed to improve workability.
OA/EA square duct (LGH-150・200R)
By attaching the suspension
bracket in the center of the product,
the suspension bracket does not
need to be moved even when the
product is mounted upside down.
(Model LGH-15 to 65)
OA/EA is square duct. This simplifies
installation and reduces total installation
time.
PZ-25RF8-E
PZ-35RF8-E
PZ-50RF8-E
PZ-65RF8-E
PZ-80RF8-E
PZ-100RF8-E
Number of
Dimension (mm) filters
per set
A
333
399
470
433
451
565
B
156
183
183
218
243
243
Applicable model
Filter
material
C Supply Exhaust
2
2
15
LGH-15RX5-E,LGH-25RX5-E
2
2
20
LGH-35RX5-E
Nonwoven filter
2
2
15
LGH-50RX5-E
Collection
efficiency
2
2
15
LGH-65RX5-E
(EU-G3)
2
2
15
LGH-80RX5-E,LGH-150RX5-E(2sets)
2
2
15
LGH-100RX5-E,LGH-200RX5-E(2sets)
Dimension (mm) Number of
Filter
filters
Applicable model
material
per set
A
B
2
144
327
LGH-15RX5-E,LGH-25RX5-E
PZ-25RFM
Non combustible
2
171
393
LGH-35RX5-E
PZ-35RFM
fiber
2
171
464
PZ-50RFM
LGH-50RX5-E
(Polyester
2
205
427
PZ-65RFM
LGH-65RX5-E
polyolefin)
2
232
446
PZ-80RFM
LGH-80RX5-E,LGH-150RX5-E(2sets)
(EU-F7)
2
232
559
PZ-100RFM
LGH-100RX5-E,LGH-200RX5-E(2sets)
Model
Incorporation into the main unit is simple, and filter changes can be performed via the main unit inspection opening.
10
A Breath of Freshness in Restaurants, Offices, and Schools
Restaurants
Offices
Schools
A restaurant can never be too clean and
its air never too fresh
Fresh air–improving the overall quality
of working life
Creating the best possible environment
for our children to succeed
The atmosphere of a restaurant is crucial to securing
customers and making them happy enough to come back
for more. Cleanliness is the key to an attractive atmosphere and restaurants devote significant effort to ensuring
the premises are sanitary. Sanitation and cleanliness, however, are not enough. No matter how clean a restaurant
may look, if there are bothersome odors lingering in the air,
all those efforts go to waste and the restaurant's clean
image is tarnished. For these reasons, we invite restaurant
owners to leave the air to LOSSNAY. LOSSNAY's superior
ventilation capabilities ensure that every breath is a breath
of freshness keeping guests happy. LOSSNAY also keeps
owners happy with its remarkable heat recovery technology
that supplies fresh outdoor air with minimal change to
indoor temperature, saving on energy and expense.
Many office buildings today are heavily insulated air-tight
structures with little or no natural ventilation. The unnatural
environment created by air conditioners without added ventilation is a breeding ground for bacteria. Factor this in with
the accumulation of pollutants and odors in the form of
cigarette smoke, formaldehyde, pollen, dust, and carbon
dioxide, and the necessity of ventilation becomes ever more
apparent. In fact, poorly ventilated buildings can give rise
to Sick Building Syndrome, a malady that is known to cause
headaches, sore eyes, itching, and concentration loss.
This results not only in discomfort at best and sickness at
worst for the building's occupants, but also the reduced
productivity of the workforce. Fresh air, effectively ventilated throughout the building, is therefore essential to the
overall quality of working life.
Children deserve all the help we can give for them to grow
up healthy, happy, and prosperous. No matter how good a
school's curriculum, no matter how positive and enthusiastic
the teacher, a child who does not feel well will have a hard
time learning. The constant flow of fresh air is nowhere as
important as it is in our schools. In classrooms where large
numbers of students are gathered for long periods of time,
carbonic gases have the tendency to accumulate, decreasing the levels of oxygen that are vital for alertness and concentration. This is especially true during the winter months
when windows tend to remain closed. LOSSNAY ventilates
fresh outdoor air into classrooms to replenish the supply of
oxygen and expels not only carbon dioxide, but also other
pollutants and odors that inevitably sully the air.
If it’s LOSSNAY...
If it’s LOSSNAY...
If it’s LOSSNAY...
Ventilators work to exhaust stale air and supply fresh,
clean air free of the odors associated with cooking,
cigarettes, and the people working and dining.
Simultaneous forced-air supply and exhaust introduces
fresh, outdoor air into the building,
effectively ventilating even fully airtight structures.
The continuous influx of fresh, outdoor air and the exhaust
of stale, indoor air ensure that the indoor oxygen level is
maintained at just the right balance for comfort and health.
Change in room temperature is kept to a minimum during
ventilation thanks to the heat-recovery function.
Multiple split-type units operate independently of
one another, simplifying system set up and ensuring a
layout that optimally matches nearly any office design.
Occupants have the luxury of breathing fresh air at
all times even in highly air-tight buildings.
The ventilators operate very quietly so those in
the midst of enjoying their meals will not be bothered
by any excess noise.
LOSSNAY operation can be interlocked with
air-conditioning system operation.
LOSSNAY's sound attenuation qualities prevent outside
noise from penetrating into the room, helping to
maintain a quiet environment for productive study.
A large array of ventilators is available to match
the layout of just about any restaurant.
Heat that is commonly lost due to ventilation is collected
and reused thanks to the LOSSNAY Core,
reducing air conditioners’ energy load and
cutting operating costs.
Heat-exchange technology prevents fluctuations
in temperature for significant energy savings
when either heating or cooling a room.
What would you most like to see improved in restaurants?
O2 concentration and deficiency
52.3%
Improvement in overall cleanliness
Others: No response
21%
Promotion of waste prevention: 5.4%
Improvement in employees’
attitude toward customer
service: 20.5%
O2 Concentration (%)
Reduction of time required for
food to reach the table: 12.0%
18%
21
Improvement in atmosphere: 6.5%
16%
Normal air
15
10
5
0
Safety
minimum
Increased
respiration
and pulse
12%
10%
8%
Dizziness,
nausea,loss of Paleness of
Comatose
muscle strength skin, vomiting.
Unconsciousness (death in 8min)
(precursors
to death)
6%
Convulsions
respiration
stops, death
1996 Foodstuffs Consumption Monitor, Second Periodic Survey (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Japan)
11
12
Specifications / Dimensions
LGH-15 to 100RX5
LGH-15RX5-E
LGH-15RX5-E
Model
Frequency / Power source
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Current (A)
0.44-0.46
0.37-0.38
0.25-0.25
0.14-0.15
0.45-0.46
0.37-0.38
0.25-0.26
0.14-0.15
96-110
80-90
53-59
30-35
97-110
81-91
54-61
30-35
(m3/h)
150
150
110
70
150
150
110
70
(L/s)
42
42
31
19
42
42
31
19
(mmH2O)
10.2-10.7
6.6-7.1
3.6-4.1
1.4
10.2-10.7
6.6-7.1
3.6-4.1
1.4
(Pa)
100-105
65-70
35-40
14
100-105
65-70
35-40
14
82.0
82.0
84.0
85.5
Heating
75.0
75.0
77.5
81.0
Cooling
73.0
73.0
76.5
81.0
27.5-28
26.5-27
22-23.5
18
28.5-29
27-28
23-24
18-19
LOSSNAY ventilation
Power consumption (W)
Air volume
External static pressure
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
Noise (dB)
By-pass ventilation
Weight (kg)
20
Under 0.8A Less
Starting current
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 6dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
50Hz/Single phase 220V
Enth
Ent
80
30
300
60
25
250
50
20
200
15
150
hal
py
exch
ange
effic
ienc
exc
y(H
han
eatin
ge
g)
eff
icie
nc
y(C
oo
ling
)
10
20m
Extra high
100
Extra low
15m
10m
High
5m
5
0
50
0
50
100
150
200
70
30
300
60
25
250
Temp
efficieerature exc
Enth
hange
ncy
alpy
exch
Ent
ange
hal
e
py
fficie
exc
ncy
han
(He
ge
atin
g)
eff
icie
nc
y(C
oo
ling
)
50
20
200
Extra high
15
150
80
100mm
dia
pipe
length
Low
Pa
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
LGH-150 and 200RX5
70
alpy
50Hz/Single phase 240V
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
90
Temp
e
efficie rature exch
ncy
ange
250
10
20
30
20m
10m
100
High
Extra low
5m
5
0
50
0
50
100
(m2/h)
0
100mm
dia
pipe
length
15m
Low
10
Pa
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
90
150
200
250
(m2/h)
40
50
60
70
0
10
20
Air volume (L/s)
30
40
50
60
70
Air volume (L/s)
Position where duct direction change is possible
102
768
Air exhaust fan
By-pass damper plate
Ceiling suspension fixture
(4-13x20 oval)
65
RA
(return air)
782
20
150 ~250
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
More than 600
OA
(outside air intake)
102
Inspection
opening
LOSSNAY core
Position where duct direction
change is possible
13
780
Control box
30
273
Maintenance cover
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
103
97.5
110
30
103
SA
(supply air)
Power supply
cable opening
65
Air supply fan
95
735
530
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
Air filters(EU-G3)
Unit: mm
14
LGH-25RX5-E
LGH-35RX5-E
LGH-25RX5-E
Model
Frequency / Power source
LGH-35RX5-E
Model
Frequency / Power source
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Current (A)
0.52-0.55
0.47-0.48
0.26-0.27
0.17-0.18
0.53-0.55
0.47-0.48
0.26-0.27
0.17-0.18
Current (A)
0.92-0.92
0.74-0.74
0.5-0.51
0.28-0.3
0.93-0.94
0.77-0.77
0.51-0.52
0.28-0.3
Power consumption (W)
113-129
102-114
56-62
36-42
115-131
103-115
56-63
36-42
Power consumption (W)
195-212
160-169
105-116
58-69
197-217
164-173
105-116
58-69
(m3/h)
250
250
155
105
250
250
155
105
(m3/h)
350
350
210
115
350
350
210
115
(L/s)
69
69
43
29
69
69
43
29
(L/s)
97
97
58
32
97
97
58
32
(mmH2O)
8.2-8.7
5.1-6.1
2-2.5
0.9
8.2-8.7
5.1-6.1
2-2.5
0.9
(mmH2O)
15.8-16.3
7.6-8.2
2.5-3.1
0.9
15.8-16.3
7.6-8.2
2.5-3.1
0.9
(Pa)
80-85
50-60
20-25
9
80-85
50-60
20-25
9
(Pa)
155-160
75-80
25-30
9
155-160
75-80
25-30
9
79.0
79.0
81.5
83.5
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
80.0
80.0
85.0
88.0
Heating
69.5
69.5
74.0
77.5
71.5
71.5
76.5
81.5
68.0
68.0
72.5
76.0
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
Heating
Cooling
Cooling
71.0
71.0
75.5
81.0
26-27
25-26
20-21.5
18-19
32-32
28.5-29.5
21.5-23
18
32.5-32.5
29.5-30.5
21.5-24
18
LOSSNAY ventilation
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
Weight (kg)
26.5-27.5
25.5-26.5
20.5-22
18-19
Weight (kg)
20
Under 0.9A Less
Starting current
50Hz/Single phase 220V
Exchange
efficiency
80
70
60
200
60
50
150
dia
pipe
length
40m
150
Low
100
5
50
0
0
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
80
Enth
alpy
Enth
alpy
e
70
exch
a
xcha
nge
350
nge
effic
ienc
effic
ie
y(He
ncy(
60
Coo
300
30
30m
High
Extra low
20m
10m
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
25
250
20
200
150
dia
pipe
length
Extra high
40m
150
15
30m
Low
High
10
100
5
50
0
0
Extra low
10m
50
100
150
(m2/h)
0
20m
200
250
300
350
400
(m2/h)
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
0
25
250
20
200
10
50
Low
0
0
50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500
0
Air volume (L/s)
20
40
60
80
100
120
LOSSNAY core
780
150mm
dia
pipe
length
30m
High
Extra low
150
20m
Low
100
10m
5
50
0
0
50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500
20
40
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
60
80
100
120
140
Position where duct direction change is possible
By-pass damper plate
Ceiling suspension fixture
875
80
(4-13x20 oval)
124
921
874
650
30
273
g)
RA
(return air)
124
Inspection
opening
LOSSNAY core
64
142
160
SA
(supply air)
Power supply
cable opening
Air supply fan
Control box
80
55
315
Maintenance cover
888
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
64
55
30
63
Control box
OA
(outside air intake)
Maintenance cover
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
63
eatin
Air volume (L/s)
20
20
Inspection
opening
ncy(
H
ienc
y(
142
160
150 ~250
102
SA
(supply air)
Power supply
cable opening
65
Air supply fan
95
782
735
530
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
More than 600
OA
(outside air intake)
200
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
RA
(return air)
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
20
0
Ceiling suspension fixture
(4-13x20 oval)
65
150~250
768
250
140
Air exhaust fan
More than 600
102
effic
ie
effic
Coo
ling)
Air volume (L/s)
By-pass damper plate
ange
ange
(m2/h)
Position where duct direction change is possible
Air exhaust fan
25
10
10m
50
exch
exch
300
30
15
20m
Extra
low
Temp
efficieerature e
xcha
ncy
nge
Extra high
High
100
5
350
30m
150
15
60
alpy
Enth
alpy
70
150mm
dia
pipe
length
Enth
(m2/h)
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Air volume (L/s)
50
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
80
ating
)
ling)
50Hz/Single phase 240V
90
Temp
e
efficie rature ex
chan
ncy
ge
Extra high
Extra high
15
10
70
50Hz/Single phase 220V
90
Tem
effic perature
ienc
Enth
y exchang
alpy
e
exch
ange
Ent
halp
effic
ienc
y ex
y(H
cha
eatin
nge
g)
effic
ienc
y(Co
oling
)
Pa
20
50Hz/Single phase 240V
Exchange
efficiency
Pa
250
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 10dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
80
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
25
Pa
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
50
90
Tem
effic perature
ienc
En th
y exchang
alpy
e
exch
ang
Ent
e
halp
effic
y ex
ienc
y(H
cha
eatin
nge
g)
effic
ienc
y( Co
oling
)
29
Under 2.4A Less
Starting current
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 10dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
90
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
Noise (dB)
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
Noise (dB)
External static pressure
95
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
Air volume
By-pass ventilation
Pa
External static pressure
LOSSNAY ventilation
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
Air volume
By-pass ventilation
Position where duct direction
change is possible
15
Air filters (EU-G3)
Unit: mm
Position where duct direction
change is possible
Air filters(EU-G3)
Unit: mm
16
LGH-50RX5-E
LGH-65RX5-E
LGH-50RX5-E
Frequency / Power source
LOSSNAY ventilation
By-pass ventilation
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
LOSSNAY ventilation
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Current (A)
1.2-1.25
1.0-1.0
0.85-0.85
0.4-0.4
1.25-1.25
1.0-1.0
0.85-0.85
0.4-0.4
Power consumption (W)
255-286
207-228
175-190
80-95
260-290
210-230
180-195
80-95
(m3/h)
500
500
390
180
500
500
390
180
(L/s)
139
139
108
50
139
139
108
50
(mmH2O)
15.3-15.8
6.6-9.2
4.1-6.1
1.0
15.3-15.8
6.6-9.2
4.1-6.1
1.0
(Pa)
150-155
65-90
40-60
10
150-155
65-90
40-60
10
78.0
78.0
81.0
86.0
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
Heating
69.0
69.0
71.0
78.0
Cooling
66.5
66.5
68.0
77.0
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
33-34
30.5-32
26.5-28
19
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
Weight (kg)
34-35
31-32.5
27-29
19
50Hz/Single phase 220V
350
60
30
300
25
250
20
200
15
150
10
excha
Ent
nge
halp
efficie
ncy
ye
xchan
ge e
fficien
Enth
cy (H
alpy
eatin
exch
g)
ange
efficie
ncy
(Coo
ling)
Extra high
200mm
dia
pipe
length
50m
High
40m
Low
100
30m
Extra low
5
20m
50
10m
0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
70
35
350
60
30
300
50
60m
Pa
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
50
rature
25
250
20
200
15
150
10
excha
nge
efficie
ncy
ye
xchan
ge eff
icienc
Enth
y (H
alpy
eatin
exch
g)
ange
efficie
ncy
(Coo
ling)
Extra high
Ent
halp
60m
50m
30m
40
60
20m
50
10m
100
200
1.2-1.2
0.6-0.6
Power consumption (W)
350-380
308-322
248-265
120-140
350-385
310-335
250-265
120-140
(m3/h)
650
650
520
265
650
650
520
265
(L/s)
181
181
144
74
181
181
144
74
(mmH2O)
11.2-12.2
6.1-8.2
4.1-5.1
0.8
11.2-12.2
6.1-8.2
4.1-5.1
0.8
(Pa)
110-120
60-80
40-50
8
110-120
60-80
40-50
8
77.0
77.0
80.0
86.0
Heating
68.5
68.5
70.5
78.0
Cooling
66.0
66.0
68.5
77.0
34-34.5
32-33
28.5-31.5
22
34.5-35
32.5-33.5
28.5-30.5
22-22.5
Air volume
External static pressure
Noise (dB)
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
0
80 100 120 140 160 180 200
20
40
60
300
400
500
600
700
50Hz/Single phase 220V
efficiency
(%)
rature
exchan
geefficie
ncy
lpy ex
change
Enth
efficienc
alpy
y
excha
(Heati
nge effic
ng)
iency (C
ooling)
450
60 40
400
50 35
350
30
300
25
250
20
200
15
150
Extra high
10
100
5
50
0
40m
Low
High
30m
Extra low
20m
10m
0
20
124
Inspection
opening
0
25
50
60 40
400
50 35
350
30
300
25
250
20
200
15
150
10
100
5
50
20m
10m
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
25
RA
(return air)
954
692
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250
50
Position where duct direction change is possible
By-pass damper plate
895
Ceiling suspension fixture
(4-13x20 oval)
70
SA
(supply air)
OA
(outside air intake)
95
30m
High
Extra low
0
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
79
40m
Low
Air volume (L/s)
Air exhaust fan
30
60m
50m
0
75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250
133
315
200mm
dia
pipe
length
Extra high
Air volume (L/s)
Power supply
cable opening
133
Inspection
opening
70
386
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
LOSSNAY core
79
Air supply fan
Control box
Maintenance cover
Maintenance cover
888
rature
exchan
ge effic
iency
lpy ex
change
Enth
efficienc
alpy
y
excha
(Heati
nge effic
ng)
iency (C
ooling)
(m2/h)
908
79
30
192
208
LOSSNAY core
79
SA
(supply air)
Power supply
cable opening
65
Air supply fan
Control box
450
0
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
Tempe
Entha
70 45
50m
1063
1016
745
More than 600
150~250
OA
(outside air intake)
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
80 100 120 140 160 180 200
RA
(return air)
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
200mm
dia
pipe
length
efficiency
(%)
(m /h)
Position where duct direction change is possible
By-pass damper plate
Ceiling suspension fixture
875
65
124
80
Entha
70 45
50Hz/Single phase 240V
90 Exchange
Tempe
2
Air volume (L/s)
Air volume (L/s)
Air exhaust fan
Extra Low
40
Under 4.4A Less
(m2/h)
(m /h)
20
40m
High
Low
2
0
1.5-1.5
80
200mm
dia
pipe
length
0
1.7-1.8
rature
Extra low
0
700
0.6-0.6
90 Exchange
Tempe
100
5
1.2-1.2
192
208
35
Exchange
efficiency
(%) 400
80
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
70
50Hz/Single phase 240V
90
Tempe
1.5-1.5
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 10dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
Pa
Exchange
efficiency
(%) 400
80
1.7-1.8
Starting current
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 16dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
90
Low
Current (A)
Weight (kg)
32
Under 3.0A Less
Starting current
High
95
Noise (dB)
Extra High
Pa
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
Extra Low
External static pressure
mmH2O
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
Low
Pa
External static pressure
High
External static pressure
mmH2O
Air volume
By-pass ventilation
Extra High
20
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
LGH-65RX5-E
Model
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
More than 600
150~250
Frequency / Power source
1001
Model
Position where duct direction
change is possible
17
Air filters(EU-G3)
Unit: mm
Position where duct direction
change is possible
Air filters(EU-G3)
Unit: mm
18
LGH-80RX5-E
LGH-100RX5-E
LGH-80RX5-E
Frequency / Power source
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Extra High
High
Low
Extra Low
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
Current (A)
1.75-1.75
1.6-1.6
1.45-1.45
0.60-0.65
1.75-1.75
1.6-1.6
1.45-1.45
0.60-0.65
Power consumption (W)
380-415
345-370
315-340
125-145
380-415
345-370
315-340
120-145
(m3/h)
800
800
700
355
800
800
700
355
(L/s)
222
222
194
99
222
222
194
99
(mmH2O)
14.8-15.3
10.7-12.2
8.2-9.7
2
14.8-15.3
10.7-12.2
8.2-9.7
2
(Pa)
145-150
105-120
80-95
20
145-150
105-120
80-95
20
79.0
79.0
80.5
87.5
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
Heating
71.0
71.0
72.5
79.5
Cooling
70.0
70.0
71.5
79.5
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
33.5-34.5
32-33
30-31
22
LOSSNAY ventilation
Weight (kg)
34.5-35.5
33-34
31-32
22
50Hz/Single phase 220V
En
tha
lpy
nge
exch
ange
effic
Enth
ienc
effic alpy e
y (H
ienc xcha
eatin
y(C nge
g)
ooli
ng)
80
60
50
500
50
Extra high
400
40
60
250mm
dia
pipe
length
300
30
200
20
60m
100
40m
20m
0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
(m2/h)
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
nge
exch
ange
effic
Enth
ienc
y(H
effic alpy exc
eatin
ienc
hang
y(C
g)
ooli e
ng)
y
80m
60m
100
40m
20m
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
(m2/h)
350
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
Air volume (L/s)
Position where duct direction change is possible
By-pass damper plate
Ceiling suspension fixture
(4-15x20 oval)
165
175-200
510-550
460-485
365-395
175-200
(m3/h)
1000
1000
755
415
1000
1000
755
415
(L/s)
278
278
210
115
278
278
210
115
(mmH2O)
16.3-17.3
10.2-11.2
5.6-6.1
1.8
16.3-17.3
10.2-11.2
5.6-6.1
1.8
(Pa)
160-170
100-110
55-60
18
160-170
100-110
55-60
18
80.0
80.0
83.0
87.0
Heating
72.5
72.5
74.0
80.0
Cooling
71.0
71.0
73.0
79.0
36-37
34-35
31-32.5
21-22
37-38
35-36
32-33
21-22
Air volume
External static pressure
Noise (dB)
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
165
Inspection
opening
50Hz/Single phase 220V
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
Ent
halp
En
y ex
tha
lpy
cha
n
exc
50
ge
500
50
40
400
30
300
ge
ge
efficie
effic
ncy(H
eatin
ienc
Position where duct direction
change is possible
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
y(C
Ent
80
En
halp
y
tha
lpy
exc
han
exc
ge
ge
han
500
50
Tem
effic peratur
e ex
ienc
cha
y
n
ge
g)
70
efficie
ng)
250mm
dia
pipe
length
100m
Extra high
60
50
40
400
30
300
20
200
ncy(H
effic
ienc
eatin
y(C
ooli
g)
ooli
ng)
250mm
dia
pipe
length
100m
Extra high
80m
80m
200
20
60m
High
Low
10
40m
Extra low
100
20m
0
0
200
0
50
400
100
600
150
800
200
1000
250
1200
300
350
1400
High
60m
Low
10
40m
Extra low
100
20m
0
0
200
0
400
50
400
100
600
150
800
200
1000
250
300
1200
1400
350
400
Air volume (L/s)
Air volume (L/s)
Position where duct direction change is possible
By-pass damper plate
Ceiling suspension fixture
1010
(4-15x20 oval)
RA
(return air)
1231
917
95
389
399
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
79
SA
(supply air)
Power supply
cable opening
165
Inspection
opening
79
Air filters(EU-G3)
Unit: mm
Position where duct direction
change is possible
Air supply fan
Control box
399
Maintenance cover
LOSSNAY core
242
258
1144
50Hz/Single phase 240V
90
Tem
effic peratur
e ex
ienc
cha
y
n
OA
(outside air intake)
Maintenance cover
LOSSNAY core
79
Air supply fan
Control box
Extra Low
59
Under 4.6A Less
1036
1004
690
350-380
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
SA
(supply air)
Power supply
cable opening
OA
(outside air intake)
More than 600
150~250
445-475
Air exhaust fan
RA
(return air)
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
500-535
165
1010
Air exhaust fan
0.9-0.9
Power consumption (W)
100m
200
0
1.7-1.7
han
Extra low
10
2.1-2.1
70
250mm
dia
pipe
length
Low
20
2.3-2.4
60
300
30
0.9-0.9
80
Extra high
400
Air volume (L/s)
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
alp
Tem
effic peratu
ienc re e
xch
y
a
High
80m
Extra low
10
50
100m
Low
Pa
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
High
1.7-1.7
90
500
40
2.1-2.1
50Hz/Single phase 240V
En
th
50
2.3-2.4
Starting current
80
70
Low
Current (A)
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 17dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
70
90
Tem
effic perat
ienc ure e
xch
y
a
Pa
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
High
Weight (kg)
53
Under 3.8A Less
Starting current
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 16dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
90
Extra High
95
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
Extra Low
Pa
Noise (dB)
Low
1144
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
79
Air filters(EU-G3)
242
258
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
By-pass ventilation
High
External static pressure
m mH 2 O
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
LOSSNAY ventilation
Extra High
Pa
External static pressure
By-pass ventilation
External static pressure
mmH 2 O
Air volume
19
LGH-100RX5-E
Model
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
More than 600
150~250
Frequency / Power source
1263
Model
Unit: mm
20
LGH-150RX5-E
LGH-200RX5-E
LGH-150RX5-E
LOSSNAY ventilation
Power consumption (W)
Extra High
High
Low
3.5-3.5
3.2-3.2
2.9-2.9
3.5-3.5
3.2-3.2
2.9-2.9
Current (A)
Power consumption (W)
760-830
690-740
630-680
765-835
695-745
635-685
1500
1500
1300
1500
1500
1300
(L/s)
417
417
361
417
417
361
(mmH2O)
16.3-17.8
13.3-13.8
9.7-10.2
16.3-17.8
13.3-13.8
9.7-10.2
(Pa)
160-175
130-135
95-100
160-175
130-135
95-100
80.0
80.0
81.0
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
Heating
72.0
72.0
72.5
Cooling
70.5
70.5
71.5
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
38-39
36-37.5
33.5-35
39-40.5
37.5-39
35.5-37
Enth
alp
External static pressure
(mmH 2 O)
50
400
40
300
20
200
Enth
a
e ef
y ex
ficie
ch a
ncy
nge
(He
effic
atin
ienc
g)
y(C
ooli
ng)
70
60
50
Low
High
100
0
0
500
0
100
1000
1500
2000
(m2/h)
200
300
Enth
ang
Extra high
30
10
exch
80
External static pressure
(mmH 2 O)
60
500
50
(Pa)
70
alpy
50Hz/Single phase 240V
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
400
500
600
alpy
lpy e
exch
xcha
ang
nge
400
40
90
300
20
200
enc
y(H
effic
eat
ing
ienc
)
y(C
ooli
ng)
3.4-3.4
715-785
1040-1110
915-980
720-785
2000
1580
2000
2000
1580
(L/s)
556
556
439
556
556
439
(mmH2O)
16.3-16.8
10.2-10.7
6.1-6.6
16.3-16.8
10.2-10.7
6.1-6.6
(Pa)
160-165
100-105
60-65
160-165
100-105
60-65
80.0
80.0
83.0
Heating
72.5
72.5
73.5
Cooling
71.0
71.0
72.0
39.5-40
37-38
32.5-34
40.5-41
38-39
33.5-35
118
Under 11.9A Less
High
100
1000
1500
2000
(m2/h)
200
300
400
2500
90
alpy
alpy
500
exch
ange
chan
ge e
fficie
nc
efficie
exch
ange
ncy(H
20
y
10
eating
)
300
50
High
Low
100
0
1000
1500
2000
600
700
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
20
10
300
High
200
Low
100
0
0
500
0
700
1010
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
Power supply
cable opening
270
Inspection
opening
Air supply fan
21
200
300
400
500
600
700
399
798
Control box
242
258
44
Power supply
cable opening
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
LOSSNAY core
1144
79
Unit: mm
Air filters(EU-G3)
242
258
242
258
700
700
Air filters(EU-G3)
100
242
258
High efficiency filter(sold separately)
attachment position
79
2500
917
1272
27
SA
(supply air)
Maintenance cover
1144
2000
Ceiling suspension fixture
(4-15x30 oval)
270
150~250
Maintenance cover
44
1500
RA
(return air)
1231
917
110
OA
(outside air intake)
399
798
Control box
LOSSNAY core
1000
Air volume (L/s)
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
690
1045
27
Air supply fan
30
2500
Air exhaust fan
SA
(supply air)
Inspection
opening
ooling
)
(m2/h)
More than 600
270
150~250
More than 600
Core, air filter, HighEfficiency filter, fan,
Maintenance space
efficie
ncy(C
By-pass damper plate
Ceiling suspension fixture
(4-15x30 oval)
270
OA
(outside air intake)
ange
ncy
cy(He
ating)
Extra high
Air volume (L/s)
RA
(return air)
1004
690
EA
(exhaust air outlet)
1010
fficie
e eff
icien
exch
(m /h)
500
ge e
400
40
Extra high
500
alpy
500
chan
hang
50
By-pass damper plate
Air exhaust fan
y exc
70
efficie
re ex
Enth
alp
60
0
eratu
Enth
ncy(C
ooling
)
200
Tem
p
80
400
30
50Hz/Single phase 240V
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
2
Air volume (L/s)
Air volume (L/s)
pera
ture
ex
40
Low
500
50Hz/Single phase 220V
Tem
50
50
0
4.2-4.2
910-980
Enth
70
100
700
4.8-4.8
2000
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
60
0
3.4-3.4
1035-1100
Enth
e ef
fici
0
2500
Low
4.2-4.2
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
80
Extra high
30
10
Temp
effic erature e
ienc
xcha
y
nge
500
50
(Pa)
E nth
90
High
4.8-4.8
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 20dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
External static pressure
(mmH 2 O)
50Hz/Single phase 220V
Temp
effic erature e
ienc
xcha
y
nge
Extra High
Starting current
*The Air outlets noise (45 angle,1.5meters in front of the unit) is about 19dB greater than the indicated value.(at High Fan speed)
Exchange
efficiency
(%)
Low
Weight (kg)
105
Under 7.3A Less
Starting current
Noise (dB)
High
(m3/h)
Air volume
External static pressure
By-pass ventilation
Extra High
(Pa)
(Measured at 1.5m under the center
of panel in an anechoeic chamber)
80
LOSSNAY ventilation
Low
Weight (kg)
90
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
High
Temperature exchange efficiency (%)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (%)
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
(m3/h)
Air volume
External static pressure
By-pass ventilation
Extra High
Current (A)
Noise (dB)
Frequency / Power source
110
Ventilation mode
Fan speed
LGH-200RX5-E
Model
50Hz / Single phase 220-240V
(Pa)
Frequency / Power source
External static pressure
(mmH 2 O)
Model
Unit: mm
22
Wiring Diagrams
LGH-15RX5 to 100RX5
LGH-150RX5 and 200RX5
GREEN/YELLOW
BROWN
RED
BLACK
GREY
YELLOW
M2
TM1
L
TAB5
TAB3
BLUE
TAB1
CN10
TAB2
N
BROWN
Isolator
BROWN
RED
N
BROWN
BLACK
GREY
YELLOW
M2
SUPPLY
FAN MOTOR
BLUE
C
TR
RED
ORANGE
BLUE
WHITE
CN9
C
EXHAUST
FAN MOTOR
M1
YELLOW
GM
(*2)
TAB1
CN10
TAB2
EXHAUST
FAN MOTOR
RED
BROWN
BLUE
TR1
CN1
x203 ORANGE
BLUE
x202 WHITE
x203
C
(*2)
PE
BLUE
x101
x101
RED
CN7
x102
x202
RED
RED
CN9
CN7
x201
LS
WHITE
RED
WHITE
BROWN
CN32
TH1(OA)
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
CN16
SW2
SW1
CN5
SW5
CN2
BROWN
CN6
ORANGE
ORANGE
TM4
SA1 SA2
X10
9
X12 X11
TM3
6
7
8
PZ60DR-E
2
1
1
TB5
TM2
2
3
A
B
S
12V or 24V DC
By-pass or Delay2
M-NET
monitor output 6 , 7
transmission
Mr.Slim
Malfunction monitor
(non-polar) MELANS cable
output 7 , 8
MAX 240VAC 1A
External control input
24VDC 1A
1
3
MIN 220VAC 100mA
5VDC 100mA
*When the optional Remote Controller PZ-60DR-E
is used as the M-NET System ,connect it to 1
2 of TM4 terminal block,and connect M-NET
transmission wire to A , B on TB5 terminal
block.
(*1)
TM4
Optional Remote controller
2
(PZ-60DR-E)
1
2nd remote controller
(Max.2 remote controllers
TB5(M-NET)
installable)
Unchanged a-conntact
*Attention
(*1)
A
M-NET
transmission
cable
B
S
EXHAUST
FAN MOTOR
Sheild Wire
(*1)PZ-41SLB-E and PZ-52SF-E cannot
be used when using PZ-60DR-E
With this product, the wiring installation method will
2nd or later main units
vary according to the design of the system.
Perform electrical installation to meet local electrical regulations.
.Always use double insulated PVC cable for the transmission cables.
.Wiring work must be performed by qualified professionals.
.All supply circuits must be disconnected before obtaining access to the terminal devices.
(*2)
C
(*2)
HI
LO
M
BY-PASS
C
RED
ORANGE
YELLOW
GREEN
RED
ORANGE
YELLOW
GREEN
BLACK
TR2
TR3
BLACK
LS
GM MG
BLACK
BROWN
CN32
TH1(OA)
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
CN16
SW2
SW1
CN2
BROWN
CN5
SW5
TM4
10
SA1 SA2
TH2(RA)
X10
9
X12 X11
2
TM3
8
MIN 220VAC 100mA
5VDC 100mA
2
3
A
12V or 24V DC
Mr.Slim
(non-polar)
By-pass or Delay2
monitor output 6 , 7
Malfunction monitor
output 7 , 8
MAX 240VAC 1A
24VDC 1A
1
1
TB5
TM2
7
LS
BLACK
B
S
Sheild Wire
M-NET
transmission
MELANS cable
GM MG
Operation or Delay1
monitor output
MAX 240VAC 2A MIN 220VAC 100mA
24VDC 2A
5VDC 100mA
(*1)
PZ60DR-E
2nd remote controller (Max.2remote controllers installable cable)
2nd LOSSNAY unit (Up to max 15 units)
Transmission
cable
(non-polar)
External control input
1
3
Unchanged a-conntact
C
CN16
(Unchanged a-conntact)
BROWN
x201
6
CN16
(Unchanged a-conntact)
BROWN
(*2) LGH-100RX5 has 2
capacitors per mortor
as following drawing.
HI
LO
EXTRA-LO
BY-PASS
C
RED
ORANGE
BLUE
WHITE
M1
2nd remote controller (Max.2remote controllers installable cable)
2nd LOSSNAY unit (Up to max 15 units)
Transmission
cable
(non-polar)
Sheild Wire
NOTE 1.TM1, TM2, TM3, TM4, TB5 shown
in dotted lines are field work.
2.Isolator should be provided by the customer.
3.Be sure to connect the grounding wire.
M2
SUPPLY
FAN MOTOR
Operation or Delay1
monitor output
MAX 240VAC 2A MIN 220VAC 100mA
5VDC 100mA
24VDC 2A
10
TH2(RA)
BROWN
BLACK
GREY
YELLOW
L
N
N
TAB5
TAB3
BLACK
x103 GREY
YELLOW
x102
(*2)
CN1
M1
x103
Isolator
TM1
L
L
(*2)
ORANGE
BLUE
WHITE
POWER SUPPLY
220-240V 50Hz
GREEN/YELLOW
PE
C
SUPPLY
FAN MOTOR
POWER SUPPLY
220-240V 50Hz
NOTE 1.TM1, TM2, TM3, TM4, TB5 shown
in dotted lines are field work.
2.Isolator should be provided by the customer.
3.Be sure to connect the grounding wire.
*Attention
*When the optional Remote Controller PZ-60DR-E
is used as the M-NET System ,connect it to 1
2 of TM4 terminal block,and connect M-NET
transmission wire to A , B on TB5 terminal
block.
(*1)
TM4
Optional Remote controller
2
(PZ-60DR-E)
1
2nd remote controller
(Max.2 remote controllers
TB5(M-NET)
installable)
A B S
(*2) LGH-200RX5 has 2
capacitors per mortor
as following drawing.
M
C
C
M-NET
With this product, the wiring installation method will
transmission
Sheild Wire
(*1)PZ-41SLB-E and PZ-52SF-E cannot
cable
vary according to the design of the system.
be used when using PZ-60DR-E
Perform electrical installation to meet local electrical regulations.
2nd or later main units
.Always use double insulated PVC cable for the transmission cables.
.Wiring work must be performed by qualified professionals.
.All supply circuits must be disconnected before obtaining access to the terminal devices.
*Specifications may be subject to change without notice.
Definition of Symbols
*Specifications may be subject to change without notice.
Definition of Symbols
M1:
M2:
C:
GM:
LS:
TH1:
TH2:
SW1:
SW2, 5:
TM1:
TM2:
TM3:
TM4 :
TB5 :
TAB1,TAB2:
TR1:
X10,X11,X12:
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Motor for exhaust fan
Motor for supply fan
Capacitor
Motor for By-pass operation
Microswitch
Thermistor for outside air
Thermistor for return air
Switch (Main/Sub change)
Switch (Function selection)
Terminal block (Power supply)
Terminal block (External control input)
Terminal block (Monitor output)
Terminal block (Transmission cable and monitor output)
Terminal block (M-NET Transmission cable)
Connector(Power supply)
Control circuit transformer
Relay contact
CN1:
CN2:
CN5:
CN6:
CN7:
TAB3:
TAB5:
CN9:
CN10:
CN16:
CN32:
SA1:
SA2:
SYMBOL
Connector (Transformer primary)
Connector (Transformer secondary)
Connector (Thermistor)
Connector (Microswitch)
Connector (Motor for By-pass operation)
Tab connector(Fan motor)
Tab connector (Fan motor)
Connector (Fan motor)
Connector (Fan motor)
Connector (High/Low/By-pass switch)
Connector (Remote control selection)
Address setting rotary switch (10 digit)
Address setting rotary switch (1 digit)
: Indicates terminal block.
: Connector.
: Board insertion connector or fastening
connector of control board.
M1:
M2:
C:
GM:
LS:
TH1:
TH2:
SW1:
SW2, 5:
TM1:
TM2:
TM3:
TM4:
Motor for exhaust fan
Motor for supply fan
Capacitor
Motor for By-pass operation
Microswitch
Thermistor for outside air
Thermistor for return air
Switch (Main/Sub change)
Switch (Function selection)
Terminal block (Power supply)
Terminal block(External control input)
Terminal block (Monitor output)
Terminal block
(Transmission cable and monitor output)
TB5:
Terminal block (M-NET Transmission cable)
TAB1,TAB2: Connector(Power supply)
TR1:
Control circuit transformer
TR2,TR3: By-pass operation transformer
X10,X11,X12: Relay contact
X101,X102,X103: Relay Supply fan speed control
X201,X202,X203: Relay Exhaust fan speed control
CN1:
Connector (Transformer primary)
CN2:
Connector (Transformer secondary)
CN5:
Connector (Thermistor)
CN6:
Connector(Microswitch)
CN7:
Connector (Motor for By-pass operation)
CN9:
Connector (Fan motor)
TAB3:
Tab connector (Fan motor)
TAB5:
Tab connector (Fan motor)
CN9:
Connector (Fan motor)
CN10:
Connector (Fan motor)
CN16:
Connector(High/Low/By-pass switch)
CN32:
Connector (Remote control selection)
SA1:
Address setting rotary switch (10 digit)
SA2:
Address setting rotary switch (1 digit)
SYMBOL
: Indicates terminal block.
Board insertion connector or fastening
connector of control board.
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Sample Installations
LGH-15RX5 to 100RX5
LGH-150RX5 and 200RX5
Exhaust air grille
A
Exhaust grille
(user supplied)
Suspension bolt position
Suspension bolt position
Air-supply grille
(user supplied)
150 to 250
600 or more
Suspension bolt
position
Inspection
opening
LOSSNAY core/
air filter/
fan maintenance
space
414
Supply air grille
Suspension bolt position
(ordered by customer)
Air-supply grille
(user supplied)
OA
(fresh-air intake)
Duct
(user supplied)
Duct diameter 200
(ordered by customer)
EA (Exhaust air)
OA (Outside air)
Exhaust grille
(user supplied)
EA
(exhaust-air outlet)
B
OA
(Outside air)
Duct diameter 250
Ceiling
suspension (user supplied)
bolt position
A
450( 600)
Inspection port
Duct
(user supplied)
Inspection opening
RA
(Return air)
Heat exchanger/filter
maintenance space
Y piping,Dwindle pipe
(user supplied)
Ceiling suspension
bolt position
Air-supply grille
(user supplied)
Supply/
exhaust air grille
SA
(Supply air)
•Always leave inspection holes ( 450 or 600) on the air filter and
LOSSNAY core removal side.
• Always insulate the two ducts outside the room (intake air and exhaust
air ducts) to prevent condensation.
•It is possible to change the direction of the outside air ducts
(OA and EA side).
• Do not install the vent cap or round hood where it will come into
direct contact with rain water.
Unit: mm
Ceiling
suspension
bolt position
Duct
diameter 200
(user supplied)
150~250
Min. 600
B
414
EA
(Exhaust air)
Duct downward slope 1/30
or more (to wall side)
(Rainwater entrance
prevention)
Deep-type hood or
weather cover
LOSSNAY model selection advices
Duct incline
Over 1/30
(toward the wall)
to prevent entry
of rainwater
EA
(exhaust-air outlet)
Ceiling suspension
bolt
(user supplied)
(user
supplied)
OA
(fresh-air intake)
Exhaust grille
450( 600) Inspection port
Air-supply grille
SA
RA
SA
RA
(return air) (return air) (supply air) (supply air)
•Always leave inspection holes ( 450 or 600) on the air filter and
LOSSNAY core removal side.
• Always insulate the two ducts outside the room (intake air and exhaust
air ducts) to prevent condensation.
•If necessary, order a weather cover to prevent rain water from direct
contact or entering the unit.
Model
A
B
LGH-15RX5
768
782
LGH-25RX5
768
782
LGH-35RX5
875
921
LGH-50RX5
875
1063
LGH-65RX5
895
1001
Model
A
B
LGH-80RX5
1010
1036
LGH-150RX5
1010
1045
LGH-100RX5
1010
1263
LGH-200RX5
1010
1272
Unit: mm
Attention for specifications
1.Cold operation mode(*1) is to start repeating in the case that LOSSNAY's detected OA temperature is less than-10°C.
*1.Supply air(SA) in the operation for 60min. followed by stop operation for 10min.
2.The current, power consumption and efficiency are based on the air flow rate in the specification.
3.Fan speed is selectable by the remote controller from High (Extra-High), Low, Extra-Low(Extra-Low not equipped LGH150RX5 and 200RX5).
Multi Ventilation Mode should set on LOSSNAY unit or remote controller (PZ-60DR-E).
4.LOSSNAY ventilation mode is to start automatically in the case that LOSSNAY's detected OA temperature is less than
+8°C,even if By-pass ventilation is set by remote controller.
Remote controller continue to show "By-pass ventilation" in this case.
5.Temperature Exchange efficiency(%) are based on winter condition.
6.Mitsubishi Electric measures the machine according to the Japan Industrial Standards(JIS B 8628)
Attention
1.When using the product where it is exposed to high temperatures and humidity (40°C or higher, RH 80% or higher), or
where fog occurs frequently, moisture is likely to condense in the core, and may result in condensation build up in the
unit.The product should not be used under such conditions.
2.Outdoor air may enter the LOSSNAY owing to the pressure difference between indoor and outdoor or external winds even
when the product is not operated. It is recommended to install an Electrically operated damper to block the outdoor air.
3.In a cold weather area, an area with strong external winds or where fog occurs frequently, cold outdoor air, external winds
or fog may be introduced into the product when its operation is stopped.
It is recommended to install an Electrically operated damper.
4.In a cold weather area, or others, dewing or freezing could occur on the main unit, where the duct is connected, or other
sections, depending on the conditions of outdoor air and indoor temperature and moisture, even if they are within the
range of operating conditions. Make sure to confirm the operating conditions and other precautions, and do not use the
product if dewing or freezing is anticipated.
5.The outside ducts must be tilted at a gradient (1/30 or more) down toward the outdoor louvres from LOSSNAY, and properly insulated. (The entry of rain water may cause power leakage, fire, or damege to household property)
6.The two outdoor ducts must be covered with heat-insulating material in order to prevent condensation from forming.
If it is expected that the ambient temperature around the place where the LOSSNAY unit is installed will be high during the
summer air conditioning season, it is recommended that the indoor ductwork be covered with insulation material.
7.Inspection opening (450 × 450 or 600 × 600mm)must be installed on the filter and LOSSNAY core removing side.
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1.Operating environment
Install this product in an environment where the temperature ranges from -10°C to +40°C and the relative humidity is
less than 80%RH. If condensation is expected to form,heat up the fresh outside air should be treated.
2.Do not use under high temperature and humidity condition
Condensation will occur and water will gather inside the LOSSNAY cores under high temperature and humidity condition,
such as warm swimming pool, bathroom, greenhouse or foggy place.
3.Condition of outdoor, indoor and return air
Avoid using LOSSNAY under air condition with acid, alkalis, organic solvent , oil mist, paint, or harmful gas as presticide,
corrosive gas, etc.
4.Insulation failure caused by salt or sulphur air and hot spring steam, Rust, fire or malfunction may occur.
Installing high quality filters inside outdoor air duct if the LOSSNAY operates in salt or sulphur air conditions.
5.Intake of mist or outdoor air during off-mode operation
Outdoor air or mist may flow through the duct into your room when LOSSNAY is in off-mode at windy and foggy area.
To prevent intake of outdoor air or fog, a damper is advised to be installed.
6.Entry of insects
When using the product in an environment where there is a window,or opening near the outdoor hood,so that insects are
likely to gather around the interior or exterior light,take note that small insects may intrude into the LOSSNAY filters.
7.By-pass ventilation
In the case of "By-pass" ventilation, the supply air temperature slightly rises more than the outside air temperature.
because of the effect around the ducts or the unit motors.
8.Usage of M-NET.
When solely using LOSSNAY units, power supply unit is required to connect to centralized control. Number of power supply units or the transmission boosters should correspond with the connected LOSSNAY units.
Caution for installation
1.Do not modify the unit as it may cause malfunction.
2.Leaving sufficient space for maintenance purpose.
3.The location of the air inlet
Take care in locating air inlet to prevent intake of dirty air or disgusting smell from exhaust gas of factory, air from rubbish
disposal, etc.
4.Take precautions when using the product in quiet location.
5.Heat insulation foam for duct
Take care as below to prevent the contaminate ceiling by duct condensation.
1)The two outdoor ducts(OA and EA) must be covered with heat-insulating material in order to prevent condensation.
2)If it is expected that the ambient temperature around the place where the LOSSNAY unit is installed will be high during
the summer air conditioning season, it is recommended that the indoor ductwork be covered with insulation material.
3)Outdoor air may come into unit during not operating unit by the pressure difference between indoor and outdoor or the
outdoor wind. In this case you should install a damper.
4)It is possible for condensation and freezing to occur in the cold regions inside the unit because of the outdoor air
condition or humidity condition above ceiling. Make sure to install supplemental insulation foam.
5)In the case that air condition around LOSSNAY unit is high temperature in summer, it is recommended that there are
heat insulation foam on indoor side duct to prevent heat recovery decreased by warming indoor duct.
In winter, it is possible to cool indoor side duct without heat insulation foam on indoor side duct.
6.Prevent entry of rainwater into LOSSNAY unit
Install weather louvre or "Weather cover" for OA inlet & EA outlet. This is to prevent rainwater entering the LOSSNAY unit.
Ducts to outdoor (OA and EA) should decline by 1/30 or more.
1)Install the anchor bolts to ensure the product's weight or earthquake load. (Correctly rated wire/chain may also be used)
2)Do not install this product in a place where it is exposed to ultraviolet light. (UV may be damage covering insulation.)
7.Electrical Work
A single pole isolator must be installed at the origins of mains power supply.
Use single flush box, to support remote controller.
Must connect ground wiring.
When connecting external devices (electrically operated damper, lamp, monitoring unit, etc.) using output signals of the
LOSSNAY unit, make sure to install safety equipment for the external devices.
(It could cause fire, damage, etc. without safety equipment)
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