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The operation and maintenance instructions for the indoor unit and the installation instructions
for the indoor and the outdoor unit are given in the manuals for each unit. These are supplied
with the unit.
Contents
Page
Dimensions and weight...............................................................................
2
Nominal data ...............................................................................................
2
Minimum clearances ...................................................................................
2
Connections ................................................................................................
3
Material supplied ........................................................................................
3
Operating limits ...........................................................................................
3
General information ....................................................................................
4
Warnings: avoid ..........................................................................................
5
Installation ..................................................................................................
6/7
Refrigerant connections .............................................................................
8
Electrical connection ..................................................................................
9/11
System configuration ..................................................................................
12
Operating test .............................................................................................
13
Address selector .........................................................................................
13
Fault code ...................................................................................................
13
Guide for the owner .....................................................................................
13
Accessories ................................................................................................
13
Air delivery ..................................................................................................
14
Fresh air renewal ........................................................................................
14
Cooling only and
heat pump models
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42VMC
Split system “Console night & day” indoor unit
Power supply
42VMC009
42VMC012
42VMC014
230V ~ 50Hz
42VMC018
42VMC024
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Dimensions and weights - Minimum clearances (mm)
Dimensions and weights
Minimum clearances
Wall installation
A
B
500 min
200
50 min
40
Ceiling installation
Ø 80
50
50 min
Model
42VMC009
42VMC012
42VMC014
42VMC018
42VMC024
A
mm
850
850
1000
1000
1000
B
mm
540
540
600
600
600
kg
kg
15
16
18
18
20
Table I: Nominal data
POWER INPUT
Cooling only
• Unit is not suitable for operation in laundry premises.
Cooling
W
Heating
W
42VMC 009
25
–
42VMC 012
30
–
42VMC 014
55
–
42VMC 018
55
–
42VMC 024
80
–
Heat pump
42VMC 009
25
25
42VMC 012
30
30
42VMC 014
55
55
42VMC 018
55
55
42VMC 024
80
80
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• For sizing of power supply wires and delay type fuses, refer to
the outdoor unit installation instructions.
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Connections
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햳
햲
햳
햴
햴
햴
햲
햳
햲
Note:
Height difference / Connection length / Pipe bends:
See outdoor unit installation manual.
햲 Outdoor unit
햳 Indoor unit
햴 Height difference
Table II: Material supplied
햵 Photocatalytic filter
햶 Acrylic-fibre filter
햵
햷 Condensate drain pipe cover
햷
(use for horizontal installation)
•
Drilling template
•
Installation manual
•
Owner’s manual
•
Wireless infrared remote control kit
햶
Table III: Operating limits
Cooling / Heating
Refer to outdoor unit installation manual.
Mains power supply
Nominal single-phase voltage
Operating voltage limits
230V ~ 50Hz
min. 198V – max. 264V
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General information
Unit installation
Read this instruction manual thoroughly before starting the
installation.
• This unit complies with low-voltage (EEC/73/23) and electromagnetic compatibility (EEC/89/336) directives.
• Failure to observe electric safety codes may cause a fire hazard in
case of short circuits.
• Inspect equipment for damage due to improper transportation or
handling: file an immediate claim with the shipping company.
Do not install or use damaged units.
• The installation must be carried out by a qualified installer.
• In case of any malfunctioning turn the unit off, disconnect the
mains power supply and contact a qualified service engineer.
• Follow all current national safety code requirements. In particular
ensure that a properly sized and connected ground wire is in place.
• This equipment contains R-410A refrigerant, a substance that is
not depleting the ozone layer.
• Check that voltage and frequency of the mains power supply are
those required for the unit to be installed; the available power
must be adequate to operate any other possible appliances
connected to the same line.
Also ensure that national safety code requirements have been
followed for the mains supply circuit.
• All of the manufacturing and packaging materials used for
your new appliance are compatible with the environment and
can be recycled.
• The mains supply must be connected as follows:
Models 42VMC 009, 012, 014: to the indoor unit.
Models 42VMC 018, 024: to the outdoor unit.
• This equipment contains refrigerant that must be disposed of in
the proper manner.
When disposing of the unit after its operational life, remove it
carefully.
The unit must then be delivered to an appropriate disposal centre
or to the original equipment dealer, for proper environmentally
friendly disposal.
• Connect indoor and outdoor units with field-supplied copper pipes
by means of flare connections. Use insulated seamless
refrigeration grade pipe only, (Cu DHP type according to ISO 1337),
degreased and deoxidized, suitable for operating pressures of at
least 4200 kPa.
Under no circumstances must sanitary type copper pipe be used.
• Dispose of the packaging material in accordance with local
requirements.
• Use field-supplied 16 mm I.D. PVC pipe of appropriate length and
with the correct thermal insulation for the condensate drain.
• After installation thoroughly test the system operation and explain
all system functions to the owner.
• Leave this manual with the owner for consultation during future
periodic maintenance.
Choosing the installation site
• Use this unit only for factory approved applications: the unit
cannot be used in laundry or steam pressing premises.
Positions to avoid:
IMPORTANT:
During the unit installation make first refrigerant connections
and then electrical connections. When disassembling first
disconnect electrical cables, then refrigerant connections.
WARNING:
Disconnect the mains power supply switch before servicing
the system or handling any internal parts of the unit.
• Exposed to direct sun.
• Too close to heat sources.
• On humid walls or positions with water hazard, e.g. laundry premises.
• Where curtains or furniture may obstruct free air circulation.
• Do not open the remote controller to avoid possible damage.
In case of malfunctioning contact a qualified service engineer.
Recommendations:
• This installation manual describes the installation procedures of
the indoor unit of a residential split system consisting of two units
manufactured by Carrier.
Consult factory or a qualified system engineer prior to connecting
this unit to any other manufacturer's outdoor unit.
Coupling units which have different control systems, may cause
irreversible damage and void the warranty protection.
The manufacturer declines any liability for system malfunction
resulting from unapproved coupling.
• Operating conditions outside the operating range
(“Connections”), will cause safety device tripping or damage to
unit components.
• Choose an area free from obstructions which may cause irregular
air distribution and/or return.
• Check that the wall surface is flat enough to allow easy and safe
installation.
The wall structure should be strong enough to carry the unit
weight and avoid deformation, rupture or vibration during
operation.
• Consider using an area where installation is easy.
• Choose a position that allows for the clearances required (see drawing).
• The manufacturer declines any liability for damage resulting from
modifications or errors in the electrical or refrigerant connections.
Failure to observe the installation instructions or use of the unit
under conditions other than those indicated in Table III (operating
limits) of the outdoor unit installation manual, will immediately
void the unit warranty.
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• Look for a position in the room which assures the best possible air
distribution.
• Install the unit in a position where condensate can easily be piped
to an appropriate drain.
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Warnings: avoid…
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...any obstruction of the unit air outlet or return.
...exposure to direct sunshine, when unit is operating in cooling
mode; always use shutters or shades..
...positions too close to heating sources which may damage the unit.
...exposure to oil vapours.
...connecting condensate piping to sewage system drain without
appropriate trap. Trap height must be calculated according to the unit
discharge head in order to allow sufficient and continuous water evacuation.
...installation in areas with high frequency waves.
...only partial insulation of the piping.
...installation not correctly levelled which will cause condensate
dripping.
...any rise in the condensate drain piping..
...horizontal condensate drain piping with less than 2% slope.
...flattening or kinking the refrigerant pipes or condensate pipes.
...excessive height difference between outdoor and indoor units
(see installation manual of outdoor unit).
...slack on electrical connections. ...disconnecting refrigerant
connections after installation: this will cause refrigerant leaks.
...unnecessary turns and bends in interconnecting tubing. ...excessive
interconnecting tube length (see installation manual of outdoor unit).
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Installation
Vertical wall-mounting
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� Plate
� Template
• The preferred arrangement is generally under a window sill on an
external wall.
This makes it easier to install the interconnecting tubing,
electrical connections and condensate pipework to the outdoor
unit.
The indoor unit can also be installed against an internal partition
if the connections to the outdoor unit can be concealed.
Ceiling installation
• Using the template supplied, drill the four holes in the ceiling and
position four tie rods (not supplied).
• Attach the unit to the tie-rods, as shown in the illustration.
• For better operation of the thermostat located on the unit, it is
advisable to avoid unit installation in enclosed spaces.
• There are three alternatives for the connections to the unit:
parallel to the wall, through the wall or through the side.
• Ensure a minimum slope of 5 mm (refrigerant connection side
must be lower) by modifying on the tie-rod fixing.
Preparation
• Unpack the unit.
C
A
B
D
• Open and remove the suction grille.
To remove suction grille, remove the central lock using a pliers,
then with a screwdriver remove the two side screws fixing the
fasteners.
• Locate the mounting template, supplied with the unit.
Installation
• Use the template supplied, and drill the four fixing holes in the
wall. Use the four dowels provided.
• Fix the attachment plate (using the two upper holes).
• Attach the unit.
• Fix the unit to the wall, using the two holes, positioned in the lower
part.
• Verify that the unit is level.
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A mm
B mm
C mm
D mm
009
850
786
237
237
012
850
786
237
237
014
1000
940
250
285
018
1000
940
250
285
024
1000
940
250
285
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Installation
ENGLISH
Drilling the hole in the wall for the
connection of the pipes
For horizontal installation
To allow the condensate drain pipe to correctly come out of the unit,
proceed as follows:
75 mm
Ø 80 mm
50 mm
햲
Ø 70 / 80 mm
5-10 mm
The pipes can exit the unit to three different directions (see illustration). For exit to the rear, the wall hole must be made in the position
shown in the illustration.
햳
• Remove from suction grille, the part of grille fixed tonguing,
pressing it until tabs is unhooked.
햲 Indoors
햳 Outdoors
Drill a 70 or 80 mm diameter hole. The hole must have a 5-10 mm
downward slope towards the outside. Insert the plastic conduit
provided.
Pass the electrical connecting wires through the conduit (see
electrical connections).
Condensate drain pipe
For vertical installation
Connect the PVC pipe to the connection on the drain pan.
햷
A Refrigerant connections
B Condensate drain pipe
A
B
IMPORTANT:
The outdoor unit is designed to operate without the use of
condensate water to cool the condenser coil.
It is necessary to discharge the condensate directly into the
sewer system, downpipes or to disperse it outside.
Mount condensate drain pipe cover 햷 supplied, fitting it as
necessary.
In the event of condensate discharge pump is used
(accessory), the condensate drain pipe can exit together with
the refrigerant pipes.
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Refrigerant connections
Make refrigerant connections before connecting the system to
the power supply.
Refer to the outdoor unit installation manual for tube sizing,
and limitations (slopes, length, number of curves allowed,
refrigerant charge, etc.)
Model
mm
009
012
014
018
024
9.52
12.70
12.70
12.70
12.70
Connection to the unit
Insufficient tightening torque will cause gas leaks.
Overtightening the fittings will damage the tube flaring and cause
gas leaks.
Tubing diameter
Gas
Liquid
(Suction)
(Discharge)
(inches)
mm
(inches)
(3/8”)
(1/2”)
(1/2”)
(1/2”)
(1/2”)
6.35
6.35
6.35
6.35
6.35
(1/4”)
(1/4”)
(1/4”)
(1/4”)
(1/4”)
• For refrigerant tubes use seamless, insulated refrigeration grade
tube, (Cu DHP type according to ISO 1337), degreased and
deoxidized, suitable for operating pressures of at least 4200 kPa.
Under no circumstances use sanitary type copper pipe.
Note:
• Do not kink or flatten the tubes.
• Avoid bends with a bending radius of less than 100 mm.
• Do not bend copper tubes more than three times at the same point.
• Do not remove flare fittings from unit tubes before actually making
the connections.
• Do not fasten the insulation too tightly to the tubes with straps or
tape.
햴
햲 Adijustable wrench or
torque wrench
햳 Connecting pipes
햴 Unit connections
Tubing diameter
mm
(inches)
햲
햳
Torque
Nm
6.35
(1/4”)
18
9.52
(3/8”)
42
12.70
(1/2”)
55
햶
Flaring the end of the tubing
햵
햵 Tube insulation
햶 Fastening tape
Once all connections have been completed, check for leaks by
applying soapy water to them.
If incorrect connection or removal of the unit results in a refrigerant
gas leak, check the refrigerant charge as indicated in the
“OUTDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION MANUAL”.
Remove protective caps from the copper tube ends. Position tube
end downward, cut the tube to the required length and remove the
burrs with a reamer.
Finally wrap connections with anti-condensate insulation and
tighten with tape, without exerting great pressure on the insulation.
Remove flare nuts from the unit connections and place them on the
tube end.
Flare the tube with a flaring tool.
Repair and cover any possible cracks in the insulation.
L
L
Connection pipes and electric cables between indoor and outdoor
units must be fixed to the wall with appropriate conduits.
Check
Flare end must not have any burrs or imperfections.
The length of the flared walls must be uniform.
Finger-tighten the fitting several turns, then tighten it fully with two
wrenches by applying the tightening torque indicated in the table.
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Pour water into the condensate drain pan and check that it flows
freely to the drain.
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Electrical connections
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The mains supply must be connected as follows:
Models 42VMC 009, 012, 014: to the indoor unit.
Models 42VMC 018, 024: to the outdoor unit.
• Make electrical connections between units prior to proceeding
to mains supply unit connection.
• Before proceeding with the unit connection to the mains supply
locate live L and neutral N, then make connections as shown
in the wiring diagram.
• Ensure that mains supply connection is made through a switch
that disconnects all poles, with contact gap of a least 3 mm.
• The indoor - outdoor unit connecting wires must be A07 RN-F type
(or higher), with synthetic rubber insulation with Neoprene coating,
according to EN 60335-2-40 and HD277.S1 codes.
• The mains supply connecting cable for 42VMC 009, 012, 014
units, must be H07 RN-F type (or higher), with synthetic rubber
insulation with Neoprene coating, according to EN 60335-2-40
and HD277.S1 codes.
• Ground connection between indoor and outdoor unit is made
via the refrigerant pipes.
• With the cable clamp supplied, secure the connecting cable
between the two units.
• Fasten the electric connecting wires with refrigerant tubes together.
Allow an additional length to the electric wires for easy connection
to the unit connectors.
Notes:
• For sizing of power supply wires and delay type fuses, refer
to the outdoor unit installation instructions.
• All field electrical connections are the responsibility of the
installer.
Jumper positioning:
Units are equipped with a jumper inside the electric control box, to
make them suitable for the two installation typologies:
IMPORTANT:
The units are provided with electronic control.
A time-delay device provides a 3 minute starting delay of the
compressor every time the unit is stopped or when it is initially
switched on.
Wall vertical installation: jumper inserted.
Ceiling horizontal installation: jumper removed.
To reset incorrect jumper positioning, proceed as follows:
Control and safety devices
• Disconnect the power supply.
The following control and safety devices are built into the indoor
units (see wiring diagrams):
• Reposition the jumper correctly.
• Connect the power supply.
• Room air thermostat adjustable from 18°C to 32°C.
• Motor with overheat/overcurrent protection.
IMPORTANT:
• Make refrigerant connections before electrical
connections.
When disconnecting, disconnect electrical connections before
refrigerant connections.
• Make ground connection prior to any other electrical
connections.
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Electrical connections
Cooling only
42VMC 009, 012, 014
Unit
System
쐃
L
N N
Y O W2
230V ~ 50Hz
L N N Y O W2
쐋 쐏
N Y
쐇
햳
햲
42VMC 018, 024
Unit
System
쐃
C Y
O W2 S
R C Y O W2 S
230V ~ 50Hz
R
쐋 쐏
L N R C Y
쐇
햳
Minimum connection wire size between
indoor and outdoor units (mm2)
Model
N
R
C
Y
42VMC 009
2.5
2.5
1.5
–
–
1.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
–
–
2.5
42VMC 018, 024
–
–
–
1.5
1.5
1.5
Earth.
Live power supply.
Neutral power supply.
Neutral connection indoor/outdoor unit.
Live connection indoor/outdoor unit.
Neutral connection indoor/outdoor unit.
Compressor interlocking contact.
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N
42VMC 012, 014
Terminal box legend
L
N
N
R
C
Y
L
10
120
햲
10 100
햳
햲 Mains supply connecting cable
(field wiring).
햳 Connecting cable, indoor-outdoor units
(field wiring).
쐃
쐇
쐋
쐏
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Main switch
Time-delay fuse or circuit breaker
(see outdoor unit installation manual)
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Electrical connections
ENGLISH
Heat pump
42VMC 009, 012, 014
Unit
System
쐃
N N
Y O W2
L N N Y O W2
230V ~ 50Hz
L
쐋 쐏
N Y O W2
쐇
햳
햲
42VMC 018, 024
Unit
System
쐃
C Y
O W2 S
R C Y O W2 S
230V ~ 50Hz
R
쐋 쐏
L N R C Y O W2 S
쐇
햳
햳
Minimum connection wire size between
indoor and outdoor units (mm2)
Model
L
N
N
R
C
Y
O
W2
S
42VMC 009
2.5
2.5
1.5
–
–
1.5
1.5
1.5
–
42VMC 012, 014
2.5
2.5
2.5
–
–
2.5
2.5
2.5
–
42VMC 018, 024
–
–
–
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
Terminal box legend
Earth.
L Live power supply.
N Neutral power supply.
N Neutral connection indoor/outdoor unit.
R Live connection indoor/outdoor unit.
C Neutral connection indoor/outdoor unit.
Y Compressor interlocking contact.
O Reversing valve control.
W2 Outdoor fan signal.
S Defrost end signal.
10
120
햲
10 100
햳
햲 Mains supply connecting cable
(field wiring).
햳 Connecting cable, indoor-outdoor units
(field wiring).
쐃
쐇
쐋
쐏
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Main switch
Time-delay fuse or circuit breaker
(see outdoor unit installation manual)
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System configuration
System configuration
Cooling only configuration (of the remote controller)
Units are factory configured as heat pumps.
When a cooling only system is installed, it is necessary to change
the factory configuration.
Such operation must be performed by the installer as follows:
Cooling only configuration (of the system)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check all electrical connections (instructions and wiring diagram).
Insert the batteries into the remote control and leave it OFF.
Energise the system, turning the power supply ON.
and
buttons of the infrared remote control and
Press the
hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds.
The display will be cleared, the time segments will display the first
configuration item (rAdr = remote address) and the temperature
segments will display the default value of this configuration item
(Ab = control of both indoor units).
repeatedly until “UCFG” is displayed.
Press button
button to change the default value (HP)
Press either the or
to the new value (AC).
Press
button to transmit the new configuration to the unit.
button to leave the configuration menu.
Press
• Insert the batteries into the remote controller and leave it OFF.
• Energize the system, turning the power supply ON.
and
buttons of the infrared remote control and
• Press the
hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds.
• The display will be cleared, the temperature segments will display
the first configuration item (CH = remote address) and the time
segments will display the default value of this configuration item
(Ab = control of both indoor units).
repeatedly until “rc” is displayed.
• Press button
button to change the default value (HP)
• Press either the or
to the new value (AC).
• Press
button to transmit the new configuration to the unit.
button to leave the configuration menu.
• Press
For other available configuration options, see table V.
Note:
When 30 seconds have elapsed and no buttons have been
pressed, the remote controller will automatically exit the
configuration menu and the procedure has to be restarted.
For other available configuration options, see table IV.
Note:
When 30 seconds have elapsed and no buttons have been
pressed, the remote controller will automatically exit the
configuration menu and the procedure has to be restarted.
Table IV
Item
Shown on
display
Explanation
Description
1
“rAdr”
“UAdr”
“A”: remote unit A
“b”: remote unit B
“Ab”: remote units A and B
“HP”: heat pump
“AC”: cooling only
1-240 with increase of 1
4
“ZONE”
1-240 with increase of 1
5
“GFdn”
1-240 with increase of 1
6
“A St”
“OF”: unit in stop mode
“On”: automatic restart
Remote address indoor unit A.
Remote address indoor unit B.
Default address is both indoor units.
Default address is heat pump.
Change address for cooling only.
CCN unit address.
Default = 1.
Number of zone.
Default = 0.
Number of GFD.
Default = 1.
Choose of operating mode after a power supply
interruption.
2
“UCFG”
3
Table V
Shown on
display
“CH”
“tU”
“rc”
“HR”
“CR”
“CL”
Explanation
Description
“A”: unit A
“b”: unit B
“Ab”: units A and B
“C”: Degrees Celsius
“F”: Degrees Fahrenheit
“HP”: heat pump
“AC”: cooling only
17 – 32: 17°C ÷ 32°C
63 – 90: 63°F ÷ 90°F
17 – 32: 17°C ÷ 32°C
63 – 90: 63°F ÷ 90°F
12 : 12: 12 hour clock (AM/PM)
24 : 24: 24 hour clock
Address indoor unit A.
Address indoor unit B.
Default address is both indoor units.
Temperature.
Default is °C.
Default address is heat pump.
Change address for cooling only.
Heating temperature range °C min. and max.
Heating temperature range °F min. and max.
Cooling temperature range °C min. and max.
Cooling temperature range °F min. and max.
Time format (AM = morning; PM = afternoon).
Default is 12 : 12.
NOTE: If the selection is changed from “rc” (HP operation) to
cooling only and the remote control operating mode is auto or
heating, the operating mode is set to cool.
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NOTE: If the “HR” is set to a value that is lower than “CR” and the
remote control operating mode is auto, the operating mode is set to
cooling.
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Operating test, address selector, fault code,
guide for the owner and accessories
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Operating test
Fault code
• Perform the operating test after the units have been installed in
position and the gas leak test has been completed.
• Check all electrical connections (instructions and wiring diagram).
• Insert the batteries into the remote control and leave it OFF.
• Energise the system, turning the power supply ON.
• Press the
and
buttons of the infrared remote control and
hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds.
The display will be cleared, the time segments will display the icon
(Src = service test).
button to leave the test
• After test has been completed, press
menu.
Once a failure occurs with the indoor unit in operation, the green
unit LED flashes at intervals of 0.5 seconds.
The fault code is deduced from the number of times the green LED
flashes, blocking unit operation.
Between one flash cycle and the next one, a pause of 5 seconds
elapses.
Table VI: Fault code
Code
Note:
When 30 seconds have elapsed and no buttons have been
pressed, the remote control will automatically exit the test menu
and resume its normal operation.
Description
3
Room air sensor fault
4
Indoor unit coil sensor fault
6
Filter dirty
7
Outdoor unit failure
10
EEPROM corrupt
11
Unit address incomplete
12
Address / zone incomplete
13
Gas flow distributor corrupt
Address selector
If you are installing two indoor units in the same room and you want
them to operate in independent mode, it is necessary to assign
each unit its own address so that each unit can operate via its own
remote control.
For configuration, proceed as follows:
Configuration (of the unit)
• Press the
and
buttons of the infrared remote control and
hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds.
• The display will be cleared, the time segments will display the first
configuration item (rAdr = remote address) and the temperature
segments will display the default value of this configuration item
(Ab = control of both indoor units).
or
button to change the default value (Ab) to
• Press either the
the new value (A) or (b).
button to transmit the new configuration to the unit.
• Press
button to leave the configuration menu.
• Press
Guide for the owner
Configuration (of the remote controller)
Leave the two installation manuals for the indoor and outdoor units
with the owner for future use during maintenance operations or for
any other needs.
• Press the
and
buttons of the infrared remote control and
hold them pressed for more than 5 seconds.
• The display will be cleared, the temperature segments will display
the first configuration item (CH = remote address) and the time
segments will display the default value of this configuration item
(Ab = control of both indoor units).
or
button to change the default value (Ab) to
• Press either the
the new value (A) or (b).
button to transmit the new configuration to the unit.
• Press
button to leave the configuration menu.
• Press
When installation and tests are completed explain the Operation
and Maintenance Manual to the owner, with particular attention to
the main operating modes of the air conditioner, such as:
• Turning the unit on and off.
• Functions of the remote control.
• Removal and cleaning of the air filters.
Note:
When 30 seconds have elapsed and no buttons have been
pressed, the remote control will automatically exit the configuration
menu and the procedure has to be restarted.
Table VII: Accessories
009
012
42VMC
014
42VKG9002
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
42VKG9003
앬
앬
앬
앬
앬
Description
Part number
Condensate discharge pump 230V ~ 50Hz
Cable cover kit
018
024
GB - 13
42VMC
Air delivery and fresh air renewal
Air delivery direction
Wall installation, cooling
Wall installation, heating
Ceiling installation, cooling
Ceiling installation, heating
“No draught”
(guide vane fully open)
(position recommended for ceiling installation in
cooling mode, to avoid draughts)
IMPORTANT:
Air is supplied into the room through the grilles located on top
of the cabinet; air from the room is drawn into the unit through
the grilles and filter at the bottom of the unit.
Fresh air renewal
Units are prearranged for introduction of renewal air through a
prepunched hole located on back side.
Back knockout allows connection of fresh air inlet duct.
Model 009 - 012
Model 014 - 018 - 024
• Use locally purchased material, suitable for operating
temperatures of 60 °C (continuous).
Conduits can be of flexible polyester (with spiral core) or
corrugated aluminium, externally covered with anti-condensate
material (fibre glass from 12 to 25 mm thickness).
GB - 14
Make absolutely sure that the above parts are not obstructed
(even partially).
• To complete the installation, all non-insulated ducts must be
covered with anti-condensate insulation (ex. expanded neoprene,
6 mm thickness).
Not observing of these instructions may cause condensate
dripping; the manufacturer will not be held responsible for any
damage caused.
• The supplementary fan motor for outside air intake has to be
supplied separately and controlled by a bipolar ON-OFF switch
with safety fuses (field-installed).
To adjust the fan motor air flow to the required values it is
advisable to install a speed controller.
Fresh air flow must be less than 10% of the total air flow, to
avoid operating problems.
For fresh air ventilation rates higher than 10%, a primary air
treatment system with separate deflectors is recommended.
• Install an air inlet grille with filter inspection port to prevent
dust and dirt from entering and fouling the indoor unit heat
exchanger.
Filter installation also makes the installation of a duct closing
damper during shutdown periods unnecessary.
L010125H33 - 0402
Via R. Sanzio, 9 - 20058 Villasanta (MI) Italy - Tel. 039/3636.1
The manufacturer reserves the right to change any product specifications without notice.
Order No. 14489-74, April 2002. Supersedes Order No. 14489-74, January 2002.
Printed in Italy
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