L-2230 MA Elite Manual 10-3-05 - Tropical Marine Air Conditioning

L-2230 MA Elite Manual 10-3-05 - Tropical Marine Air Conditioning
elite controls
Operation Manual
DIRECT EXPANSION SYSTEMS
Revised: 10-3-05
L-2230
Table of Contents
1.0 Elite Controls • Introduction
1.01
1.02
1.03
1.04
1.05
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Standard Features ............................................................................................................................. 3
Optional Features ............................................................................................................................... 3
System Overview ............................................................................................................................... 3
Normal Heating or Cooling Cycle ...................................................................................................... 4
Reversing valve operation .................................................................................................................. 4
2.0 Elite Controls • Basic Operation
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2.01 Operator Controls and
Display Panel ............................................................................................................................................ 5
2.02 Special Button Functions ................................................................................................................... 6
2.03 Dual Button Functions ........................................................................................................................ 6
2.04 Modes of Operation ........................................................................................................................... 6
2.05 Fan Modes .......................................................................................................................................... 7
2.06 Program Mode .................................................................................................................................... 7
2.07 Programmable Parameters ................................................................................................................ 9
2.08 Failsafe, Fault Handling Codes, and Reminders ............................................................................. 11
2.09 Quick Start Operations Checklist ..................................................................................................... 12
3.0 Elite Controls • Troubleshooting
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3.01 General Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................. 13
3.02 Digital Controls Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................... 14
4.0 Elite Controls • Maintenance
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Reversing Valves ...................................................................................................................................... 17
Seawater Strainer ..................................................................................................................................... 17
Condenser Coil Cleaning ......................................................................................................................... 17
Return Air Filters ...................................................................................................................................... 17
Winterization ............................................................................................................................................. 17
5.0 Elite Controls • Manufacturers Limited Warranty Agreement
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6.0 Elite Controls • Specifications
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Dimensions ............................................................................................................................................... 19
Cable Lengths .......................................................................................................................................... 19
System Inputs ........................................................................................................................................... 19
Automated Factory Self Test
Program .................................................................................................................................................. 20
Service Tools ............................................................................................................................................ 20
Display Location ....................................................................................................................................... 20
Display Panel Installation ......................................................................................................................... 21
Marine Air Dealer Locator Listing
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Environmental Corporation assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of this product and information contained herein.
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1.0 Elite Controls • Introduction
The Elite Control is designed for use with direct expansion air conditioning systems.
The Elite is covered under existing Marine Air Systems
Warranty Policy. Incorrect installation, neglect and
system abuse are not covered under Marine Air Systems
warranty policy.
1.01 Standard Features
• User friendly five button display panel requires no
manual for basic operation
1.03 System Overview
Elite is a user friendly, easy to operate, programmable
temperature control.
• Five volt logic and micro controller located in the
display
Press the Power Button once to engage the system. The
Display indicates room temperature when the system is
on and the Display is blank when the system is off.
• Three-digit, seven-segment display panel indicates
degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius
• Automatic and three programmable manual fan
speeds
Press and release the Mode Button until the desired
Mode LED is illuminated.
• 17 programmable parameters for custom installations
Set the desired room temperature by pressing the Up or
Down Button. The set point can be viewed by momentarily pressing and releasing the Up or Down Button.
• High and low Freon pressure sensor inputs
• Moisture Mode for controlling relative humidity
• De-Icing cycle to prevent evaporator coil icing
Fan speed operation is automatic allowing fan speed to
decrease as room temperature is approached in the Cool
Mode. The fan will operate at low speed when set point
is satisfied. Manual fan speeds can be selected by
pressing and releasing the Fan Button to select the
desired manual fan speed. The fan will operate at the
speed selected and will not change speeds with room
temperature.
• Programmable compressor staging delays
• Universal AC power supply
• Nonvolatile memory retains settings without batteries
• Programmable display brightness control
• Programmable failsafe modes
• Fits Vimar® switch bezels
The fan can be programmed to cycle on and off with
demand, allowing the fan to run only when cooling or
heating is required. Normally the automatic fan speed
operation is reversed in the Heating Mode, however, the
fan can be programmed to operate the same as in the
Cooling Mode.
1.02 Optional Features
• Outside air temperature sensor
• Alternate air temperature sensor
• Pump Sentry water sensor
Memory: Elite has nonvolatile memory which requires no
batteries or any form of backup power. When power is
lost the operating parameters are retained indefinitely.
When power is restored, the unit resumes operating as
last programmed.
• Electric heating control capabilities
• Air Filter Cleaning or Replacement Timer
(available in software revision A15 or newer)
• Low Voltage Monitor (available in software revision
A15 or newer)
IMPORTANT NOTE TO END USER:
If your air conditioning unit is a 24,000 BTU model,
or if it has a High Velocity blower, then you MUST
reprogram parameter P-14 prior to operating equipment.
A 24K unit is identifiable by the “24” in the model number
(i.e., VCD24K). A High Velocity blower does not have a
blower motor overhang, the motor is inside the blower,
and there is an “HV” in the model number. See the
Programming section P-14 for instructions.
This manual is intended to provide information necessary
to insure proper installation and operation of the Elite.
Poor installation and misunderstood operating parameters will result in unsatisfactory performance and
possible premature failure of the Elite.
Read This Manual Completely Before
Proceeding !
If you have questions, or require assistance with your
Elite control, contact Dometic Environmental Corporation
(Dometic).
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1.04 Normal Heating or Cooling
Cycle
Select Cool Mode and cooling only will be supplied. The
cabin temperature will be maintained within 2°F (1.1°C)
of the set point. Select Heat Mode and only heating will
be supplied. The cabin temperature will be maintained
within 2°F (1.1°C) of the set point.
Select Automatic and both heating and cooling will be
supplied as required. While in the Automatic Mode,
Elite will maintain a 2°F (1.1°C) temperature variation.
A 4°F (2.2°C) change in temperature is required to
cause the unit to shift to the opposite mode. Once in a
given mode, heating or cooling, Elite will maintain a
2°F (1.1°C) differential.
When the heating or cooling demand is satisfied, the
compressor cycles off and the fan returns to low speed
if the Automatic Fan Speed is set. The fan speed will
remain constant if Manual Fan Mode has been programmed.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO END USER:
If your air conditioning unit is Cool Only - if it does not
have a reversing valve - then Cool Mode MUST be
selected. DO NOT set to Automatic Mode for a Cool
Only unit. If Automatic Mode is selected and the thermostat calls for heat, the compressor will run. Since there
is no reversing valve, the air conditioning unit will supply
cool air when heating is desired. Cool Only units do not
heat.
1.05 Reversing valve operation
The reversing valve is toggled to the opposite mode
when heating or cooling is required to reduce the
compressor starting surge. The valve will only toggle to
the opposite mode when a cooling or heating cycle is
called for and if the system has been off for less than
75 seconds. The valve will also toggle if a cycle is
interrupted from the display panel by pressing the power
button, or changing the set point. Unnecessary valve
toggling has been limited to reduce reversing valve
noise. Valve toggling can be totally eliminated by
programming the minimum compressor staging delay at
75 seconds or greater.
Power On Reset, which occurs when the system is
powered up, will always initiate a valve toggle.
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2.0 Elite Controls • Basic Operation
2.01 Operator Controls and
Display Panel
6-THREE DIGIT SEVEN SEGMENT DISPLAY The inside
air temperature is displayed in the window whenever the
control is turned on.
1-POWER BUTTON The Power Button is used to toggle
between the On and Off Modes. Press the Power Button
once to toggle the unit to the On Mode.
The display also indicates program information, fault
codes and outside air temperature when the optional
outside air sensor is installed.
2-UP BUTTON Momentarily press and the set point will
appear in the display. Press and hold the Up Button the
set point will scroll to the upper limit. The set point
increases one degree each time the Up Button is
pressed and released.
The display momentarily indicates the set point when the
Up or Down Button is pressed.
When the control resumes operation after a power
interruption all the Display LEDs will turn on for one
second. This is a normal operating condition and is
referred to as Power On Reset.
3-DOWN BUTTON Momentarily press and release to
display the set point. The set point is decreased one
degree each time the Down Button is pressed and
released. Press and hold the Down Button and the set
point will scroll to the lower limit.
7-MANUAL INDICATION One of the three fan LEDs will
be lit when manual fan operation is selected.
4-FAN BUTTON Press and release the Fan Button to
advance from auto fan to manual fan. Press and release
the Fan Button to advance the manual fan speeds, from
low to high. Press and release again to return to the
automatic Fan Mode. The selected Fan Mode is indicated by the Auto and Manual Fan LEDs. The fan
operating mode can be changed from continuous (“con”)
to cycle-on-demand (“CYC”) by pressing and holding the
fan button for 5 seconds.
8-AUTO FAN LED The Auto Fan LED is illuminated when
automatic fan speed operation has been selected.
5-MODE BUTTON The Mode Button is used to select
one of the four operating modes. Press and release the
Mode Button and the Elite will advance to the next
mode. Continue to press and release the Mode Button
until the desired operating mode is reached. The mode
selected is indicated by the Mode LED, i.e., Cool, Heat,
Automatic or Moisture Mode.
11-HEAT MODE LED The Heat Mode LED will be lit
when Heat Mode is selected or the unit is in a heating
cycle.
9-AUTO MODE LED When the Auto LED is lit the unit
will automatically switch to heating or cooling when
required.
10-COOL MODE LED The Cool Mode LED will be lit
when Cool Mode is selected or the unit is in a cooling
cycle.
7-Manual Fan LEDs (high, medium, low)
8-Auto Fan LED
6-Display
9-Auto Mode LED
10-Cool Mode LED
11-Heat Mode LED
12-Moisture Mode LED
1-Power
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4-Fan
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On Mode
12-MOISTURE MODE LED The Moisture Mode LED is lit
when the Moisture Mode has been selected. This mode
is used to control humidity during periods when the
vessel is unoccupied.
When the control is in the On Mode, power will be
supplied to the appropriate control outputs and the
display will indicate the current state of operation. The
operating and program parameters resume based on
those stored the last time the unit was operating.
2.02 Special Button Functions
Service History Log… View the service history log by
pressing the Mode Button immediately after turning on the
AC power, and while all LEDs are illuminated. Exit the
service history log by pressing the Power Button once.
Simultaneously pressing the Power and Down Buttons
while viewing the Service History Log clears the Service
History Log. See the Service History Log section.
Cool Mode
Self Test Program… Press the Power Button immediately
after AC power is applied, and while all LEDs are illuminated, to enter the self test program. The self test program
is used to diagnose problems and test the air conditioning
system. For complete details see the Automated Factory
Self Test Program section in this manual.
If your air conditioning unit is Cool Only - if it does not
have a reversing valve - then Cool Mode MUST be
selected. DO NOT set to Automatic Mode for a Cool Only
unit. If Automatic Mode is selected and the thermostat
calls for heat, the compressor will run. Since there is no
reversing valve, the air conditioning unit will supply cool
air when heating is desired. Cool Only units do not heat.
When the Cool LED is lit, only the cooling systems are
selected and operated as required. When the temperature drops below the set point, the system will not
automatically switch to the Heat Mode.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO END USER:
View Hour Meter… To view the compressor hour meter,
press the Down Button immediately after applying AC
power, and while all LEDs are illuminated. Maximum
recorded time is 65,535 hours. The hour meter functions
are described fully in the Service Tools section of this
manual.
Heat Mode
When the Heat LED is on, only the heating systems are
selected and operated as required. Should the temperature rise above the set point, the system will not automatically switch to the Cool Mode.
2.03 Dual Button Functions
Automatic Mode
Up & Down Buttons… Press the Up and Down Button
together and the outside air temperature will be displayed, providing the optional outside air temperature
(“OAT”) sensor has been installed. No programming is
required.
When the Automatic LED is on, both heating and cooling
is supplied as required. The Heat or Cool LEDs will be lit
when the unit is heating or cooling.
Press the Up & Down Buttons simultaneously, while in
the Program mode, to set new custom programming
defaults.
Temperature in a given mode will be maintained within
2°F (1.1°C), however, a 4°F (2.2°C) difference is required
to allow the control to change modes. Once in a new
mode, the temperature will remain within 2°F (1.1°C) of
the set point.
Press the Power & Up Buttons to view the service
sensor temperature. P-8 must be turned on.
Do not select Automatic Mode if air conditioning unit is
Cool Only (see above).
Moisture Mode
2.04 Modes of Operation
While in the On Mode, press the Mode Button until the
Moisture Mode LED is illuminated. Every four hours, the
fan is started and air circulated for thirty minutes. During
this time the air temperature is sampled and entered into
memory. The cooling cycle is started and continues until
the temperature is lowered 2°F (1.1°C). The compressor
is allowed a maximum of one hour running time to reach
the desired temperature. Four hours after the temperature is satisfied, or the compressor times out, the cycle
will be repeated.
Off Mode
When the Elite is in the Off Mode, all control outputs are
turned off. Program parameters and user settings are
saved in nonvolatile memory. The Program Mode can
only be accessed from the Off Mode.
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2.05 Fan Modes
Entering Program Mode
Automatic Fan Speeds
The Program Mode can only be entered from the Off
Mode. From the Off Mode and in the following order,
press the Mode, Up, Down and the Mode buttons. These
buttons have to be pressed and released in the order
given. The numerals “85” which represent the high fan
limit, appears in the display. The “85” is followed by the
characters “P 1” followed again by the parameter setting
“85”. “P 1” represents the first programmable parameter.
The Elite control is now in the Program Mode.
Elite has three automatic fan speeds available: high,
medium and low. Automatic Fan Mode allows the Elite to
determine the required fan speed based on temperature
differential. This permits a balance between the most
efficient temperature control and slower, quieter fan
speeds.
Manual Fan Mode
Restore Default Settings
There are three fan speeds available: low, medium and
high. Manual Fan Mode allows the user to select and
maintain the desired fan speed manually. When a manual
fan speed has been selected, the speed is indicated by
one of the 3 LEDs above the AUTO fan LED. The top
LED represents the fastest speed.
IMPORTANT ! The default settings can be restored by
entering the Program Mode and setting P-15 to “rSt”. Exit
the Program Mode and the software version number
appears in the display. The default settings are restored
and the Elite control returns to the Off Mode. The
software version number is always displayed when you
exit the Program Mode.
Fan Only Mode
The Fan Only Mode can be operated for air circulation
when no cooling or heating is desired. From the Off
Mode press and release the Fan Button to start fan
speed one. Press and release again to select speed two.
Press and release a third time for speed three. Press
and release a fourth time to turn off the fan. Starting a
cycle will revert the fan to the Automatic Mode or the last
selected manual fan setting.
Using the Program Mode
Increment from one parameter to the next by pressing
and releasing the Mode Button while in the program
mode. Decrement from one program parameter to the
previous one by pressing the Fan Button. Use the Up
and Down Buttons to change the program parameter
values. The programmable parameters range from P-1
through P-19. See the Programmable Parameters Table.
Cycle Fan With Compressor
Up and Down Buttons
Press and hold the Fan Button for five seconds. The
mnemonic “CYC” followed by “con” will appear in the
display. Release the button with “CYC” in the window and
the fan will cycle on and off with the compressor. Release the button with “con” in the window and the fan will
run whenever the system is on.
The Up and Down Buttons are used to select the data or
set the desired limits for the parameter being programmed. This method is followed throughout the
Program Mode, however, special instructions are included for individual functions as required.
Exiting the Program Mode
2.06 Program Mode
There are two methods to exit the Program Mode. Press
the Power Button and the Elite control will return to the
Off Mode. Not pressing any buttons or attempting any
program changes for 50 seconds will allow the control to
exit the Program Mode to the Off Mode. Any programming changes that were made while in the Program
Mode will be memorized, set as the new default, and put
into operation when the Program Mode is exited and the
control is returned to the On Mode.
The Program Mode is used to adjust the systems
operating parameters to suit the particular needs of
individual users. The Program Mode is also used to tailor
the air conditioning system for the most efficient operation within an installation. Installation variables such as,
ducting, sensor location and system layout affect the
perceived operation of the overall system. Elite is
shipped with factory programmable default settings which
are stored in memory and can be recalled. However,
reprogrammed settings can be saved as the new default,
thus overwriting the factory defaults (see programmable
parameter P-15).
Software Identification
The software version of the control is identified for one
second prior to the exit from Program Mode. The software identification number (i.e. “A13”) will appear in the
display for one second, then the control will return to the
Off Mode.
NOTE: Should there be any reason to contact Dometic
about the system or programming the Elite, be sure to
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Programmable Parameters Table
Program
Number
New
Default*
Description
Default
P-1
High Fan Speed Limit (arbitrary units)
95
56 - 95
P-2
Low Fan Speed Limit (arbitrary units)
50
30 - 55
P-3
Compressor Staging Time Delay
15
5 - 135 seconds
P-4
Temperature Sensor Calibration
Ambient
Ambient ± 10° F
P-5
FAILSAFE LEVEL
P-6
Low Voltage Monitor1
P-7
De-Icing Cycle2
P-8
Pump Sentry… Protects Pump and
Compressor From Loss of Sea Water.
P-9
Display Brightness Control
3
Range
0
1 = Continuous No Display
2 = Continuous W / Display
3 = 4 Failures Reset Required
OFF
OFF
95=95VAC for115VAC Input Power
195=195VAC for 230VAC Input Power
1
OFF
1=On w/ 5°F Display Sensor Differential
2=On w/ 7°F Display Sensor Differential
OFF
OFF
On = Select 100°F to150°F
15
4 = Low
18 = Maximum
°F = Fahrenheit Displayed
°C = Celsius Displayed
P-10
Display ° Fahrenheit or ° Celsius
°F
P-11
Cycle Pump With Compressor or
Continuous Pump
CYC
CYC = Cycle with Compressor
con = Continuous Pump
P-12
Reverse Fan Speeds During Heating
Mode
rEF
nor = Normal Fan Operation
rEF = Reversed Fan In Heating
P-13
Reverse Cycle Heating or Electric
Heat Only Option Installed (cooling
only units)
nor
nor = Reverse Cycle Heating
ELE = Electric Heater Installed
P-14
Fan motor type selection. Shaded
pole or split capacitor.
SP
SP = Shaded Pole Fan Motor
SC = Split Cap. Fan Motor
P-15
Reset Memorized Programming
Defaults
nor
rSt = Reset Defaults
P-18
Air Filter Cleaning/Replacement
Timer Setting1
0
100-2500 hours (displayed in hours/10)
0=Timer Disabled
P-19
Air Filter Cleaning/Replacement
Timer Value & Reset1
0
Displays the elapsed time (in hours/10) since
the timer was star ted or reset. Pressing Up or
Down resets the value to 0, restar ts the timer,
and clears the "FIL" reminder.
1
This feature is only available in software revision A15 and newer.
This feature's setting and behavior were modified in software revision A15 and newer. See feature description in text for
more details.
2
* Default parameter settings may be reprogrammed by user, enter new default settings in this column. Should
any programming problems or confusion occur, reset the Default Settings by entering the program mode and
setting P-15 to “rSt”.
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P-6: Low Voltage Monitor
have the software identification number and the air
conditioning unit serial number available. The serial
number may be found on the dataplate label.
The Elite has a built-in voltmeter circuit that monitors the
AC input voltage. Depending on whether the input power
supply is 115VAC or 230VAC, this parameter can be set
to “OFF”, to “95” (for 115VAC input power) or to “195” (for
230VAC input power). The factory default setting is OFF.
2.07 Programmable Parameters
There are 17 programmable parameters with their
Factory Default Settings listed in this section. The table
below indicates what these parameters are, along with
the permitted values and the original Factory Default
Settings.
When this parameter is set to 95/195, the Elite will check
the AC input voltage prior to beginning every cooling or
heating cycle and will prevent the compressor from
starting if the voltage is less than 95VAC/195VAC. This
provides extra protection for the compressor and components within the system during low voltage (brownout)
conditions. If this low voltage condition occurs, the fault
code “LAC” will show on the LED display. The fault will
continue until the AC input voltage rises above 95VAC/
195VAC, at which time the LAC fault code will clear
automatically and the cooling or heating cycle will
commence.
P-1: High Fan Limit
The upper fan speed limit can be adjusted for various
motors. The high fan limit is adjusted with the system
installed and operating. The values range from 56
through 95 arbitrary units. Set a higher number for a
higher fan speed. Set lower number to lower the fan
speed. Use the Up and Down Buttons to select the
desired speed.
After the compressor is started, the low voltage monitor
will not interfere with operation and the LAC fault will not
be displayed even if the voltage does drop below 95VAC/
195VAC. Similarly, whenever the Elite is not running a
cooling or heating cycle and the voltage drops below
95VAC/195VAC, the LAC fault will not be displayed.
P-2: Low Fan Limit
The low fan limit determines the lowest output allowed
for the low fan speed. The values from 30 through 55,
arbitrary units. Use the Up and Down Buttons to select
the low fan limit. Set a higher number, for higher fan
speed. Setting lower numbers lowers the fan speed.
P-7: De-Icing Cycle
Elite is equipped with a de-icing cycle to prevent ice build up
on the evaporator coil during extended periods of cooling
operation. Installation variables such as grille sizes, length of
ducting, insulation R factors and ambient temperatures
determine the cooling run time required to achieve set point.
Customer usage may substantially increase run times by
operating the system with the hatches and doors open.
Programming an unrealistic set point (e.g. 65°F/18.3°C) and
leaving the salon door open will usually cause the evaporator
to ice up on warm humid days.
IMPORTANT ! Once the high and low fan speed limits
are set, the unit will automatically readjust the remaining
speeds to produce three equally spaced fan speeds in
both Automatic and Manual Fan Modes.
P-3: Compressor Staging Time Delay
The compressor staging delay is provided for installations where more than one system is being operated
from the same power source. Setting the staging delays
at different intervals allows only one compressor to start
at a time. The units should be staged at least five
seconds apart. The minimum delay is five seconds and
the maximum is 135 seconds.
For Elite software revision A13 and older, de-icing is
accomplished by switching the reversing valve into the
Heat Mode while the system is cooling. The valve will
remain energized for the programmed cycle time. The
cycle is programmable to “OFF” or to a period of one,
two, or three minutes.
P-4: Temperature Calibration
Use this feature to calibrate the air sensor within a range
of ±10°F. Enter the Program Mode and the ambient
temperature appears in the display. Use the Up and
Down Buttons to select the desired offset. The temperature in the display will increase or decrease according to
the offset programmed. Note that setting increments are
in °F even when the control is set to display °C.
For Elite software revision A15 and newer, de-icing is
accomplished using a more sophisticated algorithm that
closely monitors the room air temperature in repeating
10-minute intervals during a cooling cycle. Depending on
the value and change in room temperature during these
monitoring intervals, the Elite will perform various actions
to prevent ice from forming and/or melt ice that may have
already formed. This is accomplished by short compressor shutdown periods combined with a one-speed
increase in fan speed, and by periodic Heat Mode cycles
with the fan turned off.
P-5: Failsafe Level
See Failsafe and Fault Handling Codes section.
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P-11: Cycle Pump With Compressor
This de-icing feature is turned ON by default with
programming parameter P-7 set to “1”. The behavior of
the feature is always the same whenever an optional
alternate air temperature sensor is installed . However,
the feature has two different, selectable behavior modes
when it is used in conjunction with the Elite display’s
built-in room air temperature sensor. It attempts to
compensate for any temperature discrepancy that the
display sensor may experience. Although this discrepancy is not typical, installation variables such as where
the Elite display is placed inside the room (e.g. near an
open door or in direct sunlight) can affect how accurately
it can read the actual room temperature.
To increase pump life and conserve electricity the pump
can be programmed to cycle on and off with the compressor. The pump can also be programmed to operate
continuously whenever the system is on. To program the
pump for continuous operation, set P-11 to “con”.
P-12: Reverse Automatic Fan Speeds
During Heating
The automatic fan speeds can be reversed during the
Heat Mode to improve heat output in cooler climates. The
fan speed is decreased as the temperature spread
increases. The fan will speed up as the set point is
approached. Lowering the fan speed when the cabin is
cold increases head pressure and raises the supply air
temperature. Increasing the fan speed as the set point is
approached also reduces unnecessary high pressure
faults. The fan switches to low speed when the set point
is satisfied and the compressor cycles off. The fan can
be programmed to operate the same as in cooling by
programming P-12 “nor” which represents normal fan
operation during reverse cycle heating.
By default with P-7 set to “1”, the algorithm is applied
assuming the display sensor may be reading the room
temperature as much as 5°F (2.8°C) greater than the
actual evaporator temperature. With programmable
parameter P-7 set to “2”, the temperature differential that
is applied to the display sensor reading is increased to
7°F (3.9°C) for even more extreme installations. Setting
P-7 to “2” should only be used if a setting of “1” does not
prevent evaporator ice from forming. Alternately, the
installation of an optional alternate air temperature
sensor (located in the return air path) will greatly increase the effectiveness of the de-icing feature, and this
option should be considered whenever the display
sensor cannot read the room temperature accurately.
P-13: Reverse Cycle or Electric Heat
Units not equipped with reverse cycle heat may have
electric heater added. Program parameter to “ELE” for
the electric heat option.
P-8: Optional Pump Sentry
The display brightness can be adjusted to suit ambient
cabin lighting conditions. The allowed settings are 4 to
18, with 4 being the dimmest and 18 the brightest.
Typically a dark cabin will require a setting of 4 or 5. A
very bright cabin will require a setting of 12 to 18.
NOTE: For Elite software revision A13 and older, when
this parameter is programmed for electric heat, only the
electric heat relay located towards the middle of the
Passport I/O circuit board is energized during a heating
cycle (see Sample Wiring Diagram at the back of this
manual). For Elite software revision A15 and newer,
when programmed for electric heat, both the electric
heater relay and the valve relay are energized. This
change was made to support the future elimination of the
electric heater relay. Therefore, Passport I/O circuit
boards that do not have electric heater relays will require
an Elite display with software revision A15 or newer to
properly energize the valve relay. Also, since the valve
relay output can only support a maximum of 10 amps of
resistive load, when installing an optional electric heater
that exceeds this load, it will be necessary to also install
an additional contactor that is rated to handle the full
load of the electric heater. Please consult with Dometic
Customer Service or with an authorized service technician for assistance.
P-10: Fahrenheit or Celsius Selection
P-14: Fan Motor Selection
The unit can be programmed to display either Fahrenheit or
Celsius. Programming °F selects degrees Fahrenheit and
programming °C displays degrees Celsius. The factory
default setting is °F. When degrees Celsius (°C) is selected
the readings are displayed in tenths, i.e. 22.2°.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO END USER:
Elite can be equipped with an optional temperature
sensor that is used to monitor the condenser coil
temperature. The sensor is plugged into the “SERVICE/
H20” sensor jack and parameter P-8 programmed for a
temperature between 100 and 150° F (37.8 and 65.6° C),
depending on seawater temperature and the system
type. When the coil temperature rises above the programmed value the pump and compressor are shut down
and “PLF” is flashed in the display. Connect the water
sensor to the condenser coil outlet and insulate it. Note
that setting increments are in °F even when the control
is set to display °C.
P-9: Display Brightness Control
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Standard units have a Shaded Pole (SP) fan motor; the
factory default parameter “SP” is correct for standard
units. However, 24,000 BTU/Hr (24K) models and units
with High Velocity (HV) blowers have Split Capacitor (SC)
fan motors. This program must be changed if you
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P-19: Filter Cleaning/Replacement
Timer Value & Reset
have a 24K or an HV unit. A 24K unit is identifiable by
the “24” in the model number (i.e., VCD24K). A High
Velocity unit does not have a blower motor overhang, the
motor is inside the blower, and there is an “HV” in the
model number. If your air conditioner is one of these
two models then you must change parameter P-14 to
“SC” prior to operating the equipment. Save this
change as a new default by simultaneously pressing and
releasing the Up and Down Buttons prior to exiting the
program mode. Make note of new default in the Programmable Parameters table.
(available only in software revision A15 and newer)
This parameter displays the current elapsed time (in hours/
10) since the timer was started or reset. For example, if the
value of P-19 is “30”, then somewhere between 300-399
hours have elapsed since the timer was started or reset.
Once the value of P-19 reaches the value set in P-18
(explained above), “FIL” will flash on the LED display every
10 seconds until it is cleared. To clear the “FIL” reminder,
press either the Up or Down button while viewing the P-19
parameter. This will reset P-19 to 0 and restart the timer.
P-15: Reset Memorized Defaults
The default programming parameters can be reset by
entering the Program Mode and selecting “rSt”. This
restores the programmable parameters to the default
values. The default parameters listed in the Programmable
Parameters table may be altered by the installing dealer or
end user. Once new defaults are entered and memorized,
the factory defaults will be over written. The original factory
program parameters as listed in the Programmable Parameters table may be restored manually.
Why Memorize New Defaults?
Once the desired programming changes have been
made and the system tests satisfactorily, your work can
be saved as the new defaults. Your new defaults are
initiated by simultaneously pressing and releasing the Up
and Down Buttons prior to exiting the Program Mode.
Software Identification
The software version of the control is identified for one
second prior to the exit from the Program Mode. The
software identification number, i.e. (“A10”) will appear in
the display for one second, then the control will return to
the Off Mode.
P-18: Air Filter Cleaning/Replacement
Timer Setting
(available only in software revision A15 and newer)
The Elite can be programmed to display a reminder to
clean or replace the evaporator air filter on a regular
basis. This is especially beneficial when using Dometic’s
Breathe Easy® Micro-Particle and Anti-Allergenic Air
Filters. By default, this timer is disabled (P-18=0). The
allowed settings are 10-250 in multiples of 10, which
correspond to 100-2500 hours.
Should there be any reason to contact Dometic
Corporation about the system or programming the
Elite, be sure to have the software identification
number and serial number of the system available.
2.08 Failsafe, Fault Handling
Codes, and Reminders
NOTE: How often the air filter must be checked will
depend on the air quality. Dometic recommends that you
check the air filter at least every 500 hours of operation.
When a fault is detected Elite will display one of the
following Mnemonic fault codes:
Once set, the timer keeps track of the total amount of
run hours that the fan accumulates (see P-19). Once the
timer setting is reached, “FIL” will briefly flash on the LED
display every 10 seconds until it is cleared. The room
temperature will continue to be displayed and the normal
operation of the system will not be affected. The “FIL”
reminder can only be cleared and the timer reset via
programmable parameter P-19. See below for instructions.
“HPF” .... indicates high Freon pressure.*
“LPF” .... Indicates low Freon pressure.*
“ASF” .... Indicates failed air sensor.
“PLF” .... Indicates the seawater FLOW has failed.
“LAC: ..... Indicates the AC input voltage is less than
95VAC/195VAC
“FIL” ...... Indicates that the air filter requires cleaning or
replacement.
* NOTE:
• “HPF” is not indicated and does not cause lockout
in Heat Mode.
• “LPF” has a ten minute shut down delay.
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Failsafe Level 0
Only “ASF” detected and displayed. The control will shut
down and will not restart until the fault is repaired. Once
repaired the control will restart after a two minute delay.
Failsafe Level 1
All actions in level 0 plus all other faults detected but not
indicated. The system shuts down for two minutes or
until the fault is cleared whatever is longer. The system
will restart if the fault is cleared.
Failsafe Level 2
All actions same as level 0 and 1. Faults are indicated.
The system shuts down for two minutes or until the fault
is cleared whatever is longer.
Failsafe Level 3
All actions the same as level 0, 1 and 2. The system
shuts down for 2 minutes or until the fault is cleared
whatever is longer. The system will lockout after four
consecutive “HPF”, “LPF” or “PLF” faults. Press the
Power Button once to Off Mode, pressing it again to the
On Mode clears the lockout.
2.09 Quick Start Operations
Checklist
T Ensure seawater intake ball valve (sea cock) is open.
T Turn on the air conditioner’s circuit breaker. If the
seawater pump has its own circuit breaker, turn that on.
T Turn the system on.
T Set the desired cabin temperature (set point).
T Check for a steady solid stream of water from the
overboard discharge.
T Verify that there is steady airflow out of the supply air
grille.
T If the unit does not appear to be operating properly,
refer to troubleshooting guidelines.
Note: Do not turn the unit off and immediately turn it
back on. Allow at least 30 seconds for refrigerant
pressure equalization.
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3.0 Elite Controls • Troubleshooting
3.01 General Troubleshooting
5. Seawater temperature too high for cooling or
too low for heating.
Also see specific digital or mechanical control
troubleshooting sections following these general
guidelines.
Seawater temperature will directly affect air conditioning unit's efficiency. This air conditioning unit
can effectively cool your boat in water temperature
up to 90°F (32.2°C) and heat (if reverse cycle
option is installed) in water as low as 40°F (4.4°C).
Fault: Will not start.
6.
Possible Reason/Correction
Fan coil is iced (in cooling).
Check your specific control troubleshooting section.
1. Air conditioner’s circuit breaker is off.
7. Fan is not running.
Turn circuit breaker on at ship’s panel.
Check your specific control troubleshooting section.
2. Control is not turned on.
8. Seawater plumbing is air-locked.
See section 2.0 in this manual.
Ensure that seawater plumbing is installed per the
guidelines in this manual.
3. Wrong wiring at terminal strip.
Check wiring diagram and correct if necessary.
9. Digital control is programmed for Cool or Heat
only, or mechanical control thermostat is
rotated to far towards either Cooler or Warmer
setting.
4. Push-on butt connectors became
disconnected during installation.
Disconnect power supply and open electric box,
check wiring diagram, correct if necessary.
See digital control manual for reprogramming or see
mechanical control operation section in this manual.
5. Input line voltage is insufficient.
10. High pressure switch open (in cooling) due to
improper seawater flow.
Check power source (shore/generator) for proper
voltage. Check wiring and terminals for proper sizes
and connections. Verify with a volt-meter that the
power at the unit is the same as the power source.
Strainer or intake may be plugged, sea cock may be
closed, check seawater hose for kinks or collapses.
Verify pump operation. Check pump circuit breaker if
applicable
Fault: Fan is not running.
11. High pressure switch open (in heating) due to
improper airflow.
Check specific control troubleshooting section
Remove any obstructions in return air stream. Clean
return air filter and grille. Check for crushed or
restricted ducting, ducting must be as straight,
smooth and taut as possible.
Fault: No cooling or heating.
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Temperature set point is satisfied.
Lower or raise set point.
12. High-pressure switch is open in heating mode.
2. Obstructed seawater flow.
System may cycle on high-pressure if seawater
temperature is above 55°F (12.8°C).
Clean seawater strainer. Check for obstructions at
speed scoop thru-hull inlet. Check for a good steady
flow from the overboard discharge.
13. Compressor's thermal overload is open due to
either of the above reasons.
Compressor needs to cool down. Turn system off for
a while (it may take up to three hours to reset
thermal overload).
3. Seawater pump may be air-locked.
Remove hose from pump discharge to purge air from
line.
4.
Loss refrigerant gas.
Check air conditioning unit for refrigerant oil leakage,
call service technician.
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Fault: No heating.
Fault: System runs continuously.
Possible Reason/Correction
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Unit is cool only, or if reverse cycle, reversing
valve may be stuck.
1. Set point temperature is improperly set: too low
for cooling or too high for heating.
Tap reversing valve lightly with rubber mallet while
unit is in Heat Mode. Call for service if that does not
correct the problem.
Raise or lower set point.
2. Porthole or hatches open.
Close all port holes and hatches.
Fault: Low airflow.
3. Seawater temperature too high for cooling or to
low for heating.
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Airflow is blocked.
Seawater temperature will directly affect the air
conditioning unit's efficiency. This air conditioning
unit can effectively cool your boat in water temperatures up to 90°F (32.2°C) and heat (if reverse cycle
option is installed) in water as low as 40°F (4.4°C).
Remove any obstructions in return air stream. Clean
return air filter and grille. Check for crushed or
restricted ducting, ducting must be as straight,
smooth and taut as possible.
4. Improper air sensor location.
2. Fan Coil is iced.
Check your specific control troubleshooting section.
See below.
Fault: Fan coil is iced.
3.02 Digital Controls Troubleshooting
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Thermostat set point is too low.
Fault: Digital display panel is not lit.
Raise set point.
Possible Reason/Correction
2. Improper airflow.
1. 8-pin display cable plugs are not making
contact (unplugged, dirty, bent, or broken
pins).
Remove any obstructions in return air stream. Clean
return air filter and grille. Check for crushed or
restricted ducting, must be as straight, smooth and
taut as possible. See the Digital Controls Troubleshooting section below for reprogramming options.
With POWER OFF at the circuit breaker, remove
connector and inspect. If damaged, replace connector or entire display cable.
3. Supply air is short-cycling.
Redirect supply air so that is not blowing into the
return air stream. Seal any air leaks on duct.
Fault: Fan is not running or runs
continuously.
4. Humidity level too high.
Possible Reason/Correction
Close hatches and doors.
1. Digital control is programmed for either fan
cycling with compressor or continuous fan
operation.
5. When all else fails.
Switch air conditioning to heat until ice melts or use
hair dryer to melt.
Press and hold the Fan Button for five seconds to
change to "con" so fan will stay on continuously or to
"CYC" so the fan cycles with the compressor.
Fault: Water coil is iced in the heating
mode.
Note: After the compressor cycles off, the fan will
continue to run for two minutes in cool mode and
four minutes in Heat Mode regardless of parameter
setting.
1. Seawater temperature is below 40°F (4.4°C).
Shut down system to prevent damage to condenser.
Allow coil to defrost.
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Fault: Fan is not running but the
compressor is.
Fault: System runs continuously.
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Improper air sensor location.
Possible Reason/Correction
Verify display head location with criteria found in the
control manual. Install alternate air sensor if necessary.
1. Failed triac on Passport I/O circuit board.
Send for repair or call local service technician.
Fault: Fan runs continuously although it
is set to cycle with compressor.
Fault: “HPF” is displayed.
Possible Reason/Correction
1. High-pressure switch is open (in cooling) due
to improper seawater flow.
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Failed triac on Passport I/O circuit board.
Strainer or intake may be plugged, seacock may be
closed, check seawater hose for kinks or collapses.
Verify pump operation; check pump circuit breaker if
applicable.
Send for repair or call local service technician.
Fault: No cooling or heating.
2. High-pressure switch open (in heating) due to
improper airflow.
Possible Reason/Correction
Remove obstructions in return air stream. Clean air
filter and grille. Check for crushed or restricted
ducting, ducting must be as straight, smooth and
taut as possible.
1. Digital control programmed for heat or cool only.
Press and release the Mode Button (bottom right
corner of display) until the desired mode LED is lit.
2. "HPF" or "LPF" is displayed.
If problem persists, reprogram Low Fan Speed Limit
for maximum value. Set P-2 to 55. And, set the
Reverse Fan Speeds During Heating Mode parameter to "rEF" (P-12), or manually set fan speed to
high.
See below.
Fault: No heat.
Possible Reason/Correction
Fault: “LPF” is displayed.
1. Digital Control may be set to Electric Heat, not
Reverse Cycle.
Possible Reason/Correction
Reprogram parameter P-13
1. Low-pressure switch is open due to low seawater and/or low return air temperatures.
Fault: Unit switches to heat while in cool
mode.
Try restarting the air conditioning unit, the optional
low pressure switch has a ten minute shutdown time
delay that may be in affect.
Possible Reason/Correction
2. Low pressure switch is open due to loss of
refrigerant.
1. De-icing feature enabled due to coil icing up.
Reprogram parameter P-7
Check air conditioning unit for refrigerant oil leakage,
call service technician.
Fault: Fan coil is iced.
Fault: “ASF” is displayed.
Possible Reason/Correction
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Improper airflow.
1. Indicates failed face plate air sensor, alternate
air sensor or display cable.
See the General Troubleshooting section above first,
before reprogramming digital control.
Unplug alternate air sensor if installed or plug in
alternate air sensor if not installed. Try another
display cable.
Reprogram parameter P-7 to enable de-icing. If deicing cycle does not melt ice, switch air conditioning
unit to heat until ice melts or use hair dryer to melt ice.
2. Damaged jack/socket in display head or on
circuit board.
If problem persists, reprogram Low Fan Speed Limit
for maximum value. Set P-2 to 55.
Visually check to see that pins inside socket are not
bent or corroded. Repair or replace display or circuit
board if needed.
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Fault: “PLF” is displayed.
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Indicates that seawater flow through the condenser coil is insufficient.
Check for adequate seawater flow. Verify pump operation. Inspect the condenser coil, it may need cleaning
(see Maintenance section). Sensor may be faulty,
replaced if necessary. Call for service technician.
Fault: “LAC” is displayed
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Indicates the AC input voltage is less than
95VAC (for 115VAC input power) or 195VAC (for
230VAC input power).
Check the AC input power supply source (generator
or shore power) and the wiring connections to the
system. Using a voltmeter, measure the voltage at
the L1 and L2 terminals of the Passport I/O Circuit
Board to verify that the problem has been corrected.
Once the proper voltage has been restored (exceeds
95VAC or 195VAC), the fault will clear automatically
and the system will resume normal operation.
Fault: “FIL” is displayed.
Possible Reason/Correction
1. Indicates that it is time to clean or replace the
systems air filter.
Inspect the air filter. If it is the plastic mesh type,
clean and replace. If it is a Dometic Breathe Easy®
micro-particle anti-allergenic type, replace with the
same size and model. Reset and clear the air filter
cleaning/replacement reminder by setting programmable parameter P-19 to 0.
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4.0 Elite Controls • Maintenance
Reversing Valves
Return Air Filters
Reverse cycle units have a reversing valve; the valve
must be energized periodically to keep the internal parts
moving freely. To do this, switch the a/c unit into heat for
a few seconds once a month.
Check the return air filter about once a month and clean
as necessary. To clean the filter, remove it from the unit,
rinse with water, air dry and reinstall.
Winterization
Seawater Strainer
There are several methods of winterization, some of
which work better than others. The four various methods
employed using a 50/50 nonpolluting biodegradable
antifreeze/water solution are:
Insure that your pump receives adequate seawater flow
by regularly cleaning the strainer basket. Periodically
check the overboard discharge for a steady stream of
water. Check seawater intake speed scoop for obstructions. Make sure hoses are not looped, kinked or
crushed.
1. Pumping of antifreeze solution into the overboard thruhull fitting, and discharging through the intake thru-hull
fitting.
2. Use of the seawater pump to pump antifreeze solution
through the system and discharging through the
overboard thru-hull fitting. Close sea cock, remove
hose from strainer discharge, raise hose above pump
(so pump does not lose its prime) and pour in antifreeze solution. Pump solution through system. The
strainer and hose to sea cock will also need to be
drained of water.
Condenser Coil Cleaning
1. With the system turned off at the circuit breaker on the
ship’s panel, disconnect the inlet and outlet connections of the condenser coil.
2. Use chemical resistant hoses (MAS white PVC 5/8”
I.D., etc.) to connect the inlet of the condenser coil to
the outlet of a chemical resistant, submersible pump
(MAS P-500 pump, etc.) and let the hose connected to
the coil outlet flow freely into the container mentioned
below.
3. Use of pressurized air injected at the overboard
discharge fitting and the water being discharged
through the seawater intake fitting.
3. Place a strainer or piece of screen over the inlet of the
pump and submerse the pump into a container filled
with a 5% solution of muriatic or hydrochloric acid and
fresh water or use a premixed over-the-counter
solution. Use a large container as possible to hold the
solution (5-25 gallons).
4. Use of pressurized air to force water from the intake
through the overboard discharge.
Any method that causes the antifreeze solution to flow
downward is the method of choice. By this means, the
antifreeze solution will displace any water trapped and
eliminate the possibility of freezing in hidden areas. In
addition, since the seawater pump utilizes a magnetically
driven impeller, the impeller should be removed from the
wet end assembly, wiped with an alcohol solution, and
stored in a warm, dry area until commissioning takes
place.
CAUTION: Avoid spilling or splashing the solution.
Follow all warnings and recommendations given by the
manufacturer of any acids or premixed solutions.
4. Power the pump and circulate the solution through the
condenser coil for 15-45 minutes depending upon the
size of the coils and the extent of the contamination.
Visual inspection of the solution in the container
should indicate when the contamination removal has
stopped.
Note: Collect all discharged liquids and recycle or dispose of in a proper manner.
5. Circulate fresh water through the coil to flush any
residual acid from the system.
6. Restart the system and check operational parameters
to ensure thorough cleaning has taken place. Additional cleaning may be necessary with extreme
contamination.
WARNING: For the purpose of protecting the environment, dispose of any contaminated acid solutions in
accordance with federal, state and/or local regulations.
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5.0 Elite Controls • Manufacturers Limited Warranty
Agreement
The following warranty is extended to cover marine air
conditioners manufactured or supplied by Dometic Environmental Corporation, and is subject to qualifications indicated. Dometic warrants for the periods set forth below that
products manufactured or supplied by it will be free from
defects in workmanship and material, provided such
products are installed, operated, and maintained in
accordance with Dometic’s written instruction.
In addition, Dometic will pay labor costs and travel as
outlined in its Schedule of Limited Warranty Allowances for removal and reinstallation of such components
for a period of one (1) year from the date of installation,
but not to exceed two (2) years from the date of manufacture at the Dometic factory. OEM installed equipment
warranties begin with the purchase of the vessel, not
from the date of installation. Warranty will be paid in
accordance with our established schedule of allowances.
Compensation for warranty repairs is only made to
Dometic authorized service companies.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
ARE LIMITED TO THE TERMS AND PERIODS OF
WARRANTY SET FORTH BELOW AND, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, ANY AND ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUDED.
Dometic will repair, or replace at its option, components
found to be defective due to faulty materials or workmanship, when such components, examined by an authorized
service dealer or a factory service representative, are
found to have a defect for which the company is responsible. Refer to Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty Policy
for complete coverage and exclusions. Replacement
components are warranted for the duration of the remaining warranty period in effect on the original component.
In the event that a unit has to be returned to the factory,
it must be properly packaged to prevent shipping damages. If packaging is not available, Dometic will provide it
at no charge. The warranty may be voided on any piece
of equipment or component that is damaged due to
improper packaging.
Warranty with the Elite or Passport I/O digital controls (Coverage applies to units manufactured on or after
03/01/03 and applies only to units equipped with Elite or
Passport I/O digital controls at the Dometic factory.):
Components comprising of the Passport I/O circuit
boards, Elite or Passport I/O digital displays, and associated cables are warranted for a period of three (3) years
from the date of installation, but not to exceed four (4)
years from the date of manufacture at the Dometic
factory. All other components comprising a complete
system (excluding pumps and pump relay panels) on a
new installation are warranted for a period of two (2)
years from the date of installation, but not to exceed
three (3) years from the date of manufacture at the
Dometic factory. Pumps and pump relay panels are
warranted for a period of one (1) year from the date of
installation, but not to exceed two (2) years from the date
of purchase. OEM installed equipment warranties begin
with the purchase of the vessel, not from the date of
installation.
This limited warranty is extended in lieu of all other
warranties, agreements or obligations, expressed or
implied, concerning Dometic’s components. This warranty
is extended only to the original purchaser and is not
transferable. This warranty shall be governed by the laws
of the State of Florida and gives the original first end
user definite legal rights.
This warranty does not cover damages incidental and/or
consequential to the failure of Dometic’s equipment
including but not limited to; normal wear, accident,
misuse, abuse, negligence, improper installation, lack of
reasonable and necessary maintenance, alteration, civil
disturbance or acts of God.
Warranty with MCP (Mechanical Control Panel) control:
Components comprising a complete system on a new
installation are warranted for a period of one (1) year from
the date of installation, but not to exceed two (2) years from
the date of manufacture at the Dometic factory. OEM
installed equipment warranties begin with the purchase of
the vessel, not from the date of installation.
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No person or dealer is authorized to extend any other
warranties or to assume any other liabilities on Dometic’s
behalf, unless made or assumed in writing by an officer
of Dometic.
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6.0 Elite Controls • Specifications
Set Point Operating Range ............................................................ 65°F to 85°F (18.3°C to 29.4°C)
Ambient Temperature Operating Range Displayed ......................... 5°F to 150°F (-15°C to 65.6°C)
Sensor Accuracy ............................................................................. ± 2°F @ 77°F (±1.1°C @ 25°C)
Low Voltage Limit 115 Volt Units ........................................................................................... 75 VAC
Low Voltage Limit 220 Volt Units......................................................................................... 175 VAC
Low Voltage Processor Reset ............................................................................................... 50 VAC
Line Voltage .................................................................................................. 115 Through 240 VAC
Frequency ...................................................................................................................... 50 or 60 Hz
Fan Output ................................................................ 6 Amps @ 115 VAC and 6 Amps @ 230 VAC
Valve Output ........................................................................................... 1/4 Amps @ 115/230 VAC
Pump Output ............................................................... 1/4 HP @ 115 VAC and 1/2 HP @ 230 VAC
Compressor Output ........................................................... 1 HP @ 115 VAC and 2 HP @ 230 VAC
Minimum Operating Temperature ................................................................................ 0°F (-17.8°C)
Maximum Ambient Operating Temperature .............................................................. 180°F (82.2°C)
Maximum Rh Conditions ................................................................................ 99% Non Condensing
Power Consumption ............................................................................................ Less Than 5 Watts
Electric Heater Output ........................................... 30 Amps @ 115 VAC and 20 Amps @ 230 VAC
Dimensions
Display Panel ............................................................................. 4.41" (11.20 cm) X 2.96" (7.52 cm)
Panel Cut Out ......................................................... 3 5/16" (3.31"/8.41 cm) X 2 3/16"" (2.19"/5.56 cm)
Bezel Size .................................................................................. 4.85" (12.32 cm) X 3.25" (8.26 cm)
Cable Lengths
Display Cable Self Contained ............................................................................ 15' (4.6m) Standard
Display Cable Central System........................................................................... 30' (9.1m) Standard
Alternate Air Sensor ............................................................................................ 7' (2.1m) Standard
Alternate Air Sensor Central System................................................................ 30' (9.1m) Standard
Outside Air Sensor ............................................................................................ 15' (4.6m) Standard
All custom cable lengths supplied in standard 5' (1.5m) increments............. 75' (22.9m) Maximum
NOTES: Maximum length of display and sensor cables is 75 feet (22.9m). The outside air sensor
and alternate air sensors are optional items and are not included with the standard control package.
System Inputs
Ambient or Inside Air Temperature ................................................................................................. 1
High Freon Pressure ....................................................................................................................... 1
Low Freon Pressure ........................................................................................................................ 1
Alternate Inside Air Temperature Sensor (Optional) ....................................................................... 1
Outside Air Temperature Sensor (Optional).................................................................................... 1
Pump Sentry Condenser Coil Sensor (Optional) ............................................................................ 1
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Automated Factory Self Test
Program
Maximum recorded time is 65,536 hours, the meter stops
and can only be reset by a service technician.
The Elite software contains a self test program to
facilitate factory testing of the entire air conditioning
system. Once the self test program is activated, the test
cycle will continue until the AC power is interrupted or
the Power Button is pressed once.
Service History Log
Elite will record and remember the last eight service
problems or service faults detected. Each time a fault is
detected, a one hour timer is started. During that hour
the same recurring fault will not be recorded. Should a
different fault be detected during that hour, it will be
entered into the service history log.
Activate the self test program by pressing the Power
Button after turning on the AC power, while the display
indicates “888” and all LEDs are lit. Elite is now in the
self test program.
The following events are entered into the service history
log:
“tSt” appears in the display while in the self test program.
1. High Freon Pressure Fault - “HPF”
2. Low Freon Pressure Fault - “LPF”
Once activated the self test software will continuously
execute the following procedure:
3. Air Sensor Fault - “ASF”
1. Turn on in the Heat Mode and supply heating for ten
minutes.
4. Pump or Loss of Seawater Fault - “PLF”
To view the service log, turn off AC power supply circuit
breaker and then turn it back on. Immediately after
restoring power, while the display indicates “888” and all
LEDs are lit, press the Mode Button. The display will
flash the most recent mnemonic for the fault detected,
followed by the event number. To view the other events
detected press either the Up or Down Buttons.
2. Stop heating and run the fan only for five minutes.
3. Switch to Cool Mode and continue cooling for ten
minutes.
4. Stop cooling and run the fan only for five minutes.
5. Return to step one and continue until interrupted.
The service history log can be cleared by simultaneously
pressing the Power and Down Buttons.
The self test program will continue until the power is
interrupted or the test is halted by pressing the Power
Button once.
Exit the service history log by pressing either the Power
or Mode Buttons or wait thirty seconds without pressing
any button.
Service Tools
Hour Meter
Display Location
Total compressor cycle time is saved in EEPROM every
six minutes of continuous compressor running time.
Cycles less than six minutes will be discarded to
conserve memory and allow the most flexible hourmeter possible.
IMPORTANT!
The system’s air sensor is located in the Display Panel.
The display MUST be located on an inside wall at eye
level. It must NOT be located in direct sunlight or inside
a cabinet.
To view the hour meter, turn off AC power supply circuit
breaker and then turn it back on. Immediately after
restoring power, while the display indicates “888” and all
LEDs are lit, press the Down Button. The following will
appear in the display:
1. The hour meter mnemonic “Hr” is displayed for one
second.
2. The display blanks out for one second and then
displays the thousands of hours for three seconds.
3. The display blanks out for one second and then
displays the hours for three seconds.
Face plate sensor location
4. The unit returns to the last operating state before
power was removed.
L-2230 Specifications
20
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If these conditions cannot be met, the Optional Remote
Air Sensor must be purchased and installed in the return
air stream.
Display Panel Installation
Before mounting the Elite or AH-Elite digital display
panel touch pad, consider the location. The air sensor
built into the display panel will provide excellent room air
temperature sensing given a proper installation. The
display panel should be mounted on an inside wall,
slightly higher than mid-height of the cabin, in a location
with freely circulating air where it can best sense average temperature. The cut out size for the display panel is
3-5/16" (3.31"/8.41cm) wide by 2-3/16" (2.19"/5.56cm)
high. Do not mount the display in direct sunlight, near
any heat producing appliances or in a bulkhead where
temperatures radiating from behind the panel may affect
performance. Do not mount the display in the supply
air stream. Do not mount the display above or below a
supply or return air grille. Do not mount the display
behind a door, in a corner, under a stairwell or any place
where there is no freely circulating air.
Mount the display within display cable length (custom
lengths available) of the air conditioner. Plug one end of
the display cable (8-pin connector) into the upper righthand socket on the circuit board in the electric box and
the other end into the back of the display panel. Secure
the display panel to the bulkhead using the four screws
provided. Do not use a screw gun and do not overtighten screws when mounting, because either method
my damage the display. Once the display is securely
mounted, then mount the bezel over the display frame
until it snaps into place.
If a proper location for room temperature sensing cannot
be found for the display, an optional remote air sensor
may be used. Mount the remote air sensor in the return
air stream behind the return air grille/opening and plug
its cable (6-pin connector) into the “ALT AIR” socket #J4
in the upper left-hand corner of the circuit board. Installing the remote air sensor will override the faceplate
sensor. An optional outside air temperature sensor and
cable may also be used. Plug that cable into the “OAT”
socket #J3 (next to #J4). Mount the sensor outside but
not in direct sunlight. Air sensor cables are available in
various lengths. Do not staple any cables when mounting.
When using the AH-Elite with a chilled water airhandler,
plug the water inlet sensor cable into the “SERVICE/H2O”
socket #J5.
L-2230 Specifications
21
Y English
Sample Wiring Diagram
NOTE: THIS IS A SAMPLE DIAGRAM. WIRE COLORS MAY VARY. SEE UNIT
SPECIFIC DIAGRAM LOCATED IN ELECTRICAL BOX OR IN AIR CONDITIONING UNIT MANUAL.
TURN POWER OFF BEFORE OPENING ELECTRICAL BOX.
See Parameter P-13
for more information on
Electric Heat
L-2230
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Marine Air Worldwide Service Dealer Locator
The majority of the service listings displayed for the United States are key members of the national Marine Air distributor network. If
you need service, please contact the closest company shown. In most cases they will direct you to a local dealer or service port.
We have over 500 Marine Air dealers in the national Marine Air network, and one should be convenient to you.
The international companies listed are, in many cases, distributors and are capable of managing the majority of service requests
for the countries listed. In some cases they will refer you to a local dealer.
You may also contact us directly via the web site or call us in the US at (954) 973-2477.
For a complete and up-to-date Dealer locator list, please visit our website at http://www.marineair.com/locator/index.html
Florida (North)
USA
Beard Marine Savannah - Distributor
Alabama
AER Marine Supply
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
Alaska
American Marine Contractors
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(206) 660-2240
(206) 548-5008
gene@nwmarineair.com
Arizona
Southern California Marine Enterprises
Location: San Diego, CA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
619-224-2869
619-226-0496
sales@southerncalmarine.com
www.southerncalmarine.com
Arkansas
AER Marine Supply
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
California
Southern California Marine Enterprises
Location: San Diego, CA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
619-224-2869
619-226-0496
sales@southerncalmarine.com
www.southerncalmarine.com
Colorado
AER Marine Supply
Florida (South)
IYS Marine - Dealer
Location: Savannah, GA, USA
Location: Pinellas Park, Florida, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Territory: Tampa-St Petersburg
(912) 356-5222
(912) 692-1006
beardsav@aol.com
www.beardmarine.com
Florida (South)
ARW Maritime - Dealer
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(727) 521-6650
(727) 520-0844
iysmarine2002@aol.com
Jim's Marine A/C - Dealer
Location: Port Charlotte, Florida, USA
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Territory: Port Charlotte
Territory: Fort Lauderdale
Phone:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(954) 463-0110
(954) 522-1139
arwgroup@earthlink.net
(941) 629-8788
Marine Air Conditioning - Dealer
Location: Ft. Pierce, Florida, USA
Territory: Port St. Lucie
Beard Marine - Ft. Lauderdale - Dealer
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Territory: Fort Lauderdale
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(954) 463-2288
(954) 527-0362
info@beardmarine.com
www.beardmarine.com
Beard Marine of the Palm Beaches - Dealer
Phone:
Fax:
(772) 464-7896
(772) 464-8697
Masters Marine Center, Inc. - Dealer
Location: Miami, Florida, USA
Territory: Miami
Phone:
Fax:
(305) 891-1236
(305) 891-8700
Location: Riviera Beach, Florida, USA
Neptune Air Corporation - Dealer
Territory: Riviera Beach
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Territory: Fort Lauderdale
(561) 881-9598
(561) 881-9599
bmpb@beardmarine.com
Phone:
Fax:
(954) 792-6550
(954) 792-6551
Cable Marine - Dealer
Palm Beach Aqua Air - Dealer
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Location: West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
Territory: Fort Lauderdale
Territory: West Palm Beach
Phone:
Fax:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
(954) 462-2840
(954) 523-3686
www.cablemarine.com
(561) 832-8820
(561) 659-7918
Sea Air Land Technologies - Dealer
Comfort Marine - Dealer
Location: Marathon, Florida, USA
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA
Territory: Florida Keys
Territory: Ft. Lauderdale
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(305) 289-1150
(305) 359-5272
saltmail@salt-systems.com
www.salt-systems.com
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Phone:
Fax:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Location: Lake Park, Florida, USA
Sea Breeze Marine - Dealer
Territory: West Palm Beach
Location: Lighthouse Point, Florida, USA
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
Connecticut
Cowherd Marine - Dealer
Phone:
Fax:
Ocean Options
(954) 257-9848
(954) 689-7332
(561) 844-1666
(561) 844-1628
Location: Tiverton, RI, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(401) 624-7334
(401) 624-8050
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
Delaware
Ocean Options - Mid Atlantic
Location: Annapolis, MD, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(410) 268-9365
(410) 268-8199
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
Dometic Corporation-Environmental Systems,
Distributor
Territory: Lighthouse Point
Phone:
Fax:
(954) 427-3843
(561) 368-0463
Tropica Boats & Marine, Inc. - Dealer
Location: Pompano Beach, FL, USA
Location: Fort Myers, Florida, USA
Territory: South Florida
Territory: Fort Myers
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(954) 973-2477
(954) 979-4414
sales@dometicenviro.com
www.dometicenviro.com
(239) 694-5259
(239) 694-5243
info@tropica.net
www.tropica.net
Edd Helms Marine Air Conditioning - Dealer
Ty Cobb Services, Inc. - Dealer
Location: Miami, Florida, USA
Location: Sebastian, Florida, USA
Territory: Ft. Lauderdale, Miami
Territory: Sebastian
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
Fax:
954 522 2520
954 522 1331
srogers@eddhelms.com
(772) 388-5966
(772) 581-0056
L-2205M Revised: 9-30-05
Georgia
Massachusetts
North Carolina
Beard Marine Savannah - Distributor
Ocean Options
Beard Marine Savannah - Distributor
Location: Savannah, GA, USA
Location: Tiverton, RI, USA
Location: Savannah, GA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(912) 356-5222
(912) 692-1006
beardsav@aol.com
www.beardmarine.com
(401) 624-7334
(401) 624-8050
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
Hawaii
(912) 356-5222
(912) 692-1006
beardsav@aol.com
www.beardmarine.com
Michigan
North Dakota
Southern California Marine Enterprises
Midwest Marine Supply
Midwest Marine Supply
Location: San Diego, CA, USA
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
619-224-2869
619-226-0496
sales@southerncalmarine.com
www.southerncalmarine.com
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Phone:
Fax:
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Minnesota
Ohio
Midwest Marine Supply
Midwest Marine Supply
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
Phone:
Fax:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
AER Marine Supply
AER Marine Supply
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Idaho
American Marine Contractors
(206) 660-2240
(206) 548-5008
gene@nwmarineair.com
Illinois
Midwest Marine Supply
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
Phone:
Fax:
Midwest Marine Supply
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Iowa
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Mississippi
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Indiana
Phone:
Fax:
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Oklahoma
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
Missouri
Oregon
AER Marine Supply
American Marine Contractors
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
(206) 660-2240
(206) 548-5008
gene@nwmarineair.com
Montana
Pennsylvania
American Marine Contractors
Ocean Options - Mid Atlantic
Midwest Marine Supply
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Location: Annapolis, MD, USA
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
(206) 660-2240
(206) 548-5008
gene@nwmarineair.com
Nevada
Kansas
(410) 268-9365
(410) 268-8199
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
Rhode Island
AER Marine Supply
AER Marine Supply
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Ocean Options
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Location: Tiverton, RI, USA
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
New Hampshire
Kentucky
Midwest Marine Supply
Ocean Options
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
Location: Tiverton, RI, USA
Phone:
Fax:
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Louisiana
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
AER Marine Supply
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
Maine
Ocean Options
Location: Tiverton, RI, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(401) 624-7334
(401) 624-8050
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
Maryland
Ocean Options - Mid Atlantic
(410) 268-9365
(410) 268-8199
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
(401) 624-7334
(401) 624-8050
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
South Carolina
(401) 624-7334
(401) 624-8050
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
New Jersey
Beard Marine Savannah - Distributor
Location: Savannah, GA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Marine Specialists
(912) 356-5222
(912) 692-1006
beardsav@aol.com
www.beardmarine.com
South Dakota
Location: Ronkonkoma, NY, USA
Territory: New York, New Jersey
Midwest Marine Supply
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
(631) 580-0545
(631) 580-0551
Sales@marinespecialists.com
www.marinespecialists.com
New Mexico
Phone:
Fax:
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Tennessee
Beard Marine Savannah - Distributor
AER Marine Supply
Location: Savannah, GA, USA
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Location: Annapolis, MD, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
(912) 356-5222
(912) 692-1006
beardsav@aol.com
www.beardmarine.com
Texas
New York
Marine Specialists
AER Marine Supply
Location: Ronkonkoma, NY, USA
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Territory: New York, New Jersey
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(631) 580-0545
(631) 580-0551
Sales@marinespecialists.com
www.marinespecialists.com
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
L-2205M Revised: 9-30-05
Utah
AER Marine Supply
Location: Seabrook, TX, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(281) 474-3276
(281) 474-2714
rsmiller@aersupply.com
Vermont
Ocean Options
Location: Tiverton, RI, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(401) 624-7334
(401) 624-8050
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
Virginia
Ocean Options - Mid Atlantic
Location: Annapolis, MD, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(410) 268-9365
(410) 268-8199
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
Washington
Austria
Caribbean Islands
Dometic Marine – Italy, Sales Company
Aboard Refrigeration
Location: Milano, Italy
Location: , Antigua, West Indies
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
390 26172583
390 266010223
marine.info@dometic.it
www.dometic.com
BVI Marine Management
Bahamas
Freezing Point, Ltd.
Location: Nassau, Bahamas
Territory: Nassau
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(242) 325-3589
(242) 356-5271
rolandknowles@bahamas.net.bs
Bahrain
Location: Manama, Bahrain
Phone:
Fax:
973-17728691
973-17728412
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
Fax:
Ocean Options - Mid Atlantic
Location: Annapolis, MD, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(410) 268-9365
(410) 268-8199
Sales@oceanoptions.com
www.oceanoptions.com
Wisconsin
(971) 4-3332-542
(971) 4-3330-649
Brazil
Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
55-11-5182-7166
55-11-5183-3636
fabrizio@marinexpress.com.br
www.marinexpress.com.br
British Virgin Islands
BVI Marine Management
Location: Roadtown, Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Phone:
Fax:
Phone:
Fax:
(284) 494-2938
(284) 494-5006
American Marine Contractors
Location: , Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Phone:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Canada
Antigua
Aboard Refrigeration
Location: , Antigua, West Indies
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(268) 460-1690
(419) 858-0544
aboardrf@candw.ag
www.aboardrefrigeration.com
(284) 776-0038
Baron SRL
Location: San Fernando, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(54) 11-4-580-5556
(54) 11-4-746-1696
rosito@baron.com.ar
www.baron.com.ar
Australia
Seairland Systems, Inc.
American Marine Contractors
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(206) 660-2240
(206) 548-5008
gene@nwmarineair.com
Ontario
Northland Supply Company
Territory: Queensville
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(905) 478-2244
(905) 478-2295
norsupco@aol.com
www.norsupco.com
(61) 7-3268-7511
(61) 7-3268-1445
hadyn@seairland.com.au
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
787-727-3637
787-727-3637
fernan_moreno@hotmail.com
Cool-Tech Air Condition
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(787) 860-2615
(787) 801-2050
cooltech@isppr.com
www.isppr.net/cooltech
Location: Simpson Bay, St. Maarten/St. Martin, Netherland
Antilles
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
599-551-2145
305-675-5857 (USA)
service@entertechnv.com
Freezing Point, Ltd.
Location: Nassau, Bahamas
Territory: Nassau
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(242) 325-3589
(242) 356-5271
rolandknowles@bahamas.net.bs
Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Phone:
Fax:
787-751-0490
787-790-2551
Woodard and Company - Manufacturer's Rep.
Location: Chaguaramas, Trinidad
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
868-634-2174
868-634-2174
nautkol@cablenett.net
www.nautkol.com
Reefco, Inc.
Location: , St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(340) 776-0038
(340) 776-0038
denny@reefco.net
www.reefco.net
Regis Electronics (St Lucia) LTD.
Location: St. Lucia, West Indies
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
758-452-0205
758-452-0206
stlucia@regiselectronics.com
Location: Concord, Ontario, Canada
Sun Cool Air Conditioning
Territory: All Canadian Provinces except BC
Location: Carolina, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(905)760-0245
(905)760-0250
john.reid@woodardcompany.com
Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(284) 776-0038
Nau-T-Kol Marine Refrigeration
British Columbia
Location: Queensville, Ontario, Canada
Argentina
Phone:
May Day Marine
C & G Refrigeration
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 660-2240
(206) 548-5008
gene@nwmarineair.com
C & G Refrigeration
Location: , Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Enertech N.V.
Marine Express
Midwest Marine Supply
Wyoming
(284) 494-2938
(284) 494-5006
Location: Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Location: St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
(586) 778-8950
(586) 778-6108
Phone:
Fax:
Location: San Turce, Puerto Rico
International Agencies Co.
Mantech
West Virginia
Location: Roadtown, Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Centro Cruisair de Puerto Rico
American Marine Contractors
(206) 660-2240
(206) 548-5008
gene@nwmarineair.com
(268) 460-1690
(419) 858-0544
aboardrf@candw.ag
www.aboardrefrigeration.com
Quebec
Kimpex, Inc.
Territory: Carolin
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(787) 791-6971
(787) 791-3885
suncool1@coqui.net
China
Location: Drummondville, Quebec, Canada
Territory: Drummondville, Quebec
Flash Marine Trading Pte.Ltd.
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Location: Shanghai, China
(705) 721-0947
(705) 721-1704
scott.pipher@kpx-kimpex.com
http://www.kpx-kimpex.com
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(86 21) 509 04120
(86 21) 509 04789
fmtmasb@online.sh.cn
L-2205M Revised: 9-30-05
Costa Rica
Hong Kong
Netherlands Antilles
Gato Frío
Piercey Marine Limited
Enertech N.V.
Location: Playa Jaco, Costa Rica
Location: Sai Kung, NT, Hong Kong
Territory: Costa Rica, Panama
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Location: Simpson Bay, St. Maarten/St. Martin, Netherland
Antilles
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
506-637-7181
506-637-7180
eric@yachtshare.net
Croatia
(852) 2791-4106
(852) 2791-4124
pmltd@attglobal.net
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
599-551-2145
305-675-5857 (USA)
service@entertechnv.com
Italy
Condaria 87 SRL
New Zealand
Dometic Marine – Italy, Sales Company
Location: Nova Milanese (MI), Italy
Whiting Power Systems
Location: Milano, Italy
Phone:
Fax:
Location: 192 Herne Bay, Auckland, New Zealand
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
390 26172583
390 266010223
marine.info@dometic.it
www.dometic.com
Cyprus
Dometic Marine - United Kingdom, Sales
Company
39 0362 44182
39 0362 452226
Dometic Marine – Italy, Sales Company
Location: Milano, Italy
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
390 26172583
390 266010223
marine.info@dometic.it
www.dometic.com
649.358.2050
649.358.0285
sales@whiting.co.nz
www.whiting.co.nz
Oman
Mantech
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Location: Poole, Dorset, England
Japan
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Tominaga & Company, Ltd.
44 (0) 870 3306101
44 (0) 870 3306102
sales@dometicmarine.com
www.dometic.com
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
(971) 4-3332-542
(971) 4-3330-649
Location: Osaka, Japan
OHI Marine LLC
Location: Muscat, Oman
Dominican Republic
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
May Day Marine
Kuwait
Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Phone:
Fax:
787-751-0490
787-790-2551
Mantech
Gato Frío
Location: Playa Jaco, Costa Rica
(971) 4-3332-542
(971) 4-3330-649
Quasar Nautica, S.A.
Sammari Marine Trading
Location: Al-Shawikh, Kuwait
Phone:
Fax:
Phone:
Fax:
965-5740408
965-5715655
Malta
Engineering Air
Dometic Marine - United Kingdom, Sales
Company
Phone:
Fax:
202 4829341
202 4829341
France
Location: Poole, Dorset, England
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
44 (0) 870 3306101
44 (0) 870 3306102
sales@dometicmarine.com
www.dometic.com
Dometic Marine – France, Sales Company
Location: Plailly, France
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Cell: 0033 (0)680 415 543
0033 (0)344 633 518
marine.sales@dometic.fr
www.dometic.com
Inmartech Ltd.
Location: Swieqi, STJ 04, Malta
Phone:
Fax:
00356 21376476
00356 21376476
PolyMarine Distribution (C/O Occas Marine)
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
0033 493463634
0033 493463634
polymarine.bayle@free.fr
Greece
Dometic Marine - United Kingdom, Sales
Company
Location: Poole, Dorset, England
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
44 (0) 870 3306101
44 (0) 870 3306102
sales@dometicmarine.com
www.dometic.com
Athens
Southern California Marine Enterprises
Location: San Diego, CA, USA
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
619-224-2869
619-226-0496
sales@southerncalmarine.com
www.southerncalmarine.com
Netherlands
Eberca
Location: , Netherlands
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
31 1866 21955
31 1866 21818
info@eberca.nl
Heinen & Hopman Eng. Bv.
Aegean Diesel Electric Ltd.
Location: Spakenburg, Netherlands
Location: Athens, Piraeus, Greece
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Territory: Athens
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
0030-1-4222484
0030-1-4175201
info@ade-marine.gr
506-637-7181
506-637-7180
eric@yachtshare.net
Productos Marine Air
Location: La Chorrea, Panama
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
507-232-5406
507-232-7648
masters@sinfo.net
Portugal
PowerCool Lda
Location: Portimao, Portugal
Territory: Portugal
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
351 91 786 63 73
351 282 461 818
info@powercool.org
www.powercool.org
Puerto Rico
Mexico
Location: Le Cannet, Rocheville, France
Territory: Costa Rica, Panama
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Territory: Panama
Egypt
Location: Abasia, Cairo, Eygpt
968-712240
968-712085
Panama
Location: P.O. Box 17-01-0069, Quito, Ecuador
(593) 2-446-996/997
(593) 2-436-625
Phone:
Fax:
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone:
Fax:
Ecuador
816.6365.5010
816.6365.6294
nishi@mail.tomco.co.jp
(31) (0) 33 2992500
(31) (0) 33 299 2599
info@heinenhopman.com
www.heinenhopman.com
Centro Cruisair de Puerto Rico
Location: San Turce, Puerto Rico
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
787-727-3637
787-727-3637
fernan_moreno@hotmail.com
Cool-Tech Air Condition
Location: Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(787) 860-2615
(787) 801-2050
cooltech@isppr.com
www.isppr.net/cooltech
May Day Marine
Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Phone:
Fax:
787-751-0490
787-790-2551
Sun Cool Air Conditioning
Location: Carolina, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Territory: Carolin
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(787) 791-6971
(787) 791-3885
suncool1@coqui.net
L-2205M Revised: 9-30-05
Techno Electronica Naval, S.A.
Qatar
Al-Badi Trading Co.
Location: Doha, Qatar
Phone:
Fax:
974-4320715
974-4442888
Mantech
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
34 (93) 664-49-70
34 (93) 665-76-26
ten@ten-sa.com
www.ten-sa.com
Sri Lanka
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone:
Fax:
(971) 4-3332-542
(971) 4-3330-649
Russia
Standarte
Location: Starbeevo, Moscow region, Russia
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
7 095 575 67 23
7 095 575 39 77
info@standarte.ru
www.standarte.ru
Saudi Arabia
Mantech
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone:
Fax:
(971) 4-3332-542
(971) 4-3330-649
G&M Enterprises
Samaco Marine Division
Sweden
Dometic Marine – Nordic Sales, Sales Company
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
46 35165700
46 35165710
marine.info@dometic.se
www.dometic.com
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
46 35165700
46 35165710
marine.info@dometic.se
www.dometic.com
Thailand
Thai Kolon Co. Ltd.
66-2-745-6468-77 (10 lines)
66-2-745-6152
thkolon@ji-net.com
Nau-T-Kol Marine Refrigeration
Location: Chaguaramas, Trinidad
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
868-634-2174
868-634-2174
nautkol@cablenett.net
www.nautkol.com
Turkey
Singapore
Dometic Marine - United Kingdom, Sales
Company
Tritex Equipment PTE, Ltd.
Location: Poole, Dorset, England
Location: , Singapore
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Territory: Singapore
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(65) 6861-1188
(65) 6861-4263
angilene@tritex.com.sg
Slovenia
Dometic Marine – Italy, Sales Company
Location: Milano, Italy
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
390 26172583
390 266010223
marine.info@dometic.it
www.dometic.com
South Africa
C-Dynamics cc
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
27 21 555 3232
27 21 555 3230
info@c-dynamics.co.za
www.c-dynamics.co.za
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(54) 11-4-580-5556
(54) 11-4-746-1696
rosito@baron.com.ar
www.baron.com.ar
44 (0) 870 3306101
44 (0) 870 3306102
sales@dometicmarine.com
www.dometic.com
Venezuela
Rich Marine Center
Location: Complejo Turistico El Morro, Venezuela, South
America
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(58) 281 2181630
(58) 281-2811630
richmarine@telcel.net.ve
www.tuyate.net
West Indies
Aboard Refrigeration
Location: , Antigua, West Indies
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(268) 460-1690
(419) 858-0544
aboardrf@candw.ag
www.aboardrefrigeration.com
Regis Electronics (St Lucia) LTD.
Location: St. Lucia, West Indies
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
758-452-0205
758-452-0206
stlucia@regiselectronics.com
Yemen
Mantech
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone:
Fax:
(971) 4-3332-542
(971) 4-3330-649
Egemar Muhendiscik Ltd.
Location: Tuzla, Istanbul, Turkey
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
90 216 494 2168
90 216 494 2218
sales@egemar.com.tr
www.egemar.com.tr
U.S. Virgin Islands
Reefco, Inc.
Location: , St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
(340) 776-0038
(340) 776-0038
denny@reefco.net
www.reefco.net
Ukraine
Standarte
Location: Starbeevo, Moscow region, Russia
Spain
Acastimar
Location: Tarragona, Spain
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Baron SRL
Location: Halmstad, Sweden
Trinidad & Tobago
Location: Halmstad, Sweden
44 (0) 870 3306101
44 (0) 870 3306102
sales@dometicmarine.com
www.dometic.com
Location: San Fernando, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Phone:
Fax:
Dometic Marine – Nordic Sales, Sales Company
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Uruguay
94 11 2691966
94 11 2691751
gandM@sltnet.lk
Territory: Saudi Arabia
Scandinavia
Location: Poole, Dorset, England
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(966) 2-699-2300
(966) 2-699-1024
Dometic Marine - United Kingdom, Sales
Company
Location: Borella-Colombo 8, Sri Lanka
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Location: Alnahdah dis Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
United Kingdom
349-77-362118
349-77-362687
acastimar@acastimar.com
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
7 095 575 67 23
7 095 575 39 77
info@standarte.ru
www.standarte.ru
United Arab Emirates
Dometic Marine – France, Sales Company
Mantech
Location: Plailly, France
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web:
Phone:
Fax:
Cell: 0033 (0)680 415 543
0033 (0)344 633 518
marine.sales@dometic.fr
www.dometic.com
(971) 4-3332-542
(971) 4-3330-649
L-2205M Revised: 9-30-05
Dometic Environmental Corporation
2000 N. Andrews Ave. Ext. • Pompano Beach, FL 33069-1497 USA
Phone: 954-973-2477 • Facsimile: 954-979-4414 • Service Fax: 954-973-8795
For Sales and Service Calls within Europe and the Middle East, please contact +44 (0) 870 330 6101
Website: www.marineair.com • Email: sales@marineair.com
L-2230
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