RBC-AMS54E-ES RBC-AMS54E-EN

RBC-AMS54E-ES RBC-AMS54E-EN
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Owner’s Manual
Wired Remote Controller
Model name:
RBC-AMS54E-ES
RBC-AMS54E-EN
• Read this manual before using the RBCAMS54E-ES, RBC-AMS54E-EN remote
controller.
• Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the
indoor unit for any instructions other than
operations of the remote controller.
English
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Contents
1 Precautions for Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2 Before Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
3 Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
4 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Running operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Changing the fan speed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Changing the temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Monitor screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Menu operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
5 Menu items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
1.Wind Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
2.Individual louver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3.Louver setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.Off reminder timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
5.Schedule timer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
6.Night operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
7.Filter sign reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
9.Energy saving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
10.Initial setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
11.Ventilation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
12.Soft cooling setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
14.Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
7 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
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1
Precautions for Safety
• Read these “Precautions for Safety” carefully before using.
• The precautions described below include important items regarding safety. Observe them without fail.
Understand the following details (indications and symbols) before reading the body text, and follow the
instructions.
• Keep this Manual at accessible place for future reference.
Indication
Meaning of Indication
WARNING
Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to adhere to the directions in the warning could result in
serious bodily harm (*1) or loss of life if the product is handled improperly.
CAUTION
Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to adhere to the directions in the caution could result in
minor bodily injury (*2) or damage (*3) to property if the product is handled improperly.
*1: Serious bodily harm indicates loss of eyesight, injury, burns, electric shock, bone fracture, poisoning, and other
injuries which leave aftereffect and require hospitalization or long-term treatment as an outpatient.
*2: Bodily injury indicates injury, burns, electric shock, and other injuries which do not require hospitalization or longterm treatment as an outpatient.
*3: Damage to property indicates damage extending to buildings, household effects, domestic livestock, and pets.
WARNING
Installation
• Do not attempt to install the air conditioner yourself.
Ask your dealer or a contractor with specialized experience to install the air conditioner. Electric shocks and / or a fire may
result if you attempt to install the air conditioner yourself and the air conditioner ends up not being installed perfectly.
• Use only with the authorized air conditioner units.
Be absolutely sure to use only the authorized air conditioner units designated by the manufacturer.
Also, ask a contractor with specialized experience to install them. Electric shocks and / or a fire may result if you attempt to
install the parts yourself and the parts end up not being installed perfectly.
Operation
• Do not operate the buttons with wet hands.
Failure to heed this warning may result in electric shocks and / or trouble.
• Do not get the control unit wet.
Take steps to avoid getting the control unit wet. Failure to heed this warning may result in electric shocks, a fire and
/ or trouble.
• If trouble (such as the smell of burning) has occurred, stop operation and turn off the main power switch.
Allowing operation to continue while the trouble has not been remedied may cause electric shocks, a fire and / or
trouble. Consult your dealer.
Relocation
• Do not undertake any repair work yourself.
Under no circumstances must you attempt to do any repair work yourself.
Instead, consult your dealer or a contractor with specialized experience. Electric shocks and / or a fire may result if you
attempt to do repair work yourself and this work ends up not being carried out perfectly.
• Consult your dealer when the control unit is to be relocated and re-installed.
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CAUTION
Installation
• Do not install the remote controller unit where there are high levels of moisture, oils, grease or vibration.
Failure to heed this caution may cause trouble.
• Do not install the remote controller unit direct sunlight or near a heat source.
Failure to heed this caution may cause malfunctioning.
• Do not install the remote controller unit where there are sources of electro-magnetic noise.
Failure to heed this caution may cause unintended operation.
Operation
• Do not drop the product or subject it to strong impact.
Failure to heed this caution may cause malfunctioning.
2
Before Use
Operate the remote controller according to the following procedure when it is used for the first time or when the
settings are changed. Pushing the [
ON/OFF] button starts running the air conditioning unit with the settings
made on the remote controller from the next time.
Preparation
Turn on the circuit breaker.
• “ Setting” appears on the display of the remote controller when the power is turned on.
* When the power is turned on, it takes about 5 minutes before the remote controller becomes operable. This is not
a malfunction.
• For initial settings, refer to “10. Initial setting” on page 34.
NOTE
• Do not turn off the circuit breaker during the season using the air conditioning unit.
• Turn on the circuit breaker 12 hours or more before starting running the air conditioning unit when the unit has not
been used for an extended period of time.
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Part Names and Functions
Room A
12:00
24
Cool
Mode
Fan Speed
1
2
The button LED lights while the air
conditioning unit is running.
8
3
Model name label
1
2
3
4
6
7
Temperature sensor
4,5
[
MONITOR] button
Displays the monitoring screen.
(page 9)
[
MENU] button
Displays the menu screen.
(page 10)
[
CANCEL] button
Functions as indicated on the screen, such as
returning to the previous menu screen.
(page 10)
[
∧ ] button
During normal operation: adjusts the temperature.
On the menu screen: selects a menu item.
(page 8)
5
6
7
8
[
∨ ] button
During normal operation: adjusts the temperature.
On the menu screen: selects a menu item.
(page 8)
[ F1] button
Varies its function according to the setting screen.
(page 7)
[ F2] button
Varies its function according to the setting screen.
(page 7)
[
ON/OFF] button
(page 7)
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Switching between the normal display and detailed display
Push and hold the [
CANCEL] button and [
MONITOR] button at the same time for more than 4 seconds
to switch the display mode.
The normal display mode is selected as a factory default setting.
Normal display mode (factory default)
(*1)
12:00
28
• Displayed when performing the power saving operation of the air
conditioner.
Soft cooling icon
• Shows the air conditioner is performing the soft cooling operation.
Saving icon
Cool
Mode
Energy saving icon
Fan Speed
• Displayed when performing operation by suppressing excessive heating
or excessive cooling through automatic correction of the temperature set
point.
Detailed display mode
(*1)
Room A
12:00
24
Cool
Mode
Fan Speed
Icons appear on the screen when the detailed display mode is selected.
*1 • The “ Preparing to heat” icon appears when the heating operation
starts or when defrosting operation.
The indoor fan stops or the operation becomes the blowing operation
when it is displayed.
• It may be displayed depending on the model when “ Preparing to
operate” is displayed.
▼ Icon list
Shows the Energy saving operation is
activated.
(page 28)
Shows a timer function is activated.
(page 19, 21)
Shows the remote controller sensor is
activated. (*2)
Shows the Louver lock is activated.
(page 18)
Shows the Night operation is activated.
(page 25)
Shows the setting of the louver.
(page 13, 14)
Shows the central control device prohibits the
use of the remote controller (page 42)
Shows the saving operation is activated.
(page 33)
!
Shows the filter needs to be cleaned.
(page 26, 43)
Shows soft cooling is activated.
(page 40)
Shows operation switching control is in
progress.
*2 Normally the temperature sensor of the indoor unit senses the temperature. The temperature around the remote control can
also be sensed. For details, contact the dealer where you purchased the air conditioner. * Do not use the function when the
air conditioner is controlled in a group.
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▼ Ventilation icon list
• Ventilation icons appear on the display only when a ventilation unit is connected.
• Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the Air to Air Heat Exchanger for details about the ventilation icons.
Automatic mode
24-hour ventilation mode
Bypass mode
Nighttime heat purge mode
Total heat exchange mode
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Operation
 Running operation
* Some operation modes are not available depending on the type of indoor unit.
Room A
12:00
24
1
2
Cool
Mode
Fan Speed
Push the [
running.
Mode
Push the “
Mode” [ F1] button
to select the operation mode.
The operation mode changes as follows each
time the button is pushed.
Auto
3
ON/OFF] button to start
Heat
Push the [
running.
Dry
Cool
Fan
ON/OFF] button to stop
 Changing the fan speed
* The available fan speeds vary depending on the indoor unit connected.
1
Push the “ Fan speed Fan speed” [ F2]
button to select the fan speed.
The fan speed changes as follows each time the
button is pushed.
Auto
High
Med
Low
When the remote controller is used in
combination with an indoor unit that supports 5
speeds, each push of the “ Fan speed
Fan
speed” [ F2] button changes the fan speed
display.
Auto
Low
High
Low+
Med+
Med
“
” appears on the display when the
connected indoor unit is not equipped with the
fan speed.
“
” is not available when “Fan” is selected as
the operation mode.
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 Changing the temperature
1
Push the [
∧] / [
the temperature.
∨] button to adjust
Push the [
∧] button to raise the
∨] button
temperature setting, push the [
to lower it.
• Refer to “Set temp. range limit” for the
temperature range available. (page 31)
• The temperature cannot be adjusted when
“Fan” is selected as the operation mode.
▼ When dual automatic mode
In dual set point setting, the temperature set point of individual cooling and heating can be set to adjust the indoor
temperature.
Thermo.OFF for temperature range between the temperature set points for cooling and heating.
If you wish to use the dual automatic mode, ask your dealer to set the setting.
Room A
24
20
12:00
1
2
Auto
Mode
Fan Speed
Room A
Cool
Heat
Return
Cool
28
22
Fix
Heat
Room A
Cool
Heat
Return
Cool
12:00
28
22
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to switch
to the display shown on the left.
To set the cooling temperature set point,
push [Cool] and adjust the setting with
∧] / [
∨].
[
A box will surround [ Cool] and
[Temperature set point]. To set the heating
temperature set point, push [Heat] and
adjust the setting with [
∧] / [
∨].
A box will surround [ Heat] and
[Temperature set point].
 Push [
MENU] to confirm the settings and
return to the normal display.
Push [
CANCEL] to cancel the settings and
return to the normal display.
12:00
Fix
Heat
NOTE
When connecting to an air conditioning control system which does not support dual set point
• The temperature set point, a value half the heating temperature and Cooling temperature set point will be displayed.
• When temperature setting has been changed by the unsupported controller, the cooling temperature set point and
heating temperature set point displayed on the dual set point screen will be set automatically.
• For details, contact the dealer where you purchased the air conditioner.
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 Monitor screen
Check the current usage status.
Room A
12:00
24
1
2
Push [
MONITOR] button.
The monitor screen appears.
Push [
CANCEL] button to return.
Cool
Mode
Fan Speed
Monitor
(1) Set temp.
(2) Indoor temp.
(3) Outdoor temp.
(4) Filter remaining hour
(5) Total running hour
24°C
24°C
35°C
2500
10480
Return
(1) Displays the set temperature.
(2) Displays the temperature measured by the indoor
temperature sensor of the indoor unit.
If the sensor is set to that of the remote controller,
the temperature measured by the remote controller
sensor is displayed.
(3) Displays the temperature measured by the TO
ambient air sensor within the outdoor unit.
(4) Displays the remaining time until the filter sign lights
up.
(5) Displays the accumulated operating time.
NOTE
Total running hour
• The operating time is recorded on the remote controller.
• The time is not recorded during self clean operation or fan operation.
Temperature around the outdoor unit
• Displays the temperature around the vent of the outdoor unit.
• The displayed temperature may differ from the actual outdoor temperature.
Others
• The Header status appears during group connection.
• The screen returns to the previous display if no operation is performed for 60 seconds.
Activating the key lock function
Room A
Mode
12:00
Fan Speed
• Push and hold the [
CANCEL] button for more
than 4 seconds to activate the key lock function.
Push and hold the [
CANCEL] button for more
than 4 seconds again to release the key lock.
• “ ” appears on the screen when the button set to be
locked is pushed while the key lock function is
activated.
• Select the buttons to be locked from “Key lock” in
“10. Initial setting" on the menu screen. (page 36)
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Self clean operation (only for models equipped with the function)
Room A
12:00
• The self clean operation is the function to dry inside
the air conditioner after the “Auto” (cooling), “Cool”,
or “Dry” operation so that the inside of air conditioner
is kept clean.
• The self clean operation time differs depending on
the time of the “Auto” (cooling), “Cool”, or “Dry”
operation.
Time of the “Auto” (cooling),
“Cool”, or “Dry” operation
self clean operation
time
Less than 10 minutes
The self clean
operation is not
performed.
Between 10 minutes and 1
hour
1 hour*
1 hour or more
2 hours*
* These are approximate times. They differ depending on
the type of indoor unit.
• Push the [
ON/OFF] button twice to stop the
self clean operation forcibly.
• “ Self clean” appears on the screen while the self
clean operation is in progress.
The LED of the [
ON/OFF] button turns off.
• Refer also to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the
indoor unit about the self clean operation.
 Menu operation
* Refer to the next pages for details about the menu screen.
1
2
Menu(1/3)
1.Wind direction
2.Individual louver
3.Louver setting
4.Off reminder timer
5.Schedule timer
Return
Set
3
4
Push the [
MENU] button.
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
an item.
The selected item is highlighted.
Set
Push the “
Set” [
The setting screen appears.
F2] button.
(To undo)
Push the [
CANCEL] button to return.
The screen returns to the previous screen.
* The menu screen returns to the normal /
detailed display if no operation is performed
for 60 seconds.
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Menu items
MENU
1. Wind direction
2.Individual louver
3.Louver setting
Swing type
Louver lock
4.Off reminder timer
Off reminder timer
Timer setting
5.Schedule timer
Schedule timer
Condition setting
Holiday setting
6.Night operation
7.Filter sign reset
8.Auto grille*
9.Energy saving
Energy saving operation
Set temp. range limit
Return back
Saving operation
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10. Initial setting
Clock
Name of room
Screen contrast
Back light
Key lock
Header/Follower
Language
Press & hold 4sec.
11. Ventilation
ON/OFF
Fan speed
Mode
24H ventilation off
12.Soft Cooling
13. Occupancy sensor*
14.Information
Model information
Service information
NOTE
* “8.Auto grille” and “13.Occupancy sensor” cannot be set.
“ No function” appears when it is selected.
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1. Wind Direction
 Wind direction
* Set the wind direction.
CAUTION
Refer to the instructions (for the wind direction adjustment) in the Owner’s Manual supplied with the indoor unit before
setting.
Before setting
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
“1. Wind direction” on the menu screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
the wind direction.
Wind direction
Return
Louver
Swing ON
(1)
(2)
Operation mode
3
(3)
∨ ] button to select
(4)
(5)
Available directions
Heat, Fan,
Auto (heating)
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)
Cool, Dry,
Auto (cooling)
(1)(2)(3)
Push the [
CANCEL] button to return.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
 Turning on/off the louver swing
To swing the louver
1
Wind direction
Return
Louver
Swing OFF
*
2
* When the louver is stopped,
Swing ON
“
Swing ON” is displayed.
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Push the “ Swing ON
Swing ON” [ F2]
button on the “Wind direction” screen.
Pushing the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button on the
“Wind direction” screen while the louver swing
is on stops swinging and sets the wind direction
to (1).
Push the [
CANCEL] button.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
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To stop the louver swing
1
Wind direction
Return
Louver
Swing ON
*
* When the louver is swinging,
Swing OFF
“
Swing OFF” is displayed.
Push the “ Swing OFF Swing OFF” [ F2]
button on the “Wind direction” screen.
Push the “ Swing OFF Swing OFF” [ F2]
button to stop swinging. The louver stops in the
position where the button is pushed.
• The louver does not stop in the position (4) or
(5) when the operation mode is “Cool” or “Dry”.
The louver stops in the position (3) even if the
button is pushed when the louver is in the
position (4) or (5)
Display when the louver swing is stopped
Fan, Heat
Cool, Dry
∧] / [
∨ ] while the display
• Pushing [
when the louver swing is stopped appears on
the screen sets the louver in the position (1).
2
Push the [
CANCEL] button.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
NOTE
• “No function” appears on the display for the models not equipped with the Wind direction setting.
• Refer to “14. Information  Group control”. (page 42)
• “ ” appears on the display when the Louver lock function is used. (page 18)
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2. Individual louver
 Individual louver
* For 4-way cassette types, the wind direction and swing operation of each louver can be set individually.
1
3
Individual louver
4
2
2
1
Return
Louver No.
Louver
Swing ON
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
“2.Individual louver” on the menu screen,
Set
push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
Push the “ Louver No. Louver No.” [ F1]
button to select the louver to set.
The display changes as follows each time the
button is pushed.
Louver 1
Louver 2
Louver 3
Louver 4
All
Electrical control
box
Refrigerant pipe
Drain pipe
3
4
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Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
the wind direction.
Refer to “Wind direction” about how to set the
wind direction. (page 13)
Push the [
CANCEL] button.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
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 Turning on/off the louver swing
To swing the louver
1
Individual louver
3
4
2
2
1
Return
Louver No.
Louver
Swing OFF
Push the “ Swing ON
Swing ON” [ F2]
button on the “Individual louver” screen.
Push the [
CANCEL] button.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
*
* When the louver is stopped,
Swing ON
“
Swing ON” is displayed.
To stop the louver swing
1
Individual louver
3
4
2
2
1
Return
Louver No.
Louver
Swing ON
Push the “ Swing OFF Swing OFF” [ F2]
button on the “Individual louver” screen.
Push the [
CANCEL] button.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
*
* When the louver is swinging,
Swing OFF
“
Swing OFF” is displayed.
NOTE
•
•
•
•
“No function” appears on the display for the models not equipped with the Individual louver setting.
Pushing [
∧] / [
∨ ] while the louver is swinging stops swinging and sets the louver in the position (1).
Refer to “14. Information  Group control”. (page 42)
“ ” appears on the display when the Louver lock function is used. Individual louver setting is not available for the
louver set to be locked. (page 18)
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3. Louver setting
 Swing type
* Select the louver swing type from the standard swing, dual swing or cyclic swing.
Carry out the setting operation while the indoor unit is stopped. (Turn off the air conditioning unit before starting the
setting operation.)
Before setting
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
“3.Louver setting” on the menu screen, then
Set
push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
Set
“1.Swing type”, then push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
3
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button on the
“Swing type” screen to select the swing
type.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the
indoor unit about the swing type.
Louver setting
1.Swing type
2.Louver lock
Return
Set
4
Swing type
Standard
Dual
Cycle
Return
Push the [
MENU] button.
“ Setting” appears on the display.
The unit selection screen appears when the
group control is used. Push the [
CANCEL]
button on the unit selection screen to finish the
setting operation. “ Setting” appears on the
display.
Fix
NOTE
• “No function” appears on the display for the models not equipped with the Swing type setting.
• Push the [
CANCEL] button to stop the setting procedure. No setting has been made and the screen returns to
“Louver setting”.
• Refer to “14. Information  Group control”. (page 42)
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 Louver lock
* The direction of the louver can be locked individually.
Carry out the setting operation while the indoor unit is stopped. (Turn off the air conditioning unit before starting the
setting operation.)
Before setting
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
“3.Louver setting” on the menu screen, then
Set
push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
Set
“2.Louver lock”, then push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
Louver setting
1.Swing type
2.Louver lock
Return
Set
Louver lock
3
3
4
2
Push the “ Louver No. Louver No.” [ F1]
button to select the louver to set.
The display changes as follows each time the
button is pushed.
1
Return
Fix
Louver 1
Louver No.
Louver 2
Louver 3
Louver 4
All
Electrical control
box
Louver lock
3
4
Refrigerant pipe
2
1
Return
Fix
Drain pipe
Louver No.
4
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
the louver (wind) direction.
Push the [
∧] button to move the louver
∨ ] button to move it
upward. Push the [
downward.
(1)
5
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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Not
locked
Push the [
MENU] button.
“ Setting” appears on the display.
The unit selection screen appears when the
group control is used. Push the [
CANCEL]
button on the unit selection screen to finish the
setting operation. “ Setting” appears on the
display.
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NOTE
• “No function” appears on the display for the models not equipped with the Louver lock setting.
• Push the [
CANCEL] button to stop the setting procedure. No setting has been made and the screen returns to
“Louver setting”.
• “ ” appears on the display when the Louver lock function is used.
• Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button repeatedly to select the “Not locked” setting as the louver direction to release
the lock.
• Condensation may occur if the louver is locked in the position (4) or (5) while cooling.
• Refer to “14. Information  Group control”. (page 42)
4. Off reminder timer
 Off reminder timer
Before setting
1
Off reminder timer
1.Off reminder timer
ON / OFF
2.Timer setting
Set OFF
90 min.
Return
Fix
Push the [
∧] / [
∨ ] button to select
“4.Off reminder timer” on the menu screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
Off reminder timer
Set the length of time until the air conditioner stops automatically.
Off reminder timer
1.Off reminder timer
ON / OFF
2.Timer setting
Set OFF
90 min.
Return
Fix
Off reminder timer
1.Off reminder timer
ON / OFF
2.Timer setting
Set OFF
90 min.
Return
Fix
+
1
2
3
4
5
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Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“1. Off reminder timer”.
Push the “
← ” [
Push the “
→” [
turn off the Off reminder timer.
Push the [
∧] / [
“2. Timer setting”.
F1] button.
F2] button to
∨] button to select
+
–
Push the “
+” [ F1] / “
-”
[ F2] button to set the time.
The time can be set at 10 minutes intervals.
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
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NOTE
• The air conditioner stops running after the specified time has elapsed.
Elapsed time of the Off reminder timer
Running
Start
Stop
Off reminder timer
No remaining time
• “ ” appears on the detailed display when the Off reminder timer is used.
• The Off reminder timer does not work in the following cases:
When the Off reminder timer is deactivated
When an error has occurred
While the test operation is in progress
While setting the functions
When the central control is used (when the run and stop operation is prohibited)
• The Off reminder timer cannot be set on the Follower remote controller when the dual remote controller system is
used.
• The time of Off reminder timer can be set within the range from 30 minutes to 240 minutes.
• Push the [
CANCEL] button to stop the setting procedure. No setting has been made and the screen returns to
the menu screen.
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5. Schedule timer
* Up to 8 different running patterns per day can be programmed with the schedule timer.
Up to 3 patterns of settings that differ per day can be set.
Days of the week when the schedule timer is not used can also be set in “Holiday setting”.
1
Schedule timer
1.Schedule timer
ON / OFF
2.Condition setting
1 / 2/ 3
3.Holiday setting
Return
Fix
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“5.Schedule timer” on the menu screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2.Condition setting
Set the running condition of each day.
3. Holiday setting
Set the day when the schedule timer is not
used.
2
Schedule timer
1.Schedule timer
ON / OFF
2.Condition setting
1 / 2/ 3
3.Holiday setting
Return
Fix
3
Push the [
∧] / [
“1. Schedule timer”.
∨] button to select
Push the “
← ” [
Push the “
→” [
turn off the Schedule timer.
F1] button.
F2] button to
Up to 8 different settings for the run and stop operation and the temperature can be
programmed.
Timer
2
Timer
1
9:00
Start with 26°C
4
Timer
5
3
22
9:00
12:00
15:00
NOTE
• “ ” appears on the detailed display when the Schedule timer is used.
• The Schedule timer does not work in the following cases:
When the Schedule is deactivated
Days of the week when the Schedule timer is set not to work
When the clock display is blinking (the clock has not been adjusted)
When an error has occurred
While the test operation is in progress
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18:00
Change to 25°C
23:00
Operation off.
6
Dinner time
23
Schedule operation
24
8
Timer
Lunch time
25
Schedule operation
Before business hours
Schedule timer
can solve the
problem.
Timer
17:00
Change to 26°C
12:00
Change to 25°C
27
26
21:00
Change to 27°C
Timer
Timer
Temperature setting
(°C)
7
14:00
Change to 27°C
10:00
Change to 27°C
Schedule operation
Timer
It is troublesome to adjust
the temperature setting
for each period of time.
Are there any solutions
for it?
18:00
21:00
23:00
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
While setting the functions
When the central control is used (when the run and stop operation is prohibited)
The Schedule timer cannot be set on the Follower remote controller when the dual remote controller system is used.
Adjust the clock before setting the Schedule timer. (page 34)
The time can be adjusted by the minute.
The temperature can be set within the range from 18°C to 29°C. (The limited temperature range is applied if the Set
temp. range limit function is activated.)
The operation mode for the Schedule timer is the mode selected last time when the air conditioning unit was used.
When dual automatic mode is used, “--”, “ON”, “OFF”, and “Auto” can be selected for the operation mode.
If dual automatic mode is selected in the schedule timer settings, select “Auto”.
If “ON” is selected and operation is started in automatic operation mode, the cooling temperature set point and
heating temperature set point will be set automatically.
The operation mode can be selected. For details, refer to “6. Setting timer operation mode” of “Field setting menu” in
the Installation Manual.
 Condition setting
* Up to 8 different running patterns per day can be programmed.
1
Schedule timer
1.Schedule timer
ON / OFF
2.Condition setting
1 / 2/ 3
3.Holiday setting
Return
Fix
2
Schedule timer1 (1/3)
Day : Monday
1. -2. -3. -4. -Return
Day
(1)
--:---:---:---:-Set
--°C
--°C
--°C
--°C
3
Next
Schedule timer1 (1/3)
Day
1.
2.
3.
4.
: Monday
---:----:----:----:-Return
Fix
--°C
--°C
--°C
--°C
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“2. Condition setting” on the “Schedule
timer” screen.
Push the“
←” [ F1]/
→” [
F2] button to select
“
MENU]
one of ○1/2/3, then push the [
button.
Day
Push the “
Day” [ F1] button to
confirm the settings for each day.
Next
Next” [ F2] to confirm
Push the “
the current settings. 8 different settings
appears.
CANCEL] button to return to the
Push the [
“Schedule timer” screen.
Push the [
MENU] button.
4
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
the day to set, then push the “
↓”
[ F1] button.
Push the [
CANCEL] button to switch to the
“Unconfirmed check” screen.
5
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“--”, “ON”, “OFF”, “Auto*”.
Select “ON” to change the operation start time
and the set temperature settings.
Select “OFF” to change the operation stop time
setting.
“--“ indicates that the item has not been set.
Reset
6
7
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Push “
→” [ F2] to select time
or temperature.
When “--“ is displayed, time or temperature
cannot be selected for that item.
Push the [
∧] / [
time or temperature.
∨] button to set
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(2)
8
Schedule timer1 (3/3)
Day
5.
6.
7.
8.
: Monday
ON
13:00
OFF
17:00
ON
22:05
OFF
23:45
Return
Fix
25°C
--°C
25°C
--°C
9
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the day selection screen
(1).
10Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
the day to set, (for programming the other
days).
Repeat the procedure from step 4 to 9 to
program the running patterns for each day. (2)
Schedule timer
Schedule timer confirm?
11Push the [
Return
Yes
Push the “
↓” [ F1] button to
program the next running pattern.
Up to 8 different running patterns per day can
be programmed.
No
NOTE
• Do not duplicate the same day and time in a single
schedule timer.
MENU] button.
Yes
Push the “
Yes” [ F1] button to
confirm the programmed schedule.
No
Push the “
No” [ F2] button to
return to the Schedule timer setting screen.
12To set Schedule timer2 and Schedule
timer3, repeat steps 2 to 11.
To delete the settings for each day
(3)
1
Schedule timer1 (3/3)
Day
5.
6.
7.
8.
: Monday
ON
13:00
OFF
17:00
ON
22:05
OFF
23:45
Return
Fix
25°C
--°C
25°C
--°C
2
Reset
Schedule timer
Delete the day setting?
Return
Yes
No
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Reset
Push the “
Reset” [
F2] button
on the Schedule timer setting screen.
Yes
Push the “
Yes” [
F1] button.
The schedule of the day selected is deleted.
No
No” [ F2] button to
Push the “
return to the Schedule timer setting screen. (3)
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To copy the settings of the previous day
(4)
1
Schedule timer1 (1/3)
Day
1.
2.
3.
4.
: Tuesday
ON
10 :22
---:----:----:-Return
Fix
23 °C
--°C
--°C
--°C
2
Reset
Push the [
MONITOR] button on the day
selection screen.
Yes
Push the “
Yes” [ F1] button.
The schedule of the previous day is copied.
No
No” [ F2] button to
Push the “
return to the Schedule timer setting screen. (4)
Schedule timer
Copy the previous
day setting?
Return
Yes
No
NOTE
• Push the [
CANCEL] button to stop the setting. No setting has been made and the screen returns to the
“Schedule timer” screen.
• *“Auto” is displayed only when dual automatic mode is selected.
 Holiday setting
* Set the days of the week when the schedule timer is not used.
Schedule timer
1.Schedule timer
ON / OFF
2.Condition setting
1 / 2/ 3
3.Holiday setting
Return
Fix
Set
1
2
3
Holiday setting
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
4
Return
Day
Fix
Set
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“3. Holiday setting” on the “Schedule timer”
screen.
Push the “
Set
Set” [
F2] button.
Day
Push the “
Day” [ F1] button to
Set
select the day, then push the “
Set” [ F2] button to set.
Set
Push the “
Set” [ F2] button so
that “” is displayed on the day when the
Schedule timer is not used.
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Schedule timer”
screen.
NOTE
• Operations other than the Schedule timer, such as operations on the remote controller or using the central control
are available on the days set as “Holiday”.
• Push the [
CANCEL] button to stop the setting procedure. No setting has been made and the screen returns to
the “Schedule timer” screen.
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6. Night operation
(Only for models equipped with the function)
Set the operation time that suppressing the operation sound of the outdoor unit is preferable such as nighttime.
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“6.Night operation” on the menu screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“1.Night operation” on the “Night
operation” screen.
Night operation
1.Night operation
ON/ OFF
22:00
10:00
2.Start time
3.End time
Return
Fix
3
4
Push the “
←” [ F1] /
→” [
F2] button to select
“
“ON” or “OFF”.
Select “ON” when the function is used.
Push the [
MENU] button.
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“2.Start time” or “3.End time” for setting the
Night operation time
To set the Night operation time
1
Night operation
1.Night operation
ON/ OFF
22:00
10:00
2.Start time
3.End time
Return
–
Fix
+
2
3
4
5
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“2.Start time” on the “Night operation”
screen.
Push the “
-” [ F1] / “
–
[ F2] button to set the time.
Push the [
∧] / [
“3.End time”.
+
+”
∨] button to select
Push the “
-” [ F1] / “
–
F2] button to set the time.
[
+
+”
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
NOTE
• The Night operation is not available for multi type air conditioning system. “No function” appears on the display.
• The 24-hour operation of Night operation is performed when the end time is the same as the start time.
• Cooling / heating performance may be reduced a little because the operation priority is put on the quietness for the
Night operation.
• Adjust the clock before setting the Night operation. (page 34)
• “
” appears on the detailed display when the Night operation is activated.
• The Night operation cannot be set on the Follower remote controller in the dual remote controller system. “No
function” is displayed on the screen.
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7. Filter sign reset
“
” (filter sign) appears on the detailed display (not displayed when it is in the normal display mode) to tell the
time for cleaning the filter.
12:00
Room A
24
• Reset the filter sign after cleaning the filter.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the
indoor unit about how to clean the filter.
Cool
Mode
Fan Speed
12:00
Room A
Filter check.
Mode
• “Filter check” is displayed on the screen if you start
running the air conditioner when “
” (filter sign)
appears on the detailed display. Push one of the
operation buttons to erase the message or wait for
more than 5 seconds until the message disappears.
Fan Speed
When the filter sign is displayed on the screen (To reset the filter sign)
Filter sign reset
Remaining hour to clean the filte
r.
Clean the air filter
1
2
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“Filter sign reset” on the menu screen, then
Set
push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
Push the “
Reset
Reset” [
F2] button.
Return
Reset
When the filter sign is not displayed on the screen (To check the remaining time for filter
cleaning)
1
Filter sign reset
Remaining hour
to clean the filter.
456hour
Return
Reset
2
Filter sign reset
Remaining time to clean
filter. Are you sure you
want to reset the time?
Return
Yes
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“Filter sign reset” on the menu screen, then
Set
push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
If you checked only the remaining time until the
CANCEL] button to
filter check, push the [
return to the menu screen.
To reset the filter check remaining time,
Reset
push the “
Reset” [ F2] button,
Yes
then push the “
Yes” [ F1]
button.
No
Push the “
No” [ F2] button to
return to the “Filter sign reset” screen.
Push the [
CANCEL] button to return to the
“Filter sign reset” screen.
No
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NOTE
• “Clean the air filter” or “Filter check”appears on the display when there is no remaining time for filter cleaning.
• “
” (filter sign) appears on the detailed display. The sign is not displayed when the remote controller is in the normal
display mode.
• The remaining time for filter cleaning of the Header air conditioning unit is displayed when 2 or more indoor units are
connected.
• The remaining time for filter cleaning differs depending on the connected indoor unit.
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9. Energy saving
Set for the energy saving operation: Energy saving operation, Set temp. range limit, Return back and Saving
operation.
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“9.Energy saving” on the menu screen, then
Set
push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
the item to set.
Energy saving(1/2)
1.Energy saving operation
<ON>
2.Set temp. range limit
3.Return back
<OFF>
Return
Set
3
Push the “
Item
Set
∨] button to select
Set” [
F2] button.
Function
1. Energy saving operation
Perform the power saving operation of the air conditioner.
2. Set temp. range limit
Set the temperature range limit of the remote controller operation.
3. Return back
Set the function that changes the temperature back to the specified temperature
automatically if the temperature has been changed on the remote controller.
4. Saving operation
Performs operation by suppressing excessive heating or excessive cooling through
automatic correction of the temperature set point.
* “No function” is displayed in the case of a model for which the saving operation cannot
be set.
CAUTION
Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the air conditioner about “Energy saving operation”, “Saving operation”.
 Energy saving operation
Set for the power saving operation of the air conditioner.
Energy saving operation
1.Energy saving operation
ON /
2.Energy saving ratio
3.Energy saving schedule
Return
1
OFF
2
Fix
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“1. Energy saving operation” on the
“Energy saving” screen.
To start the Energy saving operation:
After setting “2. Energy saving ratio” and “3.
Energy saving schedule”, push the
“
←” [ F1] button to select
MENU] button.
“ON”, then push the [
To stop the Energy saving operation:
Push the“
→” [
F2] button to
select “OFF”, then push the [
MENU]
button.
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Energy saving ratio
Carry out the setting operation while the indoor unit is stopped. (Turn off the air conditioning unit before starting the
setting operation.)
Energy saving operation
1.Energy saving operation
ON /
2.Energy saving ratio
3.Energy saving schedule
Return
1
OFF
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“2. Energy saving ratio” on the “Energy
saving operation” screen, then push the
Set
“
Set” [ F2] button.
Fix
Set
Energy saving ratio
Energy saving ratio
75%
Return
%+
2
Fix
%–
3
%+
Push the “
%+” [ F1] /
%–
“
%-” [ F2] button to set the
value.
The Energy saving ratio can be set within the
range from 50% to 100% by 1 %. The lower the
value is set, the higher the power saving effect
becomes.
Push the [
MENU] button.
“ Setting” appears on the screen, then the
screen returns to the “Energy saving operation”
screen.
NOTE
• Cooling / heating performance may be reduced a little because its power is saved during the Energy saving operation.
• “
” appears on the display when the Energy saving operation is activated.
• The Energy saving operation cannot be set on the Follower remote controller when the dual remote controller system
is used.
• Adjust the clock before setting the Energy saving schedule operation. (page 34)
• The remote controller may not be used for setting the Energy saving operation depending on the settings of the
central control remote controller or the outdoor unit.
• The Energy saving schedule operation is not available when the clock display is blinking (the clock has not been
adjusted).
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Energy saving schedule
Energy saving operation
1.Energy saving operation
ON /
2.Energy saving ratio
3.Energy saving schedule
Return
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“3. Energy saving schedule” on the “Energy
saving operation” screen, then push the
Set
“
Set” [ F2] button.
The “Clock” setting screen appears if the clock
has not been adjusted. (page 34)
2
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to set the
time and energy saving ratio.
Push the “
←” [ F1] /
→” [ F2] button to set the
“
value.
OFF
Fix
Set
Energy saving schedule
1.
2.
3.
4.
--:---:---:---:--
-
--:---:---:---:--
Return
**%
**%
**%
**%
Fix
Energy saving schedule
1.
2.
3.
4.
08:00
12:00
13:00
19:00
-
Return
12:00
13:00
17:00
08:00
80%
50%
80%
50%
Fix
3
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Energy saving
operation” screen.
NOTE
• The time of the schedule setting for the Energy saving operation can be set within the range from 0:00 to 23:50 at 10
minute intervals.
• The save ratio of the schedule setting for the Energy saving operation can be selected only from “random (*1)”, “50%”,
or “0%”.
• Adjust the clock before setting the Energy saving schedule. (page 34)
• The lower save ratio is applied when the different save ratios are set at the same hours on the schedule.
*1: Random is the value set at “Energy saving ratio”.
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 Set temp. range limit
Set the temperature range for each operation mode.
Energy saving(1/2)
1.Energy saving operation
1
<ON>
2.Set temp. range limit
3.Return back
<OFF>
Return
2
Set
Set temp. range limit
Cool
Heat
Dry
Auto
Minimum
18.0°C
18.0°C
18.0°C
18.0°C
Return
- Maximum
- 29.0°C
- 29.0°C
- 29.0°C
- 29.0°C
3
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“2. Set temp. range limit” on the “Energy
Set
saving” screen, then push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
Push the [
temperature.
Push the “
“
value.
∧] / [
→” [
∨] button to set the
←” [ F1] /
F2] button to set the
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Energy saving”
screen.
Fix
When an error occurs during setting
“Error” appears on the display when the [
MENU] button is pushed under either condition:
1) the upper limit value falls below the lower limit
2) the lower limit value exceeds the upper limit
Push the [
CANCEL] button to erase the error message or wait for 10 seconds until the message disappears.
The screen returns to the “Set temp. range limit” screen.
Priority for the Set temp. range limit function
Set the same settings for the Set temp. range limit on each remote controller when the dual remote controller
system is used.
NOTE
The operation at the temperature beyond the temperature range may be performed in the following cases:
1.In case that the different values of temperature are set on each remote controller when the dual remote controller
system is used.
2.In case that the temperature beyond the temperature range is set on the central control remote controller and the
wireless remote controller.
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 Return back
The temperature setting returns back to the specified temperature automatically if the temperature has been
changed on the remote controller. The time and temperature to return can be set.
Energy saving(1/2)
1.Energy saving operation
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“3. Return back” on the “Energy saving”
Set
screen, then push the “
Set” [
F2] button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
“Return back”.
<ON>
2.Set temp. range limit
3.Return back
<OFF>
Return
Set
3
Return back
Return back
ON / OFF
Return time
Return temp.(Cool)
Return temp.(Heat)
Return
60min
28°C
20°C
Return back
ON / OFF
Return time
Return temp.(Cool)
Return temp.(Heat)
Return
Fix
+
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“Return time”, then push the “
+”
+
[
F1] / “
-” [
F2] button to set
–
the time.
The time can be set within the range from 10
minutes to 120 minutes at 10 minute intervals.
5
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“Return temp (Cool)” or “Return temp
(Heat)”, then push the “
+” [
F1] /
+
F2] button to set the
“
-” [
–
temperature.
60min
28°C
20°C
6
–
Push the “
←” [ F1] button
to select “ON”.
Select “OFF” when the function is not used.
4
Fix
Return back
∨] button to select
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Energy saving”
screen.
Return back
Return back
ON / OFF
Return time
Return temp.(Cool)
Return temp.(Heat)
Return
60min
28°C
20°C
Fix
–
+
Return back
Return back
ON / OFF
Return time
Return temp.(Cool)
Return temp.(Heat)
Return
+
60min
28°C
20°C
Fix
–
NOTE
The Return back function cannot be set on the Follower remote controller in the dual remote controller system.
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 Saving operation
Energy saving(2/2)
4.Saving operation
ON / OFF
Return
Fix
1
2
3
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“4. Saving operation” on the “Energy saving
Set
setting” screen, then push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
To set the saving operation, push the
“
←” [ F1] button to select
“ON”.
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Energy saving”
screen.
NOTE
• The saving operation is performed by determining a comfortable state within the room from data such as the average
room temperature, air speed, and outdoor temperature for the past 20 minutes and then automatically correcting the
temperature set point within a range in which there will be no significant variation in the level of comfort.
• The temperature ranges for automatic correction are +1.5°C to -1.0°C when cooling and -1.5°C to +1.0°C when
heating. The temperature set point indication on the remote controller does not change.
• “ ” is displayed on the remote controller display screen during the saving operation.
• The saving operation is performed when Auto (cooling/heating automatic operation), cooling operation, and heating
operation. The saving operation may not be possible depending on the indoor unit that is connected.
• The saving operation cannot be set on the Follower remote controller when a dual remote controller system is used.
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10.Initial setting
Set the initial setting of the remote controller.
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“10. Initial setting” on the menu screen, then
Set
push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
the item to set.
Initial setting(1/2)
1.Clock
2.Name of room
3.Screen contrast
4.Backlight
5.Key lock
Return
Set
3
Push the “
∨] button to select
Set” [
Set
F2] button.
Initial setting items
Item
Function
1. Clock
Settings for the clock (Year, Month, Day, time)
2. Name of room
Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the remote controller.
3. Screen contrast
Contrast adjustment of the LCD
4. Back light
Turning on / off the back light of the LCD
5. Key lock
Prohibiting the button operations
6. Header / Follower
Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the remote controller.
7. Language
Setting for the language displayed on the remote controller.
8. Press & hold 4sec.
Setting for the “press and hold” operation for the [
ON / OFF] key.
 Clock
Set the Year, Month, Day, and time.
Initial setting(1/2)
1.Clock
2.Name of room
3.Screen contrast
4.Backlight
5.Key lock
Return
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“1. Clock” on the “Initial setting” screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
the Year, Month, Day, and time.
–
+
Push the “
-” [ F1] / “
+” [ F2] button to set the value.
Set
Clock
Day
Month
Year
Hour
Minute
Return
–
01
01
2016
00
00
3
Push the [
MENU] button.
Fix
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To adjust the clock
Clock
Day
Month
Year
Hour
Minute
Return
01
01
2016
00
00
Fix
–
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“1. Clock” on the “Initial setting” screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2
Push the [
∧]/[
∨] button to select
the Year, Month, Day, and time.
–
+
Push the “
-” [ F1] / “
+”
[ F2] button to set the value.
+
3
Room A
12:00
24
The clock display appears on the upper right of the
screen.
• The clock display blinks if the clock setting has
been reset due to power failure or other cause.
Cool
Mode
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Initial setting” screen.
Fan Speed
NOTE
The available date range is from January 1st, 2016 to December 31st, 2099.
 Screen contrast
Adjust the contrast of the LCD.
1
Initial setting(1/2)
1.Clock
2.Name of room
3.Screen contrast
4.Backlight
5.Key lock
Return
2
Set
3
Screen contrast
+
–
Return
–
Fix
+
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Push the [
∧]/[
∨] button to select
“3.Screen contrast” on the “Initial setting”
Set
screen, then push the “
Set” [
F2] button.
–
Push the “
-” [ F1] / “
[ F2] button to adjust.
+
+”
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Initial setting” screen.
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 Backlight
Turn on or off the backlight of the LCD.
Initial setting(1/2)
1.Clock
2.Name of room
3.Screen contrast
4.Backlight
5.Key lock
Return
Set
1
Push the [
∧]/[
∨] button to select
“4.Backlight” on the “Initial setting” screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
“ON” or “OFF”.
3
Backlight
ON
OFF
∨] button to select
Push the [
MENU] button.
When “ON” is selected, the back light is turned
on during operating with the remote controller.
When “OFF” is selected, the back light is not
turned on.
NOTE
Return
• The back light of the LCD is turned on as a factory
default.
• The back light is on for a predetermined time after
button operation.
Fix
 Key lock
Select whether to lock / unlock [ON / OFF], [
Initial setting(1/2)
1.Clock
2.Name of room
3.Screen contrast
4.Backlight
5.Key lock
Return
], [MODE](F1) and [FAN SPEED](F2).
1
Push the [
∧]/[
∨] button to select
“5 Key lock” on the “Initial setting” screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2
Push the [
∧]/[
a key to lock / unlock.
Set
Key lock(1/2)
ON/OFF
Lock /
Unlock
Lock /
Unlock
3
Set temp.
Return
4
Fix
Key lock(2/2)
Mode
Lock /
Fan speed
Lock /
Return
Unlock
Unlock
Fix
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∨] button to select
Push the “
← ” [
to select “Lock”, or “
F2] button to select “Unlock”.
F1] button
→” [
Push the [
MENU] button.
When “Lock” is selected, the key cannot be
used during key lock.
When “Unlock” is selected, the key can be used
even during key lock.
All keys are unlocked while “Check” is
displayed.
For the key lock setting, refer to the owner’s
manual. (Refer to “Activating the key lock
function” on page 9.)
The factory default is “Lock”.
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 Language
Select a language for the screen text.
Initial setting(2/2)
6.Header/Follower
7.Language
8.Press & hold 4 sec.
Return
1
Push the [
∧]/[
∨] button to select
“7.Language” on the “Initial setting” screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
the language.
Set
3
These two screens appear for RBC-AMS54E-EN.
Language(1/2)
English
Italian
Greek
Russian
Turkish
Return
Fix
Language(2/2)
Polish
Polski
Return
Fix
These two screens appear for RBC-AMS54E-ES.
Language(1/2)
English
French
German
Spanish
Portuguese
Return
Français
Deutsch
Español
Português
Fix
Language(2/2)
Dutch
Return
Nederlands
Fix
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∨] button to select
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Initial setting” screen.
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 Press & hold 4sec.
Set the “press and hold 4 sec.” operation for the [
Initial setting(2/2)
6.Header/Follower
7.Language
8.Press & hold 4 sec.
Return
Set
ON / OFF] button.
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“8.Press & hold 4sec.” on the “Initial
Set
setting” screen, then push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
“ON” or “OFF”.
3
Press & hold 4sec.
ON
OFF
Return
∨] button to select
Push the [
MENU] button.
When “ON” is selected, the air-conditioner
starts / stops running when the [
ON / OFF]
button is pressed and hold 4 seconds.
When “OFF” is selected, the air-conditioner
starts / stops running when the [
ON / OFF]
button is pressed.
Fix
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11.Ventilation
(Only for models equipped with the function)
 Ventilation
Set for the ventilation operation linked to the air conditioner.
1
Ventilation
1.ON/OFF
2.Fan speed
3.Mode
4.24H ventilation off
Return
<OFF>
<L>
2
Set
3
Item
Select “11. Ventilation” on the menu screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
Push the [
∧] / [
the item to set.
Push the “
Set
∨] button to select
Set” [
F2] button.
Function
1. ON/OFF
The run and stop operation of ventilation
2. Fan speed
Setting of the fan speed
3. Mode
Setting of the ventilation mode
4. 24H ventilation off
Setting of 24H ventilation operation stop time.
Operation
Ventilation
ON
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“1. ON/OFF” on the “Ventilation” screen,
Set
then push the “
Set” [ F2]
button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
“ON” or “OFF”.
OFF
Return
Fix
3
Ventilation
1.ON/OFF
2.Fan speed
3.Mode
4.24H ventilation off
Return
<OFF>
<L>
Set
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∨] button to select
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the “Ventilation setting”
screen.
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NOTE
• “Impossible” appears on the display when no ventilation unit is connected or the individual operation for the ventilation
unit is not activated.
• “2. Fan speed” or “3. Mode”, “4. 24H ventilation off” is available only for the air conditioning system using the Air to
Air Heat Exchanger VN-M*HE series. Refer to the Owner’s Manual supplied with the Air to Air Heat Exchanger for
details.
• “ ” appears on the detailed display during the ventilation operation when the ventilation unit other than the Air to
Air Heat Exchanger VN-M*HE series is used and the individual operation for the ventilation unit is activated.
12.Soft cooling setting
Soft cooling performs operation by limiting the operation range of the louver or suppressing the capacity to prevent
discharge air fall down or excessive cooling.
Soft Cooling
1. Soft Cooling
ON / OFF
Return
Fix
1
2
3
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“12. Soft cooling setting” on the menu
Set
screen, then push the “
Set” [
F2] button.
To set the soft cooling operation, push the
“
←” [ F1] button to select
“ON”.
Push the [
MENU] button.
The screen returns to the menu screen.
NOTE
• The room may not be cooled properly because the Soft cooling operation performs operation by suppressing the
capacity of the air conditioner.
• “ ” is displayed on the display screen during the Soft cooling operation.
• “No function” appears in the case of a model without the Soft cooling operation or a model that cannot perform the
cooling operation.
• Only the function to suppress the capacity operates in the case of a model for which the wind direction cannot be set.
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14.Information
 Model information
Shows the model names and serial numbers.
Information
1.Model information
2.Service information
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“14.Information” on the menu screen, then
Set
push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
2
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“1.Model information”, then push the
Set
“
Set” [ F2] button.
1
Push the [
∧] / [
∨] button to select
“2. Service information” on the
“Information” screen, then push the
Set
“
Set” [ F2] button.
Return
Set
1-1
Model information
Indoor No.
Name
001Z9999
RAV-SM1104UT-E
Outdoor No.
Name
Return
001Z9999
RAV-SM1104AT8-E
 Service information
Check the contact number for service.
Information
1.Model information
2.Service information
Return
Set
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 Group control
The following functions can be set individually for each unit when the group control is used:
“Wind direction”, “Individual louver”, “Swing type”, “Louver lock”
Operate the remote controller according to the procedure below before setting each function.
1
Wind direction
–
1–1
–
1–4
–
1–2
–
1–5
–
1–3
ALL
Return
Unit
2
Set
Select the group-controlled function on the
Set
menu screen, then push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
Unit
Push the “
unit” [ F1] button to
select the unit to set.
The selected unit changes as follows each time
the button is pushed:
1-1
3
4
Wind direction
–
1–1
–
1–4
–
1–2
–
1–5
–
1–3
ALL
Return
Unit
1–1
1-2
ALL
Set
Push the “
Set” [ F2] button.
The setting display for the selected unit
appears.
Push the [
CANCEL] button.
Pushing the [
CANCEL] button returns to
the previous screen.
Pushing the [
CANCEL] button when setting
“Swing type” or “Louver lock” shows “ Setting”
on the screen.
Set
• The number (address) of the selected unit appears
on the upper left of the screen, unless “All” is
selected for the unit selection.
• “All” is not available for some settings.
Wind direction
Return
Louver
Swing ON
 When central control is performed
When an operation button that is a target of the operation lock is pushed while the operation lock is activated by
central control, the following indication is displayed for 5 seconds.
12:00
Mode
Details of operation lock activated by central control
• The start and stop operations are prohibited.
• Changing the operation mode is prohibited.
• Changing the temperature set point is prohibited.
• Changing the fan speed is prohibited.
Fan Speed
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Maintenance
Turn off the power before maintenance.
CAUTION
Do not operate the unit with wet hands.
Doing so may result in electric shocks.
 Daily maintenance
Wipe the remote controller with a dry, soft cloth. Using water to clean the remote controller may result in a
malfunction.
 Cleaning the air filter
12:00
Room A
Clean the air filter when “
” (filter sign) appears
on the detailed display. (page 26)
(“
” is not displayed in the normal display
mode.)
• Clogged air filter reduces the cooling or heating
performance.
24
Cool
Mode
Fan Speed
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7
Troubleshooting
 Confirmation and check
Check code
Code : P10
When an error has occurred in the air conditioner,
the check code and the unit number of the indoor
unit appear on the display of the remote controller.
Unit : 2–2
24
Unit number of the
malfunctioning
indoor unit
* The check code appears only while the unit is
running.
Cool
Mode
Push the [
MONITOR] button or [
CANCEL] button to display the check information
screen.
Fan Speed
While the check information screen appears:
Contact
Contact” [ F1] button to
Push the “
display the contact number for service.
Push the “ Information Information” [ F2] button
to display the model name and serial number of
the unit.
Check
Check
Code:P10
Unit:2–2
Return
Contact
Information
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