8 - 10 On-Off 10 - 12 DC Inverter Installation manual

8 - 10 On-Off 10 - 12 DC Inverter Installation manual
Installation manual
something new in the air
2.0
8 - 10 On-Off
10 - 12 DC Inverter
EN
We would first of all like to thank you for having chosen one of our products.
We are sure you will be happy with it because it represents the state of the art in the technology of
home air conditioning.
By following the suggestions contained in this manual, the product you have purchased will operate
without problems, giving you optimum room temperatures with minimum energy costs.
Innova S.r.l
Compliance
This unit complies with the following European Directives:
• Low voltage 2014/35/EC
• Electro-magnetic compatibility 2014/30/EC
• Use restrictions of hazardous substances in electrical
and electronic equipment 2011/65/EC (RoHS2)
• Waste electrical and electronic equipment 2012/19/
EC (WEEE).
• Energy consumption indication on the labels of energyrelated products 2010/30/EU
Symbols
The pictograms in the next chapter provide the necessary
information for correct, safe use of the machine in a rapid,
unmistakable way.
Editorial pictograms
U User
-
Refers to pages containing instructions or information
for the user.
I
Installer
Refers to pages containing instructions or information
for the installer.
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S Service
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Refers to pages containing instructions or information
for the CUSTOMER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
SERVICE installer.
Safety pictograms
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2
Warning
It indicates actions that require caution and a suitable
preparation.
Prohibition
- Refers to prohibited actions.
General
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General warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2
Fundamental safety rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5
Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Shipping dimensions and weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7
Supplied components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Unit parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2
Choosing the position of the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3
Assembling the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4
Condensation drain predisposition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5
Assembling air ducts and external shutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6
Mounting the appliance on the bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8
High/low installation configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9
Setting cool only or heat only modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10
Brightness regulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Touch-screen display key lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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12
Hotel function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Anomaly diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Periodic Maintenance
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2
Troubleshooting
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3
Technical specifications
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EN
Installation
Troubleshooting
This booklet, code N273026A - Rev. 4 - (02/16) consists
of 20 pages.
3
GENERAL
1.1
General warnings
After unpacking, check that the contents are intact
and that all parts are included. If not, contact the agent
who sold the appliance to you.
The appliance must be installed by an authorised
company.Once the work is done, it must issue a
declaration of conformity to the client in compliance
with current Regulations and with indications on the
instruction manual supplied with the appliance.
These appliances have been designed for
conditioning and/or heating rooms and they must be
destined solely for this purpose compatibly with their
performance characteristics.
The manufacturer refuses any contractual or extracontractual responsibilities for damage caused to
people, animals or things resulting from incorrect
installation, adjustment, maintenance or improper
use.
In the event of water leaks, turn off the main switch
and close the water taps.
Immediately call the Technical Assistance Service
or other qualified personnel and do not intervene
personally on the appliance.
This instruction booklet is an integral part of the
appliance and therefore it must be kept with care
and must ALWAYS accompany the appliance even
when the latter is transferred to another owner or user
or transferred to another system. If it gets damaged
or lost, please request another copy to the local
Technical Assistance Service.
Repairs or maintenance must be performed by
the Technical Assistance Service or by qualified
personnel in accordance with this manual. Do not
modify or intervene on the appliance as this could
create dangerous situations and the manufacturer will
not be responsible for any damage caused.
The appliance is declared to have a degree of
protection IPX0, therefore it cannot be installed
outdoors or in laundry rooms.
A temperature that is too high or too low is harmful to
health and is an unnecessary waste of energy.
Avoid prolonged direct contact with the air flow.
1.2
Fundamental safety rules
The use of products that use of electricity and water
requires the observation of some fundamental safety
rules such as:
The unit can be used by children over the age of
8, and by people with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or with no experience or necessary
knowledge, as long as they remain under surveillance
or after they have received instructions on the safe
use of the unit and have understood the dangers
involved.
Children must not play with the appliance.
The cleaning and maintenance that must be performed
by the user must not be carried out by children without
supervision.
It is forbidden to modify the safety or adjustment
devices or adjust without authorisation and indications
of the manufacturer.
4
Do not leave the room closed for long. Periodically
open the windows to ensure proper ventilation.
It is forbidden to pull out or twist the electric cables
coming out of the unit, even when disconnected from
the mains power supply.
It is forbidden to introduce objects or substances
through the aspiration grills and the air outflow.
It is forbidden to open the access doors to the internal
parts of the appliance without having turned off the
main switch first.
It is forbidden to dispose of, or leave in the reach
of children, the packaging materials which could
become a source of danger.
It is forbidden to climb onto the appliance and/or to
place any type of object on top of it.
GENERAL
U I S
1.3
Description
The air conditioning unit "2.0" is the new solution that
represents a significant step towards reducing the
aesthetic impact of air conditioners. With a depth of just
16 centimetres, "2.0" is the most compact and least bulky
of the category. Its aesthetic impact is therefore minimal,
both inside and out.
Optimised Capacities
The conditioning capacities of "2.0" have been optimised
so as to obtain the right temperature for the best level of
comfort and, therefore, less consumption and less noise.
Thanks to the careful choice of sound insulation materials,
the noise is similar to that of a standard wall split unit and
consumption is drastically contained thanks to the new
direct current fan.
162 millimetre holes
An important choice not only for the design, but also for
a significant installation advantage: easier to find drilling
tools, no need for professional drills, even less aesthetic
encumbrance.
BLDC inverter technology
We have perfected the Inverter technology to offer the
best in terms of acoustic comfort (noise) and performance:
reduction of consumptions, maintenance of the best
temperature level and humidity level in the room.
Thanks to the use of the cutting edge BLDC (brushless
direct current) Inverter regulation, vibrations have been
completely eliminated and acoustic emissions have been
lowered to exceptional levels.
Both ventilation motors are BLDC to reduce consumption
still further and make flow adjustment more precise.
The energy consumption is extremely reduced thanks to
absorption values falling down under 300 W in the case of
1.4
partial load. At the nominal cooling power of 2.35 kW “2.0”
has an EER equal to 3.24 (10 HP) and 3.22 (12 HP) which
allows an energy efficiency ratio of “A+” to be obtained,
this is the cutting edge in the sector of monobloc climate
control systems with fixed installation.
EN
Easy to install
"2.0" can be installed on any perimeter wall either low or
high. Everything needed for installation (template, support
bracket, hole pipes and external grids), excluding the drill,
is included in the box.
Folding external grids
"2.0" is equipped with folding grids activated by inlet and
outlet air.They open when the unit is working and close
when it's turned off. Better indoor comfort, less dust, noise
and pollution, less maintenance and even less outdoor
visibility.
Remote control and touch-screen display
In addition to the remote control, the touch-screen
display on the unit enables the setting of any function.
There's even a "lock" mode to avoid any improper use.
With a simple action on the touch screen display, the
"heating" function can be deactivated: the appliance will
then operate in "cooling" only, without the need for the
condensate discharge pipe. The orientation of the air flaps
can also be adjusted by simply pressing one key.Receipt
and unpacking
Storage
The packing is made of suitable material and carried out
by expert personnel. All units are checked and tested and
are delivered complete and in perfect conditions, however
please perform the following instructions to check the
quality of shipping services:
- upon receipt, check if the box is damaged.If that is the
case, accept the goods with reservations and keep
photographic evidence of any damage found
- unpack and check the contents against the packing
list.
- check that none of the parts have been damaged
during shipment.In case of damage, report it to
the shipping company within 3 days of receipt by
Store the box in a closed environment protected from
atmospheric agents and isolate it from the floor using
planks or pallets.
registered letter with return receipt and attaching
photographic documentation. A copy should also be
sent by fax to the MANUFACTURER. No notice of
damage will be accepted after 3 days from delivery.
Keep the packing at least through the warranty period,
in case you need to ship the air-conditioner to the
service centre for repair. Dispose of the packing
materials in compliance with current regulations on
waste disposal.
Do not turn the carton upside down
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GENERAL
1.5
U I S
Handling
The unit is packed singularly in a cardboard box. Boxes
can either be carried singularly by hand by two operators
or loaded on a cart, for a maximum of three units.
The appliance is unbalanced on the right (compressor
side)
During transportation, the appliance must be kept in
vertical position.
Handling must be performed by qualified personnel,
with specific tools and with equipment suitable for the
weight of the appliance.
1.6
Shipping dimensions and weight
Shipping dimensions and weight
H
L
P
Packaging
M.E.
2.0 8 HP
2.0 10 HP
2.0 10 HP and 12 HP
Weight
Kg
47,6
48
48,5
L
mm
1100
1110
1110
H
mm
660
660
660
P
mm
260
260
260
Dimensions
1.7
Supplied components
The supply comprises of the parts listed in the following
table. Before assembly, please check that they are all at
hand.
A
External grids for air inlet and outlet with springs and
chains (2 pcs)
B
C
D
E
F
Screws and plugs kit (6 pcs)
Bracket for wall mounting
User manual
Remote control
Paper template for holes.
G
H
I
CR2025 3V remote control battery
Wall inlet pipes (2 pcs)
Energy efficiency label
N
O
Installation manual
Counter-flange for internal wall
D
A
C
E
B
G
F
A+
+
A
O
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H
N
GENERAL
U I S
1.8
1
2
3
4
5
6
Unit parts
7
8
9
10
11
12
Air outlet flaps
Touch screen display
Front panel
Outdoor air suction
Outdoor air outlet
Internal air intake grille
Air Filter
Condensation drain pipe
Room air probe
Power supply terminal board
Aesthetic side panel
Anti-lifting bracket
EN
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6
2
1
10
6
11
3
9
7
4
5
8
12
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INSTALLATION
U I S
INSTALLATION
2.1
Installation mode
Before installing the conditioner, it is essential to calculate
the summer thermal loads (and winter ones for the models
with a heat pump) of the room. The more calculations are
exact, the better the product will work. Please refer to current
regulations to carry out calculations. For big installations
please call a study specialised in thermotechnics. Try to
reduce the thermal refrigeration load of the room following
instructions below:
2.2
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Cover large windows exposed to sunlight with curtains
or with external maskings (blinds, porches, reflecting
films, etc.).
The room must remain closed for as long as possible.
Avoid turning on halogen lamps or other high energy
consumption appliances such as small ovens, steam
irons, cooking plates etc.
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-
Choosing the position of the unit
For a better performance of the appliance and to avoid
malfunctions or dangerous situations, the location of the
unit must meet the following requisites:
- Respect the minimum distances indicated in the
picture.
- The wall on which you wish to anchor the unit must be
robust and able to support its weight.
- Leave enough space around the unit to perform
maintenance operations.
- Nothing must obstruct the air flow both in the top
suction part (curtains, plants, furniture) and in the lower
outlet part, as it could cause vibrations which might
prevent the appliance from working correctly
The appliance must be installed against a wall
communicating with the outside.
Check that there are no structures or systems (beams,
pillars, hydraulic pipes, electrical cables etc.) in the part
that must be drilled. Check that nothing is placed in
front of the holes thus obstructing the air flow (plants
and leaves, panelling, shutters, thick grates or grids,
etc.)
The unit shouldn't be installed in a position where the
air flow aims directly at the people nearby;
Do not force the air flap open;
The appliance must not be installed directly above
another electrical appliance (TV, radio, fridge, etc.) or
above a source of heat.
m
m
120 mm
60
The appliance is declared to have a degree of protection
IPX0, therefore it is not suitable for outdoor installation.
m
m
50 mm
60
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INSTALLATION
U I S
2.3
Assembling the unit
For the unit to work, two holes Ø162 must be placed as
indicated on the template;
The maximum length of the holes is 1 m and there
must be no bends. Use the supplied grids or grids
with the same characteristics.
The holes on the wall must be drilled using suitable
equipment that facilitates your work and that does not
cause damage or excessive inconvenience to Your client.
The best tools to make big holes on walls are special drills
(called "core drills") with a high torque and whose speed
can be adjusted according to the diameter of the hole to
make and to the material. In order to avoid excessive dust
and debris in the room, "core drills" can be combined with
suction systems composed of a vacuum connected to
e.g. a suction cup placed next to the perforation tip.
In order to make the holes, proceed as follows:
- Place the drilling template provided against the wall
respecting the minimum distances: from the ceiling,
from the floor and from the side walls, indicated on
the template itself, which can be held in the correct
position by using some tape.
- Mark the centre of each hole with a small drill or a
punch before actual drilling.
- Using the core drill, make two holes for inlet and outlet
air.
The holes must be drilled slightly downwards to
prevent water from entering.
A
B
C
D
E
The majority of the removed material is expelled outwards,
so please be careful that it doesn't hit people or objects. In
order to avoid breaking the outer plaster, be careful while
drilling the final part of the hole and ease the pressure on
the core drill.
Drill the 6 holes for the bracket as indicated on the
template.
The appliance weights more on the right, so make sure to
secure it properly on this side. The holes must have an 8
mm diameter to accommodate the 6 supplied plugs.
A thorough examination of the characteristics and
consistency of the wall must always be carried out to
determine the amount of fixings to be made and to
choose specific plugs in particular conditions. In the
case of installation on a plasterboard or on walls with
low consistency arrange, if necessary on the outside, a
bracket that can support the machine safely.
EN
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for
any underestimates of the structural consistency of
the anchoring arranged by the installer. We therefore
encourage you to pay the utmost attention to this
operation as, if performed badly, it could cause
serious damage to people and objects.
Drill a hole in the position indicated on the template for
those heat-pump appliances without a condensation
drain built in the wall in order to enable the draining of
condensation.
A hole is also indicated on the template to secure the
machine on the wall with an anti-lifting bracket, which
is already on the machine.
Holes for M8 plugs
Electrical connection area
Ø162 mm Holes for air channelling
Ø14 mm Condensation drain
Anti-lifting bracket hole
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INSTALLATION
2.4
U I S
Condensation drain predisposition
For heat pump appliances, a condensation drain pipe
(Ø10 mm, internal, not supplied) must connect the unit to
the pipe on the top part of the appliance.
A solenoid valve will start the flow of the condensation
from the internal collection tray when the maximum level
has been reached. For cooling only appliances, said
pipe must be connected if the appliance is going to be
used with low external temperatures (below 23°C). The
drainage occurs by gravity. For this reason, it is essential
for the line to have at least a 3% minimum slope in every
point. The pipe to be used can be rigid or flexible with a
minimum inner diameter of 10 mm. If the line flows into
a sewer system, it is necessary to add a siphon before
placing the pipe into the main drain. Said siphon must be
placed at least 300 mm under the mouth of the appliance.
The exact position in which to place the pipe mouth is
indicated on the template.
Check that the expelled water does not cause any
damage or problems to people or objects. During
winter, this water may create sheets of ice outside.
When connecting the condensation drain, be careful
not to squeeze the rubber duct.
It is possible to empty the collection tray using the
safety drain at the base of the appliance if necessary.
If the line flows into a container (e.g. a tank), do not
close the container hermetically and avoid immersing
the draining pipe into the water.
The hole for the condensation pipe must always lean
towards the outside.
1
Safety drain to empty tray
Condensation drain duct
2
2
1
1
2
3%
300 mm
2.5
Assembling air ducts and external shutters
Once the holes have been made, place the supplied
plastic sheets inside them.
Roll up the sheet and insert it in the hole, checking that the
A junction line is aiming upwards.
Use a cutter to remove any excess pipe.
To place the external grids, proceed as follows:
- connect the chains to the ends of the springs;
- fold the external shutters;
- insert your arm in the hole to push the shutter outside
while holding the ends of the chains with the other
hand to prevent them from falling down;
- open the shutter inside the hole;
- rotate the shutter to bring the flap in the vertical C
position and check that the closing mechanism works;
- pull the chains by tensioning the springs;
- use a bolt cutter to remove any excess chain.
- anchor the hook of the chain to wall B.
10
Use only the supplied grids or grids with the same
characteristics.
The shutters must be positioned with the flap in
vertical.
The shutters are different. Should be distinguished
from that position on the recovery from the one place
on the delivery, according to the opening direction of
the fins.
INSTALLATION
U I S
Once installation of the grilles is complete check their
opening (towards the inside of the duct for the air inlet
grid "IN" and towards the outside of the duct for the air
outlet grid "OUT"). Remember that the grilles open when
the external air flow is activated, to allow the cooling and
A
B
Junction line
Hook
heating functions to be operated. The conditioner must be
activated for cooling or heating in order to test them.
EN
C
Flap in vertical position
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2.6
Mounting the appliance on the bracket
After checking that the bracket is anchored to the wall and
that all necessary electrical connections and condensation
drain predispositions have been made, you can mount the
conditioner. Lift it by the sides of the bottom base until
the bracket fits on all of the right spots on the appliance.
In order to ease the operation, slightly tilt the appliance
towards you.
Direct electrical connections (disconnecting the power supply
cable) and the anchoring of the condensation drain must be
carried out after having spaced the appliance from the wall
using a wooden wedge or any other similar object.
1
2
Bracket
Bracket anchoring points
Once the work is done, check that there are no openings
on the back of the appliance, especially where the air
ducts are connected. The machine can be secured to the
wall with a dedicated anti-lifting bracket in order to improve
installation safety,
this is located on the rear part of the machine. The drilling
position is reported on the installation template.
3
Anti-lifting bracket
2
1
2
3
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INSTALLATION
2.7
U I S
Electrical connection
The appliance is equipped with a power cord and plug
(Y-type connection, the cord can only be replaced by the
manufacturer, the assistance centre or a qualified installer).
If using a socket near the appliance, insert the plug.
It is possible to carry out the electrical connection using
a cable inside of the wall as indicated in the installation
template (recommended for installations in the upper part
of the wall).
Please check that the power supply is provided with
suitable protections against overloads and/or short-circuits
(using a 10 at delay fuse or other equivalent devices is
recommended).
Before connecting the conditioner check that:
- The power supply voltage and frequency values
comply with the data plate of the appliance.
- The power supply line is provided with a suitable earth
connection and that it is dimensioned for the maximum
absorption of the conditioner (minimum cable section
equal to 1.5 mm2).
- Power is only supplied using a suitable socket through
the supplied plug.
To prevent any risk of electrocution, always disconnect the
main circuit breaker before making electric connections or
performing any maintenance on the units.
To carry out direct connections and substitute the power
cord using the cable in the wall, proceed as follows:
- Remove the upper grill.
- Remove the two plastic side panels, by lifting them
upwards.
- Undo the front panel fixing screws.
- Remove the front panel.
- Disconnect the power cord by unscrewing the 3
screws from the terminal board.
- Connect the wall cable checking that the power supply
line is provided with a suitable earth connection and
that it is dimensioned for the maximum absorption of
the conditioner (minimum cable section equal to 1.5
mm2).
If the supply cable is replaced this has to be done
exclusively by the technical assistance service or by
authorised personnel and in compliance with current
national regulations.
The appliance must be connected to 230V/50 Hz
mains via an omnipolar switch with a contact opening
distance of minimum 3 mm, or using a device
enabling the complete disconnection of the appliance
in overvoltage III category conditions.
CP presence contact input connection
When the CP contact opens (very low voltage, connected
to a free non-live contact) the appliance is put is stand-by
and CP appears on the display.
Using this contact, it is possible to connect an external
device that inhibits the functioning of the appliance
such as: open window contact, on/off remote, infrared
presence sensors, enabling badge, etc.
We recommend using a double insulation cable.
A
B
1
2
3
4
grigio
grey
230V/50 Hz Electrical power supply terminal board
CP presence contact
Upper grill
Plastic side panels
Front panel
Fixing screws
1
A
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giallo-verde / yellow-green
bLu / blue
g r i g i o / grey
marrone / brown
B
g r i g i o / grey
2
3
4
INSTALLATION
U I S
2.8
High/low installation configuration
The unit can be installed either in the lower part (near the
floor) or in the upper part (near the ceiling) of the wall. In
order to optimise air distribution and comfort, the direction
of the air flow can be modified by adjusting the position of
the air flap.
The appliance is supplied ready to be installed in the lower
part of the wall, so air is dispensed upwards.The same
configuration can also be used in the upper part of the wall
in cooling mode, which increases the air flow in the room
(coanda effect).
In this case, purchase the the lower cover aesthetic kit
code GB0737.
EN
This operation must be performed while the appliance
is switched off and disconnected.
Modifications from lower wall to the upper wall position
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-
-
-
A
B
1
2
Open the air outlet flap gently
Remove the flap opening block insert located internally
on the right of the air outlet mouth and place it in the
lower hole.
Remove the upper grill
Remove the two plastic side panels by moving them
up
High installation
Low installation (factory settings)
Block insert
Lower cover (kit code GB0737)
-
-
-
-
3
4
5
6
Unscrew the fixing screws
Remove the front panel
Place the bottom cover and fix it with the supplied
screws (optional kit GB0737)
Refit in the reverse order.
Fixing screws (supplied with the optional kit GB0737)
Upper grill
Plastic side panels
Front panel
A
1
2
B
3
4
1
5
After adjusting the air outlet flap position, it is necessary to
set up the electronic control of the appliance:
- Keep pressed the
button on the display for 5
seconds;
-The dn (lower wall) symbol flashes on the display;
- Press the
key again;
-The uP (upper wall) symbol lights up on the display.
-
6
If no other operations are performed in the following 2
seconds, the new setting is memorised.
For the appliance to work properly, each time the
configuration of the air outlet flap is modified, the
electronic control must be set.
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2.9
U I S
Setting cool only or heat only modes
It is possible to deactivate the heating or the cooling
modes following a simple procedure.
Keep the A key on the touch-screen display pressed for
5 seconds until HC (heating and cooling) appears on the
display.
Press the A key for 1 second for the Co (cooling only) mode.
Press the A key again for Ho (heating only) mode.
Wait for 3 seconds without touching anything to memorise
the setting.
2.10 Brightness regulation
The display brightness sensor can be disabled (leaving the
maximum brightness at all times) by pressing and holding
the night button (
) for 10 seconds. "ds" (disabled) or
"En" (enabled) will appear on the display.
2.11 Touch-screen display key lock
The key lock is activated by keeping the Timer
symbol on
the touch-screen display pressed for three
seconds.
Operating aspects that must not be interpreted as problems
Managing the appliance if the remote control is not available.
To deactivate the lock, keep the Timer symbol pressed for
three seconds once again.
The lock remains active also for the next operations performed
via remote control and in the event of a power failure.
2.12 Hotel function
Press and hold the air exchange key (
) for 10 seconds
to enable the function ("En" displayed); the dehumidification
and Auto functions are disabled (leaving active only
ventilation, heating and cooling) and the settable set range
is reduced from 22 to 28 in cooling mode and from 16 to
24 in heating mode.
2.13 Anomaly diagnosis
If the conditioner blocks because of an alarm (see following
table), please communicate to the assistance centre the
code on the display to facilitate interventions.
Display indications
Cause
E1
Broken room temperature RT probe
E2
Broken evaporative battery IPT probe
E3
Broken outdoor air temperature OT probe
E4
Broken conditioner battery OPT probe
E5
Broken indoor air fan motor
E6
Broken outdoor air fan
E7
Lack of communication with the display
E8
Compressor discharge probe failure (only for DC Inverter models)
Open CP contact
If the presence contact is not closed, the appliance
doesn't start and the CP alarm appears on the display.
Evacuation of condensate water in the event of an emergency
Should any anomaly occur in the condensation water
system, the maximum level float blocks the conditioner
and the OF code appears on the display.
During cooling and dehumidification, electronics switches
the compressor off and keeps the water distribution
system active with the battery - together with the fan to disperse excess water in the container. If the problem
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persists, please contact the assistance service.
During heating, condensations should drain freely through
the specific pipe. In the event of an alarm, check that
the condensation pipe is not bent or obstructed, thus
preventing the water from flowing out.
MAINTENANCE
U I S
Use of the appliance
Objects or structural obstacles (furniture, curtains,
plants, leaves, blinds, etc.) must not obstruct the normal
air flow both from the internal and from the external grids.
such situation, the machine keeps on working but it
does not dispense warm air to the room. This phase
can last 3 up to maximum 10 minutes.
Do not lean against, or worse sit on, the body of the
conditioner, this would damage the appliance.
The appliance must not be installed in rooms where
explosive gases develop or where there are humidity
and temperature conditions that exceed the maximum
levels reported on the installation manual.
Do not move the horizontal air outlet flap manually. Always
use the remote control to perform such operation.
In the event of water leaks, turn off the appliance and
disconnect the electric power supply. Call the nearest
service centre.
EN
Clean the air filter regularly as described in the specific
paragraph.
During heating mode, the conditioner eliminates
periodically any ice formed on the external battery. In
Operations after installation
Before leaving the site it is advisable to collect the
packaging and eliminate all traces of dirt that has deposited
on the unit during assembly using a damp cloth. These
operations, which are not strictly necessary, in any case
allow for a more professional appearance of the installation
in the eyes of the User.
site
-
-
-
it is also a good idea to:
show them the contents of the Manual,
show them how to clean the filter,
explain when and how they should contact Customer
Service.
To avoid unnecessary calls by the User, before leaving the
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U I S
MAINTENANCE
3.1
Periodic Maintenance
The air conditioner you have bought has been designed to
keep maintenance operations to a minimum, in fact, they
only include the following cleaning operations:
External cleaning
Disconnect the unit from the power supply before
each cleaning and maintenance intervention by setting
the main power supply switch to off.
Wait for the components to cool down in order to
avoid any burns.
Pay attention to the sharp edges.
Do not use abrasive sponges or abrasive or corrosive
detergents as you might damage the painted surfaces.
When necessary, clean the external surfaces with a soft
damp cloth.
Cleaning the filters
The air conditioner you have bought has been designed to
keep maintenance operations to a minimum, in fact, they
only include the following cleaning operations:
Clean the air filter after a period of continuous use and
according to the concentration of impurities in the air, or
when you wish to start-up the appliance after a period of
inactivity.
N.B.: before performing any operation, take care with the
hot and/or sharp surfaces of the metal.
The filter is placed in the top part of the appliance.
To extract the filter:
- open the grille and carry out operations 1, 2, 3, then
remove it from its housing;
- extract the filter by lifting it;
- remove the dust from the filter with a vacuum cleaner
or by washing it in running water without using
detergents or solvents and leave to dry;
- put the filters back on top of the batteries, taking care
to position them correctly;
- put the grid back.
After filter cleaning check if the panel is properly
mounted.
It is forbidden to use the device without its mesh filter.
1
3
2
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U I S
3.2
Troubleshooting
In case of malfunctioning, please refer to the following table. If,
after performing the suggested checks, the problem is not solved,
Anomaly
please contact the authorised technical assistance.
EN
Possible causes
The appliance
doesn't switch
on
The appliance
does not cool/
heat enough.
Solution
Check the voltage (by turning the light on, for example).
Check that the exclusive magneto-thermic switch that protects
No power supply
the appliance hasn't intervened (if it has, reset it). If the problem
repeats immediately, please call the Service Centre and avoid
trying to make the appliance work.
Check that the appliance can be turned on using the touchBatteries ran out
screen display and substitute the batteries.
The temperature set is too high or too Check and
low.
adjust the temperature on the remote
The air filter is clogged
Check the air filter and clean it if necessary
Check that there are no other obstacles
Remove anything that might block the air flow.
of the air flow both inside and outside.
Try to reduce the thermal refrigeration load of the room following
instructions below:
The thermal refrigeration load has
-
Cover large windows exposed to sunlight with curtains
increased (for example, a door or
or with external maskings (blinds, porches, reflecting films, etc.).
a window has been left open or an
-
The room must remain closed for as long as possible.
appliance has been installed in the
-
Avoid turning on halogen lamps or other high energy
room which generates a lot of heat).
consumption appliances such as small ovens, steam irons,
cooking plates etc.
Display alarms
An alarm code appears on the display in case of anomalies. Some
of the functions remain active nonetheless (see FUNCTIONING
Alarm
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
column).
Cause
Operation
Broken room temperature RT
sensor
Broken internal battery IPT
sensor
Broken outside temperature
OT sensor
Broken outside battery OPT
sensor
Broken internal fan motor
Broken external fan motor
Lack of communication with
the display *
Compressor discharge probe
failure *
It is still possible to activate the Cooling, Dehumidification and Heating modes.
It only monitors the antifreeze function of the internal battery.
CP
Open CP contact
OF
Maximum level float
intervention
None of the modes can be activated.
None of the modes can be activated.
It is still possible to activate the Cooling, Dehumidification and Heating modes.
Defrosting is performed at fixed times.
None of the modes can be activated.
None of the modes can be activated.
None of the modes can be activated.
None of the modes can be activated.
The appliance only works if the contact is closed. Check that the clamps are
connected.
During cooling and dehumidification, electronics switches the compressor off
and keeps the water distribution system active with the battery - together with the
fan - to disperse excess water in the container. During heating, condensations
should drain freely through the specific pipe. In the event of an alarm, check
that the condensation pipe is not bent or obstructed, thus preventing the water
from flowing out.
* for DC Inverter models: lack of communication between the main,
power, driver or display boards
The only way to solve the problem is to disconnect and
reconnect the appliance.If the alarm still appears, please
contact the authorised technical assistance.
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3.3
U I S
Technical specifications
Please read data plate to obtain the technical data listed
below.
- Power supply voltage
- Maximum absorbed power
- Maximum absorbed current
- Amount of refrigerant gas
- Casing protection level
- Max. working pressure
U.M.
2.0 8 HP
2.0 10 HP
2.0 10 HP
DC Inverter
2.0 12 HP
DC Inverter
Cooling power (1)
kW
1.65
2.30
2.04
2.35
Power in max cooling mod. Dual Power
kW
2.60
3.10
Heating power (2)
kW
2.36
2.36
Power in max heating mod. Dual Power
kW
2.64
3.05
Power absorbed when cooling (1)
W
580
850
630
730
Power absorbed when heating (2)
W
545
725
638
720
Dehumidification capacity
l/h
0.8
1.1
1.0
1.1
Technical specifications
Power supply voltage
1.70
2.25
V-F-Hz
230-1-50
230-1-50
230-1-50
230-1-50
EER
W/W
2.84
2.71
3.24
3.22
COP
W/W
3.12
3.1
3.29
3.28
A
A
A+
A+
A
A
A
A
3
3
3
3
Energy efficiency ratio when cooling
Energy efficiency ration when heating
Internal-external ventilation speed
No.
Dimensions (WxHxD)
mm
Weight
1030x555x170 1030x555x170 1030x555x170 1030x555x170
kg
47.6
48.0
48.5
48.5
dB(A)
29/38
32/41
26/39
27/41
Wall holes diameter
mm
162
162
162
162
Wall holes distance
mm
293
293
293
293
Noise level (min-max) **
Refrigerant gas
R-410A
R-410A
R-410A
R-410A
R410A refrigerant charge
g
480
520
520
520
Maximum absorbed power
W
690
920
950 *
1060 *
Maximum absorbed current
A
3
4.1
4.4 *
4.8 *
MPa
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
Degree of protection
IPX0
IPX0
IPX0
IPX0
*
** Noise pressure measured 1 m away and 1.5 m high
Maximum working pressure PS
with Dual Power function activated during heating
Refer conditions
T ambient
External t
(1)
Cooling mode tests
DB 27°C - WB 19°C
DB 35°C - WB 24°C
(2)
Heating mode tests
DB 20°C - WB 15°C
DB 7°C - WB 6°C
Reference standards EN 14511. 1. 2.3.4
Operating limits
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Internal ambient temp.
Outside ambient temp.
Maximum operating temperature in cooling mode
DB 35°C - WB 24°C
DB 43°C - WB 32°C
Minimum operating temperature in cooling mode
DB 18°C
DB -5°C
Maximum operating temperatures in heating
DB 27°C
DB 24°C - WB 18°C
Minimum operating temperatures in heating
DB 5°C
DB -10°C
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