Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for, RC-EX3, Australia User manual

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for, RC-EX3, Australia User manual
ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
eco touch REMOTE CONTROL RC-EX3
USER'S MANUAL
Thank you very much for your purchasing the eco touch REMOTE CONTROL
for our packaged air conditioner.
This user's manual describes cautions for safety. Please read this manual carefully before use in order to operate the unit properly.
Keep this manual, after reading, at a safe place where you can consult it whenever it is necessary.
When the ownership of the unit is changed, please be sure to transfer this manual and the “Installation Manual” to a new owner.
It is not recommended for a user to install or move the unit by the user's own discretion. (Safety or functions may not be assured.)
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Contents
1. Before you use ……………………… 2
Safety precautions …………………………………
Precautions for waste disposal ……………………
Unit specifications …………………………………
Names and functions of sections on the R/C …………
Menu item …………………………………………
2
3
3
4
6
Run ………………………………………………
Stop ………………………………………………
Change operation mode ……………………………
Change set temp …………………………………
Change flap direction ………………………………
Change the fan speed ……………………………
F1/F2 switch operation ……………………………
High power operation ………………………………
Energy-saving operation ……………………………
8
8
9
9
10
13
13
14
15
Quick reference of menu items ……………………
Restrictions on the sub R/C …………………………
Operations on menu screens ………………………
Cautions for each setting screen ……………………
16
18
19
20
Energy-saving setting ………………………………
Individual flap control ………………………………
Anti draft setting ……………………………………
Ventilation operation ………………………………
Initial settings ………………………………………
Timer ……………………………………………
Weekly timer ………………………………………
Home leave mode …………………………………
Registering favorite settings ………………………
Favorite setting operation …………………………
Administrator settings ………………………………
Silent mode control …………………………………
Select the language ………………………………
Filter sign reset ……………………………………
21
27
31
32
33
37
42
46
49
50
51
64
65
65
2. Menu items …………………………… 8
3. Quick reference of menu items … 16
4. Settings and operations ………… 21
Note
Please turn on the power switch 6 hours before
operation to protect the air conditioner (the crank case
heater is conducted and the compressor is heated).
Also, be sure not to turn off the power switch (the
crank case heater is conducted and the compressor
is heated during stop of the compressor. It protect the
fault of the compressor caused by liquid refrigerant
stagnation).
5. Maintenance of unit and LCD …… 67
Maintenance of unit and LCD ……………………… 67
6. Useful information ………………… 68
Contact company & Error display …………………… 68
7. Notice of inspection date………… 69
8. Message display ………………… 69
9. After-sale service ………………… 73
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1. Before you use
Safety precautions
●Please read the precautions written here carefully to operate the unit properly.
You are required to observe these fully because every item of these instructions is important for safety.
WARNING
Failure to follow these instructions may result in serious consequences
such as death, severe injury, etc.
CAUTION
Failure to follow these instructions may cause injury, property damage or, serious
consequences depending on.
●The following pictograms are used in the text.
Never do.
Always follow the instructions given.
Absolutely keep water away.
Absolutely keep wet hands away.
●Keep this manual at a safe place where you can consult with whenever necessary. Show this
manual to installers when moving or repairing the unit. When the ownership of the unit is
transferred, this manual should be given to a new owner.
●Electrical wiring work must be implemented only by qualified specialists.
WARNING
Consult your dealer or a professional contractor to install the unit.
Improper installation made on your own may cause electric shocks, fire or dropping of the unit.
Consult your dealer when moving, disassembling or repairing the unit.
Never modify the unit.
Improper handling may result in injury, electric shocks, fire, etc.
Avoid using combustible substances (hair spray, insecticide, etc)
near the unit.
Do not use benzene or paint thinner to clean the unit.
It could cause cracks, electric shocks or fire.
Stop operation under abnormal situation.
If continued, it could result in break-down, electric shocks, fire, etc.
If any abnormal condition (burnt odor etc.) occurs, stop operation, turn off the power
switch and consult your dealer.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above
and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards involved.
CAUTION
Do not use or let use the unit or remote control as play equipment.
Improper operations could cause ill health or health disorder.
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Never disassemble the remote control.
If you touch internal parts accidentally, you could get electric shocks or cause trouble.
Consult your dealer when it is necessary to inspect its interior.
Do not wash the remote control with water or liquid.
It could cause electric shocks, fire or break-down.
Do not touch electric parts or operate buttons or screens with wet hands.
It could cause electric shocks, fire or break-down.
Do not dispose the remote control by yourself.
It could destruct the environment. Ask your dealer when it is necessary to dispose the
remote control.
Note
The remote control should not be installed where it is exposed to
direct sunlight or the ambient temperatures become higher than 40°
C
or lower than 0°
C.
It could cause deformation, discoloration or break-down.
Do not use benzene, paint thinner, wipes etc. to clean the remote control.
It could discolor or break-down the remote control. Wipe it with a piece of cloth which is
squeezed tightly after wetting with diluted neutral detergent. Finish up the cleaning by
wiping with a piece of dry cloth.
Do not pull or twist the cable of the remote control.
It could cause break-down.
Do not tap the remote control buttons or screen with pointed objects.
It could damage or cause break-down.
Precautions for waste disposal
Your Air Conditioning product may be marked with this symbol. It means that waste electrical and
electronic equipment (WEEE as in directive 2012/19/EU) should not be mixed with general
household waste. Air conditioners should be treated at an authorized treatment facility for re-use,
recycling and recovery and not be disposed of in the municipal waste stream. Please contact the installer
or local authority for more information.
Unit specifications
Item
Product dimensions
Weight
Power supply
Power consumption
Usage environment
Material
Description
120 (W) x 120 (H) x 19 (D) mm (not including protruded section)
0.20 kg
DC 18 V
0.6 W
Temperature: 0 to 40 °C
Casing: ABS
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Names and functions of sections on the R/C (Operating section)
⑤ LCD (With backlight)
Menu
16:14 (Mon)
Cooling
Direction
Set temp
Timer
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
③ F2 switch
④ Operation lamp
⑥ USB port (mini-B)
①
Run/Stop
② F1 switch
switch
Touch panel system, which is operated by tapping the LCD screen with a finger, is employed for any operations other
than the ① Run/Stop, ② F1 ③ F2 switches.
①
Run/Stop
switch
One push on the button starts operation and another
push stops operation. (☞page 8)
② F1 switch ③ F2 switch
This switch starts operation that is set in F1/F2
function setting (☞page 63).
(☞page 13)
④ Operation lamp
This lamp lights in green (yellow-green) during
operation. It changes to red (orange) if any error
occurs.
Operation lamp luminance can be changed.
(☞page 37)
⑤ LCD (With backlight)
A tap on the LCD lights the backlight.
The backlight turns off automatically if there is no
operation for certain period of time.
Lighting period of the backlight lighting can be
changed. (☞page 36)
If the backlight is ON setting, when the screen is
tapped while the backlight is turned off, the backlight
only is turned on. (Operations with switches ①, ②
and ③ are excluded.)
⑥ USB port
USB connector (mini-B) allows connecting to a
personal computer.
For operating methods, refer to the instruction
manual attached to the software for personal
computer (eco-touch remote control utility software).
Note
・When connecting to a personal computer, do not connect
simultaneously with other USB devices.
Please be sure to connect to the computer directly, without going
through a hub, etc.
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Names and functions of sections on the R/C (Display)
*All icons are shown for the sake of explanation.
① Clock, Room name display
② Icon display
TOP screen
MEETING1
14:00 (Mon)
④ Change operation
mode button
Auto
⑧ Timer button
Menu
Set temp
Direction
Timer
③ Menu button
⑤ Change set temp
button
⑥ Change flap
direction button
⑦ Change the fan
speed button
⑨ Message display
In operation for running.
⑩
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
F1 , F2 switch
function display
① Clock, Room name display
④ Change operation mode button (☞page 9)
Displays the current time (☞page33) and the room
name (☞page 58).
② Icon display
Displays the operation mode which is selected currently.
Tap this button to change the operation mode.
⑤ Change set temp button (☞page 9)
Displays the temperature which is set currently. Tap this
button to change the set temperature.
⑥ Change flap direction button (☞page 10)
Each icon is displayed when one of following settings is
going on.
When the demand
control is effective.
When the
central control (Optional) is
running.
When setting is made
from the sub R/C.
(☞page 18)
Displays the flap direction which is selected currently.
When the 3D auto flow operation is enabled, 3D auto
display will appear. Tap this button to change the flap
direction.
⑦ Change the fan speed button (☞page 13)
When the periodical
inspection is necessary.
(☞page 69)
During the ventilation
operation.
(☞page 32)
When ”filter sign” is up.
(☞page 65)
When the Permission/
Prohibition setting is made.
(☞page 52)
When the peak-cut
timer is set.
(☞page 22)
Displays the fan speed which is selected currently. Tap this
button to change the fan speed.
⑧ Timer button (☞page 37)
Displays simplified contents of the timer which is set
currently.
(When two or more timers are set, contents of the timer
which will be operated immediately after is displayed.)
Tap this button to set the timer.
⑨ Message display
Status of air conditioner operation and messages of the
R/C operations etc. are displayed.
When the weekly
timer is set.
(☞page 42)
⑩ F1 , F2 switch function Display
③ Menu button
When setting or changing other than the following ④-⑧,
tap the menu button. Then menu items are displayed, select
one and set.
Displays the function that is set for each F1 , F2
switch.
The function for these switches can be changed in F1/F2
function setting (☞page 63)
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Menu item
Main menu
Basic operation
Useful functions
Energy-saving setting
Filter
User setting
Run…………………………………………………………………………………………… 8
Stop…………………………………………………………………………………………… 8
Change operation mode…………………………………………………………………… 9
Change set temp…………………………………………………………………………… 9
Change flap direction……………………………………………………………………… 10
Change the fan speed……………………………………………………………………… 13
F1, F2 switch operation……………………………………………………………………… 13
High power operation……………………………………………………………………… 14
Energy-saving operation…………………………………………………………………… 15
Silent mode control………………………………………………………………………… 64
Individual flap control………………………………………………………………………… 27
Anti draft setting……………………………………………………………………………… 31
Timer………………………………………………………………………………………… 37
Set ON timer by hour……………………………………………………… 39
Set OFF timer by hour…………………………………………………… 40
Set ON timer by clock……………………………………………………… 41
Set OFF timer by clock…………………………………………………… 41
Confirm……………………………………………………………………… 42
Favorite setting……………………………………………………………………………… 49
Weekly timer………………………………………………………………………………… 42
Home leave mode…………………………………………………………………………… 46
External ventilation………………………………………………………………………… 32
Select the language………………………………………………………………………… 65
Sleep timer…………………………………………………………………………………… 21
Peak-cut timer……………………………………………………………………………… 22
Automatic temp set back…………………………………………………………………… 25
Infrared sensor (motion sensor) control…………………………………………………… 26
Filter sign reset……………………………………………………………………………… 65
Initial settings………………………………………………………………………………… 33
Clock setting……………………………………………………………… 33
Date & time display………………………………………………………… 34
Summer time……………………………………………………………… 35
Contrast…………………………………………………………………… 35
Backlight…………………………………………………………………… 36
Controller sound…………………………………………………………… 36
Operation lamp luminance………………………………………………… 37
Administrator settings……………………………………………………………………… 51
Permission/Prohibition setting…………………………………………… 52
Outdoor unit silent mode timer…………………………………………… 53
Setting temp range………………………………………………………… 54
Temp increment setting…………………………………………………… 56
Set temp display…………………………………………………………… 56
R/C display setting………………………………………………………… 57
Change administrator password………………………………………… 62
F1/F2 function setting……………………………………………………… 63
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Main menu
Service setting
Installation settings
Installation date…………………………………………………………… 25
Company information……………………………………………………… 25
Test run……………………………………………………………………… 25
Static pressure adjustment…………………………………………………
25
Please refer to the
Change auto-address………………………………………………………
installation manual. 25
Address setting of main IU………………………………………………… 25
IU back-up function………………………………………………………… 25
Infrared sensor (motion sensor) setting……………………………………… 25
R/C function settings
Main/Sub of R/C…………………………………………………………… 25
Return air temp…………………………………………………………… 25
R/C sensor………………………………………………………………… 25
R/C sensor adjustment…………………………………………………… 25
Operation mode…………………………………………………………… 25
ºC / ºF……………………………………………………………………… 25
Fan speed…………………………………………………………………
25
Please refer to the
External input………………………………………………………………
installation manual. 25
Upper/lower flap control…………………………………………………… 25
Left/right flap control……………………………………………………… 25
Ventilation setting………………………………………………………… 25
Auto-restart………………………………………………………………… 25
Auto temp setting………………………………………………………… 25
Auto fan speed…………………………………………………………… 25
IU settings
Fan speed setting………………………………………………………… 25
Filter sign…………………………………………………………………… 25
External input 1…………………………………………………………… 25
External input 1 signal……………………………………………………… 25
External input 2…………………………………………………………… 25
External input 2 signal……………………………………………………… 25
Heating thermo-OFF temp adjustment………………………………………………… 25
Return temperature adjustment…………………………………………… 25
Fan control in cooling thermo-OFF………………………………………… 25
Fan control in heating thermo-OFF………………………………………… 25
Anti-frost temp……………………………………………………………… 25
Please refer to the
Anti-frost control…………………………………………………………… 25
installation manual.
Drain pump operation……………………………………………………… 25
Keep fan operating after cooling is stopped………………………………………………………25
Keep fan operating after heating is stopped………………………………………… 25
Intermittent fan operation in heating………………………………………… 25
Fan circulator operation…………………………………………………… 25
Control pressure adjust…………………………………………………… 25
Auto operation mode……………………………………………………… 25
Thermo. rule setting……………………………………………………… 25
Auto fan speed control…………………………………………………… 25
IU overload alarm………………………………………………………… 25
External output setting…………………………………………………… 25
Service & Maintenance
IU address………………………………………………………………… 25
Next service date………………………………………………………… 25
Operation data……………………………………………………………… 25
Please refer to the
Error display…………………………………………………………………
25
installation manual. 25
Saving IU settings…………………………………………………………
Special settings…………………………………………………………… 25
Indoor unit capacity display……………………………………………… 25
Contact company
Contact company…………………………………………………………………………… 68
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2. Menu items
Run
Push the
Run/Stop switch.
Operation lamp (green) lights and operation starts.
Stop
Press the
Run/Stop switch while the unit is in operation.
The operation lamp turns off and the operation stops.
When the operation stops, all operation buttons on the screen turn off.
Menu
16:23 (Mon)
When the set lighting time of backlight (☞page36) is counted up, the
backlight turns off.
When the screen is tapped, the backlight lights, and all operation buttons
are displayed.
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
Note
・Do not shut down the power supply immediately after the stop of operation.
It should be waited for more than 5 minutes till the residual operation time of drain motor
is counted up. Otherwise, it could cause water leakage or breakdown.
Advice
・A message “Invalid request” may be displayed when a button is pushed. This is not a fault but it is because the button operation is set to
the “Disable”. (☞page 52)
・The unit starts to operate initially with the following settings after the power on. These settings can be changed as desired.
Central control
…… OFF
Operation mode
…… With auto mode: Auto cooling
…… Without auto mode: Cooling
Set temp
…… 23.0°C
Fan speed
…… 3-speed
Flap direction
…… When cooling: position 2, when heating: position 3 (☞page 10)
*When an FDK with a left/right flap is connected, left/right flap direction: center, 3D AUTO: disabled
・In the following cases, a message “Operation mode is invalid.” is displayed and it changes to the fan operation, because operation
modes are not matched.
① When Heating (including auto heating) is selected for Operation mode while using an OU for cooling only.
② When Heating is selected for Operation mode while controlling multiple units including units allowed for both cooling and heating and units
for cooling only.
③ When different operation modes are selected between IUs which are connected to a OU that do not allow mixed operation of cooling
and heating.
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Change operation mode
Menu
16:14 (Mon)
Cooling
1
Tap the
2
When the Change operation mode screen is displayed, tap the
button of desired mode.
Change operation mode
button on the TOP screen.
Direction
Set temp
Timer
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
Change operation mode
Fan
Cooling
Dry
Heating
Auto
R/C
Room
Outdoor
Back
Please select operation mode.
The operation mode changes, and the display returns to the TOP
screen.
Icons displayed have the following meanings.
Cooling
Fan
Dry
Heating
Auto
■Operation modes which cannot be selected depending on combinations of IU and
OU are not displayed.
■When the Auto is selected, the cooling and heating switching operation is performed
automatically according to indoor and outdoor temperatures.
Change set temp
Menu
16:14 (Mon)
Cooling
Set temp
1 Tap the Change set temp
Direction
Timer
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
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button on the TOP screen.
2 When the Change set temp screen is displayed, select the
temperature as desired with using
Change set temp
Auto
Set
R/C
Room
Outdoor
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set temp & tap [Set].
3 After selecting the set temp, tap the
▲
▼
Set
buttons.
button. The display
returns to the TOP screen.
■For allowable temperature setting ranges, refer to the range setting of set temp (☞
page 54).
■Reference set temp
Cooling… 26 to 28°C
Dry
… 24 to 26°C
Heating… 20 to 24°C
Fan
… Setting temp is not required.
■If the Auto is selected for the set temp, the set temp display shows “0”.
Temperature can be adjusted higher or lower with using ▲ ▼ buttons. Note
that Auto is not displayed and cannot be set when SC-SL2, SC-SL3, or SC-SL4
is connected.
■If the Back button is tapped without tapping the Set button, the selected
set temp is invalidated and the display returns to the TOP screen.
Change flap direction
Menu
16:14 (Mon)
Cooling
Set temp
Direction
1
Tap the Change flap direction button on the TOP screen.
When an FDK with a left/right flap is not connected: ☞2
When one or more FDKs with a left/right flap are connected: ☞3
Timer
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
Change flap direction
Ind. flap
Control
2 When the Change flap direction screen is displayed, tap the button
of desired flap direction.
To swing the flap, tap the Auto swing button.
To fix the flap position, tap one of 1 to 4 buttons.
After selecting the flap direction,
Auto swing
R/C
Room
Outdoor
Select the flap direction.
Back
When an FDK with a left/ right flap is not connected, the display
returns to the TOP screen. (☞1)
When an FDK with a left/right flap is connected, the display returns
to the Select flap screen. (☞3)
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3 W
hen one or more FDKs with a left/right flap are connected, the
Select flap screen is displayed. Select the desired flap direction.
Select flap
Left/right flap
3D AUTO
R/C
Room
Upper/lower flap
2
Outdoor
3
Select the flap to change.
Back
1
①T
o change the up/down flap direction, tap the
Upper/lower flap button. The Change flap direction screen
for the up/down flap is displayed. (☞2)
②T
o change the left/right flap direction, tap the Left/right flap
button. The Change flap direction screen for the left/right flap is
displayed. (☞4)
③T
he 3D auto flow operation automatically controls the fan speed
and flap direction to efficiently condition the air of the entire room.
To switch to the 3D auto flow operation, tap 3D AUTO to
enable the operation.
To disable the 3D auto flow operation, tap the 3D AUTO again.
The flap direction returns to the direction that was set before the
3D auto flow operation was enabled. The 3D auto flow operation
will also be disabled when you change the up/down or left/right
flap direction during the 3D auto flow operation.
Ind. flap
Control
Change flap direction
4 Tap the desired flap direction. After selecting the flap direction, the
display returns to the Select flap screen. (☞1)
Back
MEETING1
16:14 (Mon)
Auto
Timer
Menu
Set temp
5 When the 3D auto flow operation is enabled, “3D AUTO” is displayed
on the Change flap direction button, as shown on the left.
Direction
3D AUTO
Room
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
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■When multiple IUs are connected to the remote control for a mixed environment consisting of FDKs with a left/right flap and IUs without a
left/right flap, enabling the 3D auto flow operation will set the models without a left/right flap to a flap position set before the 3D auto flow
operation was started.
■Since the flap is controlled automatically in the following operation, it may differ from the display on the R/C.
∙ When the room temperature is higher than the set temp (In case of the heating operation)
∙ When the “In operation for heating standby. ” or “In operation for defrosting.” is displayed (In case of the heating operation).
Cool air is blown horizontally not to blow directly to human body.
∙ In a high humidity environment (during cooling operation)
■When you select Auto swing while the Anti draft setting (☞page 31) is enabled, the flap will not swing and be set at flap position 1 .
■Changing the left/right flap direction and 3D auto flow operation cannot be performed from the SC-SL2, SC-SL3, or SC-SL4. Also note that
3D auto flow operation will not be disabled when you change the flap direction from the SC-SL2, SC-SL3, or SC-SL4 during a 3D auto
flow operation.
Note
・Do not manually move the flaps or panel with anti draft by force. It could damage these flaps and panels.
・Do not blow air downward for a long period of time during the cooling operation. Condensation may be generated and water may drip from
the side panel. (In case of Ceiling suspended type)
・For FDKs with a left/right flap, it is recommended that the flap should be set toward the right side when there is a wall on the left, or set
toward the left side when there is a wall on the right. For more information, refer to the Notes in the Individual flap control section (☞page
30).
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Change the fan speed
Cooling
1
Menu
16:14 (Mon)
Tap the Change the fan speed button on the TOP screen.
Direction
Set temp
Timer
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
2 When the Change the fan speed screen is displayed, tap the button
of desired fan speed.
Change the fan speed
After setting the fan speed, the display returns to the TOP screen.
■Fan speeds which can be set vary depending on the models of IU.
■When the Auto is selected, the fan speed is changed automatically
depending on the capacity.
Auto
R/C
Room
Outdoor
Note that Auto is not displayed and cannot be set when SC-SL2 or SCSL3 is connected.
Back
Select the fan speed.
F1/F2 switch operation
You can set any of the following functions to the F1 and F2 switches.
The F1 / F2 switches act as shortcuts; it can be much easier and faster than starting an operation from the
usual Menu on the TOP screen.
・High power operation
・Energy-saving operation
・Silent mode control
・Home leave mode
・Favorite setting operation
・Filter sign reset
…☞page 14
…☞page 15
…☞page 64
…☞page 46
…☞page 50
…☞page 65
Changing the function of the F1 or F2 switch can be performed with the F1/F2 function setting (☞page 63).
The following functions are set as factory settings.
You may change these settings as desired.
F1 switch …High power operation
F2 switch …Energy-saving operation
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High power operation
The high power operation adjusts the room temperature quickly to a pleasant level by increasing the operation
capacity.
The high power operation continues for 15 minutes at the maximum and returns to the normal operation automatically.
When the operation mode is changed, the high power operation returns to the normal operation, too.
High power operation must be set to the F1 or F2 switch (☞page 63).
High power operation is set to the F1 switch as the factory setting.
Menu
15:50 (Mon)
Cooling
Set temp
1
Direction
■Operation will start when the F1 ( F2 ) switch is pushed, even if
Run/Stop switch is off.
■High power operation is only allowed when Heating or Cooling is selected for
the operation mode.
Timer
essage “In operation for high power.” is displayed on the R/C
M
screen, and “—, —°C” is displayed on the Set temp button during
the high power operation.
In operation for high power.
F1: High power
Push the F1 ( F2 ) switch to start the high power operation.
F2: Energy-saving
■Set temp and change fan speed operations are disabled during high power
operation.
2
High power operation is terminated when you perform one of the
following.
・When you terminate through a Run/Stop operation
・When you change the operation mode
・When15 minutes have elapsed since the high power operation
started
・When you terminate the high power operation with the
F1 ( F2 ) switch
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Energy-saving operation
Use this operation to save energy. Set temp is fixed at 28°C in the cooling operation or 22°C in the heating operation.
Since the capacity is controlled automatically based on the outdoor temperature, energy can be saved without losing
comfort.
Energy-saving operation must be set to the F1 or F2 switch (☞page 63)
Energy-saving operation is set to the F2 switch as the factory setting.
Menu
16:04 (Mon)
Auto
Set temp
1
Direction
■Operation will start even if you press the F1 ( F2 ) switch while the unit is
stopped.
■Energy-saving operation is only allowed when Heating, Cooling or Auto is
selected for the operation mode.
Timer
Message “In operation for energy-saving.” is displayed on the screen
during the energy-saving operation. Set temp is fixed at “28.0°C” in
the cooling operation or “22.0°C” in the heating operation. Set temp
shows “- -°C” in the automatic operation mode.
In operation for energy-saving.
F1: High power
Push the F1 ( F2 )switch to start the energy-saving operation.
F2: Energy-saving
■Set temp cannot be changed during the energy-saving operation. If it is
attempted, a message “Invalid request” is displayed on the screen.
2
nergy-saving operation is terminated when you perform the
E
following.
・When you terminate through a Run/Stop operation
・When you change the operation mode
・When you terminate the energy-saving operation with the F1 (
F2 ) switch
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3. Quick reference of menu items
Quick reference of menu items
It is necessary to input the Administrator password for menu items showing.
Setting and display items
Useful functions
Details
Individual flap control
Set the moving range (upper and lower limit positions) of the
flap at each blow outlet of IU.
Set also the left limit position-rights limit position if FDK is
used.
If the panel with anti draft is used, set enable/disable of the
each operation mode and anti draft operation of each blow
outlet.
Anti draft setting
Timer
Set ON timer by
hour
Set OFF timer by
hour
Set ON timer by
clock
Set OFF timer by
clock
Favorite setting
Weekly timer
page 39
Set the time to stop the operating unit within the range of 1
- 12 hours (at 1-hour intervals).
page 40
Set the clock time to start operation.
■The time can be set at 5-minute intervals.
■It can be selected from once (only one day) or every time
(every day).
*Clock setting is necessary to set the timer.
Set the time to stop operation.
■The time can be set at 5-minute intervals.
■It can be selected from once (only one day) or every time
(every day).
*Clock setting is necessary to set the timer.
On timer or Off timer on weekly basis can be set.
■8-operation patterns per day can be set at the maximum.
■The time can be set at 5-minute intervals.
■Holiday setting (including temporary day off) is available.
*Clock setting is necessary to set the time.
When the unit is not used for a long period of time, the room
temperature is maintained at a moderate level, avoiding
extremely hot or cool temperatures.
■Cooling or heating is operated according to the outdoor
temperature and the set temp.
■Set temp and fan speed can be set.
The ventilation is turned on or off if ventilation equipment is
attached.
Home leave mode
Administrator password
External ventilation
Select the language
Energy-saving setting Sleep timer
Set the language to be displayed on the R/C.
Administrator password
Peak-cut timer
Automatic temp set back
Infrated sensor (motion sensor) control
page 31
Set the time to operate the unit after stopping the operation
within the range of 1 - 12 hours (at 1-hour intervals).
Set each operation mode and setting temperature, fan speed,
flap direction for Favorite setting 1 or Favorite setting 2.
Administrator password
page 27
Set the time period from start to stop of operation.
■The selectable range of setting time is from 30 to 240
minutes (at 10-minute intervals).
■When the setting is “Enable”, this timer will activate
whenever any operation starts.
Set the times to start and stop the capacity limiting operation
and the peak-cut %.
■4 operation patterns per day can be set at the maximum.
■The setting time can be changed at 5-minute intervals.
■The selectable range of peak-cut % is from 0.40 to 80% (at
20% intervals).
■Holiday setting (including temporary day off) is available.
*Clock setting is necessary.
It returns to the set temperature when the set time is counted
up.
■The selection range of the set time is from 20 to 120
minutes (at 10-minute intervals).
If the motion detector is used, set enable/disable of Power
Control and autosave.
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page 41
page 41
page 50
page 42
page 46
page 32
page 65
page 21
page 22
page 25
page 26
Setting and display items
Filter
Filter sign reset
User setting
Initial settings
Details
Clock setting
Date & time display
Summer time
Contrast
Backlight
Controller sound
Administrator
settings
Administrator password
Operation lamp
luminance
Permission/
Prohibition setting
Outdoor unit silent
mode timer
Setting temp range
Temp increment
setting
Set temp display
R/C display setting
Change
administrator
password
F1/F2 function
setting
Contact company & Error display
Reset the filter sign.
Set next cleaning date.
Set and correct the current date and time.
■When the power supply is interrupted for 80 hours or less,
the clock continues to operate with the built-in backup
batteries.
If it is interrupted for more than 80 hours, it is necessary to
renew the setting.
Set whether the date and time are displayed or not, and
select 12H or 24H and AM or PM position.
page 65
page 33
page 34
Current time is advanced or delayed by 1 hour.
page 35
Contrast of LCD can be adjusted.
page 35
Select whether the backlight is used or not, and set the
lighting time.
Select whether the controller sound is actuated at the touch
panel operation or not.
Adjust operation lamp luminance.
■Set the permission/prohibition for each of following
operations:
[Run/Stop] [Change set temp] [Operation mode]
[Change flap direction]
[Change the fan speed] [High power operation] [Energysaving operation] [Timer]
■Set the administrator password request during operation.
[Individual flap control]
[Weekly timer] [Select the language]
[Filter sign reset]
The period of time to operate the unit by prioritizing the
quietness can be set.
■Starting and stopping times can be set for the silent mode
operation.
■The time can be set at 5-minute intervals.
Restrict the setting range of temperature.
■Temperature range can be restricted depending on operation
modes.
page 36
page 36
page 37
page 52
page 53
page 54
Set the interval for setting temperature (0.5°C/1.0°C).
page 56
Set temperature display method can be selected.
page 56
Register the names of remote control and indoor unit.
Set Yes or No for the need of indoor temperature display.
Set Yes or No for the need for the display of error code, heating
standby, defrosting operation on and automatic cooling/heating.
page 57
Change the administrator password.
page 62
Set the functions of F1 and F2 switch.
Available functions:
[High power operation] [Energy-saving operation] [Silent
mode cont.] [Home leave mode] [Favorite set 1] [Favorite
set 2] [Filter sign reset]
page 63
Address of the service contact is displayed.
page 68
It is necessary to input the administrator password for menu items indicated with Administrator password
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Restrictions on the sub R/C
Menu
15:54 (Mon)
Cooling
Set temp
Direction
When one IU is controlled with 2 R/Cs, the following settings cannot be
made on the sub R/C. It is necessary to use the main R/C.
In case of the sub R/C, the icon S is displayed on the R/C screen.
Timer
○: operable ×: not operable
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
R/C operations
Run/Stop, Change set temp, Change flap direction, Auto swing,
Change fan speed operations
High power operation, Energy-saving operation
Silent mode control
Useful functions Individual flap control
Anti draft setting
Timer
Favorite setting
Weekly timer
Home leave mode
External ventilation
Select the language
Energy-saving setting
Filter
Filter sign reset
User setting
Initial settings
Administrator
Permission/Prohibition setting
settings
Outdoor unit silent mode timer
Setting temp range
Temp increment setting
Set temp display
R/C display setting
Change administrator password
F1/F2 function setting
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Operations on menu screens
Menu
16:14 (Mon)
Cooling
1
Menu
button on the TOP screen.
Main menu screen is displayed.
Direction
Set temp
Tap the
When a desired menu item is tapped, setting screen for each item is
displayed.
Timer
When there are two or more pages, the
button is
Next
displayed at the leading page and the Previous button is
and Previous
displayed at the last page. The
Next
buttons are displayed on pages in between.
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
2
Menu
Useful functions
When the
Next
button is tapped, next main menu screen is
displayed.
Energy-saving setting
Filter
User setting
Service setting
Next
Back
Select the item.
Menu
3
When the Back button is tapped, the display returns to the TOP
screen.
4
When the
Contact company
Previous
Back
Select the item.
Change set temp
Auto
Set button is displayed on the setting screen for
each item, tapping this button confirms the setting.
■If you tap Back without tapping the Set button, the settings made will
not be applied, and the display returns to the original screen.
Set
R/C
Room
Outdoor
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set temp & tap [Set].
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5
When an item is referenced to
Administrator password in this
manual, the Input password screen is displayed after selecting the
menu.
Input password
Input the administrator password.
Enter the administrator password (4-digit number) and tap the
Delete
Set
When the password is unknown or wrong, the setting cannot be
changed.
Set
Input 4 digit number & tap [Set]
button.
Back
Advice
· The administrator password is provided so that these operations and settings are
restricted to administrators/managers only (such as the owner of the building).
· For the administrator password at the factory setting, refer to the Installation
Manual.
When your administrator password is forgotten, initialize the password by referring
to the Installation Manual.
Cautions for each setting screen
・When returning to the screen mentioned below from each setting screen, operate the following buttons or switches.
■Return to Main screen …
Menu
button
■Return to the last previous screen … Back button
■Return to TOP screen … Run/Stop switch
・When the Back button is tapped without tapping the Set button on the way of setting, contents of the setting
are invalidated, and the display returns to the last previous screen. If the Run/Stop switch is pushed on the
way of setting, contents of the setting are invalidated, the setting mode is terminated and the display returns to the
TOP screen.
・If no button is operated for approx. 5 minutes on the way of setting each item, the display returns to the TOP screen
automatically. Contents of the setting on the way become invalid.
・Message “Invalid request” may be displayed when a button is pushed. This is not a fault but it is because the button
is set to the Prohibition.
(☞page 52)
・It is necessary to stop the air conditioner by pushing the Run/Stop switch before starting the following settings.
If the Set button is tapped on the menu screen while the air conditioner is operating, the message “Invalid request.”
is displayed.
■Individual flap control
■Energy-saving setting
■Anti draft setting
■Administrator settings
■Select the language
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4. Settings and operations
Energy-saving setting [Administrator password]
Energy-saving setting
1
Tap the Menu button on the TOP screen and select
Energy-saving setting . The Energy-saving setting menu
screen is displayed.
2
hen the Energy-saving setting screen is displayed, select a desired
W
item.
Sleep timer
Peak-cut timer
Automatic temp set back
Infrared sensor control
Back
・Sleep timer
・Peak-cut timer
・Automatic temp set back
Infrared sensor control
Select the item.
……☞page 21
……☞page 22
……☞page 25
……☞page 26
■Sleep timer
Stops operation when the amount of time set has elapsed since the start of each operation.
1
Tap the
2
elect a desired time with ① ▲
S
▼ buttons.
Setting range: 30 to 240 minutes, at 10-min intervals.
3
Tap the ② State button to switch between “State Enable” and
“State Disable”.
Sleep timer
A/C will stop at the set minutes later.
State
Disable
min.
2
1
Set
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set the minutes & tap [Set].
Menu button on the TOP screen and select
Energy-saving setting ⇒ Sleep timer . The Sleep timer
screen is displayed.
・“Enable”: operation stops at the set time every time.
3
・“Disable”: the sleep timer does not operate.
Unless the Sleep timer is used, set at the “State Disable”.
4
After the setting, tap the ③
Set button. The display returns to
the Energy-saving setting menu screen.
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■Peak-cut timer
Set the times to start and stop the capacity (upper limit) limiting operation and the peak-cut %.
Advice
· When the peak-cut timer is used, be sure to make the Clock setting in advance (☞page 33).
· The peak-cut timer control may not be performed depending on combination of IU and OU.
1
Peak-cut timer
All days
Sat, Sun
Each day
1
3
① Weekdays : Monday - Friday
② Sat. Sun : Saturday, Sunday (☞4)
2
③ All days : Monday - Sunday
Back
4
④ Each day : Moves to the day of the week setting screen. (☞2)
2
If a desired day of the week ① is tapped on the display, contents of
current setting for the day are displayed.
(☞5)
3
or the holiday setting, tap the block ② under a day to switch
F
between “ ” (the holiday setting) and “(Blank)” (reset).
Peak-cut timer
1
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
2
Invalid Setting:Tap box below day of week.
If invalid is selected, timer won't start
Back
All Disable
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Energy-saving setting ⇒ Peak-cut timer .
When the setting range selection screen for the peak-cut timer is
displayed, select the day of the week to be set.
Select the item.
Weekdays
Tap the
Timer does not operate on the day set as holiday.
Select the day of the week.
Two or more holidays can be set.
3
■To enable the timer on the day set as holiday, it is necessary to reset the holiday
setting.
4
hen tapping ③ “All Disable” button, the timer does not operate on
W
all days of the week.
When the timer is used, be sure not to set “All Disable”.
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5
Peak-cut timer
Mon
State Start time
Enable 7:00 PM
Disable 7:00 AM
Disable
Disable
Change
1
End time
8:00 PM
8:00 AM
Enter
Screen to check contents of current setting is displayed.
When the contents are changed or new setting is added, select a ①
setting line No. and tap the ② Change button.
Back
Select a line & tap [Change].
2
6
Peak-cut timer
Mon: No.1
Start time
State
Disable
1
Change
8:00 AM
Set
3
Back
③ If the Peak-cut button is tapped, the peak-cut % can be set. (☞
9)
2
Select the item.
7
Peak-cut timer
Mon: No.1
Start time
Set the Start time.
Set the hour and minute with the
▲
▼
buttons.
Setting time can be set at 5-min intervals.
AM
Set
① Tap the State button to switch between “State Enable” and
“State Disable”.
② If the Change button is tapped, the start time and the end time
can be set. (☞7)
7:00 AM
End time
Detail setting screen for the timer setting contents is displayed.
Tap the
Set
button after the setting. (☞8)
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
8
Peak-cut timer
Mon: No.1
End time
Set the End time.
Set the hour and minute with the
▼
buttons.
End time can be set from 5 minutes after the Start time up to 24:00
at 5-min intervals
AM
Tap the
Set
▲
Back
Set
(☞10)
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
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button after the setting.
9
Peak-cut timer
Wed: No.1
Peak-cut
Set the peak-cut %.
Set the peak-cut % with the
▲
▼ buttons.
The peak-cut % can be set at 0%, 40%, 60% or 80%.
The lower the peak-cut % is, the higher the effect of
energy-saving becomes.
Tap the
Set
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set peak-cut & tap [Set]
Mon: No.1
State
Disable
Start time
7:00 AM
Change
End time
button after the setting.
(☞10)
10
Peak-cut timer
Set
The setting content check screen (☞6) is displayed. If the
Set button is tapped, the contents are confirmed and a day
of the week setting content check screen (☞5) is displayed.
11 If the settings are corrected or added further within the same day,
repeat the setting. (☞5)
8:00 AM
Set
Back
Select the item.
■When contents of the setting are duplicated, the priority is given to the set
contents of smaller peak-cut %.
12 Display a day of the week setting content check screen. To save
the setting, tap the Enter button.
Peak-cut timer
Weekdays
State
Start time
Enable 7:00 PM
Disable 7:00 AM
Disable
Disable
Change
End time
8:00 PM
8:00 AM
Enter
Back
a) In case of group setting: (1-①Weekdays, 1-②Sat, Sun, 1-③
All days) Move to the group setting check screen. (☞13)
b) In case of individual setting: (1-④Each day) Save the setting
and move to a day of the week selection screen (☞2)
Select a line & tap [Change].
13 Display the group setting acknowledge screen.
Tap the Yes button to save the setting.
The display changes to a day of the week setting check screen
after the saving. (☞2)
Peak-cut timer
Do you want to apply group setting?
Yes
14 When making the setting after changing a day of the week, repeat
the setting from the step 2.
Back
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■Automatic temp set back
It returns to the set temperature when the set time is counted up.
1
Automatic temp set back
Setting in cooling
Setting in heating
Tap the
Menu
button on the TOP screen and select
Energy-saving setting ⇒ Automatic temp set back . The
Automatic temp set back screen is displayed.
Tap
Setting in cooling when setting for the cooling operation or
Setting in heating when setting for the heating operation.
The Setting in cooling operation includes the cooling, dry and auto.
Back
The Setting in heating is for the heating operation only.
Select the item.
Setting time range:20 - 120 min, at 10-min intervals
Set temp range: It can be set within the preset temp range set
according to the set temp range menu.(☞page
54)
2
Setting in cooling
Set
No setting
▲
▼
buttons.
When the
Set button is tapped, contents of setting are
confirmed, and the display returns to the last previous screen.
When the No setting button is tapped, “-- min. --°C” is
displayed, and the “Automatic temp set back” is not performed.
°C
min.
Set desired time and temperature with the
Back
Set the time & temp to return.
3
Setting in heating
°C
min.
No setting
The same setting method as the Setting in the cooling operation can
be applied to the Setting in heating.
Set
Back
Set the time & temp to return.
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■Infrared sensor (motion sensor) control (for IUs with motion sensors)
Presence of humans and the amount of motion are detected by a motion sensor to perform various controls.
■When the R/C is set as the sub R/C, the infrared sensor (motion sensor) control cannot be set.
1
Infrared sensor control
Power control
Disable
Enable
Auto-off
Disable
Enable
2
Set
Back
Menu
20:20 (Tue)
Set temp
.
The Infrared sensor control screen and contents of the current
settings are displayed.
② Enable/disable auto-off.
③ After you set each item, tap the Set button.
The display returns to the Energy-saving setting menu screen.
3
Heating
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Energy-saving setting ⇒
Infrared sensor control
① Enable/disable power control.
1
Select the item.
Tap the
Direction
・When power control is enabled
The amount of human motion is detected by a motion sensor to
adjust the Set temp.
During power control, “Power control ON” will be displayed on the
message display.
Timer
Power control ON
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
Menu
16:32 (Mon)
Cooling
Set temp
Direction
Timer
In auto-off mode
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
・When auto-off is enabled
The unit will enter the “Operation wait” state when an hour has
elapsed since the last time a human presence was detected and
will be in “Complete stop” state after another 12 hours.
"Operation wait"...The unit stops but will resume operation when
human presence is detected.
When the unit is in “Complete stop”, “In auto-off
mode” will be displayed on the message display.
"Complete stop"...When auto-off is enabled, the unit stops.
The unit will not resume operation even when
human presence is detected.
The message “In auto-off mode” will disappear
from the message display, and the operation
lamp will turn off.
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Individual flap control
Motion range (upper, lower, left, or right limit positions) of the flap at each blow outlet can be set to a desired range.
■When the R/C is set as the sub R/C, the individual flap control cannot be set.
1
Menu button on the TOP screen and select Useful functions ⇒ Individual flap control , or
tap the Change flap direction button on the TOP screen and select Ind. flap control , and then enter the
administrator password.
Tap the
When one IU is connected to the R/C: ☞3
When two or more IUs are connected to the R/C: ☞2
Advice
・Individual flap control should be set when the unit is stopped.
・When you perform Individual flap control while the unit is in operation, the acknowledge screen for unit stop is displayed.
2
IU select
Next
hen two or more IUs are connected to the R/C, a list of IUs is
W
displayed. Tap the IU to be set.
Back
Select an IU address.
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3
Individual flap control Select flap
■When there are two or more flaps at the blow
outlet, such as the FDT type, the flap at blow
outlet No. ① will keep moving while the blow
outlet selection screen is displayed. The figure
displayed on the screen shows the installed
unit viewed from the floor side. Select the flap
based on this figure. When you have selected
the blow outlet, the flap with the number you
selected will move.
■You can set all flaps at once by tapping the
Bat.set. button (except for FDKs with a left/
Back
Flap ❶ is in operation.
right flap).
■When there is only one flap at the blow outlet,
such as the ceiling suspended type only the
flap that can be set will be displayed.
№②
№①
Control box
Bat.set.
elect the number of the flap of which the motion range is changed.
S
(☞4)
制
御
箱
№③
№④
配管側
Pipe
side
Drain hose side
ドレンホース側
Louver
No.
ルーバ№
[For
FDT]
[FDTの場合]
For an FDK with a left/right flap, select the upper/lower flap or left/
right flap.
Individual flap control Select flap
When you select the upper/lower flap (①): ☞4
When you select the left/right flap (②): ☞8
Back
4
Flap❶ Swing range
Select one of the upper limit positions from 1 to 6 for the flap
motion range.
After you select the range, tap the
Upper limit setting
Set
Back
Select the upper limit No. & tap [Set].
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Set
button.
5
Flap❶ Swing range
Select one of the lower limit positions from 1 to 6 for the flap
motion range.
The range of motion between the upper and lower limit positions will
be displayed in black.
After you select the range, tap the
Set
Lower limit setting
Set
button.
Back
Select the lower limit No. & tap [Set].
Flap❶ Swing range
6
Acknowledge screen for the flap motion range is displayed.
7
Acknowledge screen for the completion of setting is displayed.
Do you want to set the
range of flap motion?
If yes, tap [Yes].
Yes
Back
Tap [Back] for resetting.
Flap❶ setting is completed
Setting the range of flap❶
motion is complete.
Do you want to set other flaps?
Yes
To change other flap motion ranges, tap the Yes button (☞3).
To terminate the setting, tap the
No
button. The display returns
to the TOP screen.
No
Tap [No] to return to top screen.
[When left/right flap is selected for an FDK with a left/right flap]
8
Flap❷ Swing range
Select one of the left limit positions from 1 to 5 for the flap
motion range.
After you select the range, tap the
Left limit setting
Set
Back
Select the left limit and tap [Set].
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Set
button.
9
Flap❷ Swing range
Select one of the right limit positions from 1 to 5 for the flap
motion range.
The range of motion between the left and right limit positions will be
displayed in black.
After you select the range, tap the
Set
Right limit setting
Set
button.
Back
Select the right limit and tap [Set].
10 Acknowledge screen for the flap motion range is displayed.
Flap❷ Swing range
Do you want to set the
range of flap motion?
If yes, tap [Yes].
Yes
Back
Tap [Back] for resetting.
11 Acknowledge screen for the completion of setting is displayed.
Flap❷ setting is completed
To change other flap motion ranges, tap the Yes button. (☞3)
Setting the range of flap❷
motion is complete.
Do you want to set other flaps?
Yes
No
To terminate the setting, tap the
returns to the TOP screen.
No
button. The display
Tap [No] to return to top screen.
Advice
When the unit is installed within 50 cm from a wall, it is recommended that you change
the range of the left/right flap motion as follows:
・When installed at the right end of the wall
Left/right flap motion range 1 to 4
・When installed at the left end of the wall
Left/right flap motion range 2 to 5
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Installed at
the left end
Installed at
the right end
Anti draft setting (for using panel with anti draft)
You can enable/disable the motion of panel with anti draft for each blow outlet for each operation mode.
■When the R/C is set as the sub R/C, the anti draft setting cannot be set.
1
Tap the
Menu
button on the TOP screen and select
Useful functions
⇒
Anti draft setting .
When one IU is connected to the R/C: ☞3
When two or more IUs are connected to the R/C: ☞2
■Depending on how the Permission/Prohibition setting (☞page 52) is set, the administrator password input screen may be
displayed.
Advice
・Anti draft setting should be set while the unit is stopped.
・When you perform Anti draft setting while the unit is in operation, the acknowledge screen for unit stop is displayed.
2
hen two or more IUs are connected to the R/C, a list of IUs is
W
displayed. Tap the IU to be set.
3
Select the blow outlet number to set anti draft.
IU select
Next
Back
Select an IU address.
Flap selection for anti draft setting
■The flap at blow outlet No. ① will keep moving while the blow outlet selection
screen is displayed. Select the flap based on this figure. When you have
selected the blow outlet, the flap with the number you selected will move. The
figure displayed on the screen shows the installed unit viewed from the floor
side.
■You can set all blow outlets at once by tapping the Bat.set. button.
Bat.set.
Flap ❶ is in operation
Back
An icon that indicates the operation mode (☞page 9) is shown
on each blow outlet button.
When the anti draft setting is enabled, the icon color will be reversed
(for example, in the left figure, blow outlets which have the anti draft
setting enabled during cooling are numbers ①, ③, and ④).
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4
After you make the selection, tap the
Anti draft setting mode setting
Cooling
Disable
Enable
Heating
Disable
Enable
Fan
Disable
Enable
Dry
Disable
Enable
Select the item.
Select enable/disable for each operation mode.
Set
Set
button.
The display returns to the blow outlet selection screen.
Back
Ventilation operation (when ventilation device is installed)
The ventilation is turned on or off if the ventilation device is installed.
1
Tap the Menu button on the TOP screen and select Useful functions ⇒
External ventilation
.
■The ventilation operation is enabled in case that the External ventilation is set “Independent” (refer to the installation manual for
details).
■In case that the External ventilation is set “Disable” or “Interlocking” the ventilation operation is disable.
2
External ventilation
The External ventilation screen is displayed.
If the Venti. ON button is tapped, the ventilation operation starts.
To stop the ventilation operation, tap the Venti. OFF button.
Venti. ON
Select Venti. ON/OFF.
■In case that the Ventilation is set“Interlocking”, the ventilation operates
interlocked with Run/Stop operation of air conditioner (refer to Installation
Manual).
Venti. OFF
Back
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Initial settings
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
2
Initial settings
Clock setting
Date & time display
Summer time
Contrast
Backlight
Next
Back
Select the item.
User setting
⇒ Initial settings .
hen the “Initial settings” menu screen is displayed, tap a desired
W
item.
……☞ page 33
・Clock setting
……☞ page 34
・Date & time display
……☞ page 35
・Summer time
・Contrast……☞ page 35
・Backlight……☞ page 36
……☞ page 36
・Controller sound
・Operation lamp luminance ……☞ page 37
Initial settings
Controller sound
Operation lamp luminance
Previous
Back
Select the item.
■Clock setting
You can set and correct the current date and time.
1
Tap the
Menu
Clock setting .
button on the TOP screen and select
2
⇒
Initial settings
The “Clock setting” screen is displayed.
Set the “dd/mm/yy” with the
Clock setting
dd
User setting
▲
▼
buttons.
Tap the Time button after the setting.
mm
yy
■The “clock setting” is necessary for the following settings.
· Peak-cut timer
· Set ON timer by clock, Set OFF timer by clock
Set the date.
Time
Back
· Weekly timer
· Outdoor unit silent mode timer
· Filter sign reset, Setting next cleaning date
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⇒
3
Clock setting
Set the “hour : minute” with the
Set the time.
Date
Set
buttons on the
button after the setting.
To change “dd/mm/yy” tap the
Set
▼
clock setting screen.
Tap the
PM
▲
Date
button.
Back
■Date & time display
You can set and correct the date & time display.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Date & time display .
2
Date & time display
Date & time
ON
OFF
A day of the week
ON
OFF
Display method
12H
24H
Infront
Back
Set
Back
Position of AM / PM
Select setting
User setting
⇒
Initial settings
⇒
he Clock setting screen is displayed.
T
Tap OFF / ON for the Date and time.
Tap OFF / ON for A day of the week.
Tap Display method “12H or 24H”.
12H Hours … If it is 3:50 PM, it displays “3:50PM”.
24H Hours … If it is 3:50 PM, it displays “15:50”.
Set the position of AM/PM.
Set Infront ... “PM3:50” is displayed.
Set Back ... “3:50PM” is displayed.
3
Tap the
Set
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button after the setting.
■Summer time
You can adjust the current time by one hour.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Summer time .
2
User setting
⇒
Initial settings
⇒
The Summer time setting screen is displayed.
Changing from Disable to Enable … (Current time + 1 hr) is
displayed.
Summer time
Enable
Disable
Changing from Enable to Disable … ( Current time – 1 hr) is
displayed.
Back
Select the item.
■Contrast
You can adjust the contrast of the LCD.
1
Tap the
Menu
Contrast .
button on the TOP screen and select
Adjust
Contrast
2
User setting
⇒
Initial settings
⇒
The Contrast Adjustment screen is displayed.
Tap the “Contrast” on the Initial settings menu screen. The contrast
on the screen changes by tapping the Dark or Bright button to
Dark
select a desired contrast.
Set
Bright
3
Tap the
Set
button after the setting.
Back
[When the contrast differs between the top and bottom of the screen]
4
Tap the
5
he contrast of the lower half of the screen changes when you tap
T
the Dark / Bright button. Adjust the contrast so that the upper
Upper/Lower Contrast
Adjust contrast between upper and lower.
Dark
button to display the Upper/Lower Contrast
screen.
and lower halves of the screen match.
Set
6
Bright
Adjust
After you make the settings, tap the
Back
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Set
button.
■Backlight
You can turn ON/OFF the backlight and set the lighting period.
1
Tap the
Menu
Backlight .
button on the TOP screen and select
2
⇒
Initial settings
⇒
The Backlight setting screen is displayed.
Tap the ON or OFF buttons for the backlight lighting and the lighting
Period (5 - 90 sec, at 5-sec intervals).
Backlight
ON
OFF
User setting
ON …The “Backlight” lights when the LCD is tapped.
Seconds
If no operation is made for the set time, it turns off
automatically.
Set
Select the item.
OFF …The “backlight” does not light even if the LCD is tapped.
Back
3
Tap the
Set
button after the setting.
■Controller sound
You can set to have the controller sound ON/OFF when the touch panel is operated.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
⇒ Controller sound .
2
⇒
Initial settings
The Controller sound setting screen is displayed.
Tap ON or OFF for the controller sound.
Controller sound
ON
hen a button on the screen is tapped, a “beep” sounds.
ON … W
OFF
Select the item.
User setting
OFF … There is no beep.
Back
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■Operation lamp luminance
You can adjust the operation lamp luminance.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Operation lamp luminance .
2
User setting
⇒
Initial settings
⇒
The Operation lamp luminance adjustment screen is displayed.
You can adjust the luminance of the operation lamp to a desired
level by tapping the ▲ Light / ▼ Dark button.
Operation lamp luminance
▲Light
Set
3
After you make the settings, tap the
Set
button.
▼Dark
Back
Use ▲▼ to adjust light and dark.
Timer
Advice
· The Clock setting (☞page 33) must be made when the Set ON timer by clock or Set OFF timer by clock is used.
1
Tap the
Menu
button on the TOP screen and select
2
Timer
Set ON timer by hour
Set OFF timer by hour
Set ON timer by clock
Set OFF timer by clock
Confirm
Select the item.
Back
Useful functions
⇒ Timer
Tap a desired item on the Timer menu.
・Set ON timer by hour
・Set OFF timer by hour
・Set ON timer by clock
……☞page 39
……☞page 40
……☞page 41
・Set OFF timer by clock
・Confirm
……☞page 41
……☞page 42
When the timer is set, the
Confirm
button is displayed.
The button is not displayed unless the timer is set.
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■Operation of each timer
・Sleep timer (☞page 21)
Stops the operation of the unit when the amount of time set has elapsed since the start of the operation. When the setting is enabled,
this timer will activate whenever any operation starts.
・Set ON timer by hour (☞page 39) When the set time elapses, the air conditioner starts.
Operating conditions at the start of operation can be set.
Operation takes place once at each setting.
・Set OFF timer by hour (☞page 40) When the set time elapses, the air conditioner stops.
Operation takes place once at each setting.
・Set ON timer by clock (☞page 41) The air conditioner starts at the set time.
Operating conditions at the start of operation can be set.
Only one day (Once) operation or operation Everyday can be set.
・Set OFF timer by clock (☞page 41)
The air conditioner stops at the set time.
Only one day (Once) operation or operation Everyday can be set
・Weekly timer (☞page 42)
On timer and Off timer on weekly basis can be set.
■Setting of each timer can be combined. Allowable combination settings are as shown below.
Allowable combination setting (○: Allowed, ╳: Prohibited)
Sleep
Sleep
OFF: Hours
ON: Hours
OFF: Clock
ON: Clock
Weekly
×
×
○
○
○
OFF: Hours
×
×
×
×
×
ON: Hours
×
×
×
×
×
OFF: Clock
○
×
×
○
×
ON: Clock
○
×
×
○
×
Weekly
○
×
×
×
×
If a prohibited combination setting is made, a message “The combination can't be accepted” is displayed for 3 seconds.
■Priority order of the timer settings (①→③) is as follows.
① Set OFF timer by hour/clock, weekly OFF timer
② Sleep timer
③ Set ON timer by hour/clock, weekly ON timer
■On the TOP screen, the timer is displayed from the earliest one out of OFF time of the sleep timer, ON time and OFF time.
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■Set ON timer by hour
When the set time elapses, the air conditioner starts.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Set ON timer by hour .
2
Useful functions
⇒ Timer ⇒
The Set ON timer by hour setting screen is displayed.
Select desired hours for the period to start operation by timer with
the ▲
▼ buttons.
Set ON timer by hour
A/C will start at the set hours later.
Range of setting time: 1 to 12 hours (at 1-hr intervals)
hours
Next
3
Cancel
Set
Back
4
Set ON timer by hour
Details
Warming up
Previous
Cooling
Set
button. (☞4)
Set
button.
Set the following operating conditions.
① Warming up ON/OFF (the Main R/C only)
② Operation mode
… ☞5
③ Set temp
… ☞6
④ Fan speed
… ☞7
■Warming up setting can be made with the main R/C only.
Back
■Set the operation mode before setting the set temperature.
Select the item to change.
Advice
Next
When operating conditions are not set, tap the
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
Set temp
When operating conditions at the start of operation are set, tap the
Warming up
· To warm up the room temperature closed to the set temperature at the set start time of the operation, the microcomputer estimates the
start time of the operation based on the last warming up operation and starts the operation 5 to 60 minutes earlier.
· When the warming up is turned ON, set the timer at one hour earlier or more than the start operation by timer.
If it is set in less than one hour, a message “Warming up cancelled” is displayed on the screen. (This is used as the Set ON timer by hour
and clock.)
5
Set ON timer by hour
Fan
Cooling
Dry
Tap a desired operation mode.
If the No setting button is tapped, it starts operation at the last
action. (☞4)
Heating
Auto
No setting
Back
Please select operation mode.
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6
Set ON timer by hour
Auto
▲
▼ buttons. Or tap the Auto button and select the
auto temp setting.
Tap the
Set
button after the adjustment. (☞4)
When the No setting button is tapped, “--°C” is displayed, and it
starts operation at the last setting temperature.
Set
No setting
Select a desired temperature (at 1°C intervals) with the
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set temp & tap [Set].
7
Set ON timer by hour
8
Auto
No setting
Back
Tap a desired fan speed.
If the No setting button is tapped, it operates at the last action. (☞
4)
fter setting the desired contents at the screen of the step 4 on the
A
previous page, tap the Set button.
Operation will start at set hours later.
Select the fan speed.
■Set OFF timer by hour
When the set time elapses, the air conditioner stops.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Set OFF timer by hour .
2
Useful functions
⇒ Timer ⇒
The Set OFF timer by hour setting screen is displayed.
Select desired hours to stop operation with the
Set OFF timer by hour
▲
buttons.
A/C will stop at the set hours later.
Range of setting time: 1 to 12 hours (at 1-hr intervals)
hours
Cancel
3
Set
Tap the
Set
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
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button after the setting.
▼
■Set ON timer by clock
Starts the operation of the unit at the set clock time.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Set ON timer by clock .
2
The Set OFF timer by hour setting screen is displayed.
▲
A/C will start at the set clock time.
AM
3
Once
Cancel
⇒ Timer ⇒
Select a desired time to start operation (5-min intervals) with the
Set ON timer by clock
Next
Useful functions
Set
▼
buttons.
When operating conditions at the start of operation are set, tap the
button to set operation conditions.
Next
The operation conditions can be set the same way as the Set ON
timer by hour settings (☞page 39 4 to 7)
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
If operating conditions are not set, tap the
Set
button.
The Set ON timer by clock can be operated one day (Once) or
everyday.
If it is operated everyday, tap the
Once
/ Everyday button to
change the display to “Everyday”.
■Set OFF timer by clock
Stops the operation of the unit at the set clock time.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Set OFF timer by clock .
2
⇒ Timer ⇒
The Set OFF timer by clock setting screen is displayed.
Select a desired time to stop operation (5-min intervals) with the
Set OFF timer by clock
A/C will stop at the set clock time.
AM
3
Once
Cancel
Useful functions
Set
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
Back
▲
▼
Tap the
Set
buttons.
button after the setting.
The Set OFF timer by clock can be operated one day (Once) or
everyday.
If it is operated everyday, tap the
change the display to “Everyday”.
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Once
/ Everyday button to
■Confirm
1
Confirm
Timer type
OFF:Hours
ON:Hours
OFF:Clock
ON:Clock
Weekly
Sleep
When you tap the
Confirm button on the Timer menu screen,
the contents of the current timer settings are displayed.
■When the warming up is set, “
confirmation screen.
Setting status
No setting
No setting
No setting
No setting
5:00 PM (Wed) ON
240min. OFF
” is displayed in front of the operation mode on
Back
Weekly timer
You can set four on timer and off timer operations for each day of the week.
Advice
· The Clock setting (☞page 33) must be made when the weekly timer is used.
· The weekly timer can be set from the main R/C only.
1
Tap the
Menu
button on the TOP screen and select
Useful functions
⇒
Weekly timer
.
Enter the administrator password if the administrator password input screen is displayed.
■There are cases that the Input password screen is displayed by the Permission/Prohibition setting.
(☞page 53)
2
Weekly timer
Select the item.
week to be set.
① Weekdays : Monday - Friday
Weekdays
Sat, Sun
All days
Each day
3
When the screen to select the setting range, select a day of the
1
4
② Sat. Sun : Saturday, Sunday
(☞5)
③ All days : Monday - Sunday
2
Back
④ Each day : Moves to the day of the week setting screen. (☞3)
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3
hen a desired day of the week ① is tapped on the display,
W
contents of current setting for the day are displayed. (☞5)
4
or the holiday setting, tap the block ② under the day to switch
F
between “ ” (the holiday setting) and “(Blank)” (reset). Weekly timer
1
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
2
Timer does not operate on the day set as holiday.
Invalid Setting:Tap box below day of week.
If invalid is selected, timer won't start
All Disable
Two or more holidays can be set.
Back
■To enable the timer on the day set as holiday, it is necessary to reset the holiday
setting.
Select the day of the week.
When tapping ③ “All Disable” button, the timer does not operate on
all days of the week.
3
When the timer is used, be sure not to set “All Disable".
5
Weekly timer
Weekdays
State
Type
Time
Enable ON
Enable ON
Enable OFF
Enable ON
11:00
0:00
0:00
0:00
1
Change
Enter
Mode Fan
AM
AM
AM
AM
Temp
Screen to check contents of current setting is displayed.
When the contents are changed or new setting is added, select a ①
setting line No. and tap the ② Change button.
Auto Auto
Next
Back
Select a line & tap [Change].
2
6
Weekly timer
Weekdays:No.1
State
Enable
Type
ON
Next
2
AM
3
1
Set
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
Back
Detail setting screen for the timer setting contents is displayed.
① Tap the State button to switch between “State Enable” and
“State Disable”.
② Tap the Type button to switch between the “OFF timer” and
the “ON timer”.
③ Select a desired time (at 5-min intervals) with the
▲
▼ buttons.
④ In case of “ON timer” when the Next button is tapped,
operating conditions at the start of operation can be set. (☞7)
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7
Weekly timer
Details
Warming up
Previous
Set
① Warming up ON/OFF
( Operation starts 5 to 60 minutes earlier in order to warm up the
room temperature closed to the set temp at the set start time of
operation.)
Cooling
Set temp
Set the following operating conditions.
② Operation mode…☞8
Back
Select the item to change.
③ Set temp
…☞9
④ Fan speed
…☞10
■Set the operation mode before setting the set temperature.
8
When the No setting button is tapped, it operates with the same
operation mode at the last action. (☞7)
Weekly timer
Cooling
Fan
Dry
Heating
Tap a desired operation mode.
Auto
No setting
Back
Please select operation mode.
9
Weekly timer
Auto
Select a desired temperature (at 1°C intervals) with the
▲
▼ buttons. Or tap the Auto button to select the
Auto temp setting.
Tap the
Set
button after the selection. (☞7)
Set
No setting
Tap ▲▼ to set temp & tap [Set].
Back
When the No setting button is tapped, “--°C” is displayed, and it
starts operation at the last setting temperature.
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10 Tap a desired fan speed.
When the No setting button is tapped, starts operation at the last
fan speed. (☞7)
Weekly timer
11 After setting desired contents at the screen of 7, tap the
Auto
No setting
Back
Set
button.
Select the fan speed.
12 Display the setting contents check screen. To register the setting,
tap the Enter button.
Weekly timer
Weekdays
State
Type
Time
Enable ON
Enable ON
Enable OFF
Enable ON
11:00
0:00
0:00
0:00
Change
Mode Fan
AM
AM
AM
AM
Auto Auto
Next
Enter
Temp
Back
Select a line & tap [Change].
(1) In case of group setting (2-①Weekdays, 2-②Sat/Sun, 2-③All
days setting), move to the group setting screen. (☞13)
(2) In case of the individual setting (2-④Each day setting), save
the setting and move to a day of the week selection screen. (☞
3)
13 Display the group setting acknowledge screen. Tap the
Yes
button and save the setting.
The display changes to a day of the week setting check screen
after saving. (☞3)
Weekly timer
Do you want to apply group setting?
Yes
When making the setting after changing a day of the week, repeat
the setting from the step 3.
Back
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Home leave mode [Administrator password]
Use this function to maintain the room temperature at a moderate level for avoiding extremely hot or cool after leaving
home.
■Cooling and heating operations are controlled according to the outdoor air temperature.
■The set temperature and fan speed can be set.
Advice
· The Clock setting (☞page 33) must be made when the home leave mode is used.
· The home leave mode can be controlled from the main R/C only.
[To start operation from the
1
Tap the
Menu
button]
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Useful functions
⇒
Home leave
.
The administrator password input screen is displayed.
Input the administrator password.
2
Display the home leave mode (Start, End) screen.
Tap the Start button to start the home leave mode operation.
Home leave mode
To stop the home leave mode operation, tap the End button.
Start
End
Details
Back
Select the item.
MEETING1
16:00 (Mon)
Auto
Timer
Menu
Set temp
3
hen the unit is in Home leave mode, “In operation for home leave.”
W
will be displayed on the message display.
Direction
Room
In operation for home leave.
F1: Silent mode cont.
F2: Home leave mode
[To start operation from the F1 , F2 switches]
Use the F1/F2 function setting to change the function of the F1 ( F2 ) switch to Home leave mode.
When you press the F1 ( F2 ) switch, the administrator password input screen is displayed.
After you enter the password, the home leave mode will start.
To terminate the home leave mode, press the F1 ( F2 ) button again.
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[To change the operation conditions]
1
Tap the
Menu
Details .
button on the TOP screen and select
2
Home leave mode
Determine temp rule in cooling
Useful functions
⇒
Home leave
⇒
he Details setting menu is displayed. The following items can be
T
set.
① Determine temp rule in cooling: Set the outdoor temperature to
Determine temp rule in heating
judge the operation mode in cooling.
Allowable setting range: 26°C to 35°C (at 3°C intervals)
Factory settings: 35°C
(☞3)
② Determine temp rule in heating: Set the outdoor temperature to
judge the operation mode in heating.
Allowable setting range: 0°C to 15°C (at 3°C intervals)
Factory settings: 0°C
(☞4)
③ Set temp rule in cooling: Set the indoor temperature to start
operation in cooling.
Allowable setting range: 26°C to 33°C (at 1°C intervals)
Factory settings: 33°C
(☞5)
④ Set temp rule in heating: Set the indoor temperature to start
operation in heating.
Allowable setting range: 10°C to 18°C (at 1°C intervals)
Factory settings: 10°C
(☞6)
⑤ Fan speed rule in cooling: Set the fan speed in cooling mode.
Factory settings: Low
(☞7)
⑥ Fan speed rule in heating: Set the fan speed in heating mode.
Factory settings: Low
(☞8)
Set temp rule in cooling
Set temp rule in heating
Fan speed rule in cooling
Next
Back
Select the item.
Home leave mode
Fan speed rule in heating
Previous
Back
Select the item.
■Items set at the details setting menu are effective for the operation at the next
home leave mode.
3
Set the outdoor temperature for the “Determine temp rule in cooling”.
Select a desired setting temperature (26°C to 35°C, at 3°C intervals).
with the ▲
▼ buttons.
Determine temp rule in cooling
Tap ▲▼ to set offset value.
Tap the
Set
Set
Back
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button after the setting.
4
Set the outdoor temperature for the “Determine temp rule in heating”.
Select a desired set temp (0°C to 15°C, at 5°C intervals) with the
Determine temp rule in heating
Tap ▲▼ to set offset value.
▲
▼
Tap the
Set
buttons.
button after the setting.
Set
Back
5
Set temp rule in cooling
Tap ▲▼ to set offset value.
et the indoor temperature to start operation in cooling after setting
S
the “Determine temp rule in cooling”.
Select a desired set temp (26°C to 33°C, at 1°C intervals) with the
Set
▲
▼
Tap the
Set
buttons.
button after the setting.
Back
6
Set temp rule in heating
Tap ▲▼ to set offset value.
et the indoor temperature to start operation in heating after setting
S
the “Determine temp rule in heating”.
Select a desired set temp (10°C to 18°C, at 1°C intervals) with the
Set
▲
▼
Tap the
Set
buttons.
button after the setting.
Back
7
Set the fan speed in cooling mode.
Tap a desired fan speed.
Fan speed rule in cooling
Back
Select the fan speed.
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8
Set the fan speed in heating mode.
Tap a desired fan speed.
Fan speed rule in heating
Back
Select the fan speed.
9
After the settings of steps 3 to 8, the display returns to the Details setting menu 1.
Tap the Back button to return to the home leave mode screen. To start operation, tap the Start button.
Registering favorite settings
Operation mode, set temp, fan speed, fan direction can be registered as Favorite set 1 and Favorite set 2.
Allocating these settings to the F1 and F2 switches allows you to perform operations with these registered
settings with a single tap of the button (☞page 63).
Refer to the F1/F2 function setting (☞page 63) on how to set the F1 and F2 switches.
1
Favorite setting
Tap the
Saving current state of operation
Saving where?
Favorite set 1
n the TOP screen, set the desired operation mode, set temp, fan
O
speed, and flap direction.
Menu
Useful functions
Favorite set 2
button on the TOP screen and select
⇒ Favorite setting .
The administrator password input screen is displayed.
Enter the administrator password.
■You cannot register the favorite settings during high power and energy-saving
operations.
Back
2
The save location selection screen for favorite settings is displayed.
Select the save location.
If there is any data that was previously saved, that data will be
overwritten.
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Favorite setting operation
You can start an operation with the operation mode, set temp, fan speed, flap direction registered to Favorite set 1
and Favorite set 2.
Settings for the operation mode, set temp, fan speed, flap direction can be registered from Favorite setting on the
menu (☞page 49).
Favorite setting operation must be set to the F1 or F2 switch (☞page 63).
Menu
16:32 (Mon)
Cooling
Set temp
When you press the F1 ( F2 ) switch, the operation mode, set
temp, fan speed, flap direction registered to Favorite set 1 or
Favorite set 2 will be enabled.
■Operation will start even if you press the F1 ( F2 ) switch while the unit is
stopped.
Timer
■You can change the operation mode, set temp, fan speed, flap direction after
the operation has started with the favorite setting operation.
In operation for running.
F1: Favorite set 1
Direction
1
F2: Favorite set 2
■Following power on, the unit starts to operate initially with the following settings
for both Favorite set 1 and Favorite set 2.
Operation mode
...Cooling
Set temp
...28°C
Fan speed
...3-speed
Flap direction
...Position 2 (☞page 10)
*When an FDK with a left/right flap is connected
Left/right flap direction
...Center
3D AUTO
...Disabled
■When Change set temp, Change operation mode, Change flap direction,
Change fan speed are restricted by the Permission/Prohibition setting (☞page
52), restricted items will not be reflected to the Favorite setting operation.
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Administrator settings [Administrator password]
1
Tap the Menu button on the TOP screen and select User setting ⇒
Administrator settings
.
The administrator password input screen is displayed.
Enter the administrator password.
2
Administrator settings
Permission/Prohibition setting
Outdoor unit silent mode timer
Setting temp range
Temp increment setting
Set temp display
Next
Back
Select the item.
Administrator settings
hen the administrator setting menu is displayed, tap a desired
W
item.
■ Permission/Prohibition setting …☞page52
■ Outdoor unit silent mode timer …☞page53
■ Setting temp range
…☞page54
■ Temp increment setting
…☞page56
■ Set temp display
…☞page56
■ R/C display setting
…☞page57
■ Change administrator password …☞page62
■ F1/F2 function setting
…☞page63
R/C display setting
Change administrator password
F1/F2 function setting
Previous
Back
Select the item.
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■Permission/Prohibition setting
1
Tap the Menu button on the TOP screen and select User setting ⇒ Administrator settings
Permission/Prohibition setting . The Permission/Prohibition setting menu is displayed.
2
Permission/Prohibition setting
Bat.set.
⇒
Following
items can be selected, and the Permission or Prohibition
can be set for them.
If the Permission is set, the operation is accepted.
Run/Stop
If the Prohibition is set, the message “Invalid request” is displayed
for 3 seconds.
Change set temp
Change operation mode
Change flap direction
Next
Back
Select the item.
Some items may require the administrator password.
■Operation with Prohibition setting
Permission/Prohibition setting
Individual flap control
Change the fan speed
① Bat.set
.... Can set to permit/prohibit all items from ② to ⑬ at
once.
② Run/Stop …R
un/Stop operation is prohibited.
set temp
③ Change
… Change set temp operation is prohibited.
④ Change operation mode … Change operation mode operation is prohibited.
High power operation
⑤ Change flap direction … Change flap direction operation is prohibited.
Energy-saving operation
flap control ⑥ Individual
Timer
… Administrator password is required for this control.
the fan speed … Change fan speed operation is prohibited.
⑦ Change
Previous
Next
Back
⑧ High power operation … High power operation is prohibited.
operation … E
nergy-saving operation is prohibited.
⑨ Energy-saving
Select the item.
Permission/Prohibition setting
Weekly timer
Select the language
⑩ Timer … Timer setting operation is prohibited.
timer
⑪ Weekly
… Administrator password is required for these settings.
the language ⑫ Select
… Administrator password is required for this selection.
⑬ Anti draft setting
... Administrator password is required when setting anti
draft.
Anti draft setting
Previous
Back
Select the item.
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3
Run/Stop
Tap
Permission
or
Prohibition
for each item.
Permission
Prohibition
Back
Select the item.
■Outdoor unit silent mode timer
Set the period of time to operate the OU with prioritizing the quietness.
When the Outdoor unit silent mode timer setting is Enabled, the silent mode operation starts and ends everyday at
the same time until the setting is Disable.
Silent mode operation can be started from an R/C operation without using the timer.
Use Silent mode cont. (☞page 63) for the F1 and F2 switches.
Advice
· When the Outdoor unit silent mode timer is used, the Clock setting (☞page 33) must be made.
· The Outdoor unit silent mode timer can be set from the main R/C only.
· The air-conditioner cannot be operated at the maximum capacity during the silent mode operation.
1
Tap the Menu button on the TOP screen and select
Outdoor unit silent mode timer .
2
Start time
0:00 AM
Change
End time
1:00 AM
Set
Select the item.
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Outdoor unit silent mode timer setting screen is displayed.
If it is OK that the Silent mode operation is performed at the start and
end time displayed on the screen, tap the State button to select
Outdoor unit silent mode timer
State
Disable
User setting
Back
“State Enable”.
■ When the State button indicates “State Disable”, the Outdoor unit silent
mode timer is not controlled.
After changing to a desired setting, tap the
Set
button.
To change the start time or the end time, tap the Change button.
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3
Set the start time for the Outdoor unit silent mode timer.
Select a desired time (at 5-min intervals) with the
Outdoor unit silent mode timer
▲
▼
buttons.
Start time
AM
Set
If the Set button is tapped after setting the start time, the display
changes to the end time setting screen. Set a desired time (at 5-min
intervals) for the end time and tap the Set button.
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
Outdoor unit silent mode timer
End time
AM
Set
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set clock time & tap [Set].
■Setting temp range
Limited range of setting temperature in the heating or the cooling operation can be selected.
1
Tap the
Menu button on the TOP screen and select
Setting temp range .
Setting temp range
Menu
Setting upper/lower limit temp in cooling
Setting upper/lower limit temp in heating
Temp range setting Enable/Disable
Select the item.
Back
2
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
Setting temp range menu screen is displayed.
① Setting upper/lower limit temp in cooling (☞2)
... Set the range of setting temperature in the cooling operation.
(Including the Dry and Auto operations)
② Setting upper/lower limit temp in heating (☞3)
... Set the range of setting temperature in the heating operation.
③ Temp range setting Enable/Disable (☞4)
... Set whether the limit on the setting temperature range is
enabled or disabled.
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Setting upper/lower limit temp in cooling
Menu
3
Select at desired lower and upper limit temperatures (at 1°C
intervals) with the ▲
▼ buttons.
Cool/Dry/Fan
lower limit
upper limit
Set
Set the range of setting temperature in the cooling operation.
After Selecting the desired settings, tap the Set button.
Back
Tap ▲▼ to set temp & tap [Set].
4
Select desired lower and upper limit temperatures (at 1°C intervals)
with the ▲
▼ buttons.
Setting upper/lower limit temp in heating
Heating
lower limit
upper limit
Set
Set the range of setting temperature in the heating operation.
After selecting the desired settings, tap the Set button.
Back
■Setting temperatures can be set in the following ranges.
Tap ▲▼ to set temp & tap [Set].
Cooling/Dry/Auto
Heating
Mid temperature cooling
5
Temp range setting Enable/Disable
Disable
Enable
Enable : No reflect on display
Select the item.
Back
Lower limit value
16 to 28°C
10 to 22°C
10 to 18°C
Upper limit value
30 to 35°C
22 to 30°C
22 to 30°C
Select the control contents of restriction on the setting temperature
range.
① Disable
... Restriction on the setting temperature range is disabled.
② Enable
... The operation is restricted within the set temperature range.
③ Enable: No reflect on display
... The set temperature on the R/C can be displayed beyond the
set temperature range but actual operation is restricted within
the set temperature range.
Advice
· Over-cooling during the cooling operation or over-heating during the heating operation is not economical.
· It is recommended to set the temperature range a little higher in the cooling operation or a little lower in the heating operation.
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■Temp increment setting
Temperature increment for the change of the set temp can be changed.
1
Tap the Menu button on the TOP screen and select
Temp increment setting .
2
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Temp increment setting screen is displayed.
Tap a desired temperature increment.
Temp increment setting
① 1.0°C........ Setting temperature can be set at 1.0°C intervals.
(ex. …⇔ 24.0°C ⇔ 25.0°C ⇔ 26.0°C ⇔…)
② 0.5°C........ Setting temperature can be set at 0.5°C intervals.
(ex. …⇔ 24.0°C ⇔ 24.5°C ⇔ 25.0°C ⇔…)
Select the item.
Back
■Set temp display
Set temp displayed on the TOP screen can be changed.
1
Tap the Menu button on the TOP screen and select
Set temp display .
2
Set temp display
Display set temp
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Set temp display menu is displayed.
① Display set temp
... S
et temp is displayed.
Display temp difference from base temp
② Display temp difference from base temp
... The difference from the base temperature is displayed. When
you select the Display temp difference from base temp, the
Select the item.
Base temp setting screen is displayed (☞2).
Back
3
Set the base temperature.
Base temp setting
Set the base temp
Set
Tap ▲▼ to set temp & tap [Set].
Back
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■R/C display setting
Contents of display on the R/C can be changed.
1
Tap the
Menu button on the TOP screen and select
R/C display setting .
2
R/C display setting
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
The R/C display setting menu screen is displayed.
Room name
① Room name …☞page 58
Name of IU
② Name of I/U …☞page 58
③ Indoor temp display
…☞page 59
④ Error code display
…☞page 60
⑤ Heating standby display
…☞page 60
⑥ Defrost operation display
…☞page 61
⑦ Auto cooling/heating display
…☞page 61
Indoor temp display
Error code display
Heating standby display
Next
Back
Select the item.
⑧ Display temp of R/C, Room, Outdoor…☞page 62
R/C display setting
Defrost operation display
Auto cooling/heating display
Display temp of R/C, Room, Outdoor
Previous
Back
Select the item.
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⇒
① Room name
Set the room name to be displayed on the TOP screen.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
R/C display setting ⇒ Room name .
Room name
Set
Number
Alphabet
カナ
漢字
Delete
2
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Room name input screen is displayed.
The room name can be set with up to 9 2-byte letters (18 1-byte
letters).
汉字
Next
User setting
You can enter alphanumeric, Japanese Kana, Kanji, Cyrillic, or
Chinese characters.
Tap the Previous or
group.
Back
Input the name & tap [Set].
button to display next character
Next
When you have finished inputting the room name, tap
Set
.
The room name is displayed on the TOP screen.
MEETING1
14:00 (Tue)
Auto
CENTER
Menu
Direction
Set temp
Timer
In operation for running.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
② Name of IU
Set the name of IU to be added to the IU address button.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
R/C display setting ⇒ Name of IU .
2
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
The IU select screen is displayed.
When two or more IUs are connected to the R/C, a list of IUs is
displayed. Tap the button for the IU (address number) to set the
name.
IU select
Next
Back
Select an IU address.
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⇒
Name of IU
Set
Number
Alphabet
カナ
漢字
Delete
3
hen the letter selection screen is displayed same as at the setting
W
of the name of R/C (☞ 58), enter letters.
The name of IU can be entered up to 4 2-byte (8 1-byte) letters.
汉字
Next
When the input is over, tap the
Set button. The text “The
registration is completed.” is displayed, and the settings are
completed.
Back
Input the name & tap [Set].
③ Indoor temp. display
Select ON/OFF for the room temperature display.
1
Tap the
Menu
R/C display setting
button on the TOP screen and select
⇒ Indoor temp display .
2
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Indoor temp display screen is displayed.
On the Indoor temp display screen, select ON/OFF of the display.
When R/C sensor setting is enabled, the room temperature (R/C) is
displayed (refer to the installation manual on how to make these
settings).
Indoor temp display
OFF
ON
Back
Select the item.
OFF…Room temperature is not displayed on the TOP screen.
ON … Room temperature is displayed on the TOP screen.
When R/C sensor setting is disabled, the room temperature ○°C is
MEETING1
16:00 (Mon)
Auto
Timer
Menu
Set temp
displayed.
Direction
Room
Now stopping.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
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MEETING1
16:00 (Mon)
Menu
Auto
Timer
When R/C sensor setting is enabled, the room temperature (R/C) ○
°C is displayed (refer to the installation manual on how to make
these settings).
Set temp
Direction
Room(R/C)
In operation for running.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
④ Error code display
Select ON/OFF for the Error code display.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
R/C display setting ⇒ Error code display .
2
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Error code display screen is displayed.
On the Error code display selection screen, select ON/OFF of the
display.
Error code display
ON
OFF
ON ... W
hen there is any error on the unit, the message
Select the item.
“Prot.stp.ON E○ Touch here for contact. History can be
checked from Menu.” is displayed on the TOP screen
message display.
Back
OFF... The message is not displayed even if there is any error.
⑤ Heating standby display
Select ON/OFF for the Heating standby display.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
R/C display setting ⇒ Heating standby display .
2
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Heating standby display selection screen is displayed.
On the Heating standby display selection screen, select ON/OFF of
the display.
Heating standby display
ON
OFF
Select the item.
User setting
The heating standby control is operated to prevent blowing of cold
air at the start of heating operation.
Back
ON … The message “Heating standby” is displayed during the
heating standby control.
OFF… The message “Heating standby” is not displayed.
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⑥ Defrost operation display
When frost on the OU heat exchanger is accumulated and the conditions for start defrosting are established, the
defrost operation control is performed automatically. Select ON/OFF for the Defrost operation display.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
R/C display setting ⇒ Defrost operation display .
Menu
2
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Defrost operation display selection screen is displayed.
On the Defrost operation display selection screen, select ON/OFF of
the display. The heating standby control is operated to prevent
blowing of cold air at the start of a heating operation.
Defrost operation display
ON
OFF
ON … The message “Defrost operation” is displayed during the
defrost operation.
OFF… The message “Defrost operation” is not displayed.
Back
Select the item.
⑦ Auto cooling/heating display
Select ON/OFF for the display of the Auto cooling or heating.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
R/C display setting ⇒ Auto cooling/heating display .
Menu
2
Auto cooling/heating display
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
The Auto cooling/heating display selection screen is displayed.
On the Auto cooling/heating display selection screen, select ON/OFF
ON
of the display.
OFF
ON … The message “Auto Cooling” or “Auto Heating” is displayed
on the “Change operation mode” button at the TOP screen
during the auto mode operation.
Select the item.
Back
OFF… The message “Auto” is displayed on the “Change operation
mode” button at the TOP screen.
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⑧ Display temp of R/C, Room, Outdoor
Select ON/OFF for the display of the R/C sensor temperature, room temperature and outdoor temperature.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select User setting
Menu
.
R/C display setting ⇒
Display temp of R/C, Room, Outdoor
2
Display temp of R/C, Room, Outdoor
⇒
Administrator settings
⇒
he Display temp of R/C, Room, Outdoor selection screen is
T
displayed.
On the Display temp of R/C, Room, Outdoor selection screen, select
ON/OFF of the display.
ON … E
ach temperature is displayed on the TOP screen.
OFF… These temperatures are not displayed on the TOP screen.
ON
OFF
Select the item.
Back
■Change administrator password
Administrator password can be changed.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Change administrator password .
2
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
The Change administrator password screen is displayed.
Enter the password (4-digit number) and tap the
Change administrator password
⇒
Set
button.
Delete
Set
Input 4 digit number & tap [Set]
Back
3
Change administrator password
he password change confirmation screen is displayed for 3
T
seconds, and the display returns to the administrator settings menu
screen.
Password has been changed.
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■F1/F2 function setting
Use the F1 and F2 switches to change the functions to operate.
1
Tap the
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
F1/F2 function setting .
2
User setting
⇒
Administrator settings
The F1/F2 function setting screen is displayed.
On the F1/F2 function setting screen, tap the side ( F1 or F2
F1/F2 function setting
Select the function of F1/F2
switch) you desire to change.
The currently set functions are displayed below the buttons.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
Back
3
Select the function to set to the F1 or F2 switch.
The following functions can be selected.
F1/F2 function setting
High power operation
・High power operation
Energy-saving operation
…☞page 14
・Energy-saving operation …☞page 15
Silent mode cont.
Home leave mode
Favorite set 1
Next
Back
・Silent mode control
…☞page 64
・Home leave mode
…☞page 46
・Favorite setting operation…☞page 50
・Filter sign reset
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…☞page 65
⇒
Silent mode control
The OU is controlled with priority on quietness. You can start/stop the silent mode control with a single tap of a button.
Silent mode control must be set to the F1 or F2 switch (☞page 63). Use the Outdoor unit silent mode timer
to set the start and end time (☞page 53).
1
When you press the F1 ( F2 ) switch, the administrator password input screen is displayed.
After you enter the password, the silent mode control will start.
MEETING1
16:00 (Mon)
Auto
Timer
Menu
Set temp
2
uring silent mode control, “Outdoor unit silent mode control ON”
D
will be displayed on the message display.
Direction
Room
Outdoor unit silent mode control ON
F1: Silent mode cont
3
F2: Home leave mode
When you press the F1 ( F2 ) switch during silent mode control, the display changes to the administrator
password input screen. After you enter the password, the silent mode control will terminate.
■Silent mode control will not be disabled even if you press the
Run/Stop
switch.
Terminate the control with the F1 ( F2 ) switch.
■This operation is to select enable/disable of silent mode control. You cannot start the operation with the F1 ( F2 ) switches.
Start the operation with the
Run/Stop
switch.
■When the sub R/C is set, the silent mode control cannot be used.
■During silent mode control, operation with maximum capacity is not allowed.
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Select the language
Select the language to be displayed on the R/C.
1
Tap the Menu button on the TOP screen and select Useful functions ⇒
Select the language
.
■Depending on how the Permission/Prohibition setting (☞page 52) is set, the administrator password input screen may be
displayed.
2
Select the language
The menu for select the language is displayed.
Select the language to be displayed on the R/C and tap the
Set
button.
You can select from the following languages:
English/German/French/Spanish/Italian/
Set
Next
Dutch/Turkish/Portugal/Russian/
Back
Polish/Japanese/Chinese
Select the language
Filter sign reset
In order to announce the time for cleaning of the air filter, the message of “Filter cleaning. Touch here.” is displayed
when the cumulative operation time of the IU reaches the preset time. After you clean the filter, you must reset the
operation time.
MEETING1
16:00 (Mon)
Menu
Set temp
Direction
1
Tap the message display on the TOP screen.
You can also perform filter sign reset from the menu before the
message “Filter cleaning. Touch here.” is displayed.
Tap the
Timer
Room(R/C)
Filter cleaning. Touch here.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
button on the TOP screen and select
Menu
Filter
⇒ Filter sign reset .
You can also use the F1 and F2 switches to perform this
operation.
Set the filter sign reset to the F1 ( F2 ) switch using the Switch
function (☞page 63) to perform this operation.
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2
Filter sign reset
The filter sign reset menu screen is displayed.
Reset
To reset the filter sign, tap
Setting next cleaning date
Reset
. (☞3)
To set next cleaning date, tap Setting next cleaning date. (☞4)
Back
Select the item.
3 Acknowledge screen for the Filter sign reset screen is displayed.
Filter sign reset
Tap the Yes button.
Do you want to reset the filter sign?
If you do not want to reset, tap the Back button.
Yes
Back
Select the item.
4
Setting next cleaning date
dd
Select a desired date with the
Set
mm
Cancel
Set
Set the date.
The Setting next cleaning date screen is displayed.
▲
▼
buttons and tap the
button.
The message of “Filter cleaning. Touch here.” will be displayed on
the set date.
Back
Advice
· When setting next cleaning date, the Clock setting must be made. (☞page 33)
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5. Maintenance of unit and LCD
Maintenance of unit and LCD
■Wipe the surface of LCD and main body of the remote control with a dry cloth when cleaning is required.
■If the dirt on the surface cannot be removed, soak the cloth in neutral detergent diluted with water, squeeze the cloth tightly, and clean the
surface. Wipe the surface with a dry cloth then.
Note
Do not use any paint thinner, organic solvent, or strong acid.
Warning
Do not use flammable materials (e.g. hairspray or insecticide) near
the unit.
Do not clean the unit with benzene or paint thinner.
It could cause crack damage to the unit, electric shocks, or fire.
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6. Useful information
Contact company & Error display
If any error occurs on the air conditioner, the “Unit protection stop” is indicated on the message display. Take the
following measures, stop the operation and consult your dealer.
1
Tap the Menu button.
Menu
6:57PM (Wed)
Cooling
Normal display and Error display
displayed, tap the Error display button.
When the
Direction
Set temp
The “Unit protection stop” is displayed on the message display.
button is
Timer
Prot.stp.ON E09 Touch here for contact.
History can be checked from Menu.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
Menu
Normal display
Error display
Back
Select the item.
2
Error display
Code
E07
E08
E09
E40
IU
000
001
002
003
R/C :
Or tap the
Normal display button on the previous screen and
select the “Contact company” on the menu screen and tap it.
00
Normal
Contact
After checking the error contents (Code), tap the Contact
button.
OU
IU000
IU001
IU002
IU003
Contents of error are displayed.
Next
Back
Select the item.
3
Contact company
Company information (Name and phone No. of contact) is
displayed.
This is displayed when it has been preset by your dealer.
Company
MHI
Phone No.
000-000-0000
Back
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7. Notice of inspection date
If the next service date is set on the Service & Maintenance menu by your dealer, the following screen is displayed for
5 seconds at the start of operation and for 20 seconds from the end of operation on the beginning of the month which
includes the set date.
When this screen is displayed, contact your dealer.
Usage time
Next check
Company
Phone No.
Usage time
Next check
Company
Phone No.
1 years & 9 months
10 / 2020
When the period of use exceeds 10 years, the screen shown at left is
displayed.
When this screen is displayed, contact your dealer.
12 years & 9 months
10 / 2020
It's the end of a product's life.
Please make an inspection
8. Message display
During operation, the following messages will be displayed on the message display to notify the current condition of
the unit.
■“Standby. Wait a while.” displayed
Menu
0:33 (Sat)
Auto
Set temp
Direction
Timer
The message “Standby. Wait a while.” may be displayed (maximum of
30 minutes) on the R/C during the first operation following a breaker
power on or power loss.
This does not indicate a failure; it is caused by the cooling machine oil
protect control that is activated in order to protect the compressor.
Please wait until the message “Standby. Wait a while.” disappears.
Standby. Wait a while.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
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■“In operation for defrosting.” display
Menu
20:20 (Tue)
Heating
Set temp
Direction
Timer
In operation for defrosting.
F1: High power
When frost forms on the OU, the heating performance will decrease.
This will cause the unit to automatically switch to defrost operation, and
hot air will stop blowing out from the IO.
The message “In operation for defrosting.” will be displayed on the
message display. After the defrost operation has completed, “In
operation for defrosting.” will disappear, and the unit will switch back to
its normal heating operation.
F2: Energy-saving
■“In operation for heating standby.” displayed
Menu
20:20 (Tue)
Heating
Set temp
Direction
Timer
To prevent any cold air blowing out from the IO at the start of a heating
operation, the unit stops the fan and displays “In operation for heating
standby.” on the message display.
When the unit is ready to blow out hot air, the message “In operation for
heating standby.” disappears, and the unit will start heating operation.
In operation for heating standby.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
■“In operation for warming up.” display
Menu
20:20 (Tue)
Cooling
Set temp
Direction
ON
In operation for warming up.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
When you select to enable warming up by the Set ON timer by hour (☞
page 39) or Set ON timer by clock (☞page 41), the operation will
start 50 to 60 minutes earlier, which is predicted based on the previous
warm up operation, so that the room will be close to the set temp by the
time it reaches the operation start time.
During the warm up operation, the message “In operation for warming
up.” will be displayed on the message display.
This message will disappear at the time set for operation start.
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■“In operation for rotation.”, “In operation for capacity back-up”,
“In operation for fault back-up” displays
Menu
16:32 (Mon)
Cooling
Direction
Set temp
When rotation, capacity back-up, or fault back-up operation is enabled
during installation, a message indicating the operation that is set and
running will be displayed on the message display.
Refer to the installation manual on how to make these settings.
Timer
In operation for rotation.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
■“Invalid request. Central control active.” display
When the unit is controlled through a central control device (not included), and you performed an operation other than
the followings, the message “Invalid request. Central control active.” is displayed.
CENTER
16:32 (Mon)
Cooling
Set temp
Menu
This does not indicate a failure; the message indicates that the unit is
controlled through a central control device.
Direction
[Operations allowed during central control]
・Filter sign reset
・Administrator settings
Timer
Invalid request. Central control active.
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
■“In temporary stop mode”, “In forced thermostat OFF”, “In setting
temperature shift” displays
Menu
16:32 (Mon)
Cooling
Set temp
Direction
These messages will be displayed when the unit is operated through IO
external input.
This does not indicate a failure; the message indicates that the unit is
operated through IO external input.
Timer
In temporary stop mode
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
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■“OU silent operation by external input” display
The message “OU silent operation by external input” will be displayed when silent mode control is operated through a
central control device (not included) or an IO external input (not included).
MEETING1
16:00 (Mon)
Auto
Timer
Menu
Set temp
Direction
When “OU silent operation by external input” is displayed, the operation
performed will be the same as the silent mode control (☞page 64)
performed from the R/C.
During silent mode control, operation with maximum capacity is not
allowed.
Room
OU silent operation by external input
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
■“There is a information of maintenance. Check the content from [Menu].” display
Menu
20:20 (Tue)
Heating
Set temp
Direction
Timer
To notify any maintenance information related to the product, the
message “There is a information of maintenance. Check the content
from [Menu].” may be displayed in the message display.
button. The
When this message is displayed, tap the
Menu
maintenance description will be displayed.
Contact the dealer/company shown as the Contact company (☞page
68) and notify the details (code) of required maintenance.
There is a information of maintenance.
Check the content from [Menu].
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
■“Back-up” display
When any error occurs on the OU but its operation is continued as an emergency measure, the message of “Back-up”
will be displayed.
MEETING1
16:41 (Mon)
Cooling
Menu
Set temp
When the “Back-up” is displayed, contact dealer/company shown as the
Contact company (☞page 68) immediately for checking.
Direction
■If the operation is continued without checking, it could result in breakdown.
Timer
Back-up
F1: High power
F2: Energy-saving
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9. After-sale service
● Inform your dealer
● Repairs after Warranty Period
Consult your dealer. Fare-paying services may be possible at
the request of customer.
(The warranty period is one year counting from the date of
installation.)
●Model name
●Date of installation
●Failure conditions: As precise as possible.
●Your address, name, and telephone number
● Inquiry about After-sale Service
● Moving
The moving of the unit requires special technology. Consult your
dealer.
Necessary expenses for the moving of the unit will be charged.
Contact your dealer or the service contact.
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