Panasonic | 26PEF1U6 | Operating Manual | Panasonic 26PEF1U6 Operating Manual

Operating Instructions
Split System Air Conditioner
* Shows U1 type
Model No.
Indoor Units
Type
Indoor Unit Type
26
36
42
Remarks
S-36PU1U6
S-42PU1U6
U1
4-Way Cassette
S-26PU1U6
K1
Wall Mounted
S-26PK1U6
T1
Ceiling
S-26PT1U6
S-36PT1U6
F1
Low Silhouette
Ducted
S-26PF1U6
S-36PF1U6
26
36
42
U-26PE1U6
U-36PE1U6
U-42PE1U6
Cooling/Heating
U-26PS1U6
U-36PS1U6
U-42PS1U6
Cooling
with Wired Remote Controller: CZ-RTC2
with Wireless Remote Controller: CZ-RWSK1U
S-42PT1U6
with Wired Remote Controller: CZ-RTC2
with Wired Remote Controller: CZ-RTC2
Outdoor Units
Type Outdoor Unit Type
U
Remarks
Single
Remote Controllers
Timer Remote Controller (wired)
CZ-RTC2
Wireless Remote Controller (for F1 type)
CZ-RWSC1U
Wireless Remote Controller (for U1 type)
CZ-RWSU1U
Wireless Remote Controller (for K1 type)
CZ-RWSK1U
Timer Remote Controller comes with Instructions Manual.
This air conditioner uses the refrigerant R410A.
Before operating the unit, read these operating instructions thoroughly and keep them for future reference.
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CONTENTS
Page
PRODUCT INFORMATION ...........................................................................................................2
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS..............................................................................................................2
INSTALLATION LOCATION...........................................................................................................3
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................................3
OPERATION CONDITION ............................................................................................................4
NAMES OF PARTS .......................................................................................................................5
ADJUSTING AIRFLOW DIRECTION ............................................................................................6
CARE AND CLEANING ................................................................................................................8
SPECIAL REMARKS ..................................................................................................................10
TROUBLESHOOTING (BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE).....................................................11
TIPS FOR ENERGY SAVING .....................................................................................................11
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER ........................................................................................12
SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................................25
PRODUCT INFORMATION
If you have problems or questions concerning your Air Conditioner, you will need the following
information. Model and serial numbers are on the nameplate on the bottom of the cabinet.
Model No. _________________________________ Serial No. _______________________
Date of purchase ______________________________________________________________
Dealer’s address ______________________________________________________________
Phone number ________________________________________________________________
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following symbols used in this manual, alert you to potentially dangerous conditions to
users, service personnel or the appliance:
This symbol refers to a hazard or unsafe practice
which can result in severe personal injury or
death.
This symbol refers to a hazard or unsafe practice
which can result in personal injury or product or
property damage.
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INSTALLATION LOCATION
• We recommend that this air conditioner be installed properly by qualified installation
technicians in accordance with the Installation Instructions provided with the unit.
• Before installation, check that the voltage of the electric supply in your home or office is the same
as the voltage shown on the nameplate.
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Avoid:
Do not install this air conditioner where there are fumes or flammable gases, or in an
extremely humid space such as a greenhouse.
Do not install the air conditioner where excessively high heat-generating objects
are placed.
To protect the air conditioner from heavy corrosion, avoid installing the outdoor unit where
salty sea water can splash directly onto it or in sulphurous air near a spa.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
1. All wiring must conform to the local electrical codes. Consult your dealer or a qualified electrician
for details.
2. Each unit must be properly grounded with a ground (or earth) wire or through the supply wiring.
3. Wiring must be done by a qualified electrician.
To warm up the system, the power mains must be turned on
at least five (5) hours before operation. Leave the power
mains ON unless you will not be using this appliance for an
extended period.
NOTE
Power mains
ON
Pull off the power plug from a receptacle, or switch off the breaker, or switch off the power
disconnecting mean to isolate the air conditioner from the main power supply when not in use
for a long time.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Read these Operating Instructions carefully before using this air conditioner. If you still
have any difficulties or problems, consult your dealer for help.
• This air conditioner is designed to give you comfortable room conditions. Use this only for
its intended purpose as described in these Operating Instructions.
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Confirm to authorized dealer or specialist on usage of specified refrigerant type.
Using of refrigerant other than the specified type may cause product damage, burst
and injury etc.
Never touch the unit with wet hands.
Never use or store gasoline or other flammable vapor or liquid near the air
conditioner — it is very dangerous.
Do not use this appliance in a potentially explosive atmosphere.
This air conditioner has no ventilator for intaking fresh air from outdoors. You must
open doors or windows frequently when you use gas or oil heating appliances in
the same room, which consume a lot of oxygen from the air. Otherwise there is a
risk of suffocation in an extreme case.
Do not swallow the battery.
After removing the battery from remote controller, keep it away from the reach of
children. The battery can cause death by suffocation if swallowed.
When inserting the battery, make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct.
To prevent possible hazards from insulation failure, the unit must be
grounded.
In case of malfunction of this appliance, do not repair by yourself. Contact
to the sales dealer or service dealer for a repair.
Refrigerant gas leakage may cause fire.
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For safety, be sure to turn the air conditioner off and also to disconnect the
power before cleaning or servicing.
Pull off the power plug from a receptacle, or switch off the breaker, or switch
off the power disconnecting mean to isolate the air conditioner from the main power
supply in case of emergency.
Do not turn the air conditioner on and off from the power mains switch. Use the ON/
OFF operation button.
Do not stick anything into the air outlet of the outdoor unit.
This is dangerous because the fan is rotating at high speed.
Do not touch the air inlet or the sharp aluminum
fins of the outdoor unit. You may get injured.
Keep the fire alarm and the air outlet at least
5 feet away from the unit.
Do not let children play with the air conditioner.
Do not cool or heat the room too much if babies or invalids are present.
Do not sit or step on the unit.
You may fall down accidentally.
Do not stick any object
into the FAN CASE.
You may be injured and
the unit may be damaged.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits fora Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will
be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
OPERATION CONDITION
Use this air conditioner under the following temperature range.
Single Split System Indoor temperature range :
Cooling mode 57°F ~ 77°F (*WBT) / 64°F ~ 90°F (*DBT)
Heating mode 61°F ~ 86°F (*DBT)
Outdoor temperature range :
Cooling mode 14°F ~ 115°F (*DBT)
Heating mode -4°F ~ 64°F (*WBT) / -4°F ~ 75°F (*DBT)
* DBT: Dry bulb temperature
* WBT: Wet bulb temperature
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NAMES OF PARTS
INDOOR UNIT
4-Way Cassette
U1 type (4-WAY)
Wall Mounted
K1 type
Air intake
Celling panel
(optional)
Air outlet
Air intake
Air outlet
Ceiling
T1 type
Low Silhouette Ducted
F1 type
Ceiling
Air outlet
Air intake
REMOTE CONTROLLER
(Wired type: available for all indoor units)
Air outlet
(optional)
NOTE
Air intake
(optional)
This illustration is based on the external
appearance of a standard model.
Consequently, the appearance may differ
from that of the air conditioner you have
selected.
REMOTE CONTROLLER
(Optional)
(Wireless type: all available for U1 and T1)
(Wireless type : available for F1)
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ADJUSTING AIRFLOW DIRECTION
„ 4-Way Cassette (U1)
This air conditioner is equipped with auto flaps.
You can set the airflow direction to a specific angle or to the sweep mode using the remote
controller. (Refer to the description of the remote controller.)
Do not move the flap with your hands.
„ Ceiling (T1)
Auto flap
This air conditioner is equipped with an auto flap. You can set the airflow direction to a specific
angle or to the sweep mode using the remote controller. (Refer to the description of the remote
controller.)
Do not move the flap with your hands.
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ADJUSTING AIRFLOW DIRECTION (CONTINUED)
„ Wall mounted (K1)
A. Vertical directions (automatic)
Indoor unit
Confirm that the remote controller has been turned on. Press the FLAP button to start the flap
moving up and down. If you want to stop the flap movement and to direct the air in the desired
direction, press the FLAP button again. In the cool mode, don’t direct the flap down more than
30°, otherwise, condensation may drip on to the floor. Zone “A” is the recommended flap
position for cooling.
Do not move the flap with your hands.
Zone ‘‘A’’
for cooling
B. Horizontal directions (manual)
The horizontal airflow can be adjusted manually by moving the vertical vanes to the left or right.
30°
60°
Zone ‘‘B’’ for
heating
Up
Left
Right
Vertical vanes
Air outlet
grille
Flap
Down
„ Low Silhouette Ducted (F1)
This air conditioner is not equipped with air outlet parts. These must be obtained locally. Please
refer to the manual of the locally adopted air outlet parts.
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CARE AND CLEANING
1. For safety, be sure to turn the air conditioner off and also to disconnect the power
before cleaning.
2. Do not pour water on the indoor unit to clean it. This will damage the internal
components and cause an electric shock hazard.
Air Intake and outlet side
(Indoor Unit)
Clean the air intake and outlet side of the indoor unit with a vacuum cleaner brush,
or wipe them with a clean soft cloth.
If these parts are stained, use a clean cloth moistened with a mild liquid detergent. When
cleaning the air outlet side, be careful not to force the vanes out of place.
1. Never use solvents or harsh chemicals when cleaning the indoor unit. Do not wipe
plastic parts using very hot water.
2. Some metal edges and the fins are sharp and may cause injury if handled
improperly; be especially careful when you clean these parts.
3. The internal coil and other components of the outdoor unit must be cleaned every
year. Consult your dealer or service center.
Air filter
* Low Silhouette Ducted (F1)
NOTE
How to clean the filter
The air filter collects dust and other particles from the air and should be cleaned at regular
intervals as indicated in the table below or when the filter indication (
) on the display of the
remote controller (wired type) shows that the filter needs cleaning. If the filter gets blocked, the
efficiency of the air conditioner drops greatly.
Type
U1
T1
K1
F1
Period
Six months
Six months
Two weeks
(depending on filter
specifications)
An air filter is not provided with this air conditioner at the time of shipment. To get clean air and
to extend the service life of the air conditioner, an air filter must be installed in the air intake.
For installation and cleaning the air filter, consult your dealer or service center.
The frequency with which the filter should be cleaned depends on the environment in which
the unit is used.
1. Remove the air filter from the air intake grille.
2. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove light dust. If there is sticky dust on the filter, wash the
filter in lukewarm, soapy water, rinse it in clean water, and dry it.
How to remove the filter
4-Way Cassette (U1):
1. Remove the bolt screw on each side out of the latch using a screwdriver. (After cleaning,
be sure to reattach the two bolt screws.)
2. Slide the two latches of the air intake grille to the direction of the arrow to open the grille.
3. Open the air intake grille downward.
When cleaning the air filter, never remove the safety chain. If it is necessary to remove
it for servicing and maintenance inside, be sure to reinstall the safety chain securely
(hook on the grille side) after the work.
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CARE AND CLEANING (CONTINUED)
How to remove the filter
(continued)
4. Remove the air filter attached to the air intake grille.
Latch
Safety
chain
Air intake
grille
Air filter
Bolt screw
How to remove the filter (continued)
Ceiling type (T1):
1. Remove the bolt screws on the finger-hold using a screw driver. (After cleaning, be sure to
attach the two bolt screws.)
2. Take hold of the finger-hold on the air intake grille and slide it to the rear, and the grille will
open downward.
3. Take hold of the finger-hold on the air filter, first lift it and then pull it toward you to release it
from the catch.
Catch
Finger-hold
Air filter
Air filter finger-hold
Wall mounted type (K1):
Air intake grille
1. Move the flap on the air outlet grille to its lowest position with the remote controller.
2. The filter is disengaged by pushing the tab up gently. Hold the air filter by the tab at the
bottom, and pull downward.
Air intake grille
Air filter
When replacing the filter, make sure that the FRONT mark is facing you.
Push it up until you hear it click back into position.
* Low Silhouette ducted type (F1):
An air filter is not provided with this air conditioner at the time of shipment. To get clean air and
to extend the service life of the air conditioner, an air filter must be installed in the air intake. For
installation and cleaning the air filter, consult your dealer or service center.
NOTE
How to clean the filter
The frequency with which the filter should be cleaned depends on the environment in which the
unit is used.
1. Remove the air filter from the air intake grille.
2. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove light dust. If there is sticky dust on the filter, wash the filter
in lukewarm, soapy water, rinse it in clean water, and dry it.
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SPECIAL REMARKS
Heating Operation
Heating performance
•
Because this appliance heats a room by utilizing the heat of the outside air (heat pump system),
the heating efficiency will fall off when the outdoor temperature is very low. If sufficient heat
cannot be obtained with this heat pump, use another heating appliance in conjunction with this
unit.
Defrosting
•
When the outdoor temperature is low, frost or ice may form on the outdoor heat exchanger
coil, reducing the heating performance. When this happens, a microcomputer-controlled
defrosting system operates. At the same time, the fan on the indoor unit stops (or runs at
very low speed in some cases) and the
(STANDBY) lamp lights on the indoor unit until
defrosting is completed. Heating operation then restarts after several minutes. (This interval
will vary slightly depending upon the outdoor temperature and the way in which frost forms.)
(STANDBY) lamp
on the indoor unit
•
For several minutes after the start of heating operation, the indoor fan will not start running
(or it will run at very low speed in some cases) until the indoor heat exchanger coil has
warmed up sufficiently. This is because a cold draft prevention system is operating. During
(STANDBY) lamp remains lit.
this period, the
(STANDBY) lamp remains lit during defrosting or when the compressor has been turned
off (or when the unit is running at very low speed) by the thermostat when the system is in
the heating mode.
Upon completion of defrosting and when the compressor is turned on again,
(STANDBY) lamp will light off automatically as the heating operation resumes.
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When setting up two or three air conditioners in one room, you can control the air conditioners
ADDRESS switch setting correctly by setting the ADDRESS switches of the Operation Controllers and the Wireless
Remote Controllers.
You can control the air conditioners:
1. with one wireless remote controller changing the ADDRESS switch setting of the wireless
remote controller.
2. with each wireless remote controller having the ADDRESS switch set differently.
NOTE
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Should the power fail while the unit is running
• If the power supply for this unit is temporarily interrupted the unit will automatically resume
operation (once the power is restored) with the same settings that were in effect before the
power was interrupted.
• Be sure to place the wireless remote controller where it can operate the air conditioner
correctly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE)
If your air conditioner does not work properly, first check the following points before requesting service. If it still does not work properly,
contact your dealer or a service center.
Trouble
Possible Cause
Air conditioner does not run at all.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remedy
Power failure
Leakage circuit breaker has tripped.
Line voltage is too low.
Operation button is turned off.
The wireless remote controller or heat
pump is malfunctioning.
6. Batteries in wireless remote controller
have run down.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Compressor runs but soon stops.
1. Obstruction in front of condenser coil
(Outdoor Unit)
1. Remove obstruction.
Poor cooling (or heating) performance
1.
2.
3.
4.
Dirty or clogged air filter
Heat source or many people in room
Doors and/or windows are open.
Obstacle near air intake or air discharge
port
5. Thermostat is set too high for cooling (or
too low for heating).
6. (Outdoor temperature is too low).
7. (Defrosting system does not work.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Trouble in wiring system
1. Contact service center.
Lamps on the indoor unit are flashing.
Restore power.
Contact service center.
Consult your electrician or dealer.
Press the button again.
Consult your dealer.
6. Replace batteries.
Clean the air filter to improve the airflow.
Eliminate heat source if possible.
Shut them to keep the heat (or cold) out.
Remove it to ensure good airflow.
5. Set the temperature lower (or higher).
6. (Try to use a back-up heater.)
7. (Consult your dealer.)
TIPS FOR ENERGY SAVING
Avoid
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Do
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Do not block neither the air intake nor the air outlet. It may cause less performance,
and may lead malfunctions.
Do not let direct sunlight into the room. Use sunshades, blinds or curtains. If the walls, and
floor and the ceiling of the room are warmed by the sun, it will take longer to cool the room.
Always try to keep the air filter clean. (Refer to “CARE AND CLEANING.”) A clogged filter
will impair the performance of the unit.
To prevent conditioned air from escaping, keep windows, doors and any other openings
closed.
Should the power fail while the unit is running
If the power supply for this unit is temporarily interrupted the unit will automatically resume
operation (once the power is restored) with the same settings that were in effect before the
power was interrupted.
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WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
Model No.
Remote Controllers
Wireless Remote Controller (for F1 type)
CZ-RWSC1U
Wireless Remote Controller (for U1 type)
CZ-RWSU1U
Wireless Remote Controller (for K1 type)
CZ-RWSK1U
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UNIT DISPLAY AND OPERATION CONTROLLER FOR K1, U1, AND T1 TYPES
Remote control
receiver
OPERATION
lamp
TIMER lamp
STANDBY lamp
Remote control
receiver
OPERATION lamp
OPERATION lamp
TIMER lamp
STANDBY lamp
Remote control receiver
Operation controller
(housed inside)
TIMER lamp
STAND BY lamp
This lamp lights when the appliance is turned on.
This lamp lights when the system is being controlled by the timer.
When the unit is in the heating standby condition, the STANDBY lamp lights. If the unit is used for
cooling only, the STANDBY lamp will not illuminate. This lamp operates only when an alarm occurs.
This section picks up infrared signals from the wireless remote controller (transmitter).
You can operate this air conditioner using the operation controller without the wireless remote
controller.
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UNIT DISPLAY AND OPERATION CONTROLLER FOR K1, U1, AND T1 TYPES (CONTINUED)
To access operation
controller:
Press on the two latches of the air intake grille with your thumb in the direction of the arrow to open
the grille. And open the air intake grille downward. The Operation Controller is located in front of the
electrical component box.
SERVICING ADDRESS
switch
switches
ON/OFF operation button
SWEEP button
Switch
ADDRESS switch
SERVICING switches
Switch
SWEEP
button
ON/OFF
operation
button
This button is for turning the air conditioner on and off (automatically setting cooling or heating
operation).
Use this button to make the airflow direction sweep up and down automatically.
Usually set this switch in to the left side.
When operating the air conditioner by using the wireless remote controller, be sure to match the
number on this switch with the number set on the wireless remote controller.
Otherwise, the remote controller will not work.
These switches are used only when servicing the air conditioner.
Do not use these SERVICING switches for normal operation.
Turning off the ON/OFF operation button does not disconnect the power. Use the main
power switch to turn off the power completely.
ON. position
Normal position
OFF position
Select this position when the unit will not be
used for a long period of time.
TEST position
Select this position to operate the unit
continuously. This position should not be
selected under normal conditions.
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OPERATION CONTROLLER WITH RECEIVER
(SEPARATED FROM INDOOR UNIT) FOR F1 TYPE
A: Operation controller
B: Remote control receiver
C: ON/OFF operation button
D: SWEEP button
E: SERVICING switches
F: Switch
G: ADDRESS switch
H: OPERATION lamp
I: TIMER lamp
J: STANDBY lamp
K: FILTER lamp
A:Operation controller
(separated from indoor unit)
You can operate this air conditioner using the operation controller without the wireless
remote controller.
B:Remote control receiver
This section picks up infrared signals from the wireless remote controller
(transmitter).
C:ON/OFF operation button
This button is for turning the air conditioner on and off (automatically setting cooling
or heating operation).
D:SWEEP button
Use this button to make the airflow direction sweep up and down automatically.
E:SERVICING switches
These switches are used only when servicing the air conditioner.
Do not use these SERVICING switches for normal operation.
F: Switch
Usually set this switch in to the NORMAL position.
G:ADDRESS switch
When operating the air conditioner by using the wireless remote controller, be sure to
match the number on this switch with the number set on the wireless remote
controller. Otherwise, the remote controller will not work.
H:OPERATION lamp
This lamp lights when the appliance is turned on.
I: TIMER lamp
This lamp lights when the system is being controlled by the timer.
J: STANDBY lamp
When the unit is in the heating standby condition, the STANDBY lamp lights. If the
unit is used for cooling only, the STANDBY lamp will not illuminate. This lamp
operates only when an alarm occurs.
K:FILTER lamp
This lamp lights when the filter needs cleaning.
Turning off the ON/OFF operation button does not disconnect the power. Use the main
power switch to turn off the power completely.
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USING WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
How to Install Batteries
1. Press and slide the cover on the back of the wireless remote controller in the direction of the
arrow.
2. Install two AAA alkaline batteries (LR03). Make sure the batteries point in the direction marked
in the battery compartment.
3. Press the reset hole, then replace the cover. If you press it, the current time, ON time, and OFF
time are all reset to 0:00.
Reset hole
Cover
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The batteries last about six months, depending on how much you use the wireless
remote controller. Replace the batteries when the wireless remote controller’s lamp fails
to light, or when the wireless remote controller cannot be used to change the air
conditioner’s setting.
Use two fresh leak-proof type-AAA alkaline batteries (LR03).
In replacing batteries, follow the instructions as mentioned in the sub-section “How to
Install Batteries”.
If you do not use the wireless remote controller more than 1 month, take out the
batteries.
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries
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[Information on Disposal in other Countries
outside the European Union]
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two
symbol examples):
These symbols are only valid in the European
Union. If you wish to discard these items,
please contact your local authorities or dealer
and ask for the correct method of disposal.
This symbol might be used in combination with
a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with
the requirement set by the Directive for the
chemical involved.
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USING WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER (CONTINUED)
How to Use Wireless
Remote Controller
When using the wireless remote controller, always point the unit’s transmitter head directly at
the air conditioner’s receiver.
Air conditioner
(Transmitter head)
Remote control receiver
Wireless remote controller
Wireless Remote
Controller Installation
Position
The wireless remote controller can be operated from either a non-fixed position or a wallmounted position. To ensure that the air conditioner operates correctly, do not install the
wireless remote controller in the following places:
• In direct sunlight
• Behind a curtain or other place where it is covered
• More than 19 ft away from the air conditioner
• In the path of the air conditioner’s air stream
• Where it may become extremely hot or cold
• Where it may be subject to electrical or magnetic interference
1. If Non-fixed Position
Raise the rear plate of the remote controller mounting cradle and insert the wireless remote
controller.
The unit can be used either in that position (placed on a table, for instance) or held in the
hand.
Wireless Remote
Controller
Rear plate
Remote Controller
mounting cradle
2. If Wall-mounted Fixed Position
Install the wireless remote controller at a convenient location on a nearby wall. However,
before attaching the wireless remote controller mounting cradle, check that the wireless
remote controller can operate from the desired wall position.
Fasten the Remote Controller
mounting cradle with screws.
Fitting the Remote
Controller in the mount.
2 Press
1 Put in
Remote Controller mounting cradle
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REMOTE CONTROLLER
1. Operation Display
Displays the operation status.
(The figure shows all the statuses.)
• The auto-flap display may be
different, depending on the
installed unit.
2. Start/Stop
button
Pressing this button once starts and
pressing again stops the operation.
15. Sensor button
Use this when switching to detect the
temperature at the remote controller.
At shipping the default setting is set
to detect the temperature at the unit.
At this time
is shown on the
display.
16. Clock button
Use this when setting the clock.
3. Fan speed
button
4. Swing/Wind
Direction
button
5. Timer setting
button
Use for operating with a timer.
6. Reset button
Use this button after changing the
batteries.
7. Cover
Press at the top center and then slide
down.
8
8. Transmitter
9. Remote control
sensor
10. Temperature setting
buttons
11. Filter button
1
Detects the temperature at the
remote controller when detection has
been switched to the remote
controller by the sensor button.
raises the temperature setting
1°C (1.8°F) at a time.
lowers the temperature setting
1°C (1.8°F) at a time.
CZ-RWSC1U
Press to turn off the filter lamp on the
receiver.
12. Mode Select
button
Press to switch the operation mode.
13. Ventilation
button
Use this when connected to an
aftermarket fan. Pressing this button
starts and stops the fan. When the air
conditioner is started or stopped, the
fan starts or stops at the same time.
(
appears on the display of the
remote controller when the fan is
operating.)
14. Address
button
18
9
2
3
4
10
11
5
6
12
13
14
15
16
7
From this page on the names of remote control
buttons will be abbreviated as the illustration of the
“button”.
E.g.: Start/Stop button
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HOW TO SET ADDRESS (
)
Setting addresses of indoor units for remote controller
Setting Remote Control Addresses
1. If you press
and
at the same time, “SET” will blink.
2. While holding
down, every time you press
, it cycles from ALL
Set it to the receiver address switch of the indoor unit you wish to operate.
1
2
3… 6
ALL.
3. When you release
, the address that was displayed is set.
When you do this, if it corresponds to the receiver’s address setting, the buzzer sounds.
Address
Display on the
Remote
Controller
CZ-RWSU1U
Position of
receiver’s
(inside indoor
unit) address
switch
The position of the
receiver’s address
switch does not
matter.
For 1, 2 and 3, set the switch on the
right and for 4, 5 and 6, to the left.
The position of the
receiver’s address
switch does not
matter.
For 1, 2 and 3, set the switch on the
left and for 4, 5 and 6, to the right.
CZ-RWSC1U
Position of
the Receiver’s
Address Switch
Setting Addresses (CZ-RWSK1U / K1 Type)
(Setting the address of the indoor unit)
1. First of all, set the address for the remote controller with Setting Remote Control Address.
2. Press [Emergency Operation]
of the indoor unit for four seconds or more.
When you do this, the lamps of the display will blink one after another.
3. Press
on the remote controller.
4. The buzzer will sound and the address of the indoor unit will change to the address displayed on the remote controller.
5. If you press [Emergency Operation]
of the indoor unit once, the lamps on the indoor unit’s display will turn off.
NOTE
•
•
•
Please do not hold the [Emergency Operation]
button of the indoor unit down while the indoor unit’s display lamps are blinking one
after another.
Make sure to operate while the indoor unit is stopped.
The address of indoor unit is set to "ALL" at the time of the shipment.
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OPERATION
Setting Current Time
After changing the batteries and pressing reset, be sure to reset the current time.
(When reset is pressed, the current time reverts to [
])
1. Press
for two seconds or more.
Once the clock displays starts blinking, the clock can be set.
2. Set the hour with
/
of the
.
If you press and hold the button, the time changes quickly.
3. Set the minutes with
/
of the
.
If you press and hold the button, the time changes quickly.
4. Pressing
completes the time setting.
• While you are setting the current time, the t ime display flashes but the colon does not.
• If the buttons are not pressed for three minutes while setting the current time, it is set to the
displayed time.
NOTE
2
When reset is pressed, the timer settings are deleted.
3
1, 4
Operation
Auto , Heat , Dry , Cool , Fan
Models that only provide the cooling function cannot operate in the auto or heating modes.
Power: Turn on the power of the indoor unit at least 14 hours before operation.
1. Press
.
2. Press
and select from among Auto
, Heat
, Dry
, Cool
and Fan
3. Press
and select the desired speed.
If set to Auto
, the fan speed switches automatically.
(Auto does not work when in the Fan mode.)
1
.
3
4. Press one of the
buttons and set the desired temperature.
Temperature settings cannot be made when in the Fan mode.
Auto
Heat
Dry
/ Cool
MAX
80
78
86
MIN
62
60
64
Stop: Press .
When the unit is stopped with the remote controller, even though the compressor of the
outdoor unit stops, the fan on the outdoor unit may continue to run for a while.
If the unit is not heating very effectively with a Low fan speed , switch the fan speed to High
or
Medium.
Depending on the indoor unit being used, it may indicate a function that it does not have. (The fan speed is set.)
If you cannot turn the air conditioner off in the normal way.
Disconnect the power to the indoor unit and contact the dealer where the product was purchased.
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<Auto Operation>
If all the indoor units are identical in a cooling system and are under control as one group, it
heats or cools automatically via the differences between the set temperature and the room
temperature.
<Dry Operation>
•
•
•
•
•
Depending on the indoor unit used, the remote controller may have a [Dry] indicator on its
display even though the unit does not have the Dry function.
(Same as cooler operation)
When the room temperature approaches the temperature setting, the unit continues to start
up or stop automatically.
When the drying mode stops operating, the indoor unit’s fan blows a gentle breeze in order to
keep the moisture from returning to the room at a minimum.
Depending on the indoor unit used, and/or the temperature in the room, the fan speed may not
be adjustable.
Depending on the unit used, when the outside air temperature is 59 °F or less, the dry function
will not operate.
1
3
4
2
<Timer Operation>
•
•
•
When setting the timer, make sure the current time on the remote controller is accurate.
The timer’s clock can only be set when the display of the remote controller is ON.
After setting the timer, put the remote controller in a place where its signal will reach the
receiver of the indoor unit. (When the time set for the timer is reached, a signal is sent from
the remote controller to Start/Stop the unit.)
„ Using the Timer
When the drying mode stops operating, the indoor unit’s fan blows a gentle breeze in order to
keep
1. Press either
/
of the
or
, and while the time is being displayed,
if you press
/
again, a scheduled time can be set.
The time last set on the timer is displayed.
“--:--“ indicates time to change the batteries.
2. Press either
/
of the
or
and set the timer to the desired time.
Every time you press
/
, the time changes in 10 minute increments.
If you press and hold the button, the time changes quickly.
3. After setting the timer, if you press
, the time you set changes to a steady
display, indicating settings are complete.
After the timer setting is displayed for three seconds, the display reverts to the current
time.
3
1, 2
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„ Combining ON and OFF Timers
• Setting the ON and OFF timers, respectively.
„ Checking the timer setting
• If you press either
/
for the
or the
, the scheduled time is displayed for four seconds.
• When no timer setting has been made, it displays --:--. (Initial Setting)
„ Changing a timer setting
• Press
/
for the
or the
, and then when the timer setting is displayed, press
„ Canceling a timer setting
• If you press [CANCEL], the timer setting is canceled.
• If you wish to cancel the setting for either the
or the
displayed, press [CANCEL].
timer, press
/
/
for the timer again.
or the desired timer and when the scheduled time is
„ Using the same timer setting every day
• If you press
for 2 or more seconds, “
” is displayed and the ON timer or the OFF timer will operate the unit at the same time
every day.
again for two seconds or more, “
” goes off and the timer operates just once.
• If you press
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Adjusting Wind Direction
•
•
•
Never try to manually move the flap (up-down wind direction plate) that is operated by the remote controller.
When the unit stops, the flap (up-down wind direction plate) automatically faces downwards.
When the unit is in heating standby, the flap (up-down wind direction plate) faces upward.
Also, bear in mind that the flap starts swinging after the heating standby mode is released, but the display on the remote controller
indicates Auto Flap during standby heating as well.
CZ-RWSU1U/CZ-RWSK1U
Setting Wind Direction
While the unit is operating, every time you press
faces changes.
In the Heat Mode
, the direction the flap
Setting Flap to Swing
If you press
to set the flap (up-down wind direction plate) in its most
downward facing position, and then press
again,
is displayed and
the flap swings automatically up and down.
Stopping Flap Swing
If you press
again while the flap is swinging, you can stop the flap from
swinging and set it in place as desired. Thereafter, if you press
, you can
set the wind direction starting from the most upward position.
When the unit is in the Cool or Dry modes, the flap cannot stop facing
downwards. If you try to stop the flap from swinging while it is facing
downwards, it will continue moving until it is in the third position from the top.
Please face the flap (up-down wind
direction plate) downwards. If it faces
upwards, the warm air will not reach
the floor level.
Initial Setting
In the Cool and Dry Modes
Pleaseface the flap (up-down wind
direction plate) upwards.If the plate
faces downwards, condensation
may form and drip from around
the air outlet.
In the Fan Mode
Initial Setting
In All Modes
Initial Setting
Moves Constantly
Displays with Swing Stopped
Fan/Heat Modes
Cool/Dry Modes
CZ-RWSC1U
The available functions differ depending on the indoor unit being used.
The wind direction cannot be set via remote controller for any models other than those noted below.
Operating Multiple In/Outdoor Units Simultaneously (Group Control)
Group control works well for providing air conditioning to
one, large room with more than one air conditioning units.
Indoor Unit
Receiver
Indoor Unit
Signal Line
Wireless Remote Controller
•
•
•
One remote controller can operate up to eight indoor units.
All the indoor units have identical settings.
Set temperature sensing to the indoor unit (Main Sensor).
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OPERATION WITHOUT WIRELESS
REMOTE CONTROLLER
STEP 2
STEP 1,3
If you have lost the wireless remote controller or if it is not working properly, follow the steps below:
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STEP 1
To start the air conditioner
Press the ON/OFF operation button (automatically setting cooling or heating operation).
STEP 2
Setting the airflow direction
To adjust the airflow direction, press the SWEEP button as appropriate. You can only set the airflow for all four
sides in the same direction, or have each sweep.
STEP 3
To stop the air conditioner
Press the ON/OFF operation button again.
STEP 1
To start the air conditioner
Operate the receiver switch in the following
sequence:
OFF
ON
ON
(automatically setting auto operation).
STEP 2
To stop the air conditioner
Then turn the switch to OFF.
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SPECIFICATIONS
„ 4-Way Cassette type (U1 type)
Model Name
Power Source
Outdoor U-26PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-26PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-36PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-36PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-42PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-42PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-26PS1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-26PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-36PS1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-36PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-42PS1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-42PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Sound
Pressure Level
Cooling Heating
Outdoor (Hi)
Capacity Capacity
Indoor
(H/M/L)
BTU/h
BTU/h
24,800
29,800
32,600
37,600
39,500
48,000
24,800
-
32,600
-
39,500
-
Unit Dimensions
(Indoor unit : Include panel)
H:
inch (mm)
W:
inch (mm)
Net
Weight
D:
inch (mm)
lbs. (kg)
dB(A)
49
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
128 (58)
38/35/31
13-5 / 16 (338)
33-55 / 64 (860)
33-55 / 64 (860)
60 (27)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
143 (65)
52
30-23 / 32 (780)
44/37/33
14-31 / 64 (368)
53
48-7 / 16 (1,230)
45/38/34
14-31 / 64 (368)
45-9 / 32 (1,150) 33-55 / 64 (860)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
45-9 / 32 (1,150) 33-55 / 64 (860)
76 (34)
220 (100)
76 (34)
49
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
128 (58)
38/35/31
13-5 / 16 (338)
33-55 / 64 (860)
33-55 / 64 (860)
60 (27)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
143 (65)
52
30-23 / 32 (780)
44/37/33
14-31 / 64 (368)
53
48-7 / 16 (1,230)
45/38/34
14-31 / 64 (368)
45-9 / 32 (1,150) 33-55 / 64 (860)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
45-9 / 32 (1,150) 33-55 / 64 (860)
76 (34)
220 (100)
76 (34)
„ Wall Mounted type (K1 type)
Model Name
Power Source
Outdoor U-26PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-26PK1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-26PS1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-26PK1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Sound
Pressure Level
Cooling Heating
Outdoor (Hi)
Capacity Capacity
Indoor
(H/M/L)
BTU/h
BTU/h
25,200
29,200
25,200
-
Unit Dimensions
(Indoor unit : Include panel)
H:
inch (mm)
W:
inch (mm)
Net
Weight
D:
inch (mm)
lbs. (kg)
dB(A)
49
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
128 (58)
48/42/38
12-63 / 64 (330)
44-7 / 8 (1,140)
8-31 / 32 (228)
40 (18)
49
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
128 (58)
48/42/38
12-63 / 64 (330)
44-7 / 8 (1,140)
8-31 / 32 (228)
40 (18)
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SPECIFICATIONS (CONTINUED)
„ Ceiling type (T1 type)
Model Name
Power Source
Outdoor U-26PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-26PF1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-36PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-36PF1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-42PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-42PF1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-26PS1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-26PF1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-36PS1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-36PF1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-42PS1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-42PF1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Sound
Pressure Level
Cooling Heating
Outdoor (Hi)
Capacity Capacity
Indoor
(H/M/L)
BTU/h
BTU/h
24,400
30,800
31,200
39,000
24,400
31,200
39,000
37,400
44,500
-
-
-
Unit Dimensions
(Indoor unit : Include panel)
Net
Weight
H:
inch (mm)
W:
inch (mm)
D:
inch (mm)
lbs. (kg)
49
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
128 (58)
39/37/33
7-17 / 32 (190)
51-3 / 16 (1,300)
26-3 / 8 (670)
57 (26)
52
9-7 / 16 (240)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
143 (65)
dB(A)
42/40/35
48-7 / 16 (1,230) 62-1 / 32 (1,575)
26-3 / 8 (670)
84 (38)
48-7 / 16 (1,230)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
220 (100)
44/41/37
9-7 / 16 (240)
62-1 / 32 (1,575)
26-3 / 8 (670)
84 (38)
49
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
128 (58)
39/37/33
7-17 / 32 (190)
51-3 / 16 (1,300)
26-3 / 8 (670)
57 (26)
52
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
143 (65)
42/40/35
9-7 / 16 (240)
62-1 / 32 (1,575)
26-3 / 8 (670)
84 (38)
53
48-7 / 16 (1,230)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
220 (100)
44/41/37
9-7 / 16 (240)
62-1 / 32 (1,575)
26-3 / 8 (670)
84 (38)
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„ Low Silhouette Ducted type (F1 type)
Model Name
Power Source
Outdoor U-26PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-26PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-36PE1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
S-36PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-26PS1U6
Indoor
Single-phase,
U-26PS1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Outdoor U-36PS1U6
Indoor
26
Single-phase,
S-36PU1U6 208-230 V, 60 Hz
Sound
Pressure Level
Cooling Heating
Outdoor (Hi)
Capacity Capacity
Indoor
(H/M/L)
BTU/h
BTU/h
24,000
28,600
31,200
24,000
31,200
36,200
-
-
Unit Dimensions
(Indoor unit : Include panel)
Net
Weight
H:
inch (mm)
W:
inch (mm)
D:
inch (mm)
lbs. (kg)
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
128 (58))
34/30/27
12-7 / 32 (310)
39-3 / 8 (1,000)
24-13 / 16 (630)
71 (32)
52
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
143 (65)
dB(A)
49
38/33/31
12-7 / 32 (310)
49
30-23 / 32 (780)
58-9 / 32 (1,480) 24-13 / 16 (630)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
38/35/31
12-7 / 32 (310)
39-3 / 8 (1,000)
24-13 / 16 (630)
71 (32)
52
30-23 / 32 (780)
37 (940)
13-3 / 8 (340)
143 (65)
44/37/33
12-7 / 32 (310)
58-9 / 32 (1,480) 24-13 / 16 (630)
104 (47)
128 (58)
104 (47)
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