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ERV Wired Remote Control
MWR-VH02
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Safety Precautions
• Before using the wired remote control, read this instructions carefully.
• After reading the instructions, keep this user’s manual and installation manual
in a handy and safe place for further reference.
• Never attempt to install or move the wired remote control by yourself.
WARNING
CAUTION
Do not install the unit by yourself. Incorrect installation
of the unit could cause injury due to fire, electric shock or
water leakage. Consult a dealer or a qualified installer.
Install the cables with supplied cables firmly.
If the connection or fixing is incomplete, heat generation,
electric shock or fire may occur.
The first installation or reinstallation as well must be
carried out by a licensed installer or qualified personnel.
Install the unit in a place where it is strong enough
to hold the product weight. If the unit is not installed
securely, the unit may fall and it may cause injury.
If strange noises, burning smell or smoke come from the
product, disconnect the power supply immediately and
consult an authorized service personnel.
Do not attempt to repair, move, modify or reinstall the
unit on your own. Make sure that these installations are
carried out by qualified personnel to avoid electric shock
or fire.
Do not install the product in a place where it is exposed
to inflammable gas leakage.
Do not handle the wired remote control with wet hands.
There is a risk of electric shock.
Do not spray inflammable gas or insecticides on the
product. It may cause fire or malfunction.
Do not spill any kind of liquid into the product. If this
happen, unplug or turn the main switch of the product
off and contact an authorized service center.
Do not use the product with other purpose. It is produced
for ventilators only.
Do not use substances such as benzene, thinner or
alcohol to clean the surface of the product.
Do not install the product in the place where exposed to
sulfurous acid or steam because it may damage the parts
or cause malfunction.
Do not pull or bend the electric wires excessively.
Electric shock or loss of property may occur.
Do not press buttons with a pointed thing.
Do not give a excessive shock to the product or
disassemble it by yourself.
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Contents
VIEW OF THE UNIT ...........................................................................
GETTING STARTED ...........................................................................
 SELECTING BY-PASS MODE ...........................................................
 SELECTING HEAT-EX MODE ..........................................................
 SETTING ON TIMER ..........................................................................
 SETTING OFF TIMER ........................................................................
 SELECTING OPTIONAL OPERATION MODE ...................................
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View of the Unit
External control
indicator
Communication
error indicator
2-remote control indicator
External device (Optional)
Centralized control
indicator
Operation mode indicator
Set time & On/Off
timer setting
CO2 sensor indicator
(Optional)
Fan speed
Air purifying mode indicator
(Optional)
Sleep mode indicator (Optional)
Filter sign indicator
Filter reset button
On/Off button
Fan speed
adjustment button
Mode selection button
Confirm/Cancel button
Time setting button
 When controlling multiple ventilators with one ERV wired remote
control, the ERV wired remote control displays the status of one
random ventilator only. If multiple ventilators are controlled by one
ERV wired remote control only and an external controller is used to
control one of the multiple ventilators, the ERV wired remote control
will display the status of the randomly selected ventilator and it may
differ from the status of some other ventilators.
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Getting Started
You have just purchased an ERV wired remote control and it has
been installed by your installation specialist.
Your User’s Manual contains much valuable information on using
your ERV wired remote control. Please take time to read it as it will help you
take full advantage of the unit’s features.
In this manual, you will find a series of step-by-step procedures for each
function available.
The illustrations in the step-by-step procedures use 4 different symbols:

PRESS
PUSH
HOLD DOWN
Note
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Selecting By-Pass Mode
Select the By-Pass mode when the indoor and outdoor
temperatures are similar. It is recommended to operate your
ventilator in this mode in Spring or Autumn.
1
Press
Result:
(On/Off ) button .
 The On/Off indicator on the ERV wired remote
control comes on.
 The ventilator operates in the last selected
mode.
2
Press
Result:
button to select the By-Pass mode.
The ventilator runs in By-Pass mode.
 You can change modes at any time.
3
Press
button to adjust the fan speed :
Low
High
Turbo
 After installing the CO2 (carbon dioxide) sensor to the
Ventilator, every
button press will select the
fan speed in order of Low, High, Turbo and Auto.
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Selecting Heat-EX Mode
You can minimize the energy loss by selecting the Heat-EX mode.
While operating in the Heat-EX mode, the ventilator recovers the
discharged energy during cooling or heating your room.
It is recommended to operate the ventilator in this mode in
Summer or Winter.
1
Press
(On/Off ) button .
Result:
 The On/Off indicator on the ERV wired remote
control comes on.
 The ventilator operates in the last selected
mode.
2
Press
Result:
button to select the Heat-EX mode.
The ventilator runs in Heat-EX mode.
 You can change modes at any time.
3
Press
button to adjust the fan speed :
Low
High
Turbo
 After installing the CO2 (carbon dioxide) sensor to the
Ventilator, every
button press will select the
fan speed in order of Low, High, Turbo and Auto.
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Selecting On Timer
The On Timer enables you to switch on the ventilator automatically
after a given period of time. You can set the period from 0 minute to
60 minutes. You can set the On Timer only when the ventilator is off.
1
Press
buttons once to set the On Timer.
Result:
2
flickers when you press the button once.
Press
displayed.
Result:
buttons until the required time is
 Each time you press the buttons, you can
adjust the time by 1 minute from 0 to 60
minutes.
 By holding down
buttons for more
than 3 seconds, you can adjust the time by
10 minutes.
3
Press
(Confirm/Cancel) button to complete the setting.
Result:

flickering stops and the remaining time
is displayed.

indicator turns on.
If you do not press
(Confirm/Cancel)
button in 5 seconds after selecting the period,
the On Timer is canceled automatically.
Make sure that the
indicator comes on.
(Confirm/Cancel) button
 To cancel the On Timer, press
again.
 When controlling the ventilator by external control,
the ventilator will turn on after the connected indoor unit has
been turned on. If you do not cancel the On Timer,
it will run continuously.
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Selecting Off Timer
The Off Timer enables you to switch off the ventilator automatically
after a given period of time. You can set the period from 0 minute to
60 minutes. You can set the Off Timer only when the ventilator is on.
1
Press
buttons to set the Off Timer.
Result:
2
flickers when you press the button once.
Press
Result:
buttons until the required time is displayed.
 Each time you press the buttons, you can
adjust the time by 1 minute from 0 to 60
minutes.
 By holding down
buttons for more
than 3 seconds, you can adjust the time by
10 minutes.
3
Press
(Confirm/Cancel) button to complete the setting.
Result:

flickering stops and the remaining
time is displayed.

indicator turns on.
If you do not press the
(Confirm/Cancel)
button in 5 seconds after selecting the period,
the Off Timer is canceled automatically.
Make sure that the
indicator comes on.
(Confirm/Cancel) button
 To cancel the Off Timer, press
again.
 When controlling the ventilator by external control,
the ventilator will turn off after the connected indoor unit has
been turned off. If you do not cancel the Off Timer,
it will run continuously.
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Selecting Optional Operation Mode
You can select the Optional Operation Modes only after a qualified
installer sets the operation modes. There are 3 Optional Operation
Modes such as Auto Operation mode, Sleep mode and Air Purifying
mode.
Press
Result:
botton.
By-Pass Mode, Heat-EX Mode, Auto Operation Mode,
Sleep Mode and Air Purifying Mode are selected in
order.
 You can use the Heater, Damper, Humidification and CO2 Sensor
only after installing the units.
 After installing the CO2 (carbon dioxide) sensor to the Ventilator,
every
button press will select the fan speed in order of
Low, High, Turbo and Auto.
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Memo
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