LG | PQNUD1S40.ENCXIDA | LG PQNUD1S40.ENCXIDA Owner’s Manual

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INSTALLATION/OWNER’S MANUAL
AIR
CONDITIONER
Please read this installation manual completely before installing the product.
Installation work must be performed in accordance with the national wiring
standards by authorized personnel only.
Please retain this installation manual for future reference after reading it
thoroughly.
PDI Premium
PQNUD1S40
www.lg.com
P/NO : MFL67982903
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TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY
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TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY
Here are some tips that will help you minimize the power consumption when you use the air
conditioner. You can use your air conditioner more efficiently by referring to the instructions
below:
• Do not cool excessively indoors. This may be harmful for your health and may consume more
electricity.
• Block sunlight with blinds or curtains while you are operating the air conditioner.
• Keep doors or windows closed tightly while you are operating the air conditioner.
• Adjust the direction of the air flow vertically or horizontally to circulate indoor air.
• Speed up the fan to cool or warm indoor air quickly, in a short period of time.
• Open windows regularly for ventilation as the indoor air quality may deteriorate if the air conditioner is used for many hours.
• Clean the air filter once every 2 weeks. Dust and impurities collected in the air filter may block
the air flow or weaken the cooling / dehumidifying functions.
Class A device
!
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A 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 instruction 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.
For your records
Staple your receipt to this page in case you need it to prove the date of purchase or for warranty
purposes. Write the model number and the serial number here:
Model number :
Serial number :
You can find them on a label on the side of each unit.
Dealer’s name :
Date of purchase :
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE.
Always comply with the following precautions to avoid dangerous situations and ensure peak
performance of your product
! WARNING
It can result in serious injury or death when the directions are ignored
! CAUTION
It can result in minor injury or product damage when the directions are ignored
! WARNING
• Installation or repairs made by unqualified persons can result in hazards to you and others.
• Installation work must be performed in accordance with the National Electric Code by qualified and authorized personnel only.
• The information contained in the manual is intended for use by a qualified service technician
familiar with safety procedures and equipped with the proper tools and test instruments.
• Failure to carefully read and follow all instructions in this manual can result in equipment malfunction, property damage, personal injury and/or death.
! WARNING
Installation
• Be sure to request to the service center or installation specialty store when installing products.
It will cause fire or electric shock or explosion or injury.
• Request to the service center or installation specialty store when reinstalling the installed product.
It will cause fire or electric shock or explosion or injury.
• Do not disassemble, fix, and modify products randomly.
It will cause fire or electric shock.
In-use
• Do not place flammable stuffs close to the product.
It will cause fire.
• Do not allow water to run into the product.
It will cause electric shock or breakdown.
• Do not give the shock to the product.
It will cause breakdown when giving the shock to the product.
• Request to the service center or installation specialty store when the product becomes wet.
It will cause fire or electric shock.
• Do not give the shock using sharp and pointed objects.
It will cause breakdown by damaging parts.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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! CAUTION
In-use
• Do not clean using the powerful detergent like solvent but use soft cloths.
It will cause fire or product deformation.
• Do not press the screen using powerful pressure or select two buttons.
It will cause product breakdown or malfunction.
• Do not touch or pull the lead wire with wet hands.
It will cause product breakdown or electric shock.
According to IEC 60335-1
This appliance is not intended for use by person (including children) with reduced physical, or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
According to EN 60335-1
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and person 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. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be made by children without supervision.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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3
TIPS FOR SAVING
ENERGY
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
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NAME OF EACH PART
6
Name of each part
7
COMPONENTS
8
INSTALLATION METHOD
8
Diagram of overall product configuration
13
How to wire the product (when EHP
product is connected)
14
How to wire the product (when GHP
product is connected)
15
Wiring
5
19 SETTING AND USING
METHOD
19
Glossary
20
Setting
22
Setting up detailed functions (EHP
products)
30
Setting detailed functions (GHP
products)
36
How to Use Power Indicator (EHP
products)
39
How to Use the Power Indicator (GHP
products)
43
Operating condition display
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NAME OF EACH PART
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NAME OF EACH PART
Name of each part
POWER
WHM
① Front cover
ODU WHM CHECK
② LED display
POWER
WHM
③ Menu button
MENU
④ LCD display
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
⑤ SELECT button
ODU WHM CHECK
② LED display
⑥ Navigation button
⑦ Power supply
① Front cover
② LED display Displays current status of power indicator
③ Menu button Use for checking initial setting and electric power
④ LCD display Displays setting information and power usage
⑤ SELECT button Use for initial setting
⑥ Navigation button Use for checking initial setting and electric power
⑦ Power supply Supply power for power indicator
(The Power supply is not provided with the PDI Premium
package sold in the U.S.)
COMPONENTS
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COMPONENTS
Components
WHM
155.0 mm
155.0 mm
POWER
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
270.0 mm
Power indicator
POWER
7
120.0 mm
Power supply
WHM
ODU WHM CHECK
Front cover
Manual
10 screws (M4 X 12 mm)
* The Power supply is not provided with the PDI Premium package sold in the U.S.
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INSTALLATION METHOD
Diagram of overall product configuration
When interlocked to pulse type wattmeter
• When interlocked to EHP product
- Independent Operation of Power Indicator (interlocked to EHP products)
Wattmeter
Wattmeter
Pulse signal
POWER
WHM
Pulse signal
Power In
single phase
220-240 V~,
50/60 Hz
MENU
RS-485
(LGAP)
Power In 3
phase 4 wire
380-415 V 3N~,
50/60 Hz
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
Pulse signal
Power cable of indoor unit
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INSTALLATION METHOD
(00)
(01)
(02)
(03)
(70)
(71)
(72)
(73)
Power cable for 3 phase 4 wire
Power cable for single phase
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable): Between outdoor unit and central controller
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable): Between indoor unit and outdoor unit
Pulse signal wire
Refrigerant pipe
! CAUTION
• Depending on the electric power, use the wattmeter for remote reading by sending the
pulse signal.
• Use the wattmeter with the pulse width of 50 ~ 400 ms.
• The wattmeter pulse must be able to sink at least 3 mA or more of current in the power
indicator.
• Use the wattmeter of 1 W/pulse, 2 W/pulse, 4 W/pulse, 6 W/pulse, 8 W/pulse, 10 W/pulse,
100 W/pulse and PT/CT (1 ~ 50 000).
• When setting the wattmeter, set it to Master Mode.
• Maximum of 8 wattmeters can be installed.
• The distance between power indicator and wattmeter should be shorter than 10 m in
normal circumstance.
• When electrical or mechanical noise is expected, more shorter wiring is needed.
• For watt-hour meter setting, inquire to the corresponding vendor.
h EHP (Electric Heat Pump): It is an electric air conditioner to drive the compressor by electric power.
INSTALLATION METHOD
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• Interlocked Operation with Central Controller (interlocked to EHP product)
Wattmeter
Wattmeter
Pulse signal
Pulse signal
Power In
single phase
220-240 V~,
50/60 Hz
POWER
RS-485
(LGAP)
WHM
MENU
Power In 3
phase 4 wire
380-415 V 3N~,
50/60 Hz
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
Power cable of indoor unit
Pulse signal
(00)
(01)
(02)
(03)
(70)
(71)
(72)
(73)
RS-485
(LGAP)
Power cable for 3 phase 4 wire
Power cable for single phase
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable): Between outdoor unit and central controller
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable): Between indoor unit and outdoor unit
Pulse signal wire
Refrigerant pipe
! CAUTION
• Depending on the electric power, use the wattmeter for remote reading by sending the
pulse signal.
• Use the wattmeter with the pulse width of 50 ~ 400 ms.
• The wattmeter pulse must be able to sink at least 3 mA or more of current in the power
indicator.
• Use the wattmeter of 1 W/pulse, 2 W/pulse, 4 W/pulse, 6 W/pulse, 8 W/pulse, 10 W/pulse,
100 W/pulse and PT/CT (1 ~ 50 000).
• When setting the wattmeter, set it to Slave Mode.
• Maximum of 8 wattmeters can be installed.
• The distance between power indicator and wattmeter should be shorter than 10 m in
normal circumstance.
• When electrical or mechanical noise is expected, more shorter wiring is needed.
• For watt-hour meter setting, inquire to the corresponding vendor.
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• When interlocked to GHP product
- Independent Operation of Power Indicator (interlocked to GHP product)
RS-485
(LGAP)
Pulse signal(Power)
POWER
Pulse signal(Power)
Pulse signal(Gas)
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
Wattmeter
Power In 3
phase 4 wire
380-415 V 3N~, 50/60 Hz
Gas meter
ODU WHM CHECK
Pulse signal(Gas)
(00)
(01)
(02)
(03)
Gas
(70)
(71)
(72)
(73)
Power cable for 3 phase 4 wire
Power cable for single phase
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable): Between outdoor unit and central controller
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable): Between indoor unit and outdoor unit
Pulse signal wire
Refrigerant pipe
Gas pipe
Pulse signal wire(Gas)
! CAUTION
• Use the wattmeter for remote reading to send pulse signal depending on wattage.
• Use the wattmeter with the pulse width of 50 ~ 400 ms.
• The wattmeter pulse must be able to sink at least 3 mA or more of current in the power indicator.
• Use the wattmeter for 1 W/Pulse, 2 W/Pulse, 4 W/Pulse, 6 W/Pulse, 8 W/Pulse,
10 W/Pulse, 100 W/Pulse, PT / CT (1 ~ 50 000).
• Use the gas meter for remote reading to send pulse signal depending on gas consumption.
• Use the gas meter with the pulse width of 50 ms or more.
• Use the gas meter containing the max. gas pressure of 0.2 ~ 10 m3/h.
• Gas meter pulse must be able to sink at least 3 mA of current or more in the power indicator.
• Use the gas meters for 1 l / Pulse, 2 l / Pulse, 4 l / Pulse, 6 l / Pulse, 8 l / Pulse, 10 l / Pulse,
100 l / Pulse, VT / Pr (1 ~ 50 000).
• Set to Master Mode when setting the wattmeter or gas meter.
• Wattmeter or gas meter can be installed up to 4.
• Connection cable for the power indicator and wattmeter (gas meter) must not exceed 10 m
in normal circumstance.
• Reduce the length of connection cable if there is any electrical or mechanical noise on the site.
• For watt-hour meter and gas meter setting, inquire to the corresponding vendor.
h GHP (Gas engine Heat Pump): It is a gas air-conditioner to drive the compressor with LNG or LPG as a
heat source and the gas engine electric power.
INSTALLATION METHOD
RS-485
(LGAP)
Pulse signal(Power)
POWER
Pulse signal(Power)
Pulse signal(Gas)
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
Wattmeter
Power In 3
phase 4 wire
380-415 V 3N~, 50/60 Hz
Gas meter
ODU WHM CHECK
Pulse signal(Gas)
(00)
(01)
(02)
(03)
Gas
(70)
(71)
(72)
(73)
RS-485
(LGAP)
Power cable for 3 phase 4 wire
Power cable for single phase
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable): Between outdoor unit and central controller
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable): Between indoor unit and outdoor unit
Pulse signal wire
Refrigerant pipe
Gas pipe
Pulse signal wire(Gas)
! CAUTION
• Use the wattmeter for remote reading to send pulse signal depending on wattage.
• Use the wattmeter with the pulse width of 50 ~ 400 ms.
• The wattmeter pulse must be able to sink at least 3 mA or more of current in the power indicator.
• Use the wattmeter for 1 W/Pulse, 2 W/Pulse, 4 W/Pulse, 6 W/Pulse, 8 W/Pulse,
10 W/Pulse, 100 W/Pulse, PT / CT (1 ~ 50 000).
• Use the gas meter for remote reading to send pulse signal depending on gas consumption.
• Use the gas meter with the pulse width of 50 ms or more.
• Use the gas meter containing the max. gas pressure of 0.2 ~ 10 m3/h.
• Gas meter pulse must be able to sink at least 3 mA of current or more in the power indicator.
• Use the gas meters for 1 l / Pulse, 2 l / Pulse, 4 l / Pulse, 6 l / Pulse, 8 l / Pulse, 10 l / Pulse,
100 l / Pulse, VT / Pr (1 ~ 50 000).
• Set to Slave Mode when setting the wattmeter or gas meter.
• Wattmeter or gas meter can be installed up to 4.
• Connection cable for the power indicator and wattmeter (gas meter) must not exceed 10 m in
normal circumstance.
• Reduce the length of connection cable if there is any electrical or mechanical noise on the site.
• For watt-hour meter and gas meter setting, inquire to the corresponding vendor.
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- Interlocked operation with central controller(interlocked to GHP product)
h When linked with the GHP product, the central controller is linked only possible model of
ACS IV series or later.
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When interlocked to RS-485 type wattmeter (EHP products only)
Interlock function with RS-485 type wattmeter is available only for EHP products.
• Independent Operation of Power Indicator
Wattmeter
Power In 3
phase 4 wire
380-415 V 3N~, 50/60 Hz
RS-485(Maker Protocol)
POWER
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
RS-485(LGAP)
ODU WHM CHECK
(00)
(01)
(02)
Power cable for 3 phase 4 wire
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable):
Between outdoor unit and central controller
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable):
Between indoor unit and outdoor unit
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable):
Between indoor unit and outdoor unit
Refrigerant pipe
(03)
• Interlocked operation with central controller
Wattmeter
RS-485(Maker Protocol)
POWER
Power In 3
phase 4 wire
380-415 V 3N~, 50/60 Hz
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
(00)
(01)
(02)
(03)
RS-485
(LGAP)
Power cable for 3 phase 4 wire
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable):
Between outdoor unit and central controller
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable):
Between indoor unit and outdoor unit
Communication cable (2 wire shielded cable):
Between indoor unit and outdoor unit
Refrigerant pipe
! CAUTION
• Use the wattmeter (Interlock function with Omni System) that sends the electric energy
through 485 communications.
• When setting the wattmeter, set to Master Mode for independent operation and Slave
Mode for interlocked operation.
• When using the 485 wattmeter, maximum of 1 unit can be installed.
• For 485 watt-hour meter setting, inquire to the corresponding vendor.
INSTALLATION METHOD 13
Wiring Power Indicator
Connection of pulse type
wattmeter system
POWER
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
Connect when using
remote reading function
Connect when using
485 type wattmeter
Connect to central control (outdoor unit)
485 communication line
24 V~ power is supplied
for power supply device
Wiring Power Supply
220-240 V~ power cable connection terminal
L
Grounding cable connection terminal
N
220-240 V~
24 V~
Fixing clamp
24 V~ power cable connection terminal
! CAUTION
• Power must be turned on after the product is wired completely.
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How to wire the product (when EHP product is connected)
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How to wire the product (when GHP product is connected)
Wiring Power Indicator
Connected to pulse-type
wattmeter (1 ~ 4 ports)
Connected to pulse-type
gas meter (5 ~ 8 ports)
POWER
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
Connect to central control (outdoor unit)
485 communication line
24 V~ power is supplied
from the power supply
Wiring Power Supply
220-240 V~ power cable connection terminal
L
Grounding cable connection terminal
N
24 V~
220-240 V~
Fixing clamp
24 V~ power cable connection terminal
! CAUTION
• Power supply must be applied after wiring the product is completed, if applicable.
INSTALLATION METHOD 15
• Separate the power supply case.
• Loosen the clamp fixating the power supply.
• Connect the 220-240 V~ power cable to the black and grounding terminal.
• Connect the 24 V~ power cable to the yellow terminal.
• Use the clamp to fixate the 220-240 V~ and 24 V~ power cable.
• Use the screw to assemble the case.
• Use the included screws to fixate the power indicator and power supply at appropriate locations within the electric panel.
• Connect the 24 V~ power cable connected to the power supply to the power terminal of the
power indicator.
• Wire wattmeter, gas meter, central controlled communication cable, and the repeater for remote reading.
Power connection
POWER
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
220-240 V~
Mounting on wall
POWER
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
! WARNING
• Always tighten the terminal screws so that they do not become
loose.
• When connecting the power and communication cable,
always use the terminal (O-Ring, Y-Ring).
• For 220-240 V~ power cable, use (CV) 1.5 mm2 x 3 and for 24 V~
power cable, use the CV wire.
! CAUTION
• Power must be turned on after the product is wired completely.
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Wiring
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When connecting the pulse-type wattmeter
• Independent Operation of Power Indicator (interlocked to EHP product)
Pulse type
wattmeter
ᵄᵄᵄ
Pulse type
wattmeter
1. Please read the manual carefully, before using the product.
2. The installation requires expert skills, and it should be installed by the
service or other shops specialized in the installation and recognized by
our company.
3. For all the problems arising after installation by someone who has no
relevant qualifications, our company will not provide free service
CAUTION
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Connect the wattmeter and communication cable (EHP products)
POWER
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
CAUTION
1. Please read the manual carefully, before using the product.
2. The installation requires expert skills, and it should be installed by the
service or other shops specialized in the installation and recognized by
our company.
3. For all the problems arising after installation by someone who has no
relevant qualifications, our company will not provide free service
Central
controller
Remote
reading
! CAUTION
• The color and polarity of the signal wire may be different from the details indicated on the
case depending on the manufacturer of wattmeter. [Black: (-), white: (+)]
• When connecting the 485 communication cable, make sure to check the A, B polarity.
• After connecting the wattmeter, check whether the signal is connected through the LED.
• Power indicator and Pulse Type wattmeter must be installed in same panel.
INSTALLATION METHOD 17
• Interlock function with RS-485 type wattmeter is available only for EHP products.
1. Please read the manual carefully, before using the product.
2. The installation requires expert skills, and it should be installed by the
service or other shops specialized in the installation and recognized by
our company.
3. For all the problems arising after installation by someone who has no
relevant qualifications, our company will not provide free service
CAUTION
POWER
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
CAUTION
1. Please read the manual carefully, before using the product.
2. The installation requires expert skills, and it should be installed by the
service or other shops specialized in the installation and recognized by
our company.
3. For all the problems arising after installation by someone who has no
relevant qualifications, our company will not provide free service
Central
control
485-type
wattmeter
Remote
reading
! CAUTION
• The color and polarity of the signal wire may be different from the details indicated on the
case depending on the manufacturer of wattmeter. [Black: (-), white: (+)]
• When connecting the 485 communication cable, make sure to check the A, B polarity.
• After connecting the wattmeter, check whether the signal is connected through the LED.
• Power indicator and Pulse Type wattmeter must be installed in same panel.
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When connected to RS-485 type wattmeter
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When connecting the pulse-type wattmeter / gas meter
Pulse type ᵄᵄᵄ Pulse type Pulse-type ᵄᵄᵄ Pulse-type
wattmeter
wattmeter Gas meter
Gas meter
1. Please read the manual carefully, before using the product.
2. The installation requires expert skills, and it should be installed by the
service or other shops specialized in the installation and recognized by
our company.
3. For all the problems arising after installation by someone who has no
relevant qualifications, our company will not provide free service
CAUTION
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Connection of wattmeter, gas meter and communication cable (GHP products)
POWER
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
CAUTION
1. Please read the manual carefully, before using the product.
2. The installation requires expert skills, and it should be installed by the
service or other shops specialized in the installation and recognized by
our company.
3. For all the problems arising after installation by someone who has no
relevant qualifications, our company will not provide free service
Central
controller
! CAUTION
• The color and polarity of the signal wire may be different from the details indicated on the
case depending on the manufacturer of wattmeter. [Black: (-), white: (+)]
• When connecting the 485 communication cable, make sure to check the A, B polarity.
• After connecting the wattmeter, check whether the signal is connected through the LED.
• Install the power indicator and the pulse-type wattmeter on the same panel.
• Make sure that the pulse lines of the wattmeter and gas meter are connected to the
correct positions (wattmeter: 1 ~ 4 ports; gas meter: 5 ~ 8 ports).
SETTING AND USING METHOD 19
Glossary
• EHP (Electric Heat Pump)
It is an electric air conditioner to drive the compressor by electric power.
• GHP (Gas engine Heat Pump)
GHP is a gas air conditioner to drive the compressor with LNG and LPG gas as a heat source
and power supply for gas engine.
• WHM: wattmeter
• LHM: gas meter
• ODU: Outdoor Unit
• IDU: Indoor Unit
• REMOTE COM: remote meter reading company
• STANDBY P: Standby Power
• NOT USE: setting as disabled
• CT: deflector device
• PT: transforming equipment
• VT: volume adjustment device
• Pr: gauge integer
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SETTING AND USING METHOD
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Setting
Description of button function
- Menu button: Move to standby screen after setting is completed. Use for reading wattmeter
- Direction button: Move to item to set
- SELECT button: Enter applicable setting window and set changed information
Enter function setting mode
POWER
WHM
MENU
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
SELECT
ODU WHM CHECK
• If entering the setting screen for the first time.
- After turning power on, press the MENU button and the SELECT button at the same time
and the screen will change to the screen where you can select the product connection
type. Select the product type to connect, and then press the SELECT button. Then, the
selection of the product will be saved and the screen will be switched to the main
standby screen.
P R O D U C T
H#O#H#F#W#U#L#F###S#R#Z#H#U
G#L#V#W#U#L#E#X#W#R#U
2 . G H P
C H A N G E
<Main standby screen>
T Y P E
1 . E H P
S E T T I N G
I N F O !
<Connection Product Type Setting Screen>
SETTING AND USING METHOD 21
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d@i@s@t@r@i@b@u@t@o@r
C O N N E C T I O N :
M A S T E R
W H M
P U L S E
T Y P E
R E M O T E
S T A N D B Y
<Main standby screen>
:
C O M :
P
:
N O T
U S E
A U T O
<Function setting screen>
• After selecting GHP product
C O N N E C T O I N : M A S T E R
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d@i@s@t@r@i@b@u@t@o@r
S T A N D B Y
S E T
P
M E T E R
: A U T O
: D O W N
D O W N
<Main standby screen>
<Function Setting Screen>
• The item with letters blinking is the current setting location on the function setting screen.
h If you want to change the connection type of product
- On the function setting screen, press the (▲) button and (▼) button simultaneously, and then
you can enter the connected product type setting screen.
! CAUTION
• Power indicator setting only can be changed during the 20 minutes after turning on the
power. Twenty (20) minutes later, if you need to change settings, turn the power indicator
on again.
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• If after selecting the connection product type at least once, you are entering the setting
screen.
- After turning power on, press the MENU button and the SELECT button at the same time
and then will be switched to the function setting screen.
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Setting up detailed functions (EHP products)
Flowchart for how to set up functions (EHP products)
While EHP product is selected, set the detailed functions of the power indicator with reference
to the flowchart below
H#O#H#F#W#U#L#F###S#R#Z#H#U
G#L#V#W#U#L#E#X#W#R#U
MENU button + SELECT button
C O N N E C T I O N :
M A S T E R
C O N N E C T I O N###T Y P E
W H M
P U L S E
1 . M A S T E R
T Y P E
R E M O T E
:
C O M:
S T A N D B Y
P
N O T
:
U S E
A U T O
▼ Button
2 . S L A V E
SELECT
button
3 . SLAVE-RC
<Select connection type>
C O N N E C T I O N :
M A S T E R
W H M
W H M
P U L S E
1 . P U L S E
T Y P E
R E M O T E
:
C O M:
S T A N D B Y
P
N O T
:
U S E
A U T O
▼ Button
C O N N E C T I O N :
W H M
T Y P E
R E M O T E
S T A N D B Y
:
P
2 . R S - 4 8 5
SELECT
button
1 . N O T
P U L S E
N O T
:
SELECT
button
▼ Button
3 . L S I S
4 . L G
A C P
<Set remote reading company>
C O N N E C T I O N :
M A S T E R
S T A N D B Y
W H M
P U L S E
1 . A U T O
T Y P E
R E M O T E
:
C O M:
S T A N D B Y
P
N O T
:
U S E
A U T O
▼ Button
<Set standby power distribution method>
U S E
* W H M
W H M 2 :N O T
U S E
1 . N O T
W H M 3 :N O T
U S E
W H M 4 :N O T
U S E
▼ Button
▼ Button
P O W E R
2 . M A N U A L
SELECT
button
W H M 1 :N O T
ᵄ
ᵄ
ᵄ
R E A D I N G C O M .
U S E
2 . M I C R O N I C
U S E
A U T O
<Set the wattmeter type>
R E M O T E
M A S T E R
C O M:
T Y P E###S E L E C T I O N
SELECT
button
W / P U L S E
S E L E C T *
U S E
2 .
1 W / P U L S E
3 .
2 W / P U L S E
4 .
4 W / P U L S E
5 .
6 W / P U L S E
6 .
8 W / P U L S E
7 .
10 W / P U L S E
8 . 100 W / P U L S E
W H M 5 : N O T
U S E
W H M 6 : N O T
U S E
W H M 7 : N O T
U S E
W H M 8 : N O T
U S E
9 .
C T / P T
<Set power consumption per pulse>
SETTING AND USING METHOD 23
• Power indicator setting only can be changed during the 20 minutes after turning on the
power. Twenty (20) minutes
Twenty (20) minutes later, if you need to change settings, turn the power indicator on
again.
R#X#W###G#U###L#G#+#P#L#F#U#R#Q#L#F#V#,
3#3
<MICRONICS>
R#X#W###G#U###L#G#+#O#V#L#V#,
3#3#3#3
SELECT
button
<LSIS>
R#X#W###G#U###L#G#+#L G#0#D#F#S#,
3#3#3#3
<LG-ACP>
C T & P U L S E
R A T I O
S E T
C T : 0 0 0 0 0
,
W H M 1
[ P u l s e / k W h ]
P r : 0 0 0 0 0
<Set CT type>
SELECT
button
SELECT
button
C O N S U M E
U N I T
1 . O U T D O O R
2 . I N D O O R
S E L E C T
I N D O O R
U N I T
SELECT
button
SELECT
button
<Selecting the power consumption device>
A D D R E S S
S E T
( S T A R T ) → ( E N D )
U N I T
( 0 0 ) → ( 0 0 )
<Setting the connected indoor unit address>
ENGLISH
! CAUTION
24 SETTING AND USING METHOD
ENGLISH
Setting functions (EHP products)
• Connection type setting: Setting based on system configuration
- In case of power indicator single composition: MASTER
- In case of central controller interface: SLAVE
※In 1.16 or higher version, SLAVE-RC setting is possible, and in case of central controller interface, if one unit of SLAVE is set as SLAVE-RC, protection logic for distribution error by central
controller failure is operated.
CONNEC T I ON :
MAS T ER
CONNEC T I ON
WH M
PU L S E
1 .
MAS TER
2 .
S L AV E
3 .
S L A V E - R C
T Y P E
R EMO T E
:
COM :
S T ANDB Y
P
:
NOT
US E
AU TO
T Y P E
‘ When the CONNECTION item flashes, press the SELECT button to enter the setting window.
Press the SELECT button at the item to set to save the setting and return to the initial setting
screen.
! CAUTION
• When you set the connection type, you need to set only one unit as SLAVE RC Type.
• Wattmeter type setting: Setting based on connected wattmeter.
- Pulse: When using wattmeter that sends electric energy as pulse signal
- RS-485: When using wattmeter that sends electric energy via RS-485 communication
CONNEC T I ON :
MAS T ER
WH M
WH M
PU L S E
1 .
P U L SE
2 .
R S - 4 8 5
T Y P E
R EMO T E
:
COM :
S T ANDB Y
P
:
NOT
US E
T Y P E
S E L EC T I ON
AU TO
‘ When the WHM TYPE item flashes, press the SELECT button to enter the setting window.
Press the SELECT button at the item to set to save the setting and return to the initial setting screen.
• Whether to use remote reading and set the reading company
- NOT USE: Not use the remote reading function
- Set the remote reading company to use
CONNEC T I ON :
MAS T ER
RE MO T E
READ I NG
WH M
PU L S E
1 .
NOT
US E
2 .
M I C RO N I C
3 .
L S I S
T Y P E
R EMO T E
S T ANDB Y
:
COM :
P
:
NOT
AU TO
US E
RE MO T E
4 .
L G
READ I NG
COM .
COM .
ACP
‘ When the REMOTE COM item flashes, press the SELECT button to enter the setting window.
When the name of the applicable remote reading company flashes, press the SELECT button
to set the remote reading company and move to the address input window.
SETTING AND USING METHOD 25
* When setting Micronics: 00,06,12,18…(Increase by 6 units)
OUT
DR
ID (MICRONICS)
00
* When setting LS Industrial Systems: Can be changed to 0000 ~ 9999 (Increase by 2 units)
OUT
DR
ID (LSIS)
0000
* When setting to ACP: Can be changed to 00 ~ 99
OUT
DR
ID (LG-ACP)
00 00
‘ After entering the remote reading ID, press the SELECT button to save the setting and return
to the initial setting screen.
! CAUTION
• When setting the remote reading ID, enter the ID assigned by the remote reading
company.
ENGLISH
- Address setting based on remote reading company setting
26 SETTING AND USING METHOD
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• Standby power distribution method setting
Standby power: Power consumed by outdoor unit when all indoor units are turned off
- AUTO: Automatically distributes the standby power to all connected indoor units
- Manual: Does not distribute the standby power and saves separately
CONNECTION
=
MASTER
STANDBY
WHM
=
PULSE
1.AUTO
TYPE
REMOTE
STANDBY
COM =
P
=
NOT
USE
POWER
2.MANUAL
AUTO
‘ When the STANDBY P item flashes, press the SELECT button to enter the setting window.
Press the SELECT button at the item to set to save the setting and return to the initial setting
window.
! CAUTION
• Factor default is MASTER, PULSE, NOT USE and AUTO.
SETTING AND USING METHOD 27
• Wattmeter property setting: Based on the wattmeter type setting, it automatically switches to
property setting screen.
- Pulse type: Set power consumption by pulse, set attached location (Indoor/Outdoor unit
classification), set indoor unit address
- CT type: Set CT and device constant value, set attached location (Indoor/Outdoor unit
classification), set indoor unit address
- RS-485 communication type: Set wattmeter address, set attached location (Indoor/Outdoor
unit classification), set indoor unit address
• When setting pulse type
Press the ▼ button at the initial setting screen to enter
the wattmeter property setting screen.
When the wattmeter item to set flashes, press the SELECT button to change to detail setting window.
It proceeds in the order of Set power consumption by pulse ’ Set
power consumption device ’ Set connected indoor address.
- Set power consumption by pulse (WHM W/PULSE SELECT)
: Enter the value displayed on the wattmeter as power consumption per pulse
- Set power consumption device (CONSUME UNIT SELECT)
: Check and set whether the product on which the wattmeter is installed is a indoor or outdoor unit.
※If one indoor unit is set to use both outdoor unit power distribution and indoor unit power distribution, wattage value is displayed as indoor unit wattage value by summing outdoor unit
power distribution value and indoor unit power distribution
value.
- Set connected indoor address (INDOOR ADDRESS SET)
: Enter the indoor address connected to applicable wattmeter.
※After the initial installation, address setting of indoor unit connected to each port shall not be changed. If it is changed, previous data cannot be used.
After setting the applicable item, press the
SELECT button to save the setting and to move to the next stage.
Setting information is reflected to the detail setting window.
After setting all wattmeters, press the MENU button to save the setting and move to the initial
screen.
ENGLISH
Setting detailed properties (EHP products)
28 SETTING AND USING METHOD
ENGLISH
• When setting CT type
Press the (▼) button to set CT/PT from the power
consumption setting screen per pulse.
When 9. CT/PT item flashes, press the SELECT
button to enter CT, Pr input window.
It proceeds in the order of Set CT, device constant ’ Set power
consumption device ’ Set connected indoor address.
- CT, calibrating constant setting (CT&PULSE RATIO SET)
* CT: As the device to reduce the current so that the measuring device can take the measurement, enter the rate indicated on the product to the CT item.
Ex) when using 100:1 CT, enter 100 to the CT item.
* Pr: As the device constant value, it is displayed as ratio of
output pulse per power consumption of wattmeter. For the
device constant value, enter the value displayed on
wattmeter [Pulse/kWh]
Ex) when using 2 500 [Pulse/kWh] wattmeter, enter 2 500 to
Pr item.
- Power consumption device setting (CONSUME UNIT SELECT)
: Check whether the product with watt-hour meter installed is
outdoor unit or indoor unit first, and perform the setting.
※If one indoor unit is set to use both outdoor unit power distribution and indoor unit power distribution, wattage value is
displayed as indoor unit wattage value by summing outdoor
unit power distribution value and indoor unit power distribution value.
- Connected indoor unit address setting (INDOOR ADDRESS
SET)
: Input the address of the indoor unit connected to the corresponding watt-hour meter.
※After the initial installation, address setting of indoor unit
connected to each port shall not be changed. If it is
changed, previous data cannot be used.
After setting the applicable item, press the SELECT button to
save the setting and to move to the next stage.
Setting information is reflected to the detail setting
window.
After setting all wattmeters, press the MENU button to save the setting and move to the initial
screen.
SETTING AND USING METHOD 29
In the setting screen, change the wattmeter type to
RS-485.
Press the (▼) key at the initial setting screen to enter
the wattmeter property setting screen.
When the wattmeter item to set flashes, press the SELECT button to change to detail setting
window.
It proceeds in the order of Set wattmeter address ’ Set power
consumption device ’ Set connected indoor address.
- Set wattmeter address (WHM ADDRESS)
: For the 485 wattmeter address, enter the 12
digits displayed on the side barcode of 485 wattmeter.
- Set power consumption device (CONSUME UNIT SELECT)
: Check and set whether the product on which the wattmeter is
installed is a indoor or outdoor unit.
※If one indoor unit is set to use both outdoor unit power distribution and indoor unit power distribution, wattage value is
displayed as indoor unit wattage value by summing outdoor
unit power distribution value and indoor unit power distribution value.
- Set connected indoor address (INDOOR ADDRESS SET)
: Enter the indoor address connected to applicable wattmeter.
※After the initial installation, address setting of indoor unit
connected to each port shall not be changed. If it is
changed, previous data cannot be used.
After setting the applicable item, press the SELECT button to
save the setting and to move to the next stage.
Setting information is reflected to the detail setting
window.
After setting all wattmeters, press the MENU button to save the setting and move to the initial
screen.
ENGLISH
• When setting RS-485 communication type
30 SETTING AND USING METHOD
Function Setting Method Flowchart (GHP products)
While GHP product is selected, set the detailed functions of the power indicator with reference
to the following flowchart.
P OWE R&G A S
D I S T R I B UT OR
MENU button + SELECT button
CONNEC T I ON :
MAS T ER
CONNEC T I ON
S T ANDB Y
AU TO
1 .
MAS TER
D OWN
2 .
D OWN
SELECT 3 .
button
S L AV E
S L A V E - R C
S E T
P
:
ME T ER
CONNEC T I ON :
S T ANDB Y
S E T
P
:
AU TO
D OWN
D OWN
▼ Button
WH M 1 : N O T
US E
WH M 2 : N O T
US E
WH M 3 : N O T
US E
WH M 4 : N O T
US E
▼ Button
WH M 1 : N O T
WH M 2 : N O T
SELECT
button
AU TO
2 .
MANUA L
<Set standby power distribution method>
* WH M
W/ PU L S E
1 .
NOT
S E L EC T *
US E
2 .
1W/ P U L S E
SELECT 3 .
button
2W/ P U L S E
4 .
4W/ P U L S E
5 .
6W/ P U L S E
6 .
8W/ P U L S E
US E
US E
US E
WH M 4 : N O T
▼ Button
7 . 1 0W/ P U L S E
SELECT 8 . 1 0 0 W / P U L S E
button
9 .
C T / P T
<Power Consumption Setting per Pulse>
* L HM
US E
L HM 2 : NOT
US E
LHM3 : NOT
US E
LHM4 : NOT
US E
L HM 1 : NOT
P OW E R
1 .
US E
WH M 3 : N O T
L HM 1 : NOT
T Y P E
<Select connection type>
ST AN DB Y
MAS T ER
ME T ER
ENGLISH
Setting detailed functions (GHP products)
1 .
L / PU L S E
NOT
S E L EC T *
US E
SELECT 2 .
button
1 L / P U L S E
3 .
2 L / PU L S E
4 .
4 L / PU L S E
▼ Button
5 .
6 L / PU L S E
▼ Button
6 .
8 L / PU L S E
US E
7 . 1 0 L / PU L S E
L HM 2 : NOT
US E
8 . 1 0 0 L / PU L S E
LHM3 : NOT
US E
9 .
LHM4 : NOT
US E
V T&P r
<Set gas usage per pulse>
SETTING AND USING METHOD 31
• Power indicator setting only can be changed during the 20 minutes after turning on the
power.
Twenty (20) minutes later, if you need to change settings, turn the power indicator on
again.
CT&PU L S E
C T : 0 0 0 0 0
RAT I O
,
WH M 1
S E T
P r : 0 0 0 0 0
[ Pu l s e / kWh ]
SELECT
button
<Set CT type>
SELECT
button C O N S U M E
SELECT
button
UN I T
1 .
OU T DOOR
2 .
I NDOOR
S E LEC T
I N D OO R
UN I T
V T : 0 0 0 0 0
L HM1
RAT I O
,
S E T
( 0 0 )→( 0 0 )
SELECT
button
<Select the power consumption device>
V T&PU L S E
ADDRES S
( S T AR T )→( END )
UN I T
<Set the connected indoor unit address>
S E T
P r : 0 0 0 0 0
[ Pu l s e / k L
]
SELECT
button
<Set VT type>
I N D OO R
SELECT
button
ADDRES S
S E T
( S T AR T )→( END )
SELECT button
( 0 0 )→( 0 0 )
<Set the connected indoor unit address>
ENGLISH
! CAUTION
32 SETTING AND USING METHOD
ENGLISH
Setting functions (GHP products)
• Set the properties of the wattmeter and gas meter.
- Pulse type: Set power consumption per pulse / gas consumption, mounting location (divide indoor and outdoor unit), and the indoor unit address.
- CT (VT) type: Set CT (VT), the instrument integer value, mounting location (divide indoor and
outdoor unit), and the indoor unit address.
WHM1 ~ WHM4: Mount the wattmeter.
LHM1 ~ LHM4: Mount the gas meter.
• When setting the properties of the pulse-type wattmeter (WHM1 ~ WHM4).
CONNEC T I ON :
MAS T ER
S T ANDB Y
AU TO
S E T
P
:
ME T ER
D OWN
On the Home screen, press the (▼) button and then the
screen is switched to the wattmeter / gas meter property
setting screen.
D OWN
WH M 1 : N O T
US E
WH M 2 : N O T
US E
WH M 3 : N O T
US E
WH M 4 : N O T
US E
* WH M
W/ PU L S E
1 .
NOT
2 .
1 W/ P U L S E
3 .
2W / P U L S E
S E L EC T *
US E
CONS UME
D OWN
UN I T
1 .
OU T DOOR
2 .
I NDOOR
I N D OO R
When the item of the wattmeter you want to set is blinking, press the SELECT button, and the screen will be
switched to the detailed setting screen.
S E LEC T
UN I T
UN I T
ADDRES S
S E T
( S T AR T )→( END )
( 0 0 )→( 0 0 )
WH M 1 :
Set power consumption per pulse ’ set the power consumption
device ’ set the connected indoor unit address in order.
- Set power consumption per pulse (WHM W / PULSE SELECT).
: Please enter a value shown in the wattmeter as the power consumption recognized per pulse.
- Set the power consumption device (CONSUME UNIT SELECT).
: Please set up after making sure that the wattmeter is installed,
and checking whether the product installed is the indoor or outdoor unit.
※If one indoor unit is set to use both outdoor unit power distribution and indoor unit power distribution, wattage value is displayed as indoor unit wattage value by summing outdoor unit
power distribution value and indoor unit power distribution
value.
- Set the connected indoor unit address (INDOOR ADDRESS SET).
: Enter the address of the indoor unit connected to the wattmeter.
※After the initial installation, address setting of indoor unit connected to each port shall not be changed. If it is changed, previous data cannot be used.
After setting the item, press the SELECT button to save the setting, and then move to the next step.
2W , ODU , 0 0 - 0 0
WH M 2 : N O T
US E
WH M 3 : N O T
US E
WH M 4 : N O T
US E
Configuration information is reflected on the
detailed setting window.
After setting every wattmeter, press the menu button to save the settings and the screen will be
switched to the initial screen.
SETTING AND USING METHOD 33
CONNEC T I ON :
MAS T ER
S T ANDB Y
AU TO
S E T
P
:
ME T ER
On the initial setting screen, press the (▼) button and
the screen will be switched to the wattmeter / gas
meter property setting screen.
D OWN
D OWN
WH M 1 : N O T
US E
WH M 2 : N O T
US E
WH M 3 : N O T
US E
WH M 4 : N O T
US E
L HM 1 : NOT
US E
L HM 2 : NOT
US E
LHM3 : NOT
US E
LHM4 : NOT
US E
* L HM
L / PU L S E
1 .
NOT
2 .
1 L / PU L S E
3 .
2 L / PU L S E
I N D OO R
On the wattmeter property setting screen, press the
(▼) button and the screen will be switched to gas
meter property setting screen.
When the item of the wattmeter you want to set is
blinking, press the SELECT button, and the screen will
be switched to the detailed setting screen.
S E L EC T *
US E
ADDRES S
D OWN
S E T
( S T AR T )→( END )
( 0 0 )→( 0 0 )
Set gas consumption per pulse ’ Set the connected indoor unit
address in order.
- Set gas consumption per pulse (LHM L / PULSE SELECT).
: Please enter a value shown in the gas meter as the gas consumption recognized per pulse.
- Set the connected indoor unit address (INDOOR ADDRESS
SET).
: Enter the address of the indoor unit connected to the gas
meter.
※After the initial installation, address setting of indoor unit
connected to each port shall not be changed. If it is
changed, previous data cannot be used.
- Set connected indoor address (INDOOR ADDRESS SET)
: Enter the indoor address connected to applicable wattmeter.
After setting the item, press the SELECT button to save the
settings, and then move to the next step.
L HM 1 : 1 0 L , OD U , 0 0 - 0 0
L HM 2 : NOT
US E
LHM3 : NOT
US E
LHM4 : NOT
US E
Configuration information is reflected in the
detailed setting window.
After setting every gas meter, press the menu button to save the settings, and then move to the
initial screen.
ENGLISH
• When setting the properties of the pulse-type gas meter (LHM1 ~ LHM4)
34 SETTING AND USING METHOD
ENGLISH
• When setting the properties of the CT-type wattmeter (WHM1 ~ WHM4)
CONNEC T I ON :
MAS T ER
S T ANDB Y
AU TO
S E T
P
:
ME T ER
On the initial setting screen, press the (▼) button and
then will be switched to the wattmeter / gas meter property setting screen.
D OWN
D OWN
WH M 1 : N O T
US E
WH M 2 : N O T
US E
WH M 3 : N O T
US E
WH M 4 : N O T
US E
* WH M
W/ PU L S E
1 .
NOT
2 .
1W/ PU L S E
3 .
2W / P U L S E
* WH M
When the item of the wattmeter you want to set is blinking, press the SELECT button, and the screen will be
switched to the detailed setting screen.
S E L EC T *
On the screen of the power consumption per pulse, press
the (▼) button to select the item of CT/PT.
US E
D OWN
W/ PU L S E
S E L EC T *
7 . 1 0W/ P U L S E
UP
8 . 1 0 0W/ PU L S E
9 . C T / P T
CT&PU L S E
C T : 0 0 0 0 0
RAT I O
,
WH M 1
P r : 0 0 0 0 0
[ Pu l s e / kWh ]
CONS UME
UN I T
1 .
OU T DOOR
2 .
I NDOOR
I N D OO R
S E T
S E LEC T
UN I T
UN I T
ADDRES S
S E T
( S T AR T )→( END )
( 0 0 )→( 0 0 )
When the item of CT/PT is blinking, press the SELECT button, and the screen will be switched to the screen where
CT&PULSE RATIO SET is entered.
It proceeds in the order of Set CT, device constant ’ Set power consumption device ’ Set connected indoor address.
- CT, calibrating constant setting (CT&PULSE RATIO SET)
* CT: As the device to reduce the current so that the measuring device can take the measurement, enter the rate indicated on the
product to the CT item.
Ex) when using 100:1 CT, enter 100 to the CT item.
* Pr: As the device constant value, it is displayed as ratio of output
pulse per power consumption of wattmeter. For the device constant
value, enter the value displayed on wattmeter [Pulse/kWh]
Ex) when using 2 500 [Pulse/kWh] wattmeter, enter 2 500 to Pr item.
- Power consumption device setting (CONSUME UNIT SELECT)
: Check whether the product with watt-hour meter installed is outdoor
unit or indoor unit first, and perform the setting.
※If one indoor unit is set to use both outdoor unit power distribution
and indoor unit power distribution, wattage value is displayed as
indoor unit wattage value by summing outdoor unit power distribution value and indoor unit power distribution value.
- Connected indoor unit address setting (INDOOR ADDRESS SET)
: Input the address of the indoor unit connected to the corresponding
watt-hour meter.
※After the initial installation, address setting of indoor unit connected to each port shall not be changed. If it is changed, previous
data cannot be used.
After setting the item, press the SELECT button to save the settings,
and then move to the next step.
WH M 1 : C T / P T , I D U , 0 0 - 0 0
WH M 2 : N O T
US E
WH M 3 : N O T
US E
WH M 4 : N O T
US E
The set information is reflected on the detailed setting
window.
After setting every Watt-hour meter, press the menu button to save the settings, and then move
to the initial screen.
SETTING AND USING METHOD 35
CONNEC T I ON :
MAS T ER
S T ANDB Y
AU TO
S E T
P
:
ME T ER
On the initial setting screen, press (▼) button, and the
screen will be switched to the wattmeter/gas meter
property setting screen.
D OWN
D OWN
WH M 1 : N O T
US E
WH M 2 : N O T
US E
WH M 3 : N O T
US E
WH M 4 : N O T
US E
L HM 1 : NOT
US E
L HM 2 : NOT
US E
LHM3 : NOT
US E
LHM4 : NOT
US E
* L HM
L / PU L S E
1 .
NOT
2 .
1 L / PU L S E
3 .
2 L / PU L S E
* L HM
On the wattmeter setting screen, press (▼) button,
and the screen will be switched to the gas meter property setting screen.
When the item of gas meter you want to set is blinking, press the SELECT button, and the screen will be
switched to the detailed setting window.
S E L EC T *
US E
On the gas consumption setting screen, press (▼) button to select the item of VT & Pr.
D OWN
L / PU L S E
S E L EC T *
7 . 1 0 L / PU L S E
UP
8 . 1 0 0 L / PU L S E
When the item of VT & Pr is blinking, press the SELECT
button, and the screen will be switched to the screen
where VT & PULSE RATIO SET is entered.
9 . V T &P r
V T&PU L S E
V T : 0 0 0 0 0
L HM1
I N D OO R
RAT I O
,
Set VT & Pr ’ Set the connected indoor unit address in order.
- Set VT type (VT & PULSE SELECT).
: You may set a value of gas meter per pulse as VT & Pr is set.
S E T
P r : 0 0 0 0 0
[ Pu l s e / k L
ADDRES S
If VT = P1, Pr = P2,
]
S E T
( S T AR T )Ɗ( END )
( 0 0 )Ɗ( 0 0 )
L HM 1 : V T &P r , OD U , 0 0 - 0 0
L HM 2 : NOT
US E
LHM3 : NOT
US E
LHM4 : NOT
US E
* Gas consumption per pulse = P1 *
1 000
(l / Pulse)
P2
Example) If you want to use 1 000 l / pulse gas meter, Pr is set
to a 1 with VT: 1.
- Connected indoor unit address setting (INDOOR ADDRESS SET)
: Input the address of the indoor unit connected to the corresponding watt-hour meter.
※After the initial installation, address setting of indoor unit
connected to each port shall not be changed. If it is
changed, previous data cannot be used.
After setting the item, press the SELECT button to save the settings, and then move to the next step.
Information on the set items and values is
reflected in the detailed settings window.
After setting every gas meter, press the menu button to save the settings, and then move to the
initial screen.
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• When setting the properties of the VT & Pr gas meter (LHM1 ~ LHM4)
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How to Use Power Indicator (EHP products)
Description of power indicator function
The power indicator is the product that provides the function of displaying the power consumed
in the LG Electronics System Air Conditioner by distributing by each connected indoor unit.
- Wattmeter that can be interlocked: As the cumulative wattmeter, it can interlock with pulse
output or RS-485 communication product.
- Number of units that can be interlocked: Maximum of 128 rooms
(127 rooms if standby power is displayed)
- LCD power display function: Instant power, cumulative power and error are displayed through
the LCD.
- Data save function during power outage: This function saves the data in an event of unexpected power outage.
- LED display function: When power, communication or pulse is connected, the applicable LED
flashes so that the operation can be checked.
How to distribute electric energy
- Power consumption of 1 room indoor unit = Total power consumption of outdoor unit x
(Weight of indoor unit / Weight of all indoor units)
- Weight of the indoor unit can be calculated based on the information including whether the
product operates, product capacity and whether the compressor operates and indoor fan level
etc.
Checking electric energy display
The electric energy can be checked by pressing the MENU button from the default screen to
check in the order of instantaneous power and accumulative power.
Basic
Menu button
Menu button
ADDR-0:
ADDR-1:
Instant power
ADDR-2:
Menu button
Menu button
ADDR-0:
ADDR-1:
Accumulative power
ADDR-2:
Menu button
Version 1.16 or later
Menu button
Version 1.15 or lower
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• This measuring system uses a proprietary method unique to LG Electronics and has not
legal basis.
• In 1.15 or less version, each indoor unit number increases sequentially according to the set
number of units.
• In 1.16 or higher version, it displays the address of the indoor unit set for each indoor unit
number.
• Checking instantaneous power (Instantaneous Power)
Instantaneous power: As the power consumption per minute, it is refreshed every 1 minute.
- In 1.15 or less version, it displays the power amount consumed in 1 minute.
- In 1.16 or higher version, it displays instantaneous power consumption.
*Example of instantaneous power consumption
: When 100 W is displayed, if it is used with the current power consumption for 1 hour,
100 Wh will be consumed.
- Screen Description
Wattmeter number
ADDR-0:
ADDR-1:
ADDR-2:
Overall instantaneous power
of P(1) wattmeter
Instantaneous power of each
applicable indoor unit
Each indoor unit number
- Press the LEFT/RIGHT (◀,▶)button to increase/decrease the wattmeter number.
- Press the UP/DOWN (s,t)button to check the electric energy of all indoor units connected.
- In 1.15 or less version, each indoor unit number increases sequentially according to the set
number of units.
- In 1.16 or higher version, it displays the address of the indoor unit set for each indoor unit number.
- If the standby power is set to Manual, the last page is displayed as follows.
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! CAUTION
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• Checking accumulative power
Accumulative power: After the power is initially connected to the power indicator, the values
are accumulated.
If the displayed electric energy is 999 999 or above, it will return to 0.
• Screen Description
Wattmeter number
Overall accumulated power
of P(1) wattmeter
ADDR-0:
ADDR-1:
Accumulated power of each
applicable indoor unit
ADDR-2:
Each indoor unit number
- Press the LEFT/RIGHT (◀,▶)button to increase/decrease the wattmeter number.
- Press the UP/DOWN (s,t)button to check the electric energy of all indoor units connected.
- In 1.15 or less version, each indoor unit number increases sequentially according to the set number
of units.
- In 1.16 or higher version, it displays the address of the indoor unit set for each indoor unit number.
- If the standby power is set to Manual, the last page is displayed as follows.
- In 1.16 or higher version, if you press left/right button(◀, ▶), it is displayed as follows in the last page.
You can check the entire indoor units’ accumulated power for each address in this screen.
ACCUM(ALL)
ADDR-0:
0.0kWh
ADDR-1:
0.0kWh
ADDR-2:
0.0kWh
! CAUTION
• According to watt-hour meter and PDI installation time, the final accumulated value
displayed by each may be different.
• During the ACP/Smart interface, if you set the e-mail, e-mail alarm is sent when wattage
distribution cannot be made by special conditions.
• PDI accumulated power value is not initialized.
• When you change the indoor unit address, you can check the accumulated power amount
of each indoor unit address that is not set to each port in ACCUM(ALL) screen.
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How to Use the Power Indicator (GHP products)
Description of the Power Indicator Function
The power indicator is a product that provides the function of displaying the power consumed in
the LG Electronics System Air Conditioner distributed to each connected indoor unit.
- Wattmeter that can be interlocked: As the cumulative wattmeter, it can interlock with pulse
output product.
- Gas meter that can be interlocked: As the cumulative gas meter, it can interlock with pulse
output product.
- Number of indoor units that can be interlocked: Maximum of 64 units
- LCD display function: Instant power/cumulative power and instant gas/cumulative gas and
error are displayed through the LCD.
- Data save function during power outage: This function saves the data in an event of unexpected power outage.
- LED display function: When power, communication or pulse is connected, the applicable LED
blinks so that the operation can be checked.
How to distribute electric energy or gas usage
- Power consumption of 1 room indoor unit(gas) = Total power consumption of outdoor
unit(gas) x (Weight of indoor unit / Weight of all indoor units)
- Weight of each indoor unit can be calculated based on the information including whether the product operates, product capacity and whether the compressor operates and indoor fan level, etc.
Checking electric energy and gas consumption display
The electric energy and gas consumption can be checked by pressing the MENU button from the
default screen to check in the order of instantaneous power and accumulative power.
On the screen of instantaneous power, accumulative power, press the (►) button to check the
instantaneous gas, and accumulative gas.
P OWE R & G A S
D I S T R I BU TOR
Menu button
I NS TAN T
P ( 1 )
Basic
0
W
ADDR-0:
0
W
ADDR-1:
0
ADDR-2:
0
Menu button
ACCUM ( P 1 )
I NS TAN T
G ( 1 )
0
L
0
L
W
ᶀ ADDR-0:
button A D D R - 1 :
0
L
W
ADDR-2:
0
L
Instantaneous power
0 . 0 kWh
Instantaneous gas
ACCUM ( G1 )
ADDR-0:
0 . 0 kWh
ADDR-1:
0 . 0 kWh
ᶀ
button A D D R - 1 :
ADDR-2:
0 . 0 kWh
ADDR-2:
ADDR-0:
accumulative power
0 . 0 kL
0 . 0 kL
0 . 0 kL
0 . 0 kL
Accumulative Gas
Menu button
! CAUTION
• This measuring system uses a proprietary method unique to LG Electronics without legal basis.
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• Checking the instantaneous power (1 ~ 4 ports)
Instantaneous power: It is the power consumption value for one minute which is updated every 1 minute.
- In 1.15 or less version, it displays the power amount consumed in 1 minute.
- In 1.16 or higher version, it displays instantaneous power consumption.
*Example of instantaneous power consumption
: When 100 W is displayed, if it is used with the current power consumption for 1 hour, 100 Wh will be consumed.
- Screen Description
Wattmeter number (P1 ~ P4)
I NS TAN T
0
W
ADDR-0:
P ( 1 )
0
W
ADDR-1:
0
W
ADDR-2:
0
W
Total instantaneous power
at P (1) wattmeter
The instantaneous power of each
indoor unit
Each indoor unit No.
- Press the LEFT/RIGHT (◀,▶)button to increase/decrease the wattmeter meter number.
- Press the UP/DOWN (s,t)button to check the electric energy of all indoor units connected.
- In 1.15 or less version, each indoor unit number increases sequentially according to the set number of units.
- In 1.16 or higher version, it displays the address of the indoor unit set for each indoor unit number.
- When you set Standby power manually, the last page will display as below.
I NS TAN T
P ( 1 )
ST B P :
0
W
0
W
D OWN
• Confirming the instantaneous gas consumption (Instantaneous Gas) (5 ~ 8 ports)
Instantaneous gas: It is a gas consumption value for 1 minute which is refreshed every 1 minute.
- Screen Description
Gasmeter No. (G1 ~ G4)
I NS TAN T
0
L
ADDR-0:
G ( 1 )
0
L
ADDR-1:
0
L
ADDR-2:
0
L
G(1): Total instant gas consumption
in the gas meter
Instant gas consumption in
each indoor unit
Each indoor unit No.
- Press the LEFT/RIGHT (◀,▶)button to increase/decrease the gas meter number.
- Press the UP/DOWN (s,t)button to check the gas energy of all indoor units connected.
- In 1.15 or less version, each indoor unit number increases sequentially according to the set number
of units.
- In 1.16 or higher version, it displays the address of the indoor unit set for each indoor unit number.
h In the case of gas on, standby gas usage is not displayed separately because there is no
standby gas.
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- Screen Description
ACCUM ( P 1 )
Wattmeter number
0 . 0 kWh
ADDR-0:
0 . 0 kWh
ADDR-1:
0 . 0 kWh
ADDR-2:
0 . 0 kWh
Total accumulative wattage
at P (1) wattmeter
The accumulative wattage of each
indoor unit
Each indoor unit No.
- Press the LEFT/RIGHT (◀,▶)button to increase/decrease the wattmeter number.
- Press the UP/DOWN (▲,▼)button to check the electric energy of all indoor units connected.
- In 1.15 or less version, each indoor unit number increases sequentially according to the set number
of units.
- In 1.16 or higher version, it displays the address of the indoor unit set for each indoor unit number.
- If the standby power is set to Manual, the last page is displayed as follows.
AC C UM ( P 1 )
0 . 0 kWh
ST B P :
0 . 0 kWh
D OWN
• Checking the accumulative gas consumption (Accumulative Gas) (5 ~ 8 ports)
Instant gas: Values have been accumulated since the initial power is applied at the gas meter.
When the displayed gas usage is more than 999 999, it will return to “0”.
- Screen Description
Gas meter No.
ACCUM ( G1 )
0 . 0 kL
ADDR-0:
0 . 0 kL
ADDR-1:
0 . 0 kL
ADDR-2:
0 . 0 kL
Total accumulative gas usage
at G (1) gas meter
The accumulative gas usage of each
indoor unit
Each indoor unit No.
- Press the LEFT/RIGHT (◀,▶)button to increase/decrease the wattmeter number.
- Press the UP/DOWN (▲,▼)button to check the gas energy of all indoor units connected.
- In 1.15 or less version, each indoor unit number increases sequentially according to the set number
of units.
- In 1.16 or higher version, it displays the address of the indoor unit set for each indoor unit number.
h In the case of gas on, standby gas usage is not displayed separately because there is no standby
gas.
- In 1.16 or higher version, if you press left/right button(◀, ▶), it is displayed as follows in the last page.
In this screen, you can check the accumulated power amount (gas usage amount) of each address for the entire indoor units.
ACCUM(ALL)
ADDR-0:
0.0kWh
ADDR-1:
0.0kWh
ADDR-2:
0.0kWh
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• Checking the accumulative power (Accum Power) (1 ~ 4 ports)
Accumulative power: Values have been continuously accumulated since the initial power is applied on the power indicator. When wattage is more than 999 999, it will return to “0”.
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! CAUTION
• According to watt-hour meter/gas meter and PDI installation time, the final accumulated
value displayed by each may be different.
• During the ACP/Smart interface, if you set the e-mail, e-mail alarm is sent when wattage
and gas usage amount distribution cannot be made by special conditions.
• PDI accumulated power value and accumulated gas usage value are not initialized.
• When you change the indoor unit address, you can check the accumulated power amount
(gas usage amount) of each indoor unit address that is not set to each port in
ACCUM(ALL) screen.
Error display
If the communication with the air conditioner is not smooth or if the pulse signal is not detected
from the wattmeter, the error will be displayed on the LCD.
• Communication error display
- If there is no communication with the indoor unit product for 3 minutes, it displays an error.
- During communication error status, power consumption (gas consumption) is reflected on the
accumulative power (accumulative gas).
- No power(gas) is distributed to each indoor unit. When communication is resumed, accumulative power (gas) is distributed to each indoor unit.
• No signal error in the wattmeter (gas meter)
- Error is displayed when there is no signal from the pulse detection in the option-set wattmeter
(gas meter) (When no pulse is detected even when 1 or more unit doors are operating)
! CAUTION
• In the case of no signal error in the wattmeter (gas meter)
As outdoor unit power consumption (gas consumption) is low, if no pulse is displayed for a
certain time, error may be displayed. As soon as pulse is applied, error indication disappears.
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Operating condition display
LED condition display
- Power LED (Red): When on, it shows that the product is in operation.
- Communication LED (Green, Red)
: Central controller, 485 wattmeter, remote reading device and 485 communication condition are
displayed.
Green LED ON: Signal sent
Yellow LED ON: Signal received
- The wattmeter (gas meter) receives pulse (yellow): The connected wattmeter (gas meter) displays the pulse signal reception status.
When pulse signal is input, the LED blinks (once per pulse).
POWER
Pulse signal receipt condition
WHM
MENU
SELECT
PQNUD1S40
ODU WHM CHECK
485 communication condition
- When the power is connected initially, all LEDs are turned on.
- If the pulse signal receipt condition display LED is continuously ON, it could mean that there is a
short circuit between the two terminals. Please check.
(If you are using a mechanical gas meter, depending on when operation is stopped, the LED may
be on sometimes.)
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