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CZ-RE2C2
Simplified Remote Controller For Split System
Air Conditioner
Télécommande simplifiée pour climatiseur à
deux blocs
Vereinfachte Fernbedienung für Split-SystemKlimagerät
Telecomando semplificato per condizionatore
d’aria a sistema split
Controlador remoto simplificado para o
aparelho de ar condicionado de sistema split
Απλοποιημένο Τηλεχειριστήριο Για Κλιματιστικό
Αέρος Διαιρετού Συστήματος
Mando a distancia simplificado para el sistema
de aire acondicionado de dos unidades
Упрощенный пульт дистанционного управления
для сплит-системы кондиционирования
Спрощений пульт дистанційного керування
для кондиціонерів роздільного типу
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS
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BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
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MANUAL DI ISTRUZIONI
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MANUAL DE INSTRUÇÕES
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ΟΔΗΓΙΕΣ ΧΡHΣHΣ
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MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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ИНСТРУКЦИЯ ПО ЭКСПЛУАТАЦИИ
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ПОСІБНИК КОРИСТУВАЧА
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1. Important Safety Instructions
Before using the system, be sure to read these “Important Safety Instructions”.
After reading this manual, save it in a convenient place.
Warning
・Do not wipe the remote controller with
benzine, thinner, or chemical cloth.
Note:
・Do not install by yourself.
・ This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Installation should always be performed by
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
your dealer or a professional service provider.
conditions: (1) This device may not cause
Electric shock or fire may result if an
harmful interference, and (2) this device must
inexperienced person performs any installation
accept any interference received, including
or wiring procedures incorrectly.
interference that may cause undesired operation.
・Use only specified air conditioners.
・ This equipment has been tested and found to
Always use only air conditions specified by the
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
dealer.
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide
*Moving and Repair Precautions
reasonable protection against harmful
・Do not repair.
interference in a residential installation. This
Never repair the system by yourself.
equipment generates, uses and can radiate
・Contact your dealer before moving the system.
radio frequency energy and, if not installed
Contact your dealer or a professional service
and used in accordance with the instructions,
provider about moving and reinstalling the system.
may cause harmful interference to radio
Electric shock or fire may result if an
communications. However, there is no
inexperienced person performs any installation
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
procedures incorrectly.
particular installation. If this equipment does
*Precautions for Use
cause harmful interference to radio or
・Do not touch switches with wet hands.
television reception, which can be determined
Electric shock and damage to the system can
by turning the equipment off and on, the user
result.
is encouraged to try to correct the interfer・Protect the remote controller from water.
ence by one or more of the following
Damage to the system can result.
measures:
・Stop the system and turn the power off if you
・ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
sense unusual smells or other irregularities.
・ Increase the separation between the
Continuing operation when the system is out
equipment and receiver.
of order can result in electric shock, fire,and
・ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
damage to the system. Contact your dealer.
circuit different from that to which the
・Do not turn the air conditioner on and off from
receiver is connected.
the power mains switch. Use the ON/OFF
・ Consult the dealer or an experienced
operation button.
radio/TV technician for help.
・Do not stick anything into the air outlet of the
・ FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance,
air conditioner. Doing so is dangerous
follow the attached installation instructions.
because the fan is rotating at high speed.
Any changes or modifications not expressly
・Do not let children play with the air conditioner.
approved by the party responsible for compliance
・Do not cool or heat the room too much if
could void the user’s authority to operate this
babies or invalids are present.
EN-1 equipment.
*Installation Precautions
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2. Names and Operations
Operation Section
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6.
1.
(Start/Stop) button
Pushing this button starts, and pushing again
stops the unit.
2.
(Temperature setting) buttons
Changing the temperature setting.
3.
(Mode Select) button
Pushing this button to select an operation
mode. (AUTO
→ HEAT → DRY →
COOL → FAN ).
4.
(Fan speed) button
Changing the fan speed.
(
/
/
/ )
5.
(Swing/Air direction) button *1
Use this button to set the auto swing or air
direction to a specific angle.
(
(Outing function) button
Outing Function)
1 2
15
*1 Do not move the flap (vertical airflow
adjustment board) with your hand.
・The flap is automatically directed down
when the unit is stopped.
・The flap is directed up during the HEAT
standby. The flap starts swinging after the
HEAT standby is cancelled, although the
AUTO flap indication on the remote control
unit is displayed during the HEAT standby.
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10
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Display Section
1.
/
/
/
(Fan mode select)
indication
The selected fan mode is displayed.
2.
(Flap position) indication
Indicates the flap position.
3.
(Swing) indication
Appears while the flap swings.
4.
5.
6.
10.
(Outing) indication
(
Outing Function)
Appears when the outing function is set.
(Centralized control) indication
Appears when operated in centralized control.
If the remote control operation is not permitted
to the remote unit, when the
(Start/Stop)
button,
(Mode select) button,
(Fan speed) button,
(Swing/Air direction)
button or (Temperature setting)
buttons are pressed,
flashes and
rejects the change.
11.
Operation Mode indication
Displays the selected operation mode.
(AUTO
/HEAT
/DRY /COOL /
FAN ).
(Disabled feature) indication
Displayed if the selected feature was disabled
during installation.
12.
(Heating standby mode) indication
appears when the fan of the indoor unit is
stopped or in low fan speed.
13.
(Caution) indication
Appears when the protective device is
activated or when an abnormality occurs.
Upper and lower limit indication of the
outing function
: Indicates the upper limit of the
temperature
: Indicates the lower limit of the
temperature
7.
Temperature indication
Indicates the set temperature.
8.
°F / °C (Temperature unit) indication
9.
(Remote control sensor) indication
Appears when the remote control sensor is
used.
14. Alarm indication
This displays alarm messages when an error
occurs.
15.
EN-3
(Oil) indication
Appears when the engine oil needs to be
changed. (Appears when the gas heat pump
air conditioner is used.)
EN
3. Outing Function
Outing function is a function that prevents the room temperature from increasing too much (or
decreasing too much) when no one is in the room.
An air conditioner works automatically if this function is set effective.
General Performance of the Outing Function
Outing function upper limit
COOL / DRY
① The air conditioner starts operation when the room
temperature increases up to –1°C of the upper
limit.
② The air conditioner stops operation when the room
temperature decreases up to –2°C of the upper
limit.
Room temperature
EN
EN
HEAT
Room temperature
① The air conditioner starts operation when the room
temperature decreases up to +1°C of the lower
limit.
② The air conditioner stops operation when the room
temperature increases up to +2°C of the lower
limit.
Outing function Lower limit
[Precautions]
・The outing control only starts/stops the air conditioner. It does not change the operation mode/
temperature setting.
Therefore, the operation mode/temperature needs to be set beforehand so that the outing function
turns on the air conditioner with your desired operation mode/ temperature setting.
・If the room temperature rapidly changes, the room temperature may get over the upper or lower limit
when the outing function is activated.
・The outing function is invalid during FAN/AUTO operation mode.
・The air conditioner’s stop order (stated in ② ⁄ above) is valid only when the outing function is
operated.
If operated using other remote control units (or a centralized control device such as a system control),
the outing function will not stop air conditioner operation.
EN-4
3. Outing Function (Continued)
• Setting the Outing Function
1.Press and hold
for more than 4 seconds to display the upper limit
temperature setting screen.
, and the upper limit temperature start flashing.
(The default value of the upper limit temperature is 38 °C.)
2.Press / to select the upper limit temperature, and press to
fix the value. The lower limit temperature setting screen is displayed.
3.Press / to select the lower limit temperature, and press to
fix the value. The outing function setting is completed. (The default value of
the lower limit temperature is 10 °C.)
*The unit returns to the normal mode if is pressed or there is no operation made for
3 minutes during the setting. In this case, all the settings in progress will be lost.
• Canceling the outing function
2
3
Press and hold for more than 4 seconds while the outing function is set.
• Outing function indication
Outing function
indication
Off
Flashing
Lighting
Status
The outing function is not set.
The outing function is now being set, or under operation.
Although the outing function is set, not under operation.
Note
If a blackout occurs during outing function operation and power is cut, the remote controller will lose
the information for outing function operation. It reverts from the blackout, and an air conditioner does not
drive in outing function when operation is started. At this time, an air conditioner does not stop at outing
function.
EN-5
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Authorized representative in EU
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
Printed in China
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