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Samsung AE090JNYDGH/EU User guide
SPLIT/TDM PLUS Hydro Unit
User manual
AE090JNYDEH / AE090JNYDGH / AE160JNYDEH / AE160JNYDGH /
AE090MNYDEH / AE090MNYDGH / AE160MNYDEH / AE160MNYDGH
•• Thank you for purchasing this Samsung air conditioner.
•• Before operating this unit, please read this user manual carefully and retain it for future reference.

Contents
PREPARATION
4
Safety Information
4
Description of each icon
11
Description of each control
13
BASIC OPERATION
15
Operating basic mode of Hydro unit
15
Domestic Hot Water (DHW) mode operation
16
Outing mode
17
Silent mode
17
Checking current temperature
18
Checking set temperature
18
TDM (Time-Division Multi) Variables (TDM product Only)
19
Setting weekly timer
20
Setting a holiday with weekly timer
22
Canceling a weekly timer
23
Initializing a weekly timer
24
Setting daily timer
25
ADVANCED OPERATION
27
How to set the detailed setting (User setting mode)
27
Wired remote controller installation
31
Use of wired remote controller installation / service mode
33
Field specification setting mode of wired remote controller
36
Field setting mode
38
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OTHERS
53
Maintaining the unit
53
Troubleshooting tips
55
Error codes
58
Product specification
60
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Safety Information
PREPARATION
Before using your new Air to Water Heat pump, please read this manual
thoroughly to ensure that you know how to safely and efficiently operate the
extensive features and functions of your new appliance.
Because the following operating instructions cover various models, the
characteristics of your Air to Water Heat pump may differ slightly from those
described in this manual. If you have any questions, call your nearest contact
center or find help and information online at www.samsung.com.
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor personal injury or property
damage.
Follow directions.
Do NOT attempt.
Make sure the machine is grounded to prevent electric shock.
Cut-off the power supply.
Do NOT disassemble.
FOR INSTALLATION
WARNING
Use the power line with the power specifications of the product or higher
and use the power line for this appliance only. In addition, do not use an
extension line.
• Extending the power line may result in electric shock or fire.
• Do not use an electric transformer. It may result in electric shock or fire.
• If the voltage/frequency/rated current condition is different, it may cause
fire.
The installation of this appliance must be performed by a qualified
technician or service company.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock, fire, explosion, problems with
the product, or injury.
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Install a switch and circuit breaker dedicated to the Air to Water Heat
pump.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Do not install this appliance near a heater, inflammable material. Do
not install this appliance in a humid, oily or dusty location, in a location
exposed to direct sunlight and water (rain drops). Do not install this
appliance in a location where gas may leak.
• This may result in electric shock or fire.
Never install the outdoor unit in a location such as on a high external wall
where it could fall.
• If the outdoor unit falls, it may result in injury, death or property damage.
This appliance must be properly grounded. Do not ground the appliance to
a gas pipe, plastic water pipe, or telephone line.
• Failure to do so may result in electric shock, fire, an explosion, or other
problems with the product.
• Never plug the power cord into a socket that is not grounded correctly
and make sure that it is in accordance with local and national codes.
CAUTION
Install your appliance on a level and hard floor that can support its weight.
• Failing to do so may result in abnormal vibrations, noise, or problems with
the product.
Install the draining hose properly so that water is drained correctly.
• Failing to do so may result in water overflowing and property damage.
When installing the outdoor unit, make sure to connect the draining hose
so that draining is performed correctly.
• The water generated during the heating operation by the outdoor unit
may overflow and result in property damage. In particular, in winter, if a
block of ice falls, it may result in injury, death or property damage.
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PREPARATION
Fix the outdoor unit firmly so that the electric part of the outdoor unit is
not exposed.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Safety Information
PREPARATION
• Our units must be installed in compliance with the spaces indicated in the
installation manual to ensure either accessibility from both sides or ability
to perform routine maintenance and repairs. The units’components must
be accessible and that can be disassembled in conditions of complete
safety either for people or things. For this reason, where it is not observed
as indicated into the Installation Manual, the cost necessary to reach
and repair the unit (in safety, as required by current regulations in force)
with slings, trucks, scaffolding or any other means of elevation won’t be
considered in-warranty and charged to end user.
Do not disassemble and alter the heater at your own discretion.
FOR POWER SUPPLY
WARNING
When the circuit breaker is damaged, contact your nearest service center.
Do not pull or excessively bend the power line. Do not twist or tie the
power line. Do not hook the power line over a metal object, place a heavy
object on the power line, insert the power line between objects, or push
the power line into the space behind the appliance.
• This may result in electric shock or fire.
CAUTION
When not using the Air to Water Heat pump for a long period of time or
during a thunder/lightning storm, cut the power at the circuit breaker.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
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FOR USING
WARNING
If the appliance generates a strange noise, a burning smell or smoke,
unplug the power plug immediately and contact your nearest service
center.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
In the event of a gas leak (such as propane gas, LP gas, etc.), ventilate
immediately without touching the power line. Do not touch the appliance
or power line.
• Do not use a ventilating fan.
• A spark may result in an explosion or fire.
To reinstall the Air to Water Heat pump, please contact your nearest
service center.
• Failing to do so may result in problems with the product, water leakage,
electric shock, or fire.
• A delivery service for the product is not provided. If you reinstall the
product in another location, additional construction expenses and an
installation fee will be charged.
• Especially, when you wish to install the product in an unusual location
such as in an industrial area or near the seaside where it is exposed to the
salt in the air, please contact your nearest service center.
Do not touch the circuit breaker with wet hands.
• This may result in electric shock.
Do not turn the Air to Water Heat pump off with the circuit breaker while it
is operating.
• Turning the Air to Water Heat pump off and then on again with the circuit
breaker may cause a spark and result in electric shock or fire.
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PREPARATION
If the appliance is flooded, please contact your nearest service center.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Safety Information
PREPARATION
After unpacking the Air to Water Heat pump, keep all packaging materials
well out of the reach of children, as packaging materials can be dangerous
to children.
• If a child places a bag over its head, it may result in suffocation.
Do not insert your fingers or foreign substances into the outlet when the
Air to Water Heat pump is operating.
• Take special care that children do not injure themselves by inserting their
fingers into the product.
Do not insert your fingers or foreign substances into the air inlet/outlet of
the Air to Water Heat pump.
• Take special care that children do not injure themselves by inserting their
fingers into the product.
Do not strike or pull the Air to Water Heat pump with excessive force.
• This may result in fire, injury, or problems with the product.
Do not place an object near the outdoor unit that allows children to climb
onto the machine.
• This may result in children seriously injuring themselves.
Do not use this Air to Water Heat pump for long periods of time in badly
ventilated locations or near infirm people.
• Since this may be dangerous due to a lack of oxygen, Open a window at
least once an hour.
If any foreign substance such as water has entered the appliance, cut the
power by unplugging the power plug and turning the circuit breaker off
and then contact your nearest service center.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Do not attempt to repair, disassemble, or modify the appliance yourself.
• Do not use any fuse (such as cooper, steel wire, etc.)other than the
standard fuse.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock, fire, problems with the
product, or injury.
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CAUTION
Max current is measured according to IEC standard for safety and current
is measured according to ISO standard for energy efficiency.
Do not stand on top of the appliance or place objects (such as laundry,
lighted candles, lighted cigarettes, dishes, chemicals, metal objects, etc.)
on the appliance.
• This may result in electric shock, fire, problems with the product, or injury.
Do not operate the appliance with wet hands.
• This may result in electric shock.
Do not spray volatile material such as insecticide onto the surface of the
appliance.
• As well as being harmful to humans, it may also result in electric shock,
fire or problems with the product.
Do not drink the water from the Air to Water Heat pump.
• The water may be harmful to humans.
Do not apply a strong impact to the remote controller and do not
disassemble the remote controller.
Do not touch the pipes connected with the product.
• This may result in burns or injury.
Do not use this Air to Water Heat pump to preserve precision equipment,
food, animals, plants or cosmetics, or for any other unusual purposes.
• This may result in property damage.
Avoid directly exposing humans, animals or plants from the air flow from
the Air to Water Heat pump for long periods of time.
• This may result in harm to humans, animals or plants.
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PREPARATION
Check that the installation frame of the outdoor unit is not broken at least
once a year.
• Failing to do so may result in injury, death or property damage.
Safety Information
PREPARATION
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory 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.
For use in Europe : This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years
and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities
or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and
user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
FOR CLEANING
WARNING
Do not clean the appliance by spraying water directly onto it. Do not use
benzene, thinner or alcohol to clean the appliance.
• This may result in discoloration, deformation, damage, electric shock or
fire.
Before cleaning or performing maintenance, unplug the Air to Water Heat
pump from the wall socket and wait until the fan stops.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
CAUTION
Take care when cleaning the surface of the heat exchanger of the outdoor
unit since it has sharp edges.
• To avoid cutting your fingers, wear thick cotton gloves when cleaning it.
Do not clean the inside of the Air to Water Heat pump by yourself.
• For cleaning inside the appliance, contact your nearest service center.
• Failure to do may result in damage, electric shock or fire.
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Description of each icon
Display
04
05
06
07
14
02
10
03
11
08
09
12
LED indicator (Green: Normal / Red: Need to be checked)
On/Off button
Temperature control button
NOTE
• Without opening the cover of your wired remote controller, you can turn Hydro unit on or off
or set the desired temperature.
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PREPARATION
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01
Description of each icon
Classification
PREPARATION
Hydro unit
Timer
General
function
Indication
Function
01
Hydro unit operation (heat/cool/auto/outing/
silent)
02
System temperature (water Law temp./indoor
temp./outdoor temp./discharge water temp./
hot water temp.)
03
Temperature (current/desired)
04
Timer (Daily/Weekly/Holiday)
05
Current day or timer function
06
Timer number
07
Current time/summer time/ On or Off time
08
Operation status (COMP operation/Back up
heater/Booster heater/Solar/Back up boiler)
09
Operation status (water pump/water tank/
defrost operation/freezing control/water tank
sterilization operation)
10
Indoor thermostat installation(connection)
status/air to air operation/no function
11
Trial operation/check/partial lock/all lock
12
+
Centralized control
Hot water
mode (DHW)
13
DHW (economic/standard/power/forced)
ECO level
information
14
ECO level operation (Step 1~5)
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Description of each control
Buttons
PREPARATION
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07
09
01
14
02
15
03
13
12
04
05
06
10
11
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Description of each control
Classification
PREPARATION
Basic
operation
button
Hot water
function
button
(DHW)
Button
Function
01
Turn Hydro unit on or off
02
Select operation mode (Cool/Heat/Auto)
03
Select desired temperature (discharge water/indoor/hot
water)
04
Outdoor unit silent operation mode
05
Select outing mode
06
Check current temperature of the system
07
Set desired temperature of the system
08
Select timer setting mode
09
Select user setting mode
10
Exit to normal mode when setting timer or detailed
setting
11
Delete a set timer
12
Move to another section or change section value.
13
Save settings
14
Turn hot water mode on or off
15
Select hot water mode (economic/standard/power/
forced)
NOTE
• When pressing a button that is not supported by your model,
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will be displayed.
Operating basic mode of Hydro unit
Operate basic mode by pressing the Mode button.
Start Hydro unit operation by pressing the
button.
Select the mode you want to operate by pressing the
button.
Adjust desired temperature by pressing the
button.
You can adjust the desired
temperature by 0.5 °C.
Indoor cooling
temperature
You can adjust the desired
temperature by 0.5 °C.
Temperature of
heating discharge
water
You can adjust the desired
temperature by 0.5 °C.
Indoor heating
temperature
You can adjust the desired
temperature by 0.5 °C.
BASIC OPERATION
Temperature of
cooling discharge
water
Water Law
Heat
Hydro unit will automatically adjust the
temperature of discharge water with auto mode
for indoor heating.
Floor heating is available with heat mode by
providing hot water in the spring, autumn and
winter.
NOTE
• When “Water Law” is active, the target
supply water temperature will be
determined automatically depending on
the outdoor temperature: For heating
mode, colder outdoor temperatures will
result in warmer water.
Cool
You can adjust cooling temperature as you like
with cool mode to cool indoor place.
• When selecting the heat mode during the
cool mode, the cool mode will be canceled.
• Frost removal indicator (
)
–– The frost removal indication will be
displayed when the frost formed around
the outdoor unit starts being removed
during the heat mode and then the
indication will disappear when the frost
removal is finished. (When frost is being
removed, hot water does not come out
from Hydro unit.)
• When selecting cool mode during the heat
mode, heat mode will be canceled.
NOTE
• When setting standard cooling
& heating temperature as indoor
temperature, auto mode cannot be
selected.
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Domestic Hot Water (DHW) mode operation
You can adjust temperature of hot water tank by providing hot water.
Press the Mode button in DHW.
• Select
(economic),
(standard), and
(power),
(forced) by pressing the Mode button in DHW
section.
NOTE
BASIC OPERATION
• To operate hot water mode, you need to set the hot
water function '1 or 2' in the field specification setting
mode (#3011) of wired remote controller and connect
the temperature sensor of hot water tank.
• When cool/heat mode and DHW mode are selected at
the same time, the heat/cool mode and DHW mode
will operate alternately.
•
(power) for DHW mode cannot be used when the
Booster heater is not in use.
• If you want to enjoy a leisurely bath or need a lot of
warm water urgently, select the Forced DHW mode.
When this mode is enabled, it is assured that the
full capacity of the heat pump is only delivered for
domestic water heating.
CAUTION
• By default field setting value option, this function will
not be turned off automatically.
• If you want a Forced DHW function for a certain
amount of duration time, change the field setting
value of remote controller.
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Outing mode
Heating can operate at low temperature while you are out with the Outing mode.
Select outing mode by pressing the Outing button.
•
will be displayed and outing mode will operate.
Cancel Press any button on the remote controller.
NOTE
• When pressing the Outing button while Hydro unit
stops its operation,
indication will appear.
BASIC OPERATION
Silent mode
Noise from operation can be reduced with the Silent mode.
Press the Silent button to operate the Silent mode.
•
will be displayed and Silent mode will operate.
• Current set temperature will be maintained.
Cancel Press the Silent button once again.
NOTE
• If you press the Silent button while the unit is not in
operation,
will be displayed.
• If the Silent mode operates by outdoor unit external
contact,
will be displayed but Silent button on the
wired remote controller will not work. If you press the
Silent button on the wired remote controller,
will
be displayed.
• In the Silent mode, the capacity of the product may be
less than rated capacity.
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Checking current temperature
You can check current temperature.
Check the current temperature by pressing the View button.
• Current temperature can be checked in order of
(indoor) →
(outdoor) →
(discharge water) →
(hot water) by pressing the View button.
• The temperature which a connected indoor unit does not
support will not be displayed.
• After 10 seconds from current temperature display, the set
desired temperature will appear.
BASIC OPERATION
Checking set temperature
You can check the set temperature of current operation mode by the set temperature check
function.
Check the set temperature by pressing the Set button.
• The set temperature of basic operation mode and hot
water mode can be checked by pressing the Set button
repeatedly.
• When either basic operation mode or hot water mode is in
operation, the set temperature of the mode in operation
will be displayed.
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TDM (Time-Division Multi) Variables (TDM product Only)
• Under the installation of both A2A (Air-To-Air type air conditioner) and A2W (Air-To-Water type hydro unit) at the same
time, our outdoor machine can supply its full capacity to the operating indoor machines (including A2A or A2W). If there
are simultaneous operating demands from many A2A machines with A2W, the priority of controlling the outdoor machine
(ex: compressor frequency) will be given to A2A, because of their fast response for use’s comfort. Only the remaining
capacity of outdoor machine will be given to A2W during A2A’s normal operation. In this case, it might take very long time
for A2W heating, so the outdoor machine will alternate the controlling priorities between A2A and A2W with time basis.
• Priority maximum operation time (at FSV #5033=0): FSV #5031 (Default “30 min.”, Range 10 ~ 90 min.), After
elapsing A2A maximum time, the outdoor machine will operate only for A2W to speed up the A2W’s heating/cooling
performance, even though there are A2A’s continuous operation demands.
• Non priority minimum operation time (at FSV #5033=0): FSV #5032(Default “5 min.”, Range 3 ~ 60 min.), in this minimum
time, the outdoor machine will operate only for A2W, even though there are no more A2W’s continuous operation demands.
<Operating specifications of Time Division Switching (TDS) in accordance with FSV #5033 setting
(In case of the A2A & A2W simultaneous operation is "ON")>
A2A Cooling
A2A Cooling
A2A Priority
A2W Cooling
A2W Cycle Off (The heater just
(#5033=0) "Same cooling Mode TDS operates without heating.)
Control"
"Cooling Operation"
DHW Priority Same with A2A Priority
(#5033=1)
setting
A2W Heating
A2A Cooling
"(Heating + Cooling)
TDS Control"
A2A Heating
A2W x (Not operation)
"Heating Operation"
A2A Heating
A2W Heating
"Same heating Mode TDS
Control"
Same with A2A Priority
setting
Same with A2A Priority
setting
※ A2A : Air to Air, A2W : Air to Water
–– When DHW Priority is enabled, hot water (heating) operation is given priority only if the A2A & A2W
simultaneous operation is on. Other operations are the same as when A2A Priority is enabled.
–– How to set DHW Priority:
1 Press the " " key on the wired remote controller for
3 seconds. The setting value is changed in order of
DHW Priority ( :blink) → A2A Priority ( :blink) →
DHW Priority ( :blink) → A2A Priority ( :blink)
repeatedly.
2 Setting FSV #5033 to ‘0’ becomes ‘A2A Priority’, and
setting to ‘1’ becomes ‘DHW Priority’.
CAUTION
• While A2W is in operation, A2A does not operate. This is a normal operation.
• While A2A or A2W is not in simultaneous operation, you can use any mode without operation mode restriction.
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BASIC OPERATION
FSV setting A2A Cooling + A2W Cooling A2A Cooling + A2W Heating A2A Heating + A2W Cooling A2A Heating + A2W Heating
Setting weekly timer
You can operate or stop a desired mode on the day and time you reserve.
1 Press the Timer button.
• (Timer) will be displayed and then select 'Weekly' among
'Daily', 'Weekly', or 'Holiday' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
2 After pressing the [ ] button, select the 'Day' you want to
reserve.
• Select the day you want to reserve (Sun~Sat) by pressing
the [ ]/[ ] button.
NOTE
BASIC OPERATION
• You can set multiple timers by selecting multiple days
and when multiple timers are set, you will move on to
the time setting for the timer.
3 Select 'Timer number' by pressing the [ ] button until
timer number is displayed.
(When entering, the last available number for timer setting
is set.)
• The timer already set is assigned with number in time
sequence order.
• You can select timer number(1~8) by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
button.
• If there is no timer, the edge of the box for the timer
number and the timer number will blink.
NOTE
• If the timer is already set, the square box surrounding
the timer number will blink. If you want to change it,
select the set timer number and change it.
4 After pressing the [ ] button, select ‘AM/PM’.
• You can select AM or PM by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
5 After pressing the [ ] button, select ‘Hour’.
• You can set hour by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
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6 After pressing the [ ] button, select ‘Minute’.
• You can select minute by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
NOTE
• If the time setting is set as 24 hours a day, AM/PM
setting will be omitted.
7 After pressing the [ ] button, select ’On/Off’ timer.
• You can select On or Off by repeatedly pressing the [ ]/[ ]
button.
• When selecting ‘Off’, follow 10 or 11.
• It is available only for setting Hydro unit On timer.
• You can set operation mode by pressing the [ ]/[ ] or
Mode button.
9 After pressing the [ ] button, select the desired
temperature.
• It is available only for setting Hydro unit On timer.
• You can adjust temperature by 0.5 °C unit by pressing the
[ ]/[ ] or [+]/[-] button.
10 Complete timer function by pressing the Set button.
• The reserved day will be displayed with ‘_’ and be saved in
3 seconds.
[e.g. When Monday is reserved ( )]
• When additional timer is needed, re-select the setting from
daily timer or weekly timer.
11 Press the ESC button to exit normal mode.
NOTE
• When canceling the setting during the weekly timer
setting, press the ESC button to exit.
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BASIC OPERATION
8 After pressing the [ ] button, select the operation mode.
Setting a holiday with weekly timer
You can set a holiday with the weekly timer. The set weekly timer will not function when holiday
setting is applied.
1 Press the Timer button.
• (Timer) is displayed and then select 'Holiday' among 'Daily',
'Weekly', or 'Holiday' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
2 After pressing the [ ] button, select the ‘day’ you will set
as holiday.
• You can select the holiday (Sun~Sat) by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
button.
NOTE
• Multiple settings are available by selecting many days.
BASIC OPERATION
3 Complete the holiday setting with the weekly timer by
pressing the Set button.
4 Press the ESC button to exit normal mode.
NOTE
• If you want to cancel your holiday with the weekly
timer while you are setting them, press the ESC
button.
• The weekly timer indicator '_' of the dates set as
holidays will disappear on the display.
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Canceling a weekly timer
You can cancel weekly timer function.
1 Press the Timer button.
• (Timer) is displayed and (Weekly) will blink.
2 After pressing the [ ] button, select the 'Day' you want to
cancel.
• Select a reserved day by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
• Select a timer number(1~8) by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
• The square box around the selected number will blink.
4 Cancel the weekly timer setting by pressing the Delete
button.
• The canceled weekly timer number and the box for the
number will blink.
5 Save the weekly timer cancel setting by pressing the Set
button.
6 Press the ESC button to exit to general mode.
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BASIC OPERATION
3 After pressing the [ ] button, select a 'timer number' to
cancel.
Initializing a weekly timer
You can initialize all the weekly timer set with the wired remote controller.
1 Press the Delete button for 5 seconds.
• All the weekly timer settings will be deleted.
NOTE
• You can’t restore your old settings after deleting the
weekly timer by pressing the Delete button, so be
careful when you use this function.
BASIC OPERATION
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Setting daily timer
Hydro unit can operate or stop at the time you reserve every day. (Silent mode and DHW mode can
be reserved.) The reservation time for Silent mode and DHW mode should be different.
1 Press the Timer button.
• (Timer) will be displayed and then select 'Daily' among
'Daily', 'Weekly', or 'Holiday' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
2 Select ‘timer number’ until the timer number is displayed
by pressing the [ ] button. (When entering, the last
available number for timer setting is set.)
NOTE
• If the timer is already set, then the square box
surrounding the timer number will blink. If you want
to change it, then select a timer number and change
it.
3 After pressing the [ ] button, select ‘AM/PM’.
• You can select AM or PM by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
4 After pressing the [ ] button, select ‘Hour’.
• You can select hour by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
5 After pressing the [ ] button, select ‘Minute’.
• You can select minute by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
NOTE
• If the time setting is set as 24 hours a day, AM/PM
setting is omitted.
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BASIC OPERATION
• The timer already set is assigned with number in time
sequence order.
• You can select timer number(1~8) by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
button.
• If there is no timer, the edge of the box for the timer
number and the timer number will blink.
Setting daily timer
6 After pressing the [ ] button, select ’On/Off’ timer.
• You can select On or Off by repeatedly pressing the [ ]/[ ]
button.
7 After pressing the [ ] button, select the reservation for
DHW mode or Silent mode. Press the up or down button to
select the DHW or Silent mode.
NOTE
BASIC OPERATION
• You cannot use timer function for hot water mode
(economic/standard/power) when you select the
use of hot water function as no use in the field
specification setting with installation of an wired
remote controller or when DHW thermostat is used
(FSV Code: 3061 is set as “2”.)
• When the use of booster heater has selection ‘no use’
in the field specification setting with the installation
of a wired remote controller, you cannot use timer
function for power hot water mode(DHW).
8 Complete timer function by pressing the Set button.
ff
When additional timer is needed, re-select the setting from
daily timer or weekly timer.
9 Press the ESC button to exit normal mode.
NOTE
• If you want to cancel daily timer while you are setting
them, press the ESC button.
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How to set the detailed setting (User setting mode)
Sub-menu
Main menu
SEG Used
1 2 34
1 If you want to enter the user set mode, press the User set button.
2 Refer to the Wired Remote Controller’s User Set list on the next page to select the desired menu.
• By using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, select a main menu number and press the [ ] button to enter the
sub-menu setting screen.
• By using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, select a sub-menu number and press the [ ] button to enter the
data setting screen.
• Once you have entered the setting screen, the current setting value will be displayed.
• Refer to the chart for data setting.
• By using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, change the setting value and press the [ ] button to move to the
next setting value.
• Press the Set button to save the setting value and exit to the sub-menu setting screen.
• Press the ESC button to exit to general mode.
NOTE
• While setting the data, you can use the [ ]/[ ] buttons to move the range of SEG used.
• While configuring the setting, if you press the ESC button to exit, you will move to the sub-menu
setting screen without saving the setting value.
• If you don’t press any button for more than 3 minutes, general mode will appear.
• If you don’t use summer time, you don’t need to set year/month/day.
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ADVANCED OPERATION
• You will enter the User Set mode, and the ‘main menu’ will be displayed.
How to set the detailed setting (User setting mode)
User setting mode
Main Submenu menu
1
1
2
*1)
2
1
2
3
1
ADVANCED OPERATION
3
Unit
-
Year
Month, Date
Day, hour,
minute
0
0- Disuse
1- Use
-
0
0- Weekly
1- Daily
-
03, F
3
Summer time use (weekly)
End (? month, ? th Sunday)
12, 4
10, F
12, 34
0322
12, 34
0922
12
5
Use of LED(Green) (Y/N)
3
1
Use of LED (Red) (Y/N)
4
1
Reset to user mode defaults
(except the current time)
1
0
*1) Arbitrary value can be displayed.
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0-Unlock, 1-Lock
0-Unlock, 1-Lock
0-Unlock, 1-Lock
0-Unlock, 1-Lock
0-Unlock, 1-Lock
2000~2099
1~12/1~31
Sun~Sat/
(*,*,*/*)
AM~PM/
0~12/0~60
12, 4
Summer time use (daily)
Start (? month, ? date)
Summer time use (daily)
End (? month, ? date)
Backlight time Setting/Checking
Range
0
0
0
0
0
20**
**/**
Summer time use (weekly)
Start (? month, ? th Sunday)
5
0
Default
2
4
4
SEG
number
All lock
1
Operation On/Off key lock
1
2
Partial key Operation selection key lock
lock
Temperature setting key lock
3
Timer setting key lock
4
Current time setting(year)
12/34
Current time setting(month/date)
12/34
Day, AM/
Current time setting
PM, 24,
(day/hour/minute)
12/34
Summer
time use
Use of summer time (Y/N)
1
and setting
methods
Summer
time
Summer time application
2
application
method
method
Function
Jan~Dec month
1~4, F (last
week) th week
Jan~Dec month
1~4, F (last
week) th week
Jan~Dec /
1~31st day
Jan~Dec /
1~31st day
0~30 sec.
0- Disuse
1- Use
0- Disuse
1- Use
0- Disuse
1- Use
-
Month, date
Month, date
1 sec
Setting current time (example)
1 Press the User Set button.
• 'Main Menu' will be displayed and current time can be set
by pressing the [ ]/[ ] buttons and selecting No.2.
2 Select the number to set 'year, month, date' in sub-menu
by pressing the [ ] button.
• You can select 'year, month and date' by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
buttons and selecting No.1.
3 Select the 'year' you want to set by pressing the [ ] button.
• You can select 'year(2000~2099)' by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
buttons.
• You can select 'month(01~12)' by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
button.
5 Select the 'date' you want to set by pressing the [ ] button.
• You can select 'Date(01~31)' by pressing the [ ]/[ ] button.
6 Complete the setting for 'year, month, and date' by
pressing the Set button.
• The setting value will be applied and you can exit to the
sub-menu.
NOTE
• When not using the summer time function, you don't
need to set "Year", "Month" and "Day".
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ADVANCED OPERATION
4 Select the 'month' you want to set by pressing the [ ]
button.
How to set the detailed setting (User setting mode)
7 Select 'day, AM/PM, hour, and minute' in the 'sub-menu'.
• You can set 'day, AM/PM, hour, and minute' by pressing the
[ ]/[ ] buttons and selecting No.3.
8 Select the 'day' you want to set by pressing the [ ] button.
• You can select 'Day(Sun~Sat)' by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
buttons.
9 Select the 'AM/PM' you want to set by pressing the [ ]
button.
• You can select 'AM/PM/ AM & PM' by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
buttons. 'AM & PM' is 24 hours a day setting mode.
10 Select the 'Hour' you want to set by pressing the [ ]
button.
ADVANCED OPERATION
• You can select 'Hour(01~12)' by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
buttons. When it is 24 hours a day setting mode, 0~23
setting is available.
11 Select the 'Minute' you want to set by pressing the [ ]
button.
• You can select 'Minute(00~59)' by pressing the [ ]/[ ]
buttons.
12 Complete the current time setting by pressing the Set
button.
• The setting value will be applied and you can exit to the
sub-menu.
13 Whenever you press the ESC button, you will exit to
general mode from sub-menu.
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Wired remote controller installation
Initializing your wired remote controller communication
1 Press the Esc and Delete buttons at the same time for more than 5 seconds.
• The communication of your wired remote controller will be initialized, and the device will search
for the Hydro unit connected to your wired remote controller again.
ADVANCED OPERATION
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Wired remote controller installation
Error display on the wired remote controller
※ The address of Hydro unit is displayed “200000”
• Error codes for the wired remote controller and the product connected to your wired remote
controller will be displayed in the LCD display.
Error indications are displayed as seen below.
a Hydro unit error
• The address of Error, “Ai” and the error code will be displayed alternately on the remote
controller display.
b Outdoor unit error
• The address of Error, “Ao” and error code will be displayed alternately on the remote
controller display.
ADVANCED OPERATION
c Wired remote controller error
• The error code will blink at 0.5 second interval on the remote controller display and the
address of error will not be displayed.
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Use of wired remote controller installation / service mode
Use of installation/service mode
Sub-menu
Main menu
SEG Used
1 2 34
• You will enter the installation/service settings, and the ‘main menu’ will be displayed.
2 Refer to the list of installation / service setting mode for your wired remote controller on the next
page, and select the desired menu.
• Using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, select a main menu number and press the [ ] button to enter the submenu setting screen.
• Using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, select a sub-menu number and press the [ ] button to enter data
setting screen.
• When you enter the setting stage, the current setting value will be displayed.
• Refer to the chart for data settings.
• Using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, change the setting value. Press the [ ] button to move to the next
setting value.
• Press the Set button to save the setting value and exit to the sub-menu setting screen.
• Press the ESC button to exit to normal mode.
NOTE
• When setting the data, you can move SEG range with [ ]/[ ] buttons.
• While configuring the setting, press the ESC button to exit to the sub-menu setting screen
without saving your changes.
• When you don't enter any buttons for more than 3 minutes, you will be back to normal mode.
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ADVANCED OPERATION
1 If you want to use the installation/service mode for your wired remote controller, press the Set
and ESC buttons at the same time for more than 3 seconds.
Use of wired remote controller installation / service mode
Installation/Service mode
NOTE
• 'NONE' will be displayed for the menu that setting modes don't support. In some cases, the
setting may not be possible or it may not be applied though it is set on the unit.
• If communication initialization is needed after saving the setting, the system will reset
automatically and communication will be initialized.
Main Submenu menu
Function
Cooling support Y / N
SEG
Default
number
1
0
Range
Unit
0 – Both cooling
& heating
-
1 – Heating Only
1
ADVANCED OPERATION
Selecting a standard
sensor of indoor
temperature
1
2
3
4
5
0
34 English
Selecting
the standard
Wired remote
temperature of
controller’s option
cooling and heating
function set /
Check 1
Selecting Master/
Slave
Wired
Checking current sensor
remotecontroller’s
temperature value
option function set
Setting compensation
/Check 2
temperature value
1
Checking the
The number of
number of
connected device
connected devices
Setting desired temperature unit (Available
only when the temperature display is °C)
Reset to option setting default value of
wiredremote controller
0-Water Outlet
temperature
2
0
3
0
4
0
123
0
-9~40˚C
-
123
0
-9.9~9.9˚C
0.1 ˚C
1,2
0
0~16
1
1
1
1
0
1-Indoor
temperature
0-Temperature
sensor of
wired remote
controller
1-External
temperature
sensor
0-Master,
1-Slave
0-1˚C, 1-0.5˚C,
2-0.1˚C
0-Disuse,
1-Reset
-
-
-
-
Main Submenu menu
2
1
2
1
3 *1)
2
3
4
1
4
2
3
Function
Checking Micom code of wired remote
controller
Checking version information of wired
remote controller
Hydro unit address
Set/Check
Basic Option Set /
Check
Setting Hydro unit
option
Install Option Set /
Check
Install (2) Option Set /
Check
View Master Set/ Hydro unit View
Check
Master Set / Check
Check the Master
Hydro unit
Master Hydro unit
address
Set/Check
Master Hydro unit Set
0
2
3
Reset
Wired remote
controller factory Reset
Power Master
Reset
Addressing Reset
(Outdoor unit
Reset)
Range
Unit
1234, 4
-
Micom code
-
1234, 34
-
Revision date
-
1234
-
*2)
1234, 12
-
Option code
1234, 12
-
Option code
1234, 12
-
Option code
1234, 34
-
Address
1234, 34
-
Address
1
-
1
0
1
0
1
0
0-Disuse, 1-Use,
2-Reset
0-Disuse,
1-Reset
0-Disuse,
1-Reset
-
0-Disuse,
1-Reset
-
-
*1) W
hen entering the main menu 3, set and check the unit address and then move to the sub
menu.
The unit address will be displayed by blinking SEG 34 (Device ID) and SEG 1234 (Control Layer,
Set Layer address).
*2) 1. Reservation No. 1 display, Main address setting and checking: Range of current main address
(SEG 1, 2) and main address setting: 0x00 ~ 0x4F (hexadecimal)
2. R
eservation No. 2 display, Group address setting and checking: Range of current group
address (SEG 1, 2) and group address setting: 0x00 ~ 0xFE (hexadecimal)
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ADVANCED OPERATION
1
SEG
Default
number
Field specification setting mode of wired remote controller
Use of field specification setting mode
Data
Main menu Sub-menu
ADVANCED OPERATION
1 If you want to use the field specification setting mode for your wired remote controller, press the
Set and [ ]buttons at the same time for more than 3 seconds.
2 Refer to the list of field specification for your wired remote controller on the next page, and
select the desired menu.
• Using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, select a main menu number and press the [ ] button to enter the submenu setting screen.
• Using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, select a sub-menu number and press the [ ] button to enter data
setting screen.
• When you enter the setting stage, the current setting value will be displayed.
• Refer to the chart for data settings.
• Using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, change the setting value and press the Set button to save the setting
value. Setting value will be displayed when it is saved.
• Press the [ ] button to move previous setting value.
• While configuring the sub manu setting, press the ESC button to exit to normal menu.
NOTE
• While configuring the setting, press the ESC button to exit to the sub-menu setting screen
without saving your changes.
• When you don't enter any buttons for more than 3 minutes, you will be back to normal mode.
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Use of field specification checking mode
Data
Main menu Sub-menu
2 Refer to the list of field specification for your wired remote controller on the next page, and
select the desired menu.
• Using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, select a main menu number and press the [ ] button to enter the submenu checking screen.
• Using the [ ]/[ ] buttons, select a sub-menu number and press the [ ] button to enter data
checking screen.
• When you enter the checking stage, the current setting value will be displayed.
• Press the [ ] button to move previous setting value.
• While configuring the sub manu setting, press the ESC button to exit to normal menu.
NOTE
• While configuring the checking, press the ESC button to exit to the sub-menu setting
screen.
• When you don't enter any buttons for more than 3 minutes, you will be back to normal mode.
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ADVANCED OPERATION
1 If you want to use the field specification checking mode for your wired remote controller, press
the Set and [ ]buttons at the same time for more than 3 seconds.
Field setting mode
Field Setting Value (FSV) Table
NOTE
• Reset the power after changing the Field Setting Value.
Code 10∗∗ : Upper and lower temperature limits of each operation mode of wired remote controller
Heating(Water Out, Room), Cooling(Water Out, Room), DHW(Tank)
Code 20∗∗ : Water law design and external room thermostat Heating(2 WL’s for floor & FCU),
Cooling(2 WL’s for floor & FCU), WL & Thermostat types
Main Menu &
Code
Field Setting Value
Sub Menu Function
Water Out Temp for Cooling
Room Temp for Cooling
Remote
Controller
Water Out Temp for Heating
Setting Range
Code 10∗∗
Room Temp for heating
ADVANCED OPERATION
DHW Tank Temp
Water Law
Code 20∗∗
Outdoor Temp for Water Law
(Heating)
Water Out Temp for WL1
Heating (WL1-Floor)
Water Out Temp for WL2
Heating (WL2-Fan Coil Unit)
Heating Water Law for Auto
Mode
Outdoor Temp for Water Law (Cooling)
Water Out Temp for WL1
Cooling (WL1-Floor)
Water Out Temp for WL2
Cooling (WL2-Fan Coil Unit)
Cooling Water Law for Auto Mode
External Thermostat
Application
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Description Sub Code Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Point 1
Point 2
Point 1
Point 2
Point 1
Point 2
∗∗11
∗∗12
∗∗21
∗∗22
∗∗31
∗∗32
∗∗41
∗∗42
∗∗51
∗∗52
∗∗11
∗∗12
∗∗21
∗∗22
∗∗31
∗∗32
25
16
30
18
55
25
30
16
50
40
-10
15
40
25
50
35
18
5
28
18
37
15
18
16
50
30
-20
10
17
17
17
17
25
18
30
28
55
37
30
18
70
40
5
20
55
55
55
55
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
WL Type
∗∗41
1(WL1)
1
2
-
-
Point 1
Point 2
Point 1
Point 2
Point 1
Point 2
WL Type
#1 (Floor)
#2 (FCU)
∗∗51
∗∗52
∗∗61
∗∗62
∗∗71
∗∗72
∗∗81
∗∗91
∗∗92
30
40
25
18
18
5
1(WL1)
0(No)
0(No)
25
35
5
5
5
5
1
0
0
35
45
25
25
25
25
2
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
-
Code 30∗∗ : User’s options for domestic hot water(DHW) tank heating
3011 : Application of DHW tank in user’s system
302∗ : Heat pump variables for tank temp. control and combination with booster heater
303∗ : Booster heater variables for combination with heat pump
304∗ : Periodical disinfection heating of water tank
305∗ : Off timer for power DHW mode by Forced DHW of wired remote controller
3061 : “1”Combination of external field solar panel for with heat pump for DHW heating
”2”Application of DHW Tank thermostat in user’s system
307∗ : Default direction of the DHW valve or Zone #1, #2 valve
When the 3way valve is applied to DHW Valve terminal block instead of 2way valve,
default direction is Space Heating (Room)
Main Menu
& Code
Sub Menu Function
Domestic Hot Water
Tank
Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
∗∗11
0 (No)
0
2
1
-
Max Temp
Stop
Start
Min. Space
heating/Cooling
operation time
Max. DHW
operation time
Max. Space
heating/Cooling
operation time
Application
Delay Time
Overshoot
Application
Interval
Start Time
Target Temp
Duration
Max time
Timer OFF
Function
∗∗21
∗∗22
∗∗23
50
2
5
45
0
5
50
10
20
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
∗∗24
5
1
20
1
min
∗∗25
30
5
95
5
min
∗∗26
3
0.5
10
0.5
hour
∗∗31
∗∗32
∗∗33
∗∗41
∗∗42
∗∗43
∗∗44
∗∗45
∗∗46
1 (On)
20
0
1 (On)
Fri (5)
23
70
10
8
5
1
1
1
5
5
1
min
˚C
day
o'clock
˚C
min
hour
∗∗51
0 (No)
0
1 (Yes)
-
-
Timer Duration
∗∗52
6
3
30
1
Solar Panel/DHW
Thermostat
(x10)
min
H/P Combination
∗∗61
0 (No)
0
2
1
-
Direction of DHW valve
DHW Tank
∗∗71
0
(Room)
0
1
(Tank)
-
-
Booster Heater
Disinfection
Forced DHW operation
0(Off)
1
20
95
0
4
0(Off)
1
Sun(0) All (7)
0
23
40
70
5
60
1
24
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ADVANCED OPERATION
Application
Heat Pump
DHW Code
30∗∗
Field Setting Value
Sub
Description
Code
Field setting mode
Field Setting Value (FSV) Table
Code 40∗∗ : User’s options for heating devices including internal backup heater and external boiler
401∗ : Space/DHW heating priority and control variables
402∗ : Backup/Booster heater priority and control variables
403∗ : Additional backup boiler operating variables
Code 50∗∗ : User’s options for extra functions
501∗ : New target temperatures of each mode by “Outgoing” hot key of remote controller
5021 : Temperature difference between before & after values in “Economic” DHW mode
503∗ : TDM(time division multi) variables (TDM product Only)
504∗ : Power Peak control for Smart Grid
Main Menu &
Code
Sub Menu
Function
Heat Pump
ADVANCED OPERATION
Backup Heater
Heating Code
40∗∗
Backup Boiler
Mixing valve
Inverter Pump
Others Code
50∗∗
40 English
Outing
Field Setting Value
Sub
Description
Default
Code
Heating/DHW Priority ∗∗11 0 (DHW)
Outdoor Temp for Priority ∗∗12
0
Heating Off
∗∗13
35
Application
∗∗21 0 (No)
BUH/BSH Priority
∗∗22 0 (Both)
Cold weather
∗∗23 1 (Yes)
compensation
Threshold Temp
∗∗24
0
Defrost Backup Temp. ∗∗25
15
Application
∗∗31 0 (No)
Boiler Priority
∗∗32 0 (No)
Threshold Temp
∗∗33
-15
Application
∗∗41 0 (No)
Target ΔT(Heating)
∗∗42
10
Target ΔT(Cooling)
∗∗43
10
Control factor
∗∗44
2
Control interval
∗∗45
2
Running Time
∗∗46
9
Application
∗∗51
1
Target ΔT
∗∗52
5
Control factor
∗∗53
2
Water Out Temp for
∗∗11
25
Cooling
Room Temp for Cooling ∗∗12
30
Water Out Temp for
∗∗13
15
Heating
Room Temp for Heating ∗∗14
16
Min
Max
Step
Unit
0
-15
14
0
0
1 (Heating)
20
35
1 (Yes)
2 (BSH)
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
-
0 (No)
1
-
-
-25
10
0
0
-20
0
5
5
1
1
6
0
2
1
35
55
1 (Yes)
1 (Yes)
5
2
15
15
5
30
24
2
8
3
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
min
(x10) sec
˚C
-
5
25
1
˚C
18
30
1
˚C
15
55
1
˚C
16
30
1
˚C
Field Setting Value
Main Menu &
Sub Menu
Sub
Description
Code
Function
Code
Auto Cooling WL1 Temp ∗∗15
Auto Cooling WL2 Temp ∗∗16
Outing
Auto Heating WL1 Temp ∗∗17
Auto Heating WL2 Temp ∗∗18
Target Tank Temp
∗∗19
DHW Saving Mode
Temp Difference
∗∗21
Priority Max. Operation
Others Code
∗∗31
Time
50∗∗
TDM Variable
Non Priority Min. Operation
(TDM product Only)
∗∗32
Time
A2A / DHW Priority
∗∗33
Application
∗∗41
Power Peak
Select forced off parts ∗∗42
Control
Using input voltage
∗∗43
Frequency Ratio Control
∗∗51
Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
25
25
15
15
30
5
5
5
15
15
30
0
25
25
55
55
70
40
1
1
1
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
30
10
90
5
min
5
3
60
1
min
1
1
-
-
0
0 (No)
0 (All)
1 (High)
0 (No)
0 (A2A) 1 (DHW)
0
1 (Yes)
0
3
0 (Low)
1
0
1 (Yes)
Remote Controller Setting Range : Code 10∗∗
Remote
Controller
Setting Range
Code 10∗∗
Sub Menu Function
Water Out Temp for
Cooling
Room Temp for Cooling
Water Out Temp for
Heating
Room Temp for heating
DHW Tank Temp
Field Setting Value
Sub
Description
Default
Code
Max
∗∗11
25
Min
∗∗12
16
Max
∗∗21
30
Min
∗∗22
18
Max
∗∗31
55
Min
∗∗32
25
Max
∗∗41
30
Min
∗∗42
16
Max
∗∗51
50
Min
∗∗52
40
Min
Max
Step
Unit
18
5
28
18
37
15
18
16
50
30
25
18
30
28
55
37
30
18
70
40
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
English 41
ADVANCED OPERATION
Main Menu &
Code
Field setting mode
Space Cooling
• Target water outlet temperature : Upper limit(#1011, Default 25˚C, Range : 18 ~ 25˚C),
Lower limit(#1012, Default 16˚C, Range : 5 ~ 18˚C)
–– With this default FSV settings, user can change the target water outlet temperature within the
range of 5 ~ 25˚C for cooling.
• Target room temperature : Upper limit(#1021, Default 30˚C), Lower limit(#1022, Default 18˚C)
–– With this default FSV settings, user can change the target room temperature within the range
of 18 ~ 30˚C for cooling.
Space Heating
• Target water outlet temperature : Upper limit(#1031, Default 55˚C, Range : 37 ~ 55˚C),
Lower limit(#1032, Default 25˚C, Range : 15 ~ 37˚C)
–– With this default FSV settings, user can change the target water outlet temperature within the
range of 25 ~ 55˚C for heating.
• Target room temperature : Upper limit(#1041, Default 30˚C), Lower limit(#1042, Default 16˚C)
–– With this default FSV settings, user can change the target room temperature within the range
of 16 ~ 30˚C for heating.
DHW Heating
ADVANCED OPERATION
• Target DHW tank temperature : Upper limit(#1051, Default 50˚C, Range : 50 ~ 70˚C),
Lower limit(#1052, Default 40˚C, Range : 30 ~ 40˚C)
–– With this default FSV settings, user can change the target tank temperature within the range
of 40 ~ 50˚C for DHW heating.
NOTE
• The FSV #3011 in the wired remote controller should be set to “1 or 2” to use DHW function.
Water Law & Room Thermostat : Code 20∗∗
Ts
1
#2021/2031
2
Cooling WL
1
#2022/2032
#2061/2071
#2062/2072
Floor FCU
42 English
Ts : Target Temp.
Ta : Ambient Temp.
2
Heating WL
#2011
#2012
#2051
#2052
Ta
Main Menu &
Code
Sub Menu Function
Water Law
Code 20∗∗
Outdoor Temp for Water Law
(Heating)
Water Out Temp for WL1
Heating (WL1-Floor)
Water Out Temp for WL2
Heating (WL2-Fan Coil Unit)
Heating Water Law for Auto
Mode
Outdoor Temp for Water Law
(Cooling)
Water Out Temp for WL1
Cooling (WL1-Floor)
Water Out Temp for WL2
Cooling (WL2-Fan Coil Unit)
Cooling Water Law for Auto
Mode
External Thermostat
Application
Field Setting Value
Sub
Description
Default
Code
∗∗11
-10
Point 1
∗∗12
15
Point 2
∗∗21
40
Point 1
∗∗22
25
Point 2
∗∗31
50
Point 1
∗∗32
35
Point 2
Min
Max
Step
Unit
-20
10
17
17
17
17
5
20
55
55
55
55
1
1
1
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
WL Type
∗∗41
1(WL1)
1
2
-
-
Point
Point
Point
Point
Point
Point
∗∗51
∗∗52
∗∗61
∗∗62
∗∗71
∗∗72
30
40
25
18
18
5
25
35
5
5
5
5
35
45
25
25
25
25
1
1
1
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
WL Type
∗∗81
1(WL1)
1
2
-
-
#1(Floor)
#2(FCU)
∗∗91
∗∗92
0(No)
0(No)
0
0
4
4
1
1
-
1
2
1
2
1
2
• Outdoor air temperature range : L
ower limit 1 (#2011, Default -10˚C, Range : -20 ~ 5˚C),
Upper limit 2 (#2012, Default 15˚C, Range : 10 ~ 20˚C)
–– With this default settings, the water outlet temperature by heating water law can be changed
within the outdoor temperature range of -10 ~ 15˚C.
• Water out temperature range for floor/FCU applications respectively :
Upper limit 1 (#2021/2031, Default 40/50˚C, Range : 17 ~ 55˚C),
Lower limit 2 (#2022/2032, Default 25/35˚C, Range : 17 ~ 55˚C)
–– With this default settings, the water outlet temperature by heating water law can be changed
within the range of 25/35 ~ 40/50˚C.
• Type of water law for according to heating devices(floor/FCU) : #2041(Default “1”(WL1 for floor)),
“2”(WL2 for FCU or radiator)
Water Law for Cooling
• Outdoor air temperature range : L
ower limit 1 (#2051, Default 30˚C, Range : 25 ~ 35˚C),
Upper limit 2 (#2052, Default 40˚C, Range : 35 ~ 45˚C)
–– With this default settings, the water outlet temperature by cooling water law can be changed
within the outdoor temperature range of 30 ~ 40˚C.
• Water out temperature range for floor/FCU applications respectively :
Upper limit 1 (#2061/2071, Default 25/18˚C), Lower limit 2 (#2062/2072, Default 18/5˚C)
–– With this default settings, the water outlet temperature by cooling water law can be changed
within the range of 5/18 ~ 18/25˚C.
• Type of water law for according to cooling devices(floor/FCU) : #2081(Default “1”(WL1 for floor),
“2”(WL2 for FCU or radiator)
English 43
ADVANCED OPERATION
Water Law for Heating
Field setting mode
External Room Thermostat (Field Option)
• Terminal #1 (#2091, Default “0” for no usage), #2 (#2092, Default “0” for no usage)
–– To use wired remote controller for heating/cooling operation, both of the above settings
should be set to “0” simultaneously. If not, thermostat controls system.
–– If set to #2091/#2092 1, the compressor can be turned on or off only by the thermostat.
–– If set to #2091/#2092 2~4, the compressor can be turned on or off by the thermostat or
according to the WL discharged water temperature.(#2092 2, WL Thermo off → Water pump off,
#2092 3, WL Thermo off → Water pump on, #2092 4, WL Thermo off → Water pump 7min off →
3min on →.......).
#2092 2,
#2092 3,
#2092 4,
Water pump
Water pump
Water pump
ON
OFF
1
0
Water law
Thermo
•
•
ADVANCED OPERATION
•
•
•
Time
ON
OFF
Time
1
0
Time
ON
OFF
Time
Time
1
0
Time
Water law
Thermo
1min
Water law
3min 7min 3min 7min
Thermo
–– Types of water law used by room thermostat operation will follow the FSV settings defined in
#2041 (heating) and #2081 (cooling) respectively.
–– During the thermostat operation, the user has the possibility to shift up or down the target
water temperature within the range of -5 ~ +5˚C.
When the remote controller is used, floor valve should be connected to zone #1 and the FCU valve
should be separately connected to zone #2 of the Hydro Unit PBA.
When only floor cooling/heating is installed and if the Water Law or outlet water temperature is
too low, 2way valve may closed and E911 error may occur.
When the floor and FCU units are installed together and operating in cooling mode, floor valve
may close and E911 may occur to prevent floor condensation when the outlet water temperature
is below 16°C. Therefore FCU should secure minimum value for the flow rate.
Thermostat #2 which controls FCU has the priority for operation modes and the discharge water
temperature.
Samsung is not responsible for the accidents such as floor condensations which can occur by not
connecting the valve to the zone #1 port of the Hydro Unit PBA.
DHW Heating : Code 30∗∗
TU > THP MAX
TU < THP MAX
Tu : User set temp.
T(C)
T(C)
T(C) : Temp. (Celsius)
TU
#3021
THP MAX
THP OFF
THP ON
44 English
#3022
#3023
#3021
THP MAX
TU=THP OFF
THP ON
#3023
Space heating
request
1
0
DHW request
1
0
DHW operation
1
Space heating
operation
0
#3024
#3025
Main Menu &
Sub Menu Function
Code
Domestic Hot Water
Tank
DHW Code
30∗∗
Booster Heater
Disinfection
Forced DHW
operation
Solar Panel/DHW
Thermostat
Direction of DHW
valve
Field Setting Value
Description
Sub Code Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
Application
∗∗11
0(No)
0
2
1
-
Max Temp
Stop
Start
Min. Space
∗∗21
∗∗22
∗∗23
50
2
5
45
0
5
50
10
20
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
heating/Cooling
∗∗24
5
1
20
1
min
operation time
Max. DHW operation
time
Max. Space
∗∗25
30
5
95
5
min
heating/Cooling
∗∗26
3
0.5
10
0.5
hour
operation time
Application
Delay Time
Overshoot
Application
Interval
Start Time
Target Temp
Duration
Max time
Timer OFF Function
Timer Duration
∗∗31
∗∗32
∗∗33
∗∗41
∗∗42
∗∗43
∗∗44
∗∗45
∗∗46
∗∗51
∗∗52
1(On)
20
0
1(On)
Fri(5)
23
70
10
8
0(No)
6
0(Off)
20
0
0(off)
Sun(0)
0
40
5
1
0
3
1
95
4
1
All(7)
23
70
60
24
1(Yes)
30
5
1
1
1
5
5
1
1
min
˚C
day
o'clock
˚C
min
hour
(x10)min
H/P Combination
∗∗61
0(No)
0
2
1
-
DHW Tank
∗∗71
0(Room)
0
1(Tank)
-
English 45
ADVANCED OPERATION
Heat Pump
t
#3026
Field setting mode
DHW Application
The FSV #3011 in the wired remote controller should be set to “1 or 2” to use DHW function.
If FSV #3011 is set to 1, the DHW operation starts based on the thermo on temperature.
If FSV #3011 is set to 2, the DHW operation starts based on the thermo off temperature.
(For example, when the current temperature becomes 45℃ under the conditions that the thermo on
temperature is 43℃ and the thermo off temperature is 48℃, the DHW turns off if FSV #3011 is set
to 1 and DHW turns on if FSV #3011 is set to 2.)
Heat Pump Variables for Controlling DHW Tank
ADVANCED OPERATION
• Maximum DHW tank temperature with R-410A(refrigerant) heat pump operation : FSV #3021,
Default 50˚C, Range : 45 ~ 50˚C.
• Temperature difference determining the heat pump OFF temperature : FSV #3022, Default 2˚C,
Range : 0 ~ 10˚C.
• Temperature difference determining the heat pump ON temperature : FSV #3023, Default 5˚C,
Range : 5 ~ 20˚C.
• DHW heating mode timer : Mode timer manage the operation terms when there are simultaneous
requests of space heating/cooling and DHW.
–– FSV #3024 (minimum Space heating operating time, Default 5 min., Range 1 ~ 20 min.),
#3025 (maximum DHW time, Default 30 min., Range 5 ~ 95 min.), #3026(maximum space
heating operation time, Default 3 hour, Range 0.5 ~ 10 hour)
–– Maximum operation time is applied only when both DHW and Space heating request
operation. DHW or Space heating operates continuously until reaching at target temperature
without time limitation in the single operation.
NOTE
• The FSV #4011 for DHW priority should be set to “0(DHW)”(Default). Space heating gets a
priority by setting FSV #4011 “1”, but this is only valid when the outdoor temperature is lower
than the specified temperature defined by FSV #4012.
Heating
request
1
DHW
request
1
H/P
Operation
1
Booster
Operation
0
0
#3025
0
1
0
#3032
46 English
t
#3033
TBH OFF
TBH ON
TU
THP MAX
MAX
THP OFF
OFF
THP ON
#3022
#3023
HP
BH
HP
t
#3045
#3044
TH
TU
00.00
01.00
22.00
23.00
24.00
t
Booster Heater Variables for Controlling DHW Tank
• The FSV #3031 should be set to “1(On)” (Default) to use booster heater as an additional heat source for
DHW tank.
• Booster heater startup delay timer : In case of DHW request, this timer will delay the operation of
booster heater compared to heat pump.
–– FSV #3032 (Default 20 min., Range 20 ~ 95 min.), In “Power” DHW mode, the delay timer will be
neglected, and the booster starts immediately.
–– In “Economic” DHW mode, the DHW heating will be conducted only with heat pump.
–– #3032 should be smaller than the maximum H/P time (#3025). If the delay time is set too high, it
might take very long time for DHW heating.
• Temperature difference determining the booster heater OFF temperature (T_BH OFF = Tu + #3033) :
FSV #3033, Default 0˚C, Range : 0 ~ 4˚C.
• Temperature difference determining the booster heater ON temperature (T_BH ON = T_BH OFF - 2)
NOTE
• The FSV #4022 for booster heater priority should be set to “0 (both)” (Default) or “2” (booster)
to use booster heater.
• If not(backup heater priority), the booster heater can be operated in case of no backup heater
demand.
English 47
ADVANCED OPERATION
#3043
Field setting mode
Disinfection Function
• The FSV #3041 should be set to “1 (On)” (Default) to use disinfection function.
–– Scheduling : D
ay (#3042, Default “Friday”), starting time (#3043, Default “23:00”),
target tank temp. (#3044, Default “70˚C”), duration (#3045, Default 10 min.)
NOTE
• Disinfection function is available only when a booster heater is connected.
• Check tank capacity, booster heater capacity, and booster heater for issues if disinfection
operation does not work normally over the maximum operation time(E919 error).
Forced DHW by User’s Input
• Forced DHW mode can be activated by changing setting value from the default setting (#3011, ”0” (No)).
• Forced DHW mode shall be working depending on Timer setting (#3051, #3052).
Additional Solar panel/DHW thermostat Installation for DHW with Heat Pump (Field Option)
ADVANCED OPERATION
• Solar panel and heat pump are able to operate simultaneously by default setting value. (FSV #3061, “1”)
• When using DHW thermostat, set the FSV #3061, “2”.
• Zone #1 and #2 valve always keep open except DHW mode in “ON” when the power is “ON” unless changing
the FSV #3071. Default: Room direction valves are open and DHW valve is closed.
• Zone #1 and #2 can be open separately or simultaneously but all three zone valves can not be open or closed
at the same time.
• There is one minute delay of 2-way / 3-Way valve closing whereas no delay of valve opening.
• Individual zone control is only available with external thermostat.
48 English
Main Menu &
Code
Sub Menu
Function
Heat Pump
Backup Heater
Heating Code
Backup Boiler
40∗∗
Mixing valve
Min
Max
Step
Unit
-
-
-15
14
0
0
1
(Heating)
20
35
1 (Yes)
2 (BSH)
1
1
1
˚C
˚C
-
1 (Yes)
0(No)
1
-
-
0
15
0 (No)
0 (No)
-15
0 (No)
10
10
2
2
9
1
5
2
-25
10
0
0
-20
0
5
5
1
1
6
0
2
1
35
55
1 (Yes)
1 (Yes)
5
2
15
15
5
30
24
2
8
3
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
min
(x10)sec
˚C
-
Heating/DHW Priority
∗∗11
0 (DHW)
0
Outdoor Temp for Priority
Heating Off
Application
BUH/BSH Priority
Cold weather
compensation
Threshold Temp
Defrost Backup Temp.
Application
Boiler Priority
Threshold Temp
Application
Target ΔT (Heating)
Target ΔT (Cooling)
Control factor
Control interval
Running Time
Application
Target ΔT
Control factor
∗∗12
∗∗13
∗∗21
∗∗22
0
35
0 (No)
0 (Both)
∗∗23
∗∗24
∗∗25
∗∗31
∗∗32
∗∗33
∗∗41
∗∗42
∗∗43
∗∗44
∗∗45
∗∗46
∗∗51
∗∗52
∗∗53
Heat Pump Variables for Space Heating
• FSV #4011 for DHW priority is set to “0(DHW)” (Default) as a default. Space heating gets a priority by setting
FSV #4011 “1”, but this is only valid when the outdoor temperature is lower than the specified temperature
defined by FSV #4012.
• Cold weather compensation is applied when the space heating gets a priority (FSV #4011=1). It is due to
position of heating coil and booster heater in the water tank. Heating coil is at the bottom part of the water
tank and the booster heater is located at the middle part of the tank. So the heating coil is efficient to heat
the whole water in the tank. Chances that hot water flows through the heating coil decrease with the space
heating priority. And lower part of water in the tank might not get enough heat with the booster heater.
• Space heating off temperature(FSV #4013, Default “35˚C”, Range 14 ~ 35˚C): At high outdoor temperature
above this value, the space heating will be turned off, to avoid overheating.
English 49
ADVANCED OPERATION
Inverter Pump
Field Setting Value
Sub
Description
Default
Code
Field setting mode
Backup Heater Variables for Space Heating
• The FSV #4021 should be set to 1(Yes) to use 2-stage electric backup heater in hydro unit as an additional
heat source.
• To compensate the lowered heat pump heating performance under very cold weather conditions, the FSV
#4023 should be set to “1(On)”(Default).
–– The threshold temperature to use backup heater for cold weather compensation: FSV #4024,
Default “0˚C”, Range -25 ~ 35˚C
–– The backup heater operation is restricted to save energy in the threshold temperature range.
• The FSV #4022 for backup heater priority should be set to “0 (both)” (Default) or “1” (backup) to use backup
heater. If not (booster heater priority), the backup heater can be operated in case of no booster heater
demand.
• The threshold temperature for backup heater operation during defrost mode to prevent cold draft because
of chilled water can be controlled by adjusting FSV #4025. Under FSV #4025 of water outlet temperature,
backup heater Will be turned on.
NOTE
• To use both heaters together at the same time, please check the capacity of the power
circuit breaker of your house before use.
External Backup Boiler for Space Heating (Field Option)
ADVANCED OPERATION
• The FSV #4031 should be set to “1 (Yes)” to use a backup boiler as an additional heat source.
(default: “0 (No installation)”)
• Priority of backup boiler and heat pump is defined by FSV #4032 (default: “0 (OFF)”)
• To compensate the lowered heat pump heating performance under very cold weather conditions, the backup
boiler operates instead of heat pump under the threshold temperature (FSV #4033, Default “-15˚C”,
Range -20 ~ 5˚C).
Mixing vavle Installation(Field Option)
• The FSV #4041 should be set to “1 or 2” to use mixing valve.
※ 4041 =1 : Controlled based on the temperature difference (4042, 4043)
※ 4041 =2 : Controlled based on the temperature difference of the WL value
ex) Heating
<#4041=1>
<#4041=2>
Tw2
Tw2
FCU WL
FCU WL
#4042
Floor WL
Floor temp
Ta
50 English
Ta
• FSV #4042 / #4043 is for adjusting temperature difference between Tw3(Tw2) and Tw4.
• When using mixing valve, FSV #4046 should be matched with mixing valve running time
charateristic.
Inverter Pump Installation(Field Option)
• FSV #4051=1(Default) : Inverter pump use + Output 100%, FSV #4051=2 : Inverter pump use + Output 70%,
FSV #4051=0 : Inverter pump Not use.
• FSV #4052 is for adjusting temperature difference between Tw2 and Tw1.
NOTE
• Tw1 (Inlet Water Temp), Tw2 (Discharge Water Temp), Tw3 (Backup Heater oulet Water Temp),
Tw4 (Mixing valve Temp.)
Others : Code 50∗∗
Main Menu &
Sub Menu Function
Code
Field Setting Value
Unit
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
min
min
-
Outing Mode (Hot Key of Wired Remote Controller)
• All the target temperatures – space heating and cooling, water law, DHW, Room temperature – are set to the
values defined in the above table under the holiday mode (outing hot key)
NOTE
• With the lowered target temperatures (FSV #5011 ~ #5019), the system operates normally.
English 51
ADVANCED OPERATION
Sub
Default Min
Max
Step
Code
Water Out Temp for Cooling ∗∗11
25
5
25
1
Room Temp for Cooling
∗∗12
30
18
30
1
Water Out Temp for Heating ∗∗13
15
15
55
1
Room Temp for Heating
∗∗14
16
16
30
1
Outing
Auto Cooling WL1 Temp
∗∗15
25
5
25
1
Auto Cooling WL2 Temp
∗∗16
25
5
25
1
Auto Heating WL1 Temp
∗∗17
15
15
55
1
Auto Heating WL2 Temp
∗∗18
15
15
55
1
Others Code
Target Tank Temp
∗∗19
30
30
70
1
50∗∗
DHW Saving Mode
Temp Difference
∗∗21
5
0
40
1
Priority Max. Operation Time ∗∗31
30
10
90
5
TDM Variable
Non Priority Min. Operation Time ∗∗32
5
3
60
1
(TDM product Only)
A2A / DHW Priorty
∗∗33
0
0 (A2A) 1 (DHW)
1
Application
∗∗41 0 (No)
0
1 (Yes)
Power Peak Control
Select forced off parts
∗∗42 0 (All)
0
3
1
Using input voltage
∗∗43 1 (High) 0 (Low)
1
Frequency Ratio Control
∗∗51 0 (No)
0
1 (Yes)
Description
Field setting mode
Economic DHW Heating
• DHW heating only by the heat pump to save energy. Target DHW temperature is lower than the temperature
set by user. The temperature difference is defined by FSV #5021. (default: 5°C)
–– If user sets the temperature 45°C, the system sets the target temperature 40°C with the default
setting.
Peak Power Control
• If users make contracts with local electric power company for limiting the amount of power consumption
when a surge in power usage, users can set FSV of “Forced off”.
• According to FSV (#5041), Default is Non-usage. And According to FSV (#5042), If input is “0 (default)”, Back up
heater (BUH) is unavailable while external contact is high.
If input is “ 1”, Only Compressor(Heat Pump) is available.
If input is “ 2”, Only Booster Heater (BSH) is available.
If input is “3”, nothing is available.
• Applying the control when power voltage of input contact is high is default. According to FSV (#5043), it is
available to adopt this logic in low condition exceptionally.
• When applying to this logic, SAMSUNG controller come to get “Thermo off” condition for all operation.
• If not used for a long time, anti-freeze fluid shall be used for preventing damage to the unit in cold condition.
TDM (Time-Division Multi) Variables (TDM product Only)
• Please refer to the page 27.
Power peak control for Smart Grid
ADVANCED OPERATION
[D-00]
0 (Default)
1
2
3
52 English
Compressor
Permitted
Permitted
Forced off
Forced off
Back up heater
Forced off
Forced off
Forced off
Forced off
Booster heater
Permitted
Forced off
Permitted
Forced off
Maintaining the unit
Maintenance activities
• In order to ensure optimal availability of the unit, a number of checks and inspections on the unit and the field
wiring have to be carried out at regular intervals, preferably yearly.
This maintenance should be carried out by SAMSUNG local technician. Besides keeping the remote controller
clean by means of a soft damp cloth, no maintenance is required by the operator.
WARNING
• During longer periods of standstill, e.g. during summer with a heating only application, it is
very important NOT TO SWITCH OFF THE POWER SUPPLY towards the unit.
• Switching off the power supply stops the automatic repetitive movement of the motor in
order to prevent it from getting jammed.
This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol.
Refrigerant type: R-410A
GWP (1) value: 2088 (GWP = global warming potential)
• Periodical inspections for refrigerant leaks may be required depending on European or local legislation.
Please contact your local dealer for more information.
Emergency heating / Emergency hot water supply
<Emergency heating_(when using #4021)>
• Heating function is performed only by the backup heater if the outdoor unit malfunctions (available only
when a backup heater is connected).
• Enabling the function : Turn off the Control kit Dip S/W #1, and then turn the power off and on.
• Disabling the function : Turn on the Control kit Dip S/W #1, and then turn the power off and on.
• Default operation : Automatic heating is performed at a set temperature of 35°C.
OTHERS
English 53
Maintaining the unit
<Emergency hot water supply_(when using FSV #3011, 3031)>
•
•
•
•
Hot water is supplied only by the booster heater if the outdoor unit malfunctions.
Enabling the function : Turn off the Control kit Dip S/W #2, and then turn the power off and on.
Disabling the function : Turn on the Control kit Dip S/W #2, and then turn the power off and on.
Default operation : Automatic hot water supply is performed at a set temperature of 50°C.
OTHERS
54 English
Troubleshooting tips
If the unit has some problem to work properly, error codes will be displayed on the wired remote
controller. The following table describes the explanation of the error codes.
Display
Explanation
EVA Inlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
EVA Outlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Wired remote controller temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Water Inlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
PHE Outlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Water outlet (Back up Heater) temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Water TANK temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Mixing valve temp sensor SHORT or OPEN (When FSV #4041 “1 or 2”)
Heater
Water Outlet
Back up Heater
E903
Tw3
Tw2
PHE Outlet
E902
Wired remote controller
temp sensor
E653
PHE
EVA Outlet
E123
Ref’ Out
Water Inlet
E901
Tw1
Hydro Unit
EVA Inlet
E122
Ref’ In
Water tank temp sensor
E904
OTHERS
English 55
Troubleshooting tips
Communication
Display
Explanation
Communication error between remote controller and the Hydro unit
Tracking error between remote controller and the Hydro unit
Memory (EEPROM) Read/Write Error (Wired remote Controller data error)
E601, E604
E654
• MEMORY(EEPROM) Read/Write Error
(Wired controller data error)
EEPROM
OTHERS
56 English
Water pump & Flow S/W
Display
Explanation
Flow S/W OFF error
In case of flow S/W OFF in 30sec during water pump signal is ON(Starting)
In case of flow S/W OFF in 15sec during water pump signal is ON (After starting)
Flow S/W ON error
In case of flow S/W ON in 10min during water pump signal is OFF
E911
• Water pump ON ( Flow S/W off )
• Water pump ON ( Flow S/W off ) : NOT enough water flow
Water flow < 7LPM( ∗∗090∗∗) / 12LPM (∗∗160∗∗)
E912
• Water pump OFF ( Flow S/W on )
Water flow > 7LPM (∗∗090∗∗) / 12LPM (∗∗160∗∗)
OTHERS
English 57
Error codes
If the unit has some problems and does not work normally, error code is shown on the OUTDOOR
UNIT main PBA or LCD of the wired remote controller.
Display
Explanation
Error Source
OTHERS
101
Hydro Unit / OUTDOOR UNIT wire connection error
Hydro Unit, OUTDOOR UNIT
122
EVA Inlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Hydro Unit
123
EVA Outlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Hydro Unit
162
EEPROM Error
Hydro Unit
198
Error of Terminal Block’s Thermal Fuse (Open)
Hydro Unit
201
Hydro Unit/OUTDOOR UNIT communication error (Matching error)
Hydro Unit, OUTDOOR UNIT
202
Hydro Unit/OUTDOOR UNIT communication error (3 min)
Hydro Unit, OUTDOOR UNIT
203
Communication error between INVERTER and MAIN MICOM (6
min)
OUTDOOR UNIT
221
OUTDOOR UNIT temperature sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
231
condenser temperature sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
251
Discharge temperature sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
320
OLP sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
403
Detection of OUTDOOR UNIT compressor freezing
(During cooling operation)
OUTDOOR UNIT
404
Protection of OUTDOOR UNIT when it is overload
(during Safety Start, Normal operation state)
OUTDOOR UNIT
407
Comp down due to high pressure
OUTDOOR UNIT
416
Discharge of a compressor is overheated
OUTDOOR UNIT
419
OUTDOOR UNIT EEV operation error
OUTDOOR UNIT
425
Power source line missing error (only for 3-phase model)
OUTDOOR UNIT
440
Heating operation blocked (outdoor temperature over 35°C)
OUTDOOR UNIT
441
Cooling operation blocked (outdoor temperature under 9°C)
OUTDOOR UNIT
458
OUTDOOR UNIT fan1 error
OUTDOOR UNIT
461
[Inverter] Compressor startup error
OUTDOOR UNIT
462
[Inverter] Total current error/PFC over current error
OUTDOOR UNIT
463
OLP is overheated
OUTDOOR UNIT
464
[Inverter] IPM over current error
OUTDOOR UNIT
465
Compressor V limit error
OUTDOOR UNIT
466
DC LINK over/low voltage error
OUTDOOR UNIT
467
[Inverter] Compressor rotation error
OUTDOOR UNIT
468
[Inverter] Current sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
469
[Inverter] DC LINK voltage sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
470
Outdoor unit EEPROM Read/Write error (H/W)
OUTDOOR UNIT
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Display
Explanation
Error Source
Outdoor unit EEPROM Read/Write error (Option)
OUTDOOR UNIT
474
IPM(IGBT Module) or PFCM temperature sensor Error
OUTDOOR UNIT
475
OUTDOOR UNIT fan2 error
OUTDOOR UNIT
484
PFC Overload Error
OUTDOOR UNIT
485
Input current sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
500
IPM is overheated
OUTDOOR UNIT
554
Gas leak error
OUTDOOR UNIT
590
Inverter EEPROM Checksum error
OUTDOOR UNIT
601
Communication error between the Hydro Unit
and wired remote controller
Wired Remote Controller
604
Communication tracking error between the Hydro Unit
and wired remote controller
Hydro Unit, Wired Remote
Controller
653
Wired remote controller temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Hydro Unit, Wired Remote
Controller
654
Memory(EEPROM) Read/Write Error
(Wired remote Controller data error)
Hydro Unit, Wired Remote
Controller
702
Error due to closed EEV of indoor unit(1st detection)
Hydro unit, Indoor unit
703
Error due to opened EEV of indoor unit(1st detection)
Hydro unit, Indoor unit
901
Water inlet (PHE) temperature sensor error (open/short)
OUTDOOR UNIT
902
Water outlet (PHE) temperature sensor error (open/short)
OUTDOOR UNIT
903
Water outlet (backup heater) temperature sensor error.
Hydro Unit
904
DHW tank temperature sensor error
Hydro Unit
906
Refrigerant gas inlet (PHE) temperature sensor (open/short)
OUTDOOR UNIT
911
Flow switch and water pump error
Hydro Unit
912
Flow switch and water pump error
Hydro Unit
916
Mixing valve sensor (Tw4) error (Short/Open)
Hydro Unit
919
Error that the set temperature for disinfection operation is not
reached, or, after reaching, the temperature fails to continue for
the requested time.
Hydro Unit
OTHERS
471
NOTE
• When the product does not work during or after the concrete curing function and it displays
“CC” on the wired remote controller, contact the installer to cancel the concrete curing
function.
English 59
Product specification
Indoor
Weight (Net)
AE090JNYDEH
AE090JNYDGH
AE160JNYDGH
45.0
45.0
46.5
46.5
Dimensions (Net) mm
850 x 510 x 315
850 x 510 x 315
850 x 510 x 315
850 x 510 x 315
Indoor
AE090MNYDEH
AE160MNYDEH
AE090MNYDGH
AE160MNYDGH
45.5
46.5
46.5
46.5
850 x 510 x 315
850 x 510 x 315
850 x 510 x 315
850 x 510 x 315
Weight (Net)
kg
AE160JNYDEH
kg
Dimensions (Net) mm
OTHERS
60 English
Memo
OTHERS
English 61
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