Seiki SC-6200AU6A User manual

Seiki SC-6200AU6A User manual
6.2kW AIR
CONDITIONER
SC-6200AU6A
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
Please read this manual carefully before using, and keep it for future reference.
CONTENTS
General Safety4
Product Overview6
Remote Control7
Remote Control Use8
Operations9
Troubleshooting12
Specifications13
Customer Service16
GENERAL SAFETY
Read this manual thoroughly before you start using the Split system air con.
Store this manual, the completed warranty card, your receipt and the product packaging.
The safety precautions instructions reduces the risk of fire, electric shock and injury when
correctly complied to.
Please follow all instructions and take notice of all warnings.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This unit comes with seperate manual on installation for use by an appropriately
qualified installer. Do not try to install on your own, this will expose you to danger and
void the warranty. It is your responsibility to ensure the unit is installed bu a qualified
technician, they should check that it is earthed in accordance with regulations and
install a thermomagnetic circuit breaker.
Please follow instruction when installing this product in accordance with the instruction
manual. This product must be positioned in a sufficiently stable location, it can be potentially
hazardous due to falling when mounted and can cause injury, particularly to children if it
positioned incorrectly.
• Before installing this Aircon, make sure your outlet voltage corresponds to the voltage
stated on the power supply rating label
• Do not use a damaged power cord, plug or loose outlet. Doing so may cause an
electric shock.
• Do not plug several devices into the same outlet. Doing so may cause the outlet to
overheat and start a fire. Make sure the outlet is readily accessible during operation
of the equipment.
• Do not bend, twist or kink the power cord excessively.
• Do not allow anything to rest on or roll over the power cord.
Doing so may cause a fire or an electric shock.
• Do not run the power cord near heat-producing appliances such as radiators, stoves or
irons. The excessive heat could melt the insulation and expose live wires, resulting in
fire or electric shock.
• Do not expose the air conditioner to water. The electrical insulation could be damaged
and cause electrocution. Do not touch the unit when barefoot or parts of your body are
wet or damp.
• Do not cover the ventilation openings of the product with items such as newspapers,
tablecloths, curtains etc or insert objects into the slots available on the products.
As this could result in the product temperature rising and could cause a fire.
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
• If you notice any unusual odors or smoke around the unit, immediately disconnect the
unit from the outlet and contact the service center. Failure to do so may result in fire
or electric shock.
• When not using the unit for long periods of time or when you are moving the unit
please ensure to disconnect the power supply from the wall socket.
• Please beware that Dust could accumulate over time on the unit and cause it to generate
heat and or deteriorate insulation, which in turn may result in an electrical fire.
• The product is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or young children of any age, They must be supervised
by a person responsible for their safety.
• Batteries from the remote control must be only removed by an adult, the adult must
ensure to keep them out of reach of infants and children. Seek medical attention
immediately if a child has swallowed a battery.
• To maintain the product do not use any chemical or cleaning agent or wet cloth, please
only ensure to utilize a dry cloth to wipe it down from marks or dust and only after
unplugging the product from the power socket.
• Always use the air con with the air filter mounted. Using it without the air filter can
cause accumulation of dust or waste on the inner parts of the device with possible
subsequent failters.
• Do not direct airflow directly onto plants or animals, as long exposure can affect them.
• Please ensure to contact our call center for any repair or service required for the products
not doing so will make warranty on your product void.
• We assume not liability for any eventual damages to property or injury to persons caused
by misuse of the product or noncompliance with these instructions.
Please make sure upon positioning this product, the place is:
• Not wet or damp and Well ventilated
• Away from direct sunlight or heaters.
• Away from splashes or food.
• Protected from excessive dust or grease.
• Do not place containers with liquids, if liquid falls inside the products it may result in
short-circuit, fire or electric shock.
• Do not place small metallic objects on top of the unit or block the openings as it will
reduce operating efficiency of the air con with failures or damages.
PLEASE REFER TO THE INSTALLATION MANUAL ON SAFETY INSTRUCTION SPECIFIC TO
EACH OF THE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNITS.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
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REMOTE CONTROL
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REMOTE CONTROL USE
• Point the remote control at the unit, then press the ON/OFF button.
Press the mode button, then select your desired mode: AUTO, COOL, DRY, HEAT or FAN.
• Press the SET TEMPERATURE buttons to increase or decrease the readings until your
desired temperature is displayed. The room temperature range is from 16°C to 32°C. (It
will automatically default to 25°C and is non-adjustable in AUTO or DRY modes.)
• Press the FAN SPEED button to choose the air rate you want. LOW, MED or HI will be
symbolized by the number of blocks under the fan icon. If you select AUTO, the fan and
block icons will flash.
• Press the SWING button to choose the up/down air flow direction you want:
NATURAL FLOW, SWING or FIXED. (It will automatically be set to FIXED air flow
direction in DRY mode).
• Press the AIR FLOW button to choose the left/right direction button you want:
SWING, FIXED.
To be in compliance EN61000-3-11, the product should be connected to a supply of
the system impedance |Zsys|=0.141 ohms or less. Before connecting the product to
your power network, please consult with your electric supplier to ensure the power
network is above requirement.
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OPERATIONS
TURBO OPERATION
Press TURBO during COOL or HEAT operation, and the air rate will be set to high. Press the
TURBO button again to cancel the mode.
Note: During turbo mode, air rate cannot be changed.
TIMER OPERATION
Setting Turn off time.
Set the time for the unit to turn off
1. While the air-conditioner is working, press the TIMER button, and the air-conditioner
will go into timer switch-off mode.
2. Press the TIMER button again to set the desired time for the air-conditioner to turn
itself off. The timer can be set from a range of 1 hour to 24 hours. Each time the button is
pressed, the number on the display will move up by one.
3. Once the timer has been set, the digits shown on the screen will count down by 1 for
each hour that has elapsed., indicating the remaining time prior to the unit switching off.
Setting Turn On Time
Set the time for the unit to turn on.
1. While the air-conditioner is in standby mode, press the TIMER button, and the
airconditioner will go into timer switch-on mode.
2. Press the TIMER button again to set the desired time for the air-conditioner to turn
itself on. The timer can be set from a range of 1 hour to 24 hours. Each time the button
is pressed, the number on the display will move up by one.
3. Once the timer has been set, the digits shown on the screen will count down by 1 for
each hour that has elapsed., indicating the remaining time prior to the unit switching on.
To cancel a current timer mode, simply press the TIMER button to delete the mode.
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OPERATIONS (Cont.)
SLEEP MODE
Use this mode to reduce operation sound while sleeping.
• Press the SLEEP button once and air flow sound from the indoor unit will be decreased.
• Press the SLEEP button again to turn Sleep mode off.
NOTE:
• Use sleep mode when you are going to bed. If this mode is used during the day,
the functionality may be reduced due to the ambient temperature being too high.
• During operation of cooling mode, the room temperature setting will be raised
gradually by 2°C higher than the set temperature once the unit is in sleep mode.
• During operation of heating mode, the room temperature setting will be dropped
gradually by 5°C lower than the set temperature once the unit is in sleep mode.
OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF HEATING MODE
• The unit absorbs heat from the outdoor air and transfers it indoors to heat the room air.
The heating capabilities through this principle of heat pumping alters with the variations
of temperature of the outdoor air.
• It will only take a short amount of time for hot air circulation to raise the room temperature.
• If the temperature outdoors is extremely low, this system can be used together with
other heating devices, as long as good ventilation is provided.
Defrosting
When the outdoor temperature is very low, and the humidity is very high, frosting will
occur due to the heat exchange of the outdoor unit, which can have negative impacts on the
efficiency of the heating performance. In such cases, the automatic defrosting function will
come into play.
The heating operation will be stopped for 5-10 minutes to do the defrost.
• The fans of both indoor and outdoor units will stop.
• During defrosting, the outdoor unit may product steam. This is caused by rapid
defrosting and is not a performance failure.
• Upon completion of the defrosting process, heating operations will resume.
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OPERATIONS (Cont.)
The air conditioner must be turned off and unplugged before any maintenance
is carried out.
BEFORE SEASON OPERATION
1. Check to see if there are any objects or materials blocking any air intakes or outlets
of both the indoor and outdoor units.
2. Check the installation stand to ensure there is no corrosion or rust.
3. Check to see that the air filter is clean.
4. While reconnecting the power, ensure it is plugged in securely.
5. Put new batteries into the remote controller.
DURING SEASON OPERATION
1. Remove the air-filter screen from the unit.
• Gently press the two lower ends of the grid to open it.
• Gently pull up on the air filter screen and take it out in the direction of your body.
2. Clean the air filter screen (if dirty) with lukewarm water and allow it to air dry.
3. Reinstall the air filter screen. (Never use the unit without the filter in place)
4. Regularly wipe the air conditioner clean with a soft, dry cloth.
AFTER SEASON OPERATION
1. Set the temperature to 30°C and operate the unit in fan status for about half a day.
2. Stop the unit, then unplug it from the power supply.
3. Clean, then reinstall the air filter.
4. Clean the indoor and outdoor units.
5. Take the batteries out of the remote controller.
Note: if the air filter screen is blocked by dust or dirt, the cooling or heating performance
will be affected, with the power consumption and operational noise being increased.
Therefore, the air filter screen should be cleaned regularly.
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TROUBLSHOOTING
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SPECIFICATIONS
Capacity
Max. Current Input
Max. Power Input
COOLING
6200W (6.2kW)
HEATING
6300W (6.3kW)
COOLING
8.3 A
HEATING
7.9 A
COOLING
1905 W
HEATING
1800 W
Room Size Suitability
33-38 m²
Rated Voltage and Frequency
220-240V AC / 50Hz
Ingress Protection
Net Weight
Max. Pressure
Refrigerant Type
Noise Level
Dimensions
OUTDOOR UNIT
IP24
INDOOR UNIT
16 kg
OUTDOOR UNIT
56 kg
DISCHARGE
4.2 MPa
SUCTION
1.3 MPa
TYPE
R410A
QUANTITY
2150 g
INDOOR UNIT
42-48 dB(A)
OUTDOOR UNIT
56 dB(A)
INDOOR UNIT (mm)
302 (h) x 1080 (w) x 220 (d)
OUTDOOR UNIT (mm) 700 (h) x 870 (w) x 310 (d)
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CUSTOMER HELPLINE:
1300 296 699
DISTRIBUTED BY:
AYONZ PTY LTD
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