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Webasto FCF Reference guide
MARINE AIR CONDITIONER
Quick Reference Operation Guide
Rev: 08/2018
Quick Reference Guide – FCF 5,000, 9,000, 12,000, 16,000
Table of Contents
HOW IT WORKS ........................................................................................................................................................4
OPERATION ...............................................................................................................................................................4
WALL MOUNT CONTROL OPERATION ................................................................................................................4
Power ON/OFF ...................................................................................................................................................6
FAN Control .........................................................................................................................................................6
Temperature Setting ............................................................................................................................................6
MODE Setting .....................................................................................................................................................6
Display Fahrenheit or Centigrade .......................................................................................................................6
Error Codes .........................................................................................................................................................6
Key lock ...............................................................................................................................................................6
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION ........................................................................................................................7
MODE DESCRIPTIONS .............................................................................................................................................8
COOL Mode Description .....................................................................................................................................8
HEAT Mode Description ......................................................................................................................................8
DEHUMIDIFY Mode Description .........................................................................................................................8
FAN Mode Operation Procedure .........................................................................................................................8
LIMITED WARRANTY................................................................................................................................................8
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE .......................................................................................................................................8
Quick Reference Guide – FCF 5,000, 9,000, 12,000, 16,000
How It Works
Your self-contained air conditioner consists of four main components and a refrigerant gas circulating through the
system. The BLOWER draws warm cabin air across the fins on the EVAPORATOR where the heat from the air is
transferred to the refrigerant in the evaporator coil. As the refrigerant evaporates from a liquid into a gas, it absorbs
the heat from the cabin air. The COMPRESSOR then compresses the refrigerant gas and pumps it through the
outer tube in the CONDENSER COIL. The seawater pump circulates cool seawater through the inner tube in the
condenser coil; this cools the refrigerant and condenses it into a liquid. The heat from the refrigerant is exchanged
to the seawater and discharged overboard. The liquid refrigerant is then passed through the EVAPORATOR COIL
and the cycle repeats; removing heat from the cabin air lowering its temperature. The cooled air is blown through
the ducting and out the supply air grille(s). For reverse cycle heating, the refrigerant flows in the opposite direction
through the reversing valve. Heat is transferred from the seawater in the condenser coil to the refrigerant and then
to the air blowing through the evaporator into the cabin. Seawater temperature will directly affect the a/c unit's
efficiency. This a/c unit can effectively cool your boat in water temperatures up to 90°F and heat in water
temperatures as low as 40°F.
OPERATION
DO NOT turn the unit off and immediately back on. Wait at least 30 seconds for
refrigerant pressures to stabilize.
WALL MOUNT CONTROL OPERATION
• Don't install the wired display in a location where it can get wet.
• Don’t knock, throw or open the display frequently.
1.
Display Receiver
2.
Display of the Setting and Ambient Temperature
3.
Fan Speed Display
4.
Display of Mode Operation
5.
On/Off Button
6.
Temp. Setting Button / Decreasing
7.
Temp. Setting Button / Increasing
8.
Fan Speed Button
9.
Mode Button
The display control has a memory function. When the power supply is off, the wired display control will keep the
last modes and setting, including MODE, TEMP, and FAN speed. When the system is turned back on, the previous
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settings will still remain default.
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Power ON/OFF
•
Press ON/OFF button to turn the unit on. Press it again to turn the unit off.
FAN Control
•
Press the FAN button, the fan speed will change in the following order:
→ HIGH →MID → LOW → AUTO →
•
Press the ▲ or ▼ temperature setting keys to increase or decrease in 1o increments
Temperature Setting
•
MODE Setting
In “DEHUMIDIFY” mode, the fan will work at low speed automatically
•
The setting range of temperature in each mode:
COOL
61°F 86°F or 16°C 30°C
DEHUMIDIFY
61°F 86°F or 16°C 30°C
HEAT
61°F 86°F or 16°C 30°C
FAN
In this mode, temperature cannot be changed.
AUTO
In this mode, temperature cannot be changed.
Press this key to change the operation mode in order of
→ COOL → DEHUMIDIFY → FAN → HEAT → AUTO →
•
In “COOL” mode, the LED marked
will be illuminated if the set temperature is lower
than room temperature. If set temperature is higher than room temperature, only the
fan will run.
•
will be illuminated and fan will work at low
In “Dehumidify” mode, the LED marked
speed within a certain temperature range. Dehumidifying is more efficient than in
cooling mode and it will save energy.
•
In “FAN” mode, the room temperature will be displayed and the temperature cannot be
set.
•
In “HEAT” mode, the LED marked
will be illuminated when the set temperature is
higher than the room temperature. When the setting temperature is lower than the
room temperature, the will not run.
•
In “AUTO” mode, the LED marked Auto will be illuminated and the room temperature
will be displayed. The temperature cannot be set as the system will run automatically
in the appropriate mode according to the contrast between room temperature and set
temperature.
•
Display Fahrenheit or
COOL ONLY UNITS HAVE NO HEAT MODE.
Pressing the ▲ and ▼ key simultaneously, will switch between Fahrenheit Centigrade
Centigrade
modes.
Error Codes
•
Refer to the provided installation manual.
Key lock
•
Press ▲and FAN key simultaneously, all keys are locked. Press ▲and FAN key
simultaneously again, to unlock the keys.
•
When keys are locked, the controller is locked out of system operation. “EE” will be
displayed.
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Be sure that there are no obstructions between the remote and controller.
●
The remote control has a signal range up to 33’ (10m).
●
Do no expose the remote control to water, direct sunlight or high temperatures.
This remote control is designed for multiple applications. Some functions / buttons and display options
may not apply to this AC unit.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS
COOL Mode Description
●
According to the difference between room temperature and set temperature, the microcomputer will decide
if cooling mode is on or off.
●
If room temperature is higher than set temperature, unit runs in cooling mode.
●
If room temperature is lower than set temperature, the compressor stops and only the fan will run.
●
Set temperature should be in range of 61°F to 86°F or 16°C to 30°C
HEAT Mode Description
●
If room temperature is lower than set temperature, the compressor runs in HEAT mode
●
If room temperature is higher than set temperature, the compressor will shut off and the fan will run.
●
Set temperature should be in range of 61°F to 86°F or 16°C to 30°C.
●
COOL ONLY UNITS HAVE NO HEAT MODE.
DEHUMIDIFY Mode Description
●
In DEHUMIDIFY mode, if the indoor temperature is higher than temperature setting, the unit will
operate in cooling mode and the fan will run on low speed
●
Set temperature should be in range of 61°F 86°F or 16°C to 30°C
FAN Mode Operation Procedure
●
Temperature can not be set in this operation mode.
LIMITED WARRANTY
This product comes with a 24 month limited warranty from the date of purchase. To obtain warranty service,
contact a customer service representative at: (800) 860-7866 or e-mail at: info@webasto-us.com.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
If you require help, check our technical assistance website at http://www.techwebasto.com or call the technical
support hotline at (800) 860-7866.
For quick service, please have the following information available:
●
Full Name
●
Phone number including the area code
●
Unit Model Information
●
The type of assistance you are requesting
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Webasto Product N.A., Inc.
Technical Assistance Hotline
Phone:
(800) 860-7866
Outside U.S. (810) 593-6000
www.webasto.us
www.techwebasto.com
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