Sinclair ASD-18AIN, ASD-12AIN, ASD-36AIN, ASD-24AIN, ASD-42AIN User manual

Sinclair ASD-18AIN, ASD-12AIN, ASD-36AIN, ASD-24AIN, ASD-42AIN User manual
USER'S MANUAL
NEW UNI DC INVERTER
INDOOR DUCT UNITS
ASD-xxAIN
Original instructions
TRACE SERIES
Safety Precautions
WARNING!
This mark indicates procedures which, if improperly performed, might lead to the
death or serious injury of the user.
CAUTION!
This mark indicates procedures which, if improperly performed, might possibly
result in personal harm to the user, or damage to property.
WARNING!
(1). For operating the air conditioner pleasantly, install it as outlined in this installation manual.
(2). Connect the indoor unit and outdoor unit with the room air conditioner piping and cord available
from our standard parts. This installation manual describes the correct connections using the
installation set available from our standard parts.
(3). Installation work must be performed in accordance with national wiring standards by authorized
personnel only.
(4). If refrigerant leaks while work is being carried out, ventilate the area. If the refrigerant comes in
contact with a flame, it produces toxic gas.
(5). Do not power on until all installation work is complete.
(6). During installation, make sure that the refrigerant pipe is attached firmly before you run the
compressor.
Do not operate the compressor under the condition of refrigerant piping not attached properly with
2-way or 3-way valve open.
This may cause abnormal pressure in the refrigeration cycle that leads to breakage and even
injury.
(7). During the pump-down operation, make sure that the compressor is turned off before you remove
the refrigerant piping.
Do not remove the connection pipe while the compressor is in operation with 2-way or 3-way
valve open.
This may cause abnormal pressure in the refrigerant cycle that leads to breakage and even injury.
(8). When installing and relocating the air conditioner, do not mix gases other than the specified
refrigerant (R410A) to enter the refrigerant cycle.
If air or other gas enters the refrigerant cycle, the pressure inside the cycle will rise to an
abnormally high value and cause breakage, injury, etc.
(9).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.
(10).Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
(11).If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Outline of the Unit and Main Parts
Indoor
Air outlet
Air inlet
1
2
5
3
1. power Cord
4
2. Electric Box
3. Wired controller
Outdoor
4. Wireless Controller
Air inlet
5. Binding tape
6. Drain Pipe
7. Gas Pipe
8. Lipuid Pipe
9. Big Handle
10. Front Board
Air outlet
10
9
8 7
6
Fig.1
NOTE!
① .The connection pipe and duct for this unit should be prepared by the user.
② .The unit is standard equipped with rectangular duct.
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
Operation and Display View
HOUR
ONOFF
Note: This remote controller is universal and can be used for multi‐functional air conditioning. If the button on the remote controller with the function which the air conditioner doesn’t have is pressed, the unit remains in its original operating mode.
Table Operation instruction of wireless remote controller
No.
Name
Signal
transmitter
ON/OFF
button
MODE
button
Function Description
Signal transmitter
z
Press this button and the unit will be turned on; press it once more, and the unit will be turned off. When turning
z
off the unit, the Sleep function will be canceled, but the presetting time is still remained.
By pressing this button, Auto, Cool, Dry, Fan, Heat mode can be selected circularly. Auto mode is default after
z
power on. Under the Auto mode, the setting temperature will not be displayed; Under the Heat mode, the initial
value is 28°C (82°F);Under other modes, the initial value is 25°C(77°F).
AUTO;
COOL;
DRY;
FAN;
HEAT (only for cooling and heating unit)
- button
Preset temperature can be decreased by pressing this button. Pressing and holding this button for more than 2
z
seconds can make the temperature changed quickly until release this button and then transmit this order. The
temperature adjustment is unavailable under the Auto mode, but the order can be sent by pressing this button.
Centigrade setting range: 16-30; Fahrenheit scale setting range 61-86.
+ button
Preset temperature can be increased by pressing this button. Pressing and holding this button for more than 2
z
seconds can make the temperature changed quickly until release the button and then transmit this order. The
temperature adjustment is unavailable under the Auto mode, but the order can be sent by pressing this button.
Centigrade setting range: 16-30; Fahrenheit scale setting range 61-86.
By pressing this button, Auto, Low, Middle, High speed can be circularly selected. After power on, Auto fan
z
speed is default.
AUTO
FAN
button
Ɣ
Low speed
Middle speed
High speed
Note: Under the DRY mode, the fan will be kept running at the low speed and the fan speed isn't adjustable.
Press this button to set up the swing angle, which circularly changes as below:
z
SWING
UP/DOWN
button
When the guide louver starts to swing up and down, if SWING functions is canceled, the air guide louver will
z
stop and remains at the current position.
z indicates the guide louver swings up and down among those five directions.(Simplified SWING function
applicable for some Fan Coil Units: When the wireless remote controller is energized initially with the unit under
the OFF status, it should be set by pressing the + button and the SWING button simultaneously, with the symbol
blinking twice. Then, after the unit is turned on, this function can be activated by pressing the SWING button,
indicating swing function is on and without this displayed symbol indicating swing
with the displayed symbol
function is off.)
CLOCK
button
blinking, and then press the +/- button to adjust
By pressing this button, the clock is allowed to be set, with
z
the clock within 5 seconds. If the +/-button is pressed down constantly for more than 2 seconds, the clock
setting will be increased or decreased 10 minutes every 0.5 seconds. After that, another press on the CLOCK
button accepts the setting. 12:00 is the default, when the wireless remote controller is energized.
will disappear. Within 5 seconds it is allowed
When TIMER ON is activated, ON will blink while the symbol
z
to set the ON time by pressing the +/- button. Each press will make the time increase or decrease one minute.
TIMER ON
button
Besides, the time can also be set by pressing the +/- button constantly. that is, in the early 2.5 seconds, the
time will increase/decrease quickly per single minute, and in the late 2.5, the time will increase/decrease per ten
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After that, another press on TIMER ON will cancel the setting. Prior to this setting, the clock shall be set to the
actual time.
Pressing this button can activate or deactivate the X-FAN function. In Cool or Dry mode, by pressing this button,
z
X-FAN
button
if " " is displayed, it indicates the X-FAN function is activated. By repressing this button, if " " disappears, it
indicates the X-FAN function is deactivated. After energization, X-FAN OFF is defaulted. If the unit is turned off,
X-FAN can be deactivated but can't be activated.
By pressing this button it is allowed to select displaying the indoor setting temperature or the indoor ambient
z
temperature.
Indoor setting temperature is default after the indoor unit is energized initially.
z
TEMP
button
By pressing the TEMP button, when the temperature symbol
z
the indoor setting temperature; when
is displayed, the indoor displayer will show
is displayed, it will show the indoor ambient temperature; when
is invalidation, If current displays indoor ambient temperature, if received the other remote control signal, it will
display presetting temperature, 5s later, will back to display the ambient temperature. (This function is applicable
to partial of models)
TIMER
OFF
button
TURBO
button
SLEEP
button
LIGHT
button
By pressing this button it is available to go to the TIMER OFF setting state with the same setting method as that
z
of the TIMER ON, in which case the OFF symbol blinks.
In the Cool or Heat mode, pressing this button can activate or deactivate the TURBO function. When the
z
TURBO function is activated, its symbol
will be displayed; when the running mode or the fan speed is
changed, this function will be canceled automatically.(This function is applicable to partial of models).
By pressing this button, Sleep On and Sleep Off can be selected. After powered on, Sleep Off is defaulted.
z
Once the unit is turned off, the Sleep function is canceled. When Sleep is set to On, the symbol of SLEEP
will display. Under the Fan and Auto modes, this function is not available.
Press this button to select LIGHT on or off in the displayer. When the LIGHT is set to on, the icon
z
will be
displayed and the indicating light in the displayer will be on. When the LIGHT is set to off, the icon
disappeared and the indicating light in the displayer will be off.
will be
WIRED CONTROLLER
Display View
Figure 2-3-1 Appearance of wired controller
Figure 2-3-2 LCD display of wired controller
Table Instruction to LCD Display
No.
Icons
Introduction
1
Left and right swing function
2
Up and down swing function
3
Air exchange function
4
Sleep function
5
Auto mode
6
COOL mode
7
DRY mode
8
FAN mode
9
HEAT mode
10
Health function
11
I-Demand function
12
Vacation function
13
Status display of master and slave wired controller
14
Shield function
The button operation, temperature setting, "On/Off" operation, "Mode" setting, and "Save" setting are
disabled.
15
Fan speed
16
Memory function
The unit will resume the original setting state after power recovery.
17
Turbo function
18
Energy-saving function
19
Ambient/setting temperature
20
Electric heater
21
Blow function
22
Defrosting function
23
Filter cleaning
24
Timer Setting
25
Keycard control / Detected status sensed by human body
26
Quiet function
27
Lock function
Operation View
Silk Screen of Buttons
Instruction to Function of Buttons
Table Instruction to buttons of wired controller
No.
Description
Functions
1
Enter/Cancel
ķ Function selection and canceling;
ĸ Press it for 5s to view the ambient temperature; press Mode button to select viewing
outdoor ambient temperature or indoor ambient temperature.
2
Ÿ
6
ź
3
Fan
4
Mode
5
Function
7
Timer
Timer setting.
8
On/Off
Turn on/off indoor unit.
ķ Running temperature setting range of indoor unit: 16-30°C;
ĸ Timer setting range: 0.5-24hr;
Ĺ Setting of air function level;
ĺ Setting of energy-saving temperature;
Ļ Setting of cleaning class.
Setting of high/medium high/medium/medium low/low/auto fan speed.
Setting of auto/cooling/heating/fan/dry mode of indoor unit.
Switch over among these functions of swing/air/sleep/health/ I-Demand/out/turbo/save/
e-heater/X-fan/clean/quiet.
4 Mode
and
Ÿ
Memory function
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cancel memory function (If memory function is set, indoor unit will resume original setting
state after power failure and then power recovery. If not, indoor unit is defaulted to be off
after power recovery. Ex-factory setting of memory function is on).
Ÿ
and
ź
Lock
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buttons at the same time for 5s to enter lock state. In this case, any other buttons won’t
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4 Mode
and
5 Function
Enquiry and setting
of address of wired
controller
Under off state of the unit, press Mode and Function buttons at the same time for 5s to
set the address. (More details please refer to project debugging)
5 Function
and
7 Timer
Setting of project
parameters (More
details please refer to
the Notes)
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Switch between
Fahrenheit and
Centigrade
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between Fahrenheit and Centigrade.
5 Function
and
ź
Viewing historical
malfunction
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displays the sequence of malfunction and the detailed error code. The 5th displayed
malfunction is the last malfunction.
1 Enter/Cancel
and
4 Mode
Setting of master and
slave wired controller
Under off state of the unit, press Enter/Cancel and Mode buttons at the same time for
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please refer to project debugging)
Notes: The following functions can be set through Function and Timer buttons: setting of ambient temperature
sensor, selecting three speeds in high speed and three speeds in low speed of indoor fan motor, display setting
of freeze protection error code, setting of cold air prevention and hot air hot prevention function, setting of
refrigerant-lacking protection function, selecting of blowing residual heat of indoor unit, selecting of compressor
electric heater mode, selecting of low-power consumption mode, selecting door control function, selecting
human sensitive function, long-distance monitoring, temperature compensation value at the air return port.
Setting of Wired Controller’s Address
Enquiry and Setting of Wired Controller’s Address
Under off state of the unit, press Function and Mode buttons at the same time for 5s to enter setting
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Debugging Function 4.9.10. When the selection in 4.9.10 is 00, address of centralized controller is to be set and
the address setting range is 01~16; when the selection in 4.9.10 is 01, address of long-distance monitor is to be
set and the address setting range is 01~255.
Enquiry and setting of wired controller’s address is shown as below:
Figure Enquiry and setting of wired controller’s address
Setting of Master/Slave Wired Controller’s Address
Under off status of the unit, press Enter/Cancel and Mode buttons at the same time for 5s to go to the
enquiry and setting interface of master/slave wired controller. In this case, LCD displays wired controller’s
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will be displayed.
is set, the icon
Note: If there is only one wired controller, it only can be set as the master; If there are two wired controllers, one
should be the master and the other should be the slave.
Setting of master/slave wired controller’s address is shown as Figure below:
Figure Enquiry and setting of master/slave wired controller’s address
OPERATION INSTRUCTION OF SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Setting of Filter Clean Reminder Function
icon will blink
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function. The
Enter/Cancel button to cancel this function.
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When setting the filter clean reminder function, timer zone will display 2 digits, of which the former
indicates the pollution degree of operating place and the latter indicates the accumulated operating time of
indoor unit. There are 4 types of situations:
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(2). Slight pollution: the former digit in timer zone shows 1 while the latter one shows 0, which indicates the
accumulated operating time is 5500hr. Each time the latter digit increases 1, the accumulated operating time
increases 500hr. When it reaches 9, it means the accumulated operating time is 10000hr;
(3). Medium pollution: the former digit in timer zone shows 2 while the latter one shows 0, which indicates the
accumulated operating time is 1400hr. Each time the latter digit increases 1, the accumulated operating time
increases 400hr. When it reaches 9, it means the accumulated operating time is 5000hr;
(4). Heavy pollution: the former digit in timer zone shows 3 while the latter one shows 0, which indicates the
accumulated operating time is 100hr. Each time the latter digit increases 1, the accumulated operating time
increases 100hr. When it reaches 9, it means the accumulated operating time is 1000hr;
The detailed pollution level and the corresponding time is as shown in Table below:
Table Pollution level and corresponding time
10
Accumulated
operating time (hour)
5500
20
Accumulated
operating time (hour)
1400
30
Accumulated
operating time (hour)
100
11
6000
21
1800
31
200
12
6500
22
2200
32
300
13
7000
23
2600
33
400
14
7500
24
3000
34
500
15
8000
25
3400
35
600
16
8500
26
3800
36
700
17
9000
27
4200
37
800
18
9500
28
4600
38
900
19
10000
29
5000
39
1000
Pollution level
Pollution level
Pollution level
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icon will be on.
(1). If cleaning time is not reached, no mater the setting is changed or not, the accumulated operating time
won’t be recalculated when pressing Enter/Cancel button;
will blink every 0.5s for reminder. Press Function
(2). If cleaning time is reached, in unit on or off state,
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button to switch to
the accumulated operating time won’t be cleared (If the adjusted level is higher than the present accumulated
operating time, the icon won’t blink any more; if the adjusted level is lower than the present accumulated
operating time, the icon will go on blinking).
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reminder function. The
case, the accumulated operating time will be cleared.
Low Temperature Drying Function
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set temperature will be 12°C. In this case, the unit will enter low temperature drying function.
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drying function.
Lock Function
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When Lock function is turned on, any other buttons won’t respond when pressing. The function can be
memorized after power failure and then power recovery.
Memory Function
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function. If memory function is set,
is displayed. If not, indoor unit is defaulted to be off after power
recovery.
If memory function is set, indoor unit will resume original setting state after power failure and then power
recovery.
Note: If cut off power with 5s after memorized content is changed, the memorized content may be abnormal.
Do not cut off power within 5s after memorized content is changed.
Door Control Function/Human Sensitive Function
Door control function or human sensitive function can be selected (More details please refer to Debugging
Function). These two functions can’t be turned on at the same time.
When door control function is selected, the wired controller will work when the room card is inserted and
stop working when the room card is not inserted; when human sensitive function is selected, the wired controller
will work when it senses there is somebody in the room and stop working when it senses there is nobody in the
room. When the door control function senses the room card is not inserted or human sensitive function senses
icon.
there is nobody in the room, the wired controller will display
Note:
ķ In long-distance monitoring or centralized control, no matter the room card is inserted or not, the ON/OFF
of unit can be controlled. If long-distance monitoring or centralized control information is received when the
icon is cleared. When the card is reinserted, door control function is judged to
room card is not inserted,
be turned on. If long-distance monitoring or centralized control information is received when the room card
is inserted, it will keep the original status.
ĸ The unit can not be controlled by buttons when the card is not inserted.
Ĺ When door control function and human sensitive function have been set at the same time, it is defaulted
that door control function is valid and human sensitive function is invalid.
Switch between Fahrenheit and Centigrade
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Enquiry of Ambient Temperature
Under off or on state of the unit, press it for 5s to view the ambient temperature. In this case, timer zone
displays ambient temperature type 01 or 02. Ambient temperature zone displays the corresponding temperature
of that type. 01 stands for outdoor ambient temperature and 02 stands for the indoor ambient temperature after
compensation. Press Mode button to switch between 01 and 02. Pressing other buttons except Mode button
or receiving remote control signal will exit enquiry state. If there is no operation within 20s will also exit enquiry
state.
Note:
ķ If the unit is not connected to outdoor ambient temperature sensor, display of outdoor ambient temperature
will be shielding after energizing for 12hr.
ĸ If there is malfunction of outdoor ambient temperature sensor, display of outdoor ambient temperature will
be shielding after energizing for 12hr.
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Debugging Function
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Setting ambient temperature sensor (dual ambient temperature sensors function)
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(1). The ambient temperature at air return is set as indoor ambient temperature (timer zone displays 01).
(2). The temperature at wired controller is set as indoor ambient temperature (timer zone displays 02).
(3). Select the temperature sensor at air return in cooling, dry and fan mode; select the temperature sensor
at wired controller in heating and auto mode(timer zone displays 03).
Selecting three speeds in high speed and three speeds in low speed of indoor fan motor
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(1). Three speeds in low speed (LCD displays 01)
(2). Three speeds in high speed (LCD displays 02)
Three speeds in low speed include high, medium and low speeds; three speeds in high speed include
super high, high and medium speed.
Note: For this series, this function is invalid.
Displaying setting of freeze protection error code
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(1). Displayed (LCD displays 01)
(2). Not displayed (LCD displays 02)
It is defaulted to be not displayed for export unit and be displayed for domestic unit.
Setting refrigerant lacking protection function
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(1). With refrigerant lacking protection function (LCD displays 01)
(2). Without refrigerant lacking protection function (LCD displays 02)
Selecting blowing residual heating of indoor unit
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(1). Mode 1 (LCD displays 00)
(2). Mode 2 (LCD displays 01)
Note: Blowing residual heating of indoor unit
Mode 1: Unit stops when reaching temperature point and indoor fan motor does not stop in cooling mode;
after unit stops when reaching temperature point in heating mode, duct type unit and floor ceiling unit blow
residual heat for 60s and then stop indoor unit, while cassette type unit always operates in low fan speed and
blows residual heat for 60s when there is malfunction.
Mode 2: After unit stops when reaching temperature point, the indoor fan motor stops operation with a 10s
delay no matter in cooling mode or in heating mode.
Mode selecting of compressor electric heating belt
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(1). Mode 1 (LCD displays 00)
(2). Mode 2 (LCD displays 01)
Note:
ķ Mode 1: Compressor electric heating belt starts when outdoor ambient temperature is below 35°C and
stops when outdoor ambient temperature is above 37°C. When outdoor ambient temperature is within
35°C~ 37°C, the belt will keep its previous operation state.
ĸ Mode 1: Compressor electric heating belt starts when outdoor ambient temperature is below -2°C and stops
when outdoor ambient temperature is above 0°C. When outdoor ambient temperature is within -2°C~0°C,
the belt will keep its previous operation state.
Selecting low-power consumption mode
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(1). With low-power consumption mode (LCD displays 00)
(2). Without low-power consumption mode (LCD displays 01)
Selecting door control function
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(1). Without door control function (LCD displays 00)
(2). With door control function (LCD displays 01)
Selecting human sensitive function
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(1). Without human sensitive function (LCD displays 00)
(2). With human sensitive function (LCD displays 00)
Selecting long-distance monitoring or centralized controller
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(1). Centralized controller (LCD displays 00)
(2). Long-distance monitoring (LCD displays 01)
Selecting fan mode of indoor fan motor
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(1). P3 (LCD displays 03)
(2). P4 (LCD displays 04)
(3). P5 (LCD displays 05)
(4). P6 (LCD displays 06)
(5). P7 (LCD displays 07)
Note: You can select P03, P04, P05, P06, P07 in fan mode of indoor fan motor, which means different fan
mode combinations are corresponding to different static pressure. Ex-factory defaulted mode is P05. You can
set the mode through wired controller. S01, S02, S03……S12, S13 means the rotation speed of indoor unit is
from low to high.
Table Combination relationship of P03, P04, P05, P06, P07
Static
pressure
selection
P03
Super high
speed
High speed
Medium
high speed
Medium
speed
Medium
low speed
Low speed
Quiet
R1 speed
Quiet
R2 speed
Quiet
R13 speed
S09
S08
S07
S06
S05
S04
S03
S02
S01
P04
S10
S09
S08
S07
S06
S05
S04
S03
S02
P05
S11
S10
S09
S08
S07
S06
S05
S04
S03
P06
S12
S11
S10
S09
S08
S07
S06
S05
S04
P07
S13
S12
S11
S10
S09
S08
S07
S06
S05
Selecting compensation of temperature sensor at air return
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(1). Compensate 0°C (LCD displays 00)
(2). Compensate 1°C (LCD displays 01)
(3). Compensate 2°C (LCD displays 02)
(4). Compensate 3°C (LCD displays 03)
(5). Compensate 4°C (LCD displays 04)
(6). Compensate 5°C (LCD displays 05)
(7). Compensate 6°C (LCD displays 06)
(8). Compensate 7°C (LCD displays 07)
(9). Compensate 8°C (LCD displays 08)
(10). Compensate 9°C (LCD displays 09)
(11). Compensate 10°C (LCD displays 10)
(12). Compensate 11°C (LCD displays 11)
(13). Compensate 12°C (LCD displays 12)
(14). Compensate 13°C (LCD displays 13)
(15). Compensate 14°C (LCD displays 14)
(16). Compensate 15°C (LCD displays 15)
Note: Indoor ambient temperature compensation can be set through wired controller (E.g. If 02 is selected, it
indicates the compensation temperature is 2°C. If the indoor ambient temperature detected by the temperature
sensor at air return is 29°C, the ambient temperature after compensation is 29°C-2°C=27°C).
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system will exit this menu if there is no operation on the button within 20s. Normal off state interface will be
displayed and present setting will not be saved.
INSTALLATION OF WIRED CONTROLLER
Standard Accessories
Table Standard Accessories of Wired Controller
Description
Quantity
Note
Socket base box installed in the wall
1
No.1 in Figure 2-5-1
Base plate of wired controller
1
No.2 in Figure 2-5-1
Screw M4×25
2
No.3 in Figure 2-5-1
Panel of wired controller
1
No.4 in Figure 2-5-1
Figure 2-5-1
Installation Position and Requirement
(1). Prohibit installing the wired controller at the misty place or the place with direct sunlight.
(2). Prohibit installing the wired controller at the place near high temperature objects or water-splashing
places.
(3). Prohibit installing the wired controller at the place where faces forward to the window, to avoid
interference of another remote controller from neighborhood.
(4). Cut off the power of heavy current wire in the installation hole of the wall. All power should be cut off
during installation.
(5). In order to avoid abnormal operation due to electromagnetic interference, etc., pay attention to the
following notes during connecting wires:
1). Make sure the tie-in interface of communication wire is correct, otherwise it may lead to communication
malfunction.
2). The signal wires and communication wires of wired controller should be separated from power cord
and connection wire between indoor unit and outdoor unit.
3). If the air conditioner is installed at the strong electromagnetic interference place, signal wire and
communication wire of wired controller must use shielding twisted wire.
Installation of Wired Controller
Firstly, the selection and connection way of wired controller’s signal wire are as below:
(1). Choose suitable signal wire: 2-core signal wire (wire diameter >=0.75mm, wire length<30m and the
recommended length is 8m).
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wired controller of indoor unit with screws; make sure the signal wire is solid.
Then, the detailed installation procedures of wired controller are as shown in Figure 2-5-2:
Figure 2-5-2 Installation of wired controller
Brief instructions of installation procedure:
1). Pull out the 2-core signal wire in the installation hole of the wall and then let this wire go through the
hole at the back of wired controller’s base plate.
2). Fix the base plate and installation hole of the wall together with screw M4×25.
3). Fix the above mentioned 2-core signal wire on the copper insert X1 and X2 with the equipped screws
of wired controller.
4). Fasten the wired controller’s panel with its base plate together.
Removal of Wired Controller
Figure 2-5-3 Removal of wired controller
TROUBLESHOOTING
Display of Error Code
Table 2-6-1 Error Code List
Error Code
Error
E1
Compressor high pressure protection
E2
Freeze protection
E3
Compressor low pressure protection, refrigerant lacking protection, refrigerant recycling mode
E4
Compressor high discharge temperature protection
E6
Communication malfunction
E8
Malfunction of indoor fan motor
E9
Full water protection
F0
Malfunction of indoor ambient temperature sensor
F1
Malfunction of evaporator temperature sensor
F2
Malfunction of condenser temperature sensor
F3
Malfunction of outdoor ambient temperature sensor
F4
Malfunction of discharge temperature sensor
F5
Malfunction wired controller temperature sensor
C5
Wong dial switch of capacity
EE
Malfunction of outdoor main control memory chip
PF
Malfunction of electric box sensor
H3
Compressor overload protection
H4
Overload protection
H5
IPM protection
H6
Malfunction of DC fan motor
H7
Drive desynchronizing protection
Hc
pfc protection
L1
Malfunction of humidity sensor
Lc
Start-up failure
Ld
Compressor phase protection
LF
Power protection
Lp
Models of indoor unit and outdoor unit do not match with each other
U7
Direction changing malfunction of 4-way valve
P0
Drive reset protection
P5
Overcurrent protection
P6
Communication malfunction between main control and drive
P7
Malfunction of drive module sensor
P8
High temperature protection of drive module
P9
Zero-cross protection
PA
AC current protection
PC
Malfunction of drive current
Pd
Sensor connection protection
PE
Temperature excursion protection
PL
Low voltage protection of bus bar
PH
High voltage protection of bus bar
PU
Charging circuit malfunction
PP
Abnormity of input voltage
ee
Malfunction of outdoor drive memory chip
When there is a malfunction during operation, error will be displayed on the temperature displaying zone
of LCD. When several malfunctions occur at the same time, these error code will be displayed circularly.
When there is a malfunction, please turn off the unit and ask the professional for maintenance.
For example, E1 means high pressure protection during operation.
Figure 2-6-1
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Troubleshooting
If your air-conditioning unit suffers from abnormal operation or failure, please first check the
following points before repair:
Failure
Possible Reasons
① .The power supply is not connected.
② .Electrical leakage of air-conditioning unit causes tripping of the leakage
The unit cannot be started.
switch.
③ .The operating keys are locked.
④ .The control loop has failure.
① .There is obstacle in front of the condenser.
The unit operates for a
while and then stops.
② .The control loop is abnormal.
③ .Cooling operation is selected when the outdoor ambient temperature is
above 48°C.
① .The air filter is dirty or blocked.
② .There is heat source or too many people inside the room.
③ .The door or window is open.
Poor cooling effect.
④ .There is obstacle at the air intake or outlet.
⑤ .The set temperature is too high.
⑥ .There is refrigerant leakage.
⑦ .The performance of room temperature sensor becomes worse
① .The air filter is dirty or blocked.
② .The door or window is not firmly closed.
Poor heating effect
③ .The set room temperature is too low .
④ .There is refrigerant leakage.
⑤ .The outdoor ambient temperature is lower than -5°C.
⑥ .Control loop is abnormal.
After carrying out the check of the above items and taking relevant measures to solve the
problems found but the air-conditioning unit still does not function well, please stop the operation
of the unit immediately and contact the local service agency designated by Sinclair. Only ask
professional serviceman to check and repair the unit.
Routine Maintenance
Only a qualified service person is allowed to perform maintenance.
Before accessing to terminal devices, all power supply circuits must be disconnected.
Do not use water or air of 50°C or higher for cleaning air filters and outside panels.
Note:
① .Do not operate the air conditioner with the filter uninstalled, otherwise dust would come into
the unit.
② .Do not remove the air filter except for cleaning. Unnecessary handling may damage the filter.
③ .Do not clean the unit with gasolene, benzene, thinner, polishing powder or liquid insecticide,
Installation of Controllers
Refer to the Installation Manual of the controller for more details.
Test Running
l Operation and Testing
(1).  The meaning of error codes as shown below:
Table 11
Number
1
2
Error code
E1
E2
3
E3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
E4
E6
E8
E9
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
C5
EE
PF
H3
H4
H5
H6
H7
Hc
Lc
Ld
LE
LF
Lp
U7
P0
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
PA
Error
Compressor high pressure protection
Indoor anti-freeze protection
Compressor low pressure protection, refrigerant lack
protection and refrigerant colleting mode
Compressor high discharge temperature protection
Communication error
Indoor fan motor error
Full water protection
Indoor ambient temperature sensor error
Evaporator temperature sensor error
Condenser temperature sensor error
Outdoor ambient temperature sensor error
Discharge temperature sensor error
Temperature sensor error of wired controller
Capacity code error
Outdoor memory chip error
Electric box sensor error
Compressor overload protection
Overloading
IPM protection
DC fan motor error
Drive desynchronizing protection
Pfc protection
Activation failure
Compressor phase sequence protection
Compressor stalling protection
Power protection
Indoor and outdoor mismatch
4-way valve direction changing protection
Drive reset protection
Over-current protection
Communication error between main control and drive
Drive module sensor error
Drive module over temperature protection
Zero passage protection
AC current protection
Remarks
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Pc
Pd
PE
PL
PH
PU
PP
ee
Drive current error
Sensor connecting protection
Temperature drift protection
Bus low voltage protection
Bus high voltage protection
Charge loop error
Input voltage abnormality
Drive memory chip error
Note: When the unit is connected with the wired controller, the error code will be simultaneously
shown on it.
(2). Instructions to the Error Indicating Lamps on the Panel of the Duct Type Unit.
Power/Running
Indicating lamp
Cooling indicating lamp
“88” display
Heating indicating lamp
Receiver
Dehumidification
indicating lamp
“Cool” button
“Htat” button
Fig.47
6.2.Working Temperature Range
Table 12
Test Condition
Indoor Side
Outdoor Side
DB(°C)
WB(°C)
DB(°C)
WB(°C)
Nominal Cooling
27
19
35
24
Nominal Heating
20
ï
7
6
Rated Cooling
32
23
48
ï
Low Temp. Cooling
21
15
-15
ï
Rated Heating
27
ï
24
18
Low Temp. Heating
20
ï
-10
-11
Note:
ķ The design of this unit conforms to the requirements of EN14511 standard.
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Take-back of electrical waste
Information for Users to Disposal of electrical and electronic equipment
(private households)
Icon on the product or in the accompanying documentation means that used electric or electronic products
must not be disposed together with domestic waste. For the correct disposal of the product hand it over to a
place for take-back, where it is collected free of charge. By correct disposal of the product you can help to
preserve valuable natural resources and help in preventing potential negative impacts to environment and
human health, which could be consequence of incorrect disposal of waste. Ask for more details from local
authorities, nearest collection point, in Waste Acts of respective country, in the Czech Republic in Act no.
185/2001 Coll., in the wording of later regulations. In case of incorrect disposal of this waste, a fine can be
imposed according to national regulations.
Manufacturer:
Sinclair Corporation Ltd., 1-4 Argyll Street,
London W1F 7LD, UK
Supplier and technical support:
Nepa, spol.s.r.o.
Purky ova 45
612 00 Brno
Czech Republic
www.nepa.cz
Toll-free info line:
+420 800 100 285
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