Samsung SAMMWRSH10N Touch Wired Remote for NS0714DXEA Air Conditioner Installation Manual

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Wired remote controller
MWR-SH10N
Air Conditioner
installation manual
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EN ES FR IT PT DE EL RU AR DB68-05567A-00
Contents
Preparation
Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Before installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Installation
Wired remote controller installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Others
Wired remote controller installation/service mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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Safety precautions
This installation manual explains how to install a wired remote controller connected to the indoor unit of your Samsung
system air conditioner. Please read this manual thoroughly before installing the product.
(Please refer to appropriate installation for any optional product installation.)
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor personal injury or property
damage.
WARNING
Contact a service center for installation.
fPotential risk of malfunction, water leak, electric shock and fire.
Install the product with proper power supply.
fPotential risk of fire or product damage.
Consult the place of purchase or a contact center to disassemble or repair the product.
fPotential risk of malfunction, electric shock, or fire.
The electric work must be done by qualified person according to national wiring regulations and installation guide.
fIf an unauthorized person performs the installation, any resulting defects can cause malfunctions, electrical shocks, or fire
accidents.
Install the product on a hard and even place that can support its weight.
fIf the place cannot support its weight, the product may fall down and it may cause product damage.
Do not move or reinstall the product on your discretion.
fPotential risk of electric shock or fire.
Check if the installation work is done correctly according to the installation manual.
fIncorrect installation may cause electric shock or fire.
When you want to dispose your wired remote controller, ask the service center.
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PREPARATION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury or death.
01
WARNING
Safety precautions
CAUTION
Do not install the product where there’s combustible gas.
fPotential risk of fire and explosion.
Ensure no water gets into the wired remote controller.
fPotential risk of electric shock or fire.
Install the air conditioner away from direct exposure to sunlight, in room temperature range of
0 °C(32 °F) ~ 39 °C(102 °F).
fPotential risk of electric shock or malfunction.
Do not handle the product with sharp objects.
fPotential risk of electric shock or product damage.
Do not install the product in areas exposed to oil or vapor.
fPotential risk of product damage or malfunction.
Do not put undue stress on the power cable.
fPotential risk of broken cable and fire.
Do not install the product in areas with frequent use of acid or alkali spray.
fPotential risk of electric shock or product malfunction
Do not connect power cable to a communication terminal.
fPotential risk of fire.
Be cautious not to interfere any other electrical devices if the product is installed in a place such as hospital.
fPotential risk of product malfunction.
Please take the product gently after unpacking the package.
fDrop or throwing can lead to the potential risk of product damage.
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Before installation
Optional accessories
M4X16 screw (4)
User manual (1)
Installation manual (1)
01
Wired remote
controller (1)
PREPARATION
CAUTION
t The wired remote controller should be installed by an installation expert.
t Check and confirm the power is off before installing your wired remote controller.
t Install the wired remote controller cables in accordance with the electrical wiring rules, and allow it to pass
through the inner area of the wall so that other people can’t reach it.
External dimensions
122.0 (4.804)
[Unit : mm(inch)]
94.2 (3.710)
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19.5
(0.768)
Wired remote controller installation
Wired remote controller installation
1. Insert a small flat head screwdriver into the square groove in the bottom of your wired
remote controller, and then pull up the front cover to separate it from the rear cover.
2. Arrange the communication cable so that they fit in the housing along the edges of the rear cover.
Remove it
5 cm (2 inch)
< When the cable is not concealed >
5 cm
(2 inch)
< When the cable is concealed >
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3. Using more than two screws, firmly affix the rear cover of the remote controller to the wall, and then connect the
communication and power cable [(F3,F4) or (3, 4)], making sure these cables have reasonable length, to the terminal at
the back of the cover.
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4. Reassemble your wired remote controller.
tAlign the controller with the upper groove first, and insert it by turning it downward as
shown in the figure.
After assembly, check and confirm that no wires are stuck in the gap between the rear and
front cover.
CAUTION
t When installing a wired remote controller by using a cable longer than 10 m(32.80 ft), you must install the communication cable
and the power cable separately. (Electrical interference can cause your wired remote controller to malfunction.)
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INSTALLATION
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Wired remote controller installation
Tracking your indoor unit from the wired remote controller
Indicates tracking in progress
Displays the total number of indoor units searched
1. Tracking of your wired remote controller will automatically start when you turn on the power after installation.
2. If you want to perform tracking again after installation, then press the top right corner (hidden button) of the display for
more than 7 seconds.
- The system will reset, and tracking will start again.
3. During tracking, the total number of currently searched indoor units will be displayed.
4. It may take about 3 minutes at initial installation or when you re-set the power master setting.
CAUTION
t If you want to reset the system of your wired remote controller, then press the top right corner (hidden button) of
the display for more than 7 seconds.
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Individual control with your wired remote controller
Individual control means that you are using one remote controller to control one indoor unit.
02
Outdoor unit
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Indoor unit
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Wired remote
controller
CAUTION
INSTALLATION
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controlled.
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Wired remote controller installation
Group control with your wired remote controller
Group control means that you are using one wired remote controller to control two or more indoor units at the same time.
1. Using one wired remote controller to control three indoor Units
Outdoor unit
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Indoor unit
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2. Using one wired remote controller to control indoor units connected to different outdoor unit
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controller
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CAUTION
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controlled in group.
t Regardless of your outdoor units, you can control a maximum of 16 indoor units as a group.
t When controlling group of indoor units connected to different outdoor unit, address of the each outdoor unit
must be set differently.
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Controlling 2-Remote controller
2-Remote controller is controlling one indoor unit or a group of indoor units with two remote controllers.
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CAUTION
Wired remote
controller (Slave)
t For the slave wired remote controller settings, please refer to the sections about the additional functions of the
wired remote controller. (Refer to 'Additional Functions of your wired remote controller' main menu 1 ¤ sub
menu 1, master/slave setting)
t You can only use several functions on the master setting.
- On-off timer
- Outing
- Easy tuning
- Displays the total number of indoor units
- Adjust temperature and select mode when relative temperature is displayed
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wired remote controller as a master, you have to set master/slave in the service mode 1-1.
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Wired remote controller installation
Initializing your wired remote controller communication
If the number of indoor unit is decreased while you are using your remote control to control one indoor unit or a group of
indoor units, then you need to initialize your remote controller communication.
Press the top right corner (hidden button) of the display for more than 7 seconds.
- Your wired remote controller will be initialized, and the device will search for the indoor units connected to your wired
remote controller again.
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Errors displayed on your wired remote controller
Error codes for the wired remote controller and the indoor units connected to your wired remote controller will be displayed
in the LCD display.
02
INSTALLATION
LCD Display
When an error occurs in your indoor/outdoor units (product group display : A)
- The product address for the error will be displayed, followed by the error code.
Example : Error 101 occurs for Indoor Unit no. 10 (decimal digits)
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit address
(hexadecimal digits)
Indoor unit main address
(hexadecimal digits)
When an error occurs in your wired remote controller
- Only an error code will be displayed. (No address will be displayed.)
Example : Error 601 has occurred at your wired remote controller.
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Error code
Wired remote controller installation
Wired remote controller error codes
Display
Description
Communication error between wired remote controller and indoor units
(When communication is lost for over 3 minutes after detecting the indoor unit and the wired remote
controller)
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No communication between wired remote controller and indoor units
(Including communication error between indoor units and outdoor units)
- Exceeded maximum number of indoor unit connection (16 indoor units)
- Reset is required after checking the number of indoor units
Two or more wired remote controllers set as slave(sub)
Temperature sensor open/short error
&&130.FSSPS
t For the error codes for your indoor/outdoor units, refer to the installation manual of each device.
CAUTION
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Wired remote controller installation/service mode
Additional functions of your wired remote controller
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Page
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1. If you want to use the various additional functions for your wired remote controller, press the top right corner (hidden
button) of the display for more than 3 seconds and drop it. Then you can press [ + ]/[ - ] buttons and select No.3 and press
[ OK ] button.
- You will enter the additional function settings, and the main menu will be displayed.
- If you select the other number and press [ OK ] button, then you can go back to the normal display.
2. Refer to the list of additional functions 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 [ Mode ] button to enter the sub-menu setting
screen.
- Using the [ + ]/[ - ] buttons, select a sub menu number and press the [ Mode ] button to enter data setting screen.
- Using the [ + ]/[ - ] buttons, select the settings.
- Press the [ Fan ] button to select page.
- Press the [ OK ] button to save the current settings. the [ OK ] button is invalid on the main menu or sub menu setting
screen.
- Press the [ Cancel ] button for more than 3 seconds to exit to normal mode without saving settings.
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03
Sub menu
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Wired remote controller installation/service mode
Additional functions of your wired remote controller
NOTE
Main
menu
t If communication initialization is needed after the setting, the system will reset automatically and
communication will be initialized.
Sub
menu
Function description
Cooling/Heating selection
1
2
1
5
6
7
0
2
1
2
1
2
4
3
4
Setting value
Page Save location
Value
Factory default
0 - Cooling/Heating,
0
01 Wired remote controller
1 - Cooling only
Use of wireless remote controller
0 - No use, 1 - Use
for indoor unit
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controller
0 - Celsius(°C),
Temperature unit
1 - Fahrenheit(°F)
0 - Indoor unit,
Temperature sensor selection
1-Wired remote
controller
0 - No use, 1 - Use
Wired remote Use of average temperature
controller
Use of Auto mode
0 - No use, 1 - Use
setting/
0 - Set temperature
checking (2)
1 - Room
Temperature display
temperature
2 - Relative
temperature 1)*
Room
-9 ~ 40 °C
temperature Temperature control reference
compensation
Temperature compensation value -9.9 ~ 9.9 °C
2)*
Number of
connected
Number of indoor units
0 ~ 16
units
Temperature increment/decrement unit
0 - 1 °C, 1 - 0.5 °C, 2 0.1 °C
(°C only)
0 - Unchanged,
Factory option setting
1 - Factory setting
Software code
Software code
Software version
Software version
Target address of
Target address setting
indoor unit (Example
: 20 02 1F)
0~4F (in hexadecimal
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digits)
Indoor unit
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0x00~0xFE 4)*
address/
option setting/
checking 3)* Basic option setting/checking
Option code
Wired remote
controller
setting/
checking (1)
5
Install option setting/checking
Option code
6
Install(2) option setting/checking Option code
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1
02
Wired remote controller
0
03
Wired remote controller
0
04
Wired remote controller
0
01
Wired remote controller
0
1
02
03
Wired remote controller
Wired remote controller
0
04
Wired remote controller
Current sensor
temperature
01
Wired remote controller
0
02,03 Wired remote controller
0
01
None
0
01
Wired remote controller
0
01
None
None
None
01~03
01~03
None
None
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01~03
None
01
None
01
None
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target
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target
Basic option
of target
Install option of
target
Install(2) option
of target
01~20
5)*
01~20
5)*
01~20
5)*
None
None
None
Main
menu
Sub
menu
2
4
1
7
2
3
8
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
Use of discharge
temperature control
Cooling discharge temperature
0 - No use, 1 - Use
0
01
Indoor unit
8~18 °C
15
02
Indoor unit
Heating discharge temperature
30~43 °C
38
03
Indoor unit
Cooling discharge temperature
13~25 °C
18
01
Fresh duct
indoor unit
Heating discharge temperature
18~30 °C
25
02
Fresh duct
indoor unit
0 - No use, 1 - Use
0
01
AHU Indoor unit
8~25 °C
15
02
AHU Indoor unit
18~43 °C
38
03
AHU Indoor unit
Use of discharge
temperature control
Cooling discharge temperature
Heating discharge temperature
Indoor unit view
Indoor unit view master setting/
Indoor unit view
01~03
master address
checking
master
(Example : 20 02 1F)
Indoor unit master
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address (Example :
none
01~03
checking
indoor unit
20 02 1F)
setting/
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checking
none
01
6)*
2-Release 7)*
Status of automatic air volume setting
1
0
01
Automatic air volume operation
1
0
01
Automatic air volume voltage setting
1
2
01
1
0
Factory setting
Reset
Power master reset 8)*
1
0
Outdoor units reset
1
0
None
None
None
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
Indoor unit
None
None
None
1)* Relative temperature means that the wired remote controller only displays the temperature increase or decrease (± 3)
compared to the reference temperature. Reference temperature is determined by other controller's desired temperature
setting.
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2)* Only the celsius temperature unit is allowed when this function setting and checking in the service mode.
For the fahrenheit temperature, you need temperature conversion before this function setting and checking
by the celsius temperature unit.
3)* When setting the address/option, you can set the target indoor unit by selecting sub menu 1.
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OTHERS
3
Indoor unit
discharge
temperature
setting/
checking 2)*
Fresh duct
indoor unit
discharge
temperature
setting/
checking 2)*
AHU Indoor
unit discharge
temperature
setting/
checking 2)*
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setting/
checking
Save location
03
5
Setting value
Page
Value
Factory default
Function description
Wired remote controller installation/service mode
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NOTE
Hexadecimal Decimal
00
0
01
1
02
2
03
3
04
4
05
5
06
6
07
7
08
8
09
9
0A
10
0B
11
0C
12
0D
13
0E
14
0F
15
Hexadecimal Decimal
10
16
11
17
12
18
13
19
14
20
15
21
16
22
17
23
18
24
19
25
1A
26
1B
27
1C
28
1D
29
1E
30
1F
31
Hexadecimal Decimal
20
32
21
33
22
34
23
35
24
36
25
37
26
38
27
39
28
40
29
41
2A
42
2B
43
2C
44
2D
45
2E
46
2F
47
Hexadecimal Decimal
30
48
31
49
32
50
33
51
34
52
35
53
36
54
37
55
38
56
39
57
3A
58
3B
59
3C
60
3D
61
3E
62
3F
63
Hexadecimal Decimal
40
64
41
65
42
66
43
67
44
68
45
69
46
70
47
71
48
72
49
73
4A
74
4B
75
4C
76
4D
77
4E
78
4F
79
5)* The total option codes are 24 digits. You can set six digits at a time and it is distinguished by number.
- Press the [ Fan ] button to go to the next page.
CAUTION
t Indoor unit's option setting is from SEG1 to SEG24.
- SEG1, SEG7, SEG13, SEG19 cannot be set and will not be displayed.
- SEG2 is a type of option and it cannot be set.
- Each SEG is displayed in the corresponding page below:
. SEG2 ~ SEG6 : Page1 ~ Page5
. SEG8 ~ SEG12 : Page6 ~Page10
. SEG14 ~ SEG18 : Page11 ~ Page15
. SEG20 ~ SEG24 : Page16 ~ Page20
- Press the [ Fan ] button to go to the next page.
Page1 Page2 Page3 Page4
SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5
X
X
X
X
Page11 Page12 Page13 Page14
SEG13 SEG14 SEG15 SEG16 SEG17
2
X
X
X
X
SEG1
0
Page5
Page6 Page7
SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9
X
1
X
X
Page15
Page16 Page17
SEG18 SEG19 SEG20 SEG21
X
3
X
X
Page8
SEG10
X
Page18
SEG22
X
Page9
SEG11
X
Page19
SEG23
X
PAGE 1
PAGE 2
PAGE 3
<SEG 2>
<SEG 3>
<SEG 4>
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Page10
SEG12
X
Page20
SEG24
X
1. Press the top right corner (hidden button) of the display for more than 3 seconds
and drop it. Then you can press [ + ]/[ - ] buttons and select No.3 and press [ OK ]
button.
- .BJONFOVXJMMCFEJTQMBZFE1SFTT [ + ]/[ - ] buttons and select No.1.
2. Press [ Mode ] button to select the number you will set.
- Press [ + ]/[ - ] buttons and select No.1.
3. Press [ Mode ] button to enter the data setting stage.
- When you enter the setting stage, the current setting value will be displayed.
4. Press [ + ]/[ - ] buttons to select No.1
- The wired remote controller option is set from both cooling and heating to
cooling only.
5. Press the [ Fan ] button to select page No.2, then Press [ + ]/[ - ] buttons to select
No.0
- The wired remote controller option is set to no use of wireless remote controller.
6. Press the [ OK ] button to save the current settings.
- Press the [ Cancel ] button for more than three seconds to exit to normal mode
without saving settings.
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OTHERS
The example of installation/service mode setting
03
6)* Setting is available when there is only 1 indoor unit connection and while the indoor unit operation is not operating.
7)* You can see no.0(no use) and no.1(use) while mode master indoor unit setting.
For the mode master indoor unit setting, select the no.1(use). And you can release the mode master unit setting
by selecting the no.2(release).
8)* Power master reset is a setting needed to supply optimized power to wired remote controller when multiple indoor units
are connected to wired remote controller in a group.
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