Mitsubishi Electric LGH-150RX5-E Specifications

Mitsubishi Electric LGH-150RX5-E Specifications
December 2012
LOSSNAY
No. U155-A
HANDBOOK
Model:
LGH-15RX5-E
LGH-25RX5-E
LGH-35RX5-E
LGH-50RX5-E
LGH-65RX5-E
LGH-80RX5-E
LGH-100RX5-E
Nameplate
LGH-150RX5-E
LGH-200RX5-E
Nameplate
Remote controller (Parts number is not set.)
Model:
PZ-60DR-E
Filter (Parts number is not set.)
Model:
PZ-25RF8-E
PZ-50RF8-E
PZ-80RF8-E
PZ-35RF8-E
PZ-65RF8-E
PZ-100RF8-E
Repair work must be performed by
the manufacturer, its service agent or
a similarly qualified person in order to
avoid hazards.
Contents
1. Safety precautions....................................................................3
2. Specifications ....................................................................... 4-8
3. Outside dimensions............................................................ 9-18
4. Electrical wiring diagrams ................................................ 19-20
5. Basic circuit diagram ............................................................. 21
6. Fundamentals of operation .............................................. 22-44
7. Troubleshooting ............................................................... 45-65
8. Disassembly and assembly.............................................. 66-68
9. Parts catalog .................................................................. 69-123
LGH-15RX5-E ............................................................... 70-75
LGH-25RX5-E ............................................................... 76-81
LGH-35RX5-E ............................................................... 82-87
LGH-50RX5-E ............................................................... 88-93
LGH-65RX5-E ............................................................... 94-99
LGH-80RX5-E ........................................................... 100-105
LGH-100RX5-E .......................................................... 106-111
LGH-150RX5-E .......................................................... 112-117
LGH-200RX5-E.......................................................... 118-123
1. Safety precautions
GPlease be sure to read the following safety precautions thoroughly before commencing with the maintenance
work, and conduct the inspection and repair of the product in a safe manner.
GThe types and levels of danger that may arise if the product is handled incorrectly are described by using the
warning symbols shown below.
Warning
Incorrect handling of the product may result in serious injury
or death.
♦Electric shock
If you must inspect the circuitry while the
power is on, do not touch the live parts.
(Failure to heed this warning may result in electric shock.)
♦Turn off the power supply
Be sure to shut off the power supply isolator
before disassembling the unit for repair.
Caution for
electric shock
♦Modification is prohibited
Do not modify the unit.
(Failure to heed this warning may result in electric shock.)
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
♦Use proper parts and tools
For repair, be sure to use the parts listed in the service
parts list of the applicable unit model and
use the proper tools.
(Failure to heed this warning may result in electric shock, fire and/or bodily injury.)
Prohibited
♦Proper electric work
Use the electric wires designated for electric work, and
conduct electric work in accordance with the "Electric
Installation Engineering Standard," the "Indoor Wiring
Regulations," and the Installation Work
Guide.
(Failure to heed this warning may result in electric shock, fire and/or bodily injury.)
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
♦Replace damaged and/or degraded parts
Be sure to replace the power-supply cord and lead wire
in the event that they are damaged and/or
degraded.
(Failure to heed this warning may result in electric shock and/or fire.)
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
(Incomplete connection or wiring installation may Be sure to follow ♦Check insulation
result in electric shock and/or fire.)
this instruction. Be sure to measure the insulation resistance once the
repair work is complete, and turn on the power supply
after verifying that an insulation resistance
of at least 10MΩ is obtained.
(If an insulation problem exists, it may result in
electric shock.)
Caution
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
Incorrect handling of the product may result in serious injury
or damage to properties including buildings and equipment.
♦Caution for bodily injury
Do not conduct any work at a location
where you do not have a sure footing.
♦Wear gloves
Wear gloves when conducting work.
(Failure to heed this caution may result in injury
to your hands from sharp metal or other edges.)
(Failure to heed this caution may result in a fall.)
Prohibited
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
Request during repair
•Inspect the grounding, and repair it if incomplete. Make sure that a power supply isolator is being installed, if
not, install one.
GMake sure that the product operates correctly upon completion of repair. Clean the product as well as the surrounding area, and then notify the customer of the completion of repair.
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2. Specifications
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3. Outside dimensions
LGH-15RX5-E
Unit (mm)
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LGH-25RX5-E
Unit (mm)
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LGH-35RX5-E
Unit (mm)
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LGH-50RX5-E
Unit (mm)
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LGH-65RX5-E
Unit (mm)
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LGH-80RX5-E
Unit (mm)
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LGH-100RX5-E
Unit (mm)
— 15 —
LGH-150RX5-E
Unit (mm)
— 16 —
LGH-200RX5-E
Unit (mm)
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PZ-60DR-E
Unit (mm)
PZ-25RF8-E, PZ-35RF8-E, PZ-50RF8-E, PZ-65RF8-E, PZ-80RF8-E, PZ-100RF8-E
Unit (mm)
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4. Electrical wiring diagrams
LGH-15RX5-E, LGH-25RX5-E, LGH-35RX5-E, LGH-50RX5-E, LGH-65RX5-E, LGH-80RX5-E, LGH-100RX5-E
POWER SUPPLY
220-240V 50Hz
BROWN
RED
BLACK
GREY
YELLOW
M2
TM1
L
TAB5
TAB3
BLUE
TAB1
CN10
TAB2
N
BROWN
L
N
PE
C
SUPPLY
FAN MOTOR
Isolator
BLUE
CN1
RED
ORANGE
BLUE
WHITE
M1
TR
CN9
CN7
C
EXHAUST
FAN MOTOR
YELLOW
GM
RED
LS
BROWN
CN32
TH1 (OA)
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
CN16
SW2
SW1
CN5
SW5
CN2
BROWN
CN6
ORANGE
ORANGE
TM4
TH2 (RA)
X10
9
X12 X11
TM3
6
NOTE
8
PZ60DR-E
2
TM2
7
Operation or Delay1
monitor output
MAX 240VAC 2A MIN 220VAC 100mA
24VDC 2A
5VDC 100mA
10
SA1 SA2
1
1
TB5
2
3
A
B
(*1)
2nd remote controller (Max. two remote controllers installable)
2nd LOSSNAY unit (Up to max 15 units)
Transmission
cable
(non-polar)
S
Shield Wire
12V or 24V DC
By-pass or Delay2
M-NET
monitor output 6 , 7
transmission
Mr.Slim
Malfunction monitor
(non-polar) MELANS cable
*When the optional Remote Controller PZ-60DR-E
output 7 , 8
is used as the M-NET System, connect it to 1
MAX 240VAC 1A
External control input
2 of TM4 terminal block, and connect M-NET
24VDC 1A
1
3
transmission wire to A , B on TB5 terminal
MIN 220VAC 100mA
5VDC 100mA
block.
(*1)
TM4
Unchanged a-contact
Optional Remote controller
2
(PZ-60DR-E)
1
1.TM1, TM2, TM3, TM4, TB5 shown
2nd remote controller
in dotted lines are field work.
(Max. two remote controllers
TB5
(M-NET)
2.Isolator should be provided by the customer.
installable)
3.Be sure to connect the grounding wire.
*Attention
A
B
M-NET
transmission
cable
S
Shield Wire
(*1)PZ-41SLB-E and PZ-52SF-E cannot
be used when using PZ-60DR-E.
With this product, the wiring installation method will
2nd or later main units
vary according to the design of the system.
Perform electrical installation to meet local electrical regulations.
.Always use double insulated PVC cable for the transmission cables.
.Wiring work must be performed by qualified professionals.
.All supply circuits must be disconnected before obtaining access to the terminal devices.
CN16
(Unchanged a-contact)
BROWN
HI
LO
EXTRA-LO
BY-PASS
RED
ORANGE
YELLOW
GREEN
*Specifications may be subject to change without notice.
Definition of Symbols
M1:
M2:
C:
GM:
LS:
TH1:
TH2:
SW1:
SW2, 5:
TM1:
TM2:
TM3:
TM4 :
TB5 :
TAB1,TAB2:
TR:
X10,X11,X12:
Motor for exhaust fan
Motor for supply fan
Capacitor
Motor for By-pass operation
Microswitch
Thermistor for outside air
Thermistor for return air
Switch (Main/Sub change)
Switch (Function selection)
Terminal block (Power supply)
Terminal block (External control input)
Terminal block (Monitor output)
Terminal block (Transmission cable and monitor output)
Terminal block (M-NET Transmission cable)
Connector (Power supply)
Control circuit transformer
Relay contact
CN1:
CN2:
CN5:
CN6:
CN7:
TAB3:
TAB5:
CN9:
CN10:
CN16:
CN32:
SA1:
SA2:
SYMBOL
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Connector (Transformer primary)
Connector (Transformer secondary)
Connector (Thermistor)
Connector (Microswitch)
Connector (Motor for By-pass operation)
Tab connector(Fan motor)
Tab connector (Fan motor)
Connector (Fan motor)
Connector (Fan motor)
Connector (High/Low/Extra Low/By-pass switch)
Connector (Remote control selection)
Address setting rotary switch (10 digit)
Address setting rotary switch (1 digit)
: Indicates terminal block.
: Connector.
: Board insertion connector or fastening
connector of control board.
LGH-150RX5-E, LGH-200RX5-E
POWER SUPPLY
220-240V 50Hz
TM1
L
BROWN
RED
BROWN
BLACK
GREY
YELLOW
M2
SUPPLY
FAN MOTOR
C
x103
x102
TAB1
CN10
TAB2
x101
EXHAUST
FAN MOTOR
M2
EXHAUST
FAN MOTOR
C
C
BY-PASS
x203 ORANGE
BLUE
x202 WHITE
x203
RED
ORANGE
YELLOW
GREEN
TR1
RED
RED
CN9
CN7
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK LS
TR2
GM MG
x201
x201
BLACK
BROWN
CN16
CN32
TH1 (OA)
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
SW2
SW1
SW5
TM4
10
SA1 SA2
2
8
1
2
3
A
B
S
Shield Wire
M-NET
transmission
MELANS cable
12V or 24V DC
Mr.Slim
(non-polar)
By-pass or Delay2
monitor output 6 , 7
Malfunction monitor
output 7 , 8
1
TB5
TM2
MIN 220VAC 100mA
5VDC 100mA
X10
9
TM3
MAX 240VAC 1A
24VDC 1A
BROWN
LS
CN5
X12 X11
7
CN2
BLACK
TH2 (RA)
6
CN16
(Unchanged a-contact)
BROWN
HI
LO
BLUE
x202
RED
ORANGE
BLUE
WHITE
M1
BROWN
CN1
C
BROWN
BLACK
GREY
YELLOW
SUPPLY
FAN MOTOR
PE
BLUE
x101
RED
ORANGE
BLUE
WHITE
M1
L
N
N
TAB5
TAB3
BLACK
x103 GREY
YELLOW
x102
Isolator
GM MG
Operation or Delay1
monitor output
MAX 240VAC 2A MIN 220VAC 100mA
24VDC 2A
5VDC 100mA
(*1)
PZ60DR-E
2nd remote controller (Max. two remote controllers installable)
2nd LOSSNAY unit (Up to max 15 units)
Transmission
cable
(non-polar)
External control input
1
3
Unchanged a-contact
NOTE 1.TM1, TM2, TM3, TM4, TB5 shown
in dotted lines are field work.
2.Isolator should be provided by the customer.
3.Be sure to connect the grounding wire.
*Attention
*When the optional Remote Controller PZ-60DR-E
is used as the M-NET System, connect it to 1
2 of TM4 terminal block, and connect M-NET
transmission wire to A , B on TB5 terminal
block.
(*1)
TM4
Optional Remote controller
2
(PZ-60DR-E)
1
2nd remote controller
(Max. two remote controllers
TB5 (M-NET)
installable)
A B S
M-NET
With this product, the wiring installation method will
transmission
Shield Wire
(*1)PZ-41SLB-E and PZ-52SF-E cannot
cable
vary according to the design of the system.
be used when using PZ-60DR-E.
Perform electrical installation to meet local electrical regulations.
2nd or later main units
.Always use double insulated PVC cable for the transmission cables.
.Wiring work must be performed by qualified professionals.
.All supply circuits must be disconnected before obtaining access to the terminal devices.
*Specifications may be subject to change without notice.
Definition of Symbols
M1:
M2:
C:
GM:
LS:
TH1:
TH2:
SW1:
SW2, 5:
TM1:
TM2:
TM3:
TM4:
Motor for exhaust fan
Motor for supply fan
Capacitor
Motor for By-pass operation
Microswitch
Thermistor for outside air
Thermistor for return air
Switch (Main/Sub change)
Switch (Function selection)
Terminal block (Power supply)
Terminal block(External control input)
Terminal block (Monitor output)
Terminal block
(Transmission cable and monitor output)
TB5:
Terminal block (M-NET Transmission cable)
TAB1,TAB2: Connector (Power supply)
TR1:
Control circuit transformer
TR2,TR3: By-pass operation transformer
X10,X11,X12: Relay contact
X101,X102,X103: Relay Supply fan speed control
X201,X202,X203: Relay Exhaust fan speed control
CN1:
Connector (Transformer primary)
CN2:
Connector (Transformer secondary)
CN5:
Connector (Thermistor)
CN6:
Connector(Microswitch)
CN7:
Connector (Motor for By-pass operation)
CN9:
Connector (Fan motor)
TAB3:
Tab connector (Fan motor)
TAB5:
Tab connector (Fan motor)
CN9:
Connector (Fan motor)
CN10:
Connector (Fan motor)
CN16:
Connector(High/Low/By-pass switch)
CN32:
Connector (Remote control selection)
SA1:
Address setting rotary switch (10 digit)
SA2:
Address setting rotary switch (1 digit)
SYMBOL
: Indicates terminal block.
Board insertion connector or fastening
connector of control board.
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5. Basic circuit diagram
G Circuit board diagram and check points
Common for SA
fan drive
(TAB5)
* Fan drive output voltage: Each 220 to 240 V AC
EA fan drive
(CN9)
Extra
High High Low
SA fan drive
(CN10)
Extra
High High Low
Common for EA
fan drive
(TAB3)
Power supply
220 to 240 V AC
(TAB1, TAB2)
Transformer
primary (input)
(CN1)
220 to 240 V AC
5 V DC
(C6)
GND
(C5)
LED 1 (Green)
• Normal : unlit
• During
an error: blinking
Fuse
(5 A/250 V)
For damper
motor drive
(CN7)
220 to
240 V AC
15 V DC
(C3,C8)
Damper motor
position detection
(CN6) *1
During Lossnay
ventilation: 12 V DC
During Bypass
ventilation: 0 V
12 V DC
(C4,C5)
During
operation: 0Ω
When
stopped: ∞Ω
(TM4 9,10)
Thermistor
(RA) (OA)
(CN5)
Transformer
secondary
(output)
(CN2)
11 to 20 V AC
LED 4 (Red)
• Energized: Lit
• Not
energized: OFF
LED 2 (Red)
When blinking, an MNET communication
error is generated.
(The number of
blinks indicates the
details of the error)
This will be lit
steadily when there
is no (registered)
connection to another
M-NET device.
When SW5-6 is OFF
During normal
ventilation: 0Ω
During heat exchange
ventilation: ∞Ω
When SW5-6 is ON
During operation
and when the outdoor air
temperature is ≤ -5ºC to
15ºC: 0Ω
While stopped,
or when the outdoor air
temperature is ≥ 15ºC: ∞Ω
(TM3 6,7)
During an
error : 0Ω
Normal: ∞Ω
(TM3 7,8)
M-NET transmission
cable (Shielded)
(TB5 S)
For external
device connections
(TM2)
M-NET transmission cable
(PZ-52SF-E, M-NET
controller, power supply
unit, and City Multi
indoor unit)
(TB5 A,B)
Lossnay remote controller
(PZ-60DR-E, PZ-41SLB-E)
and transmission cable
between Lossnay units
(TM4 1, 2)
10 to 15V DC
*1: Damper position detection input is only for the LGH-15 to 100 types, and not for the LGH-150 and 200 types.
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6. Fundamentals of operation
Description of the circuit operation
(1) System Configuration
Lossnay operates through the following system.
System
Classification Details
Basic
1 Lossnay
System unit
1 Remote
controller
Lossnay
Remote
M-NET controller
Prepared
Parts
• One remote controller oper- Lossnay
remote
ates one Lossnay unit.
controller
(PZ-60DRE, or PZ41SLB-E)
Features
System Diagram
Transmission cable
between the remote
controller and Lossnay
R
Remote controller : PZ-60DR-E or PZ-41SLB-E
Transmission cable terminal
blocks between Lossnay unit
M-NET
: M-NET transmission cable
terminal block
R
: Remote controller
(PZ-60DR-E or PZ-41SLB-E)
Two
remote
controllers
system
1 Lossnay
unit
2 Remote
controllers
Lossnay
Remote
M-NET controller
R
Multiple Multiple
units
Lossnay
system units
Lossnay
R
Lossnay
Lossnay
Remote
Remote
Remote
M-NET controller M-NET controller M-NET controller
Basic System
R
• Two remote controllers oper- Lossnay
ate one Lossnay unit. (Last remote
controller
touch priority operation)
(PZ-60DR* PZ-60DR-E and PZ-41SLB-E E or PZ41SLB-E)
cannot be used together.
• A maximum of 15 Lossnay Lossnay
units can be operated by a remote
single remote controller.
controller
(Group operation)
(PZ-60DR• All units will operate in the
E or PZsame mode.
41SLB-E)
Remote controller (PZ-60DR-E,or PZ-41SLB-E)
Systems
interlock
ed with
external
device
(air conditioning
units)
Level signal output
device
(other
manufacturer's
PAC, etc.)
or pulse
signal output device
(building
control
system,
etc.)
Mr. Slim
(A-control
or K-control
remote
controller)
External device
(Other manufacturer's
PAC etc.)
Lossnay
M-NET Remote
controller
Level (pulse) signal
Output device
R
Remote controller (PZ-60DR-E, or PZ-41SLB-E)
(Operation without a remote controller is also
possible.)
Mr. Slim
indoor unit
Mr. Slim
Lossnay
interlocked
signal
Lossnay
M-NET Remote
controller
Mr. Slim-Lossnay
connection cable
(Included parts with
Lossnay)
A,K
A-control or Kcontrol remote
controller
• Lossnay is started/stopped
by a signal (*1) from an
external device.
• Having a remote control permits last touch priority operation with the external device
and the remote controller.
• A maximum of 15 Lossnay
units can be operated.
*1: An uncharged a-contact,
12 V DC or 24 V DC level
signal, or an uncharged acontact, 12 V DC or 24 V
DC pulse signal.
• Lossnay can be
started/stopped by an A-control remote controller or a Kcontrol remote controller.
• Lossnay High or Low fan
speed can be selected from
the A-control remote controller.
• Lossnay stand-alone operation is permitted from the Acontrol remote controller.
* Neither PZ-60DR-E nor PZ41SLB-E can be used.
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System
System Diagram
Features
Classification Details
• Can be interlocked with a
Systems Mitsubishi When using PZ-60DR-E
maximum of 16 air conditioninterlock City Multi
Lossnay
City Multi
ing units.
ed with air condiTransmission
Indoor unit
M-NET Remote
external tioner
controller cable between • Lossnay can be
the remote
started/stopped, and
device (MA
controller and
MA
R1
switched between High and
(air con- remote
Lossnay
Low fan speed by an air conditioncontroller
Lossnay remote controller
M-NET
ditioner remote controller.
ing
or ME
(PZ-60DR-E)
transmission
•
Lossnay stand-alone operaunits)
remote
(Operation without a remote
cable
tion is permitted from an air
controller)
controller is also possible.)
conditioner remote conWhen using PZ-52SF-E
troller.
• Having PZ-60DR-E or PZLossnay
City Multi
52SF-E, last touch priority
indoor
Indoor unit
unit
M-NET Remote
controller
operation is permitted with
the air conditioner remote
MA
R2
controller and the Lossnay
remote controller.
M- NET Control
M-NET
transmission
cable
Remote controller for M-NET
(PZ-52SF-E)
(Operation without a remote
controller is also possible.)
Prepared
Parts
—
*1: PZ-41SLB-E cannot be
used in this system.
Remote controller : Terminal block for trans*2: PZ-60DR-E and PZ-52SF-E
mission cable between PZcannot be used together.
60DR-E and Lossnay
M-NET
: M-NET transmission cable
terminal block
R1
: PZ-60DR-E
R2
: PZ-52SF-E
• Lossnay batch/independent • Lossnay
Central Central/in When using PZ-60DR-E
System controller
Power supply unit
(group) control permitted by
remote
control depenSC
Power supply
system controller.
controller
system dent conGroup 2
• Operation of Lossnay within
(PZ-60DRfor
trol of
Group 1
a group is permitted by a
E or PZLossnay multiple
Lossnay remote controller.
52SF-E)
only
Lossnay
Lossnay Lossnay Lossnay
Lossnay
(PZ-60DR-E or PZ-52SF-E) • Centralized
units
R1
R1
• One group of a maximum of controllers
16 Lossnay units can be
(G-50A),
Remote controller (PZ-60DR-E)
Group 3
operated.
(PACGroup 4
• Number of Lossnay control
SF44SRA),
units
(PACLossnay Lossnay
Lossnay Lossnay
Centralized controller (AGYT40ANR
R1
150A) : 50 units/50 groups
A), and
R1
ON/OFF remote controller
(AG-150A)
When using PZ-52SF-E
(PAC-YT40ANRA) : 50
• Power supPower supply unit
M-NET controller
units/16 groups
ply units
Power supply
SC
System remote controller
(PACGroup 2
Group 1
(PAC-SF44SRA) : 50
SC50KUA),
units/50 groups
(PACSF46EPA),
Lossnay Lossnay Lossnay
Lossnay
*1: The remote controller (PZ- and (PACR2
41SLB-E) cannot be used
SC51KUA)
R2
Remote controller for M-NET
in this system.
(PZ-52SF-E)
*2: PZ-60DR-E and PZ-52SF-E
Group 3
Group 4
cannot be used together.
Lossnay
R2
Lossnay
Lossnay
Lossnay
R2
* Refer to the technical documentation for details about M-NET system design.
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Remote controller list
1 Remote controllers
Rough Classification
Fine Classification
Product
Model
For Lossnay independent control
Lossnay remote controller PZ-60DR-E
PZ-41SLB-E
Lossnay remote controller PZ-52SF-E
For Lossnay M-NET control
M-NET
MA remote conMA remote controller
PAR-20/21MAA
For City Multi air con- troller
Wireless remote controller PAR-FA(FL)31MA
ditioner
Compact remote controller PAC-YT51CRA
M-NET remote
ME remote controller
PAR-F27MEA
controller
Compact remote controller PAC-SE51CRA
For Mr. Slim
A-control remote controller PAR-21MAA
K-control remote controller
2 System controller
Classification
System controller
Product
Schedule timer
Group remote controller
ON/OFF remote controller
System remote controller
Centralized controller
Model
PAC-YT34STA
PAC-SC30GRA
PAC-YT40ANRA
PAC-SF44SRA
G-50A, AG-150A
(2) Start-up process
When the power is turned on, operation will not be performed for up to 45 seconds to allow Lossnay to perform
information settings required for control purposes.
The start-up process can be confirmed by the blinking of LED1 in the Lossnay circuit board (1 second on/1 second off) or the remote controller LED when using the remote controller.
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(3) Fan control
1Fan speed control for each system
The control indicated below can be performed according to the system that is paired.
Caution
Up to two of the Lossnay remote controllers PZ-60DR-E, PZ-41SLB-E, and PZ-52SF-E can be
used in the same group, but they cannot be used together with a different remote controller.
When using two remote controllers, be sure to use the same model of remote controller.
PZ-41SLB-E cannot be used in M-NET control. When controlling Lossnay in M-NET control,
use PZ-60DR-E or PZ-52SF-E.
When using PZ-60DR-E and mixing the LGH-15 to 100 types together with the LGH-150
and 200 types in a group,set the LGH-15 to 100 types as “Main”.
Remote controllers
Fan speed
System controllers
Stand-alone/multi- Lossnay remote The remote controller “Fan Speed Adjustment” button permits High
ple Lossnay and
controller
(Extra High)/Low fan speed selection, and the “Extra Low fan
Lossnay remote
PZ-60DR-E
SPEED” button permits an extra low fan speed selection.
controller: PZ(The LGH-150 and 200 types do not provide Extra Low fan speed
60DR-E
operation.)
Stand-alone/multi- Lossnay remote The remote controller “Fan Speed Adjustment” button permits High
controller
(Extra High)/Low fan speed selection.
ple Lossnay and
PZ-41SLB-E
(Extra Low fan speed selection is not available from the remote conLossnay remote
controller: PZtroller.)
41SLB-E
System interlocked A-control remote The A-control remote controller “Ventilation” button permits High
with Mr. Slim
(Extra High)/Low fan speed selection.
controller
K-control remote (High (Extra High)/Low fan speed selection is not available from the
K-control remote controller.)
controller
(Extra Low fan speed selection is not available from the A-control
(Remote conand K-control remote controllers.)
troller connection prohibited
with Lossnay )
M- NET Control
Basic System
System Configuration
Level signal/pulse
signal
System interlocked
with the output
device
Stand-alone/multiple Lossnay and
Lossnay remote
controller: PZ60DR-E
Stand-alone/multiple Lossnay and
Lossnay remote
controller: PZ52SF-E
M-NET
Lossnay central
control system
None
Fixed to High (Extra High) fan speed.
Lossnay remote
controller
PZ-60DR-E
The remote controller “Fan Speed Adjustment” button permits High
(Extra High)/Low fan speed selection, and the “Extra Low fan speed”
button permits an Extra Low fan speed selection.
(The LGH-150 and 200 types do not provide Extra Low fan speed
operation.)
The remote controller “Fan Speed Adjustment button” permits High
(Extra High)/Low fan speed selection.
(Extra Low fan speed selection is not available from the Lossnay
remote controller.)
M-NET
System interlocked
with City Multi
indoor units
ME remote controller
PAR-F27MEA,
MA remote controller
PAR-20/21MAA
Lossnay remote
controller
PZ-52SF-E
M-NET controller The system remote controller, or centralized control remote controller “Fan Speed” button or “Ventilation setting” button permits High
(Extra High)/Low fan speed selection.
(The ON/OFF remote controller and the schedule timer do not permit
fan speed selection.)
(Extra Low fan speed selection is not available from the system
remote controller or the centralized control remote controller.)
The remote controller “Ventilation” button permits High (Extra
High)/Low fan speed selection.
(Extra Low fan speed selection is not available from the ME remote
controller and MA remote controller.)
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2Fan speed control by function setting
The following fan speed control can be set with PZ-60DR-E or the function selection switch (SW2) on the
Lossnay circuit board.
Setting Method
PZ-60DR-E Not Used
PZ-60DR-E
Details
Function
(Remote controller (Function selecfunction selection)
tion switch)
Extra High This switches the settable fan speed from the remote controller Supply fan
Air supply SW2-9
speed setting
/High
and the system controller. Set this when there is a need for
: ON
Fan speed large air volume, or when there is a long duct line.
Extra High SH: L Exhaust SW2-10
selection When set to High fan speed, High/Low fan speed can be set,
High
H: L : ON
and when set to Extra High fan speed, Extra High/Low fan
Exhaust fan
speed can be set.
(Refer to page
speed setting
38)
Extra
High
SH:
L
The fan speed display of the remote controller,
High
H:
L
Display and the system controller will be the same for
either Extra High or High.
(Refer to page
When PZ-60DR-E will not be used in a system of
Multiple multiple Lossnay units, set the function selection 41)
units
switches on the Lossnay circuit board for each
unit.
Multi venti- This switches the settable fan speed from the remote controller
lation
and the system controller to a fixed Low fan speed. The supmode
ply/exhaust balance is adjusted to suit the usage environment
or the place of installation.
Supply fan
speed setting
Multiple ventilation
:L
Exhaust
fan
Operation When both supply and exhaust are set to the multi speed setting
ventilation mode, due to operation restrictions PZMultiple ventila60DR-E cannot be switched to a setting other
:L
than Low/Extra Low fan speed. Other remote con- tion
trollers and system controllers can change the fan
speed display; however, the fan will remain fixed (Refer to page
41)
at Low fan speed.
Multiple
units
Power
supply/
exhaust
mode
(When
operation
starts )
Air supply SW2-4
: ON
Exhaust SW2-5
: ON
(Refer to page
38)
When PZ-60DR-E will not be used in a system of
multiple Lossnay units, set the function selection
switches on the Lossnay circuit board for each
unit.
During the first 30 minutes of operation, operation will be at
High (Extra High) fan speed. This is used when rapid ventilation is desired at the time of starting operation.
After 30 minutes have elapsed since starting operation, or
when the fan speed set from the remote controller or the system controller has been changed to something other than High
fan speed, power ventilation will be cancelled and the system
will follow the fan speed set by the remote controller or system
controller.
Display During power ventilation, PZ-60DR-E will display
“POWER VENT START”. Other remote controllers
and system controllers will display the set fan
speed, even during power supply exhaust operation.
When PZ-60DR-E will not be used in a system of
Multiple multiple Lossnay units, set the function selection
units
switches on the Lossnay circuit board for each
unit.
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Power supply/
SW2-3: ON
exhaust when
operation starts : (Refer to page
ON
38)
(Refer to page
41)
Setting Method
PZ-60DR-E
PZ-60DR-E Not Used
(Remote controller (Function selection switch)
function selection)
Function
Details
Fan motor
delay stop
(Operation
monitor
with delay
function)
*Note 1
When TM4 9, 0 output settings, and TM3 6, 7 output settings are set to operation monitor with delay function 1 or 2, the
fan will stop after 3 minutes have elapsed from the OFF operation when output ON (Closed) is switched to output OFF
(Open) by the Lossnay stop instruction.
TM4 9, 0 output setting
“Operation monitor with delay
function 1”: SW2-8: ON
TM3 6, 7 output setting
“Operation monitor with delay
function 2”: SW5-6: ON
(Refer to page 38)
* This function cannot be set from
PZ-60DR-E.
*Note 1: The fan will continue to operate even after operation is stopped with the remote controller, etc.
3 Restrictions when switching fan speed
The following restrictions exist when the fan speed is switched.
When switching between High (Extra High) and Low fan speed, the fan will be stopped for approximately 5
seconds.
When switching between settings other than Extra Low fan speed and Extra Low fan speed, the fan will be
stopped for approximately 10 seconds.
4 Air supply fan forced stop
Under the following conditions, Lossnay will force stop of the air supply fan. However, when the following conditions are met while operating at Extra Low fan speed, the air supply fan will stop, and the exhaust fan will
operate at Low fan speed.
(When operating at Extra Low fan speed, the air supply fan and the exhaust fan cannot be stopped separately.)
When Mr. Slim is in defrost or stopped due to a fault, in an interlocked system with Mr. Slim that has a duct
connection with Lossnay.
(For cold inrush prevention, or falling dust prevention)
When the indoor unit is in defrost, in an interlocked system with a City Multi indoor unit that has a duct connection with Lossnay.
(For cold inrush prevention)
When the outside temperature is -10ºC or lower, the air supply fan is stopped periodically for approximately
10 minutes to 55 minutes.
(To prevent freezing of the Lossnay core)
(4) Ventilation mode control
Lossnay (heat exchange) ventilation or bypass (normal) ventilation is achieved by switching the air duct inside
the Lossnay unit with a damper.
1 Ventilation mode
There are 3 control modes.
Lossnay ventilation (heat exchange ventilation) mode: Heat exchange ventilation is performed regularly via
the Lossnay core.
Bypass ventilation (normal ventilation) mode
: Ventilation is performed regularly without going
through the Lossnay core.
Automatic ventilation mode
: A temperature sensor built into the unit provides
automatic ventilation to a suitable ventilation mode.
In addition, energy saving ventilation is provided by
interlocking with a Mr. Slim or City Multi indoor unit.
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2 Damper control for each system
The control indicated below can be performed according to the system that is paired
Caution
Up to two of the Lossnay remote controllers PZ-60DR-E, PZ-41SLB-E, and PZ-52SF-E can
be used in the same group, but they cannot be used together with a different remote controller. When using two remote controllers, be sure to use the same model of remote controller.
PZ-41SLB-E cannot be used in M-NET control. When controlling Lossnay in M-NET control,
use PZ-60DR-E or PZ-52SF-E.
Remote controllers
System controllers
Stand-alone/multi- Lossnay remote controller
ple Lossnay and
PZ-60DR-E
Lossnay remote
controller: PZ60DR-E
Stand-alone/multi- Lossnay remote controller
PZ-41SLB-E
ple Lossnay and
Lossnay remote
controller: PZ41SLB-E
System interlocked A-control remote controller
with Mr. Slim
K-control remote controller
(Remote controller connection
prohibited with Lossnay )
Ventilation mode
M- NET Control
Basic System
System
The “Function selector” button of the remote controller
permits ventilation mode switching for automatic,
Lossnay, and bypass ventilation. Bypass ventilation is
set at the time of night purge operation, and ventilation
mode switching is not possible.
The “Function selector” button of the remote controller
permits ventilation mode switching for automatic,
Lossnay, and bypass ventilation.
Fixed to automatic ventilation.
Level signal/pulse None
signal output
device and external
device only
Fixed to automatic ventilation.
Stand-alone/multiple Lossnay and
Lossnay remote
controller: PZ60DR-E
Stand-alone/multiple Lossnay and
Lossnay remote
controller: PZ52SF-E
M-NET
Lossnay central
control system
Lossnay remote controller
PZ-60DR-E
The “Function selector” button of the remote controller
permits ventilation mode switching for automatic ,
Lossnay, and bypass ventilation. Bypass ventilation is
set at the time of night purge operation, and ventilation
mode switching is not possible.
The “Function selector” button of the remote controller
permits ventilation mode switching for automatic ,
Lossnay, and bypass ventilation.
M-NET controller
The “Operation mode” button of the system remote controller and the centralized controller permits ventilation
mode switching for automatic , Lossnay, and bypass
ventilation.
(The schedule timer, ON/OFF remote controller, and the
group remote controller do not permit ventilation mode
selection.)
M-NET
System interlocked
with City Multi
indoor units
ME remote controller
PAR-F27MEA,
MA remote controller
PAR-20/21MAA
Fixed to automatic ventilation.
Lossnay remote controller
PZ-52SF-E
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3 Bypass ventilation prohibited
When the conditions described below are applicable, the ventilation mode will be fixed at Lossnay ventilation.
When bypass ventilation has been set from the remote controller or the system controller, damper operation
will be set to Lossnay ventilation, even though bypass ventilation is displayed on the ventilation mode display.
When the outdoor temperature is 8ºC or lower. (Product condensation prevention)
When bypass ventilation prohibition has been set under this condition, the prohibition will be cancelled
when the outdoor temperature goes from a temperature of less than 10 ºC to one higher than 10ºC.
When there is an outdoor temperature (Outdoor Air) thermistor fault.
When, in the automatic ventilation mode, there is an outdoor temperature (Outdoor Air) or indoor temperature (Return Air) thermistor fault.
When Lossnay is set to the automatic ventilation mode and interlocked with Mr.Slim or City Multi indoor units
set to the fan operation mode.
4 Damper operation
The damper provides control with a 30 second period. Accordingly, a delay of 30 seconds maximum may be
generated from ventilation mode switching to damper operation.
5 Automatic ventilation algorithm temperature map
Ventilation mode switching of Lossnay ventilation/Bypass ventilation in the automatic ventilation mode is in
accordance with the following map.
a. Systems interlocked with Mr. Slim and City Multi indoor units
The map will differ depending on the operation mode that has been set with the A-control remote controller
or the K-control remote controller for Mr. Slim, or the MA remote controller or the ME remote controller for
City Multi indoor units. There will be switching to the ventilation mode in conjunction with the set temperature of the air conditioner remote controller. Note that the “b” map will be followed while Mr. Slim and City
Multi indoor units are stopped.
Cooling mode
Heating mode
40
40
Outdoor temperature ºC
30
Undetermined area
Undetermined area
Remote controller
Set temperature
25
20
Bypass
Ventilation
15
10
Bypass ventilation
Prohibition temperature 8ºC
5
Bypass
Ventilation
35
Outdoor temperature ºC
Lossnay
Ventilation
35
30
25
Undetermined area
20
Bypass
Ventilation
15
10
Lossnay
Ventilation
5
0
Remote controller
Set temperature
4ºC
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Indoor temperature ºC
35
40
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Indoor temperature ºC
Lossnay ventilation area
Bypass ventilation area
Undetermined area
When operation starts under this condition, Lossnay ventilation will be activated.
When this condition is reached after operation starts, the current ventilation mode is maintained.
— 29 —
35
40
b. When there is no interlocking with Mr. Slim and City Multi indoor units
Pattern 1. Normal ventilation mode
When PZ-60DR-E is used, operation will be at the setting of automatic ventilation adjustment pattern “1”
of the remote controller function selection. When PZ-60DR-E is not used, operation will be at the OFF
setting of function selection switch (SW2-7) on the Lossnay circuit board.
When an outdoor temperature of 28ºC has not
been detected within 24 hours
Lossnay
Ventilation
35
Outdoor temperature ºC
40
Bypass
Ventilation
30
25
20
15
Undetermined area
10
Bypass ventilation
Prohibition temperature 8ºC
5
When an outdoor temperature of 28ºC has been
detected within 24 hours
Lossnay
Ventilation
35
Outdoor temperature ºC
40
30
Undetermined area
25
20
Bypass
Ventilation
15
10
Bypass ventilation
Prohibition temperature 8ºC
5
24ºC
24ºC
0
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Indoor temperature ºC
35
40
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Indoor temperature ºC
35
40
Lossnay ventilation area
Bypass ventilation area
Undetermined area
When operation starts under this condition, Lossnay ventilation will be activated.
When this condition is reached after operation starts, the current ventilation mode is maintained.
Pattern 2. Outdoor cooling priority mode
When the outdoor temperature is lower than the indoor temperature, this mode actively takes in the outdoor air for cooling.
When PZ-60DR-E is used, operation will be at the setting of automatic ventilation adjustment pattern “2”
of the remote controller function selection. When PZ-60DR-E is not used, operation will be at the ON setting of function selection switch (SW2-7) on the Lossnay circuit board.
When an outdoor temperature of 17ºC has not
been detected within 24 hours
40
40
30
30
25
Bypass
Ventilation
20
15
10
Lossnay
Ventilation
35
Outdoor temperature ºC
Outdoor temperature ºC
35
Lossnay
Ventilation
When an outdoor temperature of 17ºC has been
detected within 24 hours
Undetermined area
5 Bypass ventilation
Prohibition temperature 8ºC 19ºC
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Indoor temperature ºC
Undetermined area
25
Bypass
Ventilation
20
15
10
5
Bypass ventilation
Prohibition temperature 8ºC 19ºC
0
35
40
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Indoor temperature ºC
Lossnay ventilation area
Bypass ventilation area
Undetermined area
When operation starts under this condition, Lossnay ventilation will be activated.
When this condition is reached after operation starts, the current ventilation mode is maintained.
— 30 —
35
40
6 Ventilation mode change recommendation (RECOMMENDED, VENTILATION MODE) display
When using PZ-60DR-E and the ventilation mode is set to Lossnay ventilation or bypass ventilation, “RECOMMENDED” and “VENTILATION MODE” may be displayed alternately (for 10 minutes maximum). This
function informs the user of the suitable ventilation mode according to the automatic ventilation algorithm.
When a ventilation mode change recommendation has been displayed, more comfortable ventilation can be
provided by pressing the “Function selector” button of the remote controller and switching to another ventilation mode.
(We recommend that “AUTO” be selected for the ventilation mode; however, there is no problem in leaving
the ventilation mode unchanged with “RECOMMENDED” “VENTILATION MODE” displayed.)
(5) Interlocking with external devices
1 Input signal
The system will interlock with the following input signals from external devices and start/stop.
Multiple units systems having multiple Lossnay units, input the signal to the “Main” Lossnay.
Type
Signal, and operation
Level signal Charged 12 V DC/24 V DC
Operation signal: 12 V DC/24 V DC
Stop signal
:0V
Uncharged a-contact
(Current drawn: 10 mA or greater)
Operation signal: Close
Stop signal
: Open
Pulse signal Charged
12 V DC/24 V DC
Uncharged a-contact
Start/stop is inverted with each
pulse
Systems
interlocked
with Mr.
Slim
Pulse width 200 ms or greater
• Connect the signal cable of Mr. Slim to Lossnay, and perform the Lossnay interlock settings from the A-control
remote controller or the K-control remote controller.
• The system is started/stopped by interlocking with
Start/Stop of the A-control remote controller or K-control
remote controller.
• The system is started/stopped by interlocking with the ventilation setting of the A-control remote controller.
• The Mr. Slim operation mode, target temperature, and other
internal information can also be brought in.
Systems
• City Multi indoor units and Lossnay are connected by Minterlocked
NET, and the Lossnay interlock setting is performed from
with
the remote controller or system controller.
Mitsubishi
• The system is started/stopped by interlocking with
City Multi
Start/Stop of the MA remote controller or ME remote conindoor units troller and the ventilation setting.
• The City Multi indoor unit operation mode, target temperature, and other internal information can also be brought in.
— 31 —
Setting Method
PZ-60DR-E Not Used
PZ-60DR-E
(Remote controller (Function selection switch)
function selection)
Pulse input setting SW2-2: OFF
“oFF”
Pulse input setting SW2-2: ON
“on”
PZ-60DR-E
SW2-2: OFF
(Lossnay remote
controller) cannot be used.
Pulse input setting SW2-2: OFF
“oFF”
2 Interlock mode
Lossnay can set the following 4 types of interlock modes for the start/stop signal from the external device.
Setting Method
Interlock
mode
ON/OFF
interlock
(Remote
controller
last touch
operation
permitted)
PZ-52SF-E or remote
Other than pulse signal
PZ-60DR-E
PZ-41SLB-E
controller not used
input
(Remote controller (Interlock (Function selecfunction selection)*1
mode)
tion switch)
The start/stop condition Lossnay will start with Interlock mode
SW5-7: OFF
1
will be reversed each
(Factory SW5-8: OFF
the operation signal of setting selection
time the pulse signal is the external device, and “onoF”
setting) (Factory setting)
input.
Lossnay will stop with (Factory setting)
the stop signal.
Pulse signal input
ON interlock Lossnay will start when
the pulse signal is
input.
Stopping is by remote
controller.
OFF inter- Lossnay will stop when
lock
the pulse signal is input.
Starting is by remote
controller.
Lossnay will start with
the start signal of the
external device.
Stopping is by remote
controller.
Lossnay will stop with
the stop signal of the
external device.
Starting is by remote
control.
External
Same as ON/OFF inter- Same as ON/OFF interlocked.
input priority locked.
ON/OFF
Note that during operainterlock
tion that started with a
signal from the external
device, stopping by
remote controller will
not be possible.
Interlock mode
setting
“on”
2
SW5-7: ON
SW5-8: OFF
Interlock mode
setting
“oFF”
3
SW5-7: OFF
SW5-8: ON
Interlock mode
setting
“oUT”
4
SW5-7: ON
SW5-8: ON
*1: Display of LCD when setting is by PZ-60DR-E remote controller
3 Delay operation
This function delays the starting of Lossnay for 30 minutes with respect to the start signal from the external
device (and for 10 to 60 minutes when using PZ-41SLB-E). When using remote controllers other than PZ41SLB-E, LED1 on the Lossnay circuit board will light during delay operation. Also, when using PZ-60DR-E
and PZ-41SLB-E, there will be a display of the delay time.
Setting Method
PZ-60DR-E
PZ-41SLB-E
(Remote controller func(Delay starting time)
tion selection)
Normal operation Delay operation setting 0 minutes
“oFF”
(Factory setting)
(Factory setting)
Function settings
PZ-52SF-E or remote
controller not used
(Function selection switch)
SW5-1: OFF
(Factory setting)
Delay operation setting 10 to 60 minutes (in 10- SW5-1: ON
“on”
minute units)
Note that delay operation will be disabled under the following condition
When the start signal from the external device is a pulse signal.
When the system is interlocked with Mr. Slim or City Multi indoor units set to the fan operation mode.
When the system is restarted within 2 hours of Lossnay stop.
When the interlock mode is set to “OFF Interlock”.
Delay operation
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(6) External input/output terminals on the Lossnay circuit board
Located on the Lossnay circuit board are terminals for the external output of the Lossnay operating condition,
and input terminals for external switching of the Lossnay fan speed and ventilation mode.
1 Output terminals
The function and contact rating of each output terminal are described below.
“Operation monitor” and “Bypass operation monitor” are in common with “Operation monitor with delay function 1” and “Operation monitor with delay function 2”, respectively.
(Switch with the DIP switch on the Lossnay circuit board. Refer to page 38 and 39.)
Contact Rating
Signal
Form
Maximum
Minimum
220 V AC, 100 mA
Malfunction moni- Turned ON (closed) at time TM3 7, 8 Uncharged 240 V AC, 1 A
5 V DC, 100 mA
tor
of Lossnay malfunction.
a-contact
24 V DC, 1 A
*1
Output
Function
Output
Terminal
Operation monitor Turned ON (closed) at time TM4 9, 0 Uncharged 240 V AC, 2 A
*3
of Lossnay operation.
a-contact
24 V DC, 2 A
This can also be turned ON
(closed) at time of air supply fan operation.
Operation monitor Turned ON (closed) 10 seconds after start of air supply
with delay funcfan.
tion 1
220 V AC, 100 mA
5 V DC, 100 mA
Bypass operation
monitor
Operation
monitor with delay
function 2
220 V AC, 100 mA
5 V DC, 100 mA
Turned ON (closed) at time TM3 6, 7 Uncharged 240 V AC, 1 A
of bypass ventilation.
a-contact
24 V DC, 1 A
*2
Turned ON (closed) 10 seconds after start of air supply
fan when outdoor air temperature is -5ºC or lower.
Turned OFF (open) when
outdoor air temperature is
15ºC or higher.
*1 Terminal 7 of TM3 is a common terminal with bypass operation monitor/operation monitor with delay function
2 output 7.
*2 Terminal 7 of TM3 is a common terminal with malfunction monitor output 7.
*3 The operation monitor can also be used as an air supply fan operation monitor with the setting described
below.
< When using PZ-60DR-E >
Set “2” for operation monitor output of function selection.
< When not using PZ-60DR-E >
Set the operation monitor output switch on the Lossnay circuit board
(SW5-2) to ON. (This function cannot be used when operation monitor
with delay function 1 has been set.)
2 Input terminals
a. High/Low/Extra Low fan speed switching input
This is used for external switching of the fan speed by means of a commercially available CO2 sensor, etc.
Operation During the input of High (Extra High)/Low/Extra Low fan speed selection, PZ-60DR-E displays
“Automatic Fan Speed” indicator. The set fan speed cannot be changed while “Automatic Fan
Speed” is displayed due to operation restrictions. Other remote controllers and system controllers can change the fan speed display; however, the fan will remain fixed at the input fan
speed selection of High (Extra High)/Low/Extra Low.
Multiple When using PZ-60DR-E in a system of multiple Lossnay units, input of High (Extra
High)/Low/Extra Low fan speed into the “Main” Lossnay will permit the switching of the fan
units
speed of all Lossnay units within the same group. When not using PZ-60DR-E, input
High/Low/Extra Low fan speed into each Lossnay unit. In this case, the setting is applied only to
the Lossnay units that have received the High/Low/Extra Low input.
• A remote display adaptor (PAC-SA88HA-E), which is sold separately, is required for the connections.
• The LGH-150 and 200 types cannot use the Extra Low fan speed selection input.
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[1] When operating on High (Extra High) fan speed via external input
Usually, ventilation is performed at Low/Extra Low fan speed, and there is automatic switching to High
(Extra High) fan speed when dirty indoor air is detected by a CO2 sensor, etc.
Insert the remote display adaptor (PAC-SA88HA-E) into the connector (CN16) on the Lossnay circuit
board, and input the signal (uncharged a-contact) from a CO2 sensor to the brown and red lines. When
the contacts in the diagram below are ON (closed), the system will switch to High (Extra High) fan speed
regardless of the fan speed settings on the remote controller or the system controller.
CO2 sensor, etc.
(At time of CO2 increase: Close)
Contact rating: 15 V DC, 0.1 A or greater
Minimum applicable load: 1 mA or less
Insulation
processing
Remote display adaptor
(Sold separately)
PAC-SA88HA-E
Lossnay circuit board
CN16
Brown 1
Red 2
Fan speed/ventilation
Orange 3
mode switching
Yellow 4
Green 5
Wiring length within 10 m
[2] When operating on Low fan speed via external input
Usually, ventilation is performed at High (Extra High) fan speed, and there is automatic switching to Low
fan speed when an absence of dirty indoor air is detected by a CO2 sensor, etc.
Insert the remote display adaptor (PAC-SA88HA-E) into the connector (CN16) on the Lossnay circuit
board, and input the signal (uncharged a-contact) from a CO2 sensor to the brown and orange lines.
When the contacts in the diagram below are ON (closed), the system will switch to Low fan speed
regardless of the fan speed settings on the remote controller or the system controller.
CO2 sensor, etc.
(At time of CO2 decrease: Close)
Contact rating: 15 V DC, 0.1 A or greater Insulation
Minimum applicable load: 1 mA or less
processing
Remote display adaptor
(Sold separately)
Lossnay circuit board
PAC-SA88HA-E
CN16
Brown 1
Red 2
Fan speed /ventilation
Orange 3
mode switching
Yellow4
Green 5
Wiring length within 10 m
[3] When operating on Extra Low fan speed via external input (The LGH-150 and 200 types cannot be
used)
Usually, ventilation is performed at High (Extra High)/Low fan speed, and there is automatic switching to
Extra Low fan speed when an absence of dirty indoor air is detected by a CO2 sensor, etc.
Insert the remote display adaptor (PAC-SA88HA-E) into the connector (CN16) on the Lossnay circuit
board, and input the signal (uncharged a-contact) from a CO2 sensor to the brown and yellow lines.
When the contacts in the diagram below are ON (closed), the system will switch to Extra Low fan speed
regardless of the fan speed settings on the remote controller or the system controller.
Remote display adaptor
(Sold separately)
PAC-SA88HA-E
CO2 sensor, etc.
(At time of CO2 decrease: Close)
Contact rating: 15 V DC, 0.1 A or greater
Minimum applicable load: 1 mA or less
Insulation
processing
Wiring length within 10 m
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Brown 1
Red 2
Orange 3
Yellow 4
Green 5
Lossnay circuit board
CN16
Fan speed/ventilation
mode switching
b. Bypass ventilation switching input
This is used to force a changeover of the ventilation mode to bypass ventilation by means of the input of an
external switch, etc.
Operation During the input of bypass ventilation switching, the ventilation mode display of the remote con-
troller and the system controller will change to bypass ventilation. With PZ-60DR-E, the
ventilation mode setting cannot be changed due to operation restrictions. Even using a different
remote controller or system controller to change the ventilation mode setting will result in an
automatic return to bypass ventilation.
Note that when the conditions of bypass ventilation prohibition are applicable, the ventilation
mode display of the remote controller and the system controller will remain as bypass ventilation; however, only damper operation will be fixed at Lossnay (heat exchange) ventilation.
Multiple When using PZ-60DR-E in a system of multiple Lossnay units, input of bypass ventilation
switching into the “Main” Lossnay will permit the switching of the ventilation mode of all
units
Lossnay units within the same group. When not using PZ-60DR-E, input bypass ventilation
switching into each Lossnay unit. (The setting is applied only to the Lossnay units that have
received input.)
A remote display adaptor (PAC-SA88HA-E), which is sold separately, is required for the connections.
Insert the remote display adaptor (PAC-SA88HA-E) into the connector (CN16) on the Lossnay circuit board,
and input the signal (uncharged a-contact) from an external switch to the brown and green lines. When the
switch is ON (closed) in the diagram below, the system will switch to bypass ventilation regardless of the ventilation mode setting of the remote controller and the system controller.
External switch, etc.
(At time of bypass ventilation: Closed)
Contact rating: 15 V DC, 0.1 A or greater
Minimum applicable load: 1 mA or less
Insulation
processing
Remote display adaptor
(Sold separately)
Lossnay circuit board
PAC-SA88HA-E
CN16
Brown 1
Red 2
Orange 3
Fan speed/ventilation
mode switching
Yellow 4
Green 5
Wiring length within 10 m
(7) Remote/Local switching
This is used to prohibit Starting-Stopping from the remote controller.
A remote ON/OFF adaptor (PAC-SE55RA-E), which is sold separately, is required.
Insert the remote ON/OFF adaptor (PAC-SE55RA-E) into the connector for remote switching (CN32) on the
Lossnay circuit board, and connect the remote control signal (uncharged a-contact).
Note: This function cannot be used when using PZ-41SLB-E.
Remote control switch
Remote ON/OFF adaptor (Sold separately)
PAC-SE55RA-E
Lossnay circuit board
Orange 1
Red 2
Switch
2
Brown 3
Switch
1
CN32
Remote/Local
switching
Wiring length within 10 m
Start/stop operation is not possible with the remote controller when switch 1 is ON.
While switch 1 is ON, turning switch 2 ON will start Lossnay, and turning switch 2 OFF will stop Lossnay.
* Remote/Local switching and operation interlocked with an external device (external control input) cannot be
used together.
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(8) Trial operation function
This function operates Lossnay without the need of a device (such as a remote controller, or an external device)
to control Lossnay.
This function permits verification of the connection condition of the AC line and wiring when Lossnay has been
set up.
Also, Lossnay can be forced to operate even when the system is down.
• Trial operation mode
Setting the trial operation switch (SW 2-1) on the Lossnay circuit board to ON will set the High (Extra High) fan
speed operation mode. The damper will be fixed at bypass ventilation for approximately 1 minute, and then the
system will be fixed at Lossnay ventilation.
Control target
Operation
Fan
Air supply side, and exhaust side fan will both be High (Extra High) fan speed
Damper motor Bypass ventilation (normal ventilation) fixed
* If the Lossnay remote controller or the centralized controller have been set, you can verify on the display of the
LCD that Lossnay is in the trial operation mode.
(9) Night Purge operation
PZ-60DR-E is required to perform night purge operation.
Night purge operation is used in the summer to automatically ventilate a room at night while the air conditioner is
stopped, to discharge accumulated heat and there by reduce the air conditioning load the next morning.
If Night purge is enabled per the “Installation Manual” [5. Function Selection [5] (8)], night purge operation will be
performed based on the flowchart shown in the next page.
From 1:00 A.M. to 6:00 A.M, “Night Purge” indicator is shown on the screen (at 1 ).
1
2
• The fan speed will revert to the last setting before the Lossnay unit was stopped.
• Night purge operation is terminated in any of the following conditions (1 to 4), and is not resumed until the
start conditions of the next day are reached.
1 Between 6:00 and 0:59
2 When the operation is stopped between 1:00 and 6:00 with a remote controller or system controller
3 When the operation is switched on or off between 1:00 and 6:00 by a scheduled timer (Weekly timer)
4 When the operation is switched on or off between 1:00 and 6:00 by an air conditioner, an external control
input or a remote input
Note:
• Night purge can be performed when the clock use setting is ON (use clock) in Function Selection.
• The Function Selector cannot be switched during Night purge operation. (“Locked” 2 will blink.)
• Night purge cannot be used with the Simple timer.
• Night purge settings can be checked in the Function Selection mode.
• When more than one Lossnay units are running, the temperature is measured by the “Main” Lossnay.
• Night purge is not performed when “CENTRAL” is displayed.
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Night Purge mode is active; no operation
No
1:00 A.M.
Yes
No
The outdoor temperature (OA) setting can be selected either 17ºC or
28ºC by using Dip-Switch (SW2-7) in the Lossnay control box.
Refer to the remote controller installation manual for more information.
Outdoor
temperature 17ºC/28ºC
or more (within 24
hours)
*1
Yes
Temperature monitoring
operation (5 minutes)
Indoor
temperature > 22ºC and
Indoor temperature
- Outdoor temperature
> 5ºC
No
Yes
Night Purge operation
(Bypass ventilation)
6:00 A.M.
55-minute stop
No
Yes
Night Purge
operating
Yes
No
Finish Night Purge
operation (Stop)
*1: When Lossnay is interlocked with the City Multi indoor units, “Stop of Lossnay during interlocked operation
with the City Multi operating in cooling mode” is another necessary condition in addition to that of “Detection
of an outdoor temperature of 17 ºC or 28 ºC or higher (within 24 hours)”.
(Night Purge operation will be performed when either of these necessary conditions has been satisfied.)
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(10) Setting of function selection switches (SW1, 2, and 5)
The associated switches are as listed below.
* This function can also be set from PZ-60DR-E. When the function has been switched from the remote controller later on, the system will operate according to the setting of the remote controller.
Name
Type
SW1 Main/Sub selection switch
SW2 1 Trial operation
2 Pulse input *
Specification
Lossnay control mode (Main/Sub) switching (The factory setting is set
to “Main”.)
ON : Trial operation mode
OFF: Normal mode (Factory setting)
ON : At time of pulse signal input (Requires a pulse width of 200 ms or
greater)
OFF: At time of Level signal and Mr. Slim signal inputs (Factory setting)
3 Power supply/exhaust when
operation starts *
4 SA fan fixed at Low speed *
5
6
7
8
9
10
SW5 1
2
3
4
ON : Power supply exhaust mode
OFF: Normal mode (Factory setting)
ON : Low fan speed fixed
OFF: Normal mode (Factory setting)
EA fan fixed at Low speed *
ON : Low fan speed fixed
OFF: Normal mode (Factory setting)
Power supply ON/OFF *
ON : Enable
Note 2
OFF: Disable (Factory setting)
Bypass ventilation priority at
ON : Automatic ventilation outdoor air cooling priority mode / Night
Automatic mode *
purge operation condition of outdoor air temperature is 17ºC or
Temperature condition for
higher (within 24 hours)
Night purge operation
OFF: Automatic ventilation normal mode / Night purge operation condition of outdoor air temperature is 28ºC or higher (within 24 hours)
(Factory setting)
TM4 9, 0 output setting
ON : Operation monitor output with delay function 1. Refer to (3) 2
Fan speed control by function setting (page 26), and (6) 1
Output terminals (page 33).
OFF: Operation monitor output based on SW5-2 (Factory setting)
Supply Extra High/High *
ON : Supply air fan Extra High fan speed
OFF: Supply air fan High fan speed (Factory setting)
Exhaust Extra High/High *
ON : Exhaust air fan Extra High fan speed
OFF: Exhaust air fan High fan speed (Factory setting)
Delay setting *
ON : Delay operation of 30 minutes
Note 2
OFF: Normal (Factory setting)
Operation output monitor *
ON : Operation monitor output correspond to air supply fan
OFF: Operation monitor output with normal operation (Factory setting)
Exhaust fan stop during air
ON : Both Exhaust air fan and Supply air fan (Low fan speed) operaconditioner defrost *
tion at outdoor air temperature of -15ºC or lower
Exhaust fan Low fan speed at OFF: Exhaust fan operation (Only Supply air fan stopped) (Factory setoutdoor air temperature of ting)
15ºC or lower *
Automatic recovery after
ON : After the recovery, operation at the mode preceding the power
power failure *
failure
Note 2
OFF: Stop after the recovery (Factory setting)
5 Filter cleaning setting *
Note 2
Selection switch for accumulated running time of the filter cleaning display.
ON : 3,000 hours
OFF: No filter maintenance display (Factory setting)
6 TM3 6, 7 output setting
ON : Operation monitor output with delay functions 2. Refer to (3) 2
Fan speed control by function setting (page 26), and (6) 1
Output terminals (page 33).
OFF: Bypass ventilation operation monitor output (Factory setting)
Effective only at time of external control input usage.
Refer to (5) 2 Interlock mode (page 32).
7 Interlock mode setting *
8 Note 2
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Type
Name
Specification
SW5 9 Exhaust fan stop at outdoor air ON : Both Supply air fan and Exhaust air fan stop
temperature of -15ºC or lower * OFF: Exhaust air fan operation (Only Supply air fan stopped) (Factory
setting)
10 Type setting
LGH-15 to 100 type
: Fixed at OFF
Note 1
LGH-150 and 200 type : Fixed at ON
Note 1: Set LGH-15 to 100 types to the OFF setting, and LGH-150 and 200 types to the ON setting. The system
will not operate properly when the setting is changed.
Note 2: When PZ-41SLB-E is used, the settings will be disabled for SW2-6, SW 5-1, SW5-4, SW5-5, and SW57, and SW5-8.
(Operation after a recovery from a power failure will be fixed at power failure automatic recovery, and
functions other than this will be according to the setting of PZ-41SLB-E.)
Note 3: When the aforementioned switches (SW2, and SW5) are at the factory setting, type LGH-15 to 100 will
all be at the OFF setting, and type LGH-150 and 200 will all be set to OFF except for SW5-10.
When replacing the circuit board, set the new board to the same setting as that of the board prior to
replacement.
• Main/Sub selection switch
In systems of only one Lossnay unit, be sure to set it to “Main”.
In systems with multiple Lossnay units, be sure that one unit is set to “Main”, and that all the others are set to
“Sub”.
When interlocked with an external device, be sure to connect the external device to the Lossnay that is set to
“Main”.
When using PZ-60DR-E and mixing the LGH-15 to 100 types together with the LGH-150 and 200 types in a
group, set the LGH-15 to 100 types as “Main”. (When the LGH-150 and 200 types are set to “Main”, Extra
Low operation will not be possible.)
(11) Function selection with PZ-60DR-E
When using PZ-60DR-E, function selection can be made from the remote controller.
Functions can be switched from PZ-60DR-E even after the function selection switch has been set on the
Lossnay circuit board.
(Settings from PZ-60DR-E will have priority over function selection switch settings of the Lossnay circuit board.)
When two remote controllers are used, “24HR VENTILATION”, “LOSSNAY FUNCTION”, and “INTERLOCK SETTING” can be set only on the “Main” remote controller.
The “Main” and “Sub” remote controller will be determined automatically by communication when the main unit
power is turned on. The side on which “24HR VENTILATION”, “LOSSNAY FUNCTION”, and “INTERLOCK SETTING” are displayed is the “Main” remote controller.
* For information about operation of PZ-60DR-E, refer to the Lossnay remote controller PZ-60DR-E Installation
Manual and the Operating Instructions.
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1 Function selection mode
The following functions can be changed with PZ-60DR-E function selection mode. Please change the settings
as needed.
Major items
Change
Language
Intermediate
items (Names)
English display
Dot matrix
display
Selection
display
German display
Dot matrix display characters
(Factory setting)
Dot matrix display characters
German
Spanish display
Dot matrix display characters
Spanish
Russian display
Dot matrix display characters
Russian
Italian display
Dot matrix display characters
Italian
Chinese display
Dot matrix display characters
Chinese
French display
Dot matrix display characters
French
Dot matrix display characters
Japanese
Japanese display
Function limit Button operation
restricted mode
(Operation lock)
oFF
no1
no2
24 hour ventilation setting
(The LGH-150
and 200 types
cannot be set)
Mode
selection
Notes
Function
Clock use setting
oFF
on
oFF
on
Timer function
setting
English
Without operation lock (Factory setting)
Lock with the exception of the “ON/OFF” button
All button lock
Stops operation by pressing the “ON/OFF”
button during operation (Factory setting)
Extra Low fan speed operation by pressing
the “ON/OFF” button during operation
To stop, press the “ON/OFF” button twice
within 3 seconds, or hold down the “ON/OFF”
button for 5 seconds
Clock function is not used
Use the clock function (Factory setting)
Use the weekly timer (Factory setting)
This cannot be selected unless the clock
function is used
Use the simple timer
Clock (time, day of the week) is not displayed
Timer is not used
Display
change
Contact number
setting
(Display contact
information when
there is a fault)
Filter maintenance sign setting
Lossnay core
maintenance
sign setting
—
*1
*2
*3
*4
Contact information is not displayed when
there is a fault (Factory setting)
The telephone number that has been set is
displayed at time of fault
on
oFF
on
oFF
With “FILTER CLEANING” maintenance sign
display
Without “FILTER CLEANING” maintenance
sign display (Factory setting)
With “CORE CLEANING” maintenance sign
display
Without “CORE CLEANING” maintenance
sign display (Factory setting)
*5
—
—
*1: To execute the operation lock, the execution operation (of holding down the “Filter” button and the “ON/OFF”
button simultaneously for 2 seconds) is required at the normal screen.
To cancel, the same operation is also required.
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*2: When the 24 hour ventilation setting is ON, “24HR VENTILATION” is displayed during Extra Low fan speed
operation.
When the pulse input setting is ON, the 24 hour ventilation setting is not permitted.
When using two remote controllers, the 24 hour ventilation setting is not permitted from the “Sub” remote
controller.
Even during the High/Low fan speed switching input (Refer to page 33 and 34), 24 hour ventilation (Extra
Low fan speed operation) will be given priority.
*3: When using weekly timer and night purge operation, please set clock use to on.
*4: When using the simple timer, night purge operation will not be possible.
*5: When the contact information display is set at the time of a fault, pressing the “Clear” button of the remote
controller will display the number that was set.
When two remote controllers are used, the following settings are permitted for the “Main” remote controller only.
Major items
Installation
setting
Intermediate
items (Names)
Supply fan
speed setting
Dot matrix
display
Selection
display
SH: L
H: L
L
Exhaust fan
speed setting
SH: L
H: L
L
Power
supply/exhaust
when operation
starts
Sub Lossnay
setting
oFF
on
RC
dIP
Power supply
ON/OFF/AUTO
oFF
on
AUTo
Operation monitor output selection
Exhaust fan speed
selection for cold
region intermittent
operation
(at outdoor air
temperature of
-15ºC or lower)
Night purge setting
Automatic ventilation adjustment pattern
selection
1
2
oFF
Lo
on
oFF
on
1
2
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Function
Used at Extra High fan speed/Low fan speed
Used at High fan speed/Low fan speed
(Factory setting)
Fixed at Low fan speed (Multiple ventilation
mode)
Used at Extra High fan speed/Low fan speed
Used at High fan speed/Low fan speed
(Factory setting)
Fixed at Low fan speed (Multiple ventilation
mode)
Do not execute power supply/exhaust when
operation starts (Factory setting)
Execute power supply/exhaust when operation starts (30 minutes)
Enable function settings from the remote controller to the “sub” Lossnay (Factory setting)
Disable function settings from the remote
controller to the “sub” Lossnay
Stop when the power supply is turned on
(Factory setting)
Start when the power supply is turned on
Operate at the condition prior to turning off
the power
Corresponding to the operation monitor output exhaust fan (Factory setting)
Corresponding to the operation monitor output air supply fan
Notes
—
—
*6
*7
—
*8
Exhaust fan stop
Exhaust fan operates at Low fan speed (fixed)
Exhaust fan normal operation (without fan
speed change) (Factory setting)
Night purge disabled (Factory setting)
Night purge enabled
Automatic ventilation normal mode / Night
purge operation condition of outdoor air temperature is 28ºC or higher (within 24 hours)
(Factory setting)
Automatic ventilation outdoor air cooling priority mode / Night purge operation condition
of outdoor air temperature is 17ºC or higher
(within 24 hours)
*9
*10
*11
Major items
Interlocking
item setting
Intermediate
items (Names)
Interlock mode
selection
Dot matrix
display
Pulse input setting
Delay operation
setting
Exhaust operation setting during air conditioner defrosting
Selection
display
Function
onoF
on
oFF
oUT
oFF
on
oFF
on
ON/OFF interlocked (Factory setting)
ON interlocked
OFF interlocked
External input signal priority
Without pulse input (Factory setting)
With pulse input
Without delay operation (Factory setting)
With delay operation (for 30 minutes)
oFF
Exhaust fan stop
on
Exhaust fan operation (Factory setting)
Notes
*12
*13
*14
*9
*6 : Pressing the “fan speed adjustment” button during the power supply/exhaust operation at the start of operation will result in a change of the fan speed.
*7 : Only the following functions will be supported. “Supply fan speed” “Exhaust fan speed” “Power
supply/exhaust when operation starts”
*8 : The setting of the operation monitor output selection will be disabled when the setting is to Operation monitor output with delay function 1 with the TM4 9, 0) output setting switch (SW2-8) on the Lossnay circuit
board, or when the setting is to Operation monitor output with delay function 2 with the TM3 6, 7 output
setting switch (SW5-6).
*9: When cold region intermittent operation or air conditioner defrost operation has been set during Extra Low
fan speed operation, the supply fan will stop, and the exhaust fan will operate at Low fan speed or stop.
*10: When clock use is OFF and the simple timer is used, night purge operation will not be performed.
Switching of the ventilation mode will not be possible during night purge operation (Bypass ventilation fixed)
*11: Refer to (4) 5 Automatic ventilation algorithm temperature map.
*12: External input priority will not be possible when the pulse input setting is ON.
*13: When the pulse input setting is ON, the 24 hour ventilation setting is not permitted.
*14: Delayed operation will not be possible when the pulse input setting is ON.
2 Maintenance mode
This mode displays the total operation hours of Lossnay, checks the Lossnay address, and displays the error
history.
Notes
• If the remote controller Maintenance mode is entered during timer operation, the timer operation will be cancelled. Set timer operation after completing the remote controller Maintenance mode.
• When using two remote controllers, if one remote controller is set to remote controller Maintenance mode,
“
” will be displayed in the other remote controller and its operation will be disabled.
• Button response may at times be slow due to communication processing; this is not an error.
Normal display (Display when
the Lossnay unit is not running)
(Hold down the A button and simultaneously
press the F button for 2 seconds.)
(Hold down the A button and simultaneously
press the F button for 2 seconds, or L button)
Remote Controller Maintenance Mode
Intermediate Items
Major items
Total operation
hours monitor
Press the
B button.
Total operation hours display
Press the B button.
Total operation hours of Lossnay ventilation display
Press the
A button.
Press the
A button.
Lossnay
address
Press the
B button.
Press the B button.
Lossnay address switch condition
Press the B button.
Self diagnosis (Error history/Error history clear)
Press the B button.
Press the
A button.
Memory clearance
Press the B button.
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Total operation hours, Maintenance items display
Dot display
ON/OFF button
button
CLEAR button
MENU (MONITOR/SET) button
Back button
Major items
Total operation hours
monitor
Intermediate
items (Names)
Total operation
hours display
Total operation
hours of
Lossnay ventilation display
Maintenance Lossnay
address switch
condition
Dot matrix
display
Function
Notes
Displays the total Lossnay operation hours.
(The 10,000 and 100,000 hours digits are displayed in
the air supply temperature display area)
Displays the total operation hours when the damper is
on the Lossnay side (Lossnay ventilation condition).
(The 10,000 and 100,000 hours digits are displayed in
the air supply temperature display area)
*15
Displays the address switch condition of the “Main”
Lossnay.
(Example: 001 will be displayed when the address is
number 01)
—
Self diagnosis
(Error
history/Error
history clear)
Alternately displays at a 0.5 second interval the error
number, generated attribute, and address as the latest
error history stored with the remote controller. This displays the error number and the attribute when the
address has not been set (i.e., address 00).
“FFFF” will be displayed when the error history is not
available.
*16
Memory clearance
Returns all of the remote controller settings and stored
content to the factory setting.
Hold down the “Clear” button of the remote controller. A
change of the display from “rdy” to “End” will indicate
the completion of memory clearance.
*17
*15: Performing the memory clearance operation of the maintenance mode will clear the total operation hours.
*16: Two presses of the remote controller “Clear” button during the self diagnosis display will clear the error history.
Note also that performing the memory clearance operation of the maintenance mode will clear the error history.
*17: The setting content that is stored by the Lossnay unit will not be cleared; therefore, after executing memory
clearance, use the remote controller to perform the function settings again.
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(12) Operation sequence flowchart
Power On
System with Lossnay
remote controller
System without Lossnay
remote controller
Selection
switch input
YES
NO
Is there a Lossnay
remote controller?
Data input
Temperature data
(Outdoor air temperature/Indoor
temperature)
Data input
Temperature data
(Outdoor air temperature/Indoor
temperature)
Diverse error detection
Diverse error detection
Operation instruction
by Lossnay remote
controller or external
device?
NO
NO
Start instruction
by external
control input?
YES
YES
Selection by
remote controller
Fan
NO
Stop
High (Extra
High) fan
speed
Low fan
speed
Extra Low fan speed
operation when
using PZ-60DR-E
(other than the
LGH -150 and 200
types )
Are the PAC, MA
remote controller or
the A-control remote
controller used?
YES
Stop
Selection by PAC
remote controller
High (Extra
High) fan speed
Low fan
speed
High (Extra
High) fan speed
Damper
control
mode
YES
Outdoor
temperature <8ºC
NO
Heat exchange
ventilation fixed
Bypass
ventilation
fixed
Selection by remote
controller
Automatic
ventilation by
temperature data
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Heat exchange
ventilation fixed
Automatic
ventilation by
temperature data
Automatic
ventilation by
PAC operation
mode, target
temperature, and
temperature data
7. Troubleshooting
I Work precautions
• When removing or touching a transformer, printed circuit board or other parts, make sure to turn off the power
supply isolator.
• When removing the circuit board, always hold it at both ends and remove carefully so as not to apply force to
the surface mounted parts.
• When removing the circuit board, be careful of the metal edges on the board.
• When removing or inserting the connectors for the circuit board, hold the entire housing section. Never pull on
the lead wires.
• When servicing, be sure to recreate the malfunction two or three times before starting repairs.
• If it is thought that there is a printed circuit board malfunction, check for disconnected wires in the print pattern,
burnt parts or discoloration.
• If the printed circuit board is replaced, make sure that the switch settings on the new board are the same as the
old board.
7-1 Service Flowchart
Check items
1 Condition of trouble – remote controller display, etc.
2 Frequency of trouble – date of start of operation and occurrence
3 Occurrence timing
4 Existence of drawings, equipment (including
controllers), cables, wiring, and settings.
Troubleshooting 1
No
Yes
Troubleshooting 2
Applicable models
Lossnay
LGH-15 to 200RX5-E
Remote controller
PZ-60DR-E
PZ-41SLB-E
PZ-52SF-E
The system will not start properly.
•Check the initialization checklist from
installation to operation (Table 1-1-1 to 1-1-4 ).
•Check the system checklist (Table 1-2-1 to 1-2-2).
•An error code displays on the remote
controller.
•The LED on the Lossnay circuit board is
blinking or lit up.
Yes
No
Troubleshooting 3
Check the checklist of error codes and
LED displays (Table 2-1 to 2-2).
The remote controller operation is
disabled or irregular.
Yes
No
Troubleshooting 4
Check the checklist for the remote controllers
(Table 3-1 to 3-2).
The Lossnay operation is disabled or
irregular.
Yes
No
This is normal.
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Check the Lossnay checklist (Table 4).
7-2 Checklist
(1)Troubleshooting 1: The system will not start properly.
Initialization checklist from installation to operation (Table 1-1)
After checking the system, verify the checkpoints listed below.
Power supply (Table 1-1-1)
No.
1
Action
Checkpoint
Is the main power supply on?
Turn on the main power supply.
2
Do the main power supply switching capacity and wiring diameter meet
specification?
Use specified items.
3
Is the specified power supply of 220 to 240 V AC connected to the power
supply terminal (TM1)?
Connect the specified power supply.
4
Has the fuse (FUSE 1) on the circuit board blown?
Replace the circuit board.
5
Are connector CN1 of the transformer primary and connector CN2 of the
transformer secondary on the circuit board securely connected?
Connect them securely.
6
Is the power supply wiring incorrectly wired, or is there a faulty connection?
Make secure connections.
7
Is power display LED4 (red) on the circuit board unlit?
Check the above checkpoints.
Transmission cables (Table 1-1-2)
Check the following checkpoints when connecting with the remote controller, M-NET controller, or City Multi indoor units.
No.
1
Action
Checkpoint
Do the transmission cables meet regulations? (Type, diameter)
Use specified cables.
2
Is the transmission cable wired at least 5 cm away from the power supply
cable?
Wire the transmission cable at least
5 cm away from the power supply
cable.
3
Are multiple transmission or signal cables wired to the same power cable
duct?
Wire the transmission cables away
from the signal cables.
4
Are multiple transmission cables wired with multi core cables?
Using suitable cables, wire the
transmission cables so that they are
separated from one another.
5
Are the transmission cables securely connected to the terminals?
Connect them securely.
6
Are the transmission cables connected to the specified terminal blocks?
Connect them to the specified terminal blocks.
Basic system (PZ-60DR-E, PZ-41SLB-E): TM4 1, 2
M-NET control: TAB5 A , B
7
Is the wiring length of the transmission cable within the regulations?
Basic system (PZ-60DR-E, PZ-41SLB-E): Total extension within 500 m
M-NET control: Maximum extension within 200 m, total extension within 500 m
8
Is the Main/Sub selection switch (SW1) on the Lossnay circuit board set
correctly?
Wire within the regulations.
(See the technical manual for
details about the regulations.)
Set the switches correctly.
When using one Lossnay unit: Set the unit to “Main”.
When using multiple Lossnay units: Set the first unit to “Main” and the
second and following units to “Sub”.
9
When using M-NET
Is the address setting on the Lossnay circuit board (SA1, SA2) set to the
correct number?
Make the setting so that the
address does not duplicate that of
other devices within M-NET control.
10
When PZ-60DR-E is not used, are the function selection switches (SW2,
SW5) on the Lossnay circuit board set correctly?
Set the switches correctly to correspond with the application.
(Refer to page 38 and 39)
11
When PZ-60DR-E is used, is the function selection set correctly?
Set it correctly to correspond with
the application.
(Refer to page 40 to 42)
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Signal cables from external devices (Table 1-1-3)
Check the following checkpoints when connecting with level signal/pulse signal output devices, and Mr. Slim units.
No.
1
Action
Checkpoint
Do the transmission cables meet regulations? (Type, diameter)
Use specified cables.
2
Is the signal cable wired at least 5 cm away from the power supply cable?
Wire the signal cable at least 5 cm
away from the power supply cable.
3
Are multiple transmission or signal cables wired to the same power cable
duct?
Wire the transmission cables away
from the signal cables.
4
Are multiple signal cables wired with multi core cables?
Using suitable cables, wire the signal cables so that they are separated from one another.
5
Are the signal cables securely connected to the terminals?
Connect them securely.
6
Are the signal cables connected to the specified terminal blocks?
Connect them to the specified terminal blocks.
Mr. Slim control signal
: TM2 1, 2
Charged signal
: TM2 1, 2
Uncharged a-contact signal: TM2 1, 3
7
Is the wiring length of the signal cable within the regulations?
Wire within the regulations.
Mr. Slim control signal
: Total extension within 500 m
Charged signal
: Within limitation of the external device
Uncharged a-contact signal: Total extension within 500 m
8
Do the external signals meet specifications?
Level signal: Charged 12 V DC/ 24 V DC, uncharged a-contact
Pulse signal: Charged 12 V DC/ 24 V DC, uncharged a-contact
(A pulse width of 200 ms or greater is required)
9
Are the type of input signal and the setting of the pulse input matched?
Pulse signal
: ON setting
Other than pulse signal: OFF setting
Input a signal that suits the specifications.
<When using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the pulse input setting from
the function selection. (Refer to page 42)
<When not using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the setting of the pulse input
switch (SW2-2) on the Lossnay circuit board. (Refer to page 38)
10
In a system with multiple Lossnay units, are the signal cables connected to
the specified Lossnay unit?
Connect the signal cables to the
specified Lossnay unit.
Basic system (PZ-60DR-E, PZ-41SLB-E):
Lossnay unit for which the Main/Sub selection switch (SW1) is set to “Main”
M-Net control:
Lossnay unit that is set to the address with the smallest number within the group
11
When PZ-60DR-E is not used, are the function selection switches (SW2,
SW5) on the Lossnay circuit board set correctly?
Set the switches correctly to correspond with the application.
(Refer to page 38 and 39)
12
When PZ-60DR-E is used, is the function selection set correctly?
Set it correctly to correspond with
the application.
(Refer to page 40 to 42)
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Signal cables to external devices (Table 1-1-4)
Check the following checkpoints when outputting the operation monitor, air supply fan operation monitor, malfunction monitor, bypass operation monitor, and operation monitor with delay function.
No.
1
Action
Checkpoint
Do the signal cables meet regulations? (Type, diameter)
Use specified cables.
2
Is the signal cable wired at least 5 cm away from the power supply cable?
Wire the signal cable at least 5 cm
away from the power supply cable.
3
Are multiple transmission or signal cables wired to the same power cable
duct?
Wire the transmission cables away
from the signal cables.
4
Are multiple signal cables wired with multi core cables?
Using suitable cables, wire the signal cables so that they are separated from one another.
5
Are the signal cables securely connected to the terminals?
Connect them securely.
6
Are the signal cables connected to the specified terminal blocks?
Connect them to the specified terminal blocks.
Operation monitor, operation monitor with delay function 1
: TM4 9, 0
Malfunction monitor
: TM3 7, 8
Bypass operation monitor, operation monitor with delay function 2 : TM3 6, 7
7
Are the output capacities of the operation monitor, malfunction monitor, and
bypass operation monitor within the ratings?
Output
8
Maximum rating
Use within the ratings.
Minimum rating
Operation monitor
240 V AC 2 A
Operation monitor with delay function 1 24 V DC 2 A
220 V AC 100 mA
5 V DC 100 mA
Malfunction monitor
240 V AC 1 A
24 V DC 1 A
220 V AC 100 mA
5 V DC 100 mA
240 V AC 1 A
Bypass operation monitor
Operation monitor with delay function 2 24 V DC 1 A
220 V AC 100 mA
5 V DC 100 mA
When using the operation monitor, is the setting of the output signal correct?
<When using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the operation monitor setting
from the function selection.
(Refer to page 41)
<When not using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the setting of the operation
monitor (SW5-2) on the Lossnay circuit board. (Refer to page 38)
9
When using the operation monitor with delay function, is the setting of the
output signal correct?
Check the settings of the TM4 9,
0 output setting (SW2-8), and the
TM3 6, 7 output setting (SW5-6)
on the Lossnay circuit board.
(Refer to page 38)
10
When PZ-60DR-E is not used, are the function selection switches (SW2,
SW5) on the Lossnay circuit board set correctly?
Set the switches correctly to correspond with the application.
(Refer to page 38 and 39)
11
When PZ-60DR-E is used, is the function selection set correctly?
Set it correctly to correspond with
the application.
(Refer to page 40 to 42)
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System checklist (Table 1-2)
When using PZ-60DR-E, PZ-41SLB-E, or interlocking with external devices (Table 1-2-1)
No.
1
Error
• Remote controller
display does not
appear.
• The power display
“ ” does not
appear on the
remote controller.
• The remote controller continues to
display “H0”.
2
3
Remote controller
does not operate.
(Communication error
display)
Interlock operation
with external device
does not occur.
Cause
Action
« Power is not supplied to the Lossnay, or power
that does not follow specifications is used.
« Check the power supply to the
Lossnay. (Refer to Table 1-1-1)
« When using only one Lossnay, the Main/Sub switch
(SW1) on the Lossnay circuit board is set to “Sub”.
« Set the Main/Sub (SW1) switch
to “Main”.
« The overall wiring length of the transmission cable
is longer than specified (longer than 500 m).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
« Is there a connection of 3 or more remote controllers, or 16 or more Lossnay units?
« Check the number of units connected.
« The remote controller is connected to TB5 (terminal block for M-NET transmission cable).
« Connect the transmission cable
to TM4 1, 2.
« PZ-52SF-E (Lossnay remote controller for M-NET)
is connected to the Lossnay remote controller.
« Change to the PZ-60DR-E or
PZ-41SLB-E remote controller.
« When using multiple Lossnay units, the Main/Sub
switch (SW1) on the Lossnay circuit board of the
second or following unit is set to “Main.”
« Set the Main/Sub switch (SW1)
of the second and following
Lossnay units to “Sub”.
« The overall wiring length of the transmission cable
is longer than specified (longer than 500 m).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
« Multiple transmission cables are wired with multi
core cables.
« Using suitable cables, wire the
transmission cables so that they
are separated from one another.
« When two remote controllers are used, are PZ60DR-E and PZ-41SLB-E being used together?
« Use the same type of remote
controller.
« Is the specified power being supplied to the
Lossnay unit?
« Refer to Table 1-1-1.
« Are the signal cables from the external devices
wired according to regulations?
« Refer to Table 1-1-3.
« The type of external signal does not match the
connected terminal unit (charged, uncharged, serial signal).
« Check the type of external signal
and the connections between the
external signal and external control input terminal (TM2).
« The type of external signal does not match the
pulse input setting (level signal, pulse signal).
« <When using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the type of external signal
and verify the pulse input setting
from the function selection.
(Refer to page 42)
<When not using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the type of external signal
and the setting of the pulse input
switch (SW2-2) on the Lossnay
circuit board. (Refer to page 38).
« The external device signal is not being input.
« Check the external device.
« The external device and signal cable wiring is
longer than specified.
« Check the length of the signal
cable wiring.
12 V DC, 24 V DC:
Longer than limitations of
external device
Uncharged a-contact: Longer than 500 m
Mr. Slim signal:
Longer than 500 m
« “DELAY OPERATION ‘ON’” (PZ-60DR-E) or
“Delay time” (PZ-41SLB-E) is set. (When using
PZ-60DR-E, during the delay operation, LED1
(green) on the Lossnay circuit board will be lit.)
— 49 —
« Check the Delay operation setting with the remote controller
(PZ-60DR-E or PZ-41SLB-E).
No.
3
Error
Interlock operation
with external device
does not occur.
Cause
Action
« The interlock mode is set to “ON Interlocked” or
“OFF Interlocked” with the remote controller (PZ60DR-E).
« Check the Interlock mode setting
with the remote controller (PZ60DR-E). (Refer to page 32)
« The interlock mode is set to “2” (ON Interlocked) or
“3” (OFF Interlocked) with PZ-41SLB-E.
« Check the Interlock mode setting
with the remote controller (PZ41SLB-E). (Refer to page 32)
« When not using PZ-60DR-E and PZ-41SLB-E, the
delay setting switch (SW5-1) on the Lossnay circuit
board is set to ON. (During the delay operation,
LED1 (green) on the Lossnay circuit board will be lit.)
« Check the setting of the delay
setting switch (SW5-1) on the
Lossnay circuit board. (Refer to
page 38)
« When not using PZ-60DR-E and PZ-41SLB-E, the
interlock mode setting switches (SW5-7, SW5-8)
on the Lossnay circuit board are set to “ON
Interlocked” or “OFF Interlocked”.
« Check the setting of the interlock
mode setting switch (SW5-7,
SW5-8) on the Lossnay circuit
board. (Refer to page 38)
« When using multiple Lossnay units, the external
control input signal is connected to a unit set to
“Sub”.
« Connect the external control
input signal to the Lossnay unit
set to “Main.”
« Remote/local switching (CN32) is used.
« When interlocked with external
devices, remote/local switching
(CN32) cannot be used.
Note: When two remote controllers are used, the combination of the PZ-60DR-E and PZ-41SLB-E cannot be used.
System checklist when using the M-NET (Table 1-2-2)
No.
1
2
3
Error
Lossnay does not interlock with City Multi indoor
unit. (Lossnay cannot be
operated by the ventilation button on the ME
remote controller, MA
remote controller or
MELANS.)
Cannot operate using
MELANS or the Lossnay
remote controller.
A Lossnay unit should
operate independently by
MELANS or the Lossnay
remote controller, but it
interlocks with different
City Multi units.
Cause
Action
« Lossnay is not set for interlock operation, or is
set for interlock operation at the wrong
address.
« Check the Lossnay address, and
set for an address corresponding
to interlock operation.
« The length of the M-NET transmission cable
wiring from the outdoor unit or the system’s
overall wiring length is longer than specified.
(Longer than 200 m from the outdoor unit,
longer than 500 m between ends.)
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
(See the technical manual for
details about the regulations.)
« PZ-41LSB-E is connected to Lossnay.
« Change to the PZ-60DR-E or PZ52SF-E remote controller.
(PZ-41SLB-E cannot be used
with the M-NET.)
« The address that has been set for the group in
MELANS and the address for the Lossnay are
different.
« Check the registered address in
MELANS.
« The length of the M-NET transmission cable
wiring from the power supply unit or the system’s overall wiring length is longer than specified. (Longer than 200 m from the power supply unit, longer than 500 m between ends.)
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
(See the technical manual for
details about the regulations.)
« PZ-41LSB-E is connected to Lossnay.
« Change to the PZ-60DR-E or PZ52SF-E remote controller.
(PZ-41SLB-E cannot be used
with the M-NET.)
« It has been set for interlock operation with the
City Multi units.
« Cancel the interlock operation
setting.
— 50 —
No.
4
5
6
7
Error
Cause
Action
« Power is not supplied to Lossnay, or power that
does not follow specifications is used.
« Check the power supply to Lossnay
and perform the registration again.
« The M-NET transmission cable is connected to
TM4 1, 2.
« Connect the transmission cable
to TB5 A , B .
« The transmission cable is not properly connected to MELANS or City Multi.
« Check the transmission cable
connection.
« The length of the transmission cable wiring is
longer than specified (longer than maximum
200 m from the power supply unit, longer than
500 m between ends).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
(See the technical manual for
details about the regulations.)
« Lossnay address setting (SA1, SA2) is wrong.
« Check the setting of the address
setting switches (SA1, SA2) on
the Lossnay circuit board.
When power is supplied
to the system, the
Lossnay remote controller PZ-52SF-E continues to display “HO” and
does not start. (Group
registration information is
erased.)
« In a system connected to MELANS, the group
setting was performed from the Lossnay
remote controller PZ-52SF-E.
« In a system connected to MELANS,
perform the group setting with the
MELANS. (Do not perform the
group setting with PZ-52SF-E.)
« The length of the transmission cable wiring is
longer than specified (longer than maximum
200 m from the power supply unit, longer than
500 m between ends).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
(See the technical manual for
details about the regulations.)
When power is supplied
to the system, the display
of PZ-52SF-E goes blank
and the system does not
start.
« The restricted number of connected PZ-52SFE units have been exceeded.
« Check the restricted number of
remote controller units when
using the power supply unit. (See
the technical manual for details.)
« The length of the transmission cable wiring is
longer than specified (longer than maximum
200 m from the power supply unit, longer than
500 m between ends).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
(See the technical manual for
details about the regulations.)
The power display “ ”
does not appear on the
remote controller when
power is supplied to the
system.
« When using the Lossnay units connected to
indoor unit transmission cable side and
Lossnay M-NET remote controllers:
Cannot perform group
settings for the Lossnay
using MELANS, ME
remote controller, or MA
remote controller. (The
remote controller displays “88” at the time of
registration.)
1PZ-52SF-E is not correctly connected to the
transmission cables of the indoor units.
1 Check the transmission cable
connection.
2The outdoor unit is not turned on.
2 Check the power of the outdoor unit.
3The length of transmission cable wiring from
the outdoor units is longer than specified
(longer than 200 m).
3 Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
(See the technical manual for
details about the regulations.)
« When using a power supply unit
1The power supply unit is not connected with
the transmission cable.
1 Connect the power supply unit
with the transmission cable.
2The power supply unit is not turned on.
2 Check the power of the power
supply unit.
3The length of the M-NET transmission cable
wiring from the power supply unit is longer
than specified (longer than 200 m).
3 Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
(See the technical manual for
details about the regulations.)
« The transmission cable power supply restrictions have been exceeded.
— 51 —
« Make connections within the
transmission cable power supply
restrictions of the outdoor units,
or the power supply units.
(See the technical manual for
details about the restrictions.)
No.
8
Error
The remote controller
PZ-52SF-E continues to
blink “HO” when the
power is supplied to the
system.
Cause
« Check the power to Lossnay.
« Group setting of the PZ-52SF-E address has
not been performed with MELANS.
« Check the address registration
of PZ-52SF-E with MELANS
(“HO” displays for 3 to 10 minutes when power is supplied to
the system).
« Group setting has been performed with PZ52SF-E.
« The M-NET transmission cable is connected to
TM4 1, 2.
« Connect the transmission cable
to TB5 A , B .
« For a Lossnay individual system with no
MELANS, Lossnay registration has not been
performed by PZ-52SF-E.
« Check the Lossnay registration
with PZ-52SF-E.
« Lossnay address setting (SA1, SA2) is wrong.
« Verify the address (SA1, SA2)
and register them again.
« Lossnay address setting (SA1, SA2) was changed.
9
10
“LC 6608” appears on
the remote controller and
the Lossnay does not
operate.
The operation from
MELANS and Lossnay
operation differ.
Action
« The specified power is not supplied to Lossnay.
« The transmission cable power supply restrictions have been exceeded.
« Make connections within the
transmission cable power supply
restrictions of the outdoor units,
or the power supply units.
(See the technical manual for
details about the restrictions.)
« Group setting has not been performed after
replacement of the circuit board.
« Perform group setting again.
« PZ-60DR-E is connected to the terminal block
(TB5 A , B ) for the M-NET transmission
cable.
« When using PZ-60DR-E, connect to the terminal block (TM4
1, 2) for the remote controller
transmission cable.
« Rather than PZ-52SF-E, PZ-41SLB-E is connected to the M-NET transmission cable.
« Change to the PZ-60DR-E or PZ52SF-E remote controller.
(PZ-41SLB-E cannot be used
with the M-NET.)
« PZ-41SLB-E is connected to Lossnay.
« Change to the PZ-60DR-E or PZ52SF-E remote controller.
(PZ-41SLB-E cannot be used
with the M-NET.)
« PZ-60DR-E is connected by crossover cable
with multiple Lossnay units of a separate
group.
« Do not connect PZ-60DR-E with
multiple Lossnay units of a separate group.
Note: PZ-60DR-E and PZ-52SF-E cannot be used in the same group.
— 52 —
(2)Troubleshooting 2
GAn error code displays on the remote controller.
GThe LED on the Lossnay circuit board is blinking or lit up.
An error code displayed on the remote controller (PZ-60DR-E, PZ-41SLB-E, PZ-52SF-E) or the M-NET controller, and blinking or illumination of LED1 (green) or LED2 (red) on the circuit board shows the type of error.
The LED blink interval is 0.25 seconds for both on and off. The display duration is approximately 5 seconds.
0.25S 0.25S 0.25S
ON
OFF
5S
Error display example: (Two blinks)
Checklist of error codes displayed on the PZ-60DR-E (when not using M-NET) or PZ-41SLB-E, and LED displays (Table2-1)
Error code
LC 6608
RC6608
LED1 LED2
(green) (red)
—
—
—
—
SRC 6608
RC 6201,6202
LC 3126
Action
« When using multiple Lossnay units, the
Main/Sub setting has not been made
for the second unit and following units.
« Turn off the main power supply and set the
Main/Sub selection switch (SW1) (first unit to
“Main”, second and following units to “Sub”).
« Multiple transmission cables are
wired using multi core cables.
« Using suitable cables, wire the
transmission cables so that they are
separated from one another.
« Transmission cable and power cable
are too close.
« Wire the transmission cable at least 5
cm away from the power supply cable.
« Transmission cable is not securely connected.
« Check the transmission cable connection.
« The length of the transmission cable
wiring is longer than specified
(longer than 500 m).
« Check the length of the transmission
cable wiring.
Communica
tion error
between
remote controllers
(when two
remote controllers are
connected)
« Multiple transmission cables are
wired using multi core cables.
« Using suitable cables, wire the
transmission cables so that they are
separated from one another.
« Transmission cable and power supply cable are too close.
« Wire the transmission cable at least 5
cm away from the power supply cable.
« Transmission cable is not securely connected.
« Check the transmission cable connection.
« The length of the transmission cable
wiring is longer than specified
(longer than 500 m).
« Check the length of the transmission
cable wiring.
Lossnay
communication
error
—
Remote
controller
error
« The remote controller has broken
down.
« Replace the remote controller.
—
—
Lossnay
trial operation
« Trial operation switch on the
Lossnay circuit board (SW2-1) is set
to ON.
« Check the trial operation switch.
(Refer to page 38)
8
blinks
—
External
device
error
« When the TM3 6, 7 output setting
switch (SW5-6) is ON, the following
conditions are applied.
« When external devices are connected, check the external devices.
SLC 0900
SLC 3126
Cause
—
SRC 6201,6202
LC 0900
Error
• OA temperature is still -10°C or lower,
60 minutes after the output started
• OA temperature is 15°C or higher within 15 minutes after the output started
• OA temperature is 70°C or higher
— 53 —
« When external devices are not connected, check the TM3 6, 7 output
setting switch (SW5-6). (Refer to
page 38)
Error code
LC 3602
SLC 3602
LC 4116
SLC 4116
LC 5101
SLC 5101
LC 5102
SLC 5102
———
LED1 LED2
(green) (red)
3
blinks
2
blinks
—
—
Error
Cause
Action
« Damper board operation is not correct.
« Remove the rod, and check whether the
damper board can be moved manually.
« Connectors for the damper unit are
not correctly connected.
« Check the connection of the lead wire
connectors and the circuit connector.
« The switch (SW5-10) setting is
incorrect.
« Check the switch (SW5-10) setting.
(Refer to page 39)
LGH-15 to 100 types: OFF
LGH-150 and 200 types: ON
Fan motor
operation
drive error
« The Lossnay fan does not stop due
to a breakdown of the fan motor
operation drive of the circuit board.
« Check and replace the circuit board.
*1
« Fan motor error
« Check and replace the fan motor.
Damper
related
error
4
blinks
—
OA thermistor related
error
« Connectors for the thermistor are
not correctly connected.
« Check the connection of the lead
wire connectors and the circuit connectors.
5
blinks
—
RA thermistor related
error
« Connectors for the thermistor are
not correctly connected.
« Check the connection of the lead
wire connectors and the circuit connectors.
9
blinks
—
Remote
controller
communication
error
« No Lossnay unit is set to “Main”.
« Turn off the main power, and set the
Main/Sub selection switch (SW1).
(Set the first unit to “Main” and the
second and following units to “Sub”.)
« Multiple transmission cables are
wired using multi core cables.
« Using suitable cables, wire the
transmission cables so that they are
separated from one another.
« Transmission cable and power supply cable are too close.
« Wire the transmission cable at least 5
cm away from the power supply cable.
« Transmission cable is not securely connected.
« Check the transmission cable connection.
« The length of the transmission cable
wiring is longer than specified
(longer than 500 m).
« Check the length of the transmission
cable wiring.
“CLEANING”
“FILTER”
blinking
—
—
Filter cleaning warning according to total
hours of operation
« It is time to clean the Lossnay air filter.
« After cleaning the air filter, press the
“FILTER” button of the remote controller two times.
“CLEANING”
“CORE”
blinking
—
—
Lossnay core cleaning
warning according to
total hours of operation
« It is time to clean the Lossnay core.
« After cleaning the Lossnay core,
press the “FILTER” button of the
remote controller two times.
« LED1 blinks at 1 second intervals during
starting operation (maximum of 45 seconds).
« This is not an error.
« This is not an error.
(PZ-41SLB-E)
« LED1 blinks at 1 second intervals during
starting operation (maximum of 45 seconds).
In delay
operation
« “DELAY OPERATION ‘ON’” is set
from PZ-60DR-E.
« This is not an error.
« Delay setting switch (SW5-1) on the
Lossnay circuit board is set to ON.
« This is not an error.
« LED2 will be lit when M-NET is not
used.
« This is not an error.
(PZ-60DR-E)
“PLEASE WAIT” blinkblinking
ing
—
“HO” blinking blinking
—
———
———
Lit
—
System is starting
(PZ-60DR-E)
—
Lit
System is starting
No M-NET connection information
Note: LC: “Main” Lossnay SLC: “Sub” Lossnay RC, SRC: remote controller (PZ-60DR-E or PZ-41SLB-E)
*1 The LGH-150 and 200 types do not display errors.
— 54 —
Checklist of error codes displayed on PZ-60DR-E (when using M-NET), PZ-52SF-E or M-NET controllers, and LED displays(Table2-2)
Error code
LED1 LED2
(green) (red)
Error
Cause
Action
6600
—
Multiple
6
blinks address error
« There is another unit with the same
address setting.
« Check the addresses of devices in
the system.
6607
—
8
No ACK error
blinks *2
No answer
error
(M-NET
communication
error)
« Power is not supplied to Lossnay.
« Check the power supply to Lossnay.
« Lossnay address was changed.
« Check the Lossnay address.
« Multiple transmission cables are
wired using multi core cables.
« Using suitable cables, wire the
transmission cables so that they are
separated from one another.
« Transmission cable is not securely connected.
« Check the transmission cable connection.
« The length of the transmission cable
wiring is longer than specified (longer
than maximum extension 200 m,
longer than 500 m between ends).
« Check the length of the transmission
cable wiring. (See the technical
manual for details about the regulations.)
6608
0900
—
—
Lossnay trial
operation
« Trial operation switch on the Lossnay
circuit board (SW2-1) is set to ON.
« Check the trial operation switch.
(Refer to page 38)
3126
8
blinks
—
External
device
error
« When the TM3 6, 7 output setting
switch (SW5-6) is ON, the following
conditions are applied.
« When external devices are connected, check the external devices.
• OA temperature is still -10°C or lower,
60 minutes after the output started
• OA temperature is 15°C or higher within 15 minutes after the output started
« When external devices are not connected, check the TM3 6, 7 output
setting switch (SW5-6). (Refer to
page 38)
• OA temperature is 70°C or higher
3602
4116
3
blinks
2
blinks
—
—
« Damper board operation is not correct.
« Remove the rod, and check whether the
damper board can be moved manually.
« Connectors for the damper unit are
not correctly connected.
« Check the connection of the lead wire
connectors and the circuit connector.
« The switch (SW5-10) setting is
incorrect.
« Check the switch (SW5-10) setting.
(Refer to page 39)
LGH-15 to 100 types: OFF
LGH-150 and 200 types: ON
Fan motor
operation
drive error
« The Lossnay fan does not stop due
to a breakdown of the fan motor
operation drive of the circuit board.
« Check and replace the circuit board.
*1
« Fan motor error
« Check and replace the fan motor.
Damper
related
error
5101
4
blinks
—
OA thermistor related
error
« Connectors for the thermistor are
not correctly connected.
« Check the connection of the lead
wire connectors and the circuit connectors.
5102
5
blinks
—
RA thermistor related
error
« Connectors for the thermistor are
not correctly connected.
« Check the connection of the lead
wire connectors and the circuit connectors.
6602
—
1 to 4 communiblinks cation circuit section
error
« Controller where error originally
occurred is defective.
« Check the controller where the error
occurred.
« Lossnay circuit board is defective.
« Replace the circuit board.
5
Transmissi
blinks on cable
error
« Power is supplied to the same transmission cable from two or more
power supply units.
« Adjust the wiring of the power supply unit.
6604
6603
—
« The power supply unit is connected
to the TB3 side of the power supply
expansion unit.
« The power supply unit is connected
to the indoor and outdoor transmission cables.
— 55 —
Error code
6801
LED1 LED2
(green) (red)
9
blinks
—
Error
Cause
Action
PZ-60DR-E
communication error
« When using multiple Lossnay units, the
Main/Sub setting has not been made
for the second unit and following units.
« Turn off the main power supply and set the
Main/Sub selection switch (SW1) (first unit to
“Main”, second and following units to “Sub”).
« Multiple transmission cables are
wired using multi core cables.
« Using suitable cables, wire the
transmission cables so that they are
separated from one another.
« Transmission cable and power cable
are too close.
« Wire the transmission cable at least 5
cm away from the power supply cable.
« Transmission cable is not securely connected.
« Check the transmission cable connection.
« The length of the transmission cable
wiring is longer than specified
(longer than 500 m).
« Check the length of the transmission
cable wiring.
“CLEANING”
“FILTER”
blinking
—
—
Filter cleaning warning according to total
hours of operation
« It is time to clean the Lossnay air filter.
« After cleaning the air filter, press the
“FILTER” button of the remote controller two times.
“CLEANING”
“CORE”
blinking
—
—
Lossnay core cleaning
warning according to
total hours of operation
« It is time to clean the Lossnay core.
« After cleaning the Lossnay core,
press the “FILTER” button of the
remote controller two times.
« LED1 blinks at 1 second intervals during
starting operation (maximum of 45 seconds).
« This is not an error.
« LED1 blinks at 1 second intervals during
starting operation (maximum of 45 seconds).
« This is not an error.
(PZ-60DR-E)
“PLEASE WAIT” blinkblinking
ing
—
“HO” blinking blinking
—
System is starting
(PZ-60DR-E)
System is starting
(PZ-52SF-E)
———
—
Lit
No M-NET
connection
information
« The Lossnay units have not been
set to group setting (registration).
« Check the Lossnay address and
confirm that the group setting has
been made.
———
Lit
—
In delay
operation
« “DELAY OPERATION ‘ON’” is set
from PZ-60DR-E.
« This is not an error.
« Delay setting switch (SW5-1) on the
Lossnay circuit board is set to ON.
« This is not an error.
Note: The “LC” characters that are displayed simultaneously with the error code indicate the Lossnay attributes in the M-NET device.
*1 The LGH-150 and 200 types do not display errors.
*2 ACK: Acknowledgement signal from other communicating devices.
— 56 —
(3)Troubleshooting 3: The remote controller operation is disabled or irregular.
Checklist for PZ-60DR-E or PZ-41SLB-E (Table 3-1)
No.
1
2
3
4
Error
Cause
Action
« Transmission cable is connected to the wrong
terminal block.
« Check the transmission cable connection. (TM4 1, 2 for the transmission cable from the remote controller)
« No Lossnay unit is set to “Main”.
« Turn off the main power supply and
set the Main/Sub selection switch
(SW1) (first unit to “Main”, and second and following units to “Sub”).
« Power is not supplied to Lossnay.
« Check the power supply to Lossnay.
« Power that does not follow specifications is
used.
« Check the power supply.
« Transmission cable is not securely connected.
« Check the transmission cable connection.
« The length of the transmission cable wiring is
longer than specified (longer than 500 m).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring.
« Multiple transmission cables are wired using
multi core cables.
« Using suitable cables, wire the
transmission cables so that they
are separated from one another.
« Transmission cable and power supply cable
are too close.
« Wire the transmission cable at least 5
cm away from the power supply cable.
Displays an error code
that is not in the check
list.
« Liquid crystal display characters on the remote
controller are missing.
« Replace the remote controller.
« Poor return action of the remote controller buttons.
« Replace the remote controller.
Cannot stop the Lossnay
with the remote controller.
« Operation of the remote controller has been
prohibited by MELANS.
« Check the setting of the
MELANS.
(“CENTRAL” is displayed)
« “INTERLOCK MODE” is set to “oUT” (external
input given priority).
« Check the interlock mode setting. (Refer to page 32)
« Remote/local switching (CN32) is set to
“Remote.”
« Check the remote/local switching
(CN32). (Refer to page 35)
Nothing displays on the
LCD.
Starts or stops, or the
display changes, by
itself.
5
Cannot stop the Lossnay
with PZ-60DR-E. (“24HR
VENTILATION” is displayed).
« 24-hour ventilation is set to “on” with the PZ60DR-E function selection.
« Check the 24-hour ventilation
setting with the PZ-60DR-E function selection. (Refer to page 40)
6
Cannot switch fan speed
with the remote controller.
« High/Low/Extra Low fan speed switching external input (CN16) is ON.
« Check the High/Low/Extra Low
fan speed switching input (CN16).
(Refer to page 33 and 34)
« When using PZ-60DR-E, “POWER VENT
START” is set to “on” with the function selection of the remote controller.
« Check the setting of “power supply/exhaust when operation
starts” with the PZ-60DR-E function selection. (Refer to page 41)
« When not using PZ-60DR-E, the function
selection switch for “Power supply/exhaust
when operation starts” (SW2-3) on the
Lossnay circuit board is set to ON.
« Check the function selection
switch (SW2-3).
(Refer to page 38)
« When using PZ-60DR-E, the supply fan speed
setting and the exhaust fan speed setting are
set to “L” with the function selection of the
remote controller.
« Check the supply fan speed setting and the exhaust fan speed
setting with the PZ-60DR-E function selection. (Refer to page 41)
« When not using PZ-60DR-E, the function selection
switches for “Supply fan fixed at Low speed”, and
“Exhaust fan fixed at Low speed” (SW2-4, SW2-5)
on the Lossnay circuit board are set to ON.
« Check the function selection
switches (SW2-4, SW2-5).
(Refer to page 38)
« In a mixture of the LGH-15 to 100 types and the
LGH-150 and 200 types, the 150 and 200 types
are set to “Main”. (Extra Low fan speed operation
is not available.)
« Set the LGH-15 to 100 types to
“Main” and the LGH-150 and
200 types to “Sub”.
(Refer to page 39)
— 57 —
No.
7
8
9
Error
Cause
Action
The ventilation mode
cannot be switched with
the remote controller.
« The bypass ventilation switching external input
(CN16) is set to ON.
« Check the bypass ventilation
switching input (CN16).
(Refer to page 35)
When the main power
supply is turned on, the
remote controller display
will indicate and Lossnay
will start.
« When using PZ-60DR-E, “RECOVERY SETTING” is set to “on” or “AUTo” with the function
selection of the remote controller.
« Check the power supply
ON/OFF/AUTO setting with the
PZ-60DR-E function selection.
(Refer to page 41)
« When not using PZ-60DR-E, the function
selection switch (SW2-6 or SW5-4) on the
Lossnay circuit board is set to ON.
« Check the function selection
switch (SW2-6 or SW5-4). (Refer
to page 38)
« When using PZ-41SLB-E, the main power supply was turned off during operation.
« When using PZ-41SLB-E, the
operation prior to switching off the
power will return when the main
power supply is turned on. Switch
off the main power supply approximately 10 seconds after Lossnay
stop with the remote controller.
« When using PZ-60DR-E, “RECOVERY SETTING” is set to “oFF” with the function selection
of the remote controller.
« Check the power supply ON/OFF/AUTO
setting with the PZ-60DR-E function
selection. (Refer to page 41)
« When not using PZ-60DR-E, the function
selection switch (SW5-4) on the Lossnay circuit board is set to ON.
« Check the function selection
switch (SW5-4) on the Lossnay
circuit board. (Refer to page 38)
There is no power failure
automatic return.
10
The fan does not stop
even though the remote
controller is set to stop.
« Operation monitor with delay function is set to
ON. (Function selection switch SW2-8 or SW56 is set to ON)
« Check the function selection
switch (SW2-8 or SW5-6).
(Refer to page 38)
11
When using PZ-60DR-E,
Lossnay starts or stops
operating, or the fan
speed changes, by itself.
« Timer function has been set with PZ-60DR-E.
« Check the timer function setting
with PZ-60DR-E.
« “NIGHT PURGE” is set to “on” with PZ-60DR-E.
« Check the night purge setting of
PZ-60DR-E. If enabled, this is
not an error. (Refer to page 41)
12
When PZ-60DR-E is
used, Lossnay does not
operate in accordance
with the timer setting.
« When a different timer has been set with each
remote controller in a two remote controller
system, the resultant operation will not be in
accordance with the setting.
« Perform the timer setting with
one remote controller only, and
use the other remote controller
as “(
Timer off indicator)”.
13
“CLEANING” “FILTER” /
“CLEANING” “CORE” (PZ60DR-E), or “FILTER” (PZ41SLB-E) continues to
blink and the display cannot be reset.
« The display is reset incorrectly.
« During Lossnay operation, press
the “FILTER” button two times
(within 3 seconds).
« The remote controller has broken down.
« Replace the remote controller.
Note: When two remote controllers are used, the combination of the PZ-60DR-E and PZ-41SLB-E cannot be used.
Checklist for PZ-52SF-E (Table 3-2)
No.
1
Error
Nothing displays on the
LCD.
Cause
Action
« Transmission cable is connected to the wrong
terminal block.
« Check the transmission cable
connection (TB5 A , B for MNET transmission cables).
« There is no power supply unit (for Lossnay only systems).
« Install the power supply unit.
« The power supply unit is not turned on.
« Check the power to the power supply unit.
« Transmission cable is not securely connected.
« Check the transmission cable connection.
« Wiring length of the transmission cable from the
power supply unit or the outdoor unit is longer
than specified (maximum extension 200 m).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring. (See the
technical manual for details
about the regulations.)
— 58 —
No.
2
3
Error
Continues to display
“HO” and does not start.
Cannot register the
Lossnay with PZ-52SF-E
or MELANS.
Cause
Action
« It is less than 10 minutes since the power was
supplied to the system.
« After supplying power to the system, “HO” blinks for a maximum
of about 10 minutes.
(This is not an error.)
« Group setting (registration) has not been performed.
« Perform the group setting (registration). If using MELANS, register
with the MELANS. If there is only
PZ-52SF-E, register with it.
« The PZ-52SF-E address has not been registered in the group setting by MELANS.
« Check the group setting with the
MELANS.
« Power supply to the Lossnay is not turned on.
« Check the power supply to
Lossnay.
« Power that does not follow specifications is
used.
« Check the power supply.
« Transmission cable is connected to the wrong
terminal of the Lossnay unit.
« Check the transmission cable
connection (TB5 A , B for MNET transmission cables).
« Lossnay address was changed.
« Check the Lossnay address.
« Lossnay circuit board was replaced.
« If the circuit board has been
replaced, perform the group settings again.
« The length of the transmission cable wiring is
longer than specified (longer than maximum
extension 200 m, longer than 500 m between
ends).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring. (See the
technical manual for details
about the regulations.)
« Power is not supplied to Lossnay.
« Check the power supply to
Lossnay.
« Power that does not follow specifications is
used.
« Check the power supply.
« Transmission cable to the Lossnay is not connected.
« Check the transmission cable
connection.
« Transmission cable is connected to the wrong
terminal of the Lossnay unit.
« Check the transmission cable
connection (TB5 A , B for MNET transmission cables).
« Lossnay address was changed.
« Check the Lossnay address.
« The length of the transmission cable wiring is
longer than specified (longer than maximum
extension 200 m, longer than 500 m between
ends).
« Check the length of the transmission cable wiring. (See the
technical manual for details
about the regulations.)
4
Starts or stops, or the display changes, by itself.
« The Lossnay unit is set for interlock operation
with City Multi.
« Cancel the interlock mode setting.
5
Displays an error code
that is not in the checklist.
« Liquid crystal display characters on the remote
controller are missing.
« Replace the remote controller.
6
Cannot stop Lossnay with
the remote controller.
(“CENTRAL” is displayed)
« Operation of the remote controller has been
prohibited by MELANS.
« Check the settings of the
MELANS.
« “INTERLOCK MODE” is set to “oUT” (external
input given priority).
« Check the interlock mode setting. (Refer to page 32)
« Remote/local switching (CN32) is set to
“Remote.”
« Check the remote/local switching
(CN32). (Refer to page 35)
Note: PZ-60DR-E and PZ-52SF-E cannot be used in the same group.
— 59 —
(4)Troubleshooting 4: The Lossnay operation is disabled or irregular.
Lossnay checklist (Table 4)
No.
1
Error
The fan does not operate.
The fan does not operate
normally.
2
Interlocked operation
with external devices
(air conditioners) does
not occur.
Cause
« Check the lead wire connectors
and the Lossnay circuit board
section connectors.
« Power is not supplied to the Lossnay, or power
that does not follow specifications is used.
« Check the power supply.
« When using M-NET, Lossnay group setting is
not performed. (LED2 lights)
« Check the Lossnay address and
the group setting. (LED2 lights
when not using M-NET. This is
not an error.)
« The type of external signal does not match the
connected terminal block (charged, uncharged,
Mr. Slim signal).
« Check the external signal type
and the external control input terminal (TM2) connection.
« The type of external signal does not match the
pulse input setting (level signal, pulse signal).
« <When using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the external signal type
and the pulse input setting from
the function selection.
<When not using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the external signal type
and the pulse input setting
switch (SW2-2) on the Lossnay
circuit board. (Refer to page 31).
« The external device signal is not being input.
« Check the external device.
« The external device and signal cable wiring is
longer than specified.
« Check the wiring length of the
signal cable.
12 V DC, 24 V DC:
Uncharged a-contact:
Mr. Slim signal:
3
Fan will not stop.
Action
« Connectors for the fan or connectors for the
Lossnay circuit board section are not correctly
connected.
Longer than limitations
of external device
Longer than 500 m
Longer than 500 m
« The Delay operation is set with the function
selection of PZ-60DR-E or PZ-41SLB-E, or the
function selection switch (SW5-1) on the
Lossnay circuit board.
« Check the delay operation setting
of PZ-60DR-E or PZ41SLB-E,
and the function selection switch
(SW5-1) on the Lossnay circuit
board. (Refer to page 32)
« The ON Interlocked or OFF Interlocked is set
with the function selection of PZ-60DR-E or PZ41SLB-E, or the function selection switches
(SW5-7, SW5-8) on the Lossnay circuit board.
« Check the interlock mode setting
of PZ-60DR-E, PZ41SLB-E, or
the function selection switches
(SW5-7, SW5-8) on the Lossnay
circuit board. (Refer to page 32)
« When using multiple Lossnay units, the external control input signal is connected to a “Sub”
Lossnay.
« Connect the external control
input signal to the “Main”
Lossnay.
« In a group of multiple Lossnay units with MNET, the external control input signal is connected to a Lossnay unit other than the one
with the smallest address.
« Connect the external control
input signal to the Lossnay unit
with the smallest address in the
group.
« There is a communication error with the
remote controller or MELANS.
« Check the remote controller or
MELANS.
« Trial operation switch (SW2-1) on the Lossnay
circuit board is set to ON.
« Check the trial operation switch
(SW2-1). (Refer to page 36)
« The TM4 9, 0 output setting switch (SW2-8)
or the TM3 6, 7 output setting switch (SW56) on the Lossnay circuit board is set to ON.
« When SW2-8 or SW5-6 is ON,
the fan will stop 3 minutes after
OFF operation of the remote
controller. (Refer to page 27)
— 60 —
No.
4
Error
Cause
Lossnay operates when
the main power is turned
on.
« When using PZ-60DR-E, “RECOVERY SETTING” is set to “on” or “AUTo” with the function
selection of the remote controller.
« Check the power supply
ON/OFF/AUTO setting with the
PZ-60DR-E function selection.
(Refer to page 41)
Action
« When not using PZ-60DR-E, the function
selection switches (SW2-6 or SW5-4) on the
Lossnay circuit board are set to ON.
« Check the function selection
switches (SW2-6 or SW5-4)
(Refer to page 38)
« When using PZ-41SLB-E, the main power supply was turned off during operation.
« When using PZ-41SLB-E, the
operation prior to switching off the
power will return when the main
power supply is turned on. Switch
off the main power supply approximately 10 seconds after Lossnay
stop with the remote controller.
5
Takes in air from outdoors during interlocked
operation with a Mr. Slim
or a City Multi, but supply
air fan does not stop
when defrosting.
« The outdoor air intake setting of the PAC
indoor unit or the PAC remote controller is not
enabled.
« Set the outdoor air intake to
“ON” with the indoor unit or the
PAC remote controller.
6
The supply air fan and
exhaust air fan both periodically stop operating.
« In a system that Lossnay has duct connections
and interlocked with Mr. Slim or City Multi
indoor units, when “EA SETTING DEFROST”
is set to “oFF” with PZ-60DR-E, or when the
function selection switch (SW5-3) on the
Lossnay circuit board is ON, the fans will stop
during air conditioner defrosting.
« Check the exhaust operation
setting for air conditioner defrosting with the PZ-60DR-E function
selection, or the function selection switch (SW5-3). (Refer to
page 38 and 42)
7
Fan speed will not
change.
« High/Low/Extra Low fan speed switching external input (CN16) is ON.
« Check the High/Low/Extra Low
fan speed switching input (CN16).
(Refer to page 33 and 34)
« When using PZ-60DR-E, “POWER VENT
START” is set to “on” with the function selection of the remote controller.
« Check the setting of “power supply/exhaust when operation
starts” with the PZ-60DR-E function selection. (Refer to page 41)
« When not using PZ-60DR-E, the function
selection switch for “Power supply/exhaust
when operation starts” (SW2-3) on the
Lossnay circuit board is set to ON.
« Check the function selection
switch (SW2-3).
(Refer to page 38)
« When using PZ-60DR-E, the supply fan speed
setting and the exhaust fan speed setting are
set to “L” with the function selection of the
remote controller.
« Check the supply fan speed setting and the exhaust fan speed
setting with the PZ-60DR-E function selection. (Refer to page 41)
« When not using PZ-60DR-E, the function selection
switches for “Supply fan fixed at Low speed”, and
“Exhaust fan fixed at Low speed” (SW2-4, SW2-5)
on the Lossnay circuit board are set to ON.
« Check the function selection
switches (SW2-4, SW2-5).
(Refer to page 38)
« Trial operation switch (SW2-1) on the Lossnay
circuit board is set to ON.
« Check the trial operation switch
(SW2-1). (Refer to page 38)
« In a mixture of the LGH-15 to 100 types and the
LGH-150 and 200 types, the 150 and 200 types
are set to “Main”. (Extra Low fan speed operation
is not available.)
« Set the LGH-15 to 100 types to
“Main” and the LGH-150 and
200 types to “Sub”.
(Refer to page 39)
— 61 —
No.
8
Error
The damper board does
not operate.
Cause
Action
« The outdoor air temperature is 8°C or lower.
« Check the outdoor air temperature.
« The bypass ventilation switching external input
(CN16) is set to ON.
« Check the bypass ventilation
switching input (CN16). (Refer to
page 35)
« During the night purge operation
« Check the display of the PZ60DR-E. (“ ” is displayed)
« Damper board operation is not correct.
« Remove the rod, and check
whether the damper board can
be moved manually.
« Connectors for the thermistor are not correctly
connected.
« Check the connections of the
lead wire connectors and the circuit connectors.
« Connectors for the damper are not correctly
connected.
« Check the connections of the
lead wire connectors and the circuit connectors.
« The trial operation switch (SW2-1) on the
Lossnay circuit board is turned ON.
« Check the trial operation switch
(SW2-1) on the Lossnay circuit
board. (Refer to page 38)
9
Operation monitor output
is OFF during operation.
« When the “OPERATION MONITOR” is set to
“2” with the PZ-60DR-E function selection, or
when the function selection switch (SW5-2) on
the Lossnay circuit board is ON, because there
is operation monitor output interlocked with the
air supply fan, the operation monitor output will
turn OFF when the outdoor temperature is 10°C or less, or at the time of air conditioner
defrosting.
« Check the operation monitor output setting with the PZ-60DR-E
function selection, or the function
selection switch (SW5-2) on the
Lossnay circuit board.
(Refer to page 38 and 41)
10
Delay operation does not
work even though Delay
operation is set.
« Pulse input setting is set to ON.
« <When using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the pulse input setting
from the function selection.
(Refer to page 42)
<When not using PZ-60DR-E>
Check the setting of the pulse
input switch (SW2-2) on the
Lossnay circuit board.
(Refer to page 38).
11
Night purge operation
does not work even
though Night purge operation is set.
• The night purge conditions have not been satisfied.
• Lossnay has been started or stopped during
the display of “
(Night purge)”.
• Night purge operation will not be performed
when “CENTRAL” is displayed.
• Check whether these are the
night purge operation conditions.
(Refer to page 36 and 37)
• When Lossnay has been started
or stopped during the display of
“ ”, the night purge operation
will not be performed until 1:00 of
the next day.
12
The fan does not stop
even though the remote
controller is set to stop.
« Operation monitor with delay function is set.
(Function selection switch (SW2-8 or SW5-6) is
set to ON)
« Check the setting of the function
selection switch (SW2-8 or SW56). The fan will stop 3 minutes
after the remote controller OFF
operation. (Refer to page 27)
13
The damper board does
not operate correctly.
« The switch (SW5-10) setting is incorrect.
« Check the switch (SW5-10) setting.
LGH-15 to 100 types: OFF
LGH-150 and 200 types: ON
(Refer to page 39)
— 62 —
It is normal in the following cases.
Error
Cause
Reference
Immediately after turning on
the main power, LED1 (green)
on the Lossnay circuit board
blinks.
LED1 blinks at 1 second intervals during starting operation (maximum of 45
seconds).
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24
2
LED1 (green) on the Lossnay
circuit board is lit.
LED1 will be lit during the delay operation when the delay operation setting
is enabled.
Page
32
3
LED2 (red) on the Lossnay
circuit board is lit.
LED2 will be lit when M-NET is not used.
Page
54
4
When PZ-60DR-E is used, the
operation will not be in accordance with the setting of the
function selection switch on
the Lossnay circuit board.
As for the Lossnay function selection, the function selection setting by PZ60DR-E will have priority.
Page
39 - 42
5
When PZ-60DR-E is used,
button operations of the
remote controller will result in
a display of “NOT AVAILABLE”.
“NOT AVAILABLE” will be displayed in the following circumstances:
No.
1
—
• When the ““Extra Low” fan speed” button has been operated with the
LGH-150 or 200 type connected.
• When the “timer menu” button or the “timer on/off” button has been operated with timer function set to “TIMER MODE OFF”.
• When the operation lock setting (i.e., pressing “FILTER” and “ON/OFF”
buttons at the same time) has been performed with the “LOCKING FUNCTION” is set to “oFF”.
—
Button operations are not
accepted immediately when
the function selection mode or
the maintenance mode is
entered from the normal display of PZ-60DR-E, or when
returning to the normal display
from the function selection
mode or the maintenance
mode.
Button operations may not be accepted immediately depending on communication processing.
7
“24 HR VENTILATION” is not
displayed on the PZ-60DR-E
function selection.
This is not displayed because the LGH-150 and 200 types do not have a
24 hour ventilation function.
8
When two PZ-60DR-E remote
controllers are used, “24HR
VENTILATION”, “LOSSNAY
FUNCTION”, and “INTERLOCK SETTING” of the function selection mode can be set
only from one of the remote
controllers.
When two remote controllers are used, “24 HR VENTILATION”, “LOSNNAY
FUNCTION”, and “INTERLOCK SETTING” can be set only with the “Main”
remote controller. The “Main” and “Sub” remote controller will be determined automatically by communication when the main unit power is turned
on. The remote controller on which “24HR VENTILATION”, “LOSSNAY
FUNCTION”, and “INTERLOCK SETTING” are displayed is the “Main”
remote controller.
Page
39
9
Even when the clock use setting is set to “on” with PZ60DR-E, the day of the week
and time are not displayed.
When “SIMPLE TIMER” has been set with the timer function setting, the
day of the week and time are not displayed.
Page
40
10
When two PZ-60DR-E remote
controllers are used, the display of the day of the week
and time differs.
When a remote controller has been replaced or added, the day of the week
and time display will not match; therefore, perform a day of the week and
time setting with either one of the remote controllers.
6
When an operation has not been accepted, perform the operation after
several seconds have passed.
— 63 —
—
—
No.
11
Error
When PZ-60DR-E is used, the
timer operation does not work.
Cause
Reference
—
Timer operation does not work in the following circumstances:
• When the timer function is set to OFF.
• During the day of the week and time setting / During function selection /
During timer setting
• When “CENTRAL” is displayed.
12
When PZ-41SLB-E is used,
the operation will not be in
accordance with the setting of
the function selection switch
on the Lossnay circuit board.
The settings will be disabled for switches (SW2-6, SW5-1, SW5-4, SW5-5,
SW5-7, and SW5-8).
Page
38
13
When PZ-60DR-E is used,
“
(“Locked” indicator)” is displayed, and the
remote controller cannot be
operated.
In the following circumstances “
(“Locked” indicator)” is displayed,
and the applicable function button cannot be operated.
Page
• The operation lock is enabled. (Buttons other than the “ON/OFF” button,
or all buttons)
40
• When operating with the High / Low / Extra Low fan speed switching input
(“Fan Speed Adjustment” button, and “Extra Low fan speed” button)
• When operating with the bypass ventilation switching input. (“Function
selector” button)
14
The supply air fan periodically
stops operating.
33, 34
35
• During the night purge operation. (“Function selector” button)
36, 37
• When two remote controllers are used, one of the remote controllers is
set to the function selection mode or the maintenance mode. (All buttons)
40 - 43
• When the outdoor temperature is -10°C or lower, the fan is periodically
stopped for approximately 10 minutes to prevent freezing of the Lossnay
core. (Cold region specifications)
Page
27
• When the Lossnay unit has duct connections and interlocked with Mr. Slim
or City Multi indoor units, the fan will stop during air conditioner defrosting.
15
The Lossnay unit starts by
itself at night.
When the night purge setting is set to “on”, the night purge operation will be
performed at nighttime.
Page
36, 37
16
Night purge operation does
not work even though Night
purge operation is set.
The night purge operation will not be performed in the following circumstances:
Page
36, 37
• The night purge conditions have not been satisfied.
• Lossnay has been started or stopped during the display of “
purge)”.
(Night
• Night purge operation will not be performed when “CENTRAL” is displayed.
17
Damper board does not operate.
When switching the ventilation mode with the remote controller, a maximum delay of 30 seconds will be generated depending on the timing.
Page
29
18
Delay operation does not work
even though Delay operation
is set.
• Delay operation will not start until 2 hours after the Lossnay stopped.
Page
32
19
Operation monitor output will
not be output until several
seconds after the fan started
operation.
When the TM4 9, 0 output setting is set to operation monitor with delay
function 1 (SW2-8 is ON), the operation monitor will be output 10 seconds
after the fan started operation.
Page
33
20
After operation has been
stopped with the remote controller, the fan continues to run
for a while.
When the TM4 9, 0 output setting is set to operation monitor with delay
function 1 (SW2-8 is ON), or when the TM3 6, 7 output setting is set to
operation monitor with delay function 2 (SW5-6 is ON), the fan will stop 3
minutes after stop with the remote controller.
Page
27
• When the pulse input setting is set to “on”, delay operation will not start.
• When using PZ-60DR-E and PZ-41SLB-E, operation will be according to
the setting of the remote controller.
— 64 —
Temperatures and thermistor resistance table
Temperature
(°C)
Resistance
value (kΩ)
Temperature
(°C)
Resistance
value (kΩ)
Temperature
(°C)
Resistance
value (kΩ)
-30
53.9 - ∞
-7
18.0
8
9.5
23
5.4
38
3.1
17.2
9
9.2
24
5.1
39
3.1
-6
-20
32.8
-5
16.5
10
8.8
25
5.0
40
3.0
-19
31.2
-4
15.7
11
8.5
26
4.8
41
2.8
-18
29.8
-3
15.1
12
8.1
27
4.7
42
2.7
-17
28.4
-2
14.5
13
7.8
28
4.5
43
2.7
-16
27.1
-1
13.8
14
7.6
29
4.3
44
2.6
-15
25.8
0
13.3
15
7.3
30
4.2
45
2.5
-14
24.7
1
12.8
16
7.0
31
4.0
46
2.4
-13
23.6
2
12.2
17
6.7
32
3.9
47
2.3
-12
22.5
3
11.7
18
6.5
33
3.7
48
2.2
-11
21.5
4
11.2
19
6.3
34
3.6
49
2.2
-10
20.6
5
10.7
20
6.0
35
3.5
50
2.1
-9
19.7
6
10.3
21
5.8
36
3.4
...
Resistance
value (kΩ)
...
Temperature
(°C)
...
Resistance
value (kΩ)
...
Temperature
(°C)
-8
18.8
7
10.0
22
5.6
37
3.2
90
0 - 0.7
— 65 —
8. Disassembly and assembly
Work precautions
• When touching the electric components such as circuit boards and fan motors, do not touch the components
for more than 5 minutes after power-off, and then start working.
• Before replacing parts, repair troubled sections according to the instructions described in the troubleshooting.
• When servicing, always keep proper footing.
• When servicing, make sure that the power cord is pulled out of the outlet, or the power supply isolator is off if
no mains connector is built in the product, so as no electrical shock or injury to occur. Pay sufficient attention
when working on the product.
• Always connect the power wire properly.
• After completing repairs, check that the unit operates properly.
The following pictures show LGH-50RX5-E.
(1) Turning power off
1 Shut down the unit.
2 Turn off the power supply isolator on the distribution board.
(2) Fan parts
1 Pull out the hinge, and open the maintenance cover.
Maintenance cover
Hinge
2 Draw the Lossnay cores (with filters) from the unit.
Filter
— 66 —
Lossnay core
3 Remove the core guide.
Unscrew the fixing screws (two special screws 4
x 22.5, indicated by ).
Core guide
4 Slide the connector covers (with the connector)
toward the Lossnay core side, and then take them off
from the unit.
Connector cover
5 Remove the connectors.
Connector
— 67 —
6 Take off the separator.
Separator
7 Unscrew the screws (four PTT screws 5 x 10, indicated by ) for the motor fix plate (SA side).
(Remove the EA side motor in the same way .)
Motor (for supply air)
Motor fix plate
When assembling
Instructions:
When reassembling the unit, assemble it in the reverse order of disassembly.
Always make sure that the unit works properly when reassembled.
— 68 —
9. Parts catalog
Please note the following when using the parts catalog.
1. When ordering parts, always indicate the part number, part name, and the number of
parts required.
2. Parts are not always available, and it may take time for you to receive them.
3. There may be specification improvements.
4. Parts marked
are critical for safety. To maintain safety and performance, always
replace these parts with the parts prescribed.
5. The numbers that are circled in the exploded view are the same as the reference
number for the part being indicated.
Description of screw abbreviations
Screw
4
×
Screw diameter
16
Length
Abbreviation
PC screw
PRC screw
PP screw
SW · PP screw
PPT screw
PCT screw
PTT screw
PT screw
SET screw
SQ · SET screw
P · SET screw
PMT screw
HS · SET screw
P · R · W screw
P · C · W screw
P · R · C · W screw
R · W screw
PW · PP screw
SW-PW · PP screw
Description
Cross recess flat head machine screw
Cross recess oval head machine screw
Cross recess pan head machine screw
Cross recess pan head screw with spring washer
Cross recess tapping screw
Cross recess flat head tapping screw
Cross recess truss head tapping screw
Cross recess truss head machine screw
Slotted head stop screw
Square head stop screw
Pan head stop screw
Primer truss head screw
Hexagon head stop screw
Cross recess round wood screw
Cross recess flat head wood screw
Cross recess round and flat wood screw
Slotted round wood screw
Cross recess pan head screw with small washer
Cross recess pan head machine screw with spring washer and flat washer
— 69 —
LGH-15RX5-E
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Name of part
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PT screw 6×12
Hanger
Cover
Flange
PTT screw 4×8
Maint. cover
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Hinge
Fix piece
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 045
X50 039 710
R50 541 383
H00 000 244
R50 541 380
R50 541 717
Y50 115 619
H00 000 487
R50 541 487
X50 039 717
R50 541 718
R50 541 384
R50 466 344
Y50 029 712
2
8
1
8
4
2
4
46
1
4
2
1
1
1
─70─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
5
7
8
7
2
3
8
6
5
4
8
8
5
4
2
8
7
8
1
8
8
7
10
2
1
2
14
13
5
12
11
10
9
shows accessory parts.
— 71 —
LGH-15RX5-E
LGH-15RX5-E
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Name of part
Special nut (8)
Tab washer
Centrifugal fan
Special washer
Motor
Motor plate
PTT screw 4×10
Motor fix plate
Cord clamper
Motor
PTT screw 4×6
Cord bush
Connector cover
Cord band
Connector plate
Separator
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 331 067
M34 398 077
R50 541 480
R50 028 465
Y50 115 454
R50 214 708
H00 000 332
R50 541 712
D43 008 223
Y50 115 453
H00 312 007
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
D41 006 363
Y50 115 710
R50 541 488
2
2
2
2
1
4
13
2
2
1
16
2
1
1
1
2
─72─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 180
φ 8.1
White
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
31
27
27
31
30
26
26
29
31
28
34
36
26
32
32
36
31
35
— 73 —
23
22
27
33
LGH-15RX5-E
24
31
27
21
LGH-15RX5-E
No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
Name of part
Fix piece
Motor cover
Bush
Damper support
Special bush
Pull spring
Damper
Cord bush
Damper motor
Special bush
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
Capacitor
PPT screw 3×8
Circuit board
Lock washer (4)
Transformer
PT screw 4×8 BS
Cord band
Cord band
PCB fix plate
Bush
PP screw 4×8
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
TB fix plate
Cord band
Side plate
Bush
Thermistor
Lead wire
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 533 693
Y50 115 708
Y50 115 225
R50 541 715
M31 234 089
R50 095 156
R50 213 713
R50 351 225
Y50 061 260
R50 054 225
Y50 115 150
Y50 115 705
Y50 115 368
Y50 115 287
H00 003 005
Y50 115 171
H00 013 076
Y50 115 216
H00 011 008
M45 017 228
K83 170 228
R50 546 705
R50 476 225
H00 000 003
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 115 712
Y55 001 223
Y50 115 711
K82 163 225
R50 546 167
Y50 047 231
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
─74─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC220・240V
1.5μF・440VAC
LG-X3-E
AC230V
White
3P
44
45
43
46
47
42
31
41
48
8
45
51
50
8
59
49
58
60
61
62
63
8
57
8
57
56
55
8
64
54
53
64
8
52
65
66
67
8
8
8
54
8
8
70
8
8
68
— 75 —
LGH-15RX5-E
69
70
71
72
shows accessory parts.
LGH-25RX5-E
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Name of part
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PT screw 6×12
Hanger
Cover
Flange
PTT screw 4×8
Maint. cover
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Hinge
Fix piece
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 045
X50 039 710
R50 541 383
H00 000 244
R50 541 380
R50 541 717
Y50 075 609
H00 000 487
R50 541 487
X50 039 717
R50 541 718
R50 541 384
R50 466 344
Y50 029 712
2
8
1
8
4
2
4
46
1
4
2
1
1
1
─76─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
5
7
8
7
2
3
8
6
5
4
8
8
5
4
2
8
7
8
1
8
8
7
10
2
1
2
14
13
5
12
11
10
9
shows accessory parts.
— 77 —
LGH-25RX5-E
LGH-25RX5-E
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Name of part
Special nut (8)
Tab washer
Centrifugal fan
Special washer
Motor
Motor plate
PTT screw 4×10
Motor fix plate
Cord clamper
Motor
PTT screw 4×6
Cord bush
Connector cover
Cord band
Connector plate
Separator
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 331 067
M34 398 077
R50 541 480
R50 028 465
Y50 115 456
R50 214 708
H00 000 332
R50 541 712
D43 008 223
Y50 115 455
H00 312 007
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
D41 006 363
Y50 115 710
R50 541 488
2
2
2
2
1
4
13
2
2
1
14
2
1
1
1
2
─78─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 180
φ 8.1
White
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
31
27
27
31
30
26
26
29
31
28
34
36
26
32
32
36
31
35
— 79 —
23
22
27
33
LGH-25RX5-E
24
31
27
21
LGH-25RX5-E
No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
Name of part
Fix piece
Motor cover
Bush
Damper support
Special bush
Pull spring
Damper
Cord bush
Damper motor
Special bush
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
Capacitor
PPT screw 3×8
Circuit board
Lock washer (4)
Transformer
PT screw 4×8 BS
Cord band
Cord band
PCB fix plate
Bush
PP screw 4×8
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
TB fix plate
Cord band
Side plate
Bush
Thermistor
Lead wire
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 533 693
Y50 115 708
Y50 115 225
R50 541 715
M31 234 089
R50 095 156
R50 213 713
R50 351 225
Y50 061 260
R50 054 225
Y50 115 150
Y50 115 705
Y50 115 368
Y50 115 288
H00 003 005
Y50 115 171
H00 013 076
Y50 115 216
H00 011 008
M45 017 228
K83 170 228
R50 546 705
R50 476 225
H00 000 003
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 115 712
Y55 001 223
Y50 115 711
K82 163 225
R50 546 167
Y50 047 231
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
─80─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC220・240V
2.0μF・440VAC
LG-X3-E
AC230V
White
3P
44
45
43
46
47
42
31
41
48
8
45
51
50
8
59
49
58
60
61
62
63
8
57
8
57
56
64
55
8
54
53
52
64
8
65
66
67
8
8
8
54
8
8
70
8
8
68
— 81 —
LGH-25RX5-E
69
70
71
72
shows accessory parts.
LGH-35RX5-E
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Name of part
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PT screw 6×12
Hanger
Cover
Flange
PTT screw 4×8
Maint. cover
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Hinge
Fix piece
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 045
R50 521 710
R50 542 381
H00 000 244
R50 541 380
R50 541 717
Y50 075 609
H00 000 487
R50 542 486
Y50 116 717
R50 542 710
R50 542 382
R50 466 344
Y50 029 712
2
8
1
8
4
2
4
48
1
4
2
1
1
1
─82─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
8
7
2
3
8
8
6
5
5
8
4
4
5
7
2
8
8
7
1
8
8
14
10
2
1
2
7
13
12
5
11
10
9
shows accessory parts.
— 83 —
LGH-35RX5-E
LGH-35RX5-E
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Name of part
Special nut (8)
Tab washer
Centrifugal fan
Fan base
Spl washer (10)
Motor
Motor fix plate
PTT screw 5×10
Cord clamper
Cord bush
Connector cover
PTT screw 4×6
Connector plate
Cord band
Separator
PT screw 5×20
Special washer
Nut (5)
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 331 067
M34 398 077
R50 542 480
R50 542 707
M34 706 465
Y50 116 453
Y50 116 712
H00 189 007
D43 008 223
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
H00 312 007
Y50 115 710
M45 017 228
R50 542 487
H00 194 008
Y50 116 080
H00 012 050
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
2
4
2
15
2
2
2
8
8
8
─84─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 220
21
22
23
24
32
30
31
25
30
26
27
28
8
36
27
37
38
29
8
26
28
35
25
38
24
34
37
35
31
22
21
30
32
33
— 85 —
LGH-35RX5-E
23
36
29
30
33
LGH-35RX5-E
No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
Name of part
Fix piece
Motor cover
Bush
Cord bush
Damper motor
Special bush
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
PPT screw 3×8
Circuit board
Lock washer (4)
Transformer
PT screw 4×8 BS
TB fix plate
Cord band
PCB fix plate
Bush
PP screw 4×8
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Capacitor
Lead wire
Thermistor
Side plate
Bush
Cord band
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 533 693
Y50 115 708
Y50 115 225
R50 351 225
Y50 061 260
R50 054 225
Y50 116 156
Y50 115 705
Y50 115 368
H00 003 005
Y50 115 171
H00 013 076
Y50 115 216
H00 011 008
Y50 115 712
K83 170 228
R50 546 705
R50 476 225
H00 000 003
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 116 287
Y50 047 231
R50 547 167
Y50 115 711
K82 163 225
Y55 001 223
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
─86─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC220・240V
LG-X3-E
AC230V
White
3P
3.0μF・440VAC
43
42
32
41
58
44
8
56
47
8
55
54
46
57
8
45
53
34
52
52
51
8
59
50
49
48
59
60
8
61
62
8
8
8
65
8
62
8
66
8
64
8
8
66
63
67
shows accessory parts.
— 87 —
LGH-35RX5-E
LGH-50RX5-E
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Name of part
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PT screw 6×12
Hanger
Cover
Flange
PTT screw 4×8
Maint. cover
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Hinge
Fix piece
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 045
R50 521 710
R50 542 383
H00 000 244
R50 541 380
R50 542 706
R50 429 609
H00 000 487
R50 542 486
R50 521 717
R50 542 711
R50 542 384
R50 466 344
Y50 029 712
2
8
1
8
4
2
4
48
1
4
2
1
1
1
─88─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
8
7
2
3
8
8
6
5
5
8
4
4
5
7
2
8
8
7
1
8
8
14
10
2
1
2
7
13
12
5
11
10
9
shows accessory parts.
— 89 —
LGH-50RX5-E
LGH-50RX5-E
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Name of part
Special nut (8)
Tab washer
Centrifugal fan
Fan base
Spl washer (10)
Motor
Motor fix plate
PTT screw 5×10
Cord clamper
Cord bush
Connector cover
PTT screw 4×6
Connector plate
Cord band
Separator
PT screw 5×20
Special washer
Nut (5)
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 331 067
M34 398 077
R50 542 480
R50 542 707
M34 706 465
Y50 116 454
Y50 116 712
H00 189 007
D43 008 223
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
H00 312 007
Y50 115 710
M45 017 228
R50 542 487
H00 194 008
Y50 116 080
H00 012 050
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
2
4
2
15
2
2
2
8
8
8
─90─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 220
21
22
23
24
32
30
31
25
30
26
27
28
8
27
36
26
37
38
38
23
37
36
29
35
30
32
33
— 91 —
LGH-50RX5-E
24
28
34
30
33
25
35
31
29
8
22
21
LGH-50RX5-E
No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
Name of part
Fix piece
Motor cover
Bush
Cord bush
Damper motor
Special bush
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
PPT screw 3×8
Circuit board
Lock washer (4)
Transformer
PT screw 4×8 BS
TB fix plate
Cord band
PCB fix plate
Bush
PP screw 4×8
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Capacitor
Lead wire
Thermistor
Side plate
Bush
Cord band
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 533 693
Y50 115 708
Y50 115 225
R50 351 225
Y50 061 260
R50 054 225
Y50 116 156
Y50 115 705
Y50 115 368
H00 003 005
Y50 115 171
H00 013 076
Y50 115 216
H00 011 008
Y50 115 712
K83 170 228
R50 546 705
R50 476 225
H00 000 003
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 116 288
Y50 047 231
R50 547 167
Y50 115 711
K82 163 225
Y55 001 223
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
─92─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC220・240V
LG-X3-E
AC230V
White
3P
3.5μF・440VAC
43
42
32
41
44
8
56
47
46
57
55
8
54
45
8
58
34
53
52
52
8
51
49
50
59
8
48
60
59
61
62
8
8
8
65
8
62
66
8
8
64
8
8
66
63
67
shows accessory parts.
— 93 —
LGH-50RX5-E
LGH-65RX5-E
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Name of part
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PT screw 6×12
Hanger
Cover
Flange
PTT screw 4×8
Maint. cover
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Hinge
Fix piece
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 045
R50 524 710
R50 543 381
H00 000 244
R50 543 380
R50 542 706
R50 429 609
H00 000 487
R50 543 486
R50 524 717
R50 543 710
R50 543 382
R50 466 344
Y50 029 712
2
8
1
8
4
2
4
55
1
4
2
1
2
1
─94─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
5
7
8
8
7
8
1
2
4
3
5
8
6
5
4
8
2
13
8
8
2
13
2
1
8
14
10
7
7
5
12
11
10
9
shows accessory parts.
— 95 —
LGH-65RX5-E
LGH-65RX5-E
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Name of part
Spl nut (12)
Washer (12)
Centrifugal fan
Fan base
Inlet ring
PT screw 6×20
Spl washer (6)
Key
Motor
Motor fix plate
PTT screw 5×10
Nut (6)
Cord bush
Connector cover
Cord band
Connector plate
PTT screw 4×6
Separator
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 218 067
K83 466 113
R50 543 480
R50 543 707
R50 543 708
H00 157 008
M34 043 080
Y50 033 104
Y50 117 453
R50 543 712
H00 189 007
H00 061 050
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
M45 017 228
Y50 115 710
H00 312 007
R50 543 488
2
2
2
2
2
8
8
2
2
2
16
8
4
2
2
2
2
2
─96─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 245
5×5×11.5
35
34
33
21
22
33
23
24
25
26
31
37
36
27
38
29
28
30
31
31
32
31
30
32
29
31
25
31
27
28
38
26
24
23
31
37
34
33
22
33
21
36
— 97 —
LGH-65RX5-E
LGH-65RX5-E
No.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
Name of part
Fix piece
Motor cover
Bush
Cord bush
Damper motor
Special bush
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
PPT screw 3×8
Circuit board
Lock washer (4)
Transformer
PT screw 4×8 BS
TB fix plate
Cord band
PCB fix plate
Bush
PP screw 4×8
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Capacitor
Lead wire
Thermistor
Side plate
Bush
Cord band
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 533 693
Y50 115 708
Y50 115 225
R50 351 225
Y50 061 260
R50 054 225
Y50 117 150
Y50 115 705
Y50 115 368
H00 003 005
Y50 115 171
H00 013 076
Y50 115 216
H00 011 008
Y50 115 712
K83 170 228
R50 546 705
R50 476 225
H00 000 003
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 117 287
Y50 047 231
R50 547 167
Y50 115 711
K82 163 225
Y55 001 223
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
─98─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC220・240V
LG-X3-E
AC230V
White
3P
5.0μF・440VAC
53
52
8
51
54
8
57
67
65
56
8
66
8
64
55
68
63
35
62
62
8
61
60
69
59
8
58
70
69
71
72
8
8
8
75
8
72
76
8
8
74
8
8
76
73
77
shows accessory parts.
— 99 —
LGH-65RX5-E
LGH-80RX5-E
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Name of part
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PT screw 6×12
Hanger
Cover
Flange
PTT screw 4×8
Maint. cover
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Hinge
Fix piece
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 045
R50 522 710
R50 543 383
H00 000 244
R50 095 380
R50 543 704
Y50 021 609
H00 000 487
R50 543 487
R50 529 717
R50 543 711
R50 543 384
R50 466 344
Y50 029 712
2
8
1
16
4
2
4
54
1
4
2
1
1
2
─100─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
5
7
8
8
7
8
1
2
4
3
5
8
6
5
4
8
14
2
8
8
2
13
2
1
8
14
10
7
7
5
12
11
10
9
shows accessory parts.
— 101 —
LGH-80RX5-E
LGH-80RX5-E
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Name of part
Spl nut (12)
Washer (12)
Centrifugal fan
Fan base
Inlet ring
Nut (6)
Key
Motor
Motor fix plate
PTT screw 5×10
Spl washer (6)
PT screw 6×20
Cord bush
Connector cover
Cord band
Connector plate
PTT screw 4×6
Separator
Lead wire clip
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 218 067
K83 466 113
R50 543 480
R50 543 709
R50 543 708
H00 061 050
Y50 033 104
Y50 117 454
Y50 117 712
H00 189 007
M34 043 080
H00 157 008
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
M45 017 228
Y50 115 710
H00 312 007
R50 543 489
D41 123 223
2
2
2
2
2
8
2
2
2
16
8
8
4
2
2
2
2
2
1
─102─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 245
5×5×11.5
35
34
21
33
22
33
23
24
25
36
26
30
37
38
28
27
29
30
30
30
31
32
39
32
29
31
28
30
30
27
30
25
24
26
38
30
37
34
23
33
22
33
21
36
— 103 —
LGH-80RX5-E
LGH-80RX5-E
No.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
Name of part
Fix piece
Motor cover
Bush
Cord bush
Damper motor
Special bush
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
PPT screw 3×8
Circuit board
Lock washer (4)
Transformer
PT screw 4×8 BS
TB fix plate
Cord band
PCB fix plate
Bush
PP screw 4×8
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Capacitor
Lead wire
Thermistor
Side plate
Bush
Cord band
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 533 693
Y50 115 708
Y50 115 225
R50 351 225
Y50 061 260
R50 054 225
Y50 117 151
Y50 115 705
Y50 115 368
H00 003 005
Y50 115 171
H00 013 076
Y50 115 216
H00 011 008
Y50 115 712
K83 170 228
R50 546 705
R50 476 225
H00 000 003
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 117 288
Y50 047 231
R50 548 167
Y50 115 711
K82 163 225
Y55 001 223
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
─104─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC220・240V
LG-X3-E
AC230V
White
3P
7.0μF・440VAC
53
52
8
51
54
68
8
57
67
65
56
8
66
8
64
55
63
35
62
8
62
61
60
69
59
8
58
70
69
71
72
8
8
8
75
8
72
8
76
8
74
8
8
76
73
77
shows accessory parts.
— 105 —
LGH-80RX5-E
LGH-100RX5-E
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Name of part
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PT screw 6×12
Hanger
Cover
Flange
PTT screw 4×8
Maint. cover
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Hinge
Fix piece
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 045
R50 522 710
R50 544 381
H00 000 244
R50 095 380
R50 543 704
Y50 021 609
H00 000 487
R50 543 487
R50 522 717
R50 544 710
R50 544 382
R50 466 344
Y50 029 712
2
8
1
16
4
2
4
54
1
4
2
1
1
2
─106─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
5
1
2
4
3
5
8
7
6
7
8
8
8
4
5
8
14
2
8
8
10
2
1
2
12
8
7
7
14
13
5
11
10
9
shows accessory parts.
— 107 —
LGH-100RX5-E
LGH-100RX5-E
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Name of part
Spl nut (12)
Washer (12)
Centrifugal fan
Fan base
Inlet ring
Nut (6)
Key
Motor
Motor fix plate
PTT screw 5×10
Spl washer (6)
PT screw 6×20
Cord bush
Connector cover
Cord band
Connector plate
PTT screw 4×6
Separator
Lead wire clip
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 218 067
K83 466 113
R50 543 480
R50 543 709
R50 543 708
H00 061 050
Y50 033 104
Y50 118 451
Y50 117 712
H00 189 007
M34 043 080
H00 157 008
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
M45 017 228
Y50 115 710
H00 312 007
R50 543 489
D41 123 223
2
2
2
2
2
8
2
2
2
16
8
8
4
2
2
2
2
2
1
─108─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 245
5×5×11.5
35
34
21
33
22
23
33
24
38
25
37
26
30
30
36
28
27
29
30
31
32
39
30
32
31
29
30
28
30
27
30
25
26
24
38
23
30
37
33
34
22
33
21
36
— 109 —
LGH-100RX5-E
LGH-100RX5-E
No.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
Name of part
Fix piece
Motor cover
Bush
Cord bush
Damper motor
Special bush
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
PPT screw 3×8
Circuit board
Lock washer (4)
Transformer
PT screw 4×8 BS
TB fix plate
Cord band
PCB fix plate
Bush
PP screw 4×8
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Capacitor
Lead wire
Thermistor
Side plate
Bush
Cord band
Capacitor
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 533 693
Y50 115 708
Y50 115 225
R50 351 225
Y50 061 260
R50 054 225
Y50 117 151
Y50 115 705
Y50 115 368
H00 003 005
Y50 115 171
H00 013 076
Y50 115 216
H00 011 008
Y50 115 712
K83 170 228
R50 546 705
R50 476 225
H00 000 003
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 118 287
Y50 047 231
R50 548 167
Y50 115 711
K82 163 225
Y55 001 223
Y50 118 289
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
─110─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC220・240V
LG-X3-E
AC230V
White
3P
9.0μF・440VAC
9.0μF・440VAC
53
52
8
51
54
68
8
66
57
65
56
8
67
8
64
55
63
62
62
8
35
61
60
69
59
8
58
69
70
71
8
78
72
8
78
8
8
72
75
8
76
8
74
8
76
73
77
<Note>
The capacitors ( 1: No. 72) were changed to the new capacitors ( 2: No. 78) during production, so there are two types of the capacitors on
the market. Check the production number (production year and month) shown on the nameplate, and choose the applicable capacitors.
Production number (Production year and month)
1205 (May 2012 or earlier)
1206 (June 2012 or later)
Applicable capacitor
No. 72
No. 78
Capacitor configuration
2.0 μF x 1 pc. and 7.0 μF x 1 pc.
9.0 μF x 1 pc.
shows accessory parts.
— 111 —
LGH-100RX5-E
LGH-150RX5-E
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Name of part
Maint. cover
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PTT screw 4×8
Flange
Hinge
Hanger
PT screw 6×12
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Fix piece
Fix plate
Flange
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 543 487
R50 541 045
R50 522 710
R50 543 383
H00 000 487
R50 545 704
R50 466 344
R50 111 381
H00 000 244
R50 529 717
R50 543 711
R50 543 384
Y50 029 712
Y50 118 711
Y50 021 609
2
4
16
2
99
2
2
8
40
8
4
2
4
4
4
─112─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
7
6
5
8
5
6
1
2
3
9
4
9
13
3
8
8
8
15
8
5
8
15
8
14
5
3
2
8
3
10
8
13
12
15
8
11
10
15
8
5
9
8
14
shows accessory parts.
— 113 —
LGH-150RX5-E
LGH-150RX5-E
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Name of part
Spl nut (12)
Washer (12)
Centrifugal fan
Fan base
Inlet ring
Nut (6)
Key
Motor
Motor fix plate
PTT screw 5×10
Spl washer (6)
PT screw 6×20
Cord bush
Connector cover
Cord band
Connector plate
PTT screw 4×6
Separator
Lead wire clip
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 218 067
K83 466 113
R50 543 480
R50 543 709
R50 543 708
H00 061 050
Y50 033 104
Y50 117 454
Y50 117 712
H00 189 007
M34 043 080
H00 157 008
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
M45 017 228
Y50 115 710
H00 312 007
R50 543 489
D41 123 223
4
4
4
4
4
16
4
4
4
32
16
16
8
4
4
4
4
4
2
─114─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 245
5×5×11.5
35
21
34
22
33
23
33
24
25
37
36
26
30
27
28
29
30
31
30
39
30
29
32
31
28
30
30
25
30
26
24
27
38
23
30
37
33
34
22
33
21
36
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38
32
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No.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
Name of part
Motor cover
Lock washer (4)
PT screw 4×8
Bush
Bush
PPT screw 4×25
Damper motor
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
Cord clamper
Cord clamper
Cord clamper
Capacitor
Support plate
Cord band
PPT screw 3×6
Relay
Circuit board
PCB case
PP screw 4×8
Transformer
Control base
PT screw 4×8 BS
Thermistor
Lead wire
PPT screw 3×8
Cord band
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Lead support
Bush
Fix piece
Cord band
Transformer
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 706
H00 013 076
H00 000 349
R50 541 225
R50 476 225
H00 000 007
Y50 123 260
R50 543 150
Y50 118 707
Y50 118 368
X40 181 226
D41 133 225
D43 008 223
Y50 118 288
Y50 118 710
K83 170 228
H00 000 384
Y50 009 268
Y50 115 171
D40 169 382
H00 000 003
Y50 118 216
Y50 118 708
H00 011 008
R50 548 167
Y50 047 231
H00 003 005
Y55 001 223
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 118 709
K83 223 225
Y50 138 728
D41 004 363
Y50 115 216
2
4
2
2
6
4
2
2
1
1
1
3
1
4
1
3
12
6
1
1
6
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
─116─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC100V
7.0μF・440VAC
White
LY-2F
LG-X3-E
3P
AC230V
51
52
53
54
55
64
66
58
64
57
56
65
55
64
5
63
60
62
61
59
5
64
68
35
67
72
5
73
71
70
69
71
5
52
71
74
71
5
52
85
80
79
84
78
83
5
75
76
77
82
82
81
shows accessory parts.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Name of part
Maint. cover
Spl screw M4
Filter stopper
Core guide L
PTT screw 4×8
Flange
Hinge
Hanger
PT screw 6×12
Filter
Lossnay core
Core guide R
Fix piece
Fix plate
Flange
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 543 487
R50 541 045
R50 522 710
R50 544 381
H00 000 487
R50 545 704
R50 466 344
R50 111 381
H00 000 244
R50 522 717
R50 544 710
R50 544 382
Y50 029 712
Y50 118 711
Y50 021 609
2
4
16
2
99
2
2
8
40
8
4
2
4
4
4
─118─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
With filter stoppers
7
6
5
8
5
6
1
2
3
9
4
9
13
3
8
8
8
15
8
5
8
15
8
14
5
3
2
8
3
10
8
13
12
15
8
11
10
15
8
5
9
8
14
shows accessory parts.
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No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Name of part
Spl nut (12)
Washer (12)
Centrifugal fan
Fan base
Inlet ring
Nut (6)
Key
Motor
Motor fix plate
PTT screw 5×10
Spl washer (6)
PT screw 6×20
Cord bush
Connector cover
Cord band
Connector plate
PTT screw 4×6
Separator
Lead wire clip
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 218 067
K83 466 113
R50 543 480
R50 543 709
R50 543 708
H00 061 050
Y50 033 104
Y50 118 451
Y50 117 712
H00 189 007
M34 043 080
H00 157 008
M45 649 226
Y50 115 709
M45 017 228
Y50 115 710
H00 312 007
R50 543 489
D41 123 223
4
4
4
4
4
16
4
4
4
32
16
16
8
4
4
4
4
4
2
─120─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
Left-handed
φ 245
5×5×11.5
35
21
34
22
33
23
33
24
25
37
36
26
30
27
28
29
30
31
30
39
30
29
32
31
28
30
30
25
30
26
24
27
38
23
30
37
33
34
22
33
21
36
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38
32
LGH-200RX5-E
No.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
Name of part
Motor cover
Lock washer (4)
PT screw 4×8
Bush
Bush
PPT screw 4×25
Damper motor
Rod
Control cover
Wiring diagram
Cord clamper
Cord clamper
Cord clamper
Capacitor
Cord band
PPT screw 3×6
Relay
Control base
Support plate
Circuit board
PCB case
PP screw 4×8
Transformer
PT screw 4×8 BS
Thermistor
Lead wire
PPT screw 3×8
Cord band
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Lead support
Bush
Fix piece
Cord band
Transformer
Capacitor
Parts No.
Q'ty
pcs/unit
R50 541 706
H00 013 076
H00 000 349
R50 541 225
R50 476 225
H00 000 007
Y50 123 260
R50 543 150
Y50 118 707
Y50 118 368
X40 181 226
D41 133 225
D43 008 223
Y50 119 287
K83 170 228
H00 000 384
Y50 009 268
Y50 118 708
Y50 118 710
Y50 115 171
D40 169 382
H00 000 003
Y50 118 216
H00 011 008
Y50 119 167
Y50 047 231
H00 003 005
Y55 001 223
H00 141 005
Y50 115 213
Y50 118 709
K83 223 225
Y50 138 728
D41 004 363
Y50 115 216
Y50 119 288
2
4
2
2
6
4
2
2
1
1
1
3
1
4
3
12
6
1
1
1
1
6
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
─122─
Critical
for
safety
Remarks
AC100V
9.0μF・440VAC
White
LY-2F
LG-X3-E
3P
AC230V
9.0μF・440VAC
51
52
53
54
86
86
86
65
55
86
64
58
57
56
64
5
63
55
62
5
61
5
64
60
5
5
59
64
68
69
5
5
5
73
67
66
72
35
71
70
5
72
52
72
74
72
5
52
85
80
79
84
78
83
5
75
76
77
82
82
81
<Note>
The capacitors ( 1: No. 64) were changed to the new capacitors ( 2: No. 86) during production, so there are two types of the capacitors on
the market. Check the production number (production year and month) shown on the nameplate, and choose the applicable capacitors.
Production number (Production year and month)
1205 (May 2012 or earlier)
1206 (June 2012 or later)
Applicable capacitor
No. 64
No. 86
Capacitor configuration
2.0 μF x 1 pc. and 7.0 μF x 1 pc.
9.0 μF x 1 pc.
shows accessory parts.
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