Installation Manual BRC7C818
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Wireless Remote Controller Kit
MODELS
BRC7E818
Read these instructions carefully before installation.
Keep this manual in a handy place for future reference.
This manual should be left with the equipment owner.
Wireless Remote Controller Kit
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS.......................................... 2
BEFORE INSTALLATION ................................................ 2
REMOTE CONTROLLER INSTALLATION ...................... 3
RECEIVER INSTALLATION............................................. 3
FIELD SETTING .............................................................. 5
TEST OPERATION.......................................................... 6
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Please read these “SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS” carefully
before installing air conditioning equipment and be sure to
install it correctly. After completing the installation, make sure
that the unit operates properly during the start-up operation.
Please instruct the customer on how to operate the unit and
keep it maintained.
Also, inform customers that they should store this installation
manual along with the operation manual for future reference.
This air conditioner comes under the term “appliances not
accessible to the general public”.
Installation manual
• The installation position of this receiver is one corner of
the decoration panel. Therefore, confirm that its position
is set so that the signal from the wireless remote controller can be easily transmitted and its display can be easily
seen.
• If both this kit and fresh air intake kit are installed, only
one duct chamber shall be used. Refer to the installation
manual of the fresh air intake kit (optional hand book).
2.
2-1
BEFORE INSTALLATION
ACCESSORIES
Check if the following accessories are included with the unit.
Receiver
Name
(1) Light receiver
assembly
Quantity
1 pc.
(2) Transmission
PC-board
1 pc.
(3) Relay harness
- long
1 pc.
Shape
Meaning of warning, caution and note symbols.
WARNING ............. Indication a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION .............. Indication a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury. It
may also be sued to alert against
unsafe practices.
NOTE .................... Indication situation that may result in
equipment or property-damage-only
accidents.
WARNING
• Perform installation work in accordance with this installation manual.
Improper installation may result in electric shocks or fire.
• Be sure to use only the specified accessories and parts
for installation work.
Failure to use the specified parts may result in, electric
shocks, fire or the unit falling.
• Before touching electrical parts, turn off the unit.
• Do not touch the switch with wet fingers.
Touching a switch with wet fingers can cause electric shock.
CAUTION
• Refer also to the installation manuals attached to the
indoor unit and the decoration panel.
• Confirm that the following conditions are satisfied prior
to installation.
Ensure that nothing interrupts the operation of the wireless
remote controller. (Ensure that there is neither a source of
light nor fluorescent lamp near the receiver. Also, ensure that
the receiver is not exposed of direct sun light.)
Ensure that the operation display lamp and other indicators
are easy to see.
Name
(4) Relay harness
- short
Quantity
1 pc.
(5) Wireless remote (6) Remote
controller
controller holder
1 pc.
1 pc.
Shape
Name
Quantity
(7) Dry cell battery
(8) Unit No. label
LR03 (AM4)
2 pcs.
1
1
1
Shape
Name
Quantity
1 pc.
2
2
2
1 pc.
3
3
3
(10) Screw for install(11) Operation
ing remote conmanual
troller holder
2 pcs.
1 pc.
(9) Receiver label
(12) Installation
manual
1 pc.
Shape
Name
Quantity
(13) Clamp
1 pc.
Shape
2-2
NOTE TO THE INSTALLER
Be sure to instruct the customer how to properly operate the
system showing him/her the attached operation manual.
2
3.
REMOTE CONTROLLER INSTALLATION
<Installing wireless remote controller>
• Do not throw the remote controller or impose large shocks.
Also, do not store where it may be exposed to moisture or
direct sunlight.
• When operating, point the transmitting part of the remote
controller in the direction of the receiver.
• The direct transmitting distance of the remote controller is
approximately 23 ft..
• The signal cannot be transmitted if something such as curtains blocks the receiver and the remote controller.
• Installing to a wall or a pillar
1. Fix the remote controller holder (6) with
the screws (10).
The side painted black indicates
the switch knob position.
Transmission
PC-board (2)
1
2 3
M
S
SS1
SS2
CAUTION
Change the setting so that the internal electronic equipments
are not damaged with a pen, etc..
When using both a wired and a wireless remote controller
for 1 indoor unit, the wired controller should be set to MAIN.
Therefore, set the MAIN/SUB switch (SS1) of the receiver
to SUB.
2. Slide the remote controller (5) into the
remote controller holder (6) from the top.
MAIN
• How to put the dry batteries
1. Remove the back cover of the remote controller (6) to the direction pointed by the
arrow mark.
2. Put the dry cell batteries.
Use two LR03<AM4> dry cell batteries (7).
Put the dry cell batteries correctly to fit their
(+) and (–).
3. Close the cover as before.
4.
RECEIVER INSTALLATION
3
Unit No.
No.1
No.2
No.3
Wireless
address
switch
(SS2)
1 2 3
1 2 3
1 2 3
4-1. Preparations before installation
Remove the control box lid and the front grill. See the
installation manual that came with the indoor unit for
details on removal.
4-2. Determination of address and MAIN/SUB remote controller
If setting multiple wireless remote controllers to operate in
1 room, perform address setting for the receiver and the
wireless remote controller. If setting multiple wired remote
controllers in 1 room, change the MAIN/SUB switch of the
receiver.
4-3. Setting procedure
• Setting the receiver
Set the wireless address switch (SS2) on the transmission PC-board (2) according to the table below.
MAIN/
SUB
switch
(SS1)
SUB
S
S
M
M
4-4. Receiver installation
WARNING
Be sure to turn off the power before operation.
4-5. Attaching the receiver
1. Connect the relay harness – long (3) and the relay harness
– short (4) relay harnesses to the
connector on the transmission PC-board (2).
Transmission
PC-board (2)
CN1/X1A
Connect firmly to
the connector.
Relay harness – short (4)
CN2/X2A
Relay harness – long (3)
2. Following the figure, insert transmission PC-board (2) into
tab 1, then insert into tab 2 while pushing
tab 1 in the direction of the arrow.
Tab 2 Tab 1
Connector (X24A)
(Black)
Connect firmly to
the connector.
Indoor unit
PC-board
Tab 2
Relay harness
– long (3)
Transmission
PC-board (2)
Tab 1
When attaching transmission
PC-board (2), be careful not
to change any of the settings
of the set switches.
Transmission When attaching transmission
PC-board (2) PC-board (2), be sure not to
bend the PC-board.
Relay harness
– short (4)
3. Attach the light receiver assembly (1) to the 2 tabs on the
indoor unit, as per the figure.
Connect firmly to
the connector.
Tab
Clamp (13)
Cut off any excess
material after
tightening.
Connector (CN1/X1A)
Light receiver assembly (1)
5. Sticking the receiver label
• Remove label on the front grill. Detach the adhesive.
• Stick the receiver label (9) as the indoor unit.
Label
Receiver Label (9)
Tab
Light receiver
assembly (1)
4. Connect the relay harnesses which were connected to the
transmission PC-board (2) in step 1. as follows.
• Relay harness – long (3) to connector X24A on the indoor
unit PC-board
• Relay harness – short (4) to connector CN1/X1A on the
light receiver assembly (1)
After making these connection, clamp down relay harness
– long (3) and relay harness – short (4) relay harnesses
using the included clamp (13).
Following the installation manual that came with the indoor unit,
attach the control box lid and the front grill, then turn on the power.
4-6. Setting the address of wireless remote controller
(It is factory set to “1”.)
<Setting from the remote controller>
ON OFF
TEMP
TIME
Mode
SETTING
(3)
UP
FAN
DOWN
(2)
RESERVE CANCEL
Address
TIMER
Multiple setting
MODE
(4)
SWING
(1)
TEST
(5)
4
TEST ”
(1) Hold down the “
” button and the “
button for at least 4 seconds to get the FIELD SET
MODE. (Indicated in the display area in the figure at top.)
ON OFF
MODE NO.
TEMP
TIME
(2) Press the “ FAN ” button and select a multiple setting
(A/b). Each time the button is pressed the display
switches between “A” and “b”.
(3) Press the “
UP
” button and “
DOWN
UP
SETTING
FAN
” button to set the
FIELD SET MODE
(3)
(4)
DOWN
(5)
RESERVE CANCEL
address.
TIMER
MODE
Address can be set from 1 to 6, but set it from 1 to 3 and
to same address as the receiver. (The receiver does
not work with address from 4 to 6.)
SWING
(2)
TEST
(4) Press the “
RESERVE
” button to enter the setting.
TEST ” button to quit the FIELD SET
(5) Push the “
MODE and return to the normal display.
<Multiple settings A/b>
When the indoor unit is being operating by outside control (central remote controller, etc.), it sometimes does not respond to
ON/OFF and temperature setting commands from this remote
controller. Check what setting the customer wants and make the
multiple setting as shown below.
Remote controller
Multiple setting
A: Standard
Indoor unit
Remote control- To control other For other than
on left
ler display
air conditions
and units
All items displayed.
Commands other
than ON/OFF
and temperature
setting accepted.
(1 LONG BEEP
or 3 SHORT
BEEPS emitted)
b: Multi System Operations remain All commands accepted.
displayed shortly (2 SHORT BEEPS)
after execution
4-7. Stick the Unit No. label on the front grill of the indoor unit
and the back of the wireless remote controller.
Front grille
Unit No. label (8)
(1) (6)
Procedure
TEST ” but(1) When in the normal mode, press the “
ton for at least 4 seconds, and the FIELD SET MODE is
entered.
(2) Select the desired MODE NO. with the “
(3) Push the “
(4) Push the “
NO..
(5) Push the“
are set.
CAUTION
Set the Unit No. of the receiver and the wireless remote controller to be equal. If the settings differ, the signal from the
remote controller cannot be transmitted.
FIELD SETTING
If optional accessories are mounted on the indoor unit, the
indoor unit setting may have to be changed. Refer to the instruction manual (optional hand book ) for each optional accessory.
5
UP
MODE
” button.
” button and select the FIRST CODE NO..
DOWN
” button and select the SECOND CODE
RESERVE
”button and the present settings
TEST ” button to quit the FIELD SET
(6) Push the “
MODE and return to the normal display.
(Example) If the time to clean air filter is set to “Filter Contamination-Heavy”, set Mode No. to “10”, FIRST
CODE NO. to "0", and SECOND CODE NO. to
“02”.
FIRST
MODE
CODE
NO.
NO.
12
(VRV
system)
DESCRIPTION OF SETTING
0
Filter Contamination-Heavy/Light
(Setting for spacing time of display Long-life type
time to clean air filter) (Setting for
when filter contamination is heavy,
and spacing time of display time to Standard type
clean air filter is to be halved)
3
Spacing time of display time to clean air filter count
(Setting for when the filter sign is not to be displayed)
1
ON/OFF input from outside (Set to enable starting/
stopping from remote.)
2
Thermostat differential changeover (Set when using
remote controller thermostat sensor.)
10
Wireless remote
controller (5)
5.
SECOND CODE NO.
FIRST CODE NO.
SECOND CODE NO. NOTE)
FIRST
MODE
CODE
NO.
NO.
0
10
12
(VRV
system)
01
Light
02
Approx.
2,500 hours
Approx. 200
hours
Heavy
Approx.
1,250 hours
Approx. 100
hours
03
—
3
Display
Do not display
—
1
Forced OFF input
ON/OFF
—
2
2°F
1°F
—
NOTE
The SECOND CODE NO. is factory set to "01". However, for the
following cases it is set to "02".
• Air Flow Direction Range Setting
Do not use any settings not listed in the table.
For group control with a wireless remote controller, initial settings for all the indoor units of the group are equal. (For group
control, refer to the installation manual attached to the indoor
unit for group control.)
6.
TEST OPERATION
• Perform test operation according to the instructions in the
installation manual attached to the indoor unit.
• After refrigerant piping, drain piping, and electric wiring,
operate according to the table to protect the unit.
CAUTION
1. Refer to a malfunction code in the installation manual
attached to the outdoor unit if it does not operate.
2. Refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor
unit for individual operation system types.
Order
(1)
Operation
Open gas side stop valve.
(2)
Open liquid side stop valve.
(3)
Electrify crank case heater for 6 hours.
(4)
Set to cooling with the remote controller and push “ ON/OFF ”
button to start operation.
(5)
Push“
TEST ”button twice and operate in TEST OPERA-
TION MODE for 3 minutes.
(6)
Push“
SWING ”button and confirm its operation.
(7)
Push“
TEST ”button and operate normally.
(8)
Confirm its function according to the operation manual.
6
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