PAR-31MAA

PAR-31MAA
GB
WT06695X01_1
CITY MULTI Control System
and Mitsubishi Mr. SLIM Air Conditioners
MA Remote Controller
PAR-31MAA
Installation Manual
For distribution to dealers and contractors
This installation manual describes how to install the MA Remote Controller for use with Mitsubishi Building Air Conditioning System, direct
expansion type CITY MULTI air conditioner indoor units (“-A” type and later), and Mitsubishi Mr. SLIM packaged air conditioners.
Please be sure to read this installation manual and the files on the CD-ROM that is supplied with the Remote Controller before proceeding
with the installation. Failure to follow the instructions may result in equipment damage.
For information not contained in this booklet, please refer to the files on the CD-ROM that is supplied with the Remote Controller.
If the files are not readable, please contact your dealer.
For information on how to wire and install the air conditioning units, refer to the installation manual.
After the installation, hand over this manual to users.
1. Safety Precautions
• Thoroughly read the following safety precautions prior to installation.
• Observe these precautions carefully to ensure safety.
WARNING
Indicates a risk of death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a risk of serious injury or structural damage.
• After reading this manual, pass it on to the end user to retain for future reference.
• Keep this manual for future reference and refer to it as necessary. This manual should be made available to those who repair or relocate
the controller. Make sure that the manual is passed on to any future users.
All electric work must be performed by qualified personnel.
General precautions
WARNING
Do not install the unit in a place where large amounts of oil, steam,
organic solvents, or corrosive gases, such as sulfuric gas, are present
or where acidic/alkaline solutions or sprays are used frequently. These
substances can compromise the performance of the unit or cause
certain components of the unit to corrode, which can result in electric
shock, malfunctions, smoke, or fire.
To reduce the risk of injury or electric shock, before spraying a
chemical around the controller, stop the operation and cover the
controller.
To reduce the risk of injury or electric shock, stop the operation and
switch off the power supply before cleaning, maintaining, or inspecting
the controller.
To reduce the risk of shorting, current leakage, electric shock,
malfunctions, smoke, or fire, do not wash the controller with water
or any other liquid.
Properly install all required covers to keep moisture and dust out of the
controller. Dust accumulation and water can cause electric shock,
smoke, or fire.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, malfunctions, smoke or fire, do
not operate the switches/buttons or touch other electrical parts with
wet hands.
To reduce the risk of injury, keep children away while installing,
inspecting, or repairing the controller.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire or explosion, do not place flammable
materials or use flammable sprays around the controller.
To reduce the risk of injury and electric shock, avoid contact with
sharp edges of certain parts.
To reduce the risk of damage to the controller, do not directly spray
insecticide or other flammable sprays on the controller.
To avoid injury from broken glass, do not apply excessive force on the
glass parts.
To reduce the risk of electric shock or malfunctions, do not touch
the touch panel, switches, or buttons with a pointy or sharp object.
To reduce the risk of injury, wear protective gear when working on the
controller.
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Precautions during installation
WARNING
Do not install the controller where there is a risk of leaking flammable
gas. If flammable gas accumulates around the controller, it may ignite
and cause a fire or explosion.
Take appropriate safety measures against earthquakes to prevent
the controller from causing injury.
To prevent injury, install the controller on a flat surface strong
enough to support its weight.
Properly dispose of the packing materials. Plastic bags pose
suffocation hazard to children.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of shorting, current leakage, electric shock,
malfunctions, smoke, or fire, do not install the controller in a place
exposed to water or in a condensing environment.
When attaching the cover and the top casing to the bottom casing,
push it until it they click into place. If they are not properly locked
into place, they may fall, causing personal injury, controller
damage, or malfunctions.
Controller must be installed by qualified personnel according to the
instructions detailed in the Installation Manual.
Improper installation may result in electric shock or fire.
Precautions during wiring
WARNING
To reduce the risk of damage to the controller, malfunctions, smoke, or
fire, do not connect the power cable to the signal terminal block.
All electric work must be performed by a qualified electrician
according to the local regulations, standards, and the instructions
detailed in the Installation Manual. Capacity shortage to the power
supply circuit or improper installation may result in malfunction,
electric shock, smoke, or fire.
Properly secure the cables in place and provide adequate slack in
the cables so as not to stress the terminals.Improperly connected
cables may break, overheat, and cause smoke or fire.
To reduce the risk of current leakage, overheating, smoke, or fire,
use properly rated cables with adequate current carrying capacity.
To reduce the risk of injury or electric shock, switch off the main
power before performing electrical work.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of electric shock, shorting, or malfunctions, keep
wire pieces and sheath shavings out of the terminal block.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, malfunctions, or fire, seal the
gap between the cables and cable access holes with putty.
To reduce the risk of shorting, current leakage, electric shock, or
malfunctions, keep the cables out of contact with controller edges.
Precautions for moving or repairing the controller
WARNING
CAUTION
The controller should be repaired or moved only by qualified
personnel. Do not disassemble or modify the controller.
Improper installation or repair may cause injury, electric shock, or fire.
To reduce the risk of shorting, electric shock, fire, or malfunction,
do not touch the circuit board with tools or with your hands, and do
not allow dust to accumulate on the circuit board.
Additional precautions
To avoid damage to the controller, use appropriate tools to install,
inspect, or repair the controller.
To prevent malfunctions, do not remove the protective film or the
circuit board from the casing.
This controller is designed for exclusive use with the Building
Management System by Mitsubishi Electric. The use of this controller
for with other systems or for other purposes may cause malfunctions.
To avoid damage to the controller, do not overtighten the screws.
Use a flat-head screwdriver with a blade width of 4-7 mm (5/32-9/
32 inch). The use of a screwdriver with a narrower or wider blade
tip may damage the controller casing.
Take appropriate measures against electrical noise interference
when installing the air conditioners in hospitals or facilities with
radio communication capabilities. Inverter, high-frequency medical,
or wireless communication equipment as well as power generators
may cause the air conditioning system to malfunction. Air
conditioning system may also adversely affect the operation of
these types of equipment by creating electrical noise.
To prevent damage to the controller casing, do not force the driver
to turn with its tip inserted in the slot.
To avoid discoloration, do not use benzene, thinner, or chemical
rag to clean the controller. To clean the controller, wipe with a soft
cloth soaked in water with mild detergent, wipe off the detergent
with a wet cloth, and wipe off water with a dry cloth.
To avoid malfunctions, do not bundle power cables and signal
cables together, or place them in the same metallic conduit.
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To avoid damage to the controller, provide protection against static
electricity.
Do not install the controller on the control panel door.
Vibrations or shocks to the controller may damage the controller or
cause the controller to fall.
Do not use solderless terminals to connect cables to the terminal
block.
Solderless terminals may come in contact with the circuit board and
cause malfunctions or damage the controller cover.
Hold the cables in place with clamps to prevent undue force from
being applied to the terminal block and causing cable breakage.
To prevent cable breakage and malfunctions, do not hang the top
controller casing hang by the cable.
To avoid damage to the controller, do not make holes on the
controller cover.
To avoid deformation and malfunction, do not install the remote
controller in direct sunlight or where the ambient temperature may
exceed 40ºC (104ºF) or drop below 0ºC (32ºF).
2. System Requirements
WARNING
The CD-ROM that is supplied with the Remote Controller can only be played on a CD-drive or a DVD-drive.
Do not attempt to play this CD-ROM on an audio CD player as this may damage your ears and/or speakers.
Your computer must meet the following requirements to run Manual Navigation Software.
[PC]
PC/AT compatible
[CPU] Core2 Duo 1.66 GHz or faster (Core2 Duo 1.86 GHz or faster recommended)
Pentium D 1.7 GHz or faster (Pentium D 3.0 GHz or faster recommended)
Pentium M 1.7 GHz or faster (Pentium M 2.0 GHz or faster recommended)
Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or faster (Pentium 4 2.8 GHz or faster recommended)
* Core2 Duo or faster processor is required to run Manual Navigation Software on Windows Vista.
[RAM] Windows Vista: 1 GB minimum (2 GB or more recommended)
Windows XP: 512 MB minimum (1 GB or more recommended)
[HDD space] 1GB minimum (available space)
* Windows Vista: Available space in the drive that has the Document folder
* Windows XP: Available space in the drive that has the My Document folder
[Resolution] SVGA 800 × 600 or greater
[OS]
Windows Vista Ultimate/Business/Home Basic Service Pack1 (Business version recommended)
Windows XP Professional/Home Edition Service Pack2 or Service Pack3 (Professional version recommended)
[Required software] Adobe Reader 8.1.3 or later
Adobe Acrobat 8.1.3 or later
* Software to view PDF files
“Windows,” “Windows XP,” and “Windows Vista” are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
“Adobe Reader” and “Adobe Acrobat” are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
“Core2 Duo” and “Pentium” are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
3. Component names and supplied parts
The following parts are included in the box.
Qty.
Appearance
Remote controller (front cover)
Parts name
1
Right figure *1
Remote controller (top case)
1
Right figure *2
Remote controller (bottom case)
1
Right figure *3
Roundhead cross slot screws M4×30
2
Wood screw 4.1×16
(for direct wall installation)
2
Installation Manual (this manual)
1
Simple Operation Manual
1
CD-ROM
(Instruction Book and Installation Manual)
1
*4
Bottom case *3
*4 The front cover (*1) is already installed on the top case (*2) at factory
shipment.
*5 Remote controller cable is not included.
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Front cover *1
Top case *2
4. Field-supplied parts/Required tools
(1) Field-supplied parts
The following parts are field-supplied parts.
Parts name
Qty.
Double switch box
Notes
1
Thin metal conduit
Necessary
Lock nut and bushing
Necessary
Cable cover
Putty
Necessary
Not required for direct wall installation
Required for routing remote controller cable along a wall
Reasonable
Molly anchor
Necessary
Remote controller cable
(Use a 0.3 mm² (AWG22) 2-core sheathed cable.)
Necessary
(2) Field-supplied tools
• Flat-tip screwdriver (Width: 4-7 mm (5/32-9/32 inch))
• Knife or Nipper
• Miscellaneous tools
5. Selecting an installation site
This remote controller is for the wall installation. It can be installed either in the switch box or directly on the wall. When performing direct
wall installation, wires can be thread through either back or top of the remote controller.
(1) Selecting an installation site
Install the remote controller (switch box) on the site where the following conditions are met.
(a) For connection to the indoor unit with an Auto descending panel, a place where people can check the Auto descending panel
operation of the indoor unit while they are operating the remote controller (Refer to the indoor unit Instructions Book for how to
operate Auto descending panel.)
(b) A flat surface
(c) A place where the remote controller can measure the accurate indoor temperature
Sensors to monitor indoor temperature are on the indoor unit and on the remote controller. When the room temperature is
monitored with the sensor on the remote controller, the main remote controller monitors the room temperature. When using the
sensor on the remote controller, follow the instructions below.
• To monitor the accurate indoor temperature, install the remote controller away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and the supply
air outlet of the air conditioner.
• Install the remote controller in a location that allows the sensor to measure the representative room temperature.
• Install the remote controller where no wires are routed around the temperature sensor on the controller.
(If wires are routed, the sensor cannot measure accurate indoor temperature.)
Important
Do not install the controller in a place where the difference
between the remote controller surface temperature and the actual
room temperature will be great.
If the temperature difference is too high, room temperature may
not be adequately controlled.
To avoid deformation and malfunction, do not install the remote
controller in direct sunlight or where the ambient temperature may
exceed 40ºC (104ºF) or drop below 0ºC (32ºF).
To reduce the risk of malfunctions and damage to the controller,
avoid installing the remote controller on an electrically conductive
surface, such as an unpainted metal sheet.
To reduce the risk of shorting, current leakage, electric shock,
malfunctions, smoke, or fire, do not install the controller in a place
exposed to water or in a condensing environment.
(2) Installation space
Leave a space around the remote controller as shown in the figure at right, regardless of
whether the controller is installed in the switch box or directly on the wall. Removing the
remote controller will not be easy with insufficient space.
Also, leave an operating space in front of the remote controller.
External dimensions of
remote controller
30 (1-3/16)
30
(1-3/16)
30
(1-3/16)
Minimum required space
around the remote
controller
Temperature
sensor
120 (4-3/4)
unit: mm(in)
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6. Installation/Wiring work
(1) Installation work
Controller can be installed either in the switch box or directly on the wall. Perform
the installation properly according to the method.
1 Drill a hole in the wall.
■ Installation using a switch box
• Drill a hole in the wall, and install the switch box on the wall.
• Connect the switch box to the conduit tube.
■ Direct wall installation
• Drill a hole in the wall, and thread the cable through it.
Wall
Conduit
tube
Locknut
Switch box
Bushing
2 Seal the cable access hole with putty.
■ Installation using a switch box
• Seal the remote controller cable access hole at the connection of switch
box and conduit tube with putty.
Seal the gap
with putty.
Remote
controller cable
To reduce the risk of electric shock, malfunctions, or fire, seal the
gap between the cables and cable access holes with putty.
3 Prepare the bottom case of the remote controller.
Front cover and top case
Bottom case
4 Connect the remote controller cable to the terminal block on the bottom case.
Peel off 6 mm of the remote controller cable sheath as shown in the figure below, and thread the cable from behind the bottom
case. Thread the cable to the front of the bottom case so that the peeled part of the cable cannot be seen behind the bottom
case. Connect the remote controller cable to the terminal block on the bottom case.
Thread the sheath part
of the cable to the front.
2-core wire must not
be seen on the back.
Sheath
Connect the cable.
(non-polarized)
10 (13/32)
Front
Back
Connect the cable
so that the cable
sheath is not
pinched.
6 (1/4)
unit: mm(in)
Thread the cable.
■ Direct wall installation
• Seal the hole through which the cable is threaded with putty.
Remote controller
cable
To reduce the risk of electric shock, shorting, or malfunctions, keep
wire pieces and sheath shavings out of the terminal block.
Seal the gap with putty.
Important
Do not use solderless terminals to connect cables to the terminal
block.
Solderless terminals may come in contact with the circuit board and
cause malfunctions or damage the controller cover.
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Route the cable behind
the remote controller.
5 Install the bottom case.
■ Installation using a switch box
• Secure at least two corners of the switch box with screws.
■ Direct wall installation
• Thread the cable through the groove.
• Secure at least two corners of the remote controller with screws.
• Be sure to secure top-left and bottom-right corners of the remote controller (viewed from the front) to prevent it from lifting.
(Use molly anchor etc.)
■ Installation using a switch box
Double switch box
■ Direct wall installation
Seal the cable access
hole with putty.
Refer to 2.
Roundhead cross
slot screws
Remote controller
cable
Refer to 4.
Wood
screw
Remote controller
cable
Refer to 4.
Thread the cable
through the groove.
Important
To avoid damage to the controller, do not overtighten the screws.
To avoid damage to the controller, do not make holes on the controller
cover.
6 Cut out the cable access hole.
■ Direct wall installation (when running the cable along the wall)
• Cut out the thin-wall part on the cover (indicated with the shaded area in the right figure)
with a knife or a nipper.
• Thread the cable from the groove behind the bottom case through this access hole.
7 Route the wire to the top case.
Connect the connector on the bottom case to the connector on the top case.
Securely connect the
connectors.
Important
To prevent malfunctions, do not remove the protective film or the
circuit board from the casing.
To prevent cable breakage and malfunctions, do not hang the top
controller casing hang by the cable.
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8 Route the wire to the top case.
Important
Hold the cables in place with clamps to prevent undue force from
being applied to the terminal block and causing cable breakage.
Clamp
Insert the wire.
9 Install the front cover and top case on the bottom case.
Two mounting tabs are at the top of the top case. (A cover is already installed on the case at the time of factory shipment.)
Hook those two tabs onto the bottom case, and click the top case into place. Check that the case is securely installed and not lifted.
Wall
Important
When attaching the cover and the top casing to the bottom casing,
push it until it they click into place.
If they are not properly locked into place, they may fall, causing
personal injury, controller damage, or malfunctions.
No lifting
■ Direct wall installation (when running the cable along the wall)
• Thread the cable through the access hole at the top of the
remote controller.
• Seal the cut-out part of the cover with putty.
• Use a cable cover.
Installation is complete.
Follow the instructions below when uninstalling them.
Seal the gap with putty.
Use a cable cover.
Thread the cable through the
top of the remote controller.
• Uninstalling the front cover and top case
1 Uninstalling the front cover
Insert a flat-tip screwdriver into either of the two latches at the
bottom of the remote controller, and move it in the direction of
the arrow as shown in the figure at right.
2 Uninstalling the top case
Insert a flat-tip screwdriver into either of the two latches at the
bottom of the remote controller, and move it in the direction of
the arrow as shown in the figure at right.
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Important
Use a flat-head screwdriver with a blade width of 4-7 mm (5/32-9/
32 inch). The use of a screwdriver with a narrower or wider blade
tip may damage the controller casing.
To prevent damage to the control board, do not insert the driver
into the slot strongly.
To prevent damage to the controller casing, do not force the driver
to turn with its tip inserted in the slot.
3 Installing the cover and top case
Two mounting tabs are at the top of the top case.
Hook those two tabs onto the bottom case, and
click the top case into place.
Install the cover on the top case in the same way
as with the top case.
Check that the top case is securely installed and
not lifted.
Wall
Important
When attaching the cover and the top casing to the
bottom casing, push it until it they click into place.
If they are not properly locked into place, they may fall,
causing personal injury, controller damage, or
malfunctions.
No lifting
7. Important
■ Discrepancy between the indoor temperature measured at the wall and the actual indoor temperature may occur.
If the following conditions are met, the use of the temperature sensor on the indoor unit is recommended.
• Supply air does not reach to the wall easily where the remote controller is installed due to improper airflow distribution.
• There is a great discrepancy between the wall temperature and the actual indoor temperature.
• The back side of the wall is directly exposed to the outside air.
Note: When temperature changes rapidly, the temperature may not be detected accurately.
■ Refer to the section on initial setting in this Manual for remote controller main/sub setting.
■ Refer to either of the following manuals for temperature sensor setting: indoor unit Installation Manual for City Multi; this
manual for Mr. Slim.
■ At the time of factory shipment, protective sheet is on the operation interface of the front cover.
Peel off the protective sheet on the operation interface prior to use.
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8. Remote controller button functions
(7) Backlit LCD
(2) Function buttons
F1, F2, F3, and F4 from the left
(6) Operation indicator
(1) ON/OFF button
(4) RETURN button
(3) MENU button
(5) SELECT button
Pressing the MENU button will bring up the Main menu as
shown below.
(Refer to section 9.(2) "Main display" for details.)
(1) ON/OFF button
Use to turn ON/OFF the indoor unit.
(2) Function buttons
Use to select the operation mode or to set the temperature and fan speed
on the Main display.
Use to select items on other screens.
(3) MENU button
Use to bring up the Main menu.
(4) RETURN button
Use to return to the previous screen.
(5) SELECT button
Use to jump to the setting screen or to save the settings.
(6) Operation indicator
Stays lit during normal operation. Blinks during startup and when an error
occurs.
(7) Backlit LCD
Dot display. When the backlight is off, pressing any button turns the backlight
on and it will stay lit for a certain period of time depending on the screen.
Performing any button operation keeps the backlight on.
Note:
When the backlight is off, pressing any button turns the backlight on and
does not perform its function. (except for the ON/OFF button)
1/3 Vane·Louver·Vent. (Lossnay)
High power
Timer
Weekly timer
OU silent mode
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
2/3 Restriction
Energy saving
Night setback
Filter information
Error information
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
3/3 Maintenance
Initial setting
Service
*1
*2 *3
*2 *3
*1 Refer to the Instructions Book in the CD-ROM for details.
*2 Explained in this manual.
*3 If no buttons are pressed for 10 minutes on the initial
setting screens, or 2 hours on the service screens (10
minutes on some screens), the screen will automatically
return to the Main display. Any settings that have not
been saved will be lost.
The available items on the menu depend on the connected
indoor unit model. For items not described in the manuals
that are enclosed with the MA remote controller, refer to the
manuals that came with the air conditioning units.
Button operations on the Main menu
Cursor
Main
Main menu
Vane·Louver·Vent. (Lossnay)
High power
Timer
Weekly timer
OU silent mode
Main display:
Cursor
Page
Page
Move the cursor to the desired function with the F1
and F2 buttons, and press the SELECT button to
go to the next page. Password may be required.
The function of the MENU, SELECT, and RETURN
buttons will appear on the setting screens.
Button function guide will appear at the bottom of
the screens.
F1
F2
F3
F4
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9. Turning on the power
Make sure that the MA remote controller is properly installed according to the instructions in the Installation Manual and that the indoor and
outdoor unit installation has been completed before turning on the power.
(1) When the power is turned on, the following screen will appear.
Notes
· When the power is on for the first time, the Language selection screen will be displayed. Refer
to section 11 (8). Select a desired language. The system will not start-up without language
selection.
Please Wait
10%
· Some models of City Multi cannot have more than one remote controller connected. Refer to
relevant documents (e.g., catalogs) for usage compatibility.
Normal start up (indicating the
percentage of process completion)
(2) Main display
After the successful startup, the Main display will appear. The Main display can be displayed in two different modes: "Full" and "Basic."
Refer to section 11 "Initial settings" for how to select the display mode. (The factory setting is "Full.")
Fri
Fri
Notes
Cool
Mode
Main display in the Full mode
(while the unit is not in operation)
Set temp.
Auto
· When connecting two remote controllers, be sure
to designate one as a main and the other as a sub
controller. Refer to section 11 "Initial settings" for
how to make the Main/Sub setting.
Temp.
Fan
· Refer to the Instructions Book for the icons on the
display.
Room
Main display in the Full mode
(while the unit is in operation)
10. Test run <Maintenance password is required.>
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Read the section about Test run in the indoor unit Installation Manual before performing a test run.
At the Main display, press the MENU button and select Service>Test run>Test run.
Press the ON/OFF button to cancel the test run if necessary.
Refer to the indoor unit Installation Manual for the detailed information about test run and for how to handle the errors that occur during
a test run.
Note: Refer to section 12 "Service menu" for information about the maintenance password.
11. Initial settings (Remote controller settings)
<Administrator password is required.>
From the Main display, select Main menu>Initial setting, and make the remote controller settings on the screen that appears.
Initial setting menu (1/2)
Initial setting menu (2/2)
· Main/Sub
· Auto mode
Initial setting menu
· Clock
· Administrator password
Main/Sub
· Main display
· Language selection
Clock
· Contrast
Main display
Contrast
· Display details
Note: The initial administrator password is "0000." Refer
Display details
-Clock
to section (7) "Administrator password setting" for
Main menu:
-Temperature
Cursor
Page
how to change the password.
-Room temp.
-Auto mode
(1) Main/Sub setting
When connecting two remote controllers, one of them needs to be designated as a sub controller.
[Button operation]
[1] When the F3 or F4 button is pressed, the currently selected setting will appear highlighted.
Select "Sub", and press the SELECT button to save the change.
[2] Press the MENU button to return to the Main menu screen. (This button always brings up the
Main menu screen.)
Main/Sub
Main / Sub
Select:
Cursor
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(2) Clock setting
[Button operation]
[1] Move the cursor with the F1 or F2 button to the desired item.
[2] Change the date and time with the F3 or F4 button, and press the SELECT button to save the
change. The change will be reflected on the clock display on the Main display.
Note: Clock setting is necessary for time display, weekly timer, timer setting and error history.
Make sure to perform clock setting when the unit is used for the first time or has not used
for a long time.
Clock
yyyy/ mm/ dd
2012/ 01/ 01
hh: mm
00: 00
Select:
Cursor
(3) Main display setting
Use the F3 or F4 button to select the display mode "Full" or "Basic." (The factory setting is "Full.")
Fri
Fri
Main display
Cool Set temp. Auto
Room
Cool
Set temp.
Auto
Mode
Temp.
Fan
Full mode (Example)
Mode
Temp.
Fan
Full / Basic
Select:
Cursor
Basic mode (Example)
Note: This setting is only for the Main display. In the Basic mode, icons that indicate control status on timer and schedule
settings will not appear on the display. Vane, louver, and ventilation settings or room temperature will not appear, either.
(4) Display contrast
[Button operation]
Adjust LCD contrast with the F3 or F4 button.
The current level is indicated with a triangle.
Contrast
Note: Adjust the contrast to improve viewing in different lighting conditions or installation
locations. This setting can not improve viewing from all directions.
(5) Remote controller display details setting
Make the settings for the remote-controller-related items as necessary.
Press the SELECT button to save the changes.
Main menu:
Light
Dark
Display details
Clock
No 24h
/1
Temperature
Room temp. Yes / No
Auto mode
Yes / No
Select:
Cursor
[1] Clock display
[Button operation]
· Select "Clock" from the remote controller display details setting screen, and press the F4 button
(Change) to bring up the clock display setting screen.
· Use the F1 through F4 buttons to select "Yes" (display) or "No" (non-display) and its format for
the Main display.
· Save the settings with the SELECT button.
(The factory settings are "Yes" (display) and "24 h" format. )
Clock display: Yes (Time is displayed on the Main display.)
No (Time is not displayed on the Main display.)
Display format: 24-hour format
12-hour format
AM/PM display (Effective when the display format is 12-hour): AM/PM before the time
AM/PM after the time
Change
Clock display
Clock
Yes No
12h disp.
AM/PM disp.
Select:
Cursor
Cursor
Note: Time display format will also be reflected on the timer and schedule setting display. The time is displayed as shown below.
12-hour format: AM12:00 ~ AM1:00 ~ PM12:00 ~ PM1:00 ~ PM11:59
24-hour format:
0:00 ~
1:00 ~
12:00 ~ 13:00 ~
23:59
[2] Temperature unit setting
[Button operation]
Move the cursor to the "Temperature" on the display details setting screen, and select the desired
temperature unit with the F3 or F4 button. (The factory setting is Centigrade (C).)
· C: Temperature is displayed in Centigrade. Temperature is displayed in 0.5- or 1-degree
increments, depending on the model of indoor units.
· F: Temperature is displayed in Fahrenheit.
· 1 C: Temperature is displayed in Centigrade in 1-degree increments. This item will not appear
on a sub remote controller.
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Display details
No 24h
Clock
/1
Temperature
Room temp. Yes / No
Yes / No
Auto mode
Select:
Cursor
Cursor
[3]Room temperature display
[Button operation]
Move the cursor to the "Room temp." on the display details setting screen, and select the desired setting with the F3 or F4 button.
(The factory setting is "Yes".)
· Yes: Room temperature appears on the Main display.
· No: Room temperature does not appear on the Main display.
Note: Even when "Yes" is set, the room temperature is not displayed on the Main display in the "Basic" mode.
[4]Auto (single set point) mode display setting
[Button operation]
Move the cursor to the "Auto mode" on the display details setting screen, and select the desired mode with the F3 or F4 button.
(The factory setting is "Yes".)
· Yes: "AUTO COOL" or "AUTO HEAT" is displayed during operation in the AUTO (single set point) mode.
· No: Only "AUTO" is displayed during operation in the AUTO (single set point) mode.
(6) Auto mode setting
[Button operation]
Whether or not to use the Auto (single set point) or Auto (dual set points) mode can be selected by
using the F3 or F4 button. This setting is valid only when indoor units with the AUTO mode
function are connected.
(The factory setting is "Yes".)
Press the SELECT button to save the changes made.
· Yes: The AUTO mode can be selected in the operation mode setting.
· No: The AUTO mode cannot be selected in the operation mode setting.
(7) Administrator password setting
[Button operation]
[1] To enter the current Administrator password (4 numerical digits), move the cursor to the digit
you want to change with the F1 or F2 button, and set each number (0 through 9) with the F3 or
F4 button.
[2] Press the SELECT button.
Auto mode
Auto mode Yes / No
Select:
Cursor
Administrator password
Enter administrator password
Select:
Note: The initial administrator password is "0000." Change the default password as necessary to
prevent unauthorized access. Have the password available for those who need it.
Cursor
Note: If you forget your administrator password, you can initialize the password to the default
password "0000" by pressing and holding the F1 and F2 buttons simultaneously for three
seconds on the administrator password setting screen.
[3] If the password matches, a window to enter a new password will appear. Enter a new password
in the same way as explained above, and press the SELECT button.
[4] Press the F4 button (OK) on the password change confirmation screen to save the change.
Press the F3 button (Cancel) to cancel the change.
Administrator password
Enter administrator password
Change administrator password.
Select:
Cursor
Note: The administrator password is required to make the settings for the following items.
· Timer setting · Weekly timer setting · Energy-save setting
· Outdoor unit silent mode setting · Restriction setting
Refer to the Instruction Book that came with the remote controller for the detailed
information about how to make the settings for these items.
Administrator password
Enter administrator password
Update administrator password?
Cancel
(8) Language selection
[Button operation]
Move the cursor to the language you desire with the F1 through F4 buttons.
Press the SELECT button to save the setting.
OK
Language selection
English
Deutsch
Italiano
Svenska
Français
Español
Português
Pycckий
Select:
Cursor
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Cursor
12. Service menu (Maintenance password is required.)
At the Main display, press the MENU button and select "Service" to make the maintenance settings.
When the Service menu is selected, a window will appear asking for the password.
To enter the current maintenance password (4 numerical digits), move the cursor to the digit you want to change with the F1 or F2 button,
and set each number (0 through 9) with the F3 or F4 button. Then, press the SELECT button.
Note: The initial maintenance password is "9999." Change the default password as necessary to
prevent unauthorized access. Have the password available for those who need it.
Service menu
Enter maintenance password
Note: If you forget your maintenance password, you can initialize the password to the default
password "9999" by pressing and holding the F1 and F2 buttons simultaneously for three
seconds on the maintenance password setting screen.
Select:
Cursor
If the password matches, the Service menu will appear.
The type of menu that appears depends on the connected indoor units’ type (City Multi or Mr. Slim).
<Mr. Slim>
<City Multi>
Service menu
Test run
Input maintenance info.
Function setting
Check
Self check
Main menu:
Cursor
Service menu
Service menu
Test run
Input maintenance info.
Lossnay
Check
Self check
Main menu:
Maintenance password
Remote controller check
Main menu:
Service menu
Maintenance password
Remote controller check
Main menu:
Cursor
Cursor
Note: Air conditioning units may need to be stopped to make
certain settings. There may be some settings that
cannot be made when the system is centrally
controlled.
Cursor
Service menu
Service menu
Not available.
Please stop the unit.
Not available.
Centrally controlled.
Service menu:
Service menu:
(1) Test run (City Multi and Mr. Slim)
Select "Test run" from the Service menu to bring up the Test run menu.
· Test run: Select this option to perform a test run.
· Drain pump test run: Select this option to perform a test run on the drain pump on the indoor unit.
Applicable only to the type of indoor units that support the test run function.
Note: Refer to the indoor unit Installation Manual for the detailed information about test run.
(2) Input maintenance Info. (City Multi and Mr. Slim)
Select "Input maintenance Info." from the Service menu to bring up the Maintenance information
screen. Refer to the indoor unit Installation Manual for how to make the settings.
Note: The following settings can be made from the Maintenance Information screen.
•Registering model names and serial numbers
Enter the model names and serial numbers of outdoor and indoor units. The information
entered will appear on the Error information screen. Model names can have up to 18
characters, and the serial numbers can have up to 8 characters.
•Registering dealer information
Enter phone number of a dealer. The entered information will appear on the Error information
screen. Phone number can have up to 13 characters.
•Initializing maintenance information
Select the desired item to initialize the above settings.
(3) Function setting (Mr. Slim)
Make the settings for the indoor unit
functions via the remote controller
as necessary.
Select "Function setting" from the
Service menu to bring up the
Function setting screen.
Function setting
Ref. address
Unit No.
Grp./1/2/3/4/All
Test run menu
Test run
Drain pump test run
Service menu:
Cursor
Maintenance information
Model name input
Serial No. input
Dealer information input
Initialize maintenance info.
Service menu:
Cursor
[Button operation]
[1] Set the indoor unit refrigerant addresses and unit numbers with
the F1 through F4 buttons, and then press the SELECT button
to confirm the current setting.
Monitor:
Cursor
Address
[2] When data collection from the
indoor units is completed, the
current settings appears
highlighted. Non-highlighted items
indicate that no function settings
are made. Screen appearance
varies depending on the "Unit No."
setting.
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Function setting
Grp.
Ref. address
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Request:
Cursor
Cursor
Common items
[3] Use the F1 or F2 button to move
the cursor to select the mode
number, and change the setting
number with the F3 or F4 button.
[4] When the settings are completed,
press the SELECT button to send
the setting data from the remote
controller to the indoor units.
[5] When the transmission is
successfully completed, the screen
will return to the Function setting
screen.
Function setting
Unt # 1
Ref. address
Mode 7
Mode 8
Mode 9
Mode11
Request:
Cursor
Cursor
Individual items
(Unit No. 1 through 4)
Note:
Function setting
Grp.
Ref. address
Sending data
• Make the above settings on Mr. Slim units as necessary.
• Refer to the Instructions Book when it is necessary to set the settings for City Multi units.
• Table 1 summarizes the setting options for each mode number. Refer to the indoor unit Installation Manual for the
detailed information about initial settings, mode numbers, and setting numbers for the indoor units.
• Be sure to write down the settings for all functions if any of the initial settings has been changed after the completion of
installation work.
Table1. Function setting options
Mode No.
Mode
01
Automatic recovery after power failure
02
Thermistor selection
(indoor temperature detection)
03
LOSSNAY connection
04
Power voltage
05
AUTO mode
07
Filter sign
08
Fan speed
09
Outlet
10
Optional parts
(High-efficiency filter)
Vane
11
Settings
Setting No.
Disable
Enable (Four minutes of standby time is required after the restoration of power.)
Average temperature reading of the indoor units in operation
Thermistor on the indoor unit to which the remote controller is connected (fixed)
Built-in sensor on the remote controller
Not connected
Connected (without outdoor air intake by the indoor units )
Connected (with outdoor air intake by the indoor units )
240 V
220 V, 230 V
Enable (Automatically the unit achieves effective energy saving operation.)
Disable
100 hours
2500 hours
Not displayed
Silent mode (or standard)
Standard (or High ceiling 1)
High ceiling (or High ceiling 2)
4 directional
3 directional
2 directional
No
Yes
No vanes (or the vane setting No.3 is effective.)
Equipped with vanes (The vane setting No.1 is effective.)
Equipped with vanes (The vane setting No.2 is effective.)
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
3
Unit numbers
Set "Grp." for the Unit number.
These settings apply to all the connected
indoor units.
Set "1, 2, 3, 4, or All" for the Unit number.
These settings apply to each indoor unit.
• If "1, 2, 3, or 4" is set for the Unit number,
the settings apply only to the specified
indoor unit regardless of the number of
connected indoor units (one through four
units).
• If "ALL" is set for the Unit number, the
settings apply to all the connected indoor
units regardless of the number of
connected indoor units (one through four
units).
(4) LOSSNAY setting (City Multi only)
This setting is required only when the operation of City Multi units is interlocked with LOSSNAY units. This setting is not available for the
Mr. Slim units. Interlock settings can be made for the indoor unit to which the remote controller is connected. (They can also be
confirmed or deleted.)
Note:
• Use the centralized controller to make the settings if it is connected.
• To interlock the operation of the indoor units with the LOSSNAY units, be sure to interlock the addresses of ALL indoor
units in the group and that of the LOSSNAY unit.
[Button operation]
[1] When "Lossnay" on the Service
menu is selected, the remote
controller will automatically begin
searching for the registered
LOSSNAY addresses of the
currently connected indoor unit.
[2] When the search is completed,
the smallest address of the
indoor units that are connected
to the remote controller and the
address of the interlocked
LOSSNAY unit will appear. "--"
will appear if no LOSSNAY unit
is interlocked with the indoor
units.
Lossnay
IU address
Lossnay address
Collecting data
Lossnay
IU address
Lossnay address
Function Set/Conf/Del.
Select:
Cursor
Address
If no settings need to be made, press the RETURN button to go
back to the Service menu.
To make LOSSNAY interlock setting
[3] Enter the addresses of the indoor unit and the LOSSNAY unit to be
interlocked, with the F1 through F4 buttons, select "Set" in the
"Function", and press the SELECT button to save the settings.
"Sending data" will appear on the screen. If the setting is
successfully completed, "Setting completed" will appear.
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Lossnay
IU address
Lossnay address
Sending data
Lossnay
IU address
Lossnay address
Setting completed
Return:
To search for the LOSSNAY address
[4] Enter the address of the indoor unit to which the remote controller is
connected, select "Conf" in the "Function", and press the SELECT button.
"Collecting data" will appear on the screen. If the signal is received correctly,
the indoor unit address and LOSSNAY address will appear. "--" will appear
when no LOSSNAY unit is found. "Unit not exist" will appear if no indoor units
that are correspond to the entered address are found.
Lossnay
IU address
Lossnay address
Lossnay
IU address
Lossnay address
Collecting data
Unit not exist
Return:
To delete the interlock setting
[5] To delete the interlocked setting between LOSSNAY unit and the indoor units
to which the remote controller is connected, enter the indoor unit address and
LOSSNAY address with the F1 through F4 buttons, select "Del." in the
"Function", and press the SELECT button. "Deleting" will appear. The screen
will return to the search result screen if the deletion is successfully
completed. "Unit not exist" will appear if no indoor units that are correspond
to the entered address are found. If deletion fails, "Request rejected" will
appear on the screen.
(5) Check
Select "Check" on the Service menu to bring up the Check menu screen.
The type of menu that appears depends on the type of indoor units that are
connected (City Multi or Mr. Slim).
(When City Multi is connected, only "Error history" will appear in the menu.)
Lossnay
IU address
Lossnay address
Lossnay
IU address
Lossnay address
Deleting
Request rejected
Return:
<Mr. Slim>
Check menu
Error history
Refrigerant volume check
Refrigerant leak check
Smooth maintenance
Request code
Service menu:
Cursor
[1] Error history
Select "Error history" from the
Check menu, and press the
SELECT button to view up to 16
error history records. Four records
are shown per page, and the top
record on the first page indicates
the latest error record.
[Deleting the error history]
To delete the error history, press the
F4 button (Delete) on the screen
that shows error history. A
confirmation screen will appear
asking if you want to delete the error
history.
Press the F4 button (OK) to delete
the history.
"Error history deleted" will appear on
the screen. Press the Return button to
go back to the Check menu screen.
Error history
Error Unt#
dd/mm/yy
Check menu:
Delete
Page
•Refrigerant volume check
•Refrigerant leak check
•Smooth maintenance
•Request code
These options are available only on the Mr. Slim units.
Refer to the indoor unit Installation Manual for details.
Error history
Delete error history?
Cancel
OK
<City Multi>
Self check
M-NET address
Select:
Address
<City Multi>
Self check
Ref. address
Error
Check menu:
[2] Other options in the Check menu
(Mr. Slim only)
The following options are also
available on the Mr. Slim units in the
Check menu.
(6) Diagnostic function.
Error history of each unit can be checked via the remote controller.
<Mr. Slim>
[Procedures]
Self check
Ref. address
[1] Select "Self check" from the Service menu, and press the SELECT button to
view the Self check screen.
[2] With the F1 or F2 button, enter the refrigerant address (Mr. Slim) or the MSelect:
NET address (City Multi), and press the SELECT button.
Address
[3] Error code, unit number, attribute, and indoor unit demand signal ON/OFF
status at the contact (City Multi only) will appear. "-" will appear if no error
history is available.
<Mr. Slim>
Error history
Error history deleted
Unt #
Self check
M-NET address
Self check
M-NET address
Grp.IC
Return:
Error
Contact
---Error
Contact
Grp.IC
Grp. --
Return:
Return:
Reset
-
Reset
Reset
When there is no error history
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[Resetting the error history]
[1] Press the F4 button (Reset) on
the screen that shows the error
history. A confirmation screen
will appear asking if you want to
delete the error history.
[2] Press the F4 button (OK) to
delete the error history. If
deletion fails, "Request rejected"
will appear, and "Unit not exist"
will appear if no indoor units that
are correspond to the entered
address are found.
Self check
Ref. address
Delete error history?
Cancel
OK
(7) Setting the maintenance password
Take the following steps to change the maintenance password.
[Procedures]
[1] Select "Maintenance password" on the Service menu, and press the SELECT button to bring up
the screen to enter a new password.
[2] Move the cursor to the digit you want to change with the F1 or F2 button, and set each digit to the
desired number (0 through 9) with the F3 or F4 button.
[3] Press the SELECT button to save the new password.
[4] A confirmation screen will appear asking if you want to change the maintenance password. Press
the F4 button (OK) to save the change. Press the F3 button (Cancel) to cancel the change.
Self check
Ref. address
Error history deleted
Return:
Maintenance password
Enter maintenance password
Change maintenance password.
Select:
Cursor
Maintenance password
Enter maintenance password
Update maintenance password?
Cancel
[5] "Changes saved" will appear when the password is updated.
[6] Press the MENU button to return to the Service menu or press the RETURN button to go back to
the "Maintenance password" screen.
OK
Maintenance password
Enter maintenance password
Changes saved
Service menu:
13. Remote controller check
When the remote controller does not work properly, use the remote controller checking function to troubleshoot the problem.
(1) Check the remote controller display and see if anything is displayed (including lines). Nothing will appear on the remote controller
display if the correct voltage (8.5-12 VDC) is not supplied to the remote controller. If this is the case, check the remote controller wiring
and indoor units.
[Procedures]
[1] Select "Remote controller check" from the Service menu, and press the SELECT button to start the remote controller check and see
the check results. To cancel the remote controller check and exit the Remote controller check menu screen, press the MENU or the
RETURN button. The remote controller will not reboot itself.
Service menu
Maintenance password
Remote controller check
Main menu:
Remote controller check
Remote controller check
Start checking?
Begin:
Exit:
Cursor
Select "Remote controller check".
Remote controller check results screen
OK: No problems are found with the remote controller. Check other parts for problems.
E3, 6832: There is noise on the transmission line, or the indoor unit or another remote controller is faulty. Check the transmission line and
the other remote controllers.
NG (ALL0, ALL1): Send-receive circuit fault. Remote controller needs replacing.
ERC: The number of data errors is the discrepancy between the number of bits in the data transmitted from the remote controller and that
of the data that was actually transmitted over the transmission line. If data errors are found, check the transmission line for external
noise interference.
[2] If the SELECT button is pressed after the remote controller check results are displayed, remote controller check will end, and the
remote controller will automatically reboot itself.
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