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INSTALLATION/USER MANUAL
TYPE : Premium Wired Remote Controller
MODEL : PREMTA000
• Please read this installation manual completely before installing the product.
• Installation work must be performed in accordance with the national wiring standards by authorized personnel only.
• Please retain this installation manual for future reference after reading it thoroughly.
P/NO : MFL62129218
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  • Page 1

    ENGLISH
    ITALIANO РУССКИЙ ЯЗЫК
    中文

    INSTALLATION/USER MANUAL

    • Please read this installation manual completely before installing the product.
    • Installation work must be performed in accordance with the national wiring standards by authorized personnel only.
    • Please retain this installation manual for future reference after reading it thoroughly.
    www.lg.com

    TYPE : Premium Wired Remote Controller
    MODEL : PREMTA000
    P/NO : MFL62129218



  • Page 2

    TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY

    2

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    Here are some tips that will help you minimize the power consumption when you use the air
    conditioner. You can use your air conditioner more efficiently by referring to the instructions
    below:

    READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE.








    Do not cool excessively indoors. This may consume more electricity.
    Block sunlight with blinds or curtains while you are operating the air conditioner.
    Keep doors or windows closed tightly while you are operating the air conditioner.
    Adjust the direction of the air flow vertically or horizontally to circulate indoor air.
    Speed up the fan to cool or warm indoor air quickly, in a short period of time.
    Clean the air filter once every 2 weeks. Dust and impurities collected in the air filter may block the
    air flow or reduce the cooling / dehumidifying functions.

    Always comply with the following precautions to avoid dangerous situations and ensure peak
    performance of your product

    ! WARNING
    This symbol indicates potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided could result in death or
    serious injury.
    ! CAUTION
    This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor
    or moderate injury.
    !

    WARNING

    Installation
    • For electrical work, contact the dealer, seller, a qualified electrician, or an authorized service Center.
    - Do not disassemble or repair the product. There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment
    malfunction, or injury.
    • Request to the service center or installation specialty store when reinstalling the installed product.
    - There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment malfunction, or injury.
    • Do not disassemble, fix, and modify products randomly.
    - There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment malfunction, or injury.
    • The product shall be installed according to the national standards and local code.
    • Apply totally enclosed noncombustible conduit in case of local building code requiring plenum.
    • Use appropriate unit mounting procedures.
    • Avoid direct sunlight.
    • Avoid moist areas.

    In-Use
    • Do not place flammable objects close to the product.
    - There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment malfunction or injury.

    For your records
    Staple your receipt to this page in case you need it to prove the date of purchase or for warranty
    purposes. Write the model number and the serial number here:
    Model number :
    Serial number :
    You can find them on a label on the side of each unit.

    • Do not allow product to get wet.
    - There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment malfunction or injury.
    • Avoid dropping the product.
    - There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment malfunction or injury.
    • If product gets wet, contact your dealer or authorized service center.
    - There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment malfunction, or injury. If the instructions
    are not followed, it may cause death or severe injury of the user.
    • Do not use sharp or pointed objects on product.
    - There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment malfunction or injury.

    Dealer’s name :
    Date of purchase :

    • Do not touch or pull the lead wire with wet hands.
    - There is risk of product breakdown or electric shock.

    ENGLISH

    TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY

    3



  • Page 3

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    4

    CAUTION

    • Do not clean using powerful detergents like solvent but use soft cloths.
    There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, equipment malfunction or deformation.
    • Do not press the screen using powerful pressure.
    There is risk of product break-down or malfunction.

    5

    ENGLISH

    !

    In-use

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY

    30

    Dehumidification Operation

    31

    Monsoon Dehumidifying Mode

    32

    Fan Only Operation

    3

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    33

    Artificial Intelligence / Automatic Operation

    35

    8

    PART DESCRIPTION

    2 set point auto operation (North
    America Only)

    9

    36

    Override control

    OPERATION SETTING –
    Standard Mode

    39

    Hold

    40

    Zone Control

    2

    9

    On/Off

    10

    General Cooling Operation

    11

    Power Cooling

    13

    Heating Operation

    14

    Dehumidification Operation

    15

    Monsoon Dehumidifying Mode

    16

    Fan Only Operation

    17

    Artificial Intelligence / Automatic Operation

    19

    2 set point auto operation (North
    America Only)

    20 TEMPERATURE SETTING
    20

    42 TEMPERATURE SETTING – Advanced Mode
    42

    Controlling Desired Temperature

    43

    Check Room Temperature

    44 WIND SETTING - Advanced Mode
    44

    Fan speed Control

    45

    Airflow Control

    46 SUB FUNCTION SETTING
    46

    Up/Down Vane Angle Setting

    - Standard Mode

    49

    Plasma Purification Setting

    Controlling Desired Temperature

    51

    Energy-Saving Cooling Setting

    53

    Heater Setting

    55

    Fan Auto Setting

    57

    Robot Cleaning Setting

    22 WIND SETTING - Standard Mode
    22

    Fan speed Control

    59

    Ventilation kit Setting

    23

    Airflow Control

    61

    Humidifier Setting

    63

    Mosquito Away

    65

    Himalaya Cooling

    67

    Comfort Saving

    24 OPERATION SETTING Advanced Mode
    24

    On/Off

    25

    General Cooling Operation

    27

    Power Cooling

    28

    Heating Operation



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    6

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Ventilator

    113

    Alarm Popup

    115

    Initialization Usage Data

    7

    165 SERVICE SETTING

    198

    Celsius control unit setting (air conditioner)

    199

    Emergency Heater Setting(air conditioner)

    201

    Setting of Function control during
    group control (air conditioner)

    202

    External Devices Of Indoor Unit Setting
    (air conditioner)

    165

    Service Contact

    117 FUNCTION SETTING

    166

    Service number registration and change

    117

    Lock Setting – All Lock, On/Off Lock,
    Mode Lock

    168

    Model Information

    170

    Remocon version information

    Ventilator with DX(Direct eXchanger)
    Operation Mode

    118

    Lock Setting – Temperature Lock

    172

    Self-diagnosis for Trouble Mode

    121

    Filter Sign Check

    72 FAN SPEED SETTING -

    Elevation Grill Setting

    173 INSTALLATION

    203

    123

    Indoor unit address verification (air conditioner)

    Ventilator

    125

    Robot Cleaning

    173

    Installation of Remote Controller

    204

    Fan speed Control

    126

    Auto Dry

    175

    Group Control

    Setting temperature range (air conditioner)

    127

    Change Temperature

    177

    Air conditioner and ventilation interface

    206

    Static Pressure Step Setting(air conditioner)

    128

    Example of using the change temperature function

    178 INSTALLER’S SETTING

    207

    Guard timer(air conditioner)

    Fast Mode

    129

    Wireless Module AP mode

    208

    Energy-Saving Mode

    Zone Name Setting

    178

    How to enter installer setting mode

    Fan operation in the cooling mode and
    thermal off conditions (air conditioner)

    130

    Override Set Time

    179

    Installer setting code table

    209

    132

    Primary Heater control setting(air conditioner)

    133

    Home Leave Set Temperature

    182

    Test Run Operation (air conditioner /
    DX type ventilator)

    210

    134

    Dead Band

    Air conditioner Fan operation interlocked with ventilation (air conditioner)

    183

    136

    Delay Time - Ventilator

    Central control address (air conditioner
    /General, DX type ventilator)

    211

    Indoor unit Auto-Start setting (air conditioner)

    ESP setting (air conditioner / Gerneral,
    DX type ventilator)

    212

    Occupancy Duration Time Setting (air
    conditioner)

    Indoor temperature detection sensor
    setting (air conditioner)

    213

    Setting for Simple Dry contact unit

    215

    Product direction (General ventilator)

    216

    Express ventilation priority (General, DX
    type ventilator)

    217

    Humidification of Stand-alone Ventilation mode (General, DX type ventilator)

    218

    Humidification Of Ventilation With
    Heating Operation (DX type ventilator)

    219

    Ventilator Fan Speed Alignment (General ventilator)

    69

    Air conditioner - Ventilation Control
    Switching

    70

    General Ventilation Operation Mode

    71

    72

    73 ADDITIONAL MODE SETTING - Ventilator
    73
    73

    74 TIMER & PROGRAM
    74

    Simple Reservation

    OPTIONS

    77

    Sleep Reservation

    80

    Turn-On Reservation

    83

    Turn-Off Reservation

    138 USER SETTING

    184

    86

    Create and Edit 7-Days Pattern

    138

    Date Setting

    185

    91

    7-Days Pattern Deletion

    140

    Time Setting

    93

    7-Days Pattern – Day of Week Event
    Copy/Paste

    142

    94

    Weekly Schedule

    96

    Password Setting

    187

    Ceiling height selection (air conditioner)

    143

    Change Password

    188

    Static pressure setting (air conditioner)

    145

    Main Screen Display Setting

    190

    Yearly Schedule

    147

    LCD brightness in idle

    Remote controller master / slave setting (air conditioner / Gerneral, DX type
    ventilator)

    98

    Delete Yearly Schedule

    149

    Screen Saver Timer Setting

    191

    99

    Holiday

    151

    Schedule Initialization

    99

    Add Holiday

    153

    Touch Beep

    Operation master / slave setting (air
    conditioner / General, DX type ventilator)

    193

    Dry contact mode setting (air conditioner / DX type ventilator)

    194

    Fan speed fixing (air conditioner / DX
    type ventilator)

    102

    Delete Holiday

    104 ENERGY
    104

    Check Energy Usage

    107

    Target Energy Consumption

    109

    Operation Time Limit

    111

    Time Limit Control

    155

    Home theme

    157

    Temperature Unit Setting

    159

    Language Setting

    161

    Control Type Setting(North America
    Only)

    195

    Celsius / Fahrenheit Switching (air conditioner)

    163

    Summer Time Setting

    196

    Zone Type Setting(air conditioner)

    197

    Zone Number Setting(air conditioner)

    ENGLISH

    69 OPERATION SETTING -

    TABLE OF CONTENTS



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    8

    PART DESCRIPTION

    OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode

    OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode
    On/Off

    LG Premium Wired remote controller

    Air conditioner and ventilator will be turned on or off.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● Press On/Off button in the screen.
    - If the product is in operation, Go Back button and Home button will be illuminated.
    - If the product is in stop, Go Back button's backlight and Home button's backlight will be off.

    Operation
    display window
    and
    Touch screen

    Home button

    Back button

    Wireless
    remote controller
    reception part

    Reset hole
    Operation display window: Displays operation and setting status
    Touch screen: Control of product operation and setting status
    *If user presses in many places of touch screen at the same time, touch panel
    can’t response
    Back button: Move to the previous setting screen
    Home button: Move to the default screen
    Wireless reception port: Receives wireless remote controller signal
    - This feature may be disabled depending on the indoor products.
    Reset button: Reset wired remote controller
    - If you press the reset hole with a sharp object, the power will be reset.
    *If you press it too hard, it may cause failure.

    Accessories

    Connecting cable
    (1 EA)

    Remote controller
    fixing screws (4 EA)

    User/Installation Manual

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ENGLISH

    PART DESCRIPTION

    9



  • Page 6

    10 OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode

    OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode

    Power Cooling

    Maintains proper cooling comfort

    It performs a strong cooling in a short period of time.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - The operation mode selection screen is displayed.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the fan speed button on the screen.
    - The fan speed selection screen is displayed.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Cool’ button.
    - The initial temperature set for cooling operation is 18°C (64°F).

    ● During the cooling operation, if you press fan speed ‘+’ button, power cooling is performed
    after fan speed ‘HIGH’.
    h For some indoor units products, according to whether there is a wind amount function, power
    cooling is performed after fan speed ‘POWER’.
    ● During the cooling operation, if you press fan speed ‘-’ button, power cooling is performed
    after fan speed ‘AUTO’.
    h For some indoor units products, according to whether there is a fan speed function, power
    cooling is performed after fan speed ‘LOW’ or ‘SLOW’.

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ENGLISH

    General Cooling Operation

    11



  • Page 7

    12 OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode

    OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode 13

    Heating Operation
    Provides warm air to the space.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - The operation mode selection screen is displayed.

    ● If you operate the fan speed control button during the usage, power cooling is turned off and
    fan speed and set temperature returns to the setting before the power cooling.

    What is power cooling?
    • Desired temperature: 18°C (64°F)
    • Fan Speed: ‘POWER’
    • Fan direction: fixed to cooling operation position

    h Some products do not have the power cooling function.

    These operations quickly decrease
    the indoor temperature.
    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Heat’ button.
    - The initial temperature set for Heating operation is 30°C (86°F).
    - Depending on the indoor unit type, the desired temperature can be controlled in increments
    1°C or 0.5°C(2°F or 1°F)

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ENGLISH

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If there is no button input for about 60 seconds, it automatically exits from the setting menu.



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    14 OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode

    OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode 15

    Monsoon Dehumidifying Mode

    Removes moisture from the air.

    This is monsoon region-specific dehumidification function.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Dry’ button.
    - Dehumidification operation’s initial fan speed is ‘LOW’.
    - Desired temperature setting is disabled when the dehumidifying operation.

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ! NOTE
    You can effectively remove moisture and perform cooling operation at the same time if you
    use this function during rainy season or when the humidity is high.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘M’Dry’ button.
    - Dehumidification operation’s initial fan speed is ‘LOW’.
    - Desired temperature setting is disabled when the Monsoon dehumidifying operation.

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ! NOTE
    Using this function in the rainy season or high humidity, you can operate simultaneously dehumidifier and cooling mode to remove humidity effectively.

    ENGLISH

    Dehumidification Operation



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    16 OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode

    OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode

    Artificial Intelligence / Automatic Operation

    Only fan will circulate air.

    Operation provides heating and cooling to satisfy space requirements.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Fan’ button.

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ! NOTE
    It only circulates indoor air

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘AUTO’ button.

    ENGLISH

    Fan Only Operation

    17



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    18 OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode

    OPERATION SETTING – Standard Mode 19

    2 set point auto operation (North America Only)
    The indoor unit automatically manages room temperature with heating and cooling with extended
    setting temperature ranges.
    2 set point auto mode can operate in 2 set point control mode.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● During the operation of the indoor unit, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● If it is cooling only model, you can control the stages from ‘hot’ to ‘cold’ with values of ‘-2’ to
    ‘2’ based on ‘0’.

    2 : cold
    1 : a little cold
    0 : adequate
    -1 : a little hot
    -2 : hot

    ex) If you feel cold, select "2".
    If you feel a little cold, select "1".
    If you want to keep the current state to select "0".
    If you feel a little quite warm and select "-1".
    If you feel quite warm and select "2".

    ● If you press On/Off button during use, product operation will stop.

    ! NOTE
    If it does not work as desired, select another operation mode.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘AUTO’ button.
    - "AUTO" when the operation mode is selected, desired temperature is indicated cooling and
    heating temperature is desired.
    - "COOL" operation mode when selected,displays only the desired cooling temperature (cooling
    only the desired temperature control available)
    - "HEAT" only when the operation mode selection, Heating desired temperature is displayed
    (only heating temperature control can hope)

    ENGLISH

    ● If it is cooling/heating model, you can control the desired temperature.
    - Indoor temperature is displayed on the remote controller default screen.(As below the picture)
    - According to the indoor unit type, the desired temperature can be controlled in the units of
    1°C or 0.5°C(2°F or 1°F)



  • Page 11

    20 TEMPERATURE SETTING - Standard Mode

    Controlling Desired Temperature
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the temperature button on the screen.
    - It moves to the temperature selection screen.

    ● Press the remote controller screen’s temperature setting button to set the desired temperature.
    - In cooling, heating, and artificial intelligence And 2setpoint auto mode, you can control the desired temperature.

    During the cooling operation
    • If the desired temperature is higher than the indoor temperature, cooling is not performed.
    • Set the desired temperature below the indoor temperature.
    During the heating operation
    • If the desired temperature is lower than the indoor temperature, heating is not performed.
    • Set the desired temperature higher than the indoor temperature.

    ! NOTE
    According to Control type setting value
    • 1Set points
    - You can select the desired temperature from 18 °C~30 °C(64~86 °F) for cooling operation and 16 °C~30 °C(60~86 °F) for heating operation.
    • 2Set points
    - You can select the desired temperature from 18 °C ~ 30 °C(64~86 °F) for cooling operation and 16 °C~30 °C(60~86 °F) for heating operation.
    * A temperature area of extended range can be selected through desired temperature
    range setting option.
    - Cooling : 16~37.5 °C (64~99 °F) / Heating : 4~30 °C (40~86 °F)
    • The temperature difference between the indoor temperature and the outdoor temperature
    is recommended to be 5 °C.(86 °F)

    ENGLISH

    TEMPERATURE SETTING - Standard Mode

    TEMPERATURE SETTING - Standard Mode 21



  • Page 12

    22 WIND SETTING - Standard Mode

    WIND SETTING - Standard Mode 23

    Airflow Control

    Fan speed Control

    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘Air flow’ button.
    - It moves to the direction of air flow selection screen.

    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the fan speed button on the screen.
    - It moves to the fan speed selection screen.

    ● In the airflow selection screen, press the button in the desired air flow direction.
    - Some Air Flow options may not be available due to the of indoor unit selected.
    ● Press the fan speed button to set the desired fan speed.
    - Every time you press the fan speed button
    You can select the fan speed in the order of ‘SLOW’ → ‘LOW’ → ‘MED’ → ‘HIGH’ →
    ‘POWER’ → ‘AUTO’.
    - Depending on the product function, some fan speed may not be selected.

    ENGLISH

    WIND SETTING - Standard Mode



  • Page 13

    24 OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode

    General Cooling Operation
    Maintains proper cooling comfort.

    On/Off
    Air conditioner and ventilator will be turned on or off.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - The operation mode selection screen is displayed.

    ● Press On/Off button in the screen.
    - If the product is in operation, Go Back button and Home button will be illuminated.
    - If the product is in stop, Go Back button's backlight and Home button's backlight will be off.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Cool’ button.
    - The initial temperature set for cooling operation is 18°C (64°F).

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ENGLISH

    OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode

    OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode 25



  • Page 14

    26 OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode

    ENGLISH

    ● Press the temperature control button to adjust the desired Indoor temperature.
    - Indoor temperature is displayed on the remote controller default screen.(As below the picture)
    - Depending on the indoor unit type, the desired temperature can be controlled in increments
    1°C or 0.5°C(2°F or 1°F)

    OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode 27

    Power Cooling
    It performs a strong cooling in a short period of time.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● During the cooling operation, if you press fan speed ‘▲’ button, power cooling is performed
    after fan speed ‘HIGH’.
    h For some indoor units products, according to whether there is a wind amount function,
    power cooling is performed after fan speed ‘POWER’.
    ● During the cooling operation, if you press fan speed ‘▼’ button, power cooling is performed
    after fan speed ‘AUTO’.
    h For some indoor units products, according to whether there is a fan speed function, power
    cooling is performed after fan speed ‘LOW’ or ‘SLOW’.

    h If the desired temperature is set higher thermal cooling does not turn on and only the fan will
    operate.

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    What is a 3 minute delay function?
    If the indoor unit is operated right after stopping the cooling, no thermal cooling is allowed.
    This function protects the compressor from malfunctioning. Compressor starts 3 minutes
    after and the fan starts.

    ! NOTE
    • Setting temperature range :
    Option 1. 64~86 °F (18~30 °C) (default setting)
    Option 2. 64~99 °F (18~37.5 °C)
    Option 3. 50~99 °F (10~37.5 °C) (if connecting to indoor unit with 2set point function)
    • The difference between the indoor temperature and the outdoor temperature is recommended to be 5 °C.

    ● If you operate the fan speed control button during the usage, power cooling is turned off and
    fan speed and set temperature returns to the setting before the power cooling.

    What is power cooling?
    • Desired temperature: 18°C (64°F)
    • Fan Speed: ‘POWER’
    • Fan direction: fixed to cooling operation position

    h Some products do not have the power cooling function.

    These operations quickly decrease
    the indoor temperature.



  • Page 15

    28 OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode

    Provides warm air to the space.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● Press the temperature control button to set the desired temperature higher than the indoor
    temperature.
    - Indoor temperature is displayed on the remote controller default screen.(As below the picture)
    - According to the indoor unit type, the desired temperature can be controlled in the units of
    1°C or 0.5°C(2°F or 1°F)

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    h If the desired temperature is set lower than the indoor temperature, heating mode is disabled.

    ● Pressing the On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.
    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Heat’ button.
    - The heating operation’s initial set temperature is 30°C (86°F).
    - Depending on the indoor unit type, the desired temperature can be controlled in increments
    1°C or 0.5°C(2°F or 1°F)

    ! NOTE
    • Setting temperature range :
    Option 1. 60~86 °F (16~30 °C) (default setting)
    Option 2. 40~86 °F (4~30 °C)
    Option 3. 40~90 °F (10~32 °C) (if connecting to indoor unit with 2set point function)
    • For cooling-only model can not be selected heating.

    ENGLISH

    Heating Operation

    OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode 29



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    30 OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode

    OPERATION SETTING - Advanced Mode 31

    Monsoon Dehumidifying Mode

    Removes moisture from the air.

    This is monsoon region-specific dehumidification function.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Dry’ button.
    - The dehumidification operation’s initial fan speed is ‘LOW’.
    - Desired temperature setting is disabled when the dehumidifying operation.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘M’Dry’ button.
    - Dehumidification operation’s initial fan speed is ‘LOW’.
    - Desired temperature setting is disabled when the Monsoon dehumidifying operation.

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ! NOTE
    You can effectively remove moisture and perform cooling operation at the same time if you
    use this function during rainy season or when the humidity is high.

    ! NOTE
    Using this function in the rainy season or high humidity, you can operate simultaneously dehumidifier and cooling mode to remove humidity effectively.

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    Artificial Intelligence / Automatic Operation

    Only fan will circulate air.

    Operation provides heating and cooling to satisfy space requirements.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● During the operation of the product, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Fan’ button.

    ● If you press On/Off button during the use, product operation will stop.

    ! NOTE
    It only circulates indoor air

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘AUTO’ button.

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    2 set point auto operation (North America Only)
    The indoor unit automatically manages room temperature with heating and cooling with extended
    setting temperature ranges.
    2 set point auto mode can operate in 2 set point control mode.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● During the operation of the indoor unit, press the mode button on the screen.
    - It moves to the operation mode selection screen.

    ● If it is cooling only model, you can control the stages from ‘hot’ to ‘cold’ with values of ‘-2’ to
    ‘2’ based on ‘0’.

    2 : cold
    1 : a little cold
    0 : adequate
    -1 : a little hot
    -2 : hot

    ex) If you feel cold, select "2".
    If you feel a little cold, select "1".
    If you want to keep the current state to select "0".
    If you feel a little quite warm and select "-1".
    If you feel quite warm and select "2".

    ● If you press On/Off button during use, product operation will stop.

    ! NOTE
    If it does not work as desired, select another operation mode.

    ● In operation mode selection screen, press the ‘AUTO’ button.
    - "AUTO" when the operation mode is selected, desired temperature is indicated cooling and
    heating temperature is desired.
    - "COOL" operation mode when selected,displays only the desired cooling temperature (cooling only the desired temperature control available)
    - "HEAT" only when the operation mode selection, Heating desired temperature is displayed
    (only heating temperature control can hope)

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    ● If it is cooling/heating model, you can control the desired temperature.
    - Indoor temperature is displayed on the remote controller default screen.(As below the picture)
    - According to the indoor unit type, the desired temperature can be controlled in the units of
    1°C or 0.5°C(2°F or 1°F)



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    ENGLISH

    Override control
    The wired remote controller manages indoor unit status based on programmed control events.
    User can set timer option at override function and return to original schedule event.
    The ability to switch temporarily to the current occupancy status Override function.
    - If the current "occupied" state, the transition to the "absence" status when "Override" action.
    - If you are a "member" status, "Override" switch to "occupied" state during operation.
    - Changes to the current reservation status before the close time and basically, (Find based on
    occupancy status will be changed by the "Override".).
    - Please refer to "Note" for other details.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● Press the Program button on the screen.
    - It moves to schedule operation mode selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    • It revert to default operation setting if Thermostat doesn't have last occupied schedule in
    unoccupied override.
    - default operation setting: Auto operation mode / set temperature : 86 °F(30 °C)(cool),
    60 °F(16 °C)(heat)
    • It revert to set back operation setting if Thermostat doesn't have last unoccupied schedule
    in occupied override.
    - set back operation setting : Auto operation mode / set back setting temperature: function
    setting – set back temperature.
    • It can be canceled, if Thermostat receive command from other controller.
    • When changes occur in the setting by a daytime reservation operation, the schedule override mode gets deactivated.

    Home leave (Unoccupied Mode)
    The "Home Leave " function enables proper operation of indoor unit when a space is left for a period of time.
    This feature can only be used when Control type setting is set to the 2 setpoint control mode"
    ● In schedule operation mode selection screen, press the ‘Override’ button.
    - Press the Override button "Override" menu will be displayed for setting the end time.
    - You can default value set ‘Override time’ by ‘Function setting – Override set time’

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● Press the home leave button on the screen.
    Change to ‘home leave set temperature’ setting value.
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    Hold
    It is a function that holds the current mode of operation.
    If it is on hold, weekly or yearly or holiday schedule cannot be operation.
    ● Press the hold button on the screen.

    ! NOTE
    • You can’t change setting in home leave mode except cancel the set back mode.
    - lock popup is displayed on the window.
    • It can be canceled ,if remote controller receive command from other controller.
    • When commands are received by other controllers, the home leave mode gets deactivated.
    • When the home leave mode is deactivated, the following takes place.
    - The set points shall go to the current schedule set points.
    - If there are no weekly schedule, the set point shall go to the last set points before the
    home leave operation.
    - If there are no set point before the setback operation, the set points will go to the default
    if the values have not been adjusted.
    - Default setting will be auto. (heat 60 °F(16 °C), cool 86 °F(30 °C))

    ● Touch panel is locked until you release the “Hold" mode while driving in the “Hold" mode.

    ! NOTE
    You can You can’t change setting in ‘Hold’ except cancel the ‘Hold’
    • It can be canceled ,if Thermostat receive command from other controller.
    • When commands are received by other controllers, the Hold mode gets deactivated.

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    ● Touch panel is locked until you release the "Home Leave" mode.

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    A function to control zone with duct type indoor units.
    Wired Remote controller can control maximum 8 zones.
    ● During the product operation, press the screen’s ‘Zone’ button.
    - It moves to the direction of Zone open / close screen.

    ● Select zone button that you want to control.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.

    ! NOTE
    according to installation setting value
    • If no function is supported
    - This entry can not function.
    • old type
    - Zone control is currently only available to monitor.
    • new type(4zone or 8Zone)
    - Any number of zones is installed is displayed on the screen can be controlled.

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    Check Room Temperature

    Controlling Desired Temperature
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s temperature setting button to set the desired temperature.
    - In cooling, heating, and artificial intelligence And 2setpoint auto mode, you can control the desired temperature.

    During the cooling operation
    • If the desired temperature is higher than the indoor temperature, cooling is not performed.
    • Set the desired temperature below the indoor temperature.
    During the heating operation
    • If the desired temperature is lower than the indoor temperature, heating is not performed.
    • Set the desired temperature higher than the indoor temperature.

    ! NOTE
    According to Control type setting value
    • 1Set points
    - You can select the desired temperature from 18 °C~30 °C(64~86 °F) for cooling operation and 16 °C~30 °C(60~86 °F) for heating operation.
    • 2Set points
    - You can select the desired temperature from 18 °C ~ 30 °C(64~86 °F) for cooling operation and 16 °C~30 °C(60~86 °F) for heating operation.
    * A temperature area of extended range can be selected through desired temperature
    range setting option.
    - Cooling : 16~37.5 °C (64~99 °F) / Heating : 4~30 °C (40~86 °F)
    • The temperature difference between the indoor temperature and the outdoor temperature
    is recommended to be 5 °C.(86 °F)

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● On the remote controller main screen, you can check the room temperature.

    ! NOTE
    The temperature distribution in the remote controller installation space is not uniform, so
    there can be a little difference between the temperature you actually feel and the remote
    controller’s room temperature display
    According to Control type setting value
    • 1Set points
    Fahrenheit: 34~99 °F
    - below 34 °F: display ‘LO’
    - over 99 °F: display ‘HI’
    Celsius: 0.5~39.5 °C
    - below 0.5 °C: display ‘LO’
    - over 39.5 °C: display ‘HI’
    • 2Set points
    - Room temperature display range
    Fahrenheit: 52~99 °F
    - below 52 °F: display ‘LO’
    - over 99 °F: display ‘HI’
    Celsius: 10.5~39.5 °C
    - below 10.5 °C: display ‘LO’
    - over 39.5 °C: display ‘HI’
    - For indoor temperature below 50 °F (10 °C), the value perceived by the Thermostat(with
    cable) is displayed.
    • Because of location of Temperature sensing, the real room temperature and
    the this displayed value can be different.

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    WIND SETTING - Advanced Mode

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    Airflow Control

    Fan speed Control
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘Air flow’ button.
    - It moves to the direction of air flow selection screen.
    ● Press the fan speed button to set the desired fan speed.
    - Every time you press the fan speed button
    You can select the fan speed in the order of ‘SLOW’ → ‘LOW’ → ‘MED’ → ‘HIGH’ →
    ‘POWER’ → ‘AUTO’.
    - Depending on the product function, some fan speed may not be selected.

    ● In the airflow selection screen, press the button in the desired air flow direction.
    - Some Air Flow options may not be available due to the of indoor unit selected.

    Figure

    Description
    Automatically changes the airflow to up and down.

    Automatically changes the airflow to left and right.
    If it is connected to a indoor unit with 4 vanes exits, Air moves by
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    Up/Down Vane Angle Setting

    ● In Vane Angle (Up/Down) Setting screen, press the button of the vane to control the air flow angle.
    - Up and down button and check the moving vane.
    - To set the angles of all the vanes at the same time, select ‘All’ button.

    ● During the indoor unit operation, press screen’s ‘additional function menu‘ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ● Press ‘▲’ and ‘▼’ button to select the vane angle of the selected one.
    - Vane angles of movement are offered 5 stages or 6 stages according to each indoor unit.
    - To reset to the initial factory default setting state, press ‘Initialize’ button.
    - "Initialize" is selected, and select all the vanes are fixed to the initial value (vane angle 3)
    ● In the setting menu list, press ‘Vane Angle(Up/Down)’
    - It moves to Vane Angle (Up/Down) Setting screen.

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    Plasma Purification Setting

    ● Set the vane angles of the remaining vanes using the same procedure as above.
    - Depending on the model of your indoor unit, you may only have 1 or 2 vane settings that can
    be applied (i.e., 1-way or 2-way cassettes).

    ● In Additional Function Setting screen, press ‘Plasma Purification’, ‘OFF/ON’ button to activate
    or turn off the desired function.

    ● If you press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If there is no button input for about 60 seconds, it automatically exits from the setting menu.

    Improves indoor air quality
    ● During the product operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● Press ‘Save’ button to save the vane angle setting.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, changed value will not be applied.
    - When you press the Save button, only the values currently displayed on the screen will be applied. Example) Select vane 1 → Change angle → Save → Select vane 3 → Save
    - Verify by sight that the new vane angle setting has been applied. If the vane angle stays at
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    Energy-Saving Cooling Setting
    Energy-Saving cooling function enhances the comfort of the user and to improves the EnergySaving performance by controlling the desired temperature during the cooling operation.
    This function is only available during the cooling operation.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press “Energy Saving” button at the top right of the screen.
    - The Energy-Saving cooling is set.

    ● The set additional operation symbol is displayed at the top right of the remote controller main
    screen.

    ● The set additional operation is displayed at the top right of the main screen.
    - If you press ‘Energy Saving’ button one more time, it will be turned off.

    ● You can also set or turn off the Energy-Saving cooling through the additional operation menu.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to the additional function selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    • Plasma Purification is an additional function, and it may not be displayed or performed in
    some indoor unit models.
    • Air cleaning function can only work when indoor unit is in operation.
    • If you want to operate purification only, set the plasma purification in fan mode.

    ENGLISH

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed within 60 seconds after setting functions, it automatically exits from
    the setting menu.

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    Heater Setting
    It is the function to reinforce the heating performance by turning on the electric heater during the
    heating operation. It can be set only during heating operation.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds, it automatically exits from the setting menu.
    ● In additional function setting screen, press ‘Electric Heater’ category’s ‘OFF/ON’ button to set
    or turn off the desired state.

    ● The set additional operation is displayed at the top right of the main screen.
    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds, it automatically exits from the setting menu.

    ! NOTE
    • You can set the Energy-Saving function only during the cooling operation.
    • Energy-Saving function may not work in some indoor unit products.

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    ● In additional function setting screen, press ‘Energy Saving’ category’s ‘OFF/ON’ button to set
    or turn off the desired state.

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    Fan Auto Setting
    Select fan operation after performing thermal control of indoor units.
    If set to 'ON', fan operation keeps on after thermal operation of indoor units.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    Heater function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ● In additional function setting screen, press ‘Fan Auto’ category’s ‘OFF/ON’ button to set or
    turn off the desired state.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting mode.
    - If there is no button input for about 60 seconds, it automatically exits from the setting mode.

    ENGLISH

    ● The set additional operation is displayed at the top right of the default screen.

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    Robot Cleaning Setting
    The robot cleaning function is a function to automatically clean the filter with the cleaner installed
    in the product after using the air conditioner for certain time period.
    It can be set 30 seconds after stopping the operation.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    Fan auto function may not work in some indoor unit products.
    ● In additional function setting screen, press the ‘Robot Cleaning’, ‘OFF/ON’ button to set or turn
    off the desired state.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds, it automatically exits from the setting menu.

    ENGLISH

    ● The set additional operation is displayed at the top right of the default screen.

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    Ventilation kit Setting
    Function enables operation of an optional ventilation kit with indoor units
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    Robot cleaning setting function may not work ins soe indoor unit products.

    ● In additional function setting screen, press ‘Ventilation’ category’s ‘OFF/ON’ button to set or
    turn off the desired state.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds after the setting, it will automatically exit from the
    setting menu.

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    Humidifier Setting
    Function enables a humidifier if one is installed to maintain space comfort.
    ● During the product operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    Ventilation kit control function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ● In additional function setting screen, press ‘Humidifier’, ‘OFF/ON’ button to set or turn off the
    desired state.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds it automatically exits from the setting menu.

    ENGLISH

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    Mosquito Away
    Mosquito Away is a device to radiate frequency which mosquitoes don’t like.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    Humidification function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ● In additional function setting screen, press the ‘Mosquito Away’, ‘OFF/ON’ button to set or
    turn off the desired state.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds after the setting, it will automatically exit from the
    setting menu.

    ENGLISH

    ● The set additional operation is displayed at the top right of the default screen.

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    Himalaya Cooling
    Mosquito Away is a device to radiate frequency which mosquitoes don’t like.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    Mosquito away function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ● In additional function setting screen, press the ‘Himalaya Cooling’, ‘OFF/ON’ button to set or
    turn off the desired state.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds after the setting, it will automatically exit from the
    setting menu.

    ENGLISH

    ● The set additional operation is displayed at the top right of the default screen.

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    Comfort Saving
    Only products with Comfort Saving function can use this.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the screen’s ‘additional function menu’ button.
    - It moves to additional function selection screen.

    ! NOTE
    Himalaya cooling function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ● In additional function setting screen, press the ‘Comfort Saving’, ‘OFF/ON’ button to set or
    turn off the desired state.

    ● If you press ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds after the setting, it will automatically exit from the
    setting menu.

    ENGLISH

    ● The set additional operation is displayed at the top right of the default screen.

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    OPERATION SETTING - Ventilator
    Air conditioner - Ventilation Control Switching
    This function is only used when air conditioner and ventilator are connected to one remote controller.
    The function operates to use thermal cooling along with ventilation to provide space comfort.
    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● During the product operation, press the ‘ERV’ tab.
    - It switches from the air conditioner mode to the ventilation mode.

    ! NOTE
    Comfort saving function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ● How to switch to the air conditioner mode
    - Automatic switching: If no buttons are pressed for 15 seconds or longer in ventilation mode,
    it automatically switches to the air conditioner control/monitoring interface.
    - Manual switching: If you press the air conditioner Tab in ERV interface, it manually switches.

    ENGLISH

    ● The set additional operation is displayed at the top right of the default screen.

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    OPERATION SETTING - VENTILATION

    Ventilator with DX(Direct eXchanger) Operation Mode

    You can select the ventilation mode when it is connected to a ventilation product.

    It uses the heat exchanger inside the ventilation product to perform the ventilation operation
    function at the same time of cooling or heating operation.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.

    ● Press remote controller screen 1 time to turn on.
    - If remote controller operation is not used, screen will go into energy savings mode.
    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the desired ventilation mode button.
    - You can select Auto, Recovery, or Bypass mode.

    ● During the indoor unit operation, press the desired ventilation mode button.

    ● During the operation of the indoor unit, press the mode button on the screen.
    - You can select Auto, Recovery, or Bypass mode.
    Ventilation mode

    Function Description
    It measures the ventilation system’s indoor temperature and outdoor temperature to automatically operate in the optimal ventilation mode.

    Perform both air supply/discharge ventilation through the heat exchanger. Suitable for use in Summer/Winter during large temperature differences between indoor/outdoor.

    Used to keep discharged air from entering the heat exchanger.
    Used during the Spring/Fall seasons to keep allergens or pollutant
    from entering the room.

    ● Press the remote controller screen’s temperature control button to set the desired temperature.
    - In cooling, heating, and automatic mode, you can control the desired temperature.

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    ADDITIONAL MODE SETTING - Ventilator

    Fan speed Control

    Fast Mode

    Remove sentence.

    It quickly performs ventilation in a short period of time.
    It is a function for more efficient operation of the ventilation function through the fast mode,
    which is an additional function of the ventilation product.

    ● Choose a fan speed button to set the desired Fan speed.
    - You can select the fan speed among Auto, Low, High, or Power.
    - For direct ventilation, press the fan speed button to select the fan speed in the order of ‘Low’
    → ‘High’ → ‘Power’ → ‘Auto’.
    - You can set and use the automatic fan speed after installing the air pollution (CO2) sensor.

    ● During operation, press the ‘Fast’ button.
    - Every time you press the ‘Fast’ button, it switches between express mode ‘setting ↔ turned
    off’ states.

    Energy-Saving Mode
    < General ventilation >

    It performs Energy-Saving function at the same time of efficient ventilation.
    ● During operation, press the ‘Energy’ button.
    - Evert time you press the ‘Energy’ button, it switches between Fast mode ‘setting’ ↔ turned
    off’ states.

    < Ventilation unit with DX>

    ! NOTE
    • General ventilator and the direct expenditure type ventilator have same additional operations (Fast mode, Energy-Saving mode).
    • The additional operation setting method of the air cleaning/heater/humidifier, etc. are the
    same as the air conditioner.

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    ● In the easy timer setting menu screen, press ‘Disable/Enable’ button to set or turn off the easy
    timer.

    Simple Reservation
    "Setting has the option to be set between 1-7 hours in 1 hour increments.
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Timer Setting menu’ button.
    - It moves to the Timer Setting menu screen.

    ● During the Simple Reservation setting, press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to set the simple reservation
    time.
    - You can select from 1~7 hours.

    ● In the Timer Setting menu screen, press ‘Timer’ button.
    - It moves to the timer setting screen.

    ● Press the Save button when done.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your settings will not be saved.
    ● In the timer setting menu screen, press ‘Simple Reservation’ category.
    - It moves to the easy timer setting screen.

    ENGLISH

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    Sleep Reservation
    Sleep Reservation Places the unit into sleep mode or lets the unit know to stop at a certain time.
    After connection with ventilation product, During the Sleep Reservation Setting, The system operations in
    Sleep mode, and when it passes the set time, only the Sleep Reservation is turned off.
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Timer Setting menu’ button.
    - It moves to the Timer Setting menu screen.

    ● In the Timer Setting menu screen, press the ‘Timer’ button.
    - It moves to the timer setting screen.

    ● In the timer setting menu screen, press the ‘Sleep Reservation’.
    - It moves to the Sleep Reservation Setting screen.
    - Sleep Reservation can be activated when the indoor unit is in operation.

    ENGLISH

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds, it will automatically exit from the setting menu.

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    ● During the Sleep Reservation setting, press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to set the sleep activation time.
    - Air conditioner: You can select from 1~7 hours.
    - Ventilation: You can select from 1~12 hours.

    ● Press the Save button when you are done to save all changes.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your setting changes will not be applied.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds, it will automatically exit from the setting menu.

    ENGLISH

    ● In the Sleep Reservation Setting menu screen, press ‘Disable/Enable’ button to set or turn off
    this function.

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    The unit is instructed to turn on at a set time automatically.

    ● In the Turn-On Reservation Setting menu screen, press ‘Disable/Enable’ button to set or turn
    off ‘Turn-On Reservation’.

    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Timer Setting menu‘ button.
    - It moves to the Timer Setting menu screen.

    ● Press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to set to turn on time.
    ● In the Timer Setting menu screen, press ‘Daily’ button.
    - It moves to the Daily Timer Setting screen.

    ● In Daily Timer Setting menu screen, press ‘Turn-On Reservation’ category.
    - It moves to ON Timer Setting screen.

    ● Press the Save button well done.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.

    ENGLISH

    Turn-On Reservation

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    Turn-Off Reservation
    The indoor unit is automatically turned off at the a set time.
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Timer Setting menu‘ button.
    - It moves to the Timer Setting menu screen.

    ● In the Timer Setting menu screen, press ‘Daily‘ button.
    - It moves to the Daily Reservation Setting screen.

    ● In the Daily Timer Setting menu screen, press ‘Turn-Off Reservation’ category.
    - It moves to the OFF Timer setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds, it will automatically exit from the setting menu.

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    ● Press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to set to turn off time.

    ● Press the Save button well done.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’ or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting menu.
    - If no buttons are pressed for 60 seconds, it will automatically exit from the setting menu.

    ENGLISH

    ● In the OFF Timer Setting menu screen, press ‘Disable/Enable’ button to set or turn off the OFF
    Timer.

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    You can create and edit 7-day patterns that can be applied to weekly and yearly schedules
    ● Create a new pattern
    - In the 7-Days schedule screen, press ’Edit’ button, to edit patterns.
    - Select one from the pattern list marked as ‘Empty’.

    ● Edit the existing patterns
    - In the 7-Days schedule screen, press ’Edit’ button, enter to edit patterns.
    - Select a pattern to edit among the existing registered patterns.

    ● Naming of the 7-Days pattern.
    - You can select the name according to the desired usage among the pattern name list by selecting the pattern name edit box.
    - Select the pattern name and select ‘Next’ button, then you can set the detail event setting.
    - When editing, if you do not need to change the pattern name, you can move directly to the
    next step.

    ENGLISH

    Create and Edit 7-Days Pattern

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    ● Set the detail event.
    - When setting up a specific time through the weekly schedule screen, start by pressing the up
    or down smaller arrows located above and below the "ON" circle as shown below.
    - Pressing the center area of the circle, toggles the time On or Off and advances to the next
    event (example: mode, temperature, fan speed) as outlined in the flow setting below.
    Indoor unit event setting flow : On/Off → mode → temperature → fan speed
    On/Off → occupancy → mode → temperature → fanspeed(in 2set
    control mode)
    * If you select Auto mode in 2set control operating mode increases the desired temperature setting step.(cooling temperature → heating temperature)
    Ventilation event setting flow: On/Off → mode → fan speed

    ● Select the day of week and time to set the desired control event.
    - Choose the desired day off week, by pressing one of the days of the week buttons. Note that
    you can choose only one day of the week at a time.
    - Press the left or right arrow keys on the display to scroll the timer. You can also press the
    AM/PM button at the top of the screen to switch to morning or evening hours.
    - When choosing a time period, you can make choices in half and hour increments (30 minute
    time units).

    ENGLISH

    ● Through the event edit, set the desired controls.
    - The Edit button will change to Save, so you can save your control settings.

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    ● Press Save, once the event has been deleted.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, the changes will not be applied.

    ● Delete a detail event.
    - To delete an event, press and hold for 2 seconds, a message to confirm whether to delete
    the event is displayed on the screen.

    7-Days Pattern Deletion
    ● In the weekly timer setting menu screen, press ‘Edit’ button.
    - It switches to the weekly timer edit state.

    ● Press ‘Delete’ button next to the pattern name to delete.

    ENGLISH

    ● You can register up to 5 events per day of week.
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    7-Days Pattern – Day of Week Event Copy/Paste
    ● In the weekly timer setting screen, press ‘Edit’.
    - It enters the weekly timer edit mode.

    ● In the weekly timer setting - timer event setting screen, press and hold the day of week button
    for 3 seconds to ‘copy’.
    - The timer copied day of week button will have a frame mark.

    ● The screen to select day of week will be displayed.
    - The day of w`eek to copy.

    ENGLISH

    ● The following confirmation message window is displayed.
    - Press ‘OK’ button to delete.

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    Weekly Schedule
    You can set the weekly schedule events in the unit of a week.
    Note : Once you set the weekly schedule, the function will continue until it is cancelled.
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Timer Setting menu’ button.
    - It moves to the Timer Setting menu screen.

    ● In the Timer Setting menu screen, press ‘7-Days’ button.
    - It moves to the Weekly Timer Setting screen.

    ● In the weekly timer pattern list, select the pattern to apply to the weekly timer.
    - When you select the desired pattern among the weekly schedule, a confirmation message
    window is displayed.
    - If you select Confirm in the confirm message window, it is immediately applied, and the selection check will be marked next to the corresponding pattern name.

    ● Turning off the application of the pattern applied to the weekly schedule, haults weekly scheduled operation.
    - If you select the pattern applied to the weekly timer one more time, turn off confirmation window is displayed.
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    You can set yearly schedules that can be applied by month.
    It uses the weekly schedule to perform the Yearly schedule function.

    ● In the yearly schedule screen, press the desired time area.
    - Yearly Timer event is created.

    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Timer Setting menu’ button.
    - It moves to the Timer Setting menu screen.

    ● In the Timer Setting menu screen, press ‘Yearly’ button.
    - It moves to the Yearly schedule Setting screen.

    ● Press ‘<’, ‘>‘ button to advance through each month's numerical equivalent (1=Jan, 2=Feb, etc.)
    - You can adjust in the units of ‘month’.
    - Example) June, July, August

    ● Press ▲, ▼ button to select the weekly schedule pattern to use in the yearly schedule operation.
    - You can set the Yearly schedule setting only when the weekly timer pattern is created.

    ● After selecting the yearly schedule, set by pressing the center circle.

    ENGLISH

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    Holiday
    It automatically stops on the set date.
    If the operation is set, the operation stops at every o’clock.
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Timer’ button.
    - It moves to the Timer Setting screen.

    Delete Yearly Schedule
    ● In the yearly schedule screen, press ‘Edit’ button.
    - The yearly schedule screen will be placed into edit mode.

    ● In the Timer Setting screen, press ‘Holiday‘ button.
    - It moves to the Holiday Setting screen.

    ● Press the yearly event for 2 seconds or longer to delete.
    - Yearly schedule event will be deleted.
    - Verify the deletion, and press ’Save’ button to apply the change.

    Add Holiday
    ● In the Holiday Timer Setting screen, press ‘Edit’.
    - It changes to a state that you can add scheduled holiday.

    ENGLISH

    ● Press the ‘Save’ button to save the set desired reservation.
    - If you exit this screen before pressing the Save button, the changes will not be applied.

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    ● In the Holiday Timer screen, press ‘Done’ button one more time to complete the addition of
    Holiday.
    - If you exit without pressing the ‘Done’ button, your changes will not be applied.
    - Pressing Done will close the edit mode of this screen.

    ● Press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to set the date for a scheduled holiday.
    ● Press ‘Home’‘, Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button to exit from the setting screen.

    ● Press Done to commit any date changes.
    - If you exit without pressing the Finish button, your changes will not be applied.

    ENGLISH

    ● Press empty to add a scheduled Holiday event.
    - It moves to Add Holiday screen.
    - You can make any changes to an already set timer for that Holiday.

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    ● In the Holiday screen, press ‘Edit’.
    - It is changed to the state that you can delete a Holiday.
    - ‘Delete’ button is displayed on the right side of the section set as a holiday.

    ● Press the Holiday you want to delete and then press the Delete button to the right of that Holiday.

    ● After the deletion, press ‘Done’.
    - If you exit without pressing the ‘Done’ button, your changes will not be applied.

    ● Press ‘Home’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button to exit from the setting screen.

    ENGLISH

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    Check Energy Usage
    You can check energy usage (operation time, power consumption).

    ● In the Energy Saving menu screen, press ‘Weekly’ button to view the weekly energy usage
    goal and the usage amount.
    - The energy usage is displayed as a bar graph for each day of the week. The bars are color
    coded to indicate if the usage is under (green), near (yellow) or over (red) the target/goal energy setpoint.

    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Energy Saving menu’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy Saving setting menu screen.

    ● From the Energy Saving setting screen, you can view the energy usage.
    - Unit operation will be shown in total hours, while power consumption units will be shown in
    total KWh.
    - The power consumption can be verified only when it is connected to the indoor unit that supports the power consumption information display function.

    ● Press ‘◀‘, ‘▶’ button to move between the energy usage display ‘month’.

    ● In the Energy Saving menu screen, press ‘Monthly’ button to check the monthly energy usage
    goal and the usage amount.
    - The energy usage is displayed in the units of ‘week’ for the indicated month.
    - The bars are color coded to indicate if the usage is under (green), near (yellow) or over (red)
    the target/goal energy setpoint.
    - Note: Depending on the specific month, you might see 4 or 5 week bars.

    ● In the Energy Saving menu screen, press ‘Yearly’ button to check the yearly energy usage goal
    and the usage amount. The bars are color coded to indicate if the usage is under (green), near
    (yellow) or over (red) the target/goal energy setpoint.
    - The energy usage is displayed in the units of ‘month’.

    ENGLISH

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    Target Energy Consumption
    This function is that user can set daily amount target usage.
    After setting the daily target value, weekly and monthly targets will be calculated and applied automatically. (Please refer to the "check energy usage" section of this manual. )
    The daily target value is used as the reference value in the graph displays of each period (weekly,
    monthly, yearly). (Please refer to the "Alarm Popup" section of this manual.)
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Energy menu’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy Saving screen.

    ● In the Energy Saving screen, press ‘Settings’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy saving setting screen.

    ● In the Energy Saving setting screen, press ‘Energy Usage Limit’ menu.
    - It moves to the Target Energy Consumption setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● The guide to the energy consumption display is as follows.
    It is displayed in 3 stages (good, normal, bad) compared to the previous year’s information.
    - The display compares each year at the same month (year over year). The three screens
    below, show each energy savings scenario. Green indicates a significant energy savings. Yellow is a normal or on target energy savings. Red indicates that there was a higher energy
    usage than the previous year of the same month.

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    ● Set the energy usage.
    - If you touch the box at the bottom of the daily target amount, you can set the energy usage
    using the umeric keypad.
    - During the daily target amount setting, the weekly target amount and the monthly target
    amount are automatically calculated and displayed.
    h Weekly target amount: Daily target amount x 7
    h Monthly target amount: Daily target amount x 31

    ● Press the Done button to save the set Target Energy Consumption setting.
    - If you exit without pressing the Done button, your changes will not be applied.

    Operation Time Limit
    This function is that user can set daily amount target usage.
    After setting the daily target value, weekly and monthly targets will be calculated and applied automatically. (Please refer to the "check energy usage" section of this manual. )
    The daily target value is used as the reference value in the graph displays of each period (weekly,
    monthly, yearly). (Please refer to the "Alarm Popup" section of this manual.)
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Energy menu’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy screen.

    ● In the Energy Saving screen, press ‘Settings’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy setting screen.

    ● In the Energy Saving setting screen, press ‘Operation Time Limit’ from the menu.
    - It moves to the Operation Time Limit setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● In the Target Energy Consumption setting screen, press Disable/Enable button to select
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    Time Limit Control
    It is the function to save energy by operating the product only for the set time and automatically
    stopping the operation after starting the product operation.
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Energy Saving menu’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy Saving setting menu screen.

    ● Set the operation hours.
    - If you touch the box at the bottom of the daily target amount, you can set the operation hours
    using the umeric keypad.
    - During the daily target amount setting, the weekly target amount and the monthly target
    amount are automatically calculated and displayed.
    h Weekly target amount: Daily target amount x 7
    h Monthly target amount: Daily target amount x 31

    ● Press the Done button to save the set Target Operation Hours.
    - If you exit without pressing the Done button, your changes will not be applied.

    ● In the Energy Saving setting screen, press ‘Settings’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy Saving setting screen.

    ● In the Energy Saving setting screen, press ‘Time Limit Control’ from the menu.
    - It moves to the Time Restriction Operation Setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● In the Operation Time Limit setting screen, press Disable/Enable button to select whether to
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    Alarm Popup
    This function allows you to set up a popup notice message for the Power Consumption and Operation Time Restriction feature. It will be displayed on the remote controller once a percentage
    threshold is reached (i.e., 80%, 90% etc. of power consumption or time target).
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Energy’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy screen.

    ● Press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to set the operation hours.

    ● In the Energy Saving screen, press ‘Settings’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy setting screen.

    ● Press the Done button to save the set time value.
    - If you exit without pressing the Done button, your changes will not be applied.

    ● In the Energy setting screen, Press ‘Alarm Popup’ button.
    - It moves to the Alarm Popup setting screen.

    h When the operation stops, the calculated time value will reset to its initial value.
    Example: If the Time Limit Control is set to operate for 1 hour, but the unit is prematurely
    stopped after 25 minutes, the time will reset back to the full 1 hour control limit. The
    next time the unit begins operation, it will again start at the 1 hour limit mark to
    countdown.

    ENGLISH

    ● In the Time Limit Control Setting screen, press the Enable button to begin setting a time limit.

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    Initialization Usage Data
    This function is used to initialize energy and time usage information. Once you initialize the data,
    all the usage information will be reset and all the usage data will be deleted.
    ● Press the remote controller screen’s ‘Energy’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy screen.

    ● After setting the alarm or notice display setting, you can press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’
    button, to exit from the screen.
    ● In the Energy Saving screen, press ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the Energy setting screen.

    ● For the categories with Alarm Popup setting, the popup is displayed on the remote controller
    screen when it reaches 80%, 90%, 95%, and 100% of the target usage amount.
    Example) Display when it reaches 80% of the target usage amount

    ● In the Energy setting screen, press ‘Initialization Usage Data‘ button.
    - It moves to the Energy information initialization screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● Press Disable/Enable button to set or turn off the category to use.
    - Once you press Enable, the notice determination period (daily/weekly/monthly) will be displayed on the screen. Choose the notice determination period.

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    FUNCTION SETTING
    Lock Setting – All Lock, On/Off Lock, Mode Lock
    This function locks the remote controller’s button operation to prevent the unauthorized operation by children or others.
    ● While unit is in operation, press ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the ‘settings’ screen.

    ● If you press ‘Done’ button, it will start to delete the data.
    - The Notice popup message will display until the deletion process has completed.

    ● In the setting menu list, press ‘Lock’ button.
    - It moves to the ‘Lock’ setting screen.

    ● From the Release/Lock button choices, press Lock to activate the lock function, and press
    ‘Done’ button to save the setting.
    - If you exit without pressing the ‘Done’ button, your changes will not be applied.
    - Once you press the ‘Done’ button, the setting screen will close.

    ENGLISH

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    The Temperature Lock function locks the ability to set the temperature beyond a preset value
    setting.
    h The changes to the desired temperature by external equipments(Central Controller, Dry contact, Wireless Remote Controller) will not be affected the wired remote controller’s desired
    temperature range lock.
    h If the temperature range lock is set from the central controller, the desired temperature range
    lock setting of the wired remote controller is released.

    ● In 1Set Point Control type) Press ‘Cancel‘, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button to exit from the setting
    screen.

    ● In the Lock setting screen, press ‘Temperature Lock’ button.

    ● (In 2Set Point Control type) In the Temperature Range Lock setting menu, press
    ‘Release/Lock’ button to set the lock function, and press ‘Done’ button to complete the temperature range lock setting.

    ● (In 1Set Point Control type) In the Temperature Range Lock setting menu, press
    ‘Release/Lock’ button to activate the lock function, and press ‘Done’ to complete the temperature range lock setting.
    - If you press the ‘Done’ button, it will exit from the setting screen.
    - Press the up and down arrow buttons from the Minimum and Maximum settings to adjust
    the temperature range as needed. Be sure that the Lock button is set once your temperature
    adjustments are made. Press Done to commit the changes.

    Possible setting
    boundary

    Lower Limit

    Upper Limit

    16~30 °C
    (60~86 °F)

    18~30 °C
    (64~86 °F)

    Indoor unit Control
    Method
    1set point

    2set point

    Option
    Cooling Set point range Heating Set point range
    (Installer code No.31)
    31:000

    64~86 °F (18~30 °C)

    31:000

    64~99 °F (18~37.5 °C)

    60~86 °F (16~30 °C)
    40~86 °F (4~30 °C)

    -

    50~99 °F (10~37.5 °C)

    40~90 °F (4~32 °C)

    ● (In 2Set Point Control type) Press ‘Cancel‘, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button to exit from the setting
    screen.

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    Filter Sign Check
    This function gives you the option to view a "Filter Sign" message so that you can check the status of the condition of the filter and gauge when it should be changed.
    ● Press ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the ‘settings’ screen.

    Lock Category
    All Lock

    Description
    Locks operations of all the buttons of the remote controller.

    On/Off Lock

    Locks the remote controller’s On/Off button.

    Mode Lock

    Locks the remote controller’s operation mode button.

    Temperature Range Lock

    ● In the setting menu list, press ‘Filter Sign’ button.
    - It moves to the ‘Filter Sign’ setting screen.

    Sets the remote controller’s desired temperature range which
    can be changed only within the set boundary.

    ● When the filter cleaning indicator is displayed on the top right side of the screen, you can initialize the filter status by pressing the ‘Reset’ button in the Filter Sign menu.
    - When it is the time to clean the filter, the filter icon appears on the top right side of the
    screen, and you can enter the Filter Sign menu.
    h If your units functionality allows it to display time remaining until the filter cleaning, you can
    enter the Filter Sign menu even if the filter cleaning alarm icon is not displayed.

    ENGLISH

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    Elevation Grill Setting
    This function allows you to operate the elevation grill for indoor unit filter cleaning.
    ● While unit is in operation, press ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the ‘settings’ screen.

    - If there is time remaining until the next filter cleaning alarm, you can enter the ‘Filter Sign’
    menu even if the filter cleaning alarm icon has not displayed as yet.

    ● In the setting menu list, press ‘Elevation Grill’ button.
    - It moves to the ‘Elevation Grill’ setting screen.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, the system will exist out of this screen.

    ● Press ‘Up/Stop/Down’ button to set the elevation grill’s movement.

    ! NOTE
    • If dust is accumulated in the filter, cooling/heating ability is degraded, and the electricity bill will
    increase, so make sure to clean the filter when it becomes the time to clean the filter.
    • Filter cleaning alarm icon will be disappeared after certain time.

    ENGLISH

    ● Example) If indoor unit has a function to display the remaining time,
    - If you unit has the capability to display the remaining time until the filter cleaning alarm, the
    following screen below is displayed in the current time display area.

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    Robot Cleaning
    Robot cleaning is the function for the cleaner attached to the product to perform automatic filter
    cleaning after certain time of the air conditioner usage. Set the robot cleaning to operate manually or automatically. It can be set 30 seconds after indoor unit turn off.
    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Robot Cleaning’ button.

    ● Press ‘Auto/Manual’ button to set the desired state, and If you press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or
    ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting screen.

    ! NOTE
    Robot cleaning function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ENGLISH

    ● Press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’ or ‘Home’ button to exit from the setting menu.

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    Change Temperature

    Auto dry removes moisture by drying the inside of the indoor unit after cooling operation once
    the indoor unit is turned OFF.

    This function allows you to set the temperature to automatically switch between cooling and
    heating operation as setup in the artificial intelligence operation mode.

    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Auto Dry’ button.

    ● Press ‘Disable/Enable’ button to set the desired state, and If you press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or
    ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting screen.

    ! NOTE
    Auto dry function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Change Temp.’ button.

    ● Press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ buttons to set the switching temperature value, and press ‘Save’ button to save
    the setting.
    - Switching temperature boundary: It can be set from 1~7.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your settings will not be applied.
    - If you press the Save button the changes will be applied and, it will exit from the setting
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    Wireless Module AP mode
    Wireless Module AP mode function that wireless module change to AP mode.
    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Wi-Fi Module AP Mode’ button.

    h It is the function that can be used only in cooling/heating product.

    Example of using the change temperature function
    ● Conditions
    1) Mode: artificial intelligence mode
    2) Desired temperature: 22 °C
    3) Change temperature: 3
    → Difference of change temperature is 3 °C

    Temperature[°C]

    Cooling changeover

    25°C
    22°C
    19°C
    Heating changeover

    ● The illustration in this section shows the example of operation as set through the conditions in
    the example above.

    Time

    ● Press ‘Apply’ button to set the desired state, and then press ‘Back’,
    ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, then exit from the setting screen.

    ! NOTE
    Wireless module AP mode function may not work in some indoor unit products.

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    ● Push each zone button, then select a desired zone name.

    Zone Control settings allow you to select zone name.
    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● Select zone name and then press the “Done” button.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Zone Control’ button.

    ! NOTE
    Zone Control setting function may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ENGLISH

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    Home Leave Set Temperature

    Override Set Time function can only be used in 2 Set Control mode.
    When timed override is used, the set time will be a default value.

    Home Leave Set Temperature function is used in 2 Set control mode.
    When customer operate as home leave mode, this setting temperature value will be applied.

    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Override Set Time’ button.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Home Leave Set Temp’ button.

    ● Select time increment using ‘▲’, ‘▼’ buttons, and then press ‘Save’.
    If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, before pressing 'Save', you will exit the
    screen and your changes will not be applied.

    ● Select temperature using ‘▲’, ‘▼’ buttons, and then press ‘Save’.
    If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save', you will exit the
    setting screen and you changes will not be applied.

    ! NOTE
    Override Set Time function can only be used in a 2 set control mode.

    ! NOTE
    Home Leave Set Temperature function can only be used in a 2 set control mode.

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    Dead Band function is used with a 2 Set control mode.
    When heating and cooling desired temperatures have been changed, the set value will maintain a
    difference between the heating and cooling desired temperature.
    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Dead Band’ button.

    ● Select degrees of separation using ‘▲’, ‘▼’ buttons, and then press ‘Save’.
    If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save', you will exit the
    setting screen and you changes will not be applied.

    h available setting range : 0~10°F(0~5°C)

    ! NOTE
    Dead Band function only can use in 2 set control mode.
    • When changing the desired cooling temperature, in case of that the difference with the
    heating temperature becomes lesser than its minimal value of difference, it lowers the desired heating temperature automatically.
    • When changing the desired heating temperature, in case of that the difference with the
    heating temperature becomes lesser than its minimal value of difference, it raises the desired cooling temperature automatically.

    ENGLISH

    Dead Band

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    136 FUNCTION SETTING

    Ventilation mode is activated after the preset delay time.

    ● Press ‘Done’ button to save the changed Delay Time.
    - If you exit without pressing ‘Done’ button, your changes will not be applied.

    ● Press the screen’s ‘Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu.

    ● In the settings menu, press ‘Delay Time’ button.

    ● Select delay time ‘OFF/ON’ button.
    - If you select ON, the number key pad and edit box are displayed at the bottom.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’ or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save', you will exit the setting screen
    and you changes will not be applied.
    - If no buttons are pressed after 60 seconds, it will automatically exit from the edit menu.

    ENGLISH

    Delay Time - Ventilator

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    138 USER SETTING

    Date Setting

    ● After setting the year, month, day, and day of week, press ‘Save’ button to save the settings.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.
    - If you press the Save button, it will exit from the setting screen with your changes applied.

    This functions allows you to set the current date to be displayed on the remote controller.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save', you will exit the
    setting screen and you changes will not be applied.
    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button at the bottom of the screen.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Date’ button.
    - It moves to the Date Setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    USER SETTING

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    140 USER SETTING

    This functions allows you to set the current time to be displayed on the remote controller.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Time’ button.
    - It moves to the Time Setting screen.

    ● Press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ buttons to set ‘AM/PM’, hour, and minute, and then press the ‘Save’ button to
    apply the settings.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.
    - If you press the Save button, it will exit from the setting screen.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save', you will exit the
    setting screen and your changes will not be applied.

    ENGLISH

    Time Setting

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    142 USER SETTING

    This function allows you to set a password so that children or others cannot change the remote
    controller setting without permission.

    ● Press ‘OFF/ON’ button to set whether to apply the password.
    - Pressing "ON" will display 4 numeric boxes in order to enter your 4 digit code.

    ● DPress the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● Enter the 4 digit code for your password into the fields as shown and press Done when completed. The numeric keypad will disappear when done.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    Change Password
    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Password’ button.
    - It moves to the Password Setting screen.

    ● In the Password Setting screen, press ‘Change Password’ button.
    - It moves to the password change screen.

    ENGLISH

    Password Setting

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    144 USER SETTING

    USER SETTING 145

    Main Screen Display Setting

    ● If you press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Done', you will exit the setting screen and your changes will not be applied.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    This function allows you to show or hide certain elements on the remote controller’s default
    screen.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Main Screen’ button.
    - It moves to the main screen setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● In order to change the password, you will be asked to input the current password as verification. When done, move to entering the new password code in the "Input New Password"
    screen. Then you will be asked to reenter (to confirm) the new password in the "Re-enter the
    password" fields as shown below.
    - Enter each password, and you need to press ’Done’ button to proceed to the next step.



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    146 USER SETTING

    LCD brightness in idle
    This function allows you to adjust the brightness of the remote controller’s standby screen.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● If you press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the main screen setting
    screen.
    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘LCD Brightness In Idle’ button.
    - It moves to the Brightness Setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● Press ‘Hide/Show’ button to set the which elements should display on the default screen.
    Note that the elements are dependant on the type of unit in operation.

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    USER SETTING 149

    Screen Saver Timer Setting

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save", your changes will
    not be applied and the screen will exit.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    This function adjusts the length of time that the screen will stay on before turning off (sleep
    mode).
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Screen Saver Timer’ button.

    ! NOTE
    Setting the standby screen brightness to ‘30%’, may degrade LCD's illumination function.

    ENGLISH

    ● Set the desired screen brightness percentage by and press ‘Save’ button to save the setting.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.
    - Your choices are: 0% / 10% / 20% / 30%.
    - Once you press the Save button, the screen will exit.



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    USER SETTING 151

    Schedule Initialization

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save", your changes will
    not be applied and the screen will exit.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    It is the function to initialize all timer settings of the remote controller.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Schedule Initialization’ button.

    ! NOTE
    If you choose 'not used' as your Screen Saver Timer choice, the LCD will remain on at all
    times (will not dim) which will shorten your LCD display lifespan.

    ENGLISH

    ● In the setting screen, choose the amount of time screen will stay on before it goes into sleep mode
    and then press ‘Save’ button to save the setting.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.
    - Your choices are: 15 seconds / 30 seconds / 1 minute / not used.
    - Once you press the Save button, it will exit from the setting screen.



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    152 USER SETTING

    Touch Beep
    This function allows you to choose whether or not you would like a touch screen sound effect.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● If you press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button without pressing done, you will be returned to
    the previous screen and your changes will not be applied.
    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Sound’ button.
    - It moves to the touch beep setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● Press the check box, and press ‘Done’ button to initialize all timer settings of the remote controller.
    - Pressing the Done button, it will exit from the setting screen.

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    154 USER SETTING

    Home theme
    You can change the amount of information you would like displayed on the home screen. There
    are two modes. Standard mode and simple mode.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● Press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button to exit from the setting screen.
    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Home Theme’ button.

    ENGLISH

    ● Press ‘Sound’ category’s ‘Disable/Enable’ button to set whether to use the touch beep.
    - If you select ‘Disable’, no sound effect will occur when you press the keypad display.
    - If you select ‘Enable’, you will have an audible beep for key presses on the display.

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    Temperature Unit Setting
    This function allows you to set your unit of measure in whole or half degree increments.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save', the Home Theme
    screen will be closed and your changes will not be applied.
    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    ● If you choose the Advanced mode theme, you will see the following screen as your main screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Temperature Unit’ button.
    - It moves to the Temperature Unit Setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● Select the desired Screen Mode and press the Save button.
    Standard mode displays only the frequently used functions in the main screen.

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    158 USER SETTING

    USER SETTING 159

    Language Setting

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, without pressing 'Save', the screen will be
    closed and your changes will not be applied.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    This function allows the user to choose the local language for the display screen.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Language’ button.
    - It moves to the Language screen.

    ! NOTE
    This feature is not available in all products.

    ENGLISH

    ● Set the temperature unit increments that you want to display, and press ‘Save’ button to save the
    setting.
    - You can select the temperature control in the units of 1°C / 0.5°C.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.
    - If you press the Save button, it will exit from the setting screen.



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    Control Type Setting(North America Only)
    It is the function to set GUI type on the remote controller.
    * If you want to use in other regions, except North America, does not fit in the environment are
    expected to use this feature inconvenient.
    We recommend that you use it only in the region (North America).
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button without pressing 'Save', it will exit from the
    Language setting screen without saving any of the settings.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Control Type’ button.
    - It moves to the Control Type Settings screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● Set the language to use, and then press 'Save'.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.
    - Once the Save button is press, after change value, it will Pop-up window appears.
    - After waiting about 5 seconds if you push the reset button on the bottom of the remote control to
    reboot the selected language.
    * Please refer to “PART DESCRIPTION” section of the manual reset button location.

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    162 USER SETTING

    Summer Time Setting
    It is the function to set summer time duration on the remote controller system date and time.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button without pressing 'Save', it will exit from the
    Control Type setting screen without saving any of the settings.
    ● In setting screen, press ‘User’ button.
    - It moves to the User Setting screen.

    ● Replace sentence with " When 2 Set Point control is selected, a different main screen is displayed,
    as shown below."

    ● In User Setting screen, press ‘Summer Time’ button.
    - It moves to the Summer Time Setting screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● Set the control type to use, and press ‘Save’ button when done.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.
    - If the setting is changed by pressing the Save button, a pop-up window appears, perform the initialization schedule.

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    164 USER SETTING

    SERVICE SETTING
    Service Contact
    It is the function to check and input the telephone number of the service center that can be contacted when a defect occurs in the product.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the Summer time setting
    screen without saving any of the settings.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘Service’ button.
    - It moves to the Service Setting screen.

    ● In the service screen, press ‘Service Contact’ button.
    - It moves to the Check Service Number screen.

    ENGLISH

    ● Set summer time duration, and press ‘Save’ button when done.
    - If you exit without pressing the Save button, your changes will not be applied.
    - If you press the Save button, your changes will be applied and the controller will exit from the setting screen.

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    166 SERVICE SETTING

    ● Press ‘Done’ button to save the changed service number.
    - If you exit without pressing the Done button, your changed value will not be applied.
    - Once you press the Done button, it will exit from the setting screen.

    Service number registration and change
    ● In the service number screen, press ‘Telephone’.
    - It moves to the service number change screen.

    ● In the service number change screen, press the digits to input the service center number.

    ● If you press ‘Cancel‘, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button without pressing the 'Save' button, it will
    exit from the service number screen and you changes will not be applied.

    ENGLISH

    ● Check the service number.
    - If the service number is not registered, + 1544 7777 will be displayed.

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    168 SERVICE SETTING
    ● Check indoor/outdoor unit and capacity information.

    It is the function to check indoor/outdoor unit product type connected to the remote controller
    and capacity information.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● Once you press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting screen.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘Service’ button.
    - It moves to the Service Setting screen.

    ● In service screen, press ‘Model Information’ button.
    - It moves to indoor/outdoor unit information screen.

    ! NOTE
    The indoor/outdoor unit information checking function is not available on all products.

    ENGLISH

    Model Information

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    170 SERVICE SETTING
    ● Check software version information of wired remote controller.

    It is the function to check remote controller model name and software version.
    This information is useful when having a service call placed.
    ● Press the screen’s Set’ button.
    - It moves to the settings menu screen.

    ● If you press ‘Back’, ‘Go Back’, or ‘Home’ button, it will exit from the setting screen.

    ● In setting screen, press ‘Service’ button.
    - It moves to the Service Setting screen.

    ● In service screen, press ‘Remocon Version Info.’ button.
    - It moves to remote controller version information.

    ENGLISH

    Remocon version information

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    172 SERVICE SETTING

    INSTALLATION 173

    ENGLISH

    Self-diagnosis for Trouble Mode

    INSTALLATION

    It automatically runs a self-diagnosis when there is a trouble detected in the system.
    It displays the troble mode number with maintenance CODE.

    Installation of Remote Controller

    <Individual control>

    ● Secure the back plate flush to the wall using the provided hardware.
    - Take care not to bend the back plate during installation as this may cause it to malfunction.
    - If a reclamation box is included with your remote controller, install the remote controller installation plate as shown by the illustrations below.

    <4 socket reclamation box installation>
    <Group control>

    <2 socket reclamation box installation>

    ● Remote controller’s wire may be installed at three different locations on the plate.
    Select appropriate direction according to the installation environment.
    - Wiring directions: wall reclamation, top side, or left side
    - If you install the remote controller cable on top side or left side, install after removing the remote controller cable guide groove. (h Use pliers to remove guide groove.)
    2. Top side guide groove

    3. Left side
    guide groove

    In order to expedite a service, please remember the error number and provide it when consulting
    an installer.
    An emergency elevation grill can be operated even in the case of errors.
    (Except the trouble mode number 03)
    * If the centralized control lock or wired remote controller lock is programmed, this function will
    not work.
    * Some product may not include this function.

    2. Top side guide groove

    3. Left side guide groove

    1. Wall reclamation

    ● Fix the remote controller top part to the back plate on the wall as shown in the figure below,
    and press the bottom part to combine it with the back plate.
    - Press together so that there is no gap between the remote controller and the
    top/bottom/left/right side of the back plate.
    - Before combining with the installation plate, arrange the cable so that it does not interfere
    with the circuit parts.
    <Order of Combining>

    Wall

    Wall



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    174 INSTALLATION

    INSTALLATION 175

    Group Control
    Connects and controls 2 or more air conditioner indoor units to one wired remote controller.
    h Use the group control cable for connection.
    Indoor unit Main PCB

    <Order of Separation>
    Indoor unit 1
    Master
    RED(12V)
    YELLOW(SIG)
    BLACK(GND)

    Wall

    Indoor unit 2
    Slave
    YELLOW(SIG)
    BLACK(GND)

    Indoor unit 3
    Slave
    YELLOW(SIG)
    BLACK(GND)

    ● Use the connection cable to connect the indoor unit and the remote controller.
    12 V

    Red

    Signal cable

    Yellow

    GND

    Black

    Check if the connector is properly connected

    Indoor unit
    direction
    Connection cable

    ● In the following cases, separately purchase and use the cable suitable for the situation.
    - Do not install the cable for longer than 50 m. (It may cause communication defect like CH03)
    - If the distance between the wired remote controller and the indoor unit is 10 m or longer:
    Use 10 m extension cable. (Model : PZCWRC1)
    - If several indoor unit products are controlled by one wired remote controller: Use group control cable. (Model : PZCWRCG3)

    Purchase Specialized Company’s Accessories
    ① Group control cable (PZCWRCG3): Connect to indoor unit’s wired remote controller connector
    ② Extension cable (PZCWRC1): Connect to No. ① cable and slave indoor unit’s wired remote
    controller connector
    While No. ① cable is connected, connect No. ② cable.
    1

    2

    ! NOTE
    ! NOTE
    • During the wired remote controller installation, do not reclaim in the wall. (It may cause
    temperature sensor disorder.)
    • Do not install the cable for longer than 50 m. (It may cause communication defect such as
    Code CH03)
    h During the installation of the extension cable, carefully check the connecting socket and
    plug of the remote controller and linked indoor unit.
    h If the extension cable is connected in reverse direction, connector will not make a solid
    connection causing loss of communications.
    h Specification of the extension cable: Use 2547 1007 22# 2core 3shield, 5 Ø or equivalent
    or higher level.

    • Connect only GND and signal cable to the indoor unit set as slave. (If power cable is also
    connected, it may cause loss of communication)
    • Inquiries related to the purchase of the cable shall be directed to the specialized company
    and the service center.

    ● Check the existence of the event communication in the product manual, and change
    master/slave of the remote controller.
    - It only supports the interface with event communication applied models (corresponding to the
    models after Multi-V Super II).
    h For details, refer to ‘Remote controller master/slave‘.

    ENGLISH

    ● To remove the remote controller from the back plate, insert a flat head screwdriver in the bottom part separation hole and turn clockwise.
    - There are 2 separation holes at the bottom side. Slowly separate using each hole.
    - During the separation, be careful not to damage the internal parts.



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    INSTALLATION 177

    Master

    GND
    Signal cable
    12V
    Black

    Slave

    Slave

    Air conditioner and ventilation interface
    ● Use wired remote controller to control when air conditioner indoor unit and ventilation product
    are connected and installed at the same time.
    - Once power is connection, and the remote controller establishes communication with the indoor unit, normal operation will commence.

    Yellow
    Red

    GND Signal cable

    Ȗ(Group control connection)

    No. 3 switch OFF: master (factory ship-out based)

    General
    ventilation

    - For details of the wireless remote controller master/slave setting changes, refer to the wireless remote controller manual.
    - After completing the master/slave setting in the indoor unit, turn OFF the power of the indoor
    unit, and turn the power ON again after 1 minute.

    [General ventilation interfaced operation]

    General
    ventilation

    [Direct ventilation
    independent operation]

    Direct
    ventilation

    • During the group control, set only one indoor unit as master.
    • During the group control, some functions except default operation setting, fan Setting
    Low/medium/high, remote controller lock setting, and time setting may be restricted.
    • Slave set indoor unit cannot communicate with remote controller when remote controller
    has a connection with only one indoor unit.

    Interfaced operation

    [general ventilation
    independent operation]

    Wired
    remote
    controller

    No. 3 switch ON: slave

    ! NOTE

    Independent operation

    General
    ventilation

    Wired
    remote
    controller

    Air conditioner
    indoor unit

    General
    ventilation

    Wired
    remote
    controller

    [Direct ventilation interfaced operation]

    Air conditioner
    indoor unit

    General
    ventilation

    Wired
    remote
    controller

    h Connection method is the same as the air conditioner user manual. (Refer to the remote controller manual group control page.)
    h Ventilation units represent general ventilation units and direct expenditure type ventilation
    units.

    Yellow

    ENGLISH

    ● Change indoor unit’s master/slave setting.
    - Change master/slave setting with switch on the indoor unit PCB for ceiling type cassette and
    duct group.



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    178 INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS

    INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS 179

    Installer setting code table

    How to enter installer setting mode

    <General air conditioner product code table>

    ! CAUTION
    Installer setting mode configures the detailed function of the remote controller.
    If the installer setting mode is incorrectly set, it may cause product failure, user injury, or property damage. It must be set by an installation specialist who holds an installation license. If it is
    installed or changed without installation license and without authorization, installer will be responsible for all malfunctions, which will result in voiding of any warranties or provision of free
    technical service.
    ● When you press and hold the wireless remote controller signal receiver for 3 seconds or longer and
    release it in the air conditioner or ventilation main screen, it enters the installer setting mode.
    - When you enter from air conditioner screen, it enters air conditioner installer setting, and when
    you enter from ventilation screen, it enters ventilation installer setting.
    - If button is not pressed for at least 3 seconds, it will not enter the setting mode.

    Code

    Setting Mode

    1

    Test Run

    2

    Central control address setting

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    ● In ‘Input Code’ screen, you can input code to carry out Installer Setting Function.

    8
    9
    11
    12
    13
    14
    17

    h During the input of the installer code, refer to the installer code If no buttons are pressed.
    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds, it automatically exits from the setting screen.

    ! NOTE
    Some categories of the menu may not be displayed or menu name may differ depending on
    your specific indoor unit model type.

    18

    Value 1
    001 : Cooling
    002 : Heating
    0~F : Group

    <ESP step>
    001 : SLOW
    002 : LOW
    ESP
    003 : MED
    004 : HIGH
    005 : POWER
    001 : remote controller
    Temperature sensor 002 : indoor unit
    003 : 2TH
    Ceiling height

    ENGLISH

    INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS

    Setting Value
    Value 2

    Value 3

    0~F : Unit

    <ESP setting value>
    0~255

    001: low
    002: standard
    003: high
    004: very high

    001 : V-H
    002 : F-H
    003 : V-L
    004 : F-L
    Remote controller 000 : slave
    master / slave setting 001 : master
    Static pressure

    Operation master /
    000 : slave
    slave setting
    001 : master
    (Mode Override)
    Dry contact mode 000 : manual
    setting
    001 : automatic
    Wind amount fixing 001 : variable
    002 : fixed
    Celsius / Fahrenheit 000 : Celsius
    Switching
    001 : Fahrenheit
    000 : Old
    Zone type
    001 : New(4Zone)
    002 : New(8Zone)
    002~008 : Installed number
    Zone number
    Celsius control unit 000 : 1 °C control
    setting
    001 : 0.5 °C control

    <Select mode>
    Emergency Heater
    000 : not use
    Setting
    001 : use

    <Setup Low Ambient
    Setup FAN
    Heating Operation>
    000 : not use
    001 ~ 003 : Setting Step
    001 ~ 015 : Setting Step
    (step expand indoor unit)

    <Setup Fan speed>
    000 : fan off
    001 : fan on



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    19

    Setting Mode
    Function setting in
    group control

    Value 1
    000 : use basic function only
    001 : use basic function & some
    Master indoor unit function

    20
    21
    22
    23
    24

    Plasma
    Heater
    Humidification
    Elevation grill
    Ventilation Kit

    000: Not Installed
    001: Installed

    25

    Auxiliary heater

    000: Not installed
    001: installed-General
    002: installed-Duct type

    26
    29

    Check indoor unit Address Number
    Use Refrigerant leak- 000 : not use
    age Sensor
    001 : use

    31

    Setting temperature
    range

    000: 60~86 °F / 16~30 °C
    001: 40~99 °F / 4~37.5 °C

    32

    Static Pressure step

    000: use static pressure (code 06)
    set value
    001~011: static pressure step
    (code 32) set value

    Guard timer

    000: 0 minute
    001: 15 minutes
    002: 30 minutes
    003: 45 minutes
    004: 60 minutes

    33

    35

    Cooling thermal off
    Fan operation

    000: Cooling thermal off Fan speed
    -Low
    001: Cooling thermal off Fan OFF
    002: Cooling thermal off Fan speed
    setting value

    36

    Use Primary Heater
    control

    38

    Air conditioner Fan
    000: air-conditioner fan off
    operation
    001: air-conditioner fan operate
    interlocked with venvery low
    tilation

    39

    Setting Value
    Value 2

    000: Cancel primary heater control
    001: use primary heater control

    000: Use indoor unit auto restart
    Indoor unit Auto-Start
    001: not use indoor unit auto
    setting
    restart

    40

    Occupy sensor 'occupy maintain' time
    setting

    000: 0 minute
    001: 10 minutes
    002: 30 minutes
    003: 60 minutes

    41

    Simple Dry Contact
    Setting

    00: Default
    01: Not Use Simple Dry Contact
    02: Use Simple Dry Contact
    03: Use Programmable Digital Input

    h Some contents may not be displayed depending on the product function.

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    Code

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    <Ventilation product code table>
    Value 3
    Setting mode

    Code value

    Functional product

    Test Run

    1

    DX(Direct Exchanger) Type

    Central control address setting

    2

    General

    Air supply ESP

    3

    Setting value
    01 : cooling operation

    00~FF : central control address
    <ESP stages>
    01 : weak

    General/DX Type

    02 : strong
    03 : very strong

    Air discharge ESP

    4

    Product direction

    5

    h Same as general air conditioner
    products’ marking.
    01 : normal
    General
    02 : reverse
    01: priority in supply,

    Express ventilation priority

    6

    General/DX Type
    02: priority in discharge

    Remote controller
    master/ slave setting

    7

    General/DX Type

    00:slave, 01:master

    Operation master/slave setting

    8

    DX Type

    00:slave, 01:master

    Dry contact automatic mode

    9

    DX Type

    00:off, 01:set

    Wind amount fixing

    11

    DX Type

    01:variable, 02:fixed

    Ventilation single
    humidification

    13

    General/DX Type

    Ventilation heating
    humidification

    14

    DX Type

    Ventilation standard
    wind amount

    15

    General Type

    00:function not used
    01:function used
    01:automatic, 02:manual
    00 : factory ship out value
    11 : 10 % increase
    21/22 : 10/20 % decrease

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    Central control address (air conditioner /General, DX type ventilator)

    Test Run (air conditioner / DX(Direct Expenditure) type ventilator)
    You must perform test operation after the product installation.
    For details related to the trial operation, refer to the product manual.

    This function allows the user to set the central control address of the indoor units during the central controller connection.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● In the Code input field, select test run code value ‘01’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select "02" for Code value.
    - You may need to press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● At the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select the test run mode, and press ‘Done’
    button to start the test run.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    ● At the Value 1 and Value 2 fields, press the use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select group address and indoor unit address value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete the address setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your value settings will not be applied.
    - Hexadecimal values, can be set from 0~F.

    h Test operation mode value
    - 01: cooling operation
    - 02: heating operation

    h Address setting
    - Value 1: group number
    - Value 2: indoor number
    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ● During the test operation, if you operate any of the following functions, the test run will be interrupted and stop.
    - Operation mode, temperature up/down, fan speed, Air flow direction, power on/off button.

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    h ESP setting value input can be 0~255
    ESP wind amount stage

    wind amount

    ESP wind amount stage

    wind amount

    01
    02
    03
    04
    05

    SLOW
    LOW
    MED
    HIGH
    POWER

    01
    02
    03

    LOW
    HIGH
    POWER

    ! NOTE
    • If ESP is incorrectly set, it may cause air conditioner malfunction.
    • This function must be set by an installation professional.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● In the Code field, set the ESP setting value to '03'.
    h For ventilation product, code values are divided to ‘03’ supply air and ‘04’ discharge air ESP
    setting. Refer to the installer setting code table.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    <Air conditioner>

    <Ventilator>

    ! NOTE
    • Be especially careful not to switch ESP values corresponding to each wind amount.
    • ’SLOW’ and ‘POWER’ may not be set for some indoor unit products.
    • Available ESP value may be different for each product and capacity.

    Indoor temperature detection sensor setting (air conditioner)
    This function select the temperature sensor to determine the indoor temperature.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● At the Code input field select indoor temperature detection sensor setting code value ‘04’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.
    ● At the Value 1 and Value 2 fields, press the, ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select ESP air amount stage and
    ESP value, and press ‘Done’ button to apply the ESP setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your field input value will not be applied.

    h ESP setting
    - Value 1: ESP fan speed step
    - Value 2: ESP value

    ENGLISH

    ESP setting (air conditioner / Gerneral, DX type ventilator)
    This function allows you to set the fan speed step value for each speed rate.

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    Ceiling height selection (air conditioner)
    This function adjusts the wind amount stages according to the ceiling height for the ceiling type
    unit.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● At the Code field select ceiling height setting code value ‘05’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    h Sensor location setting value
    - 01: remote controller
    - 02: indoor unit
    - 03: 2TH

    Temperature sensor location

    Function

    Remote controller

    Operate the system with wired remote
    controller’s temperature sensor

    Indoor unit

    Operate the system with indoor unit’s temperature sensor

    Cooling

    Compare the temperatures of the indoor unit and the wired remote controller and operate with the higher temperature (There are system operated with lower temperature)

    Heating

    Compare the temperatures of the indoor unit and the wired remote controller and operate with the lower temperature

    2TH

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select ceiling height setting value, and then press ‘Done’ button to apply the ceiling height setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your settings will not be applied.

    h 2TH function’s operation characteristics may be different for each product.
    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    h Ceiling height setting value
    - 01: low
    - 02: standard
    - 03: high
    - 04: very high

    ENGLISH

    ● At the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select the sensor location setting value and
    press ‘Done’ button to apply the indoor temperature detection sensor location setting.
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    Function

    Low

    Fan speed operates one step slower than the default value.

    Standard

    Operates at the default fan speed

    High

    Fan speed operates one step faster than the default value.

    Very high

    Fan speed operates two steps faster than the default value.

    ● At the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select static pressure selection setting value,
    and press ‘Done’ button to apply the static pressure level setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your settings will not be applied.

    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ! NOTE
    • Ceiling height setting is only available for certain models.
    • Some indoor units may not have a "very high" ceiling option.
    • For details, refer to the indoor indoor unit’s manual.

    Static pressure setting (air conditioner)
    Static pressure can be set only for the duct products.
    It cannot be set for other products.

    h Static pressure selection setting values
    - 01: V - H
    - 02: F - H
    - 03: V - L
    - 04: F - L
    Function
    Static pressure
    Operation region

    ESP default value

    Variable

    High static pressure (High)
    High static pressure (High)

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.

    Variable high static pressure

    V-H

    ● At the Code field, select static pressure setting code value ‘06’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    Fixed high static pressure

    F-H

    Fixed

    Variable low static pressure

    V-L

    Variable

    Low static pressure (Low)

    Fixed low static pressure

    F-L

    Fixed

    Low static pressure (Low)

    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

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    This function sets configuration for the master/slave setting through the remote controller.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● At the Code field select remote controller master / slave setting code value ‘07’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    Remote controller

    Function

    Master

    During the group control, the indoor units are operated based on the remote controller. (It is set as master at as shipped.)

    Slave

    During the group control, all remote controllers except 1 master remote controller are set as slaves.

    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    Operation master / slave setting
    (air conditioner / General, DX type ventilator)
    This function sets the indoor unit to either slave or master mode depending on the input code
    value.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.

    ● At the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select remote controller setting value, and
    press ‘Done’ button to apply the remote controller master / slave selection input.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your settings will not be applied.

    h Remote controller setting value
    - 00: slave
    - 01: master

    ● At the Code field select operation master / slave setting code value ‘08’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ENGLISH

    Remote controller master / slave setting
    (air conditioner / Gerneral, DX type ventilator)

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    Dry contact mode setting (air conditioner / DX type ventilator)
    What is a dry contact?
    It refers to the contact point signal input such as a hotel card key, human body detection sensor,
    etc. is used with the air conditioner.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select dry contact mode setting code value ‘09’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    h Operation setting value
    - 00: slave
    - 01: master

    ! NOTE
    Master/slave operation is not available with all products

    ● At the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select dry contact setting value, and press
    ‘Done’ button to apply the dry contact mode setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your settings will not be applied.

    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.
    h Operation master / slave selection function may not work in some products.
    h When the slave operation function is selected, 'linked control' is displayed in the remote controller display window as in the figure below

    h Dry contact setting value
    - 00: manual
    - 01: automatic

    ! NOTE
    For detailed functions related to the dry contact mode, refer to the dry contact manual.
    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

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    ● At the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select operation setting value, and press
    ‘Done’ button to apply the master / slave setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your settings will not be applied.

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    Celsius / Fahrenheit Switching (air conditioner)

    It is the function to apply different fan speeds automatically for each thermal control status.
    h Variable: When COMP is ON, operate as the set fan speed, and when COMP is OFF, operate
    at ‘ROW’ fan speed.
    Fixed: When COMP is ON, operate as the set fan speed, and when COMP is OFF, also operate at the set fan speed.

    This function is used for switching the display between Celsius and Fahrenheit.(Optimized only
    for U.S.A)

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller Celsius / Fahrenheit Switching code value ‘12’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● At the Code field select fan speed fixed setting code value ‘11’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select Celsius control unit setting value, and press ‘Done’
    button to complete the Celsius / Fahrenheit Switching setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.
    ● At the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select wind amount fixing setting value, and
    then press ‘Done’ button to complete the fan speed fixing setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your changes will not be applied.

    h Fan speed fixed setting value
    - 01: variable
    - 02: fixed
    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    h Celsius control unit setting value
    - 000: Celsius
    - 001: Fahrenjeit
    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

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    Zone Number Setting(air conditioner)

    This function is only available on some products.
    It is possible to setup zone new type or old one of the product which is available to install the
    damper controller.

    This function is only available on some products.
    Zone Number is to set the number of installed zones. It's possible to control only in zone new
    type.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller Zone type setting code value ‘13’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller Zone Number setting code value ‘14’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select Celsius control unit setting value, and press ‘Done’
    button to complete the Zone type setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select Celsius control unit setting value, and press ‘Done’
    button to complete the Zone Number setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    h Setting value
    - 000 : Old
    - 001 : New(4Zone)
    - 002 : New(8Zone)

    h Setting value
    - 002~004 : Installed number(Zone type New[4Zone])
    - 002~008 : Installed number(Zone type New[8Zone])

    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

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    Emergency Heater Setting(air conditioner)

    Celsius control unit setting you to set the temperature adjustment unit in the unit of 1˚C or 0.5˚C.

    This function is only available on some products
    This function will set the Emergency Heater Setting.
    Emergency Heater is used to heat the space in emergency case such as heat pump error.
    Emergency heat is in place of and does not supplement heat pump.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● At the Code field select setting code value ‘17’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    h Emergency Heater setting Function sets following conditions:
    1) Emergency Heater operation while in error or outdoor unit operates cooling cycle.
    2) Emergency Heater operation in Low Ambient temperature
    3) Fan speed setting during Emergency Heater operation
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller Emergency heater setting code value ‘18’.
    You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● At the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select Celsius control unit setting value, and
    then press ‘Done’ button to complete the Celsius control unit setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your changes will not be applied.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select Emergency heater setting value.

    h Celsius control unit setting value
    - 00: 1°C control
    - 01: 0.5°C control
    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    h Setting value #1(Heater Operation while in error or outdoor unit operates cooling cycle.)
    - 000 : Not use
    - 001 : Use
    h If 000 is set at this stage, setting value #2 & setting value #3 will not be available.

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    Setting of Function control during group control (air conditioner)
    This function enables the control of the common functions or some functions based on the master indoor unit during the group control.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● At the Code field select the setting code value ‘19’ to enable function control setting during
    the group control.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    h Setting value #2(Low Ambient Heating Operation.)
    - 000 : not use
    - 001 : use - compressor off(0°F / -18°C) / compressor on(5°F / -15°C)
    - 002 : use - compressor off(5°F / -15°C) / compressor on(10°F / -12°C)
    - 003 : use - compressor off(10°F / -12°C) / compressor on(15°F / -9°C)
    h Emergency heater operation in Low Ambient temperature
    - Compressor off : Emergency heater enabled compressor on : Emergency heater disabled
    ● In value3, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value.

    h Setting value #2(FAN Speed Setting during Emergency Heater Operation.)
    - 000 : fan off
    - 001 : fan on
    ● Press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.
    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ! NOTE
    This function setting must be carried out by a certified-technician.

    ● In the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button set the value for the function control setting during the group control, and then press ‘Done’ button to complete the setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    h Setting values for the function control during the group control
    - 00: only use common function in group control.
    - 01: use expanded function which is based on master indoor unit

    ! NOTE
    • Common functions and some indoor unit master based settings shall be set only for the
    group control of the products with the same indoor unit types.
    • For the group control of the product groups with different indoor unit types, set it with the
    value of ‘000’ and use the existing group control method.
    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ENGLISH

    ● In value2, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value.

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    Indoor unit address verification (air conditioner)
    This function allows you to check the address of the indoor unit designated by the outdoor unit.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● At the Code field, select the code value of the desired functional product as shown in the table
    below.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.
    Function

    Code value

    Air cleaner

    20

    Heater

    21

    Humidifier

    22

    Elevation grill

    23

    Ventilation KIT

    24

    Refrigerant leakage
    detection sensor

    29

    ● In the Value 1 field, press the ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select the setting value for each function, and
    press ‘Done’ button when complete.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, your settings will not be applied.

    h Setting value of each function
    - 00: Not installed
    - 01: Installed
    h If no buttons are pressed for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● At the Code field, select the indoor unit address verification code value ‘26’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● Verify the indoor unit's setting in the Value 1 field, and press ‘Done’ button to complete the indoor unit address verification.

    ENGLISH

    External Devices Of Indoor Unit Setting (air conditioner)
    At the Code field, select when air cleaner/heater/humidifier/elevation grill/ventilation KIT/refrigerant
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    This function using in 2 Set control mode.
    This function is used for select setting temperature range option.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller temperature range setting code value ‘31’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select temperature range setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    h Setting value
    - 000 : 60~86 °F / 16~30 °C (default)
    - 001 : 40~99 °F / 4~37.5 °C
    h When the set values are changed, the items below will be initialized.
    - Setting temperature (default: Cooling: 86 °F(30 °C)/ Heating: 60 °F(16 °C))
    - Set back temperature (default: Cooling: 86 °F(30 °C)/ Heating: 60 °F(16 °C))

    In case of the setting temperature range option2( 31:001), please note that the setting of the remote controller (with cable) can be altered under below circumstances. (Changes in setting example)
    - In case of cooling at 30~37.5 °C(64~99 °F), it is changed to cooling at 86 °F(30 °C).
    - In case of heating at 4~15.5 °C(40~86 °F), it is changed to heating at 60 °F(16 °C).
    - If it is on the 2Set Mode, it is changed to the current operation mode(cooling or heating) of the
    indoor unit.
    Situation where changes in the setting occur
    a. Operates the Auto address work and pipe search in situations such as product installment and
    service.
    b. Occurrence of errors and deactivation.
    c. Command generated by the central control, outdoor unit, Dry contact, Remote controller, indoor unit switch.

    ENGLISH

    Setting temperature range (air conditioner)

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    Guard timer(air conditioner)

    This function is applied to only duct type. Setting this in other cases will cause malfunction.
    This function is only available on some models.
    This is the function that static pressure of the product is divided in 11 steps for setting.

    It is a function that sets the minimum running time of outdoor unit cycle mode when switching
    from cooling mode to heating mode and vice versa during Auto Operation mode.
    Under the condition of cooling/heating switching, it switches between cooling and heating mode
    after operation during the time scheduled in the Guard timer.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller code value ‘32’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    h Setting value
    - 000 : use static pressure (code 06) set value.
    - 001~011 : static pressure step (code 32) set value.

    ! NOTE
    • Static Pressure (Code 06) setting will not be used if Static Pressure Step (Code 32) setting
    is being used.
    • For the static pressure value for each step, refer to the indoor unit in the product manual.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller code value ‘33’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    Value

    Guard time

    0

    0 minute

    1

    15 minutes

    2

    30 minute

    3

    45 minutes

    4

    60 minutes

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    It is a function that sets the indoor unit fan movement, in cooling mode, when thermal is off.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller code value ‘35’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    Value

    Fan operation in the cooling mode
    and thermal off conditions

    0

    Fan speed Low

    1

    Fan off

    2

    Fan speed Setting value

    Primary Heater control setting(air conditioner)
    It is a function that sets the outdoor unit to operate with auxiliary heat source and the heater to
    run with main heat source in heating mode.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller code value ‘36’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    Value

    Primary Heater control setting

    000

    Cancel primary heater control

    001

    Use primary heater control

    ENGLISH

    Fan operation in the cooling mode and thermal off conditions
    (air conditioner)

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    210 INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS

    It is a function that sets the availability of air conditioner FAN movement when only the ventilation is running while air conditioner is off, in case of interlock of the air conditioner operation with
    the ventilation operation.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller code value ‘38’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    Indoor unit Auto-Start setting (air conditioner)
    It is a function that sets whether to restore the indoor unit operation by resuming the previous
    power-on state or as power-off state in the power failure compensation.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller code value ‘39’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    Value
    Value

    Primary Heater control setting

    Primary Heater control setting

    000

    air-conditioner fan off

    001

    air-conditioner fan operate very low

    000

    Use indoor unit auto restart

    001

    Not use indoor unit auto restart

    ENGLISH

    Air conditioner Fan operation interlocked with ventilation
    (air conditioner)

    INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS 211



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    212 INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS

    INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS 213

    Setting for Simple Dry contact unit

    It is a function that sets the light-on/occupancy duration after motion is detected when installing
    an occupancy sensor.

    This function is used when simple dry contact unit is additionally installed in the indoor unit or the
    installed simple dry contact unit is removed.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for
    3seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller code value ‘40’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller code value ‘41’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select setting value, and press ‘Done’ button to complete setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    Value

    Occupancy Duration Time

    000

    0 minute

    001

    10 minutes

    002

    30 minutes

    003

    60 minutes

    ENGLISH

    Occupancy Duration Time Setting (air conditioner)



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    Setting for Simple Dry contact unit

    000

    Default – Simple Dry contact Auto identification

    001

    Simple Dry contact : Not installed

    002

    Simple Dry contact : Installed

    003

    Use for digital input

    Product direction (General ventilator)
    It is the function to set the direction of the ventilation product.
    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller Celsius control unit setting code value ‘05’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.
    h DI/DO may not work in some indoor unit products.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select product direction setting value, and press ‘Done’ button
    to complete the setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    h Product direction setting value
    - 01: normal
    - 02: reverse
    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ENGLISH

    Value

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    INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS 217

    Humidification of Stand-alone Ventilation mode (General, DX type ventilator)
    It is the function to set whether to use the humidification function during the ventilation product
    single operation.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.

    ● Select remote controller Celsius control unit setting code value ‘06’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● Select remote controller Celsius control unit setting code value ‘13’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select express ventilation priority setting value, and press ‘Finish’ button to complete the setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Finish’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select ventilation single humidification setting value, and
    press ‘Done’ button to complete the setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    h Express ventilation priority setting value
    - 01: priority in air supply
    - 02: priority in air discharge

    h Ventilation single humidification setting value
    - 00:function not used
    - 01:function used

    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ENGLISH

    Express ventilation priority (General, DX type ventilator)
    It is the function to set the priority of the air supply and air discharge during the express ventilation operation.



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    INSTALLER’S SETTING OPTIONS 219

    Ventilator Fan Speed Alignment (General ventilator)
    It is the function to change the standard fan speed of the ventilation product.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller Celsius control unit setting code value ‘14’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select ventilation heating humidification setting value, and
    press ‘Done’ button to complete the setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    h Ventilation single humidification setting value
    - 01: Used
    - 02: Not used
    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ● Press and hold ‘wireless remote controller signal receiver part’ of the remote controller for 3
    seconds or longer to enter the installer function.
    ● Select remote controller Celsius control unit setting code value ‘15’.
    - You can press ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to change the code value.

    ● In value1, use ‘▲’, ‘▼’ button to select ventilation standard fan speed setting value, and press
    ‘Done’ button to complete the setting.
    - If you do not press ‘Done’ button, the setting value will not be applied.

    h Ventilation standard wind amount setting value
    - 00: factory ship-out
    - 01: 10% increase
    - 21: 10% decrease
    - 22: 20% decrease
    h If there is no button input for about 60 seconds after the setting, it automatically exits from the
    setting mode.

    ENGLISH

    Humidification Of Ventilation With Heating Operation (DX type ventilator)
    It is the function to set the heating humidification function of the direct ventilation to be automatic or manual.



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    ITALIANO

    MANUALE DELL’UTENTE/INSTALLAZIONE

    • Prima di installare il prodotto, leggere completamente questo manuale d’installazione.
    • L'installazione deve essere eseguita in conformità con le norme nazionali per le connessioni solo da parte di personale autorizzato.
    • Dopo avere letto questo manuale di installazione conservatelo in un luogo sicuro per usarlo in futuro.
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    CONSIGLI PER IL RISPARMIO DI ENERGIA

    ISTRUZIONI DI SICUREZZA IMPORTANTI

    ISTRUZIONI DI SICUREZZA IMPORTANTI

    Qui vi indichiamo alcuni consigli per ottenere un consumo di energia minimo quando usate il condizionatore d'aria. Potete usare il condizionatore d'aria con maggiore efficienza applicando le istruzioni indicate di seguito:

    LEGGERE TUTTE LE ISTRUZIONI PRIMA DI USARE L'APPARECCHIO.

    • Non raffreddare eccessivamente l'ambiente interno. Questo può essere pericoloso per la salute e può causare un consumo eccessivo di energia elettrica.
    • Limitare al massimo la luce solare con schermi o tende quando si usa il condizionatore d'aria.
    • Tenete porte e finestre ben chiuse quando utilizzate il condizionatore d'aria.
    • Regolare la direzione del flusso d'aria verticalmente o orizzontalmente per far circolare l'aria interna.
    • Accelerare la velocità del ventilatore per raffreddare o riscaldare l'aria interna rapidamemte in
    un breve periodo di tempo.
    • Aprire le finestre regolarmente per la ventilazione quando la qualità dell'aria interna può peggiorare se il condizionatore d'aria viene usato per molte ore.
    • Pulire il filtro dell'aria ogni 2 settimane. La polvere e le impurità accumulate nel filtro dell'aria
    possono bloccare il flusso dell'aria e ridurre le funzioni di raffreddamento / deumidificazione.

    Applicare sempre le precauzioni seguenti per evitare situazioni pericolose e ottenere sicuramente
    la prestazione massima del vostro prodotto.

    ! AVVERTENZA
    Si puo provocare un ferimento grave o la morte se sono ignorate queste istruzioni.

    ! CAUTELA
    Si puo provocare un ferimento o danno del prodotto limitato se sono ignorate queste istruzioni.

    ! AVVERTENZA
    Installazione
    • Per i collegamenti elettrici, rivolgersi al fornitore, al rivenditore, a un elettricista qualificato o a un
    centro di assistenza autorizzato.
    - Non smontare o riparare il prodotto. C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni.
    • Richiedete aiuto al centro di servizio o al negozio di installazione specializzato quando si reinstalla il
    prodotto installato.
    - C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni.
    • Non smontate, fissate e modificate i prodotti in modo causale.
    - C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni.
    • Il prodotto deve essere installato secondo gli standard nazionali e codici locali.
    • Applicate completamente il condotto non combustibile allegato nel caso che il codice delle costruzioni locale richieda l’uso di polmone.
    • Fissate o sospendete sulle superfici della parete.
    • Evitate la luce solare diretta.
    • Evitare l’umidità o l’esposizione alla pioggia.

    Per le vostre registrazioni
    Conservare con cura questa pagina nel caso che sia necessario provare la data di acquisto o per ottenere le prestazioni di riparazione in garanzia. Scrivere il numero del modello e il numero di serie qui:
    Numero del modello:
    Numero di serie:
    Potete trovare questi dati su un'etichetta sul lato di ciascuna unità.
    Nome del venditore:
    Data di acquisto:

    Durante l’uso
    • Non appoggiate materiali infiammabili vicino al prodotto.
    - C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni.
    • Evitate l’ingresso di acqua entro il prodotto.
    - C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni.
    • Non provocate urti sul prodotto.
    - C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni.

    ITALIANO

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    ISTRUZIONI DI SICUREZZA IMPORTANTI

    • Interpellate il rappresentante, il venditore, un elettricista qualificato, o un centro di servizio autorizzato quando il prodotto diviene umido.

    INDICE
    2

    CONSIGLI PER IL RISPARMIO DI ENERGIA

    3

    ISTRUZIONI DI SICUREZZA IMPORTANTI

    8
    9

    Descrizione delle parti

    • Non provocate urti usando oggetti appuntiti o taglienti.
    - C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni.
    • Non toccate né tirate i fili conduttori con le mani umide.
    - Vi è il rischio di rottura del prodotto o di scosse elettriche.

    ! CAUTELA
    Durante l’uso
    • Non pulite il prodotto usando detergenti aggressivi come solventi ma usare panni soffici.
    C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni.
    • Non premete sullo schermo usando una pressione elevata.
    Vi è il rischio di rottura o di malfunzionamento del prodotto.

    5

    9
    10
    11
    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    19

    IMPOSTAZIONE DEL
    FUNZIONAMENTO STANDARD MODO
    Acceso/spento
    Funzionamento generale del raffreddamento
    Raffreddamento massimo
    Funzionamento del riscaldamento
    Funzionamento della deumidificazione
    Funzionamento della Monsoon deumidificazione
    Funzionamento della sola ventola
    Intelligenza artificiale / Funzionamento
    automatico
    Funzionamento automatico della regolazione a 2 punti (Solo il Nord America)

    20 IMPOSTAZIONE DI TEMPERATURA - STANDARD
    MODO
    20

    Controllate temperatura desiderata

    22 IMPOSTAZIONE DELLA
    22
    23

    32
    33
    35
    36
    37
    39
    40

    PERATURA - AVANZATA
    MODO
    42
    43

    VENTILAZIONE - AVANZATA MODO
    44
    45

    Controllo velocità della ventola
    Controllo portata aria

    46 IMPOSTAZIONE FUNZIONE SECONDARIA
    46

    Controllo velocità della ventola
    Controllo portata aria

    53
    55
    57
    59
    61
    63
    65
    67

    Acceso/spento
    Funzionamento generale del raffreddamento

    Controllate temperatura desiderata
    Controllate la temperatura ambiente

    44 IMPOSTAZIONE DELLA

    VENTILAZIONE – STANDARD MODO

    FUNZIONAMENTO –
    AVANZATA MODO

    Raffreddamento massimo
    Funzionamento del riscaldamento
    Funzionamento della deumidificazione
    Funzionamento della Monsoon deumidificazione
    Funzionamento della sola ventola
    Intelligenza artificiale / Funzionamento
    automatico
    Funzionamento automatico della regolazione a 2 punti
    Controllo manuale
    In uscita da casa
    Attesa
    Controllo zona

    42 IMPOSTAZIONE DI TEM-

    49
    51

    24 IMPOSTAZIONE DEL
    24
    25

    27
    28
    30
    31

    Impostazione dell’angolo delle palette
    verso l'alto/verso il basso
    Impostazione di purificazione al plasma
    Impostazione di raffreddamento con risparmio di energia
    Impostazione del riscaldatore
    Impostazione automatica ventola
    Impostazione di pulizia con robot
    Impostazione kit di ventilazione
    Impostazione di umidificatore
    Mosquito Lontano
    Raffreddamento Hiamalaya
    Risparmio confort

    ITALIANO

    - C'è il rischio di scossa elettrica, incendio, esplosione o malfunzionamento dell’apparecchiatura o lesioni. Se le istruzioni non vengono seguite questo può causare la morte o gravi lesioni all'utente.

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    INDICE

    69 IMPOSTAZIONE DEL
    69
    70
    71

    Condizionatore d’aria – Commutazione
    di controllo di ventilazione
    Modo generale di funzionamento ventilazione
    Ventilatore con modo funzionamento
    DX(scambiatore diretto)

    72 IMPOSTAZIONE VELOCITÀ VENTOLA - Ventilatore
    72

    Controllo velocità della ventola

    73 IMPOSTAZIONE DI
    MODO ADDIZIONALE Ventilatore
    73
    73

    Modo rapido
    Modalità di risparmio energetico

    74 TIMER & PROGRAMMA
    74
    77
    80
    83
    86
    91
    93

    94
    96
    98
    99
    99
    102

    Pianificazione semplice
    Pianificazione di attesa
    Pianificazione di accensione
    Pianificazione di spegnimento
    Creare e editare configurazione per 7
    giorni
    Cancellazione configurazione di programmazione per 7 giorni
    Configurazione programmazione per 7
    giorni – Copia/incolla eventi di giorno di
    settimana
    Programmazione settimanale
    Programmazione annuale
    Cancellate programmazione annuale
    Festività
    Aggiungere festività
    Cancellate giorno festivo

    104 ENERGIA
    104
    107
    109

    Controllate uso di energia
    Consumo di energia desiderato
    Limite di tempo di funzionamento

    111 Controllo limite di tempo

    113
    115

    Finestra a tendina di allarme
    Dati di uso di inizializzazione

    117 IMPOSTAZIONE
    DELLE FUNZIONI
    117
    118
    121
    123
    125
    126
    127
    128
    129
    130
    132
    133
    134
    136

    Impostazione di blocco– Blocco tutto,
    Blocco Acceso/Spento, blocco modo
    Impostazione di blocco – Blocco temperatura
    Controllo segnale di filtro
    Impostazione griglia di sollevamento
    Pulizia con robot
    Asciugatura automatica
    Modificare la temperatura
    Esempio di uso della funzione di modifica di temperatura
    Modo AP di modulo wireless
    Impostazione Nome zone
    Tempo impostazione di comando manuale
    Temperatura impostata per uscita da
    casa
    Banda morta
    Tempo di Ritardo - Ventilatore

    138 IMPOSTAZIONE

    165 IMPOSTAZIONE DI
    SERVIZIO
    165
    166
    168
    170
    172

    173 INSTALLAZIONE
    173
    175
    177

    147
    149
    151
    153
    155
    157
    159
    161
    163

    Impostazione data
    Impostazione ora
    Impostazione di password
    Modifica password
    Impostazione di visualizzazione schermata principale
    Luminosità LCD non attiva
    Impostazione temporizzatore di screen
    saver
    Inizializzazione programmazione
    Beep di contatto
    Tema di impostazione originaria
    Impostazione unità di temperatura
    Impostazione lingua
    Impostazione tipo di controllo (solo
    Nord America)
    Impostazione ora estiva

    Installazione del telecomando
    Controllo gruppi
    Interfaccia condizionatore aria e ventilazione

    178 OPZIONI D’IMPOSTAZIONE DELL’INSTALLATORE
    178
    179
    182
    183

    UTENTE
    138
    140
    142
    143
    145

    Contatto di servizio
    Registrazione e modifica di numero di
    servizio
    Informazioni del modello
    Informazioni di versione Remocon
    Autodiagnosi per la risoluzione dei problemi

    184
    185

    187
    188
    190

    191

    193

    194

    Come entrare nel modo d’impostazione
    dell'installatore
    Tabella codici impostazione installatore
    Funzionamento di ciclo test (condizionatore d’aria / ventilatore tipo DX)
    Indirizzo di comando centrale (condizionatore d’aria /generale, ventilatore
    tipo DX)
    Impostazione ESP (condizionatore
    d’aria /generale, ventilatore tipo DX)
    Impostazione sensore rivelamento di
    temperatura interna(condizionatore
    d’aria)
    Selezione altezza soffitto (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione di pressione statica (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione telecomando master /
    slave(condizionatore d’aria /generale,
    ventilatore tipo DX)
    Impostazione di funzionamento master
    / slave(condizionatore d’aria/ generale,
    ventilatore DX)
    Impostazione modo contatto a secco
    (condizionatore d’aria / ventilatore tipo
    DX)
    Fissaggio velocità ventola (condizionatore d’aria / ventilatore tipo DX)

    195
    196
    197
    198
    199
    201

    202
    203
    204
    206
    207
    208

    209
    210

    211
    212
    213
    215
    216
    217

    218

    219

    7

    Come alternare Celsius/Fahrenheit
    (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione tipo di zona (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione numero zona (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione unità controllo Celsius
    (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione Riscaldatore di emergenza (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione di controllo funzioni durante il controllo del gruppo (condizionatore d’aria)
    Dispositivi esterni d’impostazione di
    unità interne (condizionatore d’aria)
    Verifica di indirizzo di unità interna
    (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione campo di temperatura
    (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione Punto di pressione statica
    (condizionatore d’aria)
    Timer di protezione (condizionatore
    d’aria)
    Funzionamento ventola in modalità raffreddamento e condizioni termiche off
    (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione controllo riscaldatore primario (condizionatore d’aria)
    Funzionamento ventola condizionatore
    combinata con ventilazione (condizionatore d’aria)
    Unità interna - impostazione avvio automatico (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione durata di occupazione
    (condizionatore d’aria)
    Impostazione per contatto pulito semplice
    Direzione del prodotto (ventilatore generale)
    Priorità ventilazione rapida (generale,
    ventilatore tipo DX)
    Umidificazione di modo ventilazione
    autonoma (generale, ventilatore tipo
    DX)
    Umidificazione di ventilazione con funzionamento di riscaldamento (ventilatore tipo DX)
    Allineamento velocità ventola di ventilatore (ventilatore generale)

    ITALIANO

    FUNZIONAMENTO - Ventilatore

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Wenn Sie innerhalb von 15 Minuten keine E-Mail mit dem Handbuch erhalten haben, kann es sein, dass Sie eine falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben haben oder dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe eingestellt hat, um E-Mails zu erhalten, die kleiner als die Größe des Handbuchs sind.

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