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Mitsubishi Electric PAR-21MAA Installation Manual

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CAUTION

WARNING

Ask your dealer or technical representative to install the unit.
Any deficiency caused by your own installation may result in an electric shock
or fire.

Install in a place which is strong enough to withstand the weight of the
PAR-21MAA.
Any lack of strength may cause the PAR-21MAA to fall down, resulting in
personal injury.

Firmly connect the wiring using the specified cables. Carefully check
that the cables do not exert any force on the terminals.
Improper wiring connections may produce heat and possibly a fire.

Never modify or repair the PAR-21MAA by yourself.
Any deficiency caused by your modification or repair may result in an electric
shock or fire.
Consult with your dealer about repairs.

2

Confirming the Supplied Parts

Confirm that the box includes the following parts, in addition to this installation manual:

1. Remote controller (cover, body) ..................................................................................... 1
2. Cross recessed pan head screw (M4 

× 30) .................................................................... 2

3. Wood screw (4.1 

× 16, used for directly hooking to the wall) ......................................... 2

4. Caution label (in 12 languages) ..................................................................................... 1
*1 For the remote control, obtain a 2-core cable between 0.3 and 1.25 mm

2

 at the site.

*2 PAC-YT32PTA cannot be connected.

WT04465X01

GB

Do not apply AC100V or AC200V to the remote controller. The maximum
voltage that can be applied to the remote controller is 12V.
The remote controller may be damaged or may generate heat and cause a
fire.

Do not install in any steamy place such a bathroom or kitchen.
Avoid any place where moisture is condensed into dew. Doing so may cause
an electric shock or a malfunction.

Do not install in any place where acidic or alkaline solution or special
spray are often used.
Doing so may cause an electric shock or malfunction.

Use standard wires in compliance with the current capacity.
A failure to this may result in an electric leakage, heating or fire.

Do not touch any control button with your wet hands.
Doing so may cause an electric shock or a malfunction.

Do not wash with water.
Doing so may cause an electric shock or a malfunction.

Do not press any control button using a sharp object.
Doing so may cause an electric shock or a malfunction.

Do not install in any place exposed to flammable gas leakage.
Flammable gases accumulated around the body of PAR-21MAA may cause
an explosion.

Do not use in any special environment.
Using in any place exposed to oil (including machine oil), steam and sulfuric
gas may deteriorate the performance significantly or give damage to the com-
ponent parts.

When installing the remote controller in a hospital or communication
facility, take ample countermeasures against noise.
Inverters, emergency power supply generators, high-frequency medical equip-
ment, and wireless communication equipment can cause the remote control-
ler to malfunction or to fail. Radiation from the remote controller may effect
communication equipment and prevent medial operations on the human body
or interfere with image transmission and cause noise.

Wire so that it does not receive any tension.
Tension may cause wire breakage, heating or fire.

Completely seal the wire lead-in port with putty etc.
Any dew, moisture, insects entering the unit may cause an electric shock or a
malfunction.

Do not install in any place at a temperature of more than 40

°C or less

than 0

°C or exposed to direct sunlight.

Doing so may cause deformation or malfunction.

CITY MULTI Control System
and Mitsubishi Mr. SLIM Air Conditioners

MA Deluxe Remote Controller

PAR-21MAA

Installation Manual

This instruction manual describes how to install the MA Remote Controller for Mitsubishi Building Air Conditioning System, direct expansion type CITY
MULTI air conditioner indoor units (“-A” type and later), and Mitsubishi Mr. SLIM packaged air conditioners. Please read this manual thoroughly and
install the remote controller accordingly. For information on how to wire and install the air conditioning units, refer to the installation manual. After the
installation, hand over this manual to users.

1

Safety Precautions

● Read these Safety Precautions and perform installation work accordingly.

● The following two symbols are used to dangers that may be caused by incorrect use and their degree:

WARNING

This symbol denotes what could lead to serious injury or death if you misuse the PAR-21MAA.

CAUTION

This symbol denotes what could lead to a personal injury or damage to your property if you misuse the PAR-21MAA.

● After reading this installation manual, give it and the indoor unit installation manual to the end user.

● The end user should keep this manual and the indoor unit installation manual in a place where he or she can see it at anytime. When someone moves

or repairs the PAR-21MAA, make sure that this manual is forwarded to the end user.

Ensure that installation work is done correctly following this installa-
tion manual.
Any deficiency caused by installation may result in an electric shock or fire.

All electrical work must be performed by a licensed technician, accord-
ing to local regulations and the instructions given in this manual.
Any lack of electric circuit or any deficiency caused by installation may result
in an electric shock or fire.

Do not move and re-install the PAR-21MAA yourself.
Any deficiency caused by installation may result in an electric shock or fire.
Ask your distributor or special vendor for moving and installation.

To dispose of this product, consult your dealer.

Remote controller body

Remote controller cover

Error code 4 digits or error code 2 digits

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How To  Install

1.

Choose a place in which to install the remote controller (switch box).
Be sure to observe the following steps:
(1) Temperature sensors are provided with both the remote controller and the indoor units. When using the

remote controller temperature sensor, the master remote controller detects the room temperature. Install
the master remote controller in a place where the average room temperature can be detected and which
is not affected by any heat source from direct sunlight or air blown from air conditioning units.

CAUTION The place where (when) the difference between the room temperature and the wall tem-

perature is large, the wall temperature that is affected by the temperature of the wall on
which the remote controller is installed is measured. Therefore, the difference between
the room temperature and the measured wall temperature may be large.
When the installation site is one of the followings, use of a temperature sensor for an
indoor unit is recommended.

- When the room is not well-ventilated and the air does not reach the wall on which the

remote controller is installed.

- When the difference between the temperature of the wall on which the remote con-

troller is installed and the room temperature.

- When the backside of the wall on which the remote controller is installed is exposed

to the outdoor air.

When the temperature changes drastically, the temperature may not be measured accu-
rately.

NOTE: Make sure that there is no wiring or wire near the remote controller sensor. If there is, the remote controller cannot detect the exact room

temperature.

2.

Seal the remote controller cord with putty in order to prevent the possible entry of dew, water droplets, cockroaches, other insects, etc.

When using the switch box
• When installing on the switch box, seal

the connections between the switch box
and wiring pipe with putty.

When installing directly on the wall
• When opening a hole using a drill for the remote controller cord (or when taking the cord

out of the back of the remote controller), seal the hole with putty.

• When routing the cord via the portion cut off from the upper cover, similarly seal that

portion with putty.

• When taking the remote controller cord from back of the controller, use surface race-

ways.

(3) Parts which must be supplied on site.

• Switch box for two units
• Thin-copper wiring pipe
• Lock nut and bushing
• Surface raceways

3.

Remove the remote controller cover.

• Insert a minus screwdriver into one of the open slots and move the screwdriver in the arrow direction.

CAUTION Do not turn the screwdriver in the slot. Doing so may damage the slot.

External size
of remote
controller

Extra space
around remote
controller

30 mm

30 mm

120 mm

Temperature
sensor

30 mm

For taking cord out of top of
remote controller

Seal around here
with putty.

For taking cord
out from back of
remote
controller

Remote control cord

Use surface
raceways

When a remote controller temperature sensor is used in a place which is likely to be affected by the wall on which the remote controller is
installed, use of an optional spacer (Model: PAC-YT83RS) for a remote controller is recommended.
(For how to set the main and sub remote controller, see step (1) “Remote controller” [4]-3. (1) in section    6   Function Selection  .
For how to set the temperature sensor, see step (2) ”Unit function selection” in section   6  Function Selection   .)

(2) When installing on either the switch box or the wall, allow extra space around the remote controller as shown in the figure at the right.

Wall

Bushing

Wiring pipe

Lock nut

Switch box

Seal around here
with putty.

Remote control
cord

Switch box for two units

Seal the remote control cord
lead-in hole with putty.

(See 2 above)

Remote control cord

 (See 5 below)

Cross recessed pan
head screw

Wood screw

Remote control cord

 (See 5 below)

When using the switch box

When installing directly on the wall

4.

Install the lower case on the switch box or directly on the wall.

6

Function Selection

(1) Function selection of remote controller

The setting of the following remote controller functions can be changed using the remote controller function selection mode. Change the setting
when needed.

Item 1

1. Change Language
(“CHANGE LANGUAGE”)
2. Function limit
(“FUNCTION SELEC-
TION”)
3. Mode selection
(“MODE SELECTION”)

4. Display change
(“DISP MODE SETTING”)

Item 3 (Setting content)

• Display in multiple languages is possible.

• Setting the range of operation limit (operation lock)
• Setting the use or non-use of “automatic” operation mode
• Setting the temperature adjustable range (maximum, minimum)
• Selecting main or sub remote controller

* When two remote controllers are connected to one group, one controller must be set to sub.

• Setting the use or non-use of clock function
• Setting the timer type
• Contact number display in case of error
• Setting the telephone number
• Setting the temperature unit (

°C or °F) to display

• Setting the use or non-use of the display of indoor (suction) air temperature
• Setting the use or non-use of the display of “Cooling” or “Heating” display during operation

with automatic mode

Item 2

Language setting to display

(1) Operation function limit setting (operation lock) (“LOCKING FUNCTION”)
(2) Use of automatic mode setting (“SELECT AUTO MODE”)
(3) Temperature range limit setting (“LIMIT TEMP FUNCTION”)
(1) Remote controller main/sub setting (“CONTROLLER MAIN/SUB”)

(2) Use of clock setting (“CLOCK”)
(3) Timer function setting (“WEEKLY TIMER”)
(4) Contact number setting for error situation (“CALL.”)

(1) Temperature display 

°C/°F setting (“TEMP MODE °C/°F”)

(2) Suction air temperature display setting (“ROOM TEMP DISP SELECT”)
(3) Automatic cooling/heating display setting (“AUTO MODE DISP C/H”)

[Function selection flowchart]
[1] Stop the air conditioner to start remote controller function selection mode. 

→ [2] Select from item1. → [3] Select from item2. → [4] Make the setting.

(Details are specified in item3) 

→ [5] Setting completed. → [6] Change the display to the normal one. (End)

(Hold down the E button and press the D button for two
seconds.)
* The display cannot be changed during the unit function

selection, the test run and the self diagnosis.

(Hold down the E button and press
the D button for two seconds.)
* The remote controller records the

setting that is made in this way.

Press the

G button.

See [4]-1

Item 3

(Setting content)

Item 1

Remote Controller Function
Selection Mode

Item 2

Mode selection

(“MODE

SELECTION”)

Normal display (Display when
the air condition is not running)

PAR-21MAA

ON/OFF 

FILTER

CHECK

OPERATION

CLEAR

TEST

TEMP.

MENU

BACK

DAY

MONITOR/SET

CLOCK

ON/OFF

F

G

C

D

B

I

A

H

E

Change Language

(“CHANGE LANGUAGE”)

Function  limit
(“FUNCTION
SELECTION”)

Display change

(“DISP MODE

SETTING”)

[Detailed setting]
[4] -1. CHANGE LANGUAGE setting
The language that appears on the dot display can be selected.

Press the [

MENU] button to change the language.

1 Japanese (JP), 2 English (GB), 3 German (D), 4 Spanish (E),
5 Russian (RU), 6 Italian (I), 7 Chinese (CH), 8 French (F)

[4] -2. Function limit
(1) Operation function limit setting (operation lock)

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button.

1 no1 : Operation lock setting is made on all buttons other than

the [

ON/OFF] button.

2 no2 : Operation lock setting is made on all buttons.
3 OFF (Initial setting value): Operation lock setting is not made.
* To make the operation lock setting valid on the normal screen, it is

necessary to press buttons (Press and hold down the [FILTER]
and [

ON/OFF] buttons at the same time for two seconds.) on

the normal screen after the above setting is made.

(2) Use of automatic mode setting
When the remote controller is connected to the unit that has auto-
matic operation mode, the following settings can be made.

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button.

1 ON (Initial setting value) : The automatic mode is displayed when

the operation mode is selected.

2 OFF

: The automatic mode is not displayed

when the operation mode is selected.

(3) Temperature range limit setting
After this setting is made, the temperature can be changed within the set range.

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button.

1 LIMIT TEMP COOL MODE :

The temperature range can be changed on cooling/dry mode.

2 LIMIT TEMP HEAT MODE :

The temperature range can be changed on heating mode.

3 LIMIT TEMP AUTO MODE :

The temperature range can be changed on automatic mode.

4 OFF (initial setting) :The temperature range limit is not active.
* When the setting, other than OFF, is made, the temperature range limit setting

on cooling, heating and automatic mode is made at the same time. However,
the range cannot be limited when the set temperature range has not changed.

To increase or decrease the temperature, press the [

TEMP (

) or (

)] button.

To switch the upper limit setting and the lower limit setting, press the [

]

button. The selected setting will flash and the temperature can be set.

Settable range
Cooling/Dry mode : Lower limit: 19

°C ~ 30°C Upper limit: 30°C ~ 19°C

Heating mode :

Lower limit: 17

°C ~ 28°C Upper limit: 28°C ~ 17°C

Automatic mode :

Lower limit: 19

°C ~ 28°C Upper limit: 28°C ~ 19°C

* The settable range varies depending on the unit to connect (Mr. Slim units,

Free-plan units, and intermediate temperature units)

[4] -3. Mode selection setting
(1) Remote controller main/sub setting

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button.

1 Main : The controller will be the main controller.
2 Sub : The controller will be the sub controller.

NOTE
Timer operation stops when the display
for remote controller function selection is
changed to the normal one.

Press the G button.

Press the

E button.

Press the

E button.

Press the

E button.

Press the

E button.

Press the

G button.

Press the

G button.

See [4]-2. (1)

See [4]-2. (2)

See [4]-2. (3)

See [4]-3. (1)

See [4]-3. (2)

See [4]-3. (3)

See [4]-3. (4)

See [4]-4. (1)

See [4]-4. (2)

See [4]-4. (3)

Dot display

The language that is selected in
CHANGE LANGUAGE mode
appears on this display. English
is set in this manual.

NO

NOTE: When the indoor unit functions were changed using the function selection after installation is complete, always indicate the set contents by

entering 

嘷 or other mark in the appropriate check field of Table 1.

[Function selection flow]
First grasp the function selection flow. The following describes setting of “Room temperature detection position” of Table 1 as an example.
(For the actual setting procedure, see [Setting procedure] 1 to ?.)

PAR-21MAA

ON/OFF 

FILTER

CHECK

OPERATION

CLEAR

TEST

TEMP.

MENU

BACK

DAY

MONITOR/SET

CLOCK

ON/OFF

F

G

C

D

B

I

A

H

E

1 Check the function selection set contents.

5 Registration (Press button E.)

6 Mode No. Selection

→ 02 (Room temperature detection position)

7 Setting No. selection 

→ 3 (remote controller fixed)

(Buttons F and G operation)

(Specified indoor unit 

Fan operation)

3 Refrigerant address specification 

→ 00 (Outdoor unit specification)

(Unnecessary for single refrigerant system.)

4 Unit address No. specification

→ 00 (Indoor unit specification)

(Buttons C and D operation)

End?

8 Register (Press button E.)

? Ending function display (Press buttons A and B simultaneously.)

Change
refrigerant
address and unit
address No.?

YES

9

YES

NO

2 Switch to the FUNCTION SELECTION mode.

(Press A and B simultaneously in the remote controller OFF state.)

(2) Use of clock setting

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button.

1 ON : The clock function can be used.
2 OFF : The clock function cannot be used.

(3) Timer function setting

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button (Choose one of

the followings.).

1 WEEKLY TIMER (initial setting on MA deluxe):

The weekly timer can be used.

2 AUTO OFF TIMER: The auto off timer can be used.
3 SIMPLE TIMER (Default setting on MA smooth):

The simple timer can be used.

4 TIMER MODE OFF: The timer mode cannot be used.
* When the use of clock setting is OFF, the “WEEKLY TIMER” cannot be

used.

(4) Contact number setting for error situation

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button.

1 CALL OFF : The set contact numbers are not displayed in case of error.
2 CALL **** *** **** : The set contact numbers are displayed in case

of error.

CALL_

: The contact number can be set when the display is as

shown on the left.

Setting the contact numbers

To set the contact numbers, follow the following procedures.
Move the flashing cursor to set numbers. Press the [

TEMP. (

) and

(

)] button to move the cursor to the right (left). Press the [

CLOCK

(

) and (

)] button to set the numbers.

[4] -4. Display change setting
(1) Temperature display 

°C/°F setting

To switch the setting, press the [

 ON/OFF] button.

°C: The temperature unit °C is used.

°F: The temperature unit °F is used.

(2) Suction air temperature display setting

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button.

1 ON : The suction air temperature is displayed.
2 OFF : The suction air temperature is not displayed.

(3) Automatic cooling/heating display setting

To switch the setting, press the [

ON/OFF] button.

1 ON : One of “Automatic cooling” and “Automatic heating” is displayed

under the automatic mode is running.

2 OFF : Only “Automatic” is displayed under the automatic mode.

(2) Unit Function Selection

 Perform only when change is necessary with Mr. SLIM air conditioner.
(Cannot be performed with CITY MULTI control system.)

Set the functions of each indoor unit from the remote controller, as required. The functions of each indoor unit can be selected only from the remote controller.
Set the functions by selecting the necessary items from Table 1.
Table 1. Function selection contents (For a detailed description of the factory settings and mode of each indoor unit, refer to the indoor unit installation manual.)

Function

Power failure automatic

recovery

Indoor temperature

detecting

LOSSNAY connectivity

AUTO mode

Filter sign

Fan speed

No. of air outlets

Installed options

Up/down vane setting

Energy saving air flow

Humidifier

Mode No.

01
01
02
02
02
03
03
03
05
05
07
07
07
08
08
08
09
09
10
10
11
11
11
12
12
13
13

Setting No.

1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
1
2

Check

Object unit address No.

Unit address No. 00

These items are set for all in-
door units.

Unit address No. 01 to 04 or
AL

These items are set for each
indoor unit.

Settings

Not available
Available (Approximate 4 minutes wait-period after power is restored.)
Indoor unit operating average
Set by indoor unit’s remote controller
Remote controller’s internal sensor
Not Supported
Supported (indoor unit is not equipped with outdoor-air intake)
Supported (indoor unit is equipped with outdoor-air intake)
Energy saving cycle automatically enabled
Energy saving cycle automatically disabled
100 Hr
2500 Hr
No filter sign indicator
Quiet
Standard
High ceiling
4 directions
3 directions
Not supported
Supported
No vanes
Equipped with vanes (No. 1 set)
Equipped with vanes (No. 2 set)
Disabled
Enabled
Not supported
Supported

7

Self check

Retrieve the error history of each unit using the remote controller.
1 Switch to the self check mode.

When the H [CHECK] button is pressed twice successively
within three seconds, the display shown below appears.

2 Set the address or refrigerant address No. you want to self check.

When the F [

TEMP. (

) and (

)] buttons are pressed, the address

decreases and increases between 01 and 50 or 00 and 15. Set it to the
address No. or refrigerant address No. you want to self check.

Approximately three seconds after the change operation, the self check refrig-
erant address changes from flashing to a steady light and self check begins.

3 Self check result display  <Error history> (For the contents of the error code, refer to the indoor unit installation manual or service handbook.)

4 Error history reset

The error history is displayed in 3 Self check results display.

5 Self check reset

There are the following two ways of resetting self check.
Press the H [CHECK] button twice successively within three seconds 

→ Resets self check and returns to the state before self check.

Press the I [

ON/OFF] button 

→ Self check resets and indoor units stop.

   (When operation is prohibited, this operation is ineffective.)

8

Remote Controller Check

Address 3 digits or unit address No. 2 digits

<When opposite side does not exist>

<When there is no error history>

When the D [

MENU] button is pressed twice successively within three

seconds, the self check address or refrigerant address flashes.

When the error history was reset, the display shown below appears.
When error history reset failed, the error contents are displayed again.

When the air conditioner cannot be controlled from the remote controller,
use this function to check the remote controller.

1 First check the power mark.

When normal voltage (DC12V) is not applied to the remote controller,
the power mark goes off.
When the power mark is off, check the remote controller wiring and
the indoor unit.

2 Switch to the remote controller check mode.

When the H [CHECK] button is held down for five seconds or
longer, the display shown below appears.

3 Remote controller check result
 When remote controller is normal

Since there is no problem at the remote controller, check for other causes.

  When the problem is other than the checked remote controller

(Error code 2) “E3” “6833” “6832” flash 

→ Cannot send

There is noise on the transmission line, or the indoor unit or another
remote controller is faulty. Check the transmission line and the other
remote controllers.

Power mark

When remote controller is faulty
(Error display 1) “NG” flashes 

→ Remote controller send/receive circuit abnormal

(Error display 3) “ERC” and data error count are displayed 

→ Data error generation

“Data error count” is the difference between the number of bits of remote controller
send data and the number of bits actually sent to the transmission line. In this
case, the send data was disturbed by the noise, etc. Check the transmission line.

Remote controller switching is necessary.

ERROR CODE

Send data on transmission line

When data error count is 02

Remote controller send data

4 Remote controller check reset

When the H [CHECK] button is held down for five seconds or longer, remote controller check resets and the “PLEASE WAIT” and RUN lamp
flash. Approximately 30 seconds later, the remote controller returns to the state before remote controller check.

When the A [FILTER] button is pressed, remote controller check begins.

Self check address or self check refrigerant address

ERROR CODE

ERROR CODE

ERROR CODE

ERROR CODE

ERROR CODE

ERROR CODE

[Procedure] (Set only when change is necessary.)
1 Check the set contents of each mode. When the set contents of a mode were changed by  function selection, the functions of that mode also change.

Check the set contents as described in steps 2 to 7 and change the setting based on the entries in the Table 1 check field. For the factory settings, refer to the indoor unit installation manual.

* If the remote controller enters the OFF state after the “FUNCTION SELECTION” and room temperature displays “ 

 ” have flashes for two seconds,

communication is probably abnormal. Make sure there are no noise sources near the transmission line.

NOTE: If you make a mistake during operation, end function selection by step ? and repeat selection from step 2.

* When setting mode 1 to 3, set the unit address No. to “00”.
* When setting modes 7 to 11:

- When setting for each indoor unit, set the unit address No. to “01-04”.
- When batch setting for all indoor units, set the unit address No. to “AL”.

2 Set the remote controller to Off.

Press and hold down the A [FILTER] and B [TEST] buttons at
the same time for two seconds or longer.
“FUNCTION SELECTION” blinks for a while, then the remote con-
troller display changes to the display shown below.

3 Set the outdoor unit refrigerant address No.

When the C [

CLOCK (

) and (

)] buttons are pressed, the refrigerant

address No. decreases and increases between 00 and 15. Set it to the
refrigerant address No. whose function you want to select.
(This step is unnecessary for single refrigerant system.)

Refrigerant address
display

4 Set the indoor unit address No.

Press the D [

ON/OFF] button. The unit address No.

display “– –” flashes.

When the C [

CLOCK (

) and (

)] buttons are pressed, the unit ad-

dress No. changes in 00 

→ 01 → 02 → 03 → 04 → AL order. Set it to the

unit address No. of the indoor unit whose functions you want to set.

Unit address No. display

5 Refrigerant address and unit address No. registration

Press the E [

] button. The refrigerant address and unit ad-

dress No. are registered.
After a while, the mode No. display “– –” flashes.

* When “ 

 ” flashes at the room temperature display, the selected re-

frigerant address is not in the system.
When “F” is displayed at the unit address No. display, and when it flashes
together with the refrigerant address display, the selected unit address
No. does not exist. Correctly set the refrigerant address and unit ad-
dress No. by repeating steps 2 and 3.

Mode No. display

When registered using the E [

] button, the registered indoor

unit begins fan operation. When you want to know the location of the
indoor units of the unit address No. whose functions were selected, check
here. When the unit address No. is 00 or AL, all the indoor units of the
selected refrigerant address perform the fan operation.
Ex) When refrigerant address 00, unit address No. = 02 registered

* When grouping by different refrigerant systems and an indoor unit other

than the specified refrigerant address performs the fan operation, the
refrigerant address set here is probably duplicated.
Recheck the refrigerant address at the outdoor unit rotary switches.

Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

Refrigerant address 00

Unit address
No. 01

Fan operation

Registration

Unit address
No. 02

Unit address
No. 03

Remote Controller

6 Mode No. selection

Select the mode No. you want to set with the F [

TEMP. (

) and (

)] buttons. (Only the settable mode numbers can be selected.)

7 Select the setting contents of the selected mode.

When the G [

MENU] button is pressed, the current setting No.

flashes. Use this to check the currently set contents.

8 The contents set at steps 3 to 7 are registered.

When the E [

] button is pressed, the mode No. and setting No. flash and registration begins. The flashing mode No. and

setting No. change to a steady light and setting ends.

* When “– –” appears at the mode No. and setting No. displays and “ 

 ” flashes at the room temperature display, communication is probably abnormal.

Make sure there are no noise sources near the transmission line.

9 To select more functions, repeat steps 3 to 8.
? End function selection.

Press and hold down the A [FILTER] and B [TEST] buttons at the same time for two seconds or longer.
After a while, the function selection display disappears and the remote controller returns to the air conditioner off display.

* Do not operate the air conditioner from the remote controller for 30 seconds after the end of function selection.

NOTE: When the functions of an indoor unit were changed by function selection after the end of installation, always indicate the set contents

by entering a 

嘷 or other mark in the appropriate check field of Table 1.

Mode No. 02 = Room temperature detection position

Select the setting No. using the F [

TEMP. (

) and (

)] buttons.

Setting No. display

Setting No. 1 = Simultaneous operation indoor units balance

Setting No. 3 = Remote controller built-in sensor

Mode No. display

˚C

PAR-21MAA

ON/OFF 

FILTER

CHECK

OPERATION

CLEAR

TEST

TEMP.

MENU

BACK

DAY

MONITOR/SET

CLOCK

ON/OFF

To remove the cover, insert a minus
screwdriver into one of the open
slots, and move it in the direction of
the arrow shown in the figure.

To indoor unit MA remote
controller  or A controll
terminal block

AB

There is no polarity.

To connect the
remote control cord,
peel 6mm of coating.

5.

Connect the remote control cord to the remote controller terminal block.

CAUTION

Do not use crimp terminals to connect to remote controller terminal blocks. The terminals may contact the board and cause
trouble or contact the cover and damage the cover.

CAUTION Prevent remote cord chips from getting into the remote controller. Electric shock or malfunction may result.

6.

Wiring hole for installing directly on the wall (or open wiring)

• Cut off the shaded area from the upper cover using a knife, nippers, etc.
• Take out the remote control cord connected to the terminal block via this portion.

7.

Install the cover to the remote controller.

First, hook the cover to the two upper claws and then fit it to the remote controller.

CAUTION Press the cover until it snaps shut. If not, it may fall off.

CAUTION Do not into turn the screwdriver in the slot. Doing so may damage the slot.

NOTE: A protection sheet is stuck to the operation section. Peel off this protection sheet before use.

4

Test Run

1. Before making a test run, refer to the “Test Run” section of  the

indoor unit installation manual.

2. Press the [TEST] button twice successively within three seconds.

Test run starts.

3. Stop the test run by pressing the [

ON/OFF] button.

4. If trouble occurred during the test run, refer to the “Test Run” sec-

tion of the indoor unit installation manual.

5

Ventilation Setting

* When the upper controller is connected, make the setting using the upper controller.

NOTE: When using LOSSNAY units in conjunction, interlock the addresses of all indoor units within the group and address of LOSSNAY units.

Perform this operation when you want to register the LOSSNAY, confirm the registered units, or delete the registered units controlled by the remote controller.
The following uses indoor unit address 05 and LOSSNAY address 30 as an example to describe the setting procedure.

[Setting Procedure]
1 Stop the air conditioner using the remote controller [

ON/OFF] button.

If the OFF display shown below does not appear at this time, step 2 cannot be performed.

2 Press and hold down the [FILTER] and [

] buttons at the same time for two seconds. The display shown below appears. The remote controller

confirms the registered LOSSNAY addresses of the currently connected indoor units.

3 Registration confirmation result

- The indoor unit address and registered LOSSNAY address are displayed alternately.

- When LOSSNAY are not registered

Make this setting only when interlocked operation with LOSSNAY is necessary with CITY MULTI
models.
(This setting cannot be made with Mr. SLIM air conditioners.)

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Operation mode display

“TEST RUN” and “OPERATION MODE” are
displayed alternately.

Timer stops test run after two hours.

Piping temperature display

Stop test run by pressing the [

ON/OFF] button.

During test run, the RUN lamp remains on.

[TEST] button

Switch box two units

46

10

10

20

7

30

30

102

44

φ6

φ6

102

20

25

25

20

83.5

±

0.4

73

CAUTION Do not tighten the screws too tight. Doing so may deform or crack the lower cover.

NOTE: - Choose a flat plane for installation.

- Fasten the switch box at more than two places when installing directly on the wall.
- When reinstalling on the wall, fasten securely using anchors.

Indoor unit address

LOSSNAY address

4 If registration is unnecessary, end registration by pressing and holding down the [FILTER] and [

] buttons at the same time for two seconds.

If a new LOSSNAY must be registered, go to step 1. Registration procedure. If you want to confirm another LOSSNAY, go to step 2. Confirmation
procedure.
 To delete a registered LOSSNAY, go to step 3. Deletion procedure.

< 1.  Registration procedure >
5 Set the address of the LOSSNAY and the indoor unit connected by the remote controller you want to register using the [

TEMP. (

) and (

)]

buttons.  (01 to 50)

6 Set the address of the LOSSNAY you want to register using the [

CLOCK (

) and (

)] buttons. (01 to 50)

7 Press the [TEST] button, and register the set indoor unit address and LOSSNAY address.

- Registration end display

The indoor unit address and “IC” and LOSSNAY address and “LC” are alternately displayed.

- Registration error display

If the address was not correctly registered, the indoor unit address and registered LOSSNAY address are alternately displayed.

Cannot be registered because the registered indoor unit or LOSSNAY does not exist.
Cannot be registered because another LOSSNAY was registered at the registered indoor unit.

< 2.  Confirmation procedure >
8 Set the address of the indoor unit connected by the remote controller whose LOSSNAY you want to confirm using the [

TEMP. (

) and (

)]

buttons. (01 to 50)

9 Press the [

 MENU] button and confirm the LOSSNAY address registered at the set indoor unit address.

- Confirmation end display (When LOSSNAY is connected.)

The indoor unit address and “IC” and registered LOSSNAY address and “LC” are alternately displayed.

- Confirmation end display (When LOSSNAY is not connected.)

Registered indoor unit address does not exist.

< 3.  Deletion procedure >

Use this procedure when you want to delete registration of indoor units connected by the remote controller and LOSSNAY.

; Confirm (see 2. Confirmation procedure) the LOSSNAY you want to delete and display the indoor units and LOSSNAY confirmation results.

A Press the [

ON/OFF] button twice and delete registration of the LOSSNAY registered at the set indoor unit.

- Deletion end display
  Indoor unit address and “– –” and registered LOSSNAY address and “– –” are alternately displayed.

- Deletion error display
  When deletion was not performed properly.

15 or less

Press the

D button.

Press the

D button.

Press the

D button.

→→

→ Operation function limit setting (“LOCKING FUNCTION”)

Press the G button.

Temperature range limit setting (“LIMIT TEMP FUNCTION”)

Use of automatic mode setting (“SELECT AUTO MODE”)

→ Temperature display °C/°F setting (“TEMP MODE °C/°F”)

Press the G button.

Automatic cooling/heating display setting (“AUTO MODE DISP C/H”)

Suction air temperature display setting (“ROOM TEMP DISP SELECT”)

→Remote controller main/sub setting (“CONTROLLER MAIN/SUB”)

Press the G button.

Timer function setting (“WEEKLY TIMER”)

Use of clock setting (“CLOCK”)

Contact number setting for error situation (“CALL.”)

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