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Mitsubishi Electric PAC-YT51CRB Installation Manual

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PAC-YT51CRB

TEMP.

ON/OFF

B

C

A

D

- When LOSSNAY or OA processing unit are not registered

4 If registration is unnecessary, end registration by pressing and holding

down the [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] and [TEMP. (

)] buttons at the

same time for two seconds.
If a new LOSSNAY or OA processing unit must be registered, go to step 1.
Registration procedure
 . If you want to confirm another LOSSNAY or OA
processing unit, go to step 2. Confirmation procedure. To delete a regis-
tered LOSSNAY or OA processing unit, go to step 3. Deletion procedure.

< 1.  Registration procedure >
5 Set the address of the LOSSNAY or OA processing unit and the indoor

unit connected by the remote controller you want to register using the
[TEMP. (

) and (

)] buttons. (01 to 50)

6 After setting, press the [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] button and set the

Lossnay address you want to register by operating the [TEMP. (

) and

(

)] buttons. (01~50)

- Confirmation end display (When

LOSSNAY or OA processing unit
is not connected.)

< 3.  Deletion procedure >
Use this procedure when you want to delete registration of indoor units
connected by the remote controller and LOSSNAY or OA processing unit.
; Confirm (see 2. Confirmation procedure) the LOSSNAY or OA pro-

cessing unit you want to delete and display the indoor units and
LOSSNAY or OA processing unit confirmation results.

A Press the [TEMP. (

) and (

)] button simultaneously for 2 sec-

onds, and delete registration of the LOSSNAY or OA processing unit
address registered at the set indoor unit.
- Deletion end display

Indoor unit address and “– –” and registered LOSSNAY or OA pro-
cessing unit address and “– –” are alternately displayed.

- Deletion error display

When deletion was not performed properly.

NO

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 that is strong enough to withstand the weight of the
PAC-YT51CRB.
Any lack of strength may cause the PAC-YT51CRB 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 PAC-YT51CRB by yourself.
Any deficiency caused by your modification or repair may result in an electric
shock or fire.
Consult with your dealer about repairs.

WT03594X04

GB

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

°C (104°F) or

less than 0

°C (32°F) or exposed to direct sunlight.

The PAC-YT51CRB may be deformed or may malfunction.

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 touch any PCB (Printed Circuit Board) with your hands or with
tools. Do not allow dust to collect on the PCB.
Doing so may cause fire or an electric shock.

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.

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.

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

Do not install in any place exposed to flammable gas leakage.
Flammable gases accumulated around the body of PAC-YT51CRB 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.

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.

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.

Never contact the power supply with the control wiring terminals.
Doing so will certainly cause the controller to catch fire.

3

How To Wire Transmission  Line

The wiring is different when the remote controller is connected to a CITY MULTI control system (“-A” type and later) and when it is connected to a Mr.
SLIM air conditioner (A control type). The wiring also differs with the system configuration. Check the system used.

1.

Connecting to CITY MULTI control system
The numbers (1) to (4) in the figure correspond to items (1) to (4) in the following description.

(1) Wiring from the remote controller

• Connect to the MA remote controller terminal block (TB15) on the indoor unit.
• The terminal block has no polarity. Continue to the terminal block at the rear bottom of the remote controller.

(2) Operating in a group (Groups 03, and 04 above)

• Interconnect the MA remote controller terminal block (TB15) of the indoor units you want to operate as a group, and connect the MA remote

controller to that point.

• When also it in combination with a CITY MULTI control system as shown in the figure above, group setting at the system controller (central

controller in the figure above) is necessary.

(3) Number of connectable remote controllers (groups 02 and 04)

• A main remote controller and one sub remote controller, a total of two, can be connected to a group made up of indoor units.

(4) To interlock to a LOSSNAY or OA processing unit, make the following settings using the remote controller. (For a description of how to set an

interlock, see section     6   Ventilation Setting   .)
Set the LOSSNAY or OA processing unit address and the address of all the indoor units you want to interlock.

(5) Total length of remote controller wiring

• The simple MA controller can be wired up to 200 m (656 ft). Procure 0.75 - 1.25 mm

2

 (stranded 16 - 28 AWG), 2-core cable at the installation site.

CAUTION Remote controllers cannot be wired together. Only one wire can be connected to the remote controller terminal block.

NOTE: When interlocking the MA remote controller with a LOSSNAY or OA processing unit, always set the address of all the indoor units in the

group and the address of the LOSSNAY or OA processing unit.

2.

Connecting to Mr. SLIM air conditioner
The remote controller wiring depends on the system configuration. Check the system configuration. Wire the remote controller as shown in the
example below.
The numbers (1) to (3) in the figure correspond to items (1) to (3) in the following description.
[1] Connecting the remote controller for each refrigerant system (Standard 1:1, simultaneous twin, simultaneous triple, simultaneous four, indi-

vidual twin)

[2] When grouping by different refrigerant systems

*

Set the refrigerant address using the outdoor unit dip switches. (For more information, refer to the outdoor unit installation manual.)

*

All the indoor units enclosed in 

 are controlled as one group.

(1) Wiring from remote controller

• Connect to indoor unit TB5 (remote controller terminal block). (The terminal block has no polarity.)
• For simultaneous multi type, when mixing various types of indoor units, always connect the remote controller to the indoor unit with the

most functions (wind velocity, vane, louver, etc.).

CITY MULTI Control System
and Mr. SLIM Air Conditioners

Simple MA Controller

PAC-YT51CRB

Installation Manual

This instruction manual describes how to install the Simple MA Controller for Mitsubishi Building Air Conditioning Systems, direct expansion type CITY
MULTI air conditioner indoor units (“-A” type and later), and Mr. SLIM 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 for them.

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 PAC-YT51CRB

CAUTION

This symbol denotes what could lead to a personal injury or damage to your property if you misuse the PAC-YT51CRB

● 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 PAC-YT51CRB, 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 PAC-YT51CRB yourself.
Any deficiency caused by installation may result in an electric shock or fire.
Ask your distributor or special vendor for moving and installation.

Connect to

TB15 on the

indoor unit.

Connect to
TB5 on the
indoor unit.

(5) When using two remote controllers in one group, set the dip switches.

When using two remote controllers in one group, specify the main and sub remote controllers using dip switch No. 1 shown below.
• When connecting only one remote controller to one group, it is always the main remote controller. When connecting two remote controllers to

one group, set one remote controller as the main remote controller and the other as the sub remote controller.

• The factory setting is “Main”.

Setting the dip switches

There are switches on the front of the remote controller. Remote controller Main/Sub and other function settings are performed using these
switches. Ordinarily, only change the Main/Sub setting of SW1. (The factory settings are all “ON”.)

(6) After setting the remote controller address, attach the remote controller cover.

When attaching the remote controller cover, set the top of the cover onto the two top hooks, then push in on the bottom of the cover until it snaps
into place.
If the bottom of the cover is attached first, the top of the cover cannot be attached. Forcefully pushing in the top of the cover to attach it may
break the hooks.

CAUTION

- Press in on the bottom of the cover until it snaps into place.
- When attaching the remote controller cover, be careful not to move the room tem-

perature sensor out of place. Moving the sensor out of place or pinching it while
attaching the cover may result in the sensor malfunctioning or being damaged.

5

Test Run

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

indoor unit installation manual.

2. When the [ON/OFF] button and [TEMP.] (

) button are pressed

simultaneously for 2 seconds or longer, test run is performed.

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.

6

Ventilation Setting

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

7 Press the [ON/OFF] 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 is not registered correctly, the indoor unit address and [

 ], and the registered LOSSNAY (or OA processing unit address)

and [ 

 ] are alternately displayed.

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

< 2.  Confirmation procedure >
8 Set the address of the indoor unit connected by the remote con-

troller whose LOSSNAY or OA processing unit you want to confirm
using the [TEMP. (

) and (

)] buttons. (01 to 50)

9 Press the [ON/OFF] button and [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)]

button simultaneously for 2 seconds, and check the Lossnay ad-
dress registered at the set indoor unit address.
- Confirmation end display (When LOSSNAY is connected.)

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

SW No

1

2

3

SW contents Main

Remote controller
Main/Sub setting

Temperature display
units setting

Cooling/heating dis-
play in AUTO mode

ON

Main

Celsius

Yes

OFF

Sub

Fahrenheit

No

Comment

Set one of the two remote controllers at one group to “Main”

When the temperature is displayed in [Fahrenheit], set to “No”.

When  you do not want to display “Cooling” and “Heating” in the
Auto mode, set to “No”.

7

Function Selection

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.)

Please set the following functions connected with Mr.SLIM if it is neccessary.
(Cannot be performed with CITY MULTI Control system.)

Function

Power failure automatic

recovery

Indoor temperature

detecting

OA processing unit

connectivity

Power voltage

AUTO mode

Filter sign

Fan speed

No. of air outlets

Installed options (high-

performance filter)

Up/down vane setting

Energy saving air flow

(Heating mode)

Humidifier

(Direct Add-on type)

Mode No.

01
01
02
02
02
03
03
03
04
04
05
05
07
07
07
08
08
08
09
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
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
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)
240 V
220 V, 230 V
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
2 directions
Not supported
Supported
No vanes
Equipped with vanes (No. 1 set)
Equipped with vanes (No. 2 set)
Disabled
Enabled
Not supported
Supported

* For mode numbers other than listed above, refer to the indoor unit installation manual.

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 ?.)

* When setting mode 1 ~ 5 set the unit address No. to “00”.
* When setting modes 7 to 13:

- 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”.

4 Set the indoor unit address No.

Press the 

D [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] button. The unit ad-

dress No. display “– –” flashes.

When the 

B [TEMP. ( )] and C [TEMP. ( )] buttons are pressed, the unit

address 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 

A [ON/OFF] 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 refrig-

erant 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 3 and 4.

Mode No. display

When registered using the 

A [ON/OFF] , the registered indoor unit be-

gins 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 dip switches.

Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

Refrigerant address 00

Unit address
No. 01

Fan operation

Registration

Unit address
No. 02

Unit address
No. 03

Simple MA Controller

Mode No. 02 = Room temperature detection position

Mode No. display

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.

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 dis-
played 

→ 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.

Send data on transmission line

When data error count is 02

Remote controller send data

4 Remote controller check reset

When the 

B [TEMP. ( )] button and D [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] button are pressed simultaneously for 5 seconds or longer, remote

controller diagnosis is reset and the [HO] and run lamp flash and 30 seconds later the remote controller returns to its state before diagnosis.

TB5     TB15

TB5     TB15

b

b

TB5     TB15

c

TB5     TB15

b

TB5     TB15

b

TB5     TB15

b

TB5     TB15

b

TB7      TB3

TB5     TB15

TB5     TB15

TB7      TB3

(1)

(1)

(3)

(3)

(1)

(3)

(3)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(4)

(1)

(1)

a

a

d

d

e

d

e

d

b

b

g

f

Address=01

Address=03

Address=55

Address=08

Address=07

Address=06

Address=05

Address=51

Address=02

Address=04

Group01

Group02

Group03

Group04

(1)

(3)

TB5

TB4

TB1

TB4

(3)

(3)

(1)

TB4

TB4

TB5

TB1

TB4

TB5

TB1

TB1

TB4

TB5

(1)

(1)

(3)

(3)

(3)

a

b

b

d

a

b

b

d

e

a

b

b

d

d

e

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB1

TB1

TB1

TB1

TB1

TB5

TB5

TB5

TB5

TB5

(2)

(1)

(3)

(3)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(2)

a

a

a

a

b

b

b

b

b

b

b

b

d

e

Simultaneous twin

Simultaneous twin

Individual twin

Simultaneous twin

Individual twin

Simultaneous triple

Standard 1:1

Refrigerant
address=00
(Master)

Refrigerant address=01
(Subordinate)

Refrigerant address=02
(Subordinate)

Refrigerant
address=03
(Subordinate)

Refrigerant
address=04
(Subordinate)

Refrigerant
address=00

Refrigerant
address=00

Refrigerant
address=00

Refrigerant
address=00

a Outdoor unit
b Indoor unit
c LOSSNAY or OA processing unit
d Main Remote Controller
e Sub Remote Controller
f Central controller
g Power supply unit for transmission line

a Outdoor unit
b Indoor unit
d Main Remote Controller

(Simple MA Controller)

e Sub remote controller

(Simple MA Controller)

d

e

When the 

A [ON/OFF] button is pressed,

remote controller check begins.

Address=09

Standard
High ceiling 1

PL(H)(A)-P·AA type

High ceiling 2

1 Check the function selection set contents.

5 Registration (Press button 

A.)

6 Mode No. Selection

→ 02 (Room temperature detection position)

7 Setting No. selection 

→ 3 (remote controller fixed)

(Buttons 

B, C and D 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 

B, C and D operation)

End?

8 Register (Press button 

A.)

? Ending function display (Press buttons 

D and C simultaneously.)

Change
refrigerant
address and unit
address No.?

YES

9

YES

NO

2 Switch to the FUNCTION SELECTION mode.

(Press 

D and C simultaneously in the remote controller OFF state.)

CAUTION

- Forcing off the cover using a screwdriver that is less than 4 mm (5/32 in) wide may result in damage to the equipment.
- Attach the remote controller to a level surface. Do not overtighten the screws, otherwise the case may become deformed or

break.

Room tempera-
ture sensor

2

Checking the Supplied Parts

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

NOTE: The parts listed below must be purchased separately.

(1) Cable connecting the remote controller to the indoor unit:

Use the cable specified below.

Cable type VCTF or CVV (2-core): 0.75 – 1.25 mm

2

 (stranded 16 to 20 AWG) or equivalent

* CVV is a control cable which is sheathed in polyvinyl chloride with polyvinyl insulated wires inside.

Remote Controller Model Name

PAC-YT51CRB

Enclosed Parts

(1) Simple MA Controller .......................................................... 1
(2) Cross-recessed pan-head screws ...................................... 2
(3) Operation manual ............................................................... 3

NOTE: If you need to use a cable extension longer than 10 m (32 ft), select an electric wire that meets the following specifications:

Wire specification VCTF or CVV (2-core): 1.25 mm

2

 (stranded 16 AWG) or equivalent

(2) The switch box is necessary for mounting. Use the switch box specified in the right.

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

[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 “ 

F

 (FUNCTION)” and room temperature displays “ 

 ” have flashes for two seconds, commu-

nication 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.

2 Set the remote controller to Off.

Press and hold down the 

D [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] and

the 

C [TEMP. ( )] buttons at the same time for two seconds or

longer.
“ 

F

 (FUNCTION)” blinks for a while, then the remote controller

display changes to the display shown below.

3 Set the outdoor unit refrigerant address No.

When the 

B [TEMP. ( )] and C [TEMP. ( )] 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

h

16(5/8) 16(5/8)

25(1)

25(1)

102(4)

54(2-1/8)

20

(13/16)

10

(3/8)

44(1-3/4)

83.5

±

0.4(3-3/8

±

1/32)

ø6(1/4OD)

20(13/16)

20(13/16)

6(1/4)

ø6(1/4OD)

1.5 (1/16) or less

[Setting Procedure]
1 Stop the air conditioner using the remote controller [ON/OFF] button.
2 Press and hold down the [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] and [TEMP.

(

)] buttons at the same time for two seconds. The display shown be-

low appears. The remote controller confirms the registered LOSSNAY
or OA processing unit addresses of the currently connected indoor units.

3 Registration confirmation result

- The indoor unit address and registered LOSSNAY or OA processing

unit address are displayed alternately.

<Indoor unit address and indoor unit display> <LOSSNAY address display and LOSSNAY display>

- Registered indoor unit ad-

dress does not exist.

Indoor unit address    LOSSNAY or OA processing unit address

6 Mode No. selection

Select the mode No. you want to set with the 

B [TEMP. ( )] and C [TEMP. ( )] buttons. (Only the settable mode numbers can be selected.)

Alternately displays the test run time
and indoor unit piping temperature.

indoor unit piping temperature

Display range: –20

°C (–4°F) to

70

°C (158°F)

“–20

°C” or “70°C” flashes on the

display

test run time

The amount of time: remaining for the test run is

displayed.

Display range: 2:00 to 0:01
After two hours, the test run stops automatically.

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

4

How To  Install

1.

Mount the switch box
(1) Install the switch box (purchased separately) as ex-

plained below.

(2) Purchase the thin-copper wiring pipe and locknuts and bushings separately.

2.

Install the remote controller
(1) Pull out about 80 mm of cable from the wall and remove the insulation from its end.
(2) Use putty to seal the cable lead-in hole in order to prevent insects from damaging the wiring and to prevent air from condensing on the remote

controller circuit board. If the hole is not sealed well, the remote controller circuit board may be damaged.

(3) Connect the cable to the terminal board in the bottom rear of the simple MA controller unit.

• The cable does not have polarity.
• When connecting stranded cable, hold down the button on the terminal board while inserting

the cable.

• The cable connects to the main terminal board when it is inserted into the bottom terminal.
• When disconnecting the cable, hold down the button while pulling out the cable.
• After inserting the cable, slightly tug on it to check that it does not easily disconnect. If the

cable is not securely connected, a short-circuit or malfunction may occur.

(4) Remove the controller cover using a standard screwdriver, then attach the simple MA controller unit to the switch box using the two enclosed

cross-recessed pan-head screws. Use a standard screwdriver with a blade that is 4 mm (5/32 in) or wider to remove the cover.

(3) Up to two remote controllers can be connected to one group

• When two remote controllers are connected to one group, always set the master remote controller and subordinate remote controller.
• When only one remote controller is connected to one group, set it as the master controller. When two remote controllers are connected to one

group, set the master remote controller and subordinate remote controller. (For a description of how to set the master/subordinate switch, see
step 5 in section    4   How To Install  .)

(4) Total length of remote controller wiring

• The remote controller can be wired up to 200 m (656-1/8 ft). Procure 0.75 ~ 1.25 mm

2

 (16 ~ 28 AWG), 2-core cable at the installation site.

CAUTION - The wiring cannot be connected to TB5 of the indoor unit of the same refrigerant system. If so connected, the system will not

operate normally.

- Remote controllers cannot be wired together. Only one wire can be connected to the remote controller terminal block.
- When connecting to TB5, connect up to two wires of the same size to one terminal block.

Switch box

40 mm (1-19/32 in) or more

Refrigerant
address=00

a Outdoor unit
b Indoor unit
d Main Remote Controller
e Sub remote controller

d

d

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB4

TB1

TB1

TB1

TB1

TB5

TB5

TB5

TB5

TB5

TB5

a

b

b

b

b

b

b

d

e

a

a

a

Simultaneous twin

Standard 1:1

Refrigerant
address=00

Simultaneous twin

Refrigerant
address=00

Refrigerant
address=01

Standard 1:1

Button:
Press here.

Remove controller cover

Outline of remote
controller

(2) When grouping with difference refrigerant systems

• Group using the remote controller wiring. Connect the remote controller to an arbitrary indoor unit of each refrigerant system you want to group.
• When mixing different types of indoor units in the same group, always make the outdoor unit connecting the indoor unit with the most

functions (wind velocity, vane, louver, etc.) the master unit (refrigerant address = 00). Also, when the master unit is the simultaneous
multi type, always satisfy the conditions of (1) above.

• The MA compact remote controller can control up to 16 refrigerant systems as one group.

Projecting
object such as
a stud

NOTE: - Be sure to install the switch box with the clearance shown in the illustra-

tion at the left. (Check the space between the unit and any projection
such as a stud.)

- Leave a space of 120 mm (4-3/4 in) or more below the remote controller

so that the screwdriver can be used.

- Since the remote controller is equipped with a temperature sensor, in-

stall the remote controller in a location where the average room tem-
perature can be detected and which is not directly affected by some heat
source, direct sunlight or air blown from an air conditioner.

11 

(7/16)

10 

(13/32)

80mm 

(3-3/16 in)

Cable

Seal with putty.

One switch box (with cover)

Wiring pipe

Wall

Sheath

Insu-
lation

Leading
wire

Insert the cable.

7 Select the setting contents of the selected mode.

When the 

D [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] button is pressed, the

current setting No. flashes. Use this to check the currently set con-
tents.

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

When the 

A [ON/OFF] 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, press the 

D [ 

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] and repeat steps 3 to 8.

? End function selection.

Press and hold down the 

C [TEMP. ( )] and D [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] 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.

Select the setting No. using the 

B [TEMP. ( )] and C [TEMP. ( )]

buttons.

Setting No. display

Setting No. 1 = Simultaneous operation

indoor units balance

Setting No. 3 = Remote controller built-in sensor

8

Self diagnosis

Retrieve the error history of each unit using the simple MA controller.

3 Self-diagnosis 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-diagnosis results display.

5 Self-diagnosis reset

There are the following two ways of resetting self-diagnosis.
Press the 

A [ON/OFF] button and the C [TEMP. ( )] button simultaneously for 5 seconds or longer. → Resets self-diagnosis and returns to the state before self-diagnosis.

Press the 

A [ON/OFF] button.→ Self-diagnosis resets and indoor units stop.

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

Error code 4 digits or error code 2 digits

Error detection attribute

Address 4 digits or unit address No. 2 digits

<When opposite side does not exist>

<When there is no error history>

When the 

D  [

 (Fan Speed Adjustment)] button is pressed two

times successively within three seconds, the self-diagnosis object ad-
dress and refrigerant address flash.

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

(Alternate

display)

Self-diagnosis address or self-
diagnosis refrigerant address

1 Switch to the self-diagnosis mode.

When the 

A [ON/OFF] button and the C [TEMP. ( )] button

are pressed for 5 seconds or longer, the figure shown below is
displayed.

Switch box

(–4

°F)

Unit: mm (in)

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

When the 

B [TEMP. ( )] and C [TEMP. ( )] 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-diagnosis.

Approximately three seconds after the change op-
eration, the self-diagnosis refrigerant address
changes from flashing to a steady light and self-di-
agnosis begins.

9

Remote Controller Check

1 Press the 

A [ON/OFF] button to stop the air conditioner.

2 Press the 

D [Fan Speed Adjustment] button for 3 seconds or longer to set the temperature range. (

1

or 

2

 will be displayed.)

3 Press the 

A [ON/OFF] button to set the temperature range 

1

 ~ 

4

 in each operation mode.

* When the Auto mode skip is off, 

4

 temperature range in the Auto mode is not displayed.

1

No temperature range setting

: Temperature range will not be available in the all modes.

2

Temperature range in the cooling/dry mode

: Temperature setting range in the cooling/dry mode will be changed.

3

Temperature range in the heating mode

: Temperature setting range in the heating mode will be changed.

4

Temperature range in the Auto mode

: Temperature setting range in the Auto mode will be changed.

This function allows to set temperature adjustment range (higher/lower
limit).

10 Temperature Range Setting

(67:87 

° F)

(63:83 

° F)

(67:83 

° F)

1

 No temperature range setting

2

 Temperature range in the cooling/dry mode

3

 Temperature range in the heating mode

4

 Temperature range in the Auto mode

4 To change the temperature setting range in the cooling/dry, heat-

ing, and Auto mode, perform the procedures of 5 and 6.

5 Press the 

D [Fan Speed Adjustment] button to switch the setting

between higher limit [Hi] and lower limit [Lo].

6 Press the 

B [TEMP. ( )] or C [TEMP. ( )] button to set the higher/lower limit.

• Temperature can be adjusted within the Temperature setting range. For

the setting temperature range, refer to the indoor unit operation manual.

• Pressing the 

B [TEMP. ( )] and C [TEMP. ( )] buttons simul-

taneously allows to return to the previous temperature setting
range in the cooling/dry, heating, and Auto mode.

7 Press the 

D [Fan Speed Adjustment] button for 3 seconds or longer to

complete the temperature range setting.
• When the temperature range setting is completed, while one of the 

2

3

,

or 

4

 is displayed, temperature range in the cooling/dry, heating, and Auto

mode will be changed.

• When the temperature beyond the temperature setting range is set, the

set temperature display flashes.

*

The temperature range can be set from the centralized remote controller that
has the function of temperature range setting via this Simple MA Controller con-
nected with the indoor unit that has the function of temperature range setting.

2 Switch to the remote controller check mode.

When the 

B [TEMP. ( )] button and D [

 (Fan Speed Adjust-

ment)] button are pressed simultaneously for 5 seconds or longer,
the figure shown below is displayed.

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 display 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.

This function allows to enable or disable the Auto mode.

11 Auto Mode Skip Setting

Auto mode skip setting is only available for the controllers connected
with heat pump air conditioners with Auto mode.
1 Press the 

A [ON/OFF] button to stop the air conditioner.

2 Press the 

B [TEMP. ( )] and C [TEMP. ( )] buttons simulta-

neously for 3 seconds or longer to set the Auto mode skip. (The
current setting will be displayed.)

The display that Auto mode skip setting is off

3 Auto mode can be enabled or disabled by pressing the 

A [ON/OFF] button.

ON - Auto mode is enabled.
OFF - Auto mode is disabled.

4 Press the 

B [TEMP. ( )] and C [TEMP. ( )] buttons simultaneously for 3

seconds or longer to complete Auto mode skip setting.