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Mitsubishi PAC-YG60MCA User Manual

Mitsubishi digital electronics air conditioner user manual.

 
Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioner Network System
PI controller
PAC-YG60MCA
Installation/Instruction Manual
Before using the PI controller, please read this installation/instruction manual carefully to ensure proper operation.
Keep this installation/instruction manual for future reference.
Contents
1.
Safety Precautions .............................................. 1
2.
Device Capabilities ............................................. 1
3.
Confirmation of Parts .......................................... 2
4.
Specifications ...................................................... 2
4-1.
Product Specifications ....................... 2
4-2.
External View ..................................... 2
5.
Example of System Configuration....................... 3
6.
Installation Method .............................................. 4
6-1.
Parts to be Procured Locally .............. 4
6-2.
Installation Procedure ........................ 5
7.
Wiring Method ..................................................... 6
7-1.
Names of Parts .................................. 6
7-2.
Connecting the Power Line and
M-NET Transmission Line ................. 7
7-3.
Connecting the Signal Lines .............. 8
(1) Pulse input (non-voltage a contact) ... 8
8.
Initial Setting Procedure ...................................... 9
9.
Switch List ......................................................... 10
10.
Display Content................................................. 11
10-1.
Display Content List ......................... 11
10-2.
Communication Error Status
Display ............................................. 11
11.
Test Run ........................................................... 12
12.
Precautions for Expansion ................................ 12
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Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioner Network System PI controller PAC-YG60MCA Installation/Instruction Manual Before using the PI controller, please read this installation/instruction manual carefully to ensure proper operation. Keep this installation/instruction manual for future reference. Contents Safety Precautions ... 1 Device Capabilities ... 1 Confirmation of Parts ...

  • Page 2: Safety Precautions, Device Capabilities

    Safety Precautions • Before using the device, thoroughly read the following safety precautions and use as directed. • Hazards and levels of danger that can occur due to incorrect handling are classified by the following symbols. Warning Incorrect handling can result in death, serious injury, etc. Caution Incorrect handling can result in injury or damage to the building or its contents.

  • Page 3: Confirmation Of Parts, Specifications, Product Specifications, External View

    Confirmation of Parts • Confirm that the box contains the following parts. Number * In addition to the parts mentioned above, other parts need to be procured locally in order to operate this device. Furthermore, other Mitsubishi optional parts may be required depending on how the device is to be used. For details, refer to "6 Installation Method".

  • Page 4: Example Of System Configuration

    Example of System Configuration Centralized control line Power supply unit PAC-SC50KUA M-NET G-50A or GB-50A G(B)-50A Web or TG-2000A Watt-hour meter with pulse transmitter, etc. Note: • For the shield ground of the M-NET centralized control line for central control, use single-point grounding at the power unit for the transmission line.

  • Page 5: Installation Method, Parts To Be Procured Locally

    Installation Method 6-1. Parts to be Procured Locally Prepare the following parts to install this device. Required Part Unit fixing screws M4 screw × 4 Power source: 24 VDC 0.2 A (Minimum loading), SELV circuit, power line with grounding terminal Ripple noise: Lower than 200 mVp-p Compatible specification Power supply for this...

  • Page 6: Installation Procedure

    6-2. Installation Procedure The PI controller PAC-YG60MCA does not have a waterproof structure. Be sure to install the PI controller inside a control panel that is located indoors. Prepare a control panel capable of storing this device such as the one shown in the figure. (Install the device in a control panel strong enough to withstand a weight of 0.6 kg [1...

  • Page 7: Wiring Method, Names Of Parts

    (3) Refer to "7 Wiring Method" and connect the wires for the power line, M-NET transmission line, and input/output signal lines. M-NET Pulse Input PI controller Junction terminal block Diagram Image (Installed within a Control Panel) Wiring Method Note: Connecting an Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to the 24 VDC power supply is recommended in order to prevent the loss of pulse data in the event of a power failure.

  • Page 8: Connecting The Power Line And M-net Transmission Line

    7-2. Connecting the Power Line and M-NET Transmission Line Tightening torque for terminal screws: 1 N·m Connect the device to a power supply unit (PAC-SC50KUA) for the transmission line or an outdoor unit (either a centralized control line or indoor control line can be connected). * Only the M-NET circuitry of this device receives the power from the M-NET transmission line.

  • Page 9: Connecting The Signal Lines, Pulse Input (non-voltage A Contact)

    7-3. Connecting the Signal Lines • Separately procure items such as terminal blocks and cables locally. • The maximum wire length is 100 m. However, since the use of long wires makes the device susceptible to noise, using wires shorter than 10 m is recommended. (1) Pulse input (non-voltage a contact) * To use these, various settings need to be configured.

  • Page 10: Initial Setting Procedure

    Initial Setting Procedure After completing the procedures described in "6 Installation Method" and "7 Wiring Method", set the initial settings in accordance with the procedure described below. (1) M-NET address settings SW06 In the case of address "41" (2) Use the dip switches to select functions. Select the function required for each input channel to be used.

  • Page 11: Switch List

    Switch List Supported Channel SW01 Channel 1 Use of input contact Channel 2 Use of input contact Channel 3 Use of input contact Channel 4 Use of input contact Unused Unused Unused Unused SW02 Pulse weight value setting: SC setting (*1): Channel 1 ×...

  • Page 12: Display Content, Display Content List, Communication Error Status Display

    Display Content The LEDs of this device indicate the pulse input status and error status of this device. 10-1.Display Content List Display Item Power supply status (1) Power supply to (2) Power supply to M-NET circuit Input status Channels (1) Input status 1 to 4 Communication error (1) 4-digit error code LED12/13/14/15...

  • Page 13: Test Run, Precautions For Expansion

    Test Run Use the following procedure to confirm operation of the system. (1) Configure the settings of this device and the system controllers while referring to "8 Initial Setting Procedure". (2) Perform an operation from a system controller and confirm whether a connected device can be operated normally. (1) Confirm that there is no incorrect wiring of the signal lines from the meters.

  • Page 16

    This product is designed and intended for use in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environment. This product at hand is • Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC based on the following • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive EU regulations: NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

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