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AIR CONDITIONER

OPERATING MANUAL

Duct type

Indoor Unit
ARTG45LDTA
ARTG54LDTA
ARTG60LDTA
KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
PART No. 9381067121
9381067121_OM_EN.indd 1
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  • Page 1: Air Conditioner

    AIR CONDITIONER OPERATING MANUAL Duct type Indoor Unit ARTG45LDTA ARTG54LDTA ARTG60LDTA KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE PART No. 9381067121 9381067121_OM_EN.indd 1 07-Aug-15 13:40:51...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    OPERATING MANUAL PART No. 9381067121 Air Conditioner (Duct type) CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION..............2 5-3-3. Contrast setting ............24 1-1. Safety precautions ............2 5-4. Filter sign setting ............24 1-2. Features and functions ........... 3 5-4-1. Filter sign reset setting ..........24 1-3.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    1. INTRODUCTION CAUTION • Provide occasional ventilation during use. 1-1. Safety precautions • Always operate this product with air filters installed. To prevent personal injury, or property damage, read this • Ensure that any electronic equipment is at least 1 section carefully before you use this product, and be sure to meter away from this product.
  • Page 4: Features And Functions

    1-2. Features and functions INVERTER At the start of operation, large amount of power is used to bring the room quickly to the desired temperature. After- wards, the unit automatically switches to a low power setting for economic and comfortable operation. ECONOMY OPERATION When Economy operation mode is operated, the room tem- perature will be little higher than the set-temp under Cooling...
  • Page 5: About "Monitor" Screen

    • When this button is pressed after setting (or before set- NOTES ting), it returns to the previous screen. • The clock can be changed to 24-hour clock, AM/PM (12-hour: 12:00–11:59 or 0:00–11:59) clock. (Refer to “5-2-4. Change display format setting”.) Back: Setting: • Room temperature indication is available only if the XXXXXX XXXXXX “Room temp.
  • Page 6: About Zone Control

    • If multiple timers have been set, up/down arrows If your air-conditioning system is zone-controlled, related set- displayed in the message balloon. To check the target ting screens are prepared, and the switchable setting screen timer function, press the [Cursor button (Up/Down)]. name is displayed in the “Monitor” screen as follows: Off timer: Remaining 1.0 hour Monitor...
  • Page 7: Zone (Group) Setting

    To cancel the air conditioning, set the cursor to the zone In “Monitor” screen, press the [Screen switch button marked with a check, and press the [Enter button] to remove (Right)] twice. the check mark. Unchecked zone is not air-conditioned. “Zone (group)”...
  • Page 8: On/Off Setting

    z 2-1-1. On/Off setting NOTES Press the [On/Off button]. • Possible temperature setting ranges in the operation mode The power indicator (green) lights, and the air are as follows: conditioner starts the operation. Cool, Dry, Auto ....18 to 30 °C (64 to 88 °F) When you press the button again, the opera- Heat ......... 16 to 30 °C (60 to 88 °F) tion is stopped, and the power indicator is • When operation mode is set to [Fan], the set temperature turned off.
  • Page 9: Setting Items In Menu

    2-2. Setting items in Menu Monitor Menu Submenu Mo 10:00 Mo 10:00 Mo 10:00 Function Date and time Mode Set temp. Timer Screen Filter sign R.C. sensor control ° C Room temp. display Cool High Back: Setting: Back: Setting: Menu Submenu Monitor Following items can be adjusted in Menu.
  • Page 10: Setting Items In Submenu

    2-3. Setting items in Submenu Monitor Menu Submenu Mo 10:00 Mo 10:00 Mo 10:00 Function Date and time Mode Set temp. Timer Screen Filter sign R.C. sensor control ° C Room temp. display Cool High Back: Setting: Back: Setting: Menu Submenu Monitor Submenu...
  • Page 11: Function Setting

    3. FUNCTION SETTING When you return to the “Monitor” screen, the icon is displayed. To check the function, press the [Enter button] and select the icon with the [Cursor button (Left/Right)]. 3-1. Switching to the “Function” screen Monitor Mo 10:00 In “Menu”...
  • Page 12: Set Temp. Range Limitation Setting

    For [Return time and temp. setting], select operation z 3-2-3. Set temp. range limitation setting mode with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the In “Function” screen, select [Set temp. range] with the [Enter button]. Adjust the value with the [Cursor button [Cursor button (Up/Down)].
  • Page 13: Timer Setting

    NOTES 4-2. Timer setting items • Possible temperature setting ranges in the operation mode z 4-2-1. On timer setting are as follows: In “Timer” screen, select [On timer] with the [Cursor Cool, Dry, Auto ....18 to 30 °C (64 to 88 °F) button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button]. Heat .........
  • Page 14: Off Timer Setting

    When you return to the “Monitor” screen, the icon is displayed. For [Time setting], adjust the time with the [Cursor button When the timer is enabled, the remaining time until the timer (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button] to complete the expires is displayed in the message balloon.
  • Page 15 To set up and activate the weekly timer, you need to NOTE configure following 2 items at least: • Weekly timer skips the checked day of the week only once. • Weekly timer select From the next week, it will perform the scheduled weekly • Weekly timer setting timer that is configured in [Weekly timer setting]. Weekly timer select: Weekly timer setting (without zone control): In [Weekly timer select] setting, you can select [Weekly 1], *If your air-conditioning system is zone-controlled, go to [Weekly 2], or [Disable].
  • Page 16 3. Press the [Enter button]. Then select [Weekly 1] or [Weekly 2] 5. Set the desired conditions on the timer, such as time set- with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter ting of On/Off timer, On/Off, operating mode (only for the button].
  • Page 17 (5) When you selected [On] (On timer), select the operating If you press the [Cancel button] before you finalize the set- mode with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)]. ting, following cancel confirmation screen is displayed. Weekly timer setting Mo 10:00 Su Mo Weekly 1 Setting change will be canceled. OK? 5:00 Heat ° C Time Cancel: Time 5-8 (6) When you selected [On] (On timer), adjust the value to Select [No] or [Yes] with the [Cursor button (Left/Right)], and the desired temperature with the [Cursor button (Up/...
  • Page 18 2. “Weekly timer setting” screen (Time 1) opens. (2) Setting screen for the current day of the week opens. Weekly timer setting Weekly timer setting Mo 10:00 Mo 10:00 Weekly Mo Tu Weekly Su Mo Tu Time Time Cancel: Setting: Back: Time 2 Time 8...
  • Page 19 (2) Select the pattern number with the [Cursor button (Up/ (6) When you selected [On] (On timer), adjust the value to Down)]. Then press the [Cursor button (Right)] to set the desired temperature with the [Cursor button (Up/ the time setting of On/Off timer, On/Off, operating mode, Down)].
  • Page 20 Select applicable zone name with the [Cursor button To complete the simultaneous setting of zone control, (Left/Right)], and press the [Cursor button (Up/Down)] press the [Enter button]. to mark a check. Weekly timer setting Mo 10:00 Check-marked: The zone is air-conditioned. Weekly Su Mo Blank: The zone is not air-conditioned.
  • Page 21: Auto-Off Timer Setting

    When you return to the “Monitor” screen, the icon is displayed. For [Stop in], adjust the timer with the [Cursor button (Up/ To check the function, press the [Enter button] and select the Down)]. To complete the setting, press the [Enter button]. icon with the [Cursor button (Left/Right)].
  • Page 22: Submenu Setting

    5. SUBMENU SETTING When you return to the “Monitor” screen, and current time is within the valid hour, the icon is displayed as follows. To check the function, press the [Enter button] and select the icon with the [Cursor button (Left/Right)]. 5-1.
  • Page 23: Time Setting

    “Date” screen is displayed. z 5-2-3. Summer time (Daylight saving time) setting NOTE Date Mo 10:00 • Set only for users in an area where summer time (daylight saving time) is applicable. Month Year 2012 In “Date and time” screen, select [Summer time (daylight Monday saving time)] with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button].
  • Page 24: Screen Setting

    “Change display format” screen is displayed. Select the z 5-3-1. Automatic off time setting setting items (Date format or Time format) with the [Cur- In “Screen” screen, select [Automatic off time] with the sor button (Left/Right)] and set with the [Cursor button [Cursor button (Left/Right)], and set with the [Cursor (Up/Down)].
  • Page 25: Contrast Setting

    z 5-3-3. Contrast setting z 5-4-1. Filter sign reset setting In “Screen” screen, select [Contrast] with the [Cursor If filter sign icon is displayed on the “Monitor” screen, button (Left/Right)], and set with the [Cursor button (Up/ clean the air filter on the relevant indoor unit first, and then Down)]. reset the filter sign as follows: Screen Mo 10:00 NOTE Automatic Brightness...
  • Page 26: Sensor Control Setting

    Select [On] or [Off] with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], When you set this setting to [On], the icon is displayed on the and press the [Enter button]. “Monitor” screen. To check the function, press the [Enter button] and select the Filter sign Mo 10:00 icon with the [Cursor button (Left/Right)].
  • Page 27: Key Lock Select Setting

    Select [Child lock] or [Part lock] with the [Cursor button 5-7. Key lock select setting (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button]. A locking function is provided to prevent careless operation by children or outsiders. Release the lock on the “Monitor” screen Submenu Mo 10:00 when operating.
  • Page 28: Temperature Unit Setting

    Select the desired language with the [Cursor button] and “Zone user setting” screen opens. press the [Enter button]. Zone user setting Mo 10:00 The screen returns to the “Initial” screen and displays the Day/Night setting selected language. Name setting Language Mo 10:00 English Deutsch...
  • Page 29: Name Setting

    Select zone to be registered in the group with the [Cursor Each time you press the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], button]. When you press the [Enter button], a check mark displayed sensor switches as follows. Non-connected sensor will be skipped. is displayed. Day setting Mo 10:00 Indoor unit...
  • Page 30 Selecting zone to be named: Selecting room-temperature sensor to be named: 1. In “Zone user setting” screen, select [Zone name setting] 1. In “Name setting (group)” screen, press the [Cursor button with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)]. When you press the (Right)].
  • Page 31: Demand Response And Indoor Unit Operation

    If they are not demand controlling the air conditioner, refer to your Screen returns to the “Name setting” screen, and regis- warranty card for the contact details of Fujitsu General (AUST.) tered name is displayed. PTY LIMITED or visit our website : www.fujitsugeneral.com.au En-30 9381067121_OM_EN.indd 30...
  • Page 32: Cleaning And Care

    7. CLEANING AND CARE 9. TROUBLESHOOTING Instructions relating to heating (*) are applicable only to CAUTION Heating and Cooling model (Reverse Cycle). • Before cleaning the unit, be sure to stop the op- WARNING eration and disconnect the power supply. • Do not pour water or cleaning solvent on the unit • In the event of a malfunction (burning smell, etc.), directly, or wash the unit with them.
  • Page 33 Water is produced from the outdoor unit Following functions cannot be set: • Economy * • During heating operation, water may be produced from the • Set temp. auto return outdoor unit due to the automatic defrosting operation. • Set temp. range limitation <<SEE PAGE 33>>...
  • Page 34: Troubleshooting In Zone-Controlled System

    9-2. Troubleshooting in zone-controlled system * 9-3. Operating tips Before requesting service, perform the following checks: Instructions relating to heating (*) are applicable only to Heating and Cooling model (Reverse Cycle). z Normal function z Heating performance* Volume of airflow changes • This air conditioner operates on the heat-pump principle, • Volume of the airflow is affected by configurations in the absorbing heat from outdoor air and transferring that zone setting.
  • Page 35 z Mode operation Heat* Auto (in cooling model) • Use to warm your room. • When Heating mode is selected, the air conditioner will • When Auto (automatic changeover) operation first operate at very low fan speed for about 3 to 5 minutes, selected, the fan will operate at very low speed for about after which it will switch to the selected fan setting.
  • Page 36: Temperature And Humidity Range

    z Notices • During use of the Heating mode, the outdoor unit will occasionally commence the defrost operation for brief periods. During the defrosting operation, if the user sets the indoor unit for heating again, the defrosting mode will continue, and the Heating operation will begin after completion of defrosting, with the result that some time may be required before warm air is emitted.

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