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AIR CONDITIONER
DUCT TYPE
Indoor Unit
ARTG30LHTA
ARTG36LHTA
ARTG45LHTA
ARTG60LHTA
ARTG36LHTB
ARTG45LHTB
ARTG54LHTB
ARTG60LHTB
ARTG54LHTC
ARTC72LATU
ARTC90LATU
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FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED

OPERATING MANUAL

PART No. 9374379866

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  • Page 1: Operating Manual

    OPERATING MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER DUCT TYPE Indoor Unit ARTG30LHTA ARTG36LHTA ARTG45LHTA ARTG60LHTA ARTG36LHTB ARTG45LHTB ARTG54LHTB ARTG60LHTB ARTG54LHTC ARTC72LATU ARTC90LATU KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED PART No. 9374379866...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    OPERATING MANUAL PART No. 9374379866 AIR CONDITIONER (DUCT TYPE) Contents 5-3. Screen setting ............25 1. INTRODUCTION ............2 5-3-1. Automatic off time setting ........25 1-1. Safety precautions ........... 2 5-3-2. Brightness setting ..........25 1-2. Features and functions ..........3 5-3-3.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    After long period of use, check whether the installation 1. INTRODUCTION stand or structure does not deteriorate to prevent the unit from falling down. 1-1. Safety precautions When restarting after a long period of disuse in the winter, turn the power source on at least 12 hours before starting •...
  • Page 4: Features And Functions

    1-2. Features and functions 1-3. Remote controller overview CAUTION INVERTER Press the button lightly with a finger. It may cause a failure At the start of operation, large amount of power is used to if pressed with excessive force. bring the room quickly to the desired temperature. Afterwards, the unit automatically switches to a low power setting for eco- Do not press the screen too hard.
  • Page 5: About "Monitor" Screen

    (4) Cancel button 1-4. About “Monitor” screen Cancels the current selection and returns to previous screen. “Monitor” screen shows several statuses such as the operat- ing status of the air conditioner, function setting, or other cur- Operable control at the setting is displayed in the lower rent operating conditions.
  • Page 6: About Zone Control

    About “Icon check” function: 1-5. About zone control * In “Monitor” screen, you can check the name of the icon that indicates function currently set. “Zone control” enables an efficient air-conditioning by select- NOTE: This function is only available when at least 1 icon ing only specific zone from some divided zones in the indoor is displayed on the icon display.
  • Page 7: Zone (Single) Setting

    Select room-temperature sensor as follows: 1-5-1. Zone (single) setting Set the cursor to [Sensor] with the [Cursor button], and Enables application or non-application of the air conditioning press the [Enter button]. for each zone, and selection of the room-temperature sensor. Zone ( single ) Mo 10:00 In “Monitor”...
  • Page 8: Zone (Group) Setting

    1-5-2. Zone (group) setting 2. BASIC OPERATIONS Enables the simultaneous setting of zone(s) and room- 2-1. Starting the operation temperature sensor registered into two groups that you might have different lifestyle; “Day” and “Night”. This setting also allows simultaneous setting to all of the con- PREPARATION: nected zones, as “All”.
  • Page 9: Operation Mode Setting

    2-1-2. Operation mode setting 2-1-4. Fan speed setting In “Monitor” screen, select [Mode], and switch to the desired In “Monitor” screen, select [Fan] with the [Cursor button operation mode with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)]. (Left/Right)], and adjust the fan speed with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)].
  • Page 10: 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 11: 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 12: Function Setting

    Select [On] or [Off] by pressing the [Cursor button 3. FUNCTION SETTING (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button] to complete the setting. 3-1. Switching to the “Function” screen Function Mo 10:00 In “Menu” screen, select [Function] with the [Cursor Air flow direction button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button].
  • Page 13: Set Temp. Range Limitation Setting

    For [Enable/Disable setting], select [Enable] or [Disable] When you return to the “Monitor” screen, the icon is displayed. To check the function, press the [Enter button] and select the with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter icon with the [Cursor button (Left/Right)]. button] to complete the setting.
  • Page 14: Timer Setting

    For [Temp. setting], select mode with the [Cursor but- 4. TIMER SETTING ton (Up/Down)] and press the [Enter button]. Adjust [Lower] and [Upper] value with the [Cursor but- 4-1. Switching to the “Timer” screen ton (Up/Down)]. With the [Cursor button (Left/Right)], the cursor can be In “Menu”...
  • Page 15: Off Timer Setting

    For [Enable/Disable setting], select [Enable] or [Disable] “Off timer” screen is displayed. with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter Off timer Mo 10:00 button] to complete the setting. Enable/Disable setting Disable On timer Mo 10:00 Time setting 1.0 hour later Enable/Disable setting Enable Time setting...
  • Page 16: Weekly Timer Setting

    Day off setting: 4-2-3. Weekly timer setting In [Day off] setting, select the inapplicable days of the week if there are any days that you want to skip the weekly timer op- In “Timer” screen, select [Weekly timer] with the [Cursor eration.
  • Page 17 2. “Weekly timer setting” screen (Time 1-4) opens. (2) Setting screen for the current day of the week opens. Weekly timer setting Mo 10:00 Weekly timer setting Mo 10:00 Su Mo Tu Fr Sa Weekly 1 Weekly 1 Su Mo Tu Fr Sa Time Time...
  • Page 18 (2) Move the cursor between each pattern number with the (6) When you selected [On] (On timer), adjust the value to [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the [Cursor button the desired temperature with the [Cursor button (Up/ (Left/Right)] to set the time setting of On/Off timer, On/ Down)].
  • Page 19 Note Note When the “Weekly timer setting” screen is displayed again “Weekly timer setting” screen consists maximum of 8 after finalizing the setting, the set patterns you have regis- pages, from “Time 1” to “Time 8”. You can set one pat- tered will be sorted in time order. (Sorting function) tern per page, and maximum of 8 pattern per a day.
  • Page 20 (3) Select applicable day of the week with the [Cursor (3) Adjust time setting of On/Off timer with the [Cursor but- button (Left/Right)], and press the [Cursor button (Up/ ton (Up/Down)]. Down)]. Selected day of the week is highlighted. Weekly timer setting Mo 10:00 Weekly timer setting Mo 10:00...
  • Page 21 Notes Notes • • Possible temperature setting ranges in the operation When you set “On timer”, you need to set all of mode are as follows: operating mode, temperature, room-temperature sensor, and applicable zone(s). Cool, Dry, Auto ....18 to 30 °C (64 to 88 °F) Without these configurations, the timer will not work. Heat ....... 16 to 30 °C (60 to 88 °F) •...
  • Page 22: Auto-Off Timer Setting

    6. T o finalize the setting you have set in step 5, select [End] 4-2-4. Auto-off timer setting with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button]. In “Timer” screen, select [Auto-off timer] with the [Cursor Example: Weekly timer setting screen for Zone (single) button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button]. Weekly timer setting Mo 10:00 Timer...
  • Page 23 For [Valid hour], applicable time slot for the Auto-off Displayed icon color and the message differs by the condition as follows: timer can be set. Set the time with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and • Current time is within the valid hour, and the operation has press the [Enter button].
  • Page 24: Submenu Setting

    “Date” screen is displayed. 5. SUBMENU SETTING Date Mo 10:00 5-1. Switching to the “Submenu” screen Month Year When [Menu button] is pressed twice while “Monitor” screen 2012 is displayed, it switches to the “Submenu” screen. (If [Menu button] is pressed while the “Submenu” screen is displayed, Monday the display returns to the “Monitor”...
  • Page 25: Summer Time (Daylight Saving Time) Setting

    5-2-3. Summer time (Daylight saving time) 5-2-4. Change display format setting setting In “Date and time” screen, select [Change display for- mat] with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the Note [Enter button]. Set only for users in an area where summer time (daylight Date and time Mo 10:00 saving time) is applicable.
  • Page 26: Screen Setting

    5-3-2. Brightness setting 5-3. Screen setting In “Submenu” screen, select [Screen] with the [Cursor button In “Screen” screen, select [Brightness] with the [Cursor (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button]. button (Left/Right)], and set with the [Cursor button (Up/ Down)]. Submenu Mo 10:00 Screen Mo 10:00...
  • Page 27: Filter Sign Reset Setting

    In “Submenu” screen, select [Filter sign] with the [Cursor but- 5-4-2. Display setting ton (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button]. You can select [On] (display) or [Off] (non-display) for the filter Submenu Mo 10:00 sign icon indication. Date and time Note Screen Filter sign When you set this setting to [Off], the filter sign icon will not be displayed regardless of the necessity of filter R.C.
  • Page 28: Sensor Control Setting

    5-5. R.C. sensor control setting 5-6. Room temp. display setting Note In “Submenu” screen, select [Room temp. display] with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter This function can be used only if the setting is activated button]. in the installation. To activate this function, consult au- thorized service personnel.
  • Page 29: Initial Setting

    Following key lock functions are available: 5-8. Initial setting •Child lock: Restricts all the button operation •Part lock: Restricts the [Menu button] operation In “Submenu” screen, select [Initial] with the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button]. When [Child lock] is set Submenu Mo 10:00 Monitor Mo 10:00 Key lock select Child lock Initial Mode Set temp.
  • Page 30: Temperature Unit Setting

    5-8-2. Temperature unit setting 5-9-1. Day/Night setting In “Initial” screen, select [Temp. unit] with the [Cursor You can register zone(s) and room-temperature sensor to button (Up/Down)], and press the [Enter button]. each group of “Day” and “Night”. Initial Mo 10:00 In “Zone user setting”...
  • Page 31: Name Setting

    Each time you press the [Cursor button (Up/Down)], Select zone to be registered in the group with the [Cur- displayed sensor switches as follows. sor button]. When you press the [Enter button], a check Non-connected sensor will be skipped. mark is displayed. Day setting Mo 10:00 Indoor unit...
  • Page 32 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 33: Cleaning And Care

    Lower case: 6. CLEANING AND CARE You can select and enter desired lower case. In “Lower case” screen, set the cursor to the target letter with CAUTION the [Cursor button], and press the [Enter button]. Selected letter is displayed in the text field. Before cleaning the unit, be sure to stop the operation and disconnect the power supply.
  • Page 34: Troubleshooting

    8. TROUBLESHOOTING WARNING In the event of a malfunction (burning smell, etc.), immediately stop operation, turn off the electrical breaker and consult authorized service personnel. Merely turning off the unit’s power switch will not completely disconnect the unit from the power source. Always be sure to turn off the electrical breaker to ensure that power is completely off.
  • Page 35 Symptom Items to check Page Does not operate at all: • Has the circuit breaker been turned off? CHECK • Has there been a power failure? ─ ONCE MORE • Has a fuse blown out, or a circuit breaker been tripped? Is the timer operating? ─ Is key lock enabled? • Is the air filter dusty? Poor cooling (or Heating) performance: • Are the air conditioner’s intake grille or outlet port blocked? • Did you adjust the room temperature settings (thermostat) correctly? • Is there a window or door open? ─ • In the case of cooling operation, is a window allowing bright sunlight to enter? (Close the curtains.) • In the case of cooling operation, are there heating apparatus and computers inside the room, or are there too many people in the room?
  • Page 36: Troubleshooting In Zone-Controlled System

    8-2. Troubleshooting in zone-controlled system * Before requesting service, perform the following checks: Symptom Items to check Page No airflow comes out even CHECK ONCE Has a check been marked on the applicable zone properly in [Zone if the air conditioner is on: (single) setting] or in [Zone (group) setting]? MORE If there is no airflow even if a check is marked on the applicable 6, 7 zone in these settings, there might be a malfunction of the installed damper.
  • Page 37: Operating Tips

    8-3. Operating tips Instructions relating to heating (*) are applicable only to “HEAT & COOL MODEL” (Reverse Cycle). Heating Performance* Microcomputer-controlled Automatic Defrosting* l This air conditioner operates on the heat-pump principle, absorbing heat from outdoor air and transferring that l When using the heating mode under conditions of low out- heat indoors.
  • Page 38 Mode operation AUTO (in COOLING model): When AUTO (automatic changeover) operation first selected, the fan will operate at very low speed for about a few minutes, during which time the indoor unit detects the room conditions and selects the proper mode. Cooling mode or Dry mode Room temperature is higher than the defined temperature in Defined temperature setting → Cooling mode or dry mode temperature in temperature Monitor operation setting Room temperature is close to or lower than the defined temperature in temperature setting → Monitor operation When the indoor unit has adjusted your room’s temperature to near the temperature setting, it will begin monitor operation.
  • Page 39: Temperature And Humidity Range

    AUTO Restart In Event of Power Interruption If the power supply to the air conditioner is interrupted by a Use of other electrical appliances (electric shaver, etc.) or power failure, the air conditioner will restart automatically in nearby use of a wireless radio transmitter may cause the the previously selected mode once the power is restored.