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Operation Manual
Centralized Control System
CZ-CWEBC2
Web Interface
Thank you for choosing the CZ-CWEBC2
Web Interface.
Before using the system, be sure to read this
manual carefully. In particular, be sure to read
the "Important Safety Instructions" .
After reading this manual, store it in a
convenient place.
Contents
1. Important Safety Instructions .......................... 3
2. Features of the System..................................... 7
3. System Confi guration ...................................... 8
4. Names and Functions of Parts ......................... 9
5. Preparations and Login .................................. 12
6. Status/Control ................................................. 14
7. Maintenance .................................................... 21
8. Initial Settings ................................................. 24
9. Auxiliary Settings ............................................ 35
10. Supplementary Information ......................... 45
11. Troubleshooting ............................................ 48
12. Care ................................................................ 50
13. Specifi cations ................................................ 51

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  • Page 1 Operation Manual Centralized Control System CZ-CWEBC2 Web Interface Thank you for choosing the CZ-CWEBC2 Web Interface. Before using the system, be sure to read this manual carefully. In particular, be sure to read the “Important Safety Instructions” . After reading this manual, store it in a convenient place.
  • Page 2 Centralized Control System CZ-CWEBC2 Web Interface Operation Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Important Safety Instructions ............... 3 2 Features of the System .................. 7 3 System Confi guration ..................8 4 Names and Functions of Parts ..............9 5 Preparations and Login ................12 5.1 Turning the Web Interface On ............... 12 5.2 Checking the PC ..................
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    1 Important Safety Instructions Before using the system, be sure to read these “Important Safety Instructions” . The precautions given in this manual consist of specifi c “ Warnings” and “ Cautions”. They provide important safety related information and are important for your safety, the safety of others, and trouble-free operation of the system.
  • Page 5 1 Important Safety Instructions Caution Do not install in damp locations Do not install under direct sunlight or locations subject to vibrations. or in places near heat sources. Damage to the system can result. Damage to the system can result. Do not install near sources of Avoid static electricity during noise.
  • Page 6 1 Important Safety Instructions Precautions for Use Warning Do not touch switches with wet hands. Protect the Web Interface Electric shock and damage to from water. the system can result. Damage to the system can result. Prohibited Prohibited Stop the system and turn the power off if you sense unusual smells or other irregularities.
  • Page 7 1 Important Safety Instructions Moving and Repair Precautions Warning Do not disassemble or repair. Contact your dealer before moving the system. Never disassemble or repair the system by yourself. Contact Contact your dealer or a your dealer for repair. Electric professional service provider shock or fi...
  • Page 8: Features Of The System

    2 Features of the System The Web Interface is a centralized air conditioning management system dedicated to PAC and GHP for small-sized buildings. Operations and status monitoring of air conditioners can be performed by a customer's PC after logging into the Web Interface. •...
  • Page 9: System Confi Guration

    3 System Confi guration System Configuration Example Web Interface Inter-unit Link system control wire (non-polar) LAN (10/100BASE-T) Maximum number of connections: Indoor units: 64 Intranet Outdoor units: 30 Link system (Inter-unit control wire) : 1 PC (Customer's)
  • Page 10: Names And Functions Of Parts

    4 Names and Functions of Parts • Exterior To open the cover, remove this screw. Connect a LAN cable.
  • Page 11 4 Names and Functions of Parts • Under the cover Earth terminal Inter-unit control wire terminals Connect a Power supply terminals Connect control wires shielded cable for for air conditioners. communications. Connect to a power source (100–240 V ~). Power switch For turning the Web Interface on or off Display and Operation Section...
  • Page 12 4 Names and Functions of Parts [Notes on Connecting a LAN cable] • Use a LAN cable of Category 5* or higher standards. • Be sure to attach the supplied ferrite core at one end of the LAN cable (Web Interface side). Use a cable tie to make sure the ferrite core stays in place.
  • Page 13: Preparations And Login

    5 Preparations and Login 5.1 Turning the Web Interface On After checking the connection with the air conditioners and making sure that all the air conditioners are ON, set the Power switch of the Web Interface to ON. 5.2 Checking the PC The following environment is required for a customer's PC to access the Web Interface for operations of air conditioners: (The system may not function properly in an environment other than that mentioned...
  • Page 14 5 Preparations and Login If the network works properly, the following login screen is displayed: Log in using the user ID and password that have been set for the Web Interface. The “Site name” that has been set for the Web Interface is displayed. Enter the “User ID”...
  • Page 15: Status/control

    6 Status/Control Main 6.1 Displaying general information by tenant When you log in the Web Interface, or when “1. Status/Control: 1. Each tenant” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. (The details of the displayed screen vary, depending on the type of account used for login.) In a case of group control, only the main units will be displayed.
  • Page 16 6 Status/Control Main Menu (The displayed menu varies, depending on the type of account used for login.) Select a screen by displaying the pulldown menu, as shown below. ★ Menu for the “Admin. ” (Administrator) user ★ Menu for a “Special” user ★...
  • Page 17 6 Status/Control Main Remote control window If any of the indoor units is selected, the remote control window shown below will be displayed for detailed setting modifi cations. Selected tenant and unit names A: Status/Control screen section The status and operations of the selected air conditioner are displayed. If a setting is changed, the background color of the changed item will turn green, and the “Send”...
  • Page 18 6 Status/Control Main C: Send button For sending all the changes made so far to the Web Interface. The settings of the air conditioner will not be changed until the data for the changes are sent using this button. D: Cancel button For cancelling all the changes made so far.
  • Page 19 6 Status/Control Main Display order change buttons For changing the display order of indoor units After selecting an indoor unit whose order you wish to change, click on the “ ” or “ ” button. Each time the “ ” button is clicked on, the order of the indoor unit will move one place upward in the tree or leftward in the icon display section.
  • Page 20: Displaying Detailed Information By Tenant

    6 Status/Control Main 6.2 Displaying detailed information by tenant When “1. Status/Control: 2. Each tenant details” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. (The details of the displayed screen vary, depending on the type of account used for login.) When any of the indoor units is clicked on, the remote controller screen will be displayed.
  • Page 21: All Units

    6 Status/Control Main 6.3 All Units When “1. Status/Control: 3. All units” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. (The details of the displayed screen vary, depending on the type of account used for login.) A maximum of 64 indoor units are displayed on a screen. In a case of group control, sub units, as well as main units, are displayed.
  • Page 22: Maintenance

    7 Maintenance Main 7.1 Alarm Log If you log in using the administrator or special user account, when “2. Maintenance: 1. Alarm log” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. When an indoor unit is selected in the tree, the latest 14 alarm logs will be displayed. If 15 or more alarms are issued, all but the latest 14 logs will be erased.
  • Page 23: Sent Mail Log

    7 Maintenance Main 7.2 Sent Mail Log If you log in using the administrator user account, when “2. Maintenance: 2. Sent mail log” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. The logs for pieces of e-mail that were delivered to the specifi ed addresses when an alarm was issued from air conditioners or when the air conditioners were restored are displayed.
  • Page 24 7 Maintenance Main Alarm code The code for the alarm that occurred. Stat “Occurrence” appears when a notifi cation of an alarm occurrence is sent, and “Restoration” appears when a notifi cation of an alarm restoration is sent. Address The address of the indoor unit for which the alarm occurred. The display format is “0-1- Outdoor unit system address - Indoor unit address”...
  • Page 25: Initial Settings

    8 Initial Settings Main 8.1 Date and Time Setting If you log in using the administrator user account, when “3. Initial settings: 1. Date” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. Setting of the current date and time can be made. Be sure to set the date and time before starting any operation, as this setting is required for program timer settings.
  • Page 26 8 Initial Settings Main Directly click on the day to be set. The selected day will be highlighted in light blue. To set the time, click on “▼” to open the pulldown menu shown below. Select the hour, minute, and second. When you click on “Send”...
  • Page 27: Unit/tenant

    8 Initial Settings Main 8.2 Unit/Tenant If you log in using the administrator user account, when “3. Initial settings: 2. Unit/Tenant” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. Setting of the central control addresses, unit names, and tenants can be made. The address for each indoor unit is displayed.
  • Page 28 8 Initial Settings Main The name of each indoor unit is displayed. To set or change the name of a unit, click on the cell you wish to set/change then enter a name, using up to 12 characters. An “=” (equal sign) or “,” (comma) cannot be used. The tenant No.
  • Page 29: Web Settings

    8 Initial Settings Main 8.3 WEB Settings If you log in using the administrator user account, when “3. Initial settings: 3. WEB settings” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. The Web-related settings, such as site name, e-mail settings, and network settings, can be made. Click on a box for an item you wish to set and directly enter values.
  • Page 30 8 Initial Settings Main Enter the IP addresses for the primary and secondary DNS servers, as required. Enter the IP addresses for the primary and secondary WINS servers, as required. Enter a device name (ID name) of the Web Interface. (This device name is used for identifying the Web Interface when a DNS server is used.) Up to 15 characters, “-”...
  • Page 31: User Settings

    8 Initial Settings Main 8.4 User Settings If you log in using the administrator user account, when “3. Initial settings: 4. User settings” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. Setting of the user ID, password, and authority types that are required for logging in the Web Interface can be made.
  • Page 32 8 Initial Settings Main Adding a New User If you click on the “Add” button, the following screen will be displayed: If a user is added, that user will be registered as the lowest user number to which no user is currently registered.
  • Page 33 8 Initial Settings Main For selecting all the tenants on the left list For cancelling the current selection of tenant(s) on both the left and right lists For selecting all the tenants on the right list For cancelling all the settings made and closing the screen For enabling and sending the set data to the Web Interface for registering the operable tenants Editing the data of existing users •...
  • Page 34 8 Initial Settings Main [The user ID already exists.] The input user ID has already been registered. [Password reentry is incorrect.] The password reentered in Step is not the same as that entered in Step [Administrator user ID has been changed.] If the administrator user ID is changed, the message shown below will be displayed.
  • Page 35 8 Initial Settings Main Comparison of authority for each user ○: Denotes that corresponding operations and displays are available. × : Denotes that neither the corresponding function nor its screen display is available. All other functions and displays that are not shown in the table below are available for all users.
  • Page 36: Auxiliary Settings

    9 Auxiliary Settings Main 9.1 Program Timer If you log in using the administrator user account, when “4. Auxiliary settings: 1.Program timer” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. Settings for the daily timers and weekly timers can be made. (For a special or general user, only checking of the timer settings is possible.) When a daily timer No.
  • Page 37 9 Auxiliary Settings Main For a weekly timer, select a daily timer from the pulldown menu in the same way as with a daily timer. Select a desired daily timer number (D1–D50, holiday, or special day 1–5) for each day of the week. A maximum of 50 weekly timers can be set.
  • Page 38: Tenant Holiday/timer Special Day

    9 Auxiliary Settings Main 9.2 Tenant holiday/Timer special day If you log in using the administrator user account, when “4. Auxiliary settings: 2.Ten.Ho/ TimerSp.Day” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. The timer settings for the tenant holiday and special days can be made. When a month for your desired tenant No.
  • Page 39 9 Auxiliary Settings Main The tenant holiday and timer special days settings must be performed for individual tenants. If you attempt to move to Tenant 002 setting while you are setting Tenant 001, for example, the error message “Send for each tenant. ” will be displayed, as shown below. If this message is displayed, click on the “Send”...
  • Page 40: Prohibiting Remote Control Use

    9 Auxiliary Settings Main 9.3 Prohibiting remote control use If you log in using the administrator user account, when “4. Auxiliary settings: 3.Prohibit R/C” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. Setting of the items for which operations with the remote controller for an air conditioner are prohibited can be made.
  • Page 41 9 Auxiliary Settings Main Setting all the setting items to ○ (allowed) is not possible, because this has the same meaning that remote controller operations are permitted. The following error message will be displayed.
  • Page 42: Other Settings

    9 Auxiliary Settings Main 9.4 Other settings If you log in using the administrator user account, when “4. Auxiliary settings: 4.Other settings” is selected from the menu, the screen shown below is displayed. (1) Confi guration check If you click on “Chk confi g.”, a system confi guration check can be performed. Perform a confi...
  • Page 43 9 Auxiliary Settings Main The following message will be displayed while checking the system confi guration. While this message is displayed, no Web operation is possible. Wait until the check is completed. If the checking result shows that the system confi guration has not been changed, the following message will be displayed.
  • Page 44 9 Auxiliary Settings Main [Notes on system confi guration check] • Never perform a system confi guration check unless you have actually changed the system confi guration. System confi guration changes include addition, moving, and removal of units, and address change. •...
  • Page 45 9 Auxiliary Settings Main (4) To close the dialog box displayed in the process of a system confi guration check, current system confi guration registration, or initialization, click on “×” on the upper right corner. As the process continues after the dialog box is closed, if you attempt to perform other operation, the same message will be displayed again.
  • Page 46: Supplementary Information

    10 Supplementary Information ■ Note on powering the system down Always use the following procedure to power the Web Interface off: Click on Power off on the “Other settings” screen. ⇩ When “Exit this program ?” is displayed, click on OK , ⇩...
  • Page 47 10 Supplementary Information ■ About interface adaptors (optional) You can use interface adaptors to connect equipment that can be turned on and off (fans, room air conditioners, and so on) to the Web Interface. However, note that the following limitations apply. For details, refer to the documentation of the equipment or contact your dealer or service provider.
  • Page 48 10 Supplementary Information ★ IMPORTANT ★ • Microsoft and Windows CE are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Other products names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders, or copyrights of their respective holders. •...
  • Page 49: Troubleshooting

    11 Troubleshooting Before requesting service, check the following items. Do not attempt to service the Web Interface by yourself. Doing so can be dangerous. Symptom Cause The Web Interface cannot detect a single • Click on the “Chk confi g. ” button in the “Other indoor unit.
  • Page 50 11 Troubleshooting • When the Internet is used for connection of the Web Interface to the PC, take security measures, such as installing an optional fi rewall. • The warning messages to be displayed during Web operations, their causes, and corrective measures are shown in the table below.
  • Page 51: Care

    12 Care ■ Unplug the power cord before cleaning the Web Interface. The system has high-voltage connectors and other dangerous components. Always power the system down and unplug the power cord before cleaning it. ■ Use a neutral solvent. To clean the main unit, use a soft cloth slightly moistened with lukewarm water or a neutral solvent.
  • Page 52: Specifi Cations

    13 Specifi cations Model name CZ-CWEBC2 External dimensions (H)248 × (W)185 × (D)80 mm Method of installation Inside the control panel Maximum number of 64 air conditioners (indoor units) connectable units Timer precision ± Approx. 2 minutes/month (normal temperature: 25℃)
  • Page 53 Authorized representative in EU Panasonic Testing Centre Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany...

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