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Panasonic WH-UD09HE5-1 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions

Air-to-Water Hydromodule + Tank
Model No.
Indoor Unit
WH-ADC0309H3E5UK
Outdoor Unit
WH-UD03HE5-1
WH-UD05HE5-1
WH-UD07HE5-1
WH-UD09HE5-1
Manufactured by:
Panasonic Appliances Air-Conditioning Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 2, Persiaran Tengku Ampuan, Section 21,
Shah Alam Industrial Site, 40300 Shah Alam,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Operating Instructions
Air-to-Water Hydromodule + Tank
Thank you for purchasing Panasonic
product.
Before operating the system, please read these
operating instructions thoroughly and keep them
for future reference.
Installation Instructions attached.
Serial number and production year please refer to
name plate.
ACXF55-03410

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Installation Instructions attached. Serial number and production year please refer to name plate. Manufactured by: Panasonic Appliances Air-Conditioning Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. Lot 2, Persiaran Tengku Ampuan, Section 21, Shah Alam Industrial Site, 40300 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. ACXF55-03410...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safety precautions ............4-6 For installer Remote Controller buttons and display ......7-9 5 Installer setup > System setup ......14-18 5.1 Optional PCB connectivity Initialization ...............9 5.2 Zone & Sensor Quick Menu ..............10 5.3 Heater capacity Menus ................10-23 5.4 Anti freezing 5.5 Buffer tank connection 5.6 Base pan heater For user...
  • Page 3 Before use, make sure the system has been installed correctly by an authorised dealer according to the given instructions. • Panasonic Air-to-Water is a split system, consisting of two units: indoor and outdoor units. The indoor unit consist of the hydromodule and 200L sanitary water tank.
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions To prevent personal injury, injury to WARNING others or property damage, please comply with the following: Incorrect operation due to failure to Indoor unit and outdoor follow instructions below may cause unit harm or damage, the seriousness of This appliance may be used by which is classifi...
  • Page 5 Do not install the unit in If the supply cord is damaged, a potentially explosive or it must be replaced by the fl ammable atmosphere. Failure manufacturer, service agent or to do so could result in fi re. similarly qualifi ed persons in order to avoid a hazard.
  • Page 6 Safety precautions Prevent water leakage by This equipment must be earthed ensuring that the drainage pipe to prevent electrical shock or fi re. is connected properly. Prevent electric shock by After a long period of use, make disconnecting the power supply sure the installation rack is not - Before cleaning or servicing.
  • Page 7: Remote Controller Buttons And Display

    Remote Controller buttons and display Buttons / Indicator Quick Menu button (For more details, refer to the separate Quick Menu Guide.) Back button Returns to the previous screen LCD Display Main Menu button For function setup ON/OFF button Starts/Stops operation Operation indicator Illuminates during operation, blinks during alarm.
  • Page 8 Remote Controller buttons and display Display Mode selection AUTO • Depending on the preset outdoor COOL • The fan coil unit is either turned temperature, the system selects ON or OFF. HEAT or * COOL operation mode. • The outdoor unit provides cooling to the system.
  • Page 9: Initialization

    Temperature of each zone Time and day Water Tank temperature Outdoor temperature Sensor type/Set temperature type icons Water Temperature Water Temperature Pool only →Compensation curve →Direct Room Thermostat Room Thermostat →External →Internal Initialization Before starting to install the various menu settings, please initiate the Remote Controller by selecting the language of operation and installing the date and time correctly.
  • Page 10: Quick Menu

    Quick Menu After the initial settings have been completed, you can select a quick menu from the following options and edit the setting. 1 Press to display the quick menu. Force DHW Powerful Quiet Force Heater Weekly Timer Force Defrost Error Reset R/C Lock 2 Use...
  • Page 11: Holiday Timer

    Menus For user Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Holiday timer To save energy, a holiday period may be set to either turn OFF the system or lower the temperature during the period. Holiday start and end. Date and time OFF or lowered temperature •...
  • Page 12: System Check

    Menus For user Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display 2 System check Energy monitor Present Present or historical chart of Select and retrieve energy consumption, generation or COP. Historical chart Select and retrieve • COP= Coeffi cient of Performance. •...
  • Page 13: Backlight

    Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Backlight Sets the duration of screen backlight. 1 min Backlight intensity Sets screen backlight brightness. Clock format Sets the type of clock display. Date & Time Sets the present date and time. Year / Month / Day / Hour / Min Language Sets the display language for ENGLISH / FRANÇAIS /...
  • Page 14: For Installer

    Menus For installer Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display 5 Installer setup System setup Optional PCB connectivity To connect to the external PCB required for servicing. • If the external PCB is connected (optional), the system will have following additional functions: Buffer tank connection and control over its function and temperature.
  • Page 15: Base Pan Heater

    Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Base pan heater To select whether or not optional base pan heater is connected. * Type A - The base pan heater activates only during deice operation. Set base pan heater * Type B - The base pan heater type*.
  • Page 16: External Sw

    Menus For installer Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Control pattern Advanced parallel Heat Yes • Buffer Tank is activated only after selecting “Yes”. Set the temperature -8 °C threshold to start the bivalent heat source. Delay timer to start the bivalent heat 0:30 source...
  • Page 17: Solar Connection

    Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Solar connection 5.10 • The optional PCB connectivity must be selected YES to enable the function. • If the optional PCB connectivity is not selected, the function will not appear on Buffer tank Selection of the tank the display.
  • Page 18: Sg Ready

    Menus For installer Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display SG ready 5.13 Capacity (1) & (2) of 120 % Buffer Tank and DHW Tank (in %) External compressor SW 5.14 Circulation liquid 5.15 To select whether to circulate water or glycol in the system. Water Heat-Cool SW 5.16...
  • Page 19 Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Water temp. for heating ON Compensation curve Input the 4 temperature points X axis: -5 °C, 15 °C (2 on horizontal X Y axis: 55 °C, 35 °C axis, 2 on vertical Y axis).
  • Page 20: Cool

    Menus For installer Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Cool To set various water & ambient Water temperatures for cooling ON temperatures for cooling. and T for cooling ON. Water temp. for cooling ON Cooling ON temperatures in Compensation curve compensation curve or direct input.
  • Page 21: Auto

    Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Auto Automatic switch from Heat to Outdoor temperatures for switching from Heat Cool or Cool to Heat. to Cool or Cool to Heat. Outdoor temp. for (Heat to Cool) / Outdoor temp. for (Cool to Heat) Outdoor temp.
  • Page 22: Installer Setup Service Setup

    Menus For installer Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Sterilization Sterilization may be set for 1 or more days of the Monday week. Sun / Mon / Tue / Wed / Thu / Fri / Sat Sterilization: Time Time of the selected day(s) of the week to sterilize the tank 12:00...
  • Page 23: Dry Concrete

    Menu Default Setting Setting Options / Display Dry concrete Edit to set the temperature of dry concrete. To dry the concrete (fl oor, walls, etc.) during construction. ON / Edit Do not use this menu for any other purposes and in period other than during Edit construction...
  • Page 24: Cleaning Instructions

    Cleaning instructions To ensure optimal performance of the system, cleaning has to be carried out at regular intervals. Consult an authorised dealer. • Disconnect the power supply before cleaning. • Do not use benzine, thinner or scouring powder. • Use only soap ( pH7) or neutral household detergent.
  • Page 25: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting The following symptoms do not indicate malfunction. Symptom Cause Water fl owing sound during operation. • Refrigerant fl ow inside the unit. Operation is delayed a few minutes • The delay is a protection for the compressor. after restarting. Outdoor unit emits water/steam.
  • Page 26 Troubleshooting Below is a list of error codes that may appear on the display when there is some trouble with the system setting or operation. When the display shows an error code as indicated below, contact the number registered in the Remote Controller or a nearest authorised installer.
  • Page 27: Information

    • Do not use other remote control, communication and operation device not specifi ed by an authorised dealer or specialist. • Use under the agreement of “Terms of Service” and “Handling of Personal Information” of Panasonic Smart Application. • For extended non-use of Panasonic Smart Application, disconnect the wireless adaptor from the device.
  • Page 28 +44 (0) 134 485 3393 UK/Ireland +353 (0) 872 696 043 Panasonic Corporation Authorised representative in EU Panasonic Testing Centre Web site: http://www.panasonic.com Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany © Panasonic Corporation 2016 ACXF55-03410 Printed in Malaysia SS0416-0...

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