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Mitsubishi Electric Air-conditioner Network System
Centralized Controller
Model: AG-150A
Before using the controller, please read this Instruction Book carefully to ensure proper operation.
Keep this manual for future reference.
CENTRALIZED CONTROLLER AG-150A
Instruction Book
1. Safety precautions ............................................................... 1
2. Product features................................................................... 2
4. User operation ................................................................... 12
4-1
Operation condition monitor...................................... 13
4-2
from the local remote controllers............................... 15
4-3
Setting Schedules ..................................................... 19
4-4
4-5
Filter Sign.................................................................. 29
4-6
Checking the Malfunction Log................................... 30
5. Initial Settings..................................................................... 31
5-1
Bringing up the settings screen................................. 31
5-2
Setting the Current Date and Time ........................... 31
5-3
Register the license .................................................. 32
5-4
Setting the Basic Information .................................... 32
5-5
Network Setting......................................................... 34
5-6
Group Setting............................................................ 36
5-7
Interlocked Setting .................................................... 39
5-8
Block Setting ............................................................. 40
5-9
Floor Layout Setting.................................................. 41
5-10 Checking the refrigerant systems ............................. 43
6. User Setting ....................................................................... 44
6-1
Setting the Maintenance User................................... 44
6-2
Setting the Building Manager.................................... 44
7. Maintenance screen........................................................... 46
7-1
Copying the data to a USB drive............................... 46
7-2
Adjusting the touch panel.......................................... 47
8. Cleaning the touch panel ................................................... 48
9. External input/output function ............................................ 49
9-1
External input function .............................................. 49
9-2
External output function ............................................ 50
9-3
LAN connection function ........................................... 50
10. Specifications..................................................................... 50

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Mitsubishi Electric Air-conditioner Network System Centralized Controller Model: AG-150A Instruction Book 1. Safety precautions ............... 1 2. Product features..............2 3. Component names and display screen names....5 4. User operation ..............12 Operation condition monitor........13 Prohibiting the operation of air conditioning units from the local remote controllers.......

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    To avoid the risk of fire or explosion, do not place Use a security device such as a VPN router when flammable sprays near the controller or spray them directly connecting the AG-150A to the Internet to prevent on the controller. unauthorized access.

  • Page 4: Product Features

    2. Product features The controller described in this manual is a centralized controller that can be operated over the Web. Air conditioning units connected to this controller can be operated or monitored directly from this controller or over the Web, using a browser software on the computer. Refer to the Web browser operation manual (separate volume) for how to use the Web functions.

  • Page 5

    Function Description The ON/OFF indicator lamp indicates if one or more groups or all the groups in the ON/OFF (system) system are stopped. Operation status (ON/OFF), operation mode, fan speed, temperature setting, air Operation status of each group flow direction, operation status (ON/OFF) of interlocked units, timer enable/disable in the system status of each group is displayed.

  • Page 6

    AG-150A Unit Unit Unit Unit When AG-150A controls another system controller or when When AG-150A is controlled by another system controller: the system contains only AG-150A: (Example: MJ-300Gateway) AG-150A is set as the main system controller. AG-150A is set as the sub system controller.

  • Page 7: Component Names And Display Screen Names

    Lit ..Power is turned on. ON/OFF indicator lamp (system) Displays the operation status of indoor units CENTRALIZED CONTROLLER AG-150A Unlit ..All groups of units are stopped. Lit ..One or more groups Display/Touch panel of units are ON.

  • Page 8

    <Schedule Settings> • Setting the schedule without a license registration Schedule setting screen (floor layout) Weekly Weekly schedule screen Schedule setting screen (block display) Weekly Schedule setting screen (air conditioning units) Login – 6 –...

  • Page 9

    <Schedule Settings> • Setting the schedule with a license registration Schedule setting screen (block display) Season setting screen Weekly 1, Weekly 2 Schedule setting screen (floor layout) Weekly schedule screen Weekly 1, Weekly 2 Schedule setting screen (block display) Annual schedule screen Current day/annual Annual schedule pattern setting screen Schedule setting screen (floor layout)

  • Page 10

    <Status List> Malfunction Login Filter sign <Log> Unit error Login Communication error – 8 –...

  • Page 11

    Login <Initial Settings> License Date and time System View Unit Info. Floor Layout Blocks Network Groups Interlock The above nine initial setting screens can be accessed from the sub menu. <User Info> Maintenance User Building Manager – 9 –...

  • Page 12

    <Maintenance> Data Utility Touch Panel Calibration Calibration <Displays> • Initial startup Display that appears at initial startup Date and time Touch Touch [Save Setting] [User Info] Initial Settings User Info Touch [Initial Settings] Touch [ Monitor/Operation – 10 –...

  • Page 13

    • Screen that normally appears Main operation screen Schedule Monitor/Operation Status List Touch Touch [ Touch [ Touch [ Touch 1,2,3,4 [Cancel] Touch Login Touch panel cleaning screen Touch [Login] Touch Touch [User Info] [Maintenance] Initial Settings User Info Maintenance Touch Touch [Initial Settings]...

  • Page 14: User Operation

    4. User operation Used the following two screens when user operation is performed. • Floor layout/block display screens ....Displays the operation status (ON/OFF) and error status of the air conditioning units This is the screen that is normally used. • Air conditioning unit operation setting screen..Collective or individual group operation of indoor units are performed on this screen (ON/OFF, operation mode, air flow direction, fan speed, temperature setting, timer enable/disable, prohibition/permission of operation from local remote controller, filter reset, room temperature display).

  • Page 15: Operation Condition Monitor

    4-1 Operation condition monitor • This function displays the ON/OFF/Malfunction status of specific units or group. Floor-switching button Group icon Operation button Zoom-out button (1) Operation method • Note that operation methods are different for group operation and block operation. <Group display (icon)>...

  • Page 16

    <Block display> The operation (ON/OFF) and error status of the air conditioning units can be checked with the icons on the screen. * If there is a device that cannot be identified, will appear over the icon of the device. •...

  • Page 17: Prohibiting The Operation Of Air Conditioning Units From The Local Remote Controllers

    4-2 Prohibiting the operation of air conditioning units from the local remote controllers (1) Air conditioning unit group ON/OFF switch Operation mode switch Operation status of interlocked unit Fan speed of interlocked unit Temperature Fan Speed Air Direction Remote operation Filter sign reset Cancel prohibit switch...

  • Page 18

    Function Operation method Display Fan speed Use the Up/Down arrows below “Fan 4-speed model: Speed” to set the fan (Low) (Mid 2) (Mid 1) (High) speed. (Auto) (“Auto” is not available on some models. Some models of units have only two or three fan speeds.) Remote Prohibit Press the button that...

  • Page 19

    (2) Ventilation equipment (LOSSNAY) group ON/OFF switch Operation mode switch Fan Speed Remote operation Filter sign reset Cancel prohibit switch Function Operation method Display ON/OFF Select the operation An orange frame will appear around the selected button. status (ON or OFF). MODE Select the desired An orange frame will appear around the selected mode.

  • Page 20

    (3) Hot water supply equipment group ON/OFF switch Operation mode switch Temperature Remote operation Circulating water Cancel prohibit switch replacement sign reset Function Operation method Display ON/OFF Select the operation An orange frame will appear around the selected button. status (ON or OFF). MODE Select the desired An orange frame will appear around the selected mode.

  • Page 21: Setting Schedules

    4-3 Setting Schedules 4-3-1 Setting the schedule without a registered license If a license has not been acquired, only the weekly schedule functions available. • Setting the Weekly Schedule Touch the menu item [Schedule Settings] and click [Weekly] in the sub menu to display the Weekly Schedule setting screen. To set a weekly schedule, you first must select what will be the target of this schedule and then set the schedule details from Sunday right through to Saturday.

  • Page 22

    (1-3) Block To make the settings for a block or blocks, select the block selection button on the block display screen under the weekly schedule setting screen by touching it. An orange frame will appear around the icons that correspond to the selected blocks. Block selection button (1-4) All groups To make the settings for all groups, touch the Select-all-units button...

  • Page 23

    (3) Set the contents of the schedule Make the settings for the execution time, operation patterns (ON/OFF, operation mode, setting temperature, airflow direction, fan speed, remote controller operation prohibition) on the schedule content setting screen, and then touch the [OK] button. Not all settings need to be made.

  • Page 24

    (5) Save the contents of schedule After all the settings have been made, touch the [OK] button to save the schedule settings. Touch the [Cancel] button to go back to the previously saved settings without making any changes. 4-3-2 Setting the schedule with a registered license When a license is registered, it is possible to set different weekly (2 types)/annual/today’s schedules for each air conditioner group.

  • Page 25

    (4) Set the contents of the schedule Make the settings for the execution time and operation patterns (ON/ OFF, operation mode, setting temperature, airflow direction, fan speed, remote controller operation prohibition) on the schedule content setting screen, and then touch the [OK] button. Not all settings need to be made.

  • Page 26

    (7) Define the seasons Weekly 1: Applicable period Pressing the Season Settings button on the schedule setting screen ) will bring up the Season Settings screen, and the duration of each seasons can be defined, to which [Weekly 1] or [Weekly 2] schedules are applied.Touch the “Enable/disable switching button”...

  • Page 27

    (3) Edit the patterns. After selecting the pattern, touch the schedule content button to bring up the schedule content setting screen. Make the settings for the execution time and operation patterns (ON/OFF, operation mode, setting temperature, airflow direction, fan speed, remote controller operation prohibition) on the schedule content setting screen, and then touch the [OK] button.

  • Page 28

    (6) Save the contents of schedule After all the settings have been made, touch the [OK] button to save the schedule settings. Touch the [Cancel] button to go back to the previously saved settings without making any changes. 4-3-2-3 Setting the current date schedule Selecting [Schedule Setting] from the main menu on the [Main operation screen] will bring up the schedule setting screen.

  • Page 29

    (3) Copy a schedule to another group To copy the settings of the current day schedule in one group to another, select the group from the current day schedule setting screen (Floor layout or block display screen), touch [Copy], select a group to copy the schedule to, and touch [Paste].

  • Page 30: Checking The List Of Malfunctioning Units

    4-4 Checking the List of Malfunctioning Units Touch the [Status list] in the main operation screen menu, and then touch [Malfunction] to see a list of units that are currently in error. Floor name or Number of Block name malfunctioning units The number of Group name...

  • Page 31: Checking The List Of Units With A Triggered Filter Sign

    4-5 Checking the List of Units with a Triggered Filter Sign Touching [Status List] on the Main operation screen and then touching [Filter signs] in the sub menu will bring up a list of units whose filter sign is turned on. Floor name or Number of units Block name...

  • Page 32: Checking The Malfunction Log

    4-6 Checking the Malfunction Log Touch the [Unit error] in the sub menu under [Log] on the main operation screen to see the unit error history (latest 64 events). Click [Communication error] in the sub menu to see the M-NET transmission error history (latest 64 events). Communication Unit error log error log...

  • Page 33: Initial Settings

    * Use the keyboard that appears to enter user name and password. Note: When the power to the AG-150A is turned on for the first time, the Language Selection screen will appear (Refer to section 5-4-2 (4)). Once the display language has been selected, the Date and Time screen will appear (Refer to section 5-2).

  • Page 34: Register The License

    Touch the [Unit Info.] tab in the screen that appears when [Initial Settings] on the menu bar in the setting change window is touched to open the Unit Info setting window and make the basic settings for AG-150A such as its name and display options.

  • Page 35

    Unit ID button (1) Press the [Name] button and enter the name for AG-150A in 40 characters or less. The name set here is used on the display screen of the software that controls multiple AG-150A units and for the name of the sender in the body of error messages.

  • Page 36: Network Setting

    5-5-1-1 Settings for when the AG-150A is connected to a dedicated LAN (1) Set the IP address for AG-150A. Enter the IP address on the keyboard that appears when the IP address input button is touched. If the LAN wiring has been newly set up, allocate IP addresses to the AG-150A units in a sequential order starting with [192.168.1.1].

  • Page 37

    5-5-3 External input Setting The external input function allows for a batch operation (start/stop) of the air conditioning units that are connected to the AG-150A via the external input/output adaptor (PAC-YG10HA; sold separately), using contact and pulse signals. Pressing the “External Input Setting” button toggles through the following options: Not in use, Emergency Stop (Level signal), ON/OFF (Level signal), and ON/OFF/Prohibit/Permit (Pulse signal).

  • Page 38: Group Setting

    AG-150A will match. Note: A contact on the genera interface device is regarded as one unit. The number of units that can be connected to AG-150A is up to 50. Note: Air-conditioners and general equipment cannot be in the same group.

  • Page 39

    (2) To change the icons, touch the icon selection button, and select the desired icon from the ones that appear. (3) To register a remote controller to a group, touch the remote controller selection button to bring up the remote controller selection window, and then touch the numbers that are assigned to the units to resister.

  • Page 40

    5-6-3 Registering general equipment in the group (1) To register general equipment, touch the unit selection button of the group to set. Select [General equipment (via PAC-YG66DCA)] on the window that appears to bring up the general equipment registration window. Next, touch the unit number of the general interface (PAC-YG66DCA) that is connected to the general equipment to be registered.

  • Page 41: Interlocked Setting

    Note: If the user logs in as a building manager, the operations may be prohibited. Note: If the system is connected to the TG-2000A, make all settings and changes from the TG-2000A so that the data in TG-2000A and AG-150A will match. LOSSNAY button...

  • Page 42: Block Setting

    Note: If the user logs in as a building manager, some of the operations may be prohibited. Note: If the system is connected to the TG-2000A, make all settings and changes from the TG-2000A so that the data in TG-2000A and AG-150A will match. Block No.

  • Page 43: Floor Layout Setting

    5-8-2 Registering a group in a block Click on the number of the group to register on the group selection window that appears when the group button is touched. An orange frame will appear around the selected item. (The name of the group that was touched last will appear.) Touch the selected item again to deselect it (no orange frame).

  • Page 44

    5-9-1 Making the floor settings Touch the basic floor setting button to bring up the basic floor setting window. Number of floors setting button Floor level button Floor Name button Layout selection button (1) Changing the floor layout display Select the total number of floors on the basic floor setting window with the up/down arrow buttons, and select the desired type of floor layout.

  • Page 45: Checking The Refrigerant Systems

    5-10 Checking the refrigerant systems To see the list of refrigerant systems connected to AG-150A (connection information of outdoor and indoor units), touch [System view] on the window that appears when [Initial Settings] on the setting change window is touched and bring up the refrigerant system display window.

  • Page 46: User Setting

    6. User Setting Touch [User Info] on the menu bar in the setting change window to jump to the user setting window. 6-1 Setting the Maintenance User To change the Maintenance User name and/or password, touch [Maintenance User] on the window that appears when [User Info] is touched on the setting change window.

  • Page 47

    Table Available Function List Function Content Date and time Current date and time setting Basic system AG-150A network setting, external output setting Group name Group name setting Groups Connection setting of indoor units, remote controllers, system Group structure controllers and general equipment in a group...

  • Page 48: Maintenance Screen

    Touch the button to select, and touch again to deselect. With the button selected, touch the [Copy to USB Memory] button to copy all settings data (except the AG-150A user information), to the ¥[Serial Number]¥[SettingData]¥ folder in the Setting data Initial settings root folder of the USB memory.

  • Page 49: Adjusting The Touch Panel

    7-2 Adjusting the touch panel To adjust the touch panel, touch [Maintenance] on the setting change screen and then [Touch Panel Calibration] to bring up the Touch Panel Calibration screen. Note: The use of any commercially available touch pen is recommended. Start calibration button The touch panel calibration screen will appear when the [Start Calibration] button is touched.

  • Page 50: Cleaning The Touch Panel

    8. Cleaning the touch panel To clean the touch panel surface, first touch the [Setting Change Button] on the main operation screen and bring up the login screen, then touch the Clean touch panel button to bring up the screen below. Clean the touch panel with this screen being displayed. * Please use dry cloth or soft cloth with neutral detergent (after wring dry) or one with Ethanol when cleaning.

  • Page 51: External Input/output Function

    9. External input/output function • External signal input requires the external I/O adapter (Model: PAC-YG10HA-E) sold separately. • Refer to Instalation Manual for detail. 9-1 External input function (1) The function of external input Touch [Initial Settings] on the menu bar in the setting change window, then [Network setting] to bring up the network settings window. Touch [External Input Setting], and make the settings.

  • Page 52: External Output Function

    Notes • Using level signals • While the Emergency stop contact is ON, operation from both the controller and local remote controller (ON/OFF only) is prohibited. After the emergency stop is cancelled, air conditioning units will remain stopped, and they will require manual operation if they need to be started back up.

  • Page 56

    This product is designed and intended for use in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environment. This product at hand is based • Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC on the following EU • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive regulations: 2004/108/EC 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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