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Air Conditioning Control System

Centralized Controller

AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A
AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E
Before using the controller,
please read this Instruction
Book carefully to ensure proper
operation.
Retain this manual for future
reference.
-Apportioned Electricity Billing Function-
Contents
Safety precautions .......................................................................................... 5
1.
Parts to be used ...................................................................................... 7
1-1. Supplied parts ................................................................................................ 7
1-2. Separately sold parts ..................................................................................... 7
1-3. Commercially available parts ......................................................................... 7
1-4. PC requirements ............................................................................................ 8
1-5. Version restrictions ......................................................................................... 8
2.
Introduction .............................................................................................. 9
2-1. About apportioned electricity billing function .................................................. 9
2-2. System overview ...........................................................................................11
2-3. Selecting the operation method ................................................................... 12
2-4. Function list .................................................................................................. 13
2-5. System restrictions ....................................................................................... 14
3.
Basic operations .................................................................................... 16
3-1. Specified date calculation (LAN connection) ............................................... 16
3-2. Specified date calculation (USB) ................................................................. 18
3-3. Closing date calculation (automatic output) ................................................. 25
3-4. Displaying charge calculation results ........................................................... 30
3-5. Printing the charge calculation results ......................................................... 32
3-6. Examples of charge calculation results CSV output .................................... 34
4.
Practical operations ............................................................................... 36
4-1. Settings for the Charge Calculation Tool ...................................................... 36
4-2. Calculating the charges for 2 months ago or earlier .................................... 40
4-3. Other setting changes and precautions ....................................................... 41
4-4. Displaying energy management data .......................................................... 43
5.
Preparation of the software (installation) ............................................... 45
5-2. Installation procedures of the Initial Setting Tool .......................................... 47
5-3. Setting the PC's IP address ......................................................................... 49
5-4. Installation procedures of .NET Framework ................................................. 51
6.
Initial settings ......................................................................................... 52
6-1. General descriptions .................................................................................... 52
6-2. Settings on the AE-200 for billing function ................................................... 55
6-3. Settings on the Initial Setting Tool ................................................................ 58
6-4. General descriptions of Initial Setting Tool ................................................... 61
6-5. Basic settings ............................................................................................... 68
6-6. Unit settings ................................................................................................. 74
6-7. Billing function settings ................................................................................ 84
6-8. Settings on the Charge Calculation Tool ...................................................... 98
7.
Billing function trial run .......................................................................... 99
7-1. Flow of the billing function trial run ............................................................. 100
trial run) ..................................................................................................... 102
7-3. Billing function trial run checks ................................................................... 108
7-4. Final checks ................................................................................................114
8.
Troubleshooting ................................................................................... 115
8-1. Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................115
8-2. Logging in to the Maintenance screen ........................................................118
8-3. Replacing the AE-200 .................................................................................119
8-4. Replacing the AE-50/EW-50 ...................................................................... 120
8-5. Replacing the PI controller ......................................................................... 122
8-6. Other Tasks ................................................................................................ 123
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Air Conditioning Control System Centralized Controller AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E Instruction Book –Apportioned Electricity Billing Function– Contents Safety precautions ..................5 Parts to be used ..................7 1-1. Supplied parts ....................7 1-2. Separately sold parts ..................7 1-3. Commercially available parts ................. 7 1-4.
  • Page 2 Contents Safety precautions ..................... 5 1. Parts to be used ....................7 1-1. Supplied parts ......................7 1-2. Separately sold parts ....................7 1-3. Commercially available parts .................. 7 1-4. PC requirements ..................... 8 1-5. Version restrictions ....................8 2. Introduction ......................9 2-1.
  • Page 3 4. Practical operations ................... 36 4-1. Settings for the Charge Calculation Tool ............... 36 4-1-1. Making the settings for the Charge Calculation Tool ........36 4-1-2. Charge Calculation Tool settings ..............37 4-1-3. Saving the settings ..................39 4-2. Calculating the charges for 2 months ago or earlier ..........40 4-2-1.
  • Page 4 6-6. Unit settings ......................74 6-6-1. Group settings .................... 74 6-6-2. Refrigerant System settings ............... 76 6-6-3. Interlocked LOSSNAY settings ..............77 6-6-4. Block settings ..................... 78 6-6-5. Energy management block settings ............79 6-6-6. PI controller settings ................... 81 6-6-7.
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions ►Observe these precautions carefully to ensure safety. ►After reading this manual, pass the manual on to the end user to retain for future reference. ►The user should keep this manual for future reference and refer to it as necessary. This manual should be made available to those who repair or relocate the units.
  • Page 6 ® ® to as “Windows 8.1”. - “Centralized Controller AE-200A/AE-200E” is referred to as “AE-200”. - “Centralized Controller AE-50A/AE-50E” is referred to as “AE-50”. - “Centralized Controller EW-50A/EW-50E” is referred to as “EW-50”. - “DIDO controller (PAC-YG66DCA)” is referred to as “DIDO controller”.
  • Page 7: Parts To Be Used

    Instruction Book (this manual) “Charge” license 1 for each AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 Initial Setting Tool Charge Calculation Tool 1-2. Separately sold parts Use only genuine Mitsubishi Electric products for the components listed below. Item Model PI controller PAC-YG60MCA Required number Surface cover with USB port...
  • Page 8: Pc Requirements

    1-4. PC requirements Charge Calculation Tool and Initial Setting Tool Item Requirements 1 GHz or better (at least 2 GHz recommended) Memory 2 GB or more Screen resolution 1024 x 768 or better Windows 7, Windows 8.1 (32bit/64bit) The system should meet the minimum requirements for Windows 7 or System requirements Windows 8.1 •...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    2. Introduction Before using an apportioned electricity billing function (AE-200 Apportion), initial settings and trial run must be completed beforehand by authorized personnel on site. Please receive an explanation from your dealer or contractor on how to use the function. * For dealers and contractors Install the software (tool), make initial settings, and perform trial runs according to the procedures in the order of sections 5, 6, and 7 in this manual.
  • Page 10 (Example 2) A configuration where the apportioned electricity billing function is required (when the outdoor units in the same system are installed to multiple tenants) Electricity meter Electricity meter AE-200 Tenant A Tenant B Tenant C M-NET M-NET AE-50/EW-50 Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor unit Outdoor unit A...
  • Page 11: System Overview

    2-2. System overview The AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 units provide a comprehensive air conditioning management system that supports web access. Through the use of the apportioned electricity billing function, they also allow the electric energy used by each operating air conditioner to be calculated. Note •...
  • Page 12: Selecting The Operation Method

    2-3. Selecting the operation method As shown in the figure below, note that the setting procedure and output method differ depending on the billing apportionment data collection method and charge calculation method. Charge calculation method ① Closing date calculation (Automatic output) A method where the charge calculation results are automatically output by the PC on the closing date each month.
  • Page 13: Function List

    2-4. Function list Electricity meter Systems where electric energy is metered (with-metering-device method): measurement method *1*2 A system where the amount of electric energy and the charges are calculated by connecting a PI controller and capturing electric energy pulses Systems where electric energy is entered manually (no-metering-device method): A system where the charge rates are calculated without connecting electricity meters Apportionment method Outdoor unit electric energy apportionment...
  • Page 14: System Restrictions

    • Mitsubishi Electric and its sales companies accept no liability whatsoever for any incidental, consequential or special damages incurred by the customer, even where the sales company has received notification of the potential for damages of that kind.
  • Page 15 AE-200’s LCD should be periodically synchronized. (Even if times have been synchronized on the AE-50/EW-50, they will be overwritten by the time on the AE-200.) • Mitsubishi Electric accepts no liability for the incorrect apportionment of electric energy due to problems such as power outages or equipment faults.
  • Page 16: Basic Operations

    3. Basic operations 3-1. Specified date calculation (LAN connection) This section explains how to calculate the charges for the specified period when the AE-200 is connected to a PC via a LAN. The AE-200 must be connected to the PC and printer (for printing) via the LAN. 3-1-1.
  • Page 17 Note • Calculations on the Charge Calculation Tool will be output for periods shorter than that covered by the data stored in the AE-200 (maximum of the preceding 62 days). 4. In the Basic Settings screen, select [From AE-200 via LAN] as the apportioned data acquisition method. 5.
  • Page 18: Specified Date Calculation (usb)

    3-2. Specified date calculation (USB) This section explains how to calculate the charges for the specified period when CSV data (the apportioned results) has been exported from the AE-200 using a USB memory. 3-2-1. Preparation of the PC You can export the CSV data (apportioned results) from the AE-200 to a USB memory, calculate the data on a PC (running the Charge Calculation Tool) and then “Print”...
  • Page 19 2. Connect a USB memory. 3. Touch [Energy Mgmt] > [Energy management list] on the AE-200’s LCD. 4. Touch [CSV output] to display the CSV output screen and then follow the steps ① to ③ . ① Data to be output •...
  • Page 20 results) output from the AE-200. For example, when the CSV data (apportioned results) acquired on the LCD runs from April 1, 2015 to April 30, 2015, the Charge Calculation Tool cannot calculate charges for CSV data outside that range (e.g. March 20, 2015 to April 19, 2015).
  • Page 21: Making The Settings For The Charge Calculation Tool

    3-2-3. Making the settings for the Charge Calculation Tool Refer to section 5-1 “Installation procedures of the Charge Calculation Tool” for how to install the Charge Calculation Tool. [1] Systems where electric energy is metered (with-metering-device method) Procedures 1. Start up the Charge Calculation Tool. 2.
  • Page 22 Note • In the file name, “IC” denotes energy management blocks, “MC” denotes a PI controller, and “D” denotes data at 1-day intervals. Example of CSV file (air-conditioner data) selection (Output CSV file [App_IC_D_2014-12-21_2015-02-20.csv]) • For CSV data (apportioned results), the \(AE-200 serial number)\“ApportionData”\ folder will be created in the root folder of the USB memory and CSV file will be saved in this folder.
  • Page 23 [2] Systems where electric energy is entered manually (no-metering-device method) Procedures 1. Start up the Charge Calculation Tool. 2. Select [Charge Calculation]. 3. In “Time period for calculation”, enter the start date and end date for the time period for which you want to calculate the charges in the respective input fields.
  • Page 24 Note • In the file name, “IC” denotes energy management blocks, “MC” denotes a PI controller, and “D” denotes data at 1-day intervals. Example of CSV file (air-conditioner data) selection (Output CSV file [App_IC_D_2014-12-21_2015-02-20.csv]) Note • For CSV data (apportioned results), the \(AE-200 serial number)\“ApportionData”\ folder will be created in the root folder of the USB memory and CSV file will be saved in this folder.
  • Page 25: Closing Date Calculation (automatic Output)

    3-3. Closing date calculation (automatic output) This section explains the closing date calculation (automatic output) when the AE-200 is connected to a PC via a LAN. The AE-200 must be connected to the PC and printer (for printing) via the LAN. 3-3-1.
  • Page 26: Making The Settings For The Charge Calculation Tool

    3-3-2. Making the settings for the Charge Calculation Tool Refer to section 5-1 “Installation procedures of the Charge Calculation Tool” for how to install the Charge Calculation Tool. Procedures 1. Start up the Charge Calculation Tool. 2. Select [Advanced Settings]. 3.
  • Page 27: Settings On The Charge Calculation Tool

    3-3-3. Settings on the Charge Calculation Tool (1) Print setting Procedures 1. Select [Output] in “Print setting”. 2. Check the [Daily] or [Monthly] checkbox or both. (In the example shown above, [Monthly] is selected as the print setting.) Note Set the PC and printer to meet the following operating environment. •...
  • Page 28 (3) Closing date setting (automatic output) Carry out the following procedures to set the date for “Monthly” automatic output in “Closing date setting”. In this setting, you can set the closing date to output the charge calculation results. Make sure that this date matches the closing date set on the “Energy management list” on the AE-200. Procedures Display period of electric energy 1.
  • Page 29 (4) IP address setting This section explains how to set the IP address used to automatically acquire “Energy management” data and “Metering device” data from the AE-200. Procedures 1. Click [Add] in the IP address setting. 2. When the “AE-200 from which data is automatically acquired” screen appears, enter the IP address of the AE-200 for which charges will be calculated along with the building manager ID and password.
  • Page 30: Displaying Charge Calculation Results

    3-4. Displaying charge calculation results After completing 3-2-3 “Making the settings for the Charge Calculation Tool”, click [Start calculation] in the charge calculation screen to display the charge calculation results screen. 3-4-1. Systems where electric energy is metered (with-metering-device method) In systems where electric energy is metered (with-metering-device method), the charge calculation results will be displayed both for each energy management block and for each metering device.
  • Page 31: Systems Where Electric Energy Is Entered Manually (no-metering-device Method)

    3-4-2. Systems where electric energy is entered manually (no-metering-device method) In systems where electric energy is entered manually (no-metering-device method), the charge rates will be displayed for each energy management block. CSV output Print Procedures 1. Click [Print] or [CSV output]. •...
  • Page 32: Printing The Charge Calculation Results

    3-5. Printing the charge calculation results 3-5-1. Systems where electric energy is metered (with-metering-device method) In systems where electric energy is metered (with-metering-device method), the charge calculation results will be printed out both for each energy management block and for each metering device. [1] Example of printed results for each energy management block (Display order of charge calculation result: Number;...
  • Page 33: Systems Where Electric Energy Is Entered Manually (no-metering-device Method)

    3-5-2. Systems where electric energy is entered manually (no-metering-device method) In systems where electric energy is entered manually (no-metering-device method), the charge rates will only be printed out for each energy management block. [1] Example of printed results for each energy management block (Display order of charge calculation result: Number;...
  • Page 34: Examples Of Charge Calculation Results Csv Output

    3-6. Examples of charge calculation results CSV output 3-6-1. Systems where electric energy is metered (with-metering-device method) In systems where electric energy is metered (with-metering-device method), CSV files will be output both for each energy management block and for each metering device. [1] Example of CSV output results for each energy management block (Display order of charge calculation result: Number;...
  • Page 35: Systems Where Electric Energy Is Entered Manually (no-metering-device Method)

    3-6-2. Systems where electric energy is entered manually (no-metering-device method) In systems where electric energy is entered manually (no-metering-device method), the charge rates will only be output for each energy management block. [1] Example of CSV output results for each energy management block (Display order of charge calculation result: Number;...
  • Page 36: Practical Operations

    4. Practical operations 4-1. Settings for the Charge Calculation Tool 4-1-1. Making the settings for the Charge Calculation Tool Make initial settings for the Charge Calculation Tool. Procedures 1. Start up the Charge Calculation Tool. 2. Select [Advanced Settings]. 3. Enter the password. Enter the password.
  • Page 37: Charge Calculation Tool Settings

    4-1-2. Charge Calculation Tool settings (1) Metering device connection (Connected/Not connected) Set whether or not a metering device (the PI controller connected with the electricity meter used for the apportioned electricity billing function) is connected. When [Not connected] is selected, the charge rate [%] will be output instead of the apportioned electric energy [kWh].
  • Page 38 Note • If you want to display in order of names, it is recommended that you add a number or alphabetic letter at the beginning of the energy management block (tenant) names so that they appear in the desired order. 2) Merger of energy management blocks with same name Procedures 1.
  • Page 39: Saving The Settings

    (5) Decimal point character for CSV file (Dot/Comma), Separator character for CSV file (Comma/ Semicolon) Procedures 1. Set the format of the CSV file (apportioned results, charges calculation results from the Charge Calculation Tool). Important • This setting must be the same with the “Decimal point character for CSV file” and “Separator character for CSV file”...
  • Page 40: Calculating The Charges For 2 Months Ago Or Earlier

    4-2. Calculating the charges for 2 months ago or earlier CSV files can be retrieved from a USB memory on the AE-200 for periods of up to 62 days (2 months) prior to the previous day. It is recommended that you periodically (once a month) back up CSV data in order to calculate charges for periods earlier than that.
  • Page 41: Other Setting Changes And Precautions

    4-3. Other setting changes and precautions 4-3-1. Changing the closing date Because the charge calculation period for the closing date calculation (automatic output) is fixed at 1 month: ① When moving the closing date forward (here explains with an example when the closing date is changed to May 15 after a previous closing date of Apr.
  • Page 42: Changing The Tenant (energy Management Block) Floor Plan

    4. Invoice to the new tenant “B” starting with the specified date calculation for Apr. 16 to Apr. 20. Note • When the charge calculation is carried out for the previous period after the tenant name is changed to the new tenant “B”, the name of the new tenant “B”...
  • Page 43: Displaying Energy Management Data

    4-4. Displaying energy management data On the “Energy Use Status” screen, electric energy consumption for each energy management block/group/unit can be displayed in a graph. Also, by setting target values, the target values and the current energy use status can be displayed for comparison. On the “Ranking”...
  • Page 44 The setting methods and the information displayed in the graphs differ depending on whether or not a “Charge” license is registered. The differences are shown below. “Charge” license registered “Charge” license not registered The following electric energy data are included. The following electric energy data are Energy Use Status •...
  • Page 45: Preparation Of The Software (installation)

    Procedures 1. Execute the setup file of Charge Calculation Tool. Note • The setup file is “setupCCToolA_V***.msi” for AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A. The setup file is “setupCCToolE_V***.msi” for AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. (“V***” indicates version number. “V110” indicates Ver. 1.10.) 2. If the “Security Warning” message appears, click [Run].
  • Page 46 6. When the “Confirm Installation” screen appears, click [Next]. 7. The Charge Calculation Tool will be installed. 8. Once installation is completed, click [Close]. Note • A Charge Calculation Tool shortcut icon will be created on the desktop. To launch the software, double-click the icon. WT07442X02...
  • Page 47: Installation Procedures Of The Initial Setting Tool

    Procedures 1. Execute “setup.msi” for the Initial Setting Tool. Note • The setup file is “setupISToolA_V***.msi” for AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A. The setup file is “setupISToolE_V***.msi” for AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. (“V***” indicates version number. “V110” indicates Ver. 1.10.) 2. If the “Security Warning” message appears, click [Run].
  • Page 48 6. When the “Confirm Installation” screen appears, click [Next]. 7. The Initial Setting Tool will be installed. 8. Once installation is completed, click [Close]. Note • An Initial Setting Tool shortcut icon will be created on the desktop. To launch the software, double-click the icon. WT07442X02...
  • Page 49: Setting The Pc's Ip Address

    5-3. Setting the PC’s IP address 5-3-1. For Windows 7 Set the PC’s IP address so that settings data can be sent from the Initial Setting Tool to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50. When setting the PC’s IP address, set a network address in the same system as the IP address for the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50.
  • Page 50: For Windows 8.1

    5. In the [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties] window, check the radio button next to [Use the following IP address]. 6. Enter the PC’s IP address (e.g., [192.168.1.101]) in the “IP address” field. 7. Enter the subnet mask [255.255.255.0] (unless otherwise specified) in the “Subnet mask”...
  • Page 51: Installation Procedures Of .net Framework

    5-4. Installation procedures of .NET Framework If .NET Framework 4.5.2 is not already installed, download the .NET Framework 4.5.2 installer from the URL shown below, and then install it. URL for when the Internet is connected (Web installer) (English): http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=42643 URL for when the Internet is not connected (Offline installer) (English): http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=42642 * Other language can also be selected from this website.
  • Page 52: Initial Settings

    6. Initial settings 6-1. General descriptions Before using an apportioned electricity billing function (AE-200 Apportion), initial settings and trial run must be completed beforehand by authorized personnel on site. Please receive an explanation from your dealer or contractor on how to use the function. * For dealers and contractors Install the software (tool), make initial settings, and perform trial runs according to the procedures in the order of sections 5, 6, and 7 in this manual.
  • Page 53: Required Settings To Use An Apportioned Electricity Billing Function

    6-1-2. Required settings to use an apportioned electricity billing function The table below summarizes the settings that are required to use an apportioned electricity billing function. V : Items required to be set to use an Initial Setting Tool ◎ : Items required to be set to use an apportioned electricity billing function ○...
  • Page 54 *1 A separate license is required. *2 Settable items vary. *3 The Hold function can be used on the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A, but not on the AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. *4 The setting details are not explained in this manual. Refer to AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 Instruction Book (Initial Settings).
  • Page 55: Settings On The Ae-200 For Billing Function

    6-2. Settings on the AE-200 for billing function Preparation Normal initial settings and trial run for all AE-200 systems Initial settings AE-200 settings Settings on the Initial Setting Tool Settings on the Charge Calculation Tool <Billing function trial run example> Billing function Checking the initial settings (before billing function trial run)
  • Page 56: Unit Settings

    6-2-2. AE-200 unit settings Follow the instructions below to make AE-200 unit settings. Procedures 1. Touch [ ] to display the login window. Enter the user name and the password in the login window, and touch [Login]. Note • Default maintenance user name is “initial” and password is “init”.
  • Page 57 9. Touch [Save Settings]. 10. Touch [Initial Settings] > [Network]. 11. Switch the [Controller] setting between [Exp1] through [Exp4] to set the destination IP address in “LAN Settings” for each controller individually, and touch [Save Settings]. 12. Touch [Initial Settings] > [License]. 13.
  • Page 58: Settings On The Initial Setting Tool

    6-3. Settings on the Initial Setting Tool Preparation Normal initial settings and trial run for all AE-200 systems Initial settings AE-200 settings Settings on the Initial Setting Tool Settings on the Charge Calculation Tool <Billing function trial run example> Billing function Checking the initial settings (before billing function trial run) to Apr.
  • Page 59: Setting Items

    AI controller settings ○ ○ ○ *1 Settable items vary. *2 The Hold function can be used on the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A, but not on the AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. Newly creating settings file Saving the settings file Sending the setting status Settings file Acquiring the setting status...
  • Page 60: Flow Of The Initial Settings On Initial Setting Tool

    6-3-2. Flow of the initial settings on Initial Setting Tool Follow the procedures from step ③ onwards to make the initial settings for the apportioned electricity billing function. As shown in flow ① below, settings data can be created beforehand at another location, such as office, to send it to the centralized controller on the day of the trial run.
  • Page 61: General Descriptions Of Initial Setting Tool

    6-4. General descriptions of Initial Setting Tool This section explains operation methods that are common to all setting screens of Initial Setting Tool. 6-4-1. Starting up the Initial Setting Tool AE-200 Initial Setting Tool The screen below will appear when the Initial Setting Tool is started up. Click to newly create a settings file.
  • Page 62: Screen Configurations And Common Items

    6-4-2. Screen configurations and common items ① Tool bar ② Tab (Upper) (Lower) ③ Target centralized controller ④ Setting area ⑥ [Back] ⑤ [Save] Function Operation method Description Tool bar Operations such as to create, save, Refer to section 6-4-3 “List of tool bar load and send the settings files, and to operations”.
  • Page 63: List Of Tool Bar Operations

    6-4-3. List of tool bar operations File Creates, opens (loads) and saves settings files, and saves settings files with another name. [8] Help Displays the version of this software. [5] Send Sends the settings data to the centralized controller. [4] Data acquisition Option Acquires settings status of the Able to select the temperature display format...
  • Page 64 5. Click [OK] to acquire the data of the settings on the centralized controller. The settings will then be applied on the Initial Setting Tool. Note • If data acquisition fails, the settings on the centralized controller registered in “System Configuration” will not be applied to the settings on the Initial Setting Tool.
  • Page 65 Note • Refer to section 7 “Billing function trial run” for details of the check sheet. [8] Help Click [Help] > [About] in the tool bar to display the version of the current Initial Setting Tool. [9] Exit Click [File] > [Exit] in the tool bar to exit the Initial Setting Tool. WT07442X02...
  • Page 66: Unit Address Selection Screen

    6-4-4. Unit address selection screen On unit address selection screen and group registration screen displayed from the group settings screen, the selectable unit addresses and groups will be displayed. When an icon is clicked and selected, the background will change to yellow-green. To deselect an icon, click the icon again and it will then turn into deselected status (the background will change to light gray).
  • Page 67: Preparation And Flow Of The Initial Setting Tool

    6-4-6. Preparation and flow of the Initial Setting Tool To change the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 settings (for systems with initial settings already made), make sure to first acquire data of the settings status using the Initial Setting Tool and then follow the procedure below. If you follow a different procedure, the settings may not be correctly made.
  • Page 68: Basic Settings

    6-5. Basic settings 6-5-1. System Configuration settings Make the configuration settings of centralized controllers and expansion controllers on the Initial Setting Tool. Click [Basic Settings] > [System Configuration] to access the system configuration settings screen. Note • Connection settings can be made for up to 40 centralized controllers. AE-200 units set as the [AE-200 (Billing)] or [AE-200 (No M-NET)] will not be included in this 40 controllers.
  • Page 69: Basic System Settings

    6-5-2. Basic System settings Click [Basic Settings] > [Basic System] to access the basic system settings screen. Make necessary basic system settings such as unit settings and M-NET settings for each centralized controller. Target centralized controller Select the connected centralized controller whose basic settings are to be M-NET Settings made.
  • Page 70 [2] M-NET settings Procedures 1. Enter [0] in “M-NET Address” (unless otherwise specified). 2. When the local remote controller operation is prohibited on the centralized controller, this setting determines the scope of its applicability. Select [SC/RC] to prohibit the operation from both the sub system controllers and the remote controllers.
  • Page 71 AE-200/AE-50/EW-50, other system controllers, or remote controllers. Note • The Hold function can be used on the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A, but not on the AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. • The Hold function cannot be used on general equipments. • The setting [Forced] will not be effective on Air To Water (PWFY) unit groups, LOSSNAY unit groups, and air conditioning unit groups that do not support the Hold function (i.e., Mr.
  • Page 72 [5] Display Format Set the items in “Display Format”. Procedures 1. In “Unit of Temperature”, select the desired temperature unit. 2. In “Pressure unit of measure”, select the desired pressure unit. 3. In “Date Format”, select the desired display format for year, month, and date. 4.
  • Page 73 9. In “Brightness sensor display”, make the Show/Hide setting for the brightness/darkness status that is detected by the built-in brightness sensor on the ME remote controller (North America: PAR-U01MEDU, Other countries: PAR-U02MEDA). Brightness icon Darkness icon (Yellow) (Gray) Select [Hide] not to display the brightness/darkness icons on the Condition List screen. Select [Show bright icon] to display the brightness icon when the brightness level in the room reaches the predetermined brightness level.
  • Page 74: Unit Settings

    6-6. Unit settings This section explains how to make unit settings on the Initial Setting Tool. 6-6-1. Group settings Note • Each group can contain up to 16 air conditioners. • Air conditioners (City Multi indoor unit), Air conditioners (A-control), LOSSNAY units, Air To Water (PWFY) units, HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) units, and general equipment groups cannot be combined in one group.
  • Page 75 collectively or by the groups. Select [On individual group] to allow the operator to turn on or off the general equipment by the groups. Select [No operations (Monitor only)] to disallow the operator to turn on or off the general equipment. 9.
  • Page 76: Refrigerant System Settings

    6-6-2. Refrigerant System settings Refrigerant system information (connection information of outdoor, sub outdoor, and indoor units) can be set. Procedures 1. Click [Unit Settings] > [Refrigerant System] to access the refrigerant system settings screen. Indoor unit registration Target centralized controller Click to display the screen Select the connected for registering the indoor...
  • Page 77: Interlocked Lossnay Settings

    6-6-3. Interlocked LOSSNAY settings The ON/OFF status of the LOSSNAY or LOSSNAY with heater/humidifier can be interlocked with the operation of indoor units. Note • The ON/OFF status of the indoor units are not interlocked with the ON/OFF status of the LOSSNAY unit. Procedures 1.
  • Page 78: Block Settings

    6-6-4. Block settings By making block settings, multiple groups in a given block can be collectively monitored or operated on the AE-200’s LCD and the Integrated Centralized Control Web. Procedures 1. Click [Unit Settings] > [Blocks] to access the block settings screen. Target centralized controller Select one of the connected...
  • Page 79: Energy Management Block Settings

    6-6-5. Energy management block settings Make the settings for the energy management block (tenant) used as collective unit for the apportioned electricity billing function. Note • It is necessary to properly set energy management blocks in order to use the apportioned electricity billing function.
  • Page 80 [2] Energy management block settings Procedures 1. Click [Unit Settings] > [Energy Management Block] to access the energy management block settings screen. Target centralized Member LOSSNAY controller with heater/humidifier Select one of the connected registration centralized controllers Click to display the screen whose energy management for selecting LOSSNAY with block settings are to be...
  • Page 81: Pi Controller Settings

    6-6-6. PI controller settings To use metering device on the centralized controller, follow the instructions below to register PI controllers (PAC- YG60MCA) and to make measurement settings. Procedures 1. Click [Unit Settings] > [PI Controller] to access the PI controller settings screen. Note •...
  • Page 82: Ai Controller Settings

    6-6-7. AI controller settings To use temperature and humidity sensors, follow the instructions below to register AI controllers (PAC-YG63MCA) and to make measurement settings. Note • Only the addresses that have not been registered on the group, interlocked LOSSNAY, or PI controller setting screens are available for selection.
  • Page 83 7. To receive an e-mail alarm when the temperature or the humidity exceeds certain predetermined values, set the ON- and OFF-thresholds for both the upper and lower limit temperatures. To avoid frequent ON/OFF cycling, the minimum differential between the ON- and OFF-threshold values should be 1ºC (2ºF).
  • Page 84: Billing Function Settings

    6-7. Billing function settings This section explains how to make billing function settings on the Initial Setting Tool. Note • The settings screen for the AE-200 system to which [AE-200 (Billing)] is set as “Controller type” in section 6-5-1 “System Configuration settings” will be displayed. 6-7-1.
  • Page 85 Note • This setting is only available when [Use] is selected in “Apportioning with metering device”. • The [Same power source (O/U - I/U)] and [Separated power source (O/U - I/U)] settings cannot both be used in the same AE-200 system. 4.
  • Page 86 when few units are running and running times are short, the standby electric energy may be apportioned as electric energy consumption on the air conditioners that are running. For this reason, the [Apportion] setting for standby electric energy is recommended. •...
  • Page 87: Outdoor Unit Settings

    6-7-2. Outdoor unit settings Set the standby electric power for connected outdoor units. Procedures 1. Click [Billing Function Settings] > [Outdoor Unit] to access the outdoor unit settings screen. Target centralized controller Select one of the connected centralized controllers whose outdoor unit settings are to be made.
  • Page 88: Indoor Unit Settings

    6-7-3. Indoor unit settings Set the cooling capacity, fan power consumption and standby electric power for connected indoor units. When [Not apportion] is selected in “Indoor unit electric energy apportioning mode” in section 6-7-1 “Billing function settings”, this setting is required. Procedures 1.
  • Page 89 (1) Referencing the Initial Setting Tool database Selecting the connected indoor units from the database allows the cooling capacity, fan power consumption and standby electric power to be set automatically. Models that cannot be selected by type or name should be registered manually using the procedure in (2) “Manual input”...
  • Page 90: Measurement Settings

    6-7-4. Measurement settings Set the indoor and outdoor units and the electricity meter required when the billing function is used. When [Non-use] is selected in “Apportioning with metering device” in section 6-7-1 “Billing function settings”, this setting is not required. Procedures 1.
  • Page 91 7. After the settings are completed, click [Save]. Note Sub outdoor units do not need to be registered. They are included in the outdoor units of the same power system. If the pulse weight set in section 6-6-6 “PI controller settings” is not [kWh] ([m3], [MJ] or [--]), only [Others] can be selected.
  • Page 92: Charges Settings

    6-7-5. Charges settings [1] Overview of the charge settings Time period for each unit price can be set for particular seasons, days of the week or special days. * Unit price settings can be made on the Charge Calculation Tool. Note •...
  • Page 93 (3) Special day charges settings You can specify special days and set a unit price for those days. Example: Set a unit price for public holidays and special days that does not overlap the weekly unit price set in (2). A: Company event;...
  • Page 94 Seasonal charges - time period Displays the seasonal charges period set in the Charges Settings screen. Copy Seasonal charges Click to display the copying a day Click to display the weekly setting screen. charges - time period settings screen for the seasonal period. Edit Click to display the time period setting screen.
  • Page 95 (3) To copy from another day Procedures 1. In the “Weekly charges - time period settings” screen, click [Copy]. 2. Select the “Copy from” and “Copy to,” and then click [OK]. The Copy from source settings will be copied to the Copy to destination. Note •...
  • Page 96 (1) To register new settings Procedures 1. Click [Edit] in “Special day charges - time period” to display the “Time period setting” screen. 2. Enter the start and end times, select the unit price and then click [OK]. Note • If you register a new time that duplicates a time period for which a charges period has already been set, the new time period overwrites the previous time period.
  • Page 97 [5] Setting the closing date in “Closing date” screen Either “End of month” or “Day (1-28) of each month” can be selected. Procedures 1. First check the closing date with the building owner. 2. Set either [End of month] or [Day (1-28) of each month] as the closing date. •...
  • Page 98: Settings On The Charge Calculation Tool

    6-8. Settings on the Charge Calculation Tool For details about the initial setting items on the Charge Calculation Tool, refer to the relevant reference pages in the table below. ◎ : Items required to be set to use an apportioned electricity billing function Initial Charge Reference...
  • Page 99: Billing Function Trial Run

    7. Billing function trial run Preparation Normal initial settings and trial run for all AE-200 systems Initial settings AE-200 settings Settings on the Initial Setting Tool Settings on the Charge Calculation Tool <Billing function trial run example> Billing function Checking the initial settings (before billing function trial run) to Apr.
  • Page 100: Flow Of The Billing Function Trial Run

    7-1. Flow of the billing function trial run The trial run check for the apportioned electricity billing function should be carried out 3 times. Conduct billing function trial run checks well ahead of handover. During the billing function trial run period, check that output is as set on the Charge Calculation Tool. Checking the billing function settings (check before billing function trial run) •...
  • Page 101 3rd run: Checking for the day after the closing date (at least 1 month after 2nd run) • From [Option] > [Output - Check sheet for billing function trial run] on the Initial Setting Tool, output the “Items to be checked on the next day of the closing date” check sheet. •...
  • Page 102: Checking The Billing Function Settings (check Before Billing Function Trial Run)

    7-2. Checking the billing function settings (check before billing function trial run) From [Option] > [Output - Check sheet for billing function trial run] on the Initial Setting Tool, output the “Items to be checked after the trial run” check sheet (Excel sheet). Two sheets exist in the Excel sheet output, the “Billing- related item sheet”...
  • Page 103 [2] Charges settings Check that none of the settings differ from those set in section 6-7-5 “Charges settings”. ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑦ Weekly charges (Available) ⑧ Seasonal charges (Available/Not Available) ⑨ Special day charges (Available/Not Available) This will be judged based on the number of pattern allocation “0” (Not Available) or “1 or more” (Available). ⑩...
  • Page 104 [4] Checking the electricity meter Enter the information for the electricity meter installed at the site. ⑰ ⑱ ⑲ ⑳ ㉑ Visually confirmed information ⑰ Enter the metering device model. ⑱ Enter the serial number. ⑲ Enter the pulse weight. ⑳...
  • Page 105: Unit-related Item Sheet

    7-2-2. Unit-related item sheet There will be 1 unit sheet for each AE-50/EW-50. [1] Outdoor/indoor unit settings Check that there are no errors in the settings. ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ① Floor No., Floor name From [Monitor/Operation] >...
  • Page 106 For ② and ⑤ , check the connection relationships between the outdoor and indoor units from [Initial Settings] > [System View] on the AE-200’s LCD. Check that the outdoor unit model name and indoor unit model name are entered in ③ and ⑦ , and check that each combination of the outdoor unit and indoor unit is correct.
  • Page 107: Entering The Electric Energy

    [2] Indoor unit settings (group, block, energy management block) Check that there are no errors in the settings. ⑪ ⑫ ⑬ ⑪ Group Check that there are no errors in the group names or in the correlations between the indoor unit addresses and group numbers set in section 6-6-1 “Group settings”.
  • Page 108: Billing Function Trial Run Checks

    7-3. Billing function trial run checks If any of the numbers deviated during billing function trial run checks, modify the settings and then carry out another billing function trial run. 7-3-1. 1st run check (after air conditioning unit continuous operation) Once the billing function settings are complete (before continuous operation), check after the air conditioning units have been run for at least 2 hours.
  • Page 109 (2) Checking the difference ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑥ Calculate the meter difference value from the current reading of the metering device (monitored value after trial run - monitored value before trial run). Check that the value of the difference in electric energy on the electricity meter is not “0”. ⑦...
  • Page 110 CSV data (apportioned calculation results) [Metering device] Billing-related sheet ⑨ ⑩ ⑨ Check that measurement was able to be carried out successfully (with no errors) during the trial run. If it was successful, put a check in the check column. ⑩...
  • Page 111 (5) Checks Carry out final checks, and if there are no incorrect settings, put a check in the check column. [2] Unit-related item sheet Output the “Energy management block” CSV data (apportioned results) from the AE-200 and enter the values. Extracting the CSV data Procedures 1.
  • Page 112 CSV data (apportioned calculation results) “Energy management block” * If “-2” is shown in “Status”, data was not carried over for that day because apportionment could not be calculated for that day. Unit-related item sheet ① ⑦ ④ ④ ② ③...
  • Page 113: Nd Run Check (at Least 10 Days After 1st Billing Function Trial Run)

    7-3-2. 2nd run check (at least 10 days after 1st billing function trial run) From [Option] > [Output - Check sheet for billing function trial run] on the Initial Setting Tool, output the “Items to be checked after 10 days” check sheet (Excel sheet). If there are multiple AE-200 systems, output a check sheet for each system.
  • Page 114: Final Checks

    7-4. Final checks Check that you have all the check sheets and check again that there are no errors. 7-4-1. Final checks for the operation settings Check again that there are no errors in the settings. ① ② ③ ④ ⑤...
  • Page 115: Troubleshooting

    8. Troubleshooting 8-1. Troubleshooting See the table below and troubleshoot accordingly. Problem Possible cause Solution Charge calculation When the specified date • The printer is offline. • Remove the cause of this results are not calculation is performed, (Or the cable is not problem, and print the displayed on or a warning message (e.g.,...
  • Page 116 Problem Possible cause Solution Errors are displayed “Version combination error The combination of • Check the versions of the on the [Malfunction] (0092)” the versions of the AE-200 and AE-50/EW-50. screen under the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 [Status List] menu. is not appropriate for an Refer to section 6 “Initial apportioned electricity settings”...
  • Page 117 Problem Possible cause Solution An error occurs when Error message: The settings on the Initial Check for proper following [Data acquisition] [Data acquisition succeeded. Setting Tool are incorrect. settings again on the Initial is touched on the The inappropriate connected Setting Tool, and correct the [Refrigerant System] unit addresses will be deleted.
  • Page 118: Logging In To The Maintenance Screen

    8-2. Logging in to the Maintenance screen Procedures 1. Touch [ ] at the top right of the AE-200’s LCD to display the login window. 2. Enter the user name and the password on the keyboard screen, and touch [Login]. [Initial Settings] menu screen will appear.
  • Page 119: Replacing The Ae-200

    8-3. Replacing the AE-200 When replacing the AE-200, the stored apportioned data needs to be restored. This section describes how to restore the apportioned data (backup) from the AE-50/EW-50 onto the AE-200. AE-50/EW-50 AE-200 AE-50/EW-50 Replaced AE-200 Replacing the AE-200 Apportioned Apportioned Apportioned...
  • Page 120: Replacing The Ae-50/ew-50

    8-4. Replacing the AE-50/EW-50 When replacing the AE-50/EW-50, the stored apportioned data needs to be restored. This section describes how to restore the AE-200 apportioned data (backup) onto the AE-50/EW-50. AE-50/EW-50 AE-200 AE-50/EW-50 Replaced AE-200 Replacing the AE-50/EW-50 Apportioned Apportioned Apportioned Apportioned data...
  • Page 121 4. Clear the comparison data of AE-50/EW-50. Comparison data This is the data used to compare the latest values on the AE-50/EW-50 and PI controller with the values on the AE-200 when the previous apportionment was calculated, and calculate the increment. Clear the comparison data on the replaced AE-50 or EW-50 connected to the AE-200.
  • Page 122: Replacing The Pi Controller

    8-5. Replacing the PI controller If the PI controller has been replaced, clear the comparison data. Carry out the procedure below for the PI controller to be replaced. Select [PI Controller] as the “Target”. Select the AE-50 or EW-50 the PI controller is connected to as the “Centralized controller”. (With each touch, the display changes in the following sequence: [Exp1]→[Exp2]→[Exp3]→[Exp4].) Select the address of the connected PI controller as the “PI Controller”.
  • Page 123: Other Tasks

    8-6. Other Tasks (1) Data check before charge calculation If you want to recalculate data for which charge calculation has been carried out in the past, do the recalculation on the Charge Calculation Tool using the pre-calculation data shown below. •...
  • Page 124 (3) If there is a unit with “0” amount of operating electric energy Check this using the AE-200 charge parameters (CSV file). Procedures 1. Connect a USB memory to the AE-200. 2. Open the [Maintenance] > [CSV output] screen and, with [Charge Parameters] selected, touch [Output as CSV file].
  • Page 125: Appendix 1. Using The Ae-200 Charge Calculation Support Tool

    • “AE-200ChargeCalc.xlsm” is included in Charge Calculation Tool Ver. 1.10 or later. When the Charge Calculation Tool is installed, “AE-200ChargeCalc.xlsm” is also installed in the following folder. “[Folder in which the Charge Calculation Tool is installed]\Tool” (Default installation: “C:\Program Files\MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION\AE-200 Charge Calculation Tool\Tool”) [1] Preparation Prepare to use “AE-200ChargeCalc.xlsm”.
  • Page 126 2. Open the “Initial setting” sheet of “AE-200ChargeCalc.xlsm” and set delimiters ((,) Comma/ (;) Semicolon), and decimal marker ((.) Dot/(,) Comma) for CSV files to be imported. Make sure to make this setting is the same as the CSV output format of AE-200 Charge Calculation Tool. (Refer to section 4-1-2 “Charge Calculation Tool settings”...
  • Page 127 2. Click [Data file selection/tool creation] to select and open the CSV file of the air conditioning charge ratio. “AE-200ChargeCalc.xlsm” closes automatically and an Excel screen titled “The air-conditioning charge calculation support tool from a charge ratio” opens under a different file name. 3.
  • Page 128 [3] Developing data into the billing form To create bills for tenants, use the Excel screen of “The air-conditioning charge calculation support tool from a charge ratio” to develop data for the Bill form. Procedures 1. Select an energy management block and click the [Creation] button. When the [Creation] button is clicked, the Bill form for printing opens in a new Book and the following items are reflected.
  • Page 129 [4] Changing the Bill form It is possible to change the format of the Bill form. Procedures 1. Start the “AE-200ChargeCalc.xlsm”. 2. Select the Bill form sheet. 3. Change the Bill form to the form you want to use. After changing the form, check the cell position to which the energy management block name, billing year and month, and total air conditioning charges will be output.
  • Page 130 5. Select the reference range field and then select output cells. When output cells are selected, the cells are indicated by a dotted line and are displayed in the reference range field. 6. After changing output cells by repeating 4 and 5, click the [Close] button. 7.
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  • Page 132 This product is designed and intended for use in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environment. The product at hand is based on the following EU regulations: • Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC • Restriction of Hazardous Substances 2011/65/EU Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on this manual before handing it to the customer.

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