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Samsung MCM-A00N User Manual

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    DVM CHILLER User manual Module control MCM-A00N • Thank you for purchasing this Samsung air conditioner. • Before operating this unit, please read this user manual carefully and retain it for future reference.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety information Safety information PREPARATION Name of the parts Display Buttons Check before use Module or group operation Operation pattern for modules Operation pattern for groups OPERATION Selecting group or module Group or module Cooling Operation Cool mode Cool storage mode Heating Operation Heat mode Hot water mode...

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    Quick Smart Features Quiet function Demand function Forced fan function Water law function Water outlet display Monitoring function Energy-Saving Operation Weekly timer Holiday setting Checking the timer Off timer SETTING Additional Features Setting the additional function (Example) English...

  • Page 5: Safety Information

    Safety information Safety information These safety precautions are for owner’s safety and preventions of property damage. Therefore, please read this manual thoroughly before using your product. WARNING Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury or death. CAUTION Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor personal injury or property damage.

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    For installation WARNING The installation of this product must be performed by a qualified technician or service company. • Failure to do so may result in electric shock, fire, product malfunction, or injury. Connect the power with rated voltage when installing. •...

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    Safety information CAUTION Install the product on a hard and even place that can support its weight. • If the place cannot support its weight, the product may fall down and it may cause product damage. For power supply WARNING Do not pull or excessively bend the power cord.

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    Contact a service center to reinstall the product. • If not, there is risk of product malfunction, water leakage, electric shock or fire. • A delivery service for the product is not provided. If you reinstall the product in another location, additional construction costs and installation fee will be charged.

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    Safety information For operation CAUTION Do not allow water to enter the product. • There is risk of fire or explosion. Do not operate the product with wet hands. • There is risk of electric shock. Do not spray volatile material such as insecticide onto the product.

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    For cleaning WARNING Do not clean the product by spraying water directly onto it. Do not use benzene, thinner, acetone or alcohol to clean the product. • This may result in discoloration, deformation, damage, electric shock or fire. English...

  • Page 11: Preparation

    Name of the parts A module control controls DVM CHILLERs by each group or module. Display On/Off button Temp. adjustment button 10 English...

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    Display Description • Displays the operation mode. • Displays the set or current water temperature (°C, °F). NOTE • Press button to display the set water temperature for 3 seconds. • The default is the current water temperature, and it can be changed into the set water temperature in the service setting mode.

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    Name of the parts Display Description • Displayed when button input is restricted. • Restricted display will appear when the buttons are restricted due to central control or when a combined operation cannot be performed. NOTE • The module control will be restricted in the following cases. Example1) Displayed when pressing button in the central control.

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    Display Description • Displayed when the defrost function operates. NOTE ⑫ • Defrost function is to remove frost on the outdoor unit during operating the heat mode. • Displayed when selecting the button lock function. ⑬ NOTE • To lock the buttons of the module control, press button.

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    Name of the parts Display Description • Displayed when selecting a group or a module while setting the ⑳ weekly timer. (Group : 1 ~ 4, Module : 1 ~ 8) • Displayed Set on or Set off while setting or displaying timer. NOTE •...

  • Page 16: Buttons

    Buttons No use Classification Button Description • Turns on or off all the DVM CHILLERs. • You can turn on or off all the connected modules and groups. Start/ All start/stop NOTE Stop button • When turning off all units and turn them back on, the units will operate in a previously selected mode.

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    Name of the parts Classification Button Description • Turns on or off a group or a module individually. • When a module or a group is turned off, temperature or mode displays will not appear. Start/ On/Off Stop button NOTE •...

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    Classification Button Description Group/ Module • Selects a group or module control. button • Shows the result of monitoring water outlet, Monitor ⑩ water inlet, outdoor air, high and low pressure button of refrigerant, and water flow rate. Option Pattern •...

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    Name of the parts Classification Button Description • Exits to normal mode without saving your ⑱ ESC button changes while setting the timer or the additional function. • Deletes the timer. Common Delete NOTE function ⑲ button • Press button for 3 seconds to delete all the timers while the display shows the timers.

  • Page 20: Check Before Use

    Check before use Module or group operation Module/group operation is to combine multiple units in modules or groups of a single water pipe system and to operate them depending on the working condition. Module control F3, F4 Main Main Main Main Unit 0 Unit 7...

  • Page 21: Operation Pattern For Modules

    Check before use Operation pattern for modules The default is Standard control. It can be changed in the installation service mode. Contact a service center for further details. When the current water temperature reaches the set temperature, On/Off control will be performed by each unit.

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    Rotation control DVM CHILLER’s water outlet temperature is controlled according to the water outlet temperature average value of all units which operates by pumps in a module. However, if you set “Use” for an external water temperature sensor, it controls the water outlet tmeperature according to a temperature value from the sensor.

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    Check before use Efficiency control DVM CHILLER’s water outlet temperature is controlled according to the water outlet temperature average value of all units which operates by pumps in a module. However, if you set “Use” for an external water temperature sensor, it controls the water outlet tmeperature according to a temperature value from the sensor.

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    Unit 0 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Operation of 1 unit Unit 0 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Pressure Operation with efficient Hz control Efficient operating condition Unit 0 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 The maximum Pressure Pressure Pressure Pressure...

  • Page 25: Operation Pattern For Groups

    Check before use Operation pattern for groups Set a group to control DVM CHILLER as a high-capacity chiller. The default is Efficiency control. Standard control All modules start operating at the same time, and each module operates in the operation pattern which set in the installation service mode.

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    Rotation control DVM CHILLER’s water outlet temperature is controlled according to the water outlet temperature average value of all units which operates by pumps in a module. However, if you set “Use” for an external water temperature sensor, it controls the water outlet temperature according to a temperature value from the sensor.

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    Check before use Efficiency control DVM CHILLER’s water outlet temperature is controlled according to the water outlet temperature average value of all units which operates by pumps in a module. However, if you set “Use” for an external water temperature sensor, it controls the water outlet temperature according to a temperature value from the sensor.

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    Module 1 Module 2 Unit 0 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Start operating all units in the module Module 1 Module 2 Unit 0 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Start operating all units Operation with efficient Hz in the module Efficient operating condition...

  • Page 29: Operation

    Selecting group or module Group or module You can control the DVM CHILLERs by groups or modules. Select Select a Group/ group/module Module number 28 English...

  • Page 30: Cooling Operation

    Cooling Operation Cool mode It is a basic cooling operation mode to cool the indoor area by providing chilled water. Select Select Group/ Cool Module NOTE • It may take a while for the water to reach the set temperature. •...

  • Page 31: Cool Storage Mode

    Cooling Operation Cool storage mode It is a cooling operation mode to cool the indoor area by ice that is stored in the cool storage tank. Select Select Cool Group/ Storage Module NOTE • The water outlet temperature range is 5 ~ 25 °C (41 ~ 77 °F), and you can adjust the set temperature by pressing button.

  • Page 32: Heating Operation

    Heating Operation Heat mode It is a heating operation mode to warm the indoor area by providing hot water in spring, autumn and winter. Select Select Group/ Heat Module NOTE • It may take a while for the water to reach the set temperature.

  • Page 33: Operation Pattern Setting

    Operation pattern setting Operation pattern You can set an operation pattern by each group or module. Select Efficiency/ Rotation/Standard NOTE • Efficiency Rotation Standard will be repeatedly selected in order. • For details about each operation pattern, refer to "Check before use".

  • Page 34: Quick Smart Features

    Quick Smart Features You can use the multiple applied functions at one time. Quiet function This function will reduce the operation noise. When DVM CHILLER is operating or stopped NOTE • It will operate depending on the standard that you set in the installation service mode.

  • Page 35: Forced Fan Function

    Quick Smart Features Forced fan function This function will operate fan to prevent snow accumulation on the fan of DVM CHILLER. When DVM CHILLER is operating or stopped NOTE • A stopped fan of DVM CHILLER operates. Use this function when snow is accumulated because you do not use the product for long period of time.

  • Page 36: Water Outlet Display

    Water outlet display You can check the current water temperature. operation NOTE • The current water temperature is displayed for about 3 seconds. Monitoring function Each time you press button, you can check the temperature of water outlet, water inlet, outdoor air and water flow rate, and also check the status of high and low pressure of refrigerant.

  • Page 37: Energy-saving Operation

    Energy-Saving Operation Weekly timer This function will turn on or off the outdoor unit automatically at the desired day and time. 1 Select Weekly timer. Select Weekly 2 Select the desired day for timer. Select the day NOTE • When pressing button while the desired day is blinking, the underline will be displayed and the stage will be completed.

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    3 Select the desired time. Select AM/PM Select hour Select minute NOTE • The set time is displayed as 12-hours system even you already set 24-hours system. • When pressing the button in the time stage, you move to the previous stage, the day stage. 4 Select a group or a module.

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    Energy-Saving Operation 6 Select Set On or Set Off. Select Set On/Set Off NOTE • When selecting Set Off, the setting is completed. • You can set a timer for a group or a module. The module in the group will operate by the group timer, but not by the module timer.

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    8 Set a water outlet temperature. Adjust the temperature 9 Complete the timer after selecting an operation pattern. Select the operation pattern. NOTE • Press button to cancel the timer while setting the weekly timer. • When the central control has been set, you cannot set the timer.

  • Page 41: Holiday Setting

    Energy-Saving Operation Holiday setting This function will exclude the desired day from a weekly timer by setting holidays. When setting a holiday, the weekly timer will not operate on that day. 1 Select Holiday setting. Select Holiday 2 Complete the setting after selecting the desired day. Select the day NOTE...

  • Page 42: Checking The Timer

    Checking the timer Weekly timer This function will show the weekly timers by timer numbers. Display the timer's details NOTE • To modify the selected timer, press button while the display shows the timer's details. Refer to the Weekly timer for modifying the timer. •...

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    Energy-Saving Operation Timer by days This function will show the timers by days of week. Display ‘Daily’ Select the Display the day of week timer’s details NOTE • You cannot modify the selected timer while the timer of a certain day is displayed. Holidays This function will show the holidays of timers.

  • Page 44: Off Timer

    Off timer This function will turn off DVM CHILLER after operating during the set time from when completing the timer setting. Off timer can be set in additional function, and the setting should be done every time you use it. English...

  • Page 45: Setting

    Additional Features Item Description Main menu Displays main menu value of the service mode table. Sub menu Displays sub menu value of the service mode table. Page Displays Page value of the service mode table. Data Segment Displays Data value of the service mode table. Synchronized segment for Displays the data value of the Page on the left side of the setting the current time...

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    Main Function Initial value Page Range Save menu menu 00 ~ 12 hour(s) Off timer Save (by an hour) Lock all 0 - Unlock, 1 - Lock Save Lock timer 0 - Unlock, 1 - Lock Save (yy) year 00 ~ 99 Save (mm) month 01 ~ 12...

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    Additional Features Main Function Initial value Page Range Save menu menu 01 ~ 12 Month Save Start the (Jan. ~ Dec.) summer time Sunday on function (by a 1 ~ 4 (week) or the selected Save week) F - the last week week 01 ~ 12 Month...

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    Main Function Initial value Page Range Save menu menu Display the The number number of of the User setting temperature temperature 00 ~ 16 functions control control devices/ devices/ thermostats thermostats Reset to the default value 0 - No use, of user mode (except the 1 - Reset current time)

  • Page 49: Setting The Additional Function (example)

    Additional Features Setting the additional function (Example) It is an example to set the current time. 1 Enter the user mode and then select today's date setting in the main menu. Display the Select 4 main menu 2 Move to the sub menu and then set today's year, month, day and day of week.

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    5 Set 'day' (01 ~ 31). Select 3 Set the 6 Set 'day of week' (0[Mon.] ~ 6[Sat]). Select 4 Select the day of week 7 Complete today's date setting. 8 Move to the sub menu and then set the current time. Display the Select 2 sub menu...

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    Additional Features 9 Move to Page and then set 'hour'. Display Set the the Page current hour NOTE • The AM/PM display may be changed depending on 12-hours or 24-hours. – AM or PM will be displayed if you set 12-hours, and AM and PM will be displayed at a time if you set 24-hours.

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