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Mitsubishi Electric AG-150A Instruction Book

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Air-conditioner Control System
Centralized Controller
Model: AG-150A
Before using the controller, please read this Instruction Book carefully to ensure proper operation.
Retain this manual for future reference.
CENTRALIZED CONTROLLER AG-150A
Instruction Book
1. Safety precautions .............................................................. 1
2. Introduction ......................................................................... 2
3. Product features ................................................................. 3
5. Initial Start up .................................................................... 13
5-1
expansion controller (PAC-YG50ECA) .................... 13
5-2
expansion controller (PAC-YG50ECA) .................... 15
5-3
connection to expansion controllers ........................ 18
6. User operation .................................................................. 23
6-1
Operation condition monitoring................................ 24
6-2
Adjusting Indoor Unit Operations............................. 27
6-3
Setting Schedules.................................................... 32
6-4
6-5
Filter Sign................................................................. 45
6-6
Checking the Malfunction Log ................................. 46
7. Initial Settings ................................................................... 47
7-1
Bringing up the settings screen ............................... 47
7-2
Locking the screen................................................... 50
7-3
Setting the Current Date and Time .......................... 51
7-4
Register the license ................................................. 52
7-5
Setting the Basic Information................................... 53
7-6
Network Setting ....................................................... 55
7-7
Group Setting........................................................... 59
7-8
Interlocked Setting ................................................... 63
7-9
Block Setting............................................................ 65
7-10 Floor Layout Setting................................................. 67
7-11 Checking the refrigerant systems ............................ 72
7-12 Advanced settings ................................................... 73
8. Function 1 ......................................................................... 74
8-1
8-2
Night setback function ............................................. 77
9. User Setting ...................................................................... 80
9-1
Setting the Maintenance User ................................. 80
9-2
Setting the Building Manager................................... 80
10. Maintenance screen ......................................................... 82
10-1 Copying the data to a USB drive ............................. 82
10-3 Adjusting the touch panel ........................................ 87
11. Cleaning the touch panel .................................................. 88
12. External input/output function ........................................... 89
12-1 External input function ............................................. 89
12-2 External output function ........................................... 90
12-3 LAN connection function.......................................... 90
13. Specifications.................................................................... 91
14. Error code list.................................................................... 92
14-1 M-NET error code .................................................... 92
14-2 EC line error code.................................................... 96
WT05369X09
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    (PAC-YG50ECA) ....13 Initial start up for a system with connection to an expansion controller (PAC-YG50ECA) ....15 Connecting multiple AG-150A to a system with connection to expansion controllers ......18 6. User operation ..............23 Operation condition monitoring........ 24 Adjusting Indoor Unit Operations......
  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Do not spray insect sprays or sprays with flammable Use a security device such as a VPN router when propellants to the controller. connecting the AG-150A to the Internet to prevent To avoid the risk of fire or explosion, do not place unauthorized access.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    The terms “Group,” “Block,” and “EC” used in this manual are defined as follows: Group: Group is a group of air conditioning units and controllers and is the smallest unit that the AG-150A can control. The maximum number of units and controllers that each group can contain is 16.
  • Page 4: Product Features

    3. Product features The controller described in this manual is a centralized controller that can be operated over the Web. Any connected air conditioning systems can be operated or monitored directly from the controller or over the Web using browser software. Refer to the Web browser operation manual (separate volume) for how to use this functions.
  • Page 5 This function is used to make the basic settings for the floor layout and display position Floor Layout of the groups. Up to 384 errors can be stored in memory. (128 errors per AG-150A or expansion Error history monitor controller (64 unit errors, 64 communication errors))
  • Page 6 *1: The item and range that can be operated or monitored depend on the function of the indoor unit. *2: The maximum number of the controllable units varies, depending on the indoor unit. *3: “Air To Water” on the AG-150A screen indicates Booster unit group and Water HEX unit group. * Main and Sub system controllers The controller described in this manual can only be used as a Main controller, not as a Sub controller.
  • Page 7: Component Names And Display Screen Names

    4. Component names and display screen names Note: Power indicator (AG-150A) Before using the AG-150A, remove Not lit ... Power is turned off. the protective sheet on the surface Lit ..Power is turned on. cover. CAUTION If the protective sheet is left on the screen, the sheet may stick to the LCD and cause malfunctions.
  • Page 8 CAUTION • If nothing appears on the display after touching the touch panel several times, the LCD backlight may be damaged. Since continued use may cause malfunctions, stop the operation, and contact the service center. • Touching two points simultaneously will be interpreted as pressing a different point. To avoid malfunctions, only touch one point at a time.
  • Page 9 <Monitor/Operation> Floor layout (simplified icons)(P25) Air conditioning system operation screen(P27) Touch Touch Floor layout (detailed icons)(P24) Block display(P25) Touch Login(P47) – 8 –...
  • Page 10 <Schedule Settings> • Setting the schedule without a license registration Schedule setting screen (floor layout) Weekly(P32) Weekly schedule screen(P34) Schedule setting screen (block display) Weekly(P33) Touch Schedule setting screen (air conditioning units)(P35) Login(P47) – 9 –...
  • Page 11 <Schedule Settings> • Setting the schedule with a license registration Touch Schedule setting screen (block display) Season setting screen(P39) Weekly 1, Weekly 2(P37) Schedule setting screen (floor layout) Weekly schedule screen(P34) Weekly 1, Weekly 2(P37) Schedule setting screen (block display) Annual schedule screen(P39) Current day/annual(P39) Annual schedule pattern setting screen(P39)
  • Page 12 <Status List> Touch [Filter Sign] Malfunction(P43) Touch [Malfunction] Touch Touch Login(P47) Filter sign(P45) <Log> Touch [Communication Error] Touch Unit error(P46) [Unit Error] Touch Touch Login(P47) Communication error(P46) – 11 –...
  • Page 13 <Function 1> Touch [Setback] Touch [Ext Temp Interlock] Ext Temp Interlock(P74) Setback(P77) <User Info> Touch [Building Manager] Touch [Maintenance User] Maintenance User(P80) Building Manager(P80) <Maintenance> Touch [Touch Panel Calibration] Touch [Data Utility] Data Utility(P82) Touch Panel Calibration(P85) Touch [Start Calibration] Calibration(P85) –...
  • Page 14: Initial Start Up

    5. Initial Start up 5-1 Initial start up for a system without connection to an expansion controller (PAC-YG50ECA) After the power is turned on, the language selection window will appear. Select the language to be used for display, and then touch [OK]. Note: It will take approximately 20 seconds for the display to appear after the power is turned on.
  • Page 15 After making the network settings, touch the [Groups] tab, and make the settings. (Refer to Section 7-7 for the details on how to make the group settings.) Make other settings such as block settings and interlocked LOSSNAY settings. Refer to appropriate sections in Chapter 7 on how to make the settings.
  • Page 16: Initial Start Up For A System With Connection To An Expansion Controller (pac-yg50eca)

    Check that the DB No. that appears matches that of the AG-150A. (The DB No. for the AG-150A can be found on the back of the controller, on the package box, or on the LCD. Refer to Section 7-1 (P 47) for how to confirm the DB No.
  • Page 17 After the network settings have been made, touch [Groups], select the EC number from the tab menu, and make the group settings for each EC. * The settings for the units that are connected to a different expansion controller cannot be made. (Refer to Section 7-7 for the details of how to make the settings.) Make other settings such as block settings and interlocked LOSSNAY settings.
  • Page 18 After moving to the [Operation/Monitor] window, the startup screen will appear. Startup takes a maximum of five minutes after the message appears. (It takes about two to three minutes when no communication errors occur.) – 17 –...
  • Page 19: Connecting Multiple Ag-150a To A System With Connection To Expansion Controllers

    Controllers with different DB No. cannot be connected to each other. (4) Miscellaneous restrictions • Controllers such as AG-150A connected to a system must have the same settings for the settings such as Group or Interlocked ventilation. Different settings for the settings such as Group or Interlocked ventilation cannot be made in a system.
  • Page 20 Shown below is how to connect two or more AG-150A controllers to a system. Refer to the respective manual for more information about how to connect other types of controllers. (5) Make the settings (e.g., IP address) for the expansion controller network, and switch on the power.
  • Page 21 (10) Make the settings for the expansion controller IP (10) Make the settings for the expansion controller IP address, M-NET, and external input. address. Touch “Save Settings” to confirm that the settings for the M- NET and external input are the same as the ones made for the first unit (master).
  • Page 22 (13) Make the settings for the block and group names. (13) Make the settings for the block and group names. The settings for the 2nd and subsequent units do not need to be the same as the settings for the Master unit. (14) Make the settings for the floor layout.
  • Page 23 Perform a test run to check for proper settings. To make the settings described in the Expansion Controller Installation/Instructions Manual under section 5-2-3. “Prohibiting connection of AG-150A and other controllers,” make those settings after the initial settings are made for all controllers and after test runs are completed.
  • Page 24: User Operation

    6. User operation The following screens are used under user operation. • Floor layout/block display screens ......Displays the operation status (ON/OFF) and error status of the air conditioning system This is the screen that is normally used. • Air conditioning system operation setting screen ..Use to perform collective or individual group operation (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 25: Operation Condition Monitoring

    6-1 Operation condition monitoring • This function displays the ON/OFF/Malfunction status of specific units or groups. Floor-switching button Button used to switch Group icon the floors Area selection frame Group selection frame Indicates which area on Indicates the group that is the floor is displayed on selected the screen.
  • Page 26 <Group display (simplified icons)> The following icons indicate the operation status. : On : Off : Error • Pressing the Zoom-in button returns to the screen with detailed icon. • By pressing the floor switching button, air conditioning systems on other floors can be checked.
  • Page 27 * When multiple AG-150A controllers are connected by connecting an expansion controller to the system, “Schedule setting enabled,” “Energy-save control,” and “During night setback” will be displayed only on the AG-150A controller that is executing these functions. – 26 –...
  • Page 28: Adjusting Indoor Unit Operations

    6-2 Adjusting Indoor Unit Operations The setting for the control of air conditioning units (general equipments, PWFY) and the permit/prohibit setting from the local remote controller are made on this screen. * The screen will show the status of the units at the time the screen is opened, any change that may take place after the screen is opened will not be reflected.
  • Page 29 Function Operation method Display Set Air Direction Set the air flow direction 5-directions model with the Up/Down arrows below “Air Direction” function. (Mid 3) (Mid 2) (Mid 1) (Mid 0) (Horizontal) (Swing) (Auto) (Swing and Auto are not available on some indoor unit(s). Depending on the indoor unit four or five air flow directions are available.) Fan speed Use the Up/Down...
  • Page 30 (2) Ventilation equipment (LOSSNAY) group 1ON/OFF switch 2Operation mode switch Item selection frame An orange frame appears around the selected item. 3Fan Speed 4Remote operation 5Filter sign reset 7Cancel prohibit switch Function Operation method Display ON/OFF Select the operation An orange frame will appear around the selected button. status (ON or OFF).
  • Page 31 (3) PWFY (Booster and Water HEX unit) group 1ON/OFF switch 2Operation mode switch 3Temperature Item selection frame An orange frame appears around the selected item. 4Remote operation 5Circulating water 7Cancel prohibit switch replacement sign reset Function Operation method Display 1 ON/OFF Select the operation status An orange frame will appear around the selected button.
  • Page 32 Function Operation method Display 7 Cancel Press the Cancel button to Pressing the Cancel button cancels the change and takes the screen back to the cancel the change. previous screen (Floor layout or Block display). (4) General equipment group Function Operation method Display 1 ON/OFF...
  • Page 33: Setting Schedules

    Weekly schedule for each group can be set. When a license is registered, it is possible to set different weekly (2 types)/annual/today's schedules for each group. * When multiple AG-150A controllers are connected by connecting an expansion controller to the system, schedule settings for the groups should be made only on one of the AG-150A controllers.
  • Page 34 (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 35 (2) Select the day of the week Select the days of the week from the weekly schedule setting screen and touch the schedule content button to bring up the schedule content setting screen. The ON/OFF events that are schedules will appear as inverted triangles and triangles ( : ON;...
  • Page 36 (4) Copy a schedule to another day of the week or to another group Copy button Paste button To copy the schedule of a given day to another day, select the days of the week from the weekly schedule setting screen, touch [Copy] to select it, select a day to copy the schedule to, and touch [Paste].
  • Page 37 • Optimized start-up schedule function Optimized start-up schedule function is a function that starts an air conditioning unit 5 - 60 minutes prior in order to reach the scheduled temperature at the scheduled time. Note: A unit starts 30 minutes prior at the first boot. Note: If the room temperature is measured by the air-conditioner’s suction temperature sensor, the temperature may not be correct when the air-conditioner is inactive and the air is not fresh.
  • Page 38 6-3-2 Setting the schedule with a registered license When a license (PIN CODE) is registered, it is possible to set different weekly (2 types)/annual/today’s schedules for each air conditioner group. Moreover, for any weekly/annual/today’s schedule run for a particular day, the priority in which it is run will be from the highest and the order will be [Today’s], [Annual], [Weekly].
  • Page 39 (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 40 (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 41 (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 42 (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. 6-3-2-3 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 43 (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 44: Checking The List Of Malfunctioning Units

    6-4 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. Note: If an error occurs, check the unit address, error code and error description before consulting your dealer or service center. 1Floor name or Block name Floor name or...
  • Page 45 When an error is reset, units other than the ones in error may come to a stop. Types of units in error and the affected units that will stop Units in error Units that stop AG-150A (EC) None Outdoor unit All indoor units that are connected to the outdoor unit in error...
  • Page 46: Checking The List Of Units With A Triggered Filter Sign

    6-5 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. 1Floor name or Block name 4Number of...
  • Page 47: Checking The Malfunction Log

    6-6 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). Touch [Communication error] in the sub menu to see the M-NET transmission error history (latest 64 events). 2Communication 1Unit error log error log...
  • Page 48: Initial Settings

    7. Initial Settings 7-1 Bringing up the settings screen Touching the Setting Change button on the top right hand on the Main menu will bring up the Login window. Touch “User Name” and “Password” on the screen, and enter them. Touch the Login button. If the user name and the password match, the Setting Change screen will appear.
  • Page 49 Keyboard Screen The screen below is used to enter characters and numbers on the Initial Settings screen. 2Arrow Button 1Text display field 3Delete button 4Keyboard 7Numeric character/ symbol button 8OK button 6Alphabetic character (lower case) button 9Cancel button 5Alphabetic character (capital) button Item Description...
  • Page 50 Handwriting input screen When “Japanese” or “Chinese” is selected, characters can be input by using a handwriting pad. 3Input candidate character button 1Handwriting input area 4Memorized input word button 5Handwriting 2Clear button switch button Item Description This area is used to input characters. Handwrite a character in this area.
  • Page 51: Locking The Screen

    7-2 Locking the screen Locking the screen prevents unauthorized users from accessing. Screen lock function is available only when [Use] is selected on the [Unit information] window of [Initial setting] window. Note: The initial setting is set to [Do not use]. If [Use] is selected, the screen locks when the backlight is off (after 10 minutes of not pressing anything).
  • Page 52: Setting The Current Date And Time

    Note: The clock setting made on the screen below will be reflected on the clocks on other units that are connected to the M-NET line, on the expansion controllers (PAC-YG50ECA), and on the AG-150A controller whose “Time master setting” is set to Sub.
  • Page 53: Register The License

    Touch the “Trial” button to register a one-day license that is valid for one day from the time the button is touched. (Web Monitor License Only) Note: When multiple AG-150A controllers are connected by connecting an expansion controller to the system, the license to use the optional functions is required only for the AG-150A controller on which the functions are actually used.
  • Page 54: Setting The Basic Information

    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 55 7-5-2 Setting the Display Format Data, time, temperature, language, test run, screen lock, and room temp disp. are set on the window below. Date button Time button Temperature button Language button Test run enable/disable button Screen lock enable/disable button Room Temp Disp. button (1) Select the date format.
  • Page 56: Network Setting

    7-6-1-1 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 57 7-6-3 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 58 EC tab menu, and make the settings for the AG-150A and the connected ECs. First, select [AG-150A] from the EC tab menu, and make the settings for the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address of the AG- 150A.
  • Page 59 (2) When K-Control air conditioners are connected, enter the M-NET address of K transmission converter in the [K Converter Address] field. * When K-control units are connected, set the AG-150A address to “0.” * The addresses of the K-control indoor units should be larger than those assigned to indoor units M-transmission indoor units.
  • Page 60: 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 61 (2) To change the icons, touch the icon selection button, and select the desired icon from the ones that appear. Item selection frame An orange frame appears around the selected unit(s). (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 62 (5) Press [Save setting] on the group setting window to save the settings. * When changes are made to the settings, it will take a few minutes for the screen to return to the Main menu. 7-7-3 Registering general equipment in the group (1) To register general equipment, touch the unit selection button of the group to set.
  • Page 63 (4) In the [Monitor] section, select whether to display I/P to or from the general equipment on the monitor screen. General equipment display setting button (5) Press the [Save setting] on the group setting window to save the settings. • Registering general equipment in the group for a system with connection to an expansion controller (PAC-YG50ECA) From the menu bar on the Setting change window, touch [Initial Settings] >...
  • Page 64: 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 65 (2) Touch the Interlocked indoor unit button to bring up the interlocked indoor unit selection window, and touch the number assigned to the unit to register. An orange frame will appear around the selected items. Touch again to deselect the selected items. Touch again to deselect the selected item (no orange frame).
  • Page 66: 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 67 • Making the block settings for a system with connection to an expansion controller (PAC-YG50ECA) To perform a batch monitoring/control of multiple air conditioning unit groups, the groups need to be registered to a block. Touch [Blocks] on the window that appears when [Initial Settings] on the menu bar in the setting change window to register groups to a block. Note: Although not shown on the LCD, blocks are used as a unit of control for energy-saving and peak-cut control.
  • Page 68: Floor Layout Setting

    7-10 Floor Layout Setting To change the floor layout on the main operation screen or to change the display position of the groups on the floor, touch the [Floor layout] tab in the setting change window. Note: If the user logs in as a building manager, some of the operations may be prohibited. Floor switching button Group Number...
  • Page 69 (2) Changing the floor level name or floor name Press the floor name button on the basic floor setting window, and enter the floor name in three characters or less. Press the floor name button and enter the floor name in 20 characters or less.
  • Page 70 * Create a suitable file for each floor. (File size is fixed to 1890 × 660.) * Use more than two floors if one floor divided in six is not enough. The followings are available colors for files. (RGB display) * Use only colors that are shown below otherwise the color may not be displayed correctly.
  • Page 71 7-10-2 Changing the floor layout On the Floor Layout screen, select the group to be moved. (An orange frame appears around the selected group.) * Groups that have been registered but not assigned a designated spot will appear at the top left corner of the bottom floor. (If the maximum number of displayable groups in the space described above is exceeded, the rest of the groups will be displayed in the space on the right of it.)
  • Page 72 7-10-3 Moving the group in the area Orange frame On the Floor Layout window, select the group to be moved. Press and hold (for 1 second) Yellow-green frame (movable status) Press the group for one second, then the frame of the icon turns from orange to yellow-green and the icon becomes movable status.
  • Page 73: Checking The Refrigerant Systems

    7-11 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 74: Advanced Settings

    Advanced settings are required for a system with connection to an expansion controller to which a high-level controller in addition to AG-150A is connected. To make the advanced settings, touch [Initial settings]>[Advanced settings] from the menu bar on the setting change screen.
  • Page 75: Function 1

    8. Function 1 8-1 Outside temperature interlock function The purpose of this function is to avoid heat shock (physical shock caused by the extreme temperature difference when entering into a building) during cooling operation. It adjusts the setting temperature in order to lower the temperature difference between indoor and outdoor.
  • Page 76 8-1-1 Setting of outside temperature interlock function To use outside temperature interlock function, touch [Function 1] on the menu bar on the setting change window, and then touch [Ext Temp Interlock] tab. In this window, outside temperature measuring unit and control level for each group can be set. Note: If the user logs in as a building manager, some of the operations may be prohibited.
  • Page 77 Note: If the user logs in as a building manager, some of the operations may be prohibited. Note: When multiple AG-150A controllers are connected by connecting an expansion controller to the system, this function should only be used on one of the AG-150A controllers.
  • Page 78: Night Setback Function

    8-2 Night setback function Night setback function is a function that prevents indoor dew or extreme temperature rise by heating/cooling automatically when the room temperature goes outside of the specific range during the set time period. Note: When the air conditioning group with night setback function is off and when the temperature exceeds the preset temperature, heating/cooling operation starts.
  • Page 79 8-2-3 Setting of lower/upper limit temperature After setting the time period, lower/upper limit temperature for each group can be set. Lower/Upper limit temperature setting button Touch lower/upper limit temperature setting button to show the window below. Set the temperature by pressing  button. When [--] is set, setback control will not be operated.
  • Page 80 Note: Be sure to make the settings while the expansion controller is connected. Note: When multiple AG-150A controllers are connected by connecting an expansion controller to the system, this function should only be used on one of the AG-150A controllers.
  • Page 81: User Setting

    9. User Setting Touch [User Info] on the menu bar in the setting change window to jump to the user setting window. 9-1 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 82 Table Available Function List Function Content Date and time Current date and time setting Unit Info AG-150A unit information settings, connection or non-connection of EC Network AG-150A network setting, external output setting Advanced setting AG-150A Master/Sub clock setting Group name...
  • Page 83: Maintenance Screen

    To copy the data to a USB drive, plug the USB into a USB port, and touch [Data Utility] in the screen that appears when [Maintenance] on the setting change screen is touched. Note: Check that normal communication between the AG-150A and expansion controller is established before copying data to the USB drive.
  • Page 84 Touch the button to select, and touch again to deselect. With the button selected, touch the [Copy to USB Memory] button to copy the charge parameter data to the \[Serial Number]\[OperationalData]\[ChargeParameters]\[Date] folder 3Charge parameters in the root folder of the USB memory in the CSV format. If the folder does not already exist,one will be created.
  • Page 85 Example) Without/With connection to an expansion controller 2010/03/10-2010/03/12 Address 01 Date,SaveValue,TermoTime,FanTime,SubHeaterTime 2010/03/10,57,150,0 2010/03/11,76,122,178,0 2010/05/12,84,134,194,0 Power consumption data The format of the CSV file that is output when the power consumption data is saved is as follows: Note: Dates in the folder name, the file name,and the file contents are displayed in the format selected on the Initial Setting Web. “March 10, 2010”...
  • Page 86 Example) Without connection to an expansion controller 10/03/2010-12/03/2010 MCP 50-3 No.,Date,Count value(Ch1), Count value(Ch2), Count value(Ch3), Count value(Ch4) 503,2010/03/10,100000.00,0,0,0 503,2010/03/11,100100.00,0,0,0 503,2010/03/12,100250.00,0,0,0 Example) With connection to an expansion controller 10/03/2010-12/03/2010 MCP 1-50-3 No.,Date,Count value(Ch1), Count value(Ch2), Count value(Ch3), Count value(Ch4) 1503,2010/03/10,100000.00,0,0,0 1503,2010/03/11,100100.00,0,0,0 1503,2010/03/12,100250.00,0,0,0 –...
  • Page 87: Reading Setting Data From Usb Memory

    Note: If the folder name or file name is different from the given name, no data can be read. Note: Check that normal communication between the AG-150A and expansion controller is established before reading in data from the USB drive.
  • Page 88: Adjusting The Touch Panel

    10-3 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 89: Cleaning The Touch Panel

    11. 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 90: External Input/output Function

    12. External input/output function • External signal input requires the external I/O adapter (PAC-YG10HA-E; sold separately). • If an expansion controller is connected, the external input/output function can be set to use only the expansion controller. • Refer to the Installation Manual and the Instructions Book for the unit and expansion controller (PAC-YG50ECA) for details. 12-1 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.
  • Page 91: External Output Function

    Notes: • Using level signals • While the Emergency stop contact is ON, centralized controller and local remote controller operation (ON/OFF only) is prohibited. After the emergency stop is cancelled, air conditioning systems will remain stopped and will require manual operation if they need to be started back up.
  • Page 92: Specifications

    13. Specifications Item Specifications 17VDC~32VDC * Not used when an M-NET expansion controller is Power supply * Power supply: PAC-SC51KUA used. Controller drive 24VDC Operating 0 ~ 40°C [32~104°F] Temperature Non operating -20 ~ 60°C [-4~140°F] Humidity 30 ~ 90 %RH (No condensation) Weight 2.1kg [4.6 lb] 300 ×...
  • Page 93: Error Code List

    14. Error code list Notes: • The list below contains all error codes. Some of these error codes may not be applicable to the system to which the PAC-YG50ECA is connected. 14-1 M-NET error code The following is a list of the error codes and their meaning. (A) indicates A-control units 0100 “Blanket unit error”...
  • Page 94 2501 “Water system not operate due to water supply suspension” 2502 “Water system not operate due to drain pump abnormality” 2503 “Water system not operate due to drain sensor abnormality/float switch function” 2504 “Water system not operate due to liquid level abnormality” 2505 “Water system not operate due to cool water valve abnormality”...
  • Page 95 423* “Inverter radiating thermostat abnormality - Inverter No.: *” 4240 “Inverter overcurrent (overload) protection” 424* “Inverter overcurrent protection - Inverter No.: *” 4250 “Inverter IPM/bus voltage abnormality” /Power module abnormality (A) 425* “Inverter IPM abnormality *” 4260 “Inverter cooling fan trouble” 426* “Inverter cooling fan trouble - Inverter No.: *”...
  • Page 96 6753 “K abnormality - Transmit/receive error” 6754 “K abnormality - Drain sensor abnormality, Float switch function” 6755 “K abnormality - Drain pump abnormality” 6756 “K abnormality - Coil frost/overheat protection” 6757 “K abnormality - System error” 6758 “K abnormality - Outdoor unit trouble, Indoor/outdoor communication error” 6761 “K abnormality - Room temperature thermistor abnormality”...
  • Page 97: Ec Line Error Code

    Response ID error [7901] Maximum connectable No. of units exceeded [7902] Connection lock error [7903] Unit information error [7904] System setting error [7905] Version error *1 EC line error: Error between the AG-150A etc. and expansion controller (PAC-YG50ECA) – 96 –...
  • Page 100 This product is designed and intended for use in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environment. This product at hand is • Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC based on the following • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive EU regulations: 2004/108/EC Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on this manual before handing it to the customer.

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