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Mitsubishi Electric Building
Air Conditioning Control System
MJ-310E
Operation Manual (Management)
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10. System Display ······································································································································ 33
11. Help ························································································································································ 39
12. Error code list ········································································································································ 40
13. System Operation Precautions ·············································································································· 43
14. Maintenance and Service ······················································································································ 45
Please read this manual before using the unit.
Please keep this manual for future use.
Safety Precautions ································································································································ 1
Precautions Before Starting Use ············································································································ 2
Names and Functions of Each Part ······································································································ 3
3.1
Screen Configuration ···················································································································· 3
3.2
Operations ···································································································································· 3
3.3
Functions Table ···························································································································· 4
Screen Basic Operation ························································································································ 5
4.1
Button Selection Method ·············································································································· 5
4.2
Operation Contents and Function Select Buttons and Display Unit Buttons ······························ 5
4.3
Display Unit Buttons Operation ···································································································· 6
4.4
Screen Saver Display ·················································································································· 7
Initialization Before Use ·························································································································· 8
5.1
Schedule Setting ·························································································································· 8
5.2
Air-conditioning Charge Setting ···································································································· 8
5.2.1
Charge setting ················································································································ 8
5.2.2
Settlement-date designation setting ················································································ 9
Normal Operation ·································································································································· 10
6.0
Monitor/Operation·························································································································· 10
6.1
On/Off Operation ·························································································································· 11
6.2
Operation Status Monitor ············································································································ 11
6.3
Operation Details ·························································································································· 12
Schedule Setting ···································································································································· 15
7.1
Week Schedule Setting ················································································································ 15
7.2
Year Schedule Setting ·················································································································· 17
7.3
Schedule Setting in Group Units ·································································································· 19
Maintenance Operation ·························································································································· 21
8.1
Abnormality History and Operation History ·················································································· 21
8.2
Cumulative Time Monitor ·············································································································· 23
8.3
Filter Reset Operation ·················································································································· 24
8.4
Abnormality Occurrence ·············································································································· 24
8.4.1
Abnormality Display ········································································································ 24
8.4.2
Abnormality Reset Operation ·························································································· 25
8.4.3
Corrective Action When Watt Hour Meter Abnormal ······················································ 25
8.5
Fire Alarm Stop ···························································································································· 26
Air-Conditioning Energy Monitor ············································································································ 27
9.1
Charge Display Function ·············································································································· 27
9.2
Block and Watt Hour Meter Air-conditioning Energy Monitor Display ·········································· 28
9.3
Air-conditioning Charge Output ···································································································· 28
9.4
Under Stop Charge ······················································································································ 31
9.5
Air-conditioning Charge Basic Setting ·························································································· 32
9.6
Recalculate the Air-conditioning Charge ······················································································ 32
10.1 System configuration display ········································································································ 33
10.2 Charge system display ················································································································ 36
11.1 Version Information ······················································································································ 39
11.2 Contents ······································································································································ 39
13.1 Usage Right ·································································································································· 43
13.2 Operation and Setting Precautions ······························································································ 43
13.3 Air-conditioning Charge Precautions ···························································································· 43
13.4 Others ·········································································································································· 44

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Mitsubishi Electric Building Air Conditioning Control System MJ-310E Operation Manual (Management) Safety Precautions ································································································································ 1 Precautions Before Starting Use ············································································································ 2 Names and Functions of Each Part ······································································································ 3 Screen Configuration ···················································································································· 3 Operations ···································································································································· 3 Functions Table ···························································································································· 4 Screen Basic Operation ························································································································...
  • Page 2 In this manual, Microsoft Windows NT Version 4.0 is called Windows NT or Windows NT4.0. Microcrosoft Windows 2000 Professional is called Windows 2000. Microsoft Excel 2000 is called MS-Excel 2000. Trademarks MS, Microsoft, Microsoft logo, and Windows are registered trademarks and trade names of Microsoft Corporation. Each company may use as registered trademarks and trade names the product names used in this manual.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    - Mitsubishi Electric and associated suppliers are not responsible for any collateral, secondary, or special damages, even if notified by the distributor of the possibility of a certain type of damage. Mitsubishi Electric is not responsible for any rights claimed by a third-party.
  • Page 4: Precautions Before Starting Use

    2. Precautions Before Starting Use Before using the MJ-310E, thoroughly read the following precautions: Also read Chapter 13 System Operation Precautions. (1) Installation conditions check Check the wiring, connection, initial settings etc of the personal computer and peripheral devices. Verify that each device is installed in accordance with its installation and instruction manuals.
  • Page 5: Names And Functions Of Each Part

    3. Names and Functions of Each Part 3.1 Screen Configuration The Management screen consists of the following parts: Hard Copy button Display unit buttons Function select buttons Floor switching buttons Display & operation section Message bar Management screen Display & operation section: Displays and operates the function selected at the function select buttons Function select buttons: Select the function Display unit buttons:...
  • Page 6: Functions Table

    3.3 Functions Table The MJ-310E has two major functions. 1) Function which monitors the operation status of the air conditioner and controls and sets the air conditioner. 2) Operation function and system initialization and maintenance function. This section mainly describes function 1).
  • Page 7: Screen Basic Operation

    4. Screen Basic Operation The function is selected with the function select buttons (top left-hand side of screen) and the operation object is displayed on the display & operation screen with the display unit buttons (top right of screen). 4.1 Button Selection Method (1) Select the function [Procedure] Function select buttons...
  • Page 8: Display Unit Buttons Operation

    4.3 Display Unit Buttons Operation (1) Group selection [Procedure] 1) Click the Floor display unit button 2) Select the object group from the floor switching buttons (left-hand side of screen) The selected floor is exhibited on the display & operation screen. 3) Click the object group icon on the displayed floor Floor switching buttons Floor screen...
  • Page 9: Screen Saver Display

    The following messages flow across the screen saver screen. Message contents Contents No abnormalities in system equipment and air conditioner (When normal) MJ-310E Watt hour meter failure Abnormality detected at watt hour meter monitor Serious failure Abnormality detected at IFU or G/W...
  • Page 10: Initialization Before Use

    5. Initialization Before Use 5.1 Schedule Setting For a description of the schedule setting method, see chapter 7. Schedule Setting. 5.2 Air-conditioning Charge Setting When the “Energy monitoring” button at the top left-hand side of the Control screen is clicked, the Air-conditioning energy mon- itoring screen is opened.
  • Page 11: Settlement-Date Designation Setting

    (3) Set the standard (fixed) charge Block units and watt hour meter units standard charge (per month) can be set. However, for standard charge in watt hour meter units, only the watt hour meter unit charge object (K controller, OA processing unit, etc.) can be set. [Procedure] 1) Select the Standard Charge button When the “Standard Charge”...
  • Page 12: Normal Operation

    6. Normal Operation 6.0 Monitor/Operation Perform normal operation from the Management screen. Display the Management screen by clicking the Monitor/Operation function select button (top left-hand side of screen), then selecting the operation object from the display unit buttons (top right-hand side of screen). The “Air-conditioning charge display” is only displayed when there is a charge function.
  • Page 13: On/Off Operation

    6.1 On/Off Operation Air conditioner On/Off operation is possible. Block, floor batch, whole building, and other multiple group batch operations are also possible. Operable objects: Group, floor batch, block, whole building [Procedure] 1) Select Monitor/Operation When the Monitor/Operation function select button is clicked, the moni- tor/operation screen opens.
  • Page 14: Operation Details

    G/W abnormal: “ ” is displayed at the top right corner of the group icon. IFU abnormal: “ ” is displayed at the top right corner of the group icon. Schedule set: “ ” is displayed at the top left corner of the group icon. Note: - Depending on the characters used, the entire 8 characters of the group name may not be displayed on the icon.
  • Page 15 Group and floor names - Group name: Displays the group name. (Group object only) - Floor name: Displays the name of the floor on which the group is distributed. (For whole building, Whole building is displayed.) Remote control operation prohibit setting: Displays the operation prohibit setting state of the local remote controller. ON/OFF: Displays the current operation status by color.
  • Page 16 Interlocked ventilation group operation Switch ventilation unit operation by clicking the Ventilation button. (Hi/Lo/Stop) When ventilation group interlock is set, ON/OFF operation also performs ventilation group Hi/Lo/OFF switching. (Whether or not there is a ventilation group interlock setting depends on the function setting.) *Ventilation group does not have this function.
  • Page 17: Schedule Setting

    7. Schedule Setting The operation mode, temperature, wind velocity, and On/stop from the specified time can be set with the schedule setting func- tion. There are two schedules: Weekly schedule and Year schedule. Weekly schedule can be set for each day of the week and Year schedule can be set in day units.
  • Page 18 The operation mode and temperature can be set by mode and temperature setting. Switch to a settable operation mode with the Mode button. The temperature can be changed with the buttons. When a setting does not change, select Unchanging. Note: - When Unchanging is selected, the temperature and operation mode cannot be changed.
  • Page 19: Year Schedule Setting

    (4) Schedule copy This function copies the schedule settings of the specified day of the week to another day of the week. [Procedure] 1) Select the copy from day of the week When the copy from day of the week button is clicked, a menu appears. 2) Select Copy Select Copy from the menu.
  • Page 20 (1) Schedule setting and change [Procedure] 1) Select the day whose schedule is to be set When the selected day is clicked, a menu appears. When Day of the week is clicked, all the days of the week of that month are selected. 2) Select schedule set Select Setting from the menu.
  • Page 21: Schedule Setting In Group Units

    (5) Year schedule check [Procedure] 1) Select the day to be checked When the day to be checked is clicked, a menu appears. 2) Select schedule view When Schedule view is selected from the menu, the Schedule check screen opens. Note: - When batch schedule check was performed for two or more groups, [**] is displayed at the days with duplicate settings.
  • Page 22 Note: - For a description of the underlined part, see par. “6.0 (2) Select the operation object” to be operated. 6) Select Paste When Paste is selected from the menu, the schedule is pasted. The schedule can also be pasted to other groups, blocks, or floors. (2) Schedule check Today’s and yesterday’s schedules of the group can be checked.
  • Page 23: Maintenance Operation

    8. Maintenance Operation 8.1 Abnormality History and Operation History There are two kinds of history: Abnormality history and Operation history. - Abnormality history: Displays abnormalities that occurred in the past. (WHM abnormality history is not recorded.) - Operation history: Displays the operations (start, stop, etc.) performed in the past. (1) Switch from Management screen to history screen [Procedure] 1) Select History...
  • Page 24 (4) History search This function searches the histories based on the set conditions. There are the following search items. The search conditions can be set by combining these items. Abnormality history search 1) Search from abnormality occurrence date Specifies the occurrence date. 2) Search from abnormality recovery date Specifies the recovery date.
  • Page 25: Cumulative Time Monitor

    (6) History output Outputs daily or monthly history. The output type can be selected from printing output and file output (text format). (Search results history cannot be output.) [Procedure] 1) Select Daily or Monthly When the Daily or Monthly button is clicked, the Output History screen opens.
  • Page 26: Filter Reset Operation

    [Procedure] 1) Select Output When the Output button is clicked, the cumulative time output screen opens. 2) Select printing output or file output For printing output, click the Printing output option button and for file out- put, click the Exporting file option button. For file output, input the file- name.
  • Page 27: Abnormality Reset Operation

    Outdoor unit abnormality × OC is displayed at the group icon of the outdoor unit at which the abnor- mality occurred and the equipment connected to it. In the system equip- ment screen, × is displayed at the icon of the outdoor unit at which the abnormality occurred.
  • Page 28: Fire Alarm Stop

    8.5 Fire Alarm Stop (1) Start of fire alarm stop When the fire alarm stop signal is input, the Fire alarm stop operating message box is displayed. The system sends stop operation and opera- tion prohibition commands to all the indoor units and disables operation from the local remote controllers.
  • Page 29: Air-Conditioning Energy Monitor

    9. Air-Conditioning Energy Monitor 9.1 Charge Display Function When the Energy monitoring button at the top left-hand side of the Management screen is clicked, this screen opens. There are two types of monitoring screens: With WHM connection and Without WHM connection. Note: - This function cannot be used if the Use charge function is not selected by user setting.
  • Page 30: Block And Watt Hour Meter Air-Conditioning Energy Monitor Display

    (6) Individual specification Specifies an individual object and calculates and outputs the air-conditioning charge. 1) Date specification Specifies the date and calculates and outputs the air-conditioning charge for the selected block. 2) Individual output Calculates and outputs the air-conditioning charge for the selected block. (7) Whole building object Sets, calculates and outputs the air-conditioning charge for the whole building.
  • Page 31 Note: - The air-conditioning charge for the current month is printed at the day after the settlement date (04:20 and thereafter). Maintenance Tip - To use the air-conditioning charge automatic printing function, set Printer setting to Printer and Air-conditioning charge automatic printing to Automatic printing.
  • Page 32 Note: - The underlined Output type set screen is used in common with other functions. - For more information, see par. “9.3 (5) Output type Setting”. Output the air-conditioning charge by specifying last month, 2 months before, or 3 months before. [Procedure] 1) Select individual specification When the Individual output button of the Individual specification buttons at...
  • Page 33: Under Stop Charge

    Note: - Underlined Output type set screen is used in common with other functions. For more information, see par. “9.3 (5) Output type setting”. - For Without WHM connection, the output object is only All blocks. Output the air-conditioning charge by specifying last month, 2 months before, or 3 months before [Procedure] 1) Select Whole building output When the Whole building output button of the Whole building object but-...
  • Page 34: Air-Conditioning Charge Basic Setting

    Note: - The underlined Output type set screen is used in common with other functions. For more information, see par. “9.3 (5) Output type Setting”. - For Without WHM connection, this function cannot be used. Maintenance Tip - Use this function (under stop charge) only when Make crankcase heater portion common expense (make under stop charge) was selected by charge setting Charge proportional division method selection.
  • Page 35: System Display

    10. System Display The current system configuration and charge system can be displayed. This function checks the system status, but cannot change it. 10.1 System configuration display For the units corresponding to the icons displayed on each set screen, see Icon Name the table at the right.
  • Page 36 (3) Group setting display Displays the group setting of each indoor unit on each floor. Indicates that units on the same group No. row at the left-hand side of the screen are connected to the same group. Select the display floor by clicking the buttons at the right of the floor name When G/W is selected using the buttons next to G/W No., the units of each G/W are displayed.
  • Page 37 (5) Functional set up an indoor unit and vertilation display Displays the function settings of each indoor unit group of each floor. The left-hand end is the group No., and indicates whether or not each function is available on the same row. The functions are arranged from left to right in mode (Fan, Cool, Dry, Heat, Auto), Humiditier louver, vane, swing, Fan speed, and ventilation equipment order.
  • Page 38: Charge System Display

    10.2 Charge system display See the table at the right for the units corresponding to the icons displayed Icon Name on the setting screens. Indoor unit Lossnay Select Energy monitoring view in the View menu bar OA Processing unit The charge system screen is displayed. K control indoor unit (A control) Outdoor unit Note:...
  • Page 39 (3) Outdoor unit for watt-hour meter display Select the watt-hour meter by clicking the button The data for the outdoor unit connected to the watt-hour meter is displayed. Note: This screen can also be printed with the Print button. - This display shows the contents set by charge system.
  • Page 40 Print button Watt-hour meter G/W No. (6) Indoor unit setting display Select the G/W to be displayed by clicking the button Displays the indoor unit operation capacity and FAN capacity set data. This screen can also be printed with the Print button. After checking the set contents, click the Next button Next: Advances to next screen.
  • Page 41: Help

    Displays the type designation and version of this program and the user set building name. Version information screen 11.2 Contents Click Contents in the Help menu (menu bar). The MJ-310E program (Ver 2.00) does not support help. For the usage instructions, refer to the instruction manuals (Site Adjustment and Management). Help screen...
  • Page 42: Error Code List

    12. Error code list The following is a list of the error codes and their meaning. 0110 “Equipment abnormality” 0120 “Equipment abnormality” 0403 “Serial transmission trouble.” 0900 “Test run” 1000 “Ref.cycle abnormality” 10*0 “Ref.cycle abnormality in line **” 11** “Ref.cycle temperature abnormality - Common operand: **” 12** “Ref.cycle temperature abnormality allowance - Common operand: **”...
  • Page 43 4158 “Electric system - Preliminary overcurrent protection (51C)” 4200 “Inverter abnormality” 420* “Inverter abnormality - Inverter NO.: *” 4210 “Inverter overcurrent shut-off” 421* “Inverter overcurrent shut-off - Inverter No.: *” 4220 “Inverter bus voltage insufficiency” 422* “Inverter bus voltege insufficiency - Inverter No.: *” 4230 “Inverter radiating thermostat abnormality”...
  • Page 44 6765 “K abnormality - Drain pomp abnormality” 6766 “K abnormality - Coil frost/overheat protection” 6767 “K abnormality - Outdoor unit trouble - Indoor/outdoor communication error” 6771 “K abnormality - High pressure abnormality,Low pressure abnormality” 6772 “K abnormality - Inner thermostat function, Discharge temperature abnormality, Shell thermostat function, Overcurrent protection”...
  • Page 45: System Operation Precautions

    - When using the charge function, there are times when the time can not be changed. - While using MJ-310E, never use the Windows “Date and Time Properties”. While MJ-310E is running, do not use Windows Date and time properties.
  • Page 46: Others

    (1) WindowsNT/Windows 2000 (rebooting) - Periodically (about once a week) terminate this program and Windows NT/2000 and reboot. Windows NT/2000 generally conceals obstructions to continuous operation for a long time. End and reboot it to minimize the affect on MJ-310E opera- tion.
  • Page 47: Maintenance And Service

    14. Maintenance and Service For maintenance and service, please contact Mitsubishi Electric Europe or its supplier.
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