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Mitsubishi Electric VL-220CZGV-EB Instruction Manual

Lossnay heat recovery ventilator (residential use)
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LOSSNAY HEAT RECOVERY VENTILATOR (RESIDENTIAL USE)
Model
VL-220CZGV-EB
Installation Manual
and operation. Before installation, read this installation manual thoroughly. Before using exclusive system components, read the installation
manual for the system components thoroughly.
equipment malfunction or an accident.
containing this Installation Manual and the Instruction Manual to the customer.

1. Safety Precautions

WARNING
Do not install the product in hot
smoky places.
Refrain from immersing in water or
splashing the product with water.
result in short circuit or electric shock.
exposure
Do not install the Lossnay unit or
or other humid location.
in electric shock or electric leakage.
Be sure to install the ground wire.
Device failure and electric leakage
may cause electric shock.
Check
grounding
Incorrect handling of the product may result in serious injury or death.
Use 220 to 240 V AC power. Do not apply a different voltage to this product.
Injury could result if parts fall.
wiring provisions and electrical-equipment technical standards.
Install an all-pole power supply isolator at the power supply side as per
they do not come loose.
instructions
Electric leakage may cause ignition.
to prevent piping from coming loose. Install outdoor piping from the product so
that it is tilted at a downward pitch of at least 1/30 towards the outside.
For dealer/contractor
Contents
1. Safety Precautions .................................1 - 2
2. Outside Dimensions ................................. 3
3. Standard Installation Examples ..................... 4
4. Installation Procedure ..............................5 - 7
5. Electrical Work .................................... 8 - 10
6. Initial Settings .................................... 11 -20
7. Post-installation Checks ........................... 21
8. Trial Operation ................................. 22 - 23
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    1601876HE5301 LOSSNAY HEAT RECOVERY VENTILATOR (RESIDENTIAL USE) Model VL-220CZGV-EB Installation Manual For dealer/contractor Contents 1. Safety Precautions ……………………………1 - 2 2. Outside Dimensions …………………………… 3 3. Standard Installation Examples ………………… 4 4. Installation Procedure …………………………5 - 7 5. Electrical Work ……………………………… 8 - 10 6.
  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    1. Safety Precautions (continued) CAUTION Incorrect handling of the product may result in injury or damage to property or household effects. <Duct piping> installation. Do not install the product on walls. Injury could result if parts fall. Do not install the product at regions or locations that exceed the following operating conditions.
  • Page 3: Outside Dimensions

    2. Outside Dimensions Lossnay unit Drain outlet Ceiling suspension Duct connecting Duct connecting (supply (return air) air) (exhaust (outside air) air) Duct connecting Duct connecting Insulation Drain pan Accessories Drain hose: 1 pcs 4 pcs R: 2 pcs Ceiling suspension Ceiling suspension Washer: 8 pcs 8 pcs...
  • Page 4: Standard Installation Examples

    3. Standard Installation Examples Piping example Name of Connection Point Connection Location Outdoor Indoor side side (supply air) RA2* (return air) Bath RA3* (Bathroom) (exhaust air) (exhaust air) Lossnay (Option) (outside air) (supply air) (return air) (outside air) Kitchen / dining room Working space (required space around Lossnay unit) Secure at least...
  • Page 5: Installation Procedure

    4. Installation Procedure Installing the Lossnay unit 3. Installing the Lossnay unit (2) Hook the ceiling suspension fixtures onto the commercially (supplied). (4 pcs x 4 locations) (Accessory parts) (Accessory parts) Washer (Accessory parts) (Accessory parts) Washer (Accessory parts) Caulking (entire circumference <Tilt of Lossnay unit at installation>...
  • Page 6 4. Installation Procedure (continued) Duct piping - Make sure that there are no metal chips or other foreign matter 1. Duct piping connecting the ducts. (1) Choose the connection duct 2. Insulating Piping duct locations (outside air) (exhaust air) (supply air) (return air) Nominal dia.
  • Page 7 4. Installation Procedure (continued) Connecting drain pipe Connecting the drain hose leakage.) (2) Connect the other end of the drain hose to a commercially Drain outlet Drain hose (Accessory parts) Pitch 1° or more Drain pipe (outside (Accessory parts) - Do not apply adhesive to the drain hose and drain outlet. occurring.
  • Page 8: Electrical Work

    WARNING in accordance with internal wiring provisions and electrical- equipment technical standards. Use 220 to 240 V AC power. that they do not come loose. Be sure to install the ground wire. Device failure and electric leakage may cause electric shock. Note: remote controller to 50 m.
  • Page 9 (continued) Wire connection diagram * CN7 (DAMPER) is optional. 10 ms 100 ms REACTOR PZ-61DR-E PZ-43SMF-E LED3 TAB3,4 2nd Lossnay unit (Max. 2 units) LED6 Circuit Board connect the remote Circuit Board controller, see page CN10 LED4 LED2 LED1 CN119 CN19 CN118 CN18...
  • Page 10: Connecting The Wires

    (continued) Connecting the wires Remote controller (PZ-61DR-E or PZ- Lossnay cover Remote controller input terminal Wire diameter: 0.3 mm PG connector.) Remote controller Lossnay Bush Insert the cutting Transmission PG connector Cord clip Lossnay MAX 2 units Note: Transmission Connect to remote controller (PZ-61DR-E Second Lossnay conductors may touch and short out.
  • Page 11: Initial Settings

    6. Initial Settings SW6-1 SW6-2 SW6-3 SW6-4 Remarks Without the damper With the damper (SW6) according to the setting on the remote controller. (SW2) Trial operation Not in use Not in use No. 6 Indoor negative pressure setting No. 7 Indoor positive pressure setting Not in use No.
  • Page 12 6. Initial Settings (continued) Language selection and Russian. Button operation Select “Initial setting” from the Main menu, and press the Main Main menu Initial setting Service Main display: Cursor Page PZ-61DR-E Instruction Manual. Initial setting menu Auto mode Administrator password Language selection Main menu: Cursor...
  • Page 13 6. Initial Settings (continued) Entering the maintenance information Button operation Accessing the Main menu Main Main menu Timer Weekly timer Restriction Filter information Error information Main display: Cursor Page Item selection Main Main menu Page Timer Weekly timer Cursor Restriction Filter information Error information Main display:...
  • Page 14 Model name input Serial No. input Dealer information input Initialize maintenance info. Service menu: Cursor Select Add. 0. Model information Add. Enter the model name: VL-220CZGV-EB. VL-220CZGV-EB Input: Address Copy Select Serial No. input. Serial No. information Add. Select Add 0.
  • Page 15 6. Initial Settings (continued) Change the function settings from the remote controller PZ-61DR-E. Make the Lossnay units' function settings from the remote controller as necessary. When changing the Lossnay units' function settings, record all the changes made to keep track of the settings. Button operation Accessing the Main menu Main...
  • Page 16 6. Initial Settings (continued) Service menu Maintenance password Remote controller check Function setting Initializing Main menu: Cursor Function setting M-NET address Function No. Data Function / Conf Select: the settings to the desired settings. Cursor Address To check the current settings of a given unit, enter the setting Function setting M-NET address Function No.
  • Page 17 6. Initial Settings (continued) Setting Data (PZ-61DR-E) DIP-SW tion setting Indicator Indicator Indicator N/A Dip-SW priority up N/A up N/A Return to Dip-SW the state priority is On is On interruption Dip-SW Supply 1 Supply 2 6 Indoor negative pressure setting priority Dip-SW Exhaust 1...
  • Page 18 6. Initial Settings (continued) Filter maintenance and fan power up No. 1 No.7 Indoor positive pressure setting Exhaust fan Supply concentration of dust in the air. than exhaust fan speed. Display Remote controller indicates fan 2,200 hrs and 4,400 hrs gradually . speed of supply fan.
  • Page 19 6. Initial Settings (continued) Automatic ventilation mode setting 1) No.52 Outdoor air temperature upper limit No. 52 No. 53 Set one of conditions for By-pass mode in auto ventilation operation, outdoor air temperature upper limit. Example* This function is N/A from Lossnay unit DIP-SW. By-pass/Heat recovery ventilation map in automatic ventilation mode Heat recovery ventilation area...
  • Page 20: Initial Settings

    6. Initial Settings (continued) No.61 Fan speed for air volume “High” input DIP-SW Setting Operating fan speed check SW No. Setting DIP-SW priority SW2-9 No.62 Fan speed for air volume “Low” input DIP-SW Setting Operating fan speed check SW No. Setting DIP-SW priority SW2-10...
  • Page 21: Post-Installation Checks

    Check Item Remedy for Malfunction Check Are the Lossnay unit and the duct piping installed on the indoor side of the insu- Install them on the indoor side of the insulation layer/airtight layer. lation layer/airtight layer? Install at a pitch of 0 to 1° Installation of Provide an inspection opening at Lossnay unit...
  • Page 22: Trial Operation

    8. Trial operation manual for the remote controller. ventilation air volume at the appropriate volume, and is not a malfunction. stop operation of the range hood fan or other noise sources. 1. When performing trial operation without using the remote controller Cancel trial operation at this point here Minutes Terminal DIP-SW...
  • Page 23: Trial Operation

    8. Trial operation (continued) Relevant display items Sequence > automatic) -- > onds have passed. (and check the operation lamp turns off.) Operation lamp Symptom Remedy Check controller (PZ-61DR-E, PZ- Lossnay runs --> Check the signal lines Lossnay does not stop. The inspection indicator lamp (LED 1 Green) in the control Not used on this model...
  • Page 24 Explaining to the User...