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Air Conditioning Control System
Centralized Controller
AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A
AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E
Before using the controller, please read this Instruction Book carefully to ensure proper operation.
Retain this manual for future reference.
-Web Browser for Initial Settings-
Contents
1. Introduction ...................................................................................2
1-1. Terms Used in This Manual .............................................................. 2
1-2. PC Requirements ............................................................................. 2
TG-2000A ........................................................................................ 2
2. Setting the Operating Environment ..............................................3
2-1. Setting the IP Address of the PC ...................................................... 3
2-2. Setting the Web Browser .................................................................. 5
2-3. Java settings .................................................................................... 8
4. Initial Settings .............................................................................14
4-1. Date and Time ................................................................................ 15
4-2. Basic System.................................................................................. 16
4-3. Groups............................................................................................ 25
4-4. Interlocked LOSSNAY .................................................................... 28
4-5. Blocks ............................................................................................. 29
5. Functions 1 .................................................................................30
5-1. E-Mail ............................................................................................. 30
5-2. Peak Cut (Energy-save control function) ....................................... 34
5-3. Measurement ................................................................................. 43
5-4. Energy Management Settings ........................................................ 47
6. Functions 2 .................................................................................49
6-1. Set Temperature Range Limit ......................................................... 49
6-2. Night Mode (quiet operation) Schedule .......................................... 50
6-3. System-changeover ....................................................................... 51
7. Functions 3 .................................................................................52
7-1. External Temperature Interlock ...................................................... 52
7-2. Night Setback Control .................................................................... 54
7-3. Interlock control .............................................................................. 56
7-4. AHC Port Name Settings ................................................................ 65
8. User Settings ..............................................................................66
9. Utility ...........................................................................................68
9-1. Back up/import settings data .......................................................... 68
10. License registration for optional functions ..................................70
11. Software update .........................................................................71
11-1. Preparation ................................................................................... 71
11-2. Update procedures ....................................................................... 73
12. Notes on connecting to Web browser ........................................75
12-1. Clearing cache ............................................................................. 75
12-2. Resetting Internet Explorer .......................................................... 77
Appendix: Added functions in Ver. 7.20 ...........................................78
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Air Conditioning Control System Centralized Controller AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E Instruction Book –Web Browser for Initial Settings– Contents 1. Introduction ...................2 1-1. Terms Used in This Manual .............. 2 1-2. PC Requirements ................2 1-3. Notes on using the integrated centralized control software TG-2000A ..................
  • Page 2: Introduction

    This Instruction Book explains how to make initial settings for the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A and AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E using a Web browser. Note: Initial settings for the connected AE-50A/EW-50A or AE-50E/EW-50E cannot be made on the AE-200A/AE-200E Web browser, and must be made on each AE-50A/EW-50A or AE-50E/EW-50E Web browser respectively.
  • Page 3: Setting The Operating Environment

    2. Setting the Operating Environment This chapter explains how to make PC settings and Web browser settings to monitor and operate the air conditioning units. 2-1. Setting the IP Address of the PC Follow the instructions below to set the PC’s IP address for the Web browser to recognize the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 unit.
  • Page 4 (4) In the [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties] window, check the radio button next to [Use the following IP address]. Enter the PC’s IP address (e.g., [192.168.1.101]) in the [IP address] field, and enter the subnet mask [255.255.255.0] (unless otherwise specified) in the [Subnet mask] field.
  • Page 5: Setting The Web Browser

    2-2. Setting the Web Browser Web browser setting varies with the Internet connection type. See the sections below for how to make Web browser settings for different types of Internet connection. To prevent unauthorized access, always use a security device such as a VPN router when connecting the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 to the Internet.
  • Page 6 2-2-2. Dial-up Internet connection To monitor and operate the air conditioning units from a PC that connects to the Internet through a dial-up connection, follow the instructions below to set the environment for the Web browser. (1) Click [Tools] in the menu bar, then click [Internet options]. (2) In the [Internet Options] window, click the [Connections] tab.
  • Page 7 (2) In the [Internet Options] window, click the [Connections] tab. (3) Check the radio button next to [Never dial a connection] in the middle of the window. (4) Click [LAN settings] under [Local Area Network (LAN) settings]. (5) In the [Local Area Network (LAN) Settings] window, check [Bypass proxy server for local addresses], and click [Advanced].
  • Page 8: Java Settings

    2-3. Java settings 2-3-1. How to register exception site list (1) Click [Control Panel]>[Java]. Note: If [Category] is selected in the top right corner, next to [View by: ], change it to [Large icons] or [Small icons]. (2) Java Control Panel will open. Click the [Security] tab.
  • Page 9 (7) Add all AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 to the list in the same manner, and click [OK]. (8) If a PC with 32-bit OS is used, after completing the settings, close all Internet Explorer windows, and access the Web page again to make sure the appropriate window will appear. If a PC with 64-bit OS is used, go to step (9) below.
  • Page 10: Logging In To The Web Browser For Initial Settings

    3. Logging in to the Web Browser for Initial Settings (1) Enter the web page address in the address field of the Web browser as follows: http://[IP address of each AE-200, AE-50, or EW-50]/init/administrator.html Press the [Enter] key. A login screen will appear. Note: If the IP address of the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 is [192.168.1.1], the web page address is [http: //192.168.1.1/init/administrator.
  • Page 11 (2) Enter the user name and the password in the login screen, and click [Login]. A setting screen will appear. The table below shows the default user names, passwords, and functions that are available for maintenance users and building managers. Default Default User...
  • Page 12 Encrypting the communication data and logging in to the Web browser (HTTPS connection) AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 can encrypt communication data using HTTPS (SSL). When connecting the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 to the LAN that is accessible to the general public, it is recommended that the following settings be made so that the units are monitored and controlled on the encrypted web page.
  • Page 13 (5) A Certificate Import Wizard window will appear. Click [Next]. (6) Choose [Place all certificates in the following store] and click the [Browse...] button. Select [Trusted Root Certification Authorities], click [OK], and then click [Next]. (7) Click [Finish] on completing the Certificate Import Wizard. (8) Click [Yes] on the security warning to install the certificate.
  • Page 14: Initial Settings

    4. Initial Settings This chapter explains how to set the initial settings on the Web Browser for Initial Settings. Note: When one or more AE-50/EW-50 controllers are connected, initial settings must be made on each AE-50/EW-50’s Web browser. However, only Date and Time settings (section 4-1) and Basic System settings (section 4-2) must be made on the AE-200 Web browser.
  • Page 15: Date And Time

    4-1. Date and Time Click [Initial Settings] in the menu bar, and then click [Date and Time] to access the date and time settings screen. Set the current date and time, and then click [Save Settings]. Note: The date and time settings may not be accessible if logged in as a building manager. Note: The date and time settings made on this screen will be reflected on all the units in the M-NET system, all connected AE-50/EW-50 units, and the AE-200 units whose [Time Master] setting is set to [Sub].
  • Page 16: Basic System

    4-2. Basic System Click [Initial Settings] in the menu bar, and then click [Basic System] to access the Basic System settings screen. Make necessary basic system settings such as AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 unit settings, network settings, and M-NET settings, and then click [Save Settings] to send the settings to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50. A message will appear asking whether or not to restart the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50.
  • Page 17 4-2-2. M-NET Settings (1) Enter [0] in the [M-NET Address] field (unless otherwise specified). (2) When the local remote controller operation is prohibited on the Web Browser for System Maintenance Engineer, this setting determines the scope of its applicability. Select [SC/RC] to prohibit the operation from both the sub system controllers and the remote controllers.
  • Page 18 (2) Select [Emergency Stop (Level signal)] when using a level signal to collectively run or stop all the air conditioning units connected to the AE-200, AE-50, or EW-50 in an emergency. During an emergency stop, the ON/OFF operation from the local remote controllers will be prohibited, and the ON/OFF operation and Prohibit/Permit settings on the AE-200, AE-50, or EW-50 will be prohibited.
  • Page 19 (4) Select [ON/OFF/Prohibit/Permit (Pulse signal)] when using a pulse signal to collectively run or stop all the air conditioning units connected to the AE-200, AE-50, or EW-50, or to collectively prohibit or permit the operation from the local remote controllers. 12 or 24 VDC Permit signal Prohibit signal...
  • Page 20 AE-200/AE-50/EW-50. If the [Hold type] is set to [Normal], the [Hold] setting can be cancelled from AE-200/AE-50/EW-50, other system controllers, or remote controllers. Note: The Hold function can be used on the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A, but not on the AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. Note: The Hold function cannot be used on general equipments.
  • Page 21 4-2-5. Network Settings Network settings vary depending on whether the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 is connected to a dedicated LAN or an existing LAN. See the sections below for how to set the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 IP, subnet mask, and gateway addresses in the [Network Settings] section. Note: Do not use the LAN2 port.
  • Page 22 (3) When monitoring the system remotely or using e-mail function via a dial-up router, enter the router IP address in the [Gateway] field. Leave the [Gateway] field blank when not connecting a dial-up router. [Remote Monitoring System example] Telecommunication Network Dial-up router Dial-up router, cellular phone etc.
  • Page 23 4-2-6. Display Format Follow the instructions below to set the items in the [Display Format] section. (1) In the [Unit of Temperature] section, select [ºC] or [ºF]. (2) In the [Pressure unit of measure] section, select [MPa], [PSI], or [kgf/cm (3) In the [Date Format] section, select the desired display format for year, month, and date.
  • Page 24 (8) In the [Occupancy sensor display] section, make the Show/Hide setting for the occupancy/vacancy status that is detected by the built-in occupancy sensor on the ME remote controller (North America: PAR- U01MEDU, Europe: PAR-U02MEDA). Select [Hide] not to display the occupancy/vacancy status on the Condition List screen. Select [Show occupancy icon] to display the occupancy icon when the sensor on the remote controller detects occupancy.
  • Page 25: Groups

    4-3. Groups Click [Initial Settings] in the menu bar, and then click [Groups] to access the group settings screen. Register the groups of air conditioning units, LOSSNAY units (ventilators), Air To Water (PWFY) units, AHC, HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) units, or general equipment to be connected to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50, and then touch [Save Settings].
  • Page 26 (2) To change the icon, click the right or left arrow. The selected icon will be displayed on the Web browser. 4-3-3. Registering remote controllers to a group (1) To register remote controllers to a group, click the [Remote controller registration] field next to the target group name. The [Select Unit Addresses] screen will appear.
  • Page 27 4-3-6. Registering general equipment to a group (1) To register general equipment to a group, click the [Air conditioner, Air To Water (PWFY) unit, LOSSNAY unit, HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) unit, and general equipment registration] field next to the target group name. The [Select Unit Addresses] screen will appear.
  • Page 28: Interlocked Lossnay

    4-4. Interlocked LOSSNAY The ON/OFF status of the LOSSNAY unit can be interlocked with the operation of indoor units. Click [Initial Settings] in the menu bar, and then click [Interlocked LOSSNAY] to access the Interlocked LOSSNAY settings screen. Set the interlocking conditions, and then click [Save Settings]. Note: The Interlocked LOSSNAY settings may not be accessible if logged in as a building manager.
  • Page 29: Blocks

    4-5. Blocks By making block settings, multiple groups in a given block can be collectively monitored or operated on the Web browser. Click [Initial Settings] in the menu bar, and then click [Blocks] to access the block settings screen. Register the groups to each block, and then click [Save Settings]. Note: Some settings may not be accessible if logged in as a building manager.
  • Page 30: Functions 1

    5. Functions 1 5-1. E-Mail E-mail settings must be configured properly to use the error notification e-mail function or the e-mail communication function. Error notification e-mail function is the function to send the error information to the specified e-mail addresses. E-mail communication function is the function to send the units’ maintenance data to the specified e-mail addresses of the PCs to which Maintenance Tool is installed.
  • Page 31 5-1-2. Mail Server Information Enter the e-mail server information provided by the ISP or the system administrator. The items required to be set vary, depending on the functions to be used. Refer to the table below to determine which items need to be set. Either the IP address or the host name (server name) can be entered in the [Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)] and [Incoming Mail Server (POP3)] fields.
  • Page 32 (4) If [General Equipment] is selected in the [Kind of Errors] field, a [PLC Connection] button will appear. To send error notification e-mail upon occurrences of errors on the general equipment that are connected to PLC Software for General Equipment, click [PLC Connection] to display the [PLC Connection] screen.
  • Page 33 5-1-5. E-mail format Error notification e-mail will be sent in the format shown below. From:Mitsubishi Building(000001) Date:01/06/2014 16:32:12 Error unit:065 Error code:1302 Status:Occurrence Mail subject The mail subject entered in section 5-1-3 will appear. From The AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 unit name and unit ID entered in section 4-2-1 will appear. Date Error occurrence date and time will appear in the format entered in section 4-2-6.
  • Page 34: Peak Cut (energy-save Control Function)

    Make necessary settings, and then click [Save Settings]. Important: The amount of electricity that is actually used may exceed the maximum power demand due to unexpected problems such as controller malfunctions or broken transmission cables. Mitsubishi Electric will not be responsible for exceeding the maximum power demand.
  • Page 35 [PI Controller] <When a PI controller (PAC-YG60MCA) is used> <When a built-in PI controller is used> Pulse Reads electric Pulse energy values. AE-200 AE-200 (Built-in PI controller) Pulse-watt- PI controller Pulse-watt- hour meter hour meter AE-50 AE-50 Reads control Reads control level.
  • Page 36 (A) When the Peak Cut method [Demand-Input PLC] is selected (1) In the [IP Address] field, enter the IP address of the Demand-Input PLC. (2) When using the Demand-Input PLC for the first time, click [Initialize] to initialize its internal memory. Note: Do not initialize the Demand-Input PLC after the operation has begun, for it will clear all operation data.
  • Page 37 (6) In the [Temperature difference between set point and inlet] section, a temperature differential can be set to between 3 and 9 as necessary. The Peak Cut control setting that corresponds to the control level 0 will be disregarded for the indoor unit groups in which the temperature difference between the set temperature and the room temperature is greater than the specified temperature differential.
  • Page 38 (D) When the Peak Cut method [Remote AE] is selected (1) In the [IP address] field, enter the IP address of the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 that uses one of the following. - Built-in PI controller - PI controller (PAC-YG60MCA) - External contact input (Refer to (E) “When the Peak Cut method [External Contact point input] is selected”...
  • Page 39 (F) When the Peak Cut method [From external system] is selected (1) In the [Temperature difference between set point and inlet] section, a temperature differential can be set to between 3 and 9 as necessary. The Peak Cut control setting that corresponds to the control level 0 will be disregarded for the indoor unit groups in which the temperature difference between the set temperature and the room temperature is greater than the specified temperature differential.
  • Page 40 5-2-2. Control details for outdoor units (All Peak Cut methods) Follow the instructions below to make the Peak Cut control settings for each control level for given outdoor units. Note: If the outdoor unit is a City Multi unit, the M-NET address will appear. If the outdoor unit is an A-control (Mr. Slim) unit, the M-NET address and group name will appear.
  • Page 41 5-2-3. Control details for blocks of indoor units Follow the instructions below to make the Peak Cut control settings for each control level for given blocks of indoor units. If the block settings have not been made, refer to section 4-5 for how to make the block settings. Copy Paste Control Time...
  • Page 42 (2) For each control level, set the total time in which When [6] minutes is selected Control time the Peak Cut control is performed during every 30 8 10 15 18 20 23 25 minutes. Each Peak Cut control is performed for three Group 1 minutes.
  • Page 43: Measurement

    5-3. Measurement Measurement settings must be made to use temperature sensors, humidity sensors, and metering devices. Click [Functions 1] in the menu bar, and then click [Measurement] to access the measurement settings screen. Set the measurement settings, and then click [Save Settings]. Note: The measurement settings may not be accessible if logged in as a building manager.
  • Page 44 (6) To receive an e-mail alarm when the temperature or the humidity exceeds certain predetermined values, set the ON- and OFF-thresholds for both the upper and lower limit temperatures. Note: To avoid frequent ON/OFF cycling, the minimum differential between the ON- and OFF-threshold values should be 1ºC (2ºF).
  • Page 45 (3) In the [Metering device name] field, enter the name of the metering device. (4) Enter the pulse value of the metering device, and select the measurement unit. Note: The measurement unit can be selected from [kWh], [m3], [MJ], or [--(no unit)]. Note: Select the blank in the measurement unit pulldown menu when not using a metering device.
  • Page 46 5-3-5. Energy management data format settings Set the format of the energy management data that can be output in a CSV format from the screens under the Energy Management menu, accessible via the Web Browser for System Maintenance Engineer. Select the separator character. Select the decimal point character.
  • Page 47: Energy Management Settings

    5-4. Energy Management Settings On the Energy Management Settings screen, make the settings for the energy-control-related items that appear on the screens under the Energy Management menu (accessible via the Web browser for System Maintenance Engineer), such as temperature sensor to measure the outdoor temperature with, electricity meters that are used for acquiring the data to display the trend graph of indoor unit electricity consumption, and also the mode that are used for apportioning indoor unit electricity consumption.
  • Page 48 (3) In the [Indoor unit electricity meter] section, select the electricity meter to be used to measure the electricity consumption of each group of indoor units. In the pulldown menu, [“Address”+ PI controller address + “-” + Electricity meter number + Electricity meter name] will appear when a PI controller (PAC-YG60MCA) is connected, or [“Meter”...
  • Page 49: Functions 2

    6. Functions 2 6-1. Set Temperature Range Limit The settable temperature range for the local remote controllers or the Web Browser for User can be limited. By restricting the lower and upper limit of the set temperatures for cooling, heating, and auto modes, energy consumption can be reduced.
  • Page 50: Night Mode (quiet Operation) Schedule

    6-2. Night Mode (quiet operation) Schedule Outdoor units can be operated in a quiet mode for the specified time period. Use the Night mode when low-noise operation of the outdoor unit is preferable during the night. Click [Functions 2] in the menu bar, and then click [Night Mode Schedule] to access the Night Mode Schedule settings screen.
  • Page 51: System-changeover

    6-3. System-changeover The System-changeover function switches the operation modes of the indoor units connected to the same outdoor unit between cooling and heating based on the room temperature and the set temperature. Click [Functions 2] in the menu bar, and then click [System-changeover] to access the System-changeover settings screen.
  • Page 52: Functions 3

    7. Functions 3 7-1. External Temperature Interlock Based on the temperature difference between the set temperature and the outdoor temperature, the set temperature can be adjusted automatically. Making this control setting on the air conditioning unit at an entrance of a building prevents extreme temperature change from distressing our bodies and sending us into shock. Click [Functions 3] in the menu bar, and then click [External Temperature Interlock] to access the External Temperature Interlock settings screen.
  • Page 53 When the External Temperature Interlock function is active, the set temperature will be adjusted as shown below. ■ “Cool” and “Dry” modes   Outdoor temperature Set temperature after being adjusted when [Set Temperature Variation Range] is set to [±4°C] (±8°F) Set temperature Time Outdoor temperature conditions...
  • Page 54: Night Setback Control

    7-2. Night Setback Control The Night Setback Control function (hereafter abbreviated as Setback Control) prevents indoor condensation by performing heating operation automatically when the room temperature goes outside of the specific range during the night. Click [Functions 3] in the menu bar, and then click [Night Setback Control] to access the Night Setback Control settings screen.
  • Page 55 Note: The air conditioning units in the heating operation will stop and the set temperature will return to the original setting when the Setback Control period is over or the room temperature rises to the minimum temperature plus 3°C (6°F). Likewise, the air conditioning units in the cooling operation will stop and the set temperature will return to the original setting when the Setback Control period is over or the room temperature drops to the maximum temperature minus 3°C (6°F).
  • Page 56: Interlock Control

    7-3. Interlock control Click [Functions 3] in the menu bar, and then click [Interlock control] to access the Interlock Control settings screen. Set the interlocking conditions and actions, and then click [Save Settings] to save the settings. Note: A separate license is required to use the Interlock Control function. Make sure that the required license has properly been registered on the Registration of Optional Functions screen.
  • Page 57 Shown below are eight examples of Interlocked operations. Example 1: Interlocked operation of indoor unit and card key via a DIDO controller ① The card key status is input ② Signal indicating the card through the contact. key has been removed AE-200 DIDO controller Card key...
  • Page 58 Example 5: Interlocked operation of indoor unit and other company’s ventilation unit via a DIDO controller ② Signal to operate the other company’s ventilation unit AE-200 Other company’s DIDO controller ventilation unit (PAC-YG66DCA) ① The indoor unit has started operation Indoor unit Example 6: Interlocked operation of the indoor unit in error and the auxiliary unit ①...
  • Page 59 *2 If the selected operation mode is not available on the input unit, interlocking conditions will not be fulfilled. *3 The Setback mode can be selected on the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A, but not on the AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. Note: If the Input Category is set to [Group (On/Off)] and the Input State 1 is set to [All Groups On], the interlocking action commands will be issued to the output units when the state on the input units changes to [All Groups On] from another state [All Groups Off], [One or more Groups On], or [One or more Groups Off].
  • Page 60 (2) Selecting the input units Click [Select Input Units] to display one of the following screens, depending on the selected Input Category. (A) When [Group (On/Off)], [Group (Mode)], or [Group (Error/Normal)] is selected as the Input Category The [Select Input Groups] screen will appear. Select the group numbers of the input unit groups.
  • Page 61 *2 Only the items “ON/OFF” and “Prohibit Remote Controller Operation (ON/OFF and Set Temp.)” can be selected for Air To Water (PWFY) units. Only the item “ON/OFF” can be selected for HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) units. *3 The Setback mode can be selected on the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A, but not on the AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. WT07138X02...
  • Page 62 The screen display under Action will vary, depending on the selected Output Unit Type. (A) When [Group] is selected as the Output Unit Type Click [Edit] under Action. The [Set up Actions] screen will appear. Set the interlocking actions to be taken when the interlocking conditions are met.
  • Page 63 (2) Selecting the output units Click [Select Output Units] to display one of the following screens, depending on the selected Output Unit Type. (A) When [Group] is selected as the Output Unit Type The [Select Output Groups] screen will appear. Select the group numbers of the output unit groups.
  • Page 64 7-3-3. Disabling/Enabling Interlock Control settings Use the Enable/Disable button to enable or disable each Interlock Control setting. No actions will be taken for the Interlock Control setting that is set to [Disable]. 7-3-4. Temporarily disabling the Interlock Control Click the [Stop Execution] button to temporarily disable the Interlock Control. Click [Execute] to resume the Interlock Control.
  • Page 65: Ahc Port Name Settings

    7-4. AHC Port Name Settings On the AHC Port Name Settings screen, enter the names of the input and output ports of the Advanced HVAC CONTROLLER (AHC). The names that are entered on this screen will appear on the AHC List screen, accessible via the Web Browser for System Maintenance Engineer.
  • Page 66: User Settings

    8. User Settings On the User Settings screen, the user names and passwords of maintenance users and building managers can be changed, and the available functions for building managers can be limited. For example, you can allow building managers to change the group name settings when the tenant is changed, or disallow them to change the basic system settings such as unit settings or network settings.
  • Page 67 (3) Click the functions to be made available for building managers. The rectangular icons next to the selected functions will appear in yellow-green. Click again to deselect. The rectangular icons next to the deselected functions will appear in gray. For more information on each function, refer to Table 8-1. Note: If the user logs in as a building manager, the currently available functions can be checked, but cannot be changed.
  • Page 68: Utility

    9. Utility 9-1. Back up/import settings data The following data can be exported to an HDD or a USB memory as a backup: the settings data that have been made from the Web Browser for Initial Settings, the schedule settings that have been made from the Web Browser for System Maintenance Engineer, and the target value settings of the energy management data.
  • Page 69 9-1-2. Importing settings data (1) Click the [Browse...] button to launch the explorer and browse for a file that contains the data to be imported. Select the desired file, and click [Open]. The path to the file to be imported on an external storage media will appear in the [Data import source] field.
  • Page 70: License Registration For Optional Functions

    10. License registration for optional functions This chapter explains how to register a license for optional functions. Please ask your dealer for more details on the optional functions and how to purchase a license number. Note: The current date and time settings are required for license registration. Refer to section 4-1 for date and time settings. Note: The license registration is required for each AE-200/AE-50/EW-50.
  • Page 71: Software Update

    11. Software update The AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 software can be updated by either directly reading the update file in a USB memory device or by using a Web browser. ① Directly reading the update file in a USB ② Using a Web browser memory device PC for update This manual explains how to update the software using a Web browser ( ②...
  • Page 72 (3) In the [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties] window, check the radio button next to [Use the following IP address]. Enter [192.168.1.*] in the [IP address] field. (The number indicated with an asterisk must be different from the IP address of the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 to be updated.) Leave [255.255.255.0] in the [Subnet mask] field as it is.
  • Page 73: Update Procedures

    11-2. Update procedures (1) Make sure that the PC that has been set in section 11-1 above and the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 to be updated are connected with a LAN cable. (2) Turn on the power to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50, and insert a CD or USB memory device in which the update file is stored to the PC.
  • Page 74 (8) A software update process starts. Note: It takes about ten minutes to complete the update. Note: Do not disconnect the LAN cable or turn off the power to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 while the software is being updated. (9) The AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 will reboot after the update is complete. Check that the version that will appear on the screen is the same as the version of the update file.
  • Page 75: Notes On Connecting To Web Browser

    12. Notes on connecting to Web browser Follow the instructions below to change settings if the message “If you see this you don’t have a Java-enabled Web browser. Here’s a picture of what you are missing.” or “Error. Click for details.” appears, and no login window appears when the AE-200’s Web page is accessed.
  • Page 76 12-1-2. How to clear Internet Explorer cache (1) Open the Internet Explorer, click [Tools] in the menu bar, and then click [Internet options]. (2) The [Internet Options] dialog will appear. Click [Delete...] under [Browsing history]. (3) Make sure that the checkbox next to [Temporary Internet files] is checked, and then click [Delete].
  • Page 77: Resetting Internet Explorer

    12-2. Resetting Internet Explorer If the problem persists after section 12-1 “Clearing cache”, reset Internet Explorer settings. Note: Resetting Internet Explorer’s settings will impact the following. Before you make any changes, write down the current settings if necessary. - Disable toolbars and add-ons - Advanced options - Default web browser settings - Tabbed browsing settings...
  • Page 78: Appendix: Added Functions In Ver. 7.20

    Appendix: Added functions in Ver. 7.20 The table below summarizes the newly added functions in Ver. 7.20. Menu item Added function Reference E-mail Port number of outgoing mail server is settable. Section 5-1 Functions 1 “50%” is available for selection as outdoor unit maximum Peak Cut Section 5-2 operating capacity.
  • Page 79 WT07138X02...
  • Page 80 This product is designed and intended for use in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environment. The product at hand is based on the following EU regulations: Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC Restriction of Hazardous Substances 2011/65/EU Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on this manual before handing it to the customer.

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