Air Conditioning Control System Centralized Controller AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E Instruction Book –Web Browser for User– Contents 1. Introduction .................2 1-1. Terms Used in This Manual ............2 1-2. PC Requirements ...............2 2. Setting the Operating Environment ........3 2-1. Setting the IP Address of the PC ..........3 2-2.
1. Introduction This Instruction Book explains how to monitor and operate the units connected to the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A and AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E using a Web browser. 1-1. Terms Used in This Manual - “Centralized Controller AE-200A/AE-200E” is referred to as “AE-200.” - “Centralized Controller AE-50A/AE-50E” is referred to as “AE-50.”...
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.
(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.
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.
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.
(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].
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.
(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.
3. Logging in to the Web Browser for User (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]/index.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/index.html].
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.
(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.
4. Monitor/Operation This chapter explains how to monitor the operation conditions of all groups collectively and how to operate each group or all groups collectively. 4-1. Condition List On the Condition List screen, the operation conditions of all groups can be monitored. The operator can also check the unit malfunctions on this screen and prevent the units from being left on unintentionally.
*9 The “Starting up” icon will stay when the unit cannot be recognized after startup. Check for proper connection of the air conditioning unit and proper group settings. *10 The Hold function can be used on the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A, but not on the AE-200E/AE-50E/ EW-50E.
Item Description (2) LOSSNAY unit (ventilator) group Error Filter sign ON Schedule set Energy-saving ON Schedule disabled HOLD ON (3) Air To Water (PWFY) unit group and HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) unit group Error Schedule set Water temperature Energy-saving ON Schedule disabled HOLD ON Group icons display...
4-1-2. Checking the operation conditions of HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) unit groups In the “Air-conditioners/HWHP” section, select [HWHP] to display the operation conditions of the HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) unit groups. Note: The [HWHP] button will not appear if no HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) units have been registered to any group. Batch Operations Click to operate the units in all HWHP (CAHV, CRHV)
Operation mode HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) unit: Heating, Heating ECO, Hot Water, Anti-freeze Note: Only the operation modes available for the unit model will appear. Note: The Setback mode can be selected on the AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A, but not on the AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E. Click to adjust the set temperature of the air conditioning unit or the Air To Water (PWFY) unit.
Item Description Click to adjust the fan speed. (Low) (Mid 2) (Mid 1) (High) (Auto) Fan Speed Note: Available fan speeds depend on the unit model. This item will appear only on the operation settings screen for HWHP (CAHV, CRHV) unit groups.
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.