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Fujitsu UTY-CDPXZC Design & Technical Manual

Fujitsu UTY-CDPXZC Design & Technical Manual

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OPTINAL PART
Zone control system
DESIGN & TECHNICAL MANUAL
ZONE CONTROL INTERFACE
UTY-CDPXZC
UTY-CDPXZD
WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER
WIRELESS LAN ADAPTER
MOBILE APP
UTY-RVNYN
UTY-TFNXZ3
FGLair
DR_OP002EF_06
2016.11.28

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  • Page 1 OPTINAL PART Zone control system DESIGN & TECHNICAL MANUAL ZONE CONTROL INTERFACE UTY-CDPXZC UTY-CDPXZD WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER WIRELESS LAN ADAPTER MOBILE APP UTY-RVNYN UTY-TFNXZ3 FGLair DR_OP002EF_06 2016.11.28...
  • Page 2 • Product specifications and design are subject to change without notice for future improvement. • For further details, please check with our authorized dealer. Trademarks The following term and logo are trademarks of Fujitsu General Limited in the United States, other countries or both: ™...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Part 1. ZONE CONTROL SYSTEM..........1 1. Applicable indoor units ................2 2. Model lineup ....................3 3. Overview ....................4 3-1. Wired remote controller....................5 4. Specifications.................... 7 4-1. Wired remote controller....................7 4-2. Zone Control Interface ....................8 5.
  • Page 4 CONTENTS (continued) Part 2. ZONE CONTROL SYSTEM with WLAN ADAPTER ..31 1. Applicable indoor units ................32 2. Model lineup .................... 33 3. Overview ....................34 3-1. Wireless LAN control ....................35 3-2. Wireless LAN adapter ....................37 4. Specifications..................38 4-1.
  • Page 5: Part 1. Zone Control System

    Part 1. ZONE CONTROL SYSTEM MODEL NAME: WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER UTY-RVNYN ZONE CONTROL INTERFACE UTY-CDPXZC UTY-CDPXZD...
  • Page 6: Applicable Indoor Units

    ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― Duct ARTA36LATU Inverter ― ― ARTA45LATU Inverter ARTG24LHTDP Inverter UTD-LFNB ARTG30LHTDP Inverter UTY-CDPXZC ARTG36LHTDP UTY-RNRYZ1 UTY-RVNYN ― UTY-RSNYN UTY-LBTYM ― ― UTY-XCSX  + UTZ-GXNA UTY-XWZXZG UTY-XSZX ― ― ― ― ― ― ―...
  • Page 7: Model Lineup

    2. Model lineup Wired remote controller Zone control interface UTY-CDPXZC UTY-RVNYN UTY-CDPXZD - 3 -...
  • Page 8: Overview

    3. Overview Zone control system controls the air conditioning of each room (zone) by the air conditioning sys- tem with forced draft air duct to reach the pleasant room temperature. : Remote Sensor (option) : Indoor unit : Zone Control Interface  ...
  • Page 9: Wired Remote Controller

    3-1. Wired remote controller a Display panel (with backlight) b Screen switch button (Left) c Menu button d Cancel button e Cursor button f Screen switch button (Right) g Power indicator h On/off button i Enter button - 5 -...
  • Page 10 ¢ Function setting list Item UTY-RVNYN Operation on/off ○ Operation mode setting ○ Fan speed setting ○ Set temperature setting ○ Air conditioning control function Set temperature range limitation ○ Test run ○ Economy setting ○ Set temperature auto return ○...
  • Page 11: Specifications

    4. Specifications 4-1. Wired remote controller Unit: mm 33.5 21.3 Size (H × W × D) 120 × 120 × 21.3 Weight ¢ Wiring specifications Size Wire type Remarks Remote controller 0.33 mm2 Use shielded cable (locally purchased) in accordance Polar 3 core cable (22AWG)
  • Page 12: Zone Control Interface

    4-2. Zone Control Interface Unit: mm Model name UTY-CDPXZC UTY-CDPXZD Power supply 240 V ~ 50 Hz Damper 24 V ~ 50 Hz 240 V ~ 50 Hz Zone 1 to 8 316 × 234 × 126 Dimensions (H × W × D) Gross 410 ×...
  • Page 13 (per a damper) Wire diameter 0.48 or more 0.75 Damper motor RJ12 Type 60227 cable Type 6-polar, 6-core IEC52 or 53  Transformer (locally purchased) Transformer Specification UTY-CDPXZC (24 V) Select an appropriate transformer for the damper specification. - 9 -...
  • Page 14: Wiring Design

    5. Wiring design 5-1. System diagram 1 remote controller 2 remote controllers Indoor unit Indoor unit Zone control Zone control Interface Interface Secon- Primary dary Remote controller Remote controllers A, B, and C: Remote controller cable. Prohibited uses: Zone control interface Zone control interface Indoor unit Zone control...
  • Page 15: Installation

    6. Installation CAUTION To prevent personal injury, property damage, or product malfunction, read the installation manu- al attached with the product carefully, and be sure to comply with the safety precautions. 6-1. Wired remote controller WARNING When installing this unit, make sure that there are no children nearby. Otherwise, injury or elec- tric shock could result.
  • Page 16 ¢ Installation procedure 1. Processing of the remote controller cable: a. Fix the near end of the tube with the cable tie (large) firmly. Do not fix the functional earthing wire with the cable tie (large). 150 mm Tube Cabel tie (large) Remote controller cable b.
  • Page 17 3. Installing the remote controller: • When attaching to switch box: a. Seal the wiring hole of the remote controller cable. b. Put a remote controller cable through the hole of the rear case. c. Fix the rear case by securing with attached screws (2 places). Seal the wiring hole of the remote controller cable with putty.
  • Page 18 4. Connect the cable to the terminals on the front case: Fix the cable together with the sheath by using the cable tie. Cut off the excess cable tie. Tightening torque Terminal screw 0.8 to 1.2 N·m 1. 12V (Red) 2.
  • Page 19: Zone Control Interface

    6-2. Zone control interface ¢ Installation space Leave space at the bottom of zone control interface so that the cables can be routed from the underside of the unit. For service space, refer to the installation manual of each indoor unit. ART 30/36 ART 72/90 [Attic]...
  • Page 20  Wiring of zone control interface 1) UTY-CDPXZC 1. Connecting with indoor unit: Cable tie (small) (accessory) Zone control interface connecting cable (accessory) Cable tie (small) (accessory) Indoor unit Cable tie (small) (accessory) 2. Connecting with remote controller: Up to 2 more controllers can be...
  • Page 21 3. Connecting with damper, power supply for dampers: Descriptions PIN 1 and 2 OPEN PIN 3 and 4 COMMON PIN 5 and 6 CLOSE 24 V power supply terminal block Cable tie (small) (accessory) Transformer 24 V AC 240 V Cable tie (small) (accessory) Power supply cable for dampers...
  • Page 22 5. Connecting with optional remote sensor: CN7 (white) CN8 (black) Remote sensor cables Cable tie (small) (accessory) Cable tie (small) (accessory) Indoor unit Remote sensor Remote sensor Cable tie (small) (accessory) - 18 -...
  • Page 23 2) UTY-CDPXZD 1. Connecting with indoor unit: Cable tie (small) (accessory) Zone control interface connecting cable Cable tie (small) (accessory) Indoor unit Cable tie (small) (accessory) 2. Connecting with remote controller: Up to 2 more controllers can be installed. When you install 2 remote controllers, use junction box Cable tie (small) (accessory)
  • Page 24 3. Connecting with damper, power supply for dampers: OPEN CLOSE COMMON Cable tie (small) Damper cables (accessory) Tighten 2 cables with a Cable tie (small). 4. Connecting with power supply: Cable clamp Power supply cable Protective earth (ground) wire - 20 -...
  • Page 25 5. Connecting with optional remote sensor: CN7 (white) Remote sensor CN8 (black) cable Cable tie (small) (accessory) Zone control interface connecting cable Cable tie (small) (accessory) Cable tie (small) (accessory) Indoor unit Remote sensor Remote sensor - 21 -...
  • Page 26: Function Settings

    7. Function settings To adjust the functions of this product according to the installation environment, various types of function settings are available. NOTE: Incorrect settings can cause a product malfunction. 7-1. Function settings on wired remote controller By using some components on the wired remote controller, you can change the function settings related on the remote controller.
  • Page 27: Function Settings By Using Remote Controller

    7-2. Function settings by using remote controller Some function settings can be changed on the remote controller. After confirming the setting pro- cedure and the content of each function setting, select appropriate functions for your installation environment. NOTE: Incorrect settings can cause a product malfunction. ¢...
  • Page 28 Select the [Function No.] with pressing the [Cursor button (Left/Right)], and select the Func- tion No. to be set with pressing the [Cursor button (Up/Down)]. Function setting Mo 10:00 R.C. Function Setting address Cancel: Version Error history Select the [Setting No.] with pressing the [Cursor button (Left/Right)], and select the Setting No.
  • Page 29 ¢ Function settings of remote controller Perform the following operations within 3 minutes after turning on the power. 1. Enter the “Service” screen. Submenu Service Mo 10:00 Mo 10:00 Date and time Test run Function setting Screen Error history Filter sign I.U.address verification R.C.
  • Page 30  Set temp. range (Initial) The set temperature range of the wired remote controller can be restricted from the begin- ning. Set the set temperature range of each operation mode. NOTES: • In the case of dual remote control operation, make the primary unit and the secondary unit setting same.
  • Page 31 ¢ Function settings of zone control interface  Number of outlets Auto fan speed is controlled by setting the number of outlets. Set the number of outlet. NOTE: Install the outlets so that air velocity of each outlet is same value. ...
  • Page 32  Connection state of op. sensor Set when you use optional sensor.  Temperature sensor setting Set whether to use temperature sensor of the remote controller.  Zone function setting Adjust temperature of optional sensor. - 28 -...
  • Page 33: Accessories

    8. Accessories 8-1. Wired remote controller Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Installation manual Cable tie (large) Operation manual Cable tie (small) Connecting cable Tube Tapping screw, Cable clamper M4 × 16 mm Tapping screw, M4 × 14 mm 8-2.
  • Page 34: Optional Parts

    9. Optional parts 9-1. Zone control interface Exterior Part name Model name Summary New amenity space can be offered Remote sensor UTY-XSZX by installing Remote sensor unit in unit the remote controller. - 30 -...
  • Page 35: Part 2. Zone Control System With Wlan Adapter

    Part 2. ZONE CONTROL SYSTEM with WLAN ADAPTER MODEL NAME: WIRELESS LAN ADAPTER UTY-TFNXZ3 MOBILE APPLICATION FGLair ZONE CONTROL INTERFACE UTY-CDPXZC UTY-CDPXZD...
  • Page 36: Applicable Indoor Units

    ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― Duct ARTA36LATU Inverter ― ― ARTA45LATU Inverter ARTG24LHTDP Inverter UTD-LFNB ARTG30LHTDP Inverter UTY-CDPXZC ARTG36LHTDP UTY-RNRYZ1 UTY-RVNYN ― UTY-RSNYN UTY-LBTYM ― ― UTY-XCSX  + UTZ-GXNA UTY-XWZXZG UTY-XSZX ― ― ― ― ― ― ―...
  • Page 37: Model Lineup

    2. Model lineup Wireless LAN adapter Mobile application Zone control interface UTY-CDPXZC ™ UTY-TFNXZ3 FGLair UTY-CDPXZD - 33 -...
  • Page 38: Overview

    3. Overview Zone control system controls the air conditioning of each room (zone) by the air conditioning sys- tem with forced draft air duct to reach the pleasant room temperature. : Remote Sensor (option) : Indoor unit : Zone Control Interface  ...
  • Page 39: Wireless Lan Control

    After installation of FGLair, user registration is required. For user registration and setup in- formation, refer to the setting manual attached with the product. For information on Wireless LAN control, refer to the following web site: http://www.fujitsu-general.com/global/support/ - 35 -...
  • Page 40 ¢ Wireless LAN function list NOTE: To use Wireless LAN control, user registration in advance and access to the wire- less home network are required. UTY-TFNXZ3 Item FGLair Operation on/off ○ Operation mode setting ○ Set temperature setting ○ Fan speed setting ○...
  • Page 41: Wireless Lan Adapter

    3-2. Wireless LAN adapter a LED 1 (green) Operation status indicator. b LED 2 (orange) Wireless LAN status indicator. c Setting button Used for connecting to wireless router. ¢ Schematic diagram WLAN adapter Internet Indoor unit Zone control Wireless LAN router interface (Locally purchased) Smart device...
  • Page 42: Specifications

    4. Specifications 4-1. Wireless LAN adapter Unit: mm Top view Top view Side view Model name UTY-TFNXZ3 96 × 38 × 15 Dimensions (H × W × D) Gross 207 × 138.5 × 50 Weight Gross Operating temperature range °C 0 to 46 ¢...
  • Page 43: Zone Control Interface

    4-2. Zone Control Interface Unit: mm Model name UTY-CDPXZC UTY-CDPXZD Power supply 240 V ~ 50 Hz Damper 24 V ~ 50 Hz 240 V ~ 50 Hz Zone 1 to 8 316 × 234 × 126 Dimensions (H × W × D) Gross 410 ×...
  • Page 44 (per a damper) Wire diameter 0.48 or more 0.75 Damper motor RJ12 Type 60227 cable Type 6-polar, 6-core IEC52 or 53  Transformer (locally purchased) Transformer Specification UTY-CDPXZC (24 V) Select an appropriate transformer for the damper specification. - 40 -...
  • Page 45: Wiring Design

    5. Wiring design 5-1. System diagram Outdoor unit Indoor unit Zone control interface WLAN adapter Prohibited uses: (1) Combined use with wired remote controller (2) Extended wiring Extending the cable is prohibited. Zone control Zone control interface interface All wired remote Junction box controller - 41 -...
  • Page 46: Installation

    6. Installation CAUTION To prevent personal injury, property damage, or product malfunction, read the setting manual at- tached with the product carefully, and be sure to comply with the safety precautions. 6-1. Wireless LAN adapter ¢ Precautions CAUTION • Do not bundle the WLAN adapter wiring with the connection cable running between the in- door and outdoor units, or the power supply cable.
  • Page 47 ¢ Installation procedure WARNING • Disconnect the power supply or turn off the breaker before starting work. Failure to discon- nect the power supply may lead to electric shock or fire. • Do not turn on the power until all installation work is complete. •...
  • Page 48: Zone Control Interface

    6-2. Zone control interface ¢ Installation space Leave space at the bottom of zone control interface so that the cables can be routed from the underside of the unit. For service space, refer to the installation manual of each indoor unit. ART 30/36 ART 72/90 [Attic]...
  • Page 49  Wiring of zone control interface 1) Preparation Modification of the WLAN cable is required. When connecting to the terminal block, cut off the connector with a nipper. WLAN adapter cable with connector CAUTION • To strip off the insulation of a lead wire, always use a special tool such as a wire stripper. •...
  • Page 50 2) UTY-CDPXZC 1. Connecting with indoor unit Cable tie (small) (accessory) Zone control interface connecting cable (accessory) Cable tie (small) (accessory) Indoor unit Cable tie (small) (accessory) 2. Connecting with wireless LAN adapter Cable tie (small) (accessory) Wireless LAN adapter...
  • Page 51 3. Connecting with damper, power supply for dampers Descriptions PIN 1 and 2 OPEN PIN 3 and 4 COMMON PIN 5 and 6 CLOSE 24 V power supply terminal block Cable tie (small) (accessory) Transformer 24 V AC 240 V Cable tie (small) (accessory) Power supply cable for dampers...
  • Page 52 5. Connecting with optional remote sensor CN7 (white) CN8 (black) Remote sensor cables Cable tie (small) (accessory) Cable tie (small) (accessory) Indoor unit Remote sensor Remote sensor Cable tie (small) (accessory) - 48 -...
  • Page 53 3) UTY-CDPXZD 1. Connecting with indoor unit Cable tie (small) (accessory) Zone control interface connecting cable Cable tie (small) (accessory) Indoor unit Cable tie (small) (accessory) 2. Connecting with wireless LAN adapter Cable tie (small) (accessory) Wireless LAN adapter cable Functional earth (ground) wire...
  • Page 54 3. Connecting with damper, power supply for dampers OPEN CLOSE COMMON Cable tie (small) Damper cables (accessory) Tighten 2 cables with a Cable tie (small). 4. Connecting with power supply Cable clamp Power supply cable Protective earth (ground) wire - 50 -...
  • Page 55 5. Connecting with optional remote sensor CN7 (white) Remote sensor CN8 (black) cable Cable tie (small) (accessory) Zone control interface connecting cable Cable tie (small) (accessory) Cable tie (small) (accessory) Indoor unit Remote sensor Remote sensor - 51 -...
  • Page 56: Initial Setup

    7. Initial setup By using FGLair, perform initial setup for WLAN control. NOTE: Make sure that the smart device is connected to the same wireless router that the WLAN adapter is connected. 7-1. Mobile app installation and user registration Visit Google Play store or App Store according to the type of connecting smart device. Search for FGLair in the store.
  • Page 57: Accessories

    8. Accessories 8-1. Wireless LAN adapter Part name Exterior Q’ty Part name Exterior Q’ty Setting manual Wireless LAN label (for Wireless LAN (Attached to the indoor unit beside the control) wireless LAN indicator) Tapping screw (large), M4 × 25 mm 8-2.
  • Page 58: Optional Parts

    9. Optional parts 9-1. Zone control interface Exterior Part name Model name Summary New amenity space can be offered Remote sensor UTY-XSZX by installing Remote sensor unit in unit the remote controller. - 54 -...

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