Panasonic CZ-RWSU1U Operating Instructions Manual
Panasonic CZ-RWSU1U Operating Instructions Manual

Panasonic CZ-RWSU1U Operating Instructions Manual

Wireless remote control system


Wireless Remote Control System
Before operating the unit, read these operating instructions
thoroughly and keep them for future reference.

Operating Instructions

Model No.
1006 Kadoma, Kadoma City, Osaka, Japan


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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating Instructions Wireless Remote Control System Model No. CZ-RWSU1U CZ-RWST1U CZ-RWSU2U CZ-RWSC1U CZ-RWSY1U CZ-RWSK1U Before operating the unit, read these operating instructions thoroughly and keep them for future reference. 1006 Kadoma, Kadoma City, Osaka, Japan 85464609158012 CV6233189680...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Before using the system, be sure to read these Electric shock or fi re may result if an inexperienced person performs any installation “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS”. procedures incorrectly. After reading this manual, save it in a convenient place.
  • Page 4: Names And Operations

    2. NAMES AND OPERATIONS One remote controller can control a group of up to eight indoor units. REMOTE CONTROLLER (See Page 14) Operation Display 11. Filter button Displays the operation status. (The fi gure CZ-RWSC1U shows all the statuses.) Press to turn off the fi lter lamp on the •...
  • Page 6 2. NAMES AND OPERATIONS (Cont.) RECEIVER Receiver in conjunction with a wired remote controller Receives the signal sent from the remote (sold separately). (Consult with the dealer controller. where the product was purchased about making the settings.) Emergency operation button Test/On switch Display lamps This is used during service.
  • Page 8 2. NAMES AND OPERATIONS (Cont.) RECEIVER CZ-RWSU2U Display Operation Panel Indoor Unit (CZ-RWSK1U)
  • Page 9: Installing Batteries

    3. INSTALLING BATTERIES 1. Remove the cover. 2. Insert two AAA alkaline batteries. Put the batteries in with the polarity [+/–] as shown in the fi gure. 3. Gently insert one end of an unfolded paper clip (or a similar object that can fi t) into the Reset hole and press the reset button inside the hole and then put the cover back on.
  • Page 10: Setting The Current Time

    4. SETTING THE CURRENT TIME After changing the batteries and pressing reset, be sure to reset the current time. (When reset is pressed, the current time reverts to [ 1. Press for two seconds or more. Once the clock displays starts blinking, the clock can be set. 2.
  • Page 11: Operation

    5. OPERATION , Heat , Dry , Cool , Fan Auto Models that only provide the cooling function cannot operate in the auto or heating modes. Power: Turn on the power of the indoor unit at least 14 hours before operation. 1.
  • Page 12 5. OPERATION (Cont.) If the unit is not heating very effectively with a Low fan speed , switch the fan speed to High Medium. Depending on the indoor unit being used, it may indicate a function that it does not have. (The fan speed is set.) If you cannot turn the air conditioner off in the normal way.
  • Page 13: Timer Operation

    6. TIMER OPERATION • When setting the timer, make sure the current time on the remote controller is accurate. • The timer’s clock can only be set when the display of the remote controller is ON. • After setting the timer, put the remote controller in a place where its signal will reach the receiver of the indoor unit.
  • Page 14 6. TIMER OPERATION (Cont.) Combining ON and OFF Timers • Setting the ON and OFF timers, respectively. Checking the timer setting • If you press either for the or the , the scheduled time is displayed for four seconds. • When no timer setting has been made, it displays --:--. (Initial Setting) Changing a timer setting •...
  • Page 15: Adjusting The Wind Direction

    • When the unit is in heating standby, the fl ap (up-down wind direction plate) faces upward. Also, bear in mind that the fl ap starts swinging after the heating standby mode is released, but the display on the remote controller indicates Auto Flap during standby heating as well. CZ-RWSU1U/CZ-RWST1U/CZ-RWSU2U/ In the Heat Mode CZ-RWSY1U/Indoor Unit (CZ-RWSK1U) Please face the fl...
  • Page 16: Operating Multiple In/Outdoor Units Simultaneously

    7. ADJUSTING THE WIND DIRECTION (Cont.) CZ-RWSC1U The available functions differ depending on the indoor unit being used. The wind direction cannot be set via remote controller for any models other than those noted below. For more information, please refer to the users’ manual that came with your indoor unit. Four-direction Ceiling Cassette Models, Bi-directional Ceiling Cassette Models, Unidirectional Cassette Models for High Ceilings, Ceiling Suspended Models, Wall Models...
  • Page 17: Using The Remote Controller

    9. USING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER • Point the transmitter of the remote controller at the receiver. When the signal is received correctly it will beep once. (It beeps twice only when the unit starts operating.) • The signal can be received at a distance of about 19 ft. This distance should be used only as a guide.
  • Page 18: Addresses

    11. ADDRESSES In both multi and single unit installations, when more than one indoor unit is installed in the same room with a compatible remote controller, addresses can be set up to avoid crosstalk. By setting the address switches on the receivers and matching them with the number of addresses on the remote controller, up to six indoor units can be controlled separately with the remote controller.
  • Page 19 Address Display on • • • • • the remote controller CZ-RWSU1U For 1, 2 and 3, set the switch on the right and for 4, Position of The position of the 5 and 6, to the left. receiver’s receiver’s address •...
  • Page 20 11. ADDRESSES (Cont.) Setting Addresses (CZ-RWSY1U/CZ-RWSK1U) (Setting the address of the indoor unit) 1. First of all, set the address for the remote controller with Setting Remote Control Address (See Page 16). 2. Press [Emergency Operation] of the indoor unit for four seconds or more. When you do this, the lamps of the display will blink one after another.
  • Page 21: Emergency Operation

    • When the remote controller is broken. • When the remote controller is lost. Figures: CZ-RWSU1U, CZ-RWSY1U and CZ-RWST1U are of receivers (inside indoor unit), CZ-RWSU2U is of the operation panel (inside indoor unit) and Indoor Unit (CZ-RWSK1U) is of its front panel.
  • Page 22 12. EMERGENCY OPERATION (Cont.) Stop: press [Emergency Operation] of the receiver again. Note • The Test Run/On and Test/On switches are for use when the unit is installed and test run. It is not for normal use. • If the [Normal/Stop ALL] switch is on Stop ALL , the unit cannot receive signals from the remote controller.
  • Page 23: Miscellaneous Settings

    13. MISCELLANEOUS SETTINGS A variety of changes can be made to settings, depending on the indoor unit being used. Wind Direction (fl ap) indicator, operation mode indicator, time display (24 hour, AM/ PM), Heat Max Temp • For information about the fl ap function, refer to the users’ manual of the unit being used. •...
  • Page 24: Before Requesting Service

    14. BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE Before requesting service, please check the followings. Problem Cause Solution The unit doesn’t work even The power to the indoor unit is not ON. Make sure the power to the indoor unit is when is pressed on the remote controller.
  • Page 25: Specifications

    15. SPECIFICATIONS CZ-RWSU1U/CZ-RWST1U/CZ-RWSC1U/CZ-RWSY1U/CZ-RWSK1U Dimensions 7-11/64 in. (H) × 2-13/32 in. (W) × 47/64 in. (D) Wireless Remote Controller Power source Two AAA alkaline batteries Clock Accuracy ±30 seconds per month (at 77 °F) CZ-RWSU1U/CZ-RWST1U/CZ-RWSC1U/CZ-RWSY1U CZ-RWSU1U 7-13/32 in. (H) × 7-13/32 in. (W) × 1-17/64 in. (D) CZ-RWST1U 2-9/16 in.
  • Page 26 DC0911-20112 Printed in Japan...

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