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Heating Set-Up - Mitsubishi Electric Ecodan PUHZ-W50VHA-BS Homeowner's Manual

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Heating Set-up (Heating Eco Mode)
Whilst heating a property the 'eco heating' is the recommended mode to use; this setting is a heating function with weather com-
pensation. This function sets the target temperature depending on the outdoor temperature. The buttons on the controller are
represented by letters explained on page 10.
What is on the screen
1. Normal mode
2. Water Temp Heating
3. Water Temp Eco Heating No.1
4. Water Temp Eco Heating No.1
5. Water Temp Eco Heating No.1
6. Water Temp Eco Heating No.1
7. Water Temp Eco Heating No.2
8. Water Temp Eco Heating No.2
9. Water Temp Eco Heating No.2
10. Water Temp Eco Heating No.2 High Ambient Outdoor Temperature Press A
11. Water Temp Eco Heating No.2 High Ambient Outdoor Temperature Hold down E
When setting up the controller, pressing button A must be used to memorise these settings.
Once the 'heating eco' mode is activated the parameters need to be chosen. The recommended temperatures are listed
on page 19.
Throughout this guide the buttons on the controller are referenced by letters and displays by numbers ; this key can be found on page 10
When setting up the controller, pressing button A must be used to
memorize the settings.
Once these have been set-up, likewise with the heating a temperature
needs to be set-up, these instructions are on the following page.
Heating Parameters
The weather compensation feature allows for higher temperatures to
be achieved when the outdoor temperature is warmer.
12
Flashing Temp. represents
Low Ambient Target Flow
Low Ambient Target Flow
Low Ambient Outdoor Temperature
Low Ambient Outdoor Temperature
High Ambient Target Flow
High Ambient Target Flow
High Ambient Outdoor Temperature Press F
Keypad selection
Notes
Hold down H for
This activates the controller, the display will flash
3 seconds
with the words 'loading'
Press E
This mode is not necessary and should be skipped
Press F
Move up or down to desired temperature. Low
ambient flow/ temperature is denoted by No.1
Press D
Changes to next temperature variable
Press F
Move up or down to desired temperature
Press E
Changes to next temperature variable
Press F
Move up or down to desired temperature. High
ambient flow/ temperature is denoted by No.2
Press D
Changes to next temperature variable
Move up or down to desire temperature
This must be pressed to memorise these settings.
The screen will flash 'settings' for several seconds
This will end the parameters that need to be set.
Pressing D will return to step 3.
A
FLOW TEMP.
No.1
No.2
No. 1
B
OUTDOOR
TEMP.
No.2

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