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CITY MULTI Control System
and Mitsubishi Mr. Slim Air Conditioners
MA Remote Controller
Instruction Book
Prior to use, thoroughly read the instructions in this manual to use the product correctly.
Retain for future reference.
Make sure that this CD-ROM and the Installation Manual are passed on to any future users.
To ensure safety and proper operation of the remote controller, the remote controller should
only be installed by qualified personnel.
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  • Page 1 English Deutsch Français CITY MULTI Control System and Mitsubishi Mr. Slim Air Conditioners Español MA Remote Controller PAR-31MAA Italiano Instruction Book Nederlands Português Ελληνικά Русский Türkçe Český Slovenský Magyar Polski Slovenščina Svenska Hrvatski Български Prior to use, thoroughly read the instructions in this manual to use the product correctly.
  • Page 2 Product features Feature 1 Large, easy-to-see display Cool Set temp. Full-dot LCD display with large characters for easy viewing Mode Temp. Feature 2 Simple button arrangement Feature 3 Large, easy-to-press buttons Buttons are arranged according to usage to allow for intuitive navigation.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety precautions ........4 Names and functions of controller components ..6 Controller interface ............6 Display ...............8 Read before operating the controller ..10 Menu structure............10 Icon explanations............. 11 Basic operations .......... 12 Power ON/OFF ............12 Operation mode, temperature, and fan speed settings ..14 Navigating through the menu ......
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions • Thoroughly read the following safety precautions before using the unit. • Observe these precautions carefully to ensure safety. WARNING Indicates a risk of death or serious injury. CAUTION Indicates a risk of serious injury or structural damage. •...
  • Page 5 This controller is designed for exclusive use with the cloth, and wipe off water with a dry cloth. Building Management System by Mitsubishi Electric. The use of this controller for with other systems or To avoid damage to the controller, provide protection for other purposes may cause malfunctions.
  • Page 6: Names And Functions Of Controller Components

    Names and functions of controller components Controller interface Function buttons...
  • Page 7 The functions of the function buttons 1 ON/OFF button change depending on the screen. Press to turn ON/OFF the indoor unit. Refer to the button function guide that appears at the bottom of the LCD for the functions they serve on a given screen.
  • Page 8: Display

    Names and functions of controller components Display The main display can be displayed in two different modes: "Full" and "Basic." The factory setting is "Full." To switch to the "Basic" mode, change the setting on the Main display setting. (Refer to page 46.) Full mode * All icons are displayed for explanation.
  • Page 9 1Operation mode Page 14 Page 26, 28, 42 Appears when the On/Off timer (Page 26), Night Indoor unit operation mode appears here. setback (Page 42), or Auto-off timer (Page 28) 2Preset temperature Page 15 function is enabled. Preset temperature appears here. appears when the timer is disabled by the centralized control system.
  • Page 10: Read Before Operating The Controller

    Read before operating the controller Menu structure Main menu Press the Vane•Louver•Vent. (Lossnay) Page 22 MENU button. Page 24 High power Move the cursor Timer to the desired Page 26 On/Off timer item with the F1 and Auto-Off timer Page 28 F2 buttons, Weekly timer Page 30...
  • Page 11: Icon Explanations

    Service Refer to the indoor unit Installation Test run Manual. Refer to the indoor unit Installation Input maintenance info. Manual. Function setting Refer to the Installation Manual. (Mr. Slim) Function setting Refer to page 50. (City Multi) Lossnay (City Multi only) Refer to the Installation Manual.
  • Page 12: Basic Operations

    Basic operations Power ON/OFF Button operation Press the ON/OFF button. The ON/OFF lamp will light up in green, and the operation will start. Press the ON/OFF button again. The ON/OFF lamp will come off, and the operation will stop.
  • Page 13 Operation status memory Remote controller setting Operation mode Operation mode before the power was turned off Preset temperature Preset temperature before the power was turned off Fan speed Fan speed before the power was turned off Settable preset temperature range Operation mode Preset temperature range Cool/Dry...
  • Page 14: Operation Mode, Temperature, And Fan Speed Settings

    Basic operations Operation mode, temperature, and fan speed settings Button operation Operation mode Press the F1 button to go through the operation modes in the order of "Cool, Dry, Fan, Auto, and Heat." Select the desired operation mode. Room Cool Set temp.
  • Page 15: Preset Temperature

    Preset temperature <Cool, Dry, Heat, and Auto (single set point)> Press the F2 button to decrease the preset temperature, and press the F3 button to increase. Room Cool Set temp. Auto •Refer to the table on page 13 for the settable temperature range for different operation modes.
  • Page 16: Fan Speed

    Basic operations Press the F1 or F2 button to move the cursor Set Temp. to the desired temperature setting (cooling or heating). Preset temperature Press the F3 button to decrease the selected for cooling temperature, and F4 to increase. Main display: Preset temperature Cursor...
  • Page 18: Navigating Through The Menu

    Navigating through the menu Main menu list Setting and display Setting details Reference items page Vane•Louver•Vent. Use to set the vane angle. (Lossnay) •Select a desired vane setting from fi ve different settings. Use to turn ON/OFF the louver. •Select a desired setting from "ON" and "OFF." Use to set the amount of ventilation.
  • Page 19: Restrictions For The Sub Remote Controller

    Setting and display Setting details Reference items page Night setback Use to make Night setback settings. •Select "Yes" to enable the setting, and "No" to disable the setting. The temperature range and the start/stop times can be set. * Clock setting is required. Filter information Use to check the fi...
  • Page 20: Navigating Through The Main Menu

    Navigating through the menu Navigating through the Main menu Button operation Accessing the Main menu Main Main menu Press the MENU button. Vane·Louver·Vent. (Lossnay) High power Timer The Main menu will appear. Weekly timer OU silent mode Main display: Cursor Page Item selection Press F1 to move the cursor down.
  • Page 21 Saving the settings OU silent mode Select the desired item, and press the SELECT Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Start Stop Silent button. The screen to set the selected item will appear. Setting display: Exiting the Main menu screen Press the RETURN button to exit the Main menu and return to the Main display.
  • Page 22: Controller Operation-function Settings

    Controller operation-Function settings Vane•Louver•Vent. (Lossnay) Button operation Accessing the menu Select "Vane•Louver•Vent. (Lossnay)" from the Main Main menu Vane·Louver·Vent. (Lossnay) Main menu (refer to page 20), and press the High power SELECT button. Timer Weekly timer OU silent mode Main display: Cursor Page Vane setting...
  • Page 23: Louver Setting

    Louver setting Press the F4 button to turn the louver swing ON and OFF. Vane Vent. Louver (Sample screen on City Multi) Vent. setting Press the F3 button to go through the ventilation setting options in the order of "Off," "Low,"...
  • Page 24: High Power

    Controller operation-Function settings High power Function description High-power operation function allows the units to operate at higher-than-normal capacity so that the room air can be conditioned to an optimum temperature quickly. This operation will last for up to 30 minutes, and the unit will return to the normal operation mode at the end of the 30 minutes or when the room temperature reaches the preset temperature, whichever is earlier.
  • Page 25: Clock

    Clock Button operation Select "Initial setting" from the Main menu (refer Main Main menu to page 20), and press the SELECT button. Maintenance Initial setting Service Main display: Clock setting is required before making the Cursor Page following settings. • On/Off timer •...
  • Page 26: Timer (on/off Timer)

    Controller operation-Function settings Timer Main On/Off timer Button operation Select "Timer" from the Main menu (refer to page Main Main menu 20), and press the SELECT button. Vane·Louver·Vent. (Lossnay) High power Timer Weekly timer OU silent mode Main display: Cursor Page The On/Off timer will not work in the following cases: when On/Off timer is disabled, during an error, during...
  • Page 27 Change the setting with the F3 or F4 button. Timer On/Off timer: No (disable)/Yes (enable) • On/Off timer / Yes On: Operation start time • (settable in 5-minute increments) Repeat No / * Press and hold the button to rapidly advance Select: the numbers.
  • Page 28: Auto-off Timer

    Controller operation-Function settings Timer Main Auto-Off timer Button operation Bring up the Timer setting screen. Timer (Refer to page 26.) On/Off timer Repeat Select "Auto-Off", and press the SELECT Auto-Off Stop in --- min button. Setting display: Cursor The Auto-Off timer will not work in the following cases: when Auto-Off timer is disabled, during an error, during check (in the service menu), during test run, during remote controller diagnosis, during Function setting, when...
  • Page 29 Press the SELECT button to save the settings. Auto-Off timer Auto-Off Stop in Select: Cursor Time A confirmation screen will appear. Auto-Off timer Auto-Off Stop in Navigating through the screens Changes saved • To go back to the Main menu ..MENU button Main menu: •...
  • Page 30: Weekly Timer

    Controller operation-Function settings Weekly timer Main Button operation Select "Weekly timer" from the Main menu (refer Main Main menu to page 20), and press the SELECT button. Vane·Louver·Vent. (Lossnay) High power Timer Weekly timer OU silent mode Main display: The Weekly timer will not work in the following cases: Cursor Page when the On/Off timer is enabled, when the weekly timer...
  • Page 31 The weekly timer setting screen will appear and Weekly timer the current settings will be displayed. Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Up to eight operation patterns can be set for each day. Input display: Move the cursor to the desired day of the week Select Page with the F1 or F2 button, and press the...
  • Page 32: Ou Silent Mode

    Controller operation-Function settings OU silent mode Main Function description This function allows the user to set the time periods in which priority is given to quiet operation of outdoor units over temperature control. Set the start and stop times each day of the week for the quiet operation.
  • Page 33 The OU silent mode setting screen will appear. OU silent mode Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Start Stop Silent To make or change the setting, move the cursor to the desired day of the week with the F1 or Select: F2 button, and press the F3 button to select it.
  • Page 34: Restriction

    Controller operation-Function settings Restriction Setting the temperature range restriction Button operation Select "Restriction" from the Main menu (refer to Main Main menu page 20), and press the SELECT button. Restriction Energy saving Night setback Filter information Error information Main display: Cursor Page The current settings will appear.
  • Page 35 Change the settings with the F3 or F4 button. Temp. range • Temp. range: No (unrestricted) or Temp. range No / Cool·Dry Yes (restricted) Heat Auto • Cool•Dry: Upper and lower limit temperature (1ºC increments) Select: Cursor Temp. • Heat: Upper and lower limit temperature (1ºC increments) •...
  • Page 36: Operation Lock Function

    Controller operation-Function settings Restriction Operation lock function To enable the operation lock function, set the item "Operation locked" to " Yes". Button operation Bring up the Restriction setting screen. (Refer to Restriction page 34.) Operation locked On/Off Mode Set temp. Vane Move the cursor to "Operation locked"...
  • Page 37 will appear on the Main display in the Full mode when the operation lock function setting is enabled. Room Cool Set temp. Auto Operation guide that corresponds to the locked function will be suppressed. Mode (When Set temp. is locked)
  • Page 38: Energy Saving

    Controller operation-Function settings Energy saving Main Automatic return to the preset temperature Button operation Select "Energy saving" from the Main menu Main Main menu (refer to page 20), and press the SELECT Restriction Energy saving button. Night setback Filter information Error information Main display: Cursor...
  • Page 39 Change the settings with the F3 or F4 button. Auto return Auto return: No (disable)/Yes (enable) • Auto return No / Cool: After Cool: Timer setting range is 30 to 120 minutes • back to Heat: After in 10-minute increments. back to Select: Temperature setting range is 19 to 30ºC...
  • Page 40 Controller operation-Function settings Energy saving Main Setting the energy-saving operation schedule Button operation Bring up the "Energy saving" screen. (Refer to Energy saving page 38.) Auto return Cool: min, Heat: min, Schedule Move the cursor to the "Schedule," and press the Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Setting display: SELECT button.
  • Page 41 The setting change/day of the week selection Energy saving screen will appear. Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Up to four operation patterns can be set for each day. Input: Move the cursor to the desired day of the week Select with the F1 or F2 button, and press the F3 button to select it.
  • Page 42: Night Setback

    Controller operation-Function settings Night setback Main Function description This control starts heating operation when the control object group is stopped and the room temperature drops below the preset lower limit temperature. Also, this control starts cooling operation when the control object group is stopped and the room temperature rises above the preset upper limit temperature.
  • Page 43 Move the cursor to the desired item with the F1 Night setback or F2 button out of Night setback No (disable)/ Night setback No / Temp. range - 28 Yes (enable), Temp. range, Start time, or Stop Start 23:00 Stop 5:00 time.
  • Page 44: Manual Vane Angle

    Controller operation-Function settings Manual vane angle Main Button operation Select "Maintenance" from the Main menu (refer Main Main menu to page 20), and press the SELECT button. Maintenance Initial setting Service Main display: Cursor Page Select "Manual vane angle" with the F1 or F2 Maintenance menu button, and press the SELECT button.
  • Page 45 The current vane setting will appear. Manual vane angle Select the desired outlets from 1 through 4 with the F1 or F2 button. Select: Outlet: "1," "2," "3," "4," and "1, 2, 3, 4, (all outlets)" • Outlet Angle Press the F3 or F4 button to go through the option in the order of "No setting (reset),"...
  • Page 46: Main Display

    Controller operation-Function settings Main display Button operation Select "Initial setting" from the Main menu (refer Main Main menu to page 20), and press the SELECT button. Maintenance Initial setting Service Main display: Cursor Page Move the cursor to the "Main display" with Initial setting menu the F1 or F2 button, and press the SELECT Main/Sub...
  • Page 47: Contrast

    Contrast Button operation Select "Initial setting" from the Main menu (refer Main Main menu to page 20), and press the SELECT button. Maintenance Initial setting Service Main display: Cursor Page Move the cursor to the "Contrast" with the F1 or Initial setting menu F2 button, and press the SELECT button.
  • Page 48: Language Selection

    Controller operation-Function settings Language selection Function description The desired language can be set. The language options are English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, and Russian. Button operation Select "Initial setting" from the Main menu (refer Main Main menu to page 20), and press the SELECT button. Maintenance Initial setting Service...
  • Page 49 Move the cursor to the language you desire with Language selection the F1 through F4 buttons, and press the English Français Deutsch Español SELECT button to save the setting. Italiano Português Svenska Pycckий Select: Cursor Cursor When the power is on for the first time, the Language selection screen will be displayed.
  • Page 50: Function Setting

    Controller operation-Function settings Function setting (City Multi) Function description Make the indoor units' function settings from the remote controller as necessary. The following settings should be made only for City Multi units and as necessary. • Refer to the Installation Manual for how to make the settings for Mr. Slim units. •...
  • Page 51 The Function Setting screen will appear. Function setting Press the F1 or F2 button to move the cursor M-NET address Function No. to one of the following: M-NET address, function Data Function / Conf setting number, or setting value. Then, press the Select: F3 or F4 button to change the settings to the Cursor...
  • Page 52: Maintenance

    Maintenance Filter information will appear on the Main display in the Full mode when it is time to clean the filters. Room Wash, clean, or replace the filters when this sign appears. Cool Set temp. Auto Refer to the indoor unit Instructions Manual for details.
  • Page 53 Select "OK" with the F4 button. Filter information Reset filter sign? Cancel A confirmation screen will appear. Filter information Filter sign reset Navigating through the screens • To go back to the Main menu ..MENU button Main menu: • To return to the previous screen ..RETURN button When the is displayed on the Main display in the Full mode, the system is centrally...
  • Page 54: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Error information When an error occurs, the following screen will appear. Check the error status, stop the operation, and consult your dealer. Button operation Error code, error unit, refrigerant address, unit Error information Error code model name, and serial number will appear. Error unit Ref.
  • Page 55 Press the F4 button or the ON/OFF button to Error information reset the error that is occurring. Error code Error unit Ref. address Unt# Model name Errors cannot be reset while the ON/OFF Serial No. Reset error: Reset button operation is prohibited. Page Reset blinks...
  • Page 56: Specifications

    Specifications Controller specifications Specifi cation Product size 120(W) x 120(H) x 19(D) mm (4 3/4 x 4 3/4 x 3/4 [in]) (not including the protruding part) Net weight 0.25 kg (9/16 lb.) Rated power supply voltage 12 VDC (supplied from indoor units) Power consumption 0.3 W Usage environment...
  • Page 57 Function list (as of December 1, 2012) : Supported : Unsupported Function City Multi Mr. Slim Required password Operation/ Power ON/OFF Display Operation mode switch Room temperature setting Auto (dual set point) mode Fan speed setting Vane angle setting Louver setting Ventilation setting High power operation Auto descending panel...
  • Page 58 List of functions that can/cannot be used in combination High On/Off Auto-off Weekly Temperature Operation Auto Energy Night power timer timer timer silent range lock return saving setback mode schedule High power On/Off timer Auto-off timer Weekly timer OU silent mode Temperature range...
  • Page 59 • Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BLDG. , 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN Authorized representative in EU: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V. HARMAN HOUSE, 1 GEORGE STREET, UXBRIDGE, MIDDLESEX UB8 1QQ, U.K. WT06693X01...

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