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Mitsubishi Electric LMAP03U Installation Manual

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Building Air-Conditioners Control System
LM ADAPTER
Model : LMAP03U
Before using the unit, please read this Installation
Manual carefully to ensure correct operation. Store this
Installation Manual in a location that is easy to find.
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Echelon logo are trademarks of Echelon Corporation
registered in the United States and other countries.
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Contents
Safety precautions ····················································1,2
1 .Parts Include ····························································3
2 .Specifications ···························································3
2 -1 External View ···················································3
2 -2 Enviroment Specifications ·······························3
2 -5 List of LM ADAPTER Functions ·······················4
3.Installation ·······························································5
3 -1 Locally Procured Parts ·····································5
3 -2 Installation Method ···········································6
3 -3 Wiring Methods ················································7
3 -4 Electrical Wiring ···············································8
4 .Sysyem Settings ·····················································10
5 .Confirming Operation ·············································13
5 -1 Flow of Onsite Adjustments ····························13
5 -3 Preparation and Setting ·································13
5 -4 Test Run ·························································14
6 .Troubleshooting ······················································14
6 -1 Abstract ··························································15
6 -2 Troubleshooting ·············································16
6 -3 Error Code list ················································18
Appendix : Test run check sheet ······························19
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Building Air-Conditioners Control System LM ADAPTER Model : LMAP03U Installation Manual Contents Safety precautions ····················································1,2 1 .Parts Include ····························································3 2 .Specifications ···························································3 2 -1 External View ···················································3 2 -2 Enviroment Specifications ·······························3 2 -3 Connected Air Conditioning Equipment ··········4 2 -4 L Network Specifications ················4...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions • Before instralling this unit,make sure you read all the “Safety Precautions”. • This manual describes the installation of LM ADAPTER and wiring to the outdoor unit. • Please read the installation manual of air-conditioning units with regards to the installation method of air-conditioning units. •...

  • Page 4

    CAUTION Do not install the unit where combustible gas may leak. When installing the unit in a hospital, communication If the gas leaks and accumulates around the unit, an station, or similar place, provide sufficient protection explosion may result. against noise. Inverter equipment, private power generator, high-frequency Do not use in any special environment.

  • Page 5: Parts Include

    1. Parts Include Verify that the following parts are appended to the product. Binding band Name Main Unit Installation manual Shape Quantity · The external interface file (XIF) is necessary for the product. Upon verifying the 16-digit program ID (PID) which is bonded on the board, please contact your dealer. 2.

  • Page 6: Connected Air Conditioning Equipment

    2-3 Connected Air Conditioning Equipment Item Description MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Multiple split type air conditioners CITY MULTI Connected Equipment Split-type air conditioners Mr.SLIM Heat recovery ventilators LOSSNAY (* For details of the connected models, please contact your dealer.) Number of Units...

  • Page 7: Installation

    3. Installation <Notes> Read and understand the contents of Chapter 1 “Safety Precautions ” before performing the installation. 3-1 Locally Procured Parts Prepare the following prior to installing the unit. Locally procured parts Contents Power wire Use sheathed vinyl cord or wire. and ground wire Wire type ………...

  • Page 8: Installation Method

    3-2 Installation Method • LM ADAPTER is not waterproof type. • LM ADAPTER shall be installed in a control panel box (steel : thickness 1 mm (3/64 in) or more). Please prepare the control panel box in consideration with installation space as shown in the Fig. (Install in an area capable of withstanding a 3.4 kg (7 1/2 lb) load.) The unit shall be also installed in vertical direction only indicated by arrow making on the cover as shown in the Fig.

  • Page 9: Wiring Methods

    3-3 Wiring Methods Use wire clamps provided to secure the wires and prevent external force from being conveyed by the wire to the wire connections. * External force could cause deformation or damage to the terminal blocks. Note1 Connect the power supply wires and grounding wire CN605 to “L1”, “L2”...

  • Page 10: Electrical Wiring

    3-4 Electrical Wiring Main Power Switch 3A (Wink) LED001 LED003 LED002 LED004 SWU1 SWU2 Unit Body (1st digit) (2nd digit) Power supply ~208-230V 60Hz L.B. CN33 CN31 CN605 ZNR2 LED009 (WDT) M-NET Power Supply CN71 LED201 ZNR1 LEDL AC250V (18007RST) (Service CN40 CN41...

  • Page 11

    Explanation of function switch Note: Function switch setting of LM ADAPTER is different according to the management item of the equipment connected with L . Carefully set the system. ® ORKS Factory Switch name Function Note Set timing setting Before power SW1-1 Function switch Operation local prohibit nv input from...

  • Page 12: Sysyem Settings

    4. System Settings This chapter only describes the system settings of this product. For the installation work and electrical work, refer to the last chapter “ 3. Installation ”. <Notes> Read and understand the contents of Chapter 1 “Safety Precautions ” before performing the installation. The system setting is different depending on the system configuration connected.

  • Page 13: If Used Together With System Controller

    4-2 If used together with system controller. Centralized controller OC : Outdoor Unit (system controller) : Switch Position as is LM ADAPTER SW2-1 [OFF] M-NET transmission line CN41 (Centralized control line) CN41 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CN40 M-NET transmission line Shielded line ground...

  • Page 14: Initialization Settings Of Lon Works Network

    4-3 Initialization Settings of L ® Network ORKS For details, refer to “ FTT-10A Free Topology Transceiver User's Guide ” of Echelon Corporation. For reference, the system specifications and Transmission specifications are described. (1) System Specifications • Up to 64 FTT-10/FTT-10A transceivers are allowed per network segment. •...

  • Page 15: Confirming Operation

    5. Confirming Operation 5-1 Flow of Onsite Adjustments …… Test run by unit and local remote controller Refer to 5-4 (1) …… Refer to 5-4 (2) Test run by LM ADAPTER …… ® Test run from the L network Refer to 5-4 (3) ORKS ®...

  • Page 16: Test Run

    5-4 Test Run Perform the test run according to the test procedure of the test run check list. (1) Test run of units by local remote controller Perform the test run of the units by using the local remote controller or system controller. * Confirm that all units are running normally.

  • Page 17: Troubleshooting

    6. Troubleshooting 6-1 Abstract If LM ADAPTER does not properly operate, first check the following contents. Item Normal state Contents to check Check the Main Power Switch to the LM ADAPTER is not turned off, any LED009 connectors (CN605, CN65, CN32, CN33, CN31, CN71) are disconnected (WDT) and for a blown fuse (F).

  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    6-2 Troubleshooting Error content Cause Checking method and remedy (1) It takes time for the initial processing It can take about 15 minutes for the initial processing LED002 is ON to complete (normal). to complete. Wait until the initial processing finishes. (2)Setting on M-NET side is not properly Verify that the test operation of the air conditioner is completed.

  • Page 19

    Error content Cause Checking method and remedy Independent/combi (1)The LM ADAPTER is not completely Refer to 2-(1). ned LOSSNAY can initialized. not be operated (2)Setting on M-NET side is not properly Refer to 2-(2). from the LON side. completed. (3)If system controller is used together Refer to 2-(3).

  • Page 20: Error Code List

    6-3 Error code list Error Display of trouble Error content Symptom Cause Checking method and remedy code 6600 M-NET remote controller, M-NET • If it has been • If there are two or more • Check that there are no MA remote controller, duplication confirmed that a unit...

  • Page 21: Appendix : Test Run Check Sheet

    Appendix : Test run check sheet Test run check sheet ® Test run of units (SW1-9) Operation from L network Confirmation of operating status ORKS Unit MEMO OFF Operation Operation address Intake Error temperature temperature temperature mode mode * Check the building control system functions beforehand and check off each operation as it is tested. For the check list, you can either copy this sheet or make a new check list based on this sheet.

  • Page 24

    NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide resonable protection against harmful inter- ference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

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