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Mitsubishi Electric PAR-SL97A-E Instruction Book

Building air conditioning control system wireless remote controller.
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Mitsubishi Electric Building
Air Conditioning Control System
Wireless Remote Controller
INSTRUCTION BOOK
Read this manual thoroughly before using the remote controller.
For those who carry out the installation work.
After completing all the work, explain how to operate the remote controller to the customer referring to this manual, then hand the manual over to him.
MANUEL D'UTILISATION
Veuillez lire attentivement le présent manuel avant d'utiliser la télécommande.
Pour les personnes chargées des travaux d'installation.
Lorsque les travaux sont terminés, expliquer le fonctionnement de la télécommande au client en se reportant au présent manuel puis lui remettre le manuel.
PAR-SL97A-E
CHECK
TEST RUN
MODEL SELECT
NOT AVAILABLE
TEMP
ON/OFF

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  • Page 1 Mitsubishi Electric Building Air Conditioning Control System Wireless Remote Controller PAR-SL97A-E CHECK TEST RUN MODEL SELECT NOT AVAILABLE TEMP ON/OFF INSTRUCTION BOOK • Read this manual thoroughly before using the remote controller. • For those who carry out the installation work.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Table des matières Contents Page 1. Safety Precautions ..............................3 ~ 4 2. Name of Component ............................... 2.1. Wireless Remote Controller .......................... 2.2. Signal Receiving Unit ............................ 3. Before Operation ..............................6 ~ 11 3.1. Installing the remote controller ........................3.2.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    1. Safety Precautions 1. Consignes de Sécurité 1. Safety Precautions • Be sure to read these Safety precautions thoroughly and install the remote controller correctly. • The following two symbols are used to denote dangers that may be caused by incorrect use. They are classified according to the degree of danger. WARNING: This symbol denotes what could lead to serious injury or death if you misuse the controller.
  • Page 4 I Do not use for other special purposes. • The controller has been designed for use with the MITSUBISHI Electric Building Air Conditioning Control System only. Do not use for other purposes such as controlling other air conditioners. Doing so may result in breakdown.
  • Page 5: Name Of Component

    2. Name of Component 2. Nom des Composants 2. Name of Component 2.1. Wireless Remote Controller The following example is for explanatory purposes only and shows the operat- ing section when all the LCD displays are lit. It differs from the actual display. The LCD will remain dark while the remote controller is not in operation.
  • Page 6: Signal Receiving Unit

    2. Name of Component 3. Before Operation 2. Nom des Composants 3. Avant de faire Fonctionner l’Appareil 2.2. Signal Receiving Unit 1 ON/OFF lamp (lit when unit is operating; unlit when unit is not operating) Sold separately Type De Type Vendu séparément 2 Emergency operation In cases where the remote control unit does not operate properly, use either COOL or...
  • Page 7: Replacing The Batteries And How To Set The Current Time

    3. Before Operation 3. Avant de faire Fonctionner l’Appareil 3.2. Replacing the Batteries and how to set the current time If no signal is transmitted and the indoor unit’s lamp does not light up even if the remote controller is operated, the batteries may have run out, so replace them with new ones as described below.
  • Page 8: Temperature Display (°c/°f) Setting

    3. Before Operation 3. Avant de faire Fonctionner l’Appareil ° ° 1) Temperature display ( F) setting (The factory setting is “Celsius [No. 01]”). 1 Press the SET button using a thin stick. A MODEL SELECT blinks. AUTO START 2 Press the button.
  • Page 9: Fan Display Setting (stage)

    3. Before Operation 3. Avant de faire Fonctionner l’Appareil 3) FAN display setting (Stage) (The factory setting is “4-stage [No. 01]”). 1 Press the SET button using a thin stick. A MODEL SELECT blinks. 2 Press the button. A MODEL SELECT blinks and B [ ] blinks.
  • Page 10: Vane Display Setting

    3. Before Operation 3. Avant de faire Fonctionner l’Appareil 5) VANE display setting (The factory setting is “VANE and SWING [No. 01]”). 1 Press the SET button using a thin stick. A MODEL SELECT blinks. VANE 2 Press the button. A MODEL SELECT blinks and B [ ] blinks.
  • Page 11: Pair Number Setting

    3. Before Operation 3. Avant de faire Fonctionner l’Appareil 7) Pair number setting (The factory setting is “0”). To fix the signal receiving unit which operates from the wireless remote controller. 10 kinds of setting (0-9) are available for the wireless remote controller and signal receiving unit.
  • Page 12: Operation

    4. Operation 4. Fonctionnement 4. Operation 4.1. Switching the unit on/off • The power supply should not be turned off while the air conditioner is in use. This can cause the unit to break down. 1 Press the ON/OFF button. A The ON indicator should light up.
  • Page 13: Selecting A Temperature

    4. Operation 4. Fonctionnement 4.3. Selecting a temperature s s s s s To lower the room temperature: 1 Press button to set the desired temperature. A The selected temperature is displayed. Each time you press the button, the temperature lowers by 1 °C/2 °F. •...
  • Page 14: Adjusting Vertical Airflow Direction (vane)

    4. Operation 4. Fonctionnement 4.5. Adjusting vertical airflow direction (VANE) The vertical air vane helps select the vertical direction of the airflow. VANE 1 Press button to select the vertical airflow direction. • Each time you press the button, the option changes are displayed on the re- mote controller, as shown below.
  • Page 15: Using The Timer

    4. Operation 4. Fonctionnement 4.7. Using the timer 1) Set the current time 1 Press the CLOCK button using a thin stick and blink the time A. 2 Press the button to set the current time. 3 Press the CLOCK button using a thin stick. TEMP ON/OFF AUTO STOP...
  • Page 16: Test Run

    5. Test run 6. Self Check 5. Marche d’essai 6. Auto-contrôle 5. Test run 1 Stop the air conditioner using the wireless remote controller ON/OFF but- ton. TEST RUN 2 Press the button twice continuously. TEST RUN • and current operation mode are displayed. •...
  • Page 17: Centrally Controlled

    6. Self Check 7. Centrally Controlled 6. Auto-contrôle 7. Contrôle centralisé Check code table Check code Operation lamp Buzzer sound 1 Sec. Flash × 8 Single beep × 8 0000 ~ 0999 1 Sec. Flash × 1 Single beep × 1 1000 ~ 1999 1 Sec.
  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    8. Troubleshooting 8. Dépannage 8. Troubleshooting <When the operation lamp of the Signal Receiving Unit is blinking> This means that an abnormality has occurred with the air conditioner. In this case, turn the power off and consult your dealer. Do not try to repair by yourself. 8.
  • Page 20 HEAD OFFICE: MITSUBISHI DENKI BLDG., 2-2-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN WT04568X01...

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