C4IRK01 Infrared (IR) Receiver Kit
Installation Manual for Infrared (IR) Receiver Kit (for 4-Way Cassette)
|Applicable Indoor Unit Model||4-Way Cassette|
|Applicable Wireless Controller||CIR01|
READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLING THIS INFRARED (IR) RECEIVER KIT.
KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
- Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning pursues a policy of continuing improvement in design and performance in its products.
As such, Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice.
- Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning cannot anticipate every possible circumstance that might involve a potential hazard.
- This heat pump air conditioning unit is designed for standard air conditioning applications Do not use this unit for anything other than the purposes for which it was intended.
- The installer and system specialist shall safeguard against leakage in accordance with local pipefitters and electrical codes. The following standards may be applicable if local regulations are not International Organization for Standardization: (ISO 5149 or European Standard, EN 378). No part of this manual may be reproduced in any way without the expressed written consent of Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning.
- This heat pump air conditioning unit will be operated and serviced in the United States of America and comes with a full complement of the appropriate Safety, Danger, and Caution, Warnings.
- If you have questions, please contact your distributor or dealer.
- This manual provides common descriptions, basic and advanced information to maintain and service this heat pump air conditioning unit which you operate as well for other models.
- This manual should be considered as a permanent part of the air conditioning equipment and should remain with the air conditioning equipment.
Product Inspection upon Arrival
- Upon receiving this product, inspect it for any damages incurred in transit. Claims for damage, either apparent or concealed, should be filed immediately with the shipping company.
- Check the model number, electrical characteristics (power supply, voltage, and frequency rating), and any accessories to determine if they agree with the purchase order.
- The standard utilization for this unit is explained in these instructions. Use of this equipment for purposes other than what is was designed for is not recommended.
- Please contact your local agent or contractor as any issues involving installation, performance, or maintenance arise. Liability does not cover defects originating from unauthorized modifications performed by a customer without the written consent of Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Performing any mechanical alterations on this product without the consent of the manufacturer will render your warranty null and void.
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|To reduce the risk of serious injury or death, read these instructions thoroughly and follow all warnings or cautions included in all manuals that accompanied the product and are attached to the unit. Refer back to these safety instructions as needed.|
- This system should be installed by personnel certified by Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning. Personnel must be qualified according to local, state, and national building and safety codes, and Incorrect installation could cause leaks, electric shock, fire, or an explosion. In areas where Seismic Performance requirements are specified, the appropriate measures should be taken during installation to guard against possible damage or injury that might occur in an earthquake. If the unit is not installed appropriately correctly, injuries may occur because of a falling unit.
- Use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), such as gloves, protective goggles, and electrical protection equipment and tools suited for electrical operation purposes.
- When transporting, be careful when picking up, moving, and mounting these units. Although the controller may be packed using plastic straps, do not use them for transporting from one location to Do not stand on or put any material on the controller.
- When installing the controller cabling to the units, do not touch or adjust any safety devices inside the indoor or outdoor units. All safety features, disengagement, and interlocks must be in place and functioning correctly before the equipment is put into operation. If these devices are improperly adjusted or tampered with in any way, a serious accident can occur. Never bypass, wire around, or jump out any safety device or switch.
- Use only Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning recommended, provided as standardized, or replacement parts.
- Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning shall not assume any liability for injuries or damage caused by not following steps outlined or described in this manual. Unauthorized modifications to Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning products are prohibited as they…
•May create hazards that could result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage;
•Will void product warranties;
•May invalidate product regulatory certifications;
•May violate OSHA standards;
|Take the following precautions to reduce the risk of property damage.|
- Do not touch the main circuit board or electronic components in the controller or remote devices. Make sure that dust and/or steam does not accumulate on the circuit board.
- When installing the unit in a hospital or other facility where electromagnetic waves are generated from nearby medical and/or electronic devices, be prepared for noise and electronic interference Electromagnetic Interference (EMI). Do not install where the waves can directly radiate into the electrical box, controller cable, or controller. Inverters, appliances, high-frequency medical equipment, and radio communications equipment may cause the unit to malfunction. The operation of the unit from such devices.
- Locate the controller at a distance of at least 3 ft. (approximately 1m) between the indoor unit and commands.
- If the controller is installed in a location where electromagnetic radiation is generated, make sure that the controller is shielded and cables are sleeved inside conduit tubing.
- If there is a source of electrical interference near the power supply, install noise suppression During the test run, check the unit’s operating temperature. If the unit is used in an environment where the temperature exceeds the operation boundary, it may cause severe damage. Check the operation temperature boundary of 35 to 104°F (0 to 40°C).
- Read installation and appropriate user manuals for connection with PC or peripheral devices. If a warning window appears on the PC, the product stops, does not work properly, or works intermittently, immediately stop using the equipment.
|Take the following precautions to reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or explosion resulting in serious injury or death:|
- Perform a test run using the controller to ensure normal operation. Safety guards, shields, barriers, covers, and protective devices must be in place while the compressor/unit is operating. During the test run, keep fingers and clothing away from any moving parts.
After installation work for the system has been completed, explain the “Safety Precautions,” use, and maintenance of the unit to the customer according to the information in all manuals that accompanied the system. All manuals and warranty information must be given to the user or left near the Indoor Unit.
|Take the following precautions to reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, or explosion resulting in serious injury or death:|
- Only use electrical protection equipment and tools suited for this installation.
- Insulate the infrared (IR) receiver kit against moisture and temperature extremes.
- Communication cabling shall be a minimum of AWG18 (0.82mm 2), 2-Conductor, Stranded Copper. The shielded cable must be considered for applications and routing in areas of high EMI and other sources of potentially excessive electrical noise to reduce the potential for communication errors. When shielded cabling is applied, proper bonding and termination of the cable shield are required as per Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning guidelines. Plenum and riser ratings for communication cables must be considered per application and local code requirements.
- The polarity of the input terminals is important, so be sure to match the polarity when using contacts that have polarity.
- Highly dangerous electrical voltages may be used in this system. Carefully refer to the wiring diagram and these instructions when wiring. Improper connections and inadequate grounding can cause serious injury or death.
- Before installing the infrared (IR) receiver kit, ensure that the indoor and outdoor unit operation has indoor or outdoor units. Otherwise, water leakage or electrical breakdown may result.
- Do not open the service cover or access panel to the indoor or outdoor units without turning OFF the main power supply. Before connecting or servicing the controller or cables to indoor or outdoor units, open and tag all disconnect switches. Never assume electrical power is disconnected. Check with a meter and equipment.
- Use an exclusive power supply at the controller’s rated voltage.
- Be sure to install circuit breakers (ground fault interrupter, isolating switch, molded case circuit
- Clamp electrical wires securely with a cord clamp after all wiring is connected to the terminal block. In addition, run wires securely through the wiring access channel.
- When installing the power lines, do not apply tension to the cables. Secure the suspended cables at regular intervals, but not too tightly.
- Make sure that the terminals do not come into contact with the surface of the electrical box.
If the terminals are too close to the surface, it may lead to failures at the terminal connection.
- Do not clean with, or pour water into, the infrared (IR) receiver kit as it could cause electric shock and/ or damage the unit. Do not use strong detergent such as a solvent. Clean with a soft cloth.
- Check that the ground wire is securely connected. Do not connect ground wiring to gas piping, water piping, lighting conductor, or telephone ground wiring.
- C4IRK01 is only available to be used in combination with the wireless controller CIRO1 and the indoor unit 4-way cassette type models.
Check to ensure that the following accessories are packed with the IR receiver kit.
|1||IR Receiver Kit C4IRK01||1||with Connecting Cable|
|3||Wiring Cover||1||for Protection of Connecting Cable|
|4||Cable Band||3||for Clamping Wiring Cover and Connecting Cable|
Turn OFF the power supply completely before setting the DIP switches, installation work, and electrical wiring work for the IR receiver kit.
If not, it may cause an electric shock.
- When the IR receiver kit is installed near ambient lighting, it may not receive a signal from the wireless Therefore, pay particular attention to the installation position of the IR receiver kit.
- Do not run the connecting cable for the IR receiver kit and the power supply cable (208/230V) in It may cause a malfunction of the IR receiver kit.
- Perform the installation work for the IR receiver kit while the optional decorative panel is being attached to the indoor unit.
- When the IR receiver kit is attached after the decorative panel is attached to the indoor unit, turn OFF the power supply of the indoor unit, and remove the decorative panel. Removing the decorative panel should be performed according to the installation manual for the decorative panel or the service manual.
- This IR receiver kit can be attached to any of four corners: 1, 2,3, or 4.
Determine the attachment location according to the purchaser’s request.
Setting the DIP switch for the IR receiver kit is possible at more than one function. If the optional function selection is required, perform work according to Section 3, “Optional Functions”, before the IR receiver kit is attached to the decorative panel.
- Connect the accessory connecting cable to the terminal block. Open the electrical box cover of the indoor unit. Attach the connecting cable to terminals A and B in the electrical box. (There is no polarity with terminals A and B.)
- After attaching the connecting cable to each terminal, take it out to inside the false ceiling or outside of the unit.
Connect it to the IR receiver kit.
Refer to the “Installation and Maintenance Manual” of the indoor unit for indoor unit wiring instruction. When running the connecting cable, run it to the installation position of the IR receiver kit through the top of the fixing plate for the indoor unit. After running the connecting cable, take the distance (from 4 inches to 8 inches (from 101mm to 203mm) from the indoor unit undersurface to the connecting cable as shown in the figure at the right.
After running the connecting cable, clamp the extra length of the connecting cable using the cable band and store it inside the ceiling.
- Attach the decorative panel. Refer to the installation manual for the decorative panel.
- After the installation work for the decorative panel is completed, attach the IR receiver kit.
(1) Take the connecting cable out from the corner of the decorative panel. Connect the wiring for the IR receiver kit to the relay connector as shown below.
After connecting, cover the relay connector connection with the wiring cover, and attach the wiring cover with the cable bands.
(2) Affix the band at the rear side of the IR receiver kit onto the projection at the decorative panel as shown in the figure to the right.
(3) While pushing the wiring into the corner, insert two coupling hooks at (A) to the square hole of the decorative panel, and push the IR receiver kit in the direction of the arrow (A) shown at the far right. Then, insert the fixing hook at(B) to the square hole of the air panel.
NOTE: Securely affix the coupling hooks of the IR receiver kit to the decorative panel to avoid damage to the fixing hooks.
(4) Removing Corner Cover The corner covers can be removed by pulling the (A) part toward the arrow direction.
- After the installation work for the IR receiver kit is completed, attach the corner covers (3 parts). For details, refer to the installation manual for the decorative panel. NOTE:
After the IR receiver kit is attached to the decorative panel, the one corner cover (attached with the decorative panel) becomes unnecessary. It was attached to the decorative panel.
Turn OFF the power supply completely before setting the DIP switch for the IR receiver kit.
- The following switches are on the IR receiver kit.
- Emergency Operation Setting “COOL” and “HEAT” buttons are used for emergency operation when the batteries for the wireless controller are low.
(1) “COOL” Button: Press “COOL” so that the cooling operation is started.
Press “COOL” again so that the cooling operation is stopped.
(2) “HEAT” Button: Press “HEAT” so that the heating operation is started.
Press “HEAT” again so that the heating operation is stopped.
During an emergency operation, a yellow light “” flashes (0.5 second ON/0.5 second OFF).
The temperature set-point and the fan speed for the cooling/heating operation are the same as before starting an emergency operation.
- The DIP switch (DSW1) is for the optional function selection. If the optional function selection is required, set the DIP switch as follows.
Optional Function DIP Switch Setting(DSW1) Details 1 2 3 4 5 6 Main/Sub Setting 0 X X X X X Change main (OFF setting)/ sub (ON setting) wireless controller for a two wireless controller system. Identification of Indoor Unit X 0 X X X X It functions as a B Mode (identification of indoor unit) of the wireless controller when it is “ON”. Invalid Emergency Operation X X X 0 X X The switches for emergency operation are invalid.
Review the following settings when a function for the IR receiver kit is selected from the wireless controller or the centralized controller.
- The cooling lower limit for the temperature set-point and the heating upper limit for the temperature set-point are not available. The setting is available beyond the upper and lower limit for the temperature set-point from the wireless controller.
- The optional function setting “Fixing of Setting Temperature” is not available. When the operation mode is changed from the wireless controller, the indicated temperature on the wireless controller becomes the set temperature of the wired controller.
Identifying Indoor Units Installed for a Side-by-Side Operation
Turn OFF the power supply completely before setting the DIP switch for the IR receiver kit.
Not doing so may cause an electric shock.
When two indoor units are installed side by side, the commands from the wireless controller may be received by both indoor units. The function, “Identifying of Indoor Units Installed Side by Side” enables the operation of the individual unit correctly without interfering with the right, the indoor units of A and B are set side by side. In this instance, unit B is set as “Identifying Indoor Units Installed Side by Side”.
The setting of Identifying of Indoor Units Installed Side by Side
- IR Receiver Kit Setting
- Wireless Controller
Set the wireless controller according to the Installation and Maintenance Manual for the Wireless Controller.
Cancellation of Identifying of Indoor Units Installed Side by Side
- IR Receiver Kit Setting
Set the Number 2 pin of the IR receiver kit DIP switch (DSW1) “OFF” side for cancellation.
- Wireless Controller
Cancel the wireless controller setting according to the Installation and Maintenance Manual for the Wireless Controller.
Up to 16 indoor units can be simultaneously controlled using one wireless controller.
When multiple indoor units are installed in a large room, all the indoor units can be controlled to start/ stop with only one wireless controller.
Do not apply a simultaneous operation for indoor units installed separately in different rooms.
Some units may be left without turning OFF the power supply.
Installation of IR Receiver Kit
In an instance of simultaneous operation of multiple (up to 16 ) indoor units by the wireless controller, install the IR receiver kit only to the unit to be operated. Other units should be standard units without the IR receiver kit. If multiple IR receiver kits are required to be installed, two IR receiver kits are the maximum.
Electrical Wiring Connecting and Setting
- The connection between Indoor Units
Perform the connection work as shown below.
Power Supply Cable 208/230V
* For twin, triple or quad combinations, a communication cable for the wireless controller is not required.
Use the field-supplied communication cable (AWG18) for the wired controller cable. The total length should be 1640ft (500m). If the total length is less than 98ft (30m), AWG22 cables can be used.
- Do not run the connected wireless controller cable and the power supply cable (208/230V) in parallel in the indoor units.
Stabilize the cable with cable bands. Along with the wiring outside the indoor units, the control cables should not run with the power supply cable (208/230V). Keep a separation of more than 12 inches, or run the cable through a grounded metal conduit.
- Unit Number Setting
The indoor unit numbers are set by the auto-address function. Therefore, an indoor unit number setting is not required. If the indoor unit number is fixed, set the unit number of all indoor units respectively and serially. It is recommended that the unit number settings begin with “1”. The setting is set not to overlap the unit number.
Unit Number Setting
Test Run for Wireless Controller (CIR01)
After all, installations are completed, a test run should be performed.
- Perform the test run according to the installation manual for the wireless controller.
- The test run for the wireless controller will take two hours to complete. If the TIMER indicator (green) is flashing (0.5 seconds ON/0.5 second OFF) after two hours, an alarm may occur. Operate the indoor unit and check for abnormalities.
- If a malfunction occurs, such as a safety device actuation, during the test run or the normal operation, “RUN” (red light) flashes (0.5 seconds ON/0.5 second OFF).
- The alarm codes are indicated by the flashing of “DEF” (green light) and “FILTER” (yellow light).
The first LED light is green. The number of times this LED flashes (0.5 seconds ON and OFF) will tell you the “DEF” Alarm Code.
The second LED light is yellow. The number of times this LED flashes (0.5 seconds ON and OFF) will tell you the “FILTER” Alarm Code. < Example >
These signals are repeated until the alarm is reset.
- “RUN” (red light) flashing (1 second ON/1 second OFF) indicates an abnormal transmission (connector loss, connector disconnection, broken wire or incorrect wiring, or something similar) between the indoor unit and the IR receiver kit.
- When the IR receiver kit is connected to multiple indoor units, the alarm code is indicated for each indoor unit in order.
Alarm Code Table
Further details for alarm codes can be found in the “Installation and Maintenance Manual” for the indoor unit.
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Code No. LIT-12012062
Revised January 2020