Panasonic systems are designed to maintain a room temperature as efficiently as possible. When the system reaches temperature set point, the fan motor may reduce speed in order to accurately measure the air temperature. This constant monitoring reduces temperature spikes and dips, to maintain the most even room temperature possible.
Each Panasonic residential indoor unit comes with a wireless controller when new. All controllers are preset at the factory on one communication channel in each product family. Although not recommended, it is possible to mount a wireless controller in close proximity to two indoor units to operate as group.
Dry mode provides a gentle mode of cooling that also provides increased efficiency for dehumidification. Set the temperature as you normally would to be comfortable in cooling. Dry mode works best when in a closed up room.
Powerful mode increases the compressor speed and indoor unit fan speed to provide maximum cooling (or Heating) for 20 minute duration. Powerful mode self cancels at the end of 20 minutes or by reaching cooling set point. Other ways Powerful are cancelled are: pressing the Quiet button, pressing the On/Off button, Timer activation occurs, and by pressing the Powerful button again.
The self diagnostics built into the Panasonic HVAC system has detected an alarm and ceased operation as a protective function. Please call your installing contractor to investigate the cause of alarm and make necessary adjustments or repairs.
Turn the controller on and locate the infrared emitter at the end of the controller. With a cell phone camera or digital camera, look through the view finder or screen at the Infrared emitter. Push on buttons of the controller. The emitter will light at each touch of a button. Human eyes cannot detect infrared light. If the emitter does not light, replace the controller batteries and push the reset button.
On some Panasonic models, room temperature is measured at the end of the wireless remote controller. These models will also have a button on the controller labeled "Sensor" This means they can also have temperature sensing shifted from the controller to a sensor at the air handler unit. Wireless controllers without the "Sensor" button, measure temperature from a sensor at the air handler unit.
This means the Panasonic unit has generated a fault alarm and will not function until the fault is repaired. The blinking lamp does not indicate a specific fault alarm code, but just a general fault. Please contact your dealer for further diagnostics and repairs.
Ice build up is seen from time to time on the outdoor unit of a Heat Pump system. Ice build up is a normal occurrence with enough run time in heating and winter weather conditions. The system will automatically defrost itself for a very short period of time, melting the accumulation of ice. Normal heating will automatically restart at the termination of the defrost cycle.
During heating operation, ice may form on the outdoor unit with enough run time and cold conditions outside. This is a normal occurrence. The system is designed to automatically defrost itself. When this occurs, the indoor fan will stop, the flap will close, and a lamp will blink. The indoor unit will not circulate air because it will be cold. Once defrost is terminated, normal heat operation will begin again automatically.
There is a communication problem. One or more indoor units cannot communicate to the outdoor unit. It could be simply the power has been turned off at the outdoor unit for routine service. Please contact your service provider for details
Test run operation is possible when there is a wall controller, CZ-RTC2, installed. Press and hold down the "Wrench" key for 4-5 seconds. Select the mode of Test operation, either Heating or Cooling. This will bring on that indoor unit to it's rated BTU/h output with the inverter compressor and electronic expansion valve set. This will provide a steady operation to measure Delta T, amp draw, and other items.
The equipment should have included an Operators Manual. To obtain an Operators Manual and a Service Manual, please access the following link:
This product family uses a digital signal to communicate between the outdoor and indoor units. The cable must be an AWG 18/2 with a foil shield and a ground. The foil casing and ground help reduce potential interference that may cause the system not to function. The foil and ground must be connected to a clean earth ground at the outdoor unit. It is not necessary to ground the foil and ground at the indoor unit. If a wired controller is used, use the same type of AWG 18/2 shielded cable for those connections. Ground the foil and ground wire at a clean earth ground of the indoor unit.
Yes, you can. One unit will operate the chosen mode until temperature set point is reached and then the other unit will operate in it¿ chosen mode. There may some short time delays between each mode to permit the refrigerant pressure to equalize before a change in operation.
A: Yes, more indoor units can be added anytime. Be sure to size the future capacity expansion within the factory provided combination chart. Also consider the line set lengths and additional refrigerant needs.