1 OWNER S MANUAL HIGH WALL INVERTER (English) (BSHVD1S SERIES)
2 IMPORTANT As with any product that has moving parts or is subject to wear and tear, it is VERY IMPORTANT that you maintain your air conditioner and have it regularly serviced. Accordingly, it is a condition of warranty cover for your air conditioner that you comply with all of the maintenance and service requirements set out in this Manual. Compliance with these requirements will prolong the life of your air conditioner. Further, it is also a condition of warranty cover that the Maintenance Schedule in the Manual is filled out (by signing and dating it in the places indicated) when the item is completed. ANY FAILURE TO CARRY OUT THE REQUIRED MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING, AND ANY FAILURE TO FILL OUT THE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE, WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY. (For complete warranty terms, refer to the separate Warranty Booklet sold with the product. Alternatively, visit to download the terms. Warranty terms are subject to property access and industry safety standards.) INDOOR MODEL OUTDOOR MODEL CAPACITY COOL / HEAT OPTIONAL MULTI- SPLIT OUTDOOR BSHV25D1S BSHV35D1S BSHV50D1S BSHV60D1S BSHV70D1S BSHV80D1S BCHV25D1S BCHV35D1S BCHV50D1S BCHV60D1S BCHV70D1S BCHV80D1S 2.6 kw / 2.8 kw 3.5 kw / 3.85 kw 5.2 kw / 5.85 kw 6.3 kw / 6.3 kw 7.0 kw / 7.5 kw 8.0 kw / 8.4 kw MCHV54D12 MCHV73D13 MCHV81D14 MCHV10D14 MCHV11D15 i BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
3 CONTENTS MAIN COMPONENTS...2 INTRODUCTION & SAFETY...3 OPERATION REMOTE CONTROLLER...4 CONTROLLER LAYOUT...5 CONTROLLER DISPLAY LAYOUT...5 ON/OFF...6 MODE...6 FAN SPEED...6 / BUTTONS...6 CLOCK...6 TIMER SETTINGS...7 SWING UP / DOWN...7 X-FAN...7 TURBO...7 TEMP...8 SLEEP...8 I FEEL...8 CHILD LOCK...8 FAHRENHEIT / CENTIGRADE...8 LIGHT...8 ENERGY SAVING C HEATING FUNCTION...9 ERROR DISPLAY...10 MAINTENANCE & SERVICE...11 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE...12 OPERATION TIPS...13 TROUBLESHOOTING...14 WARRANTY & SERVICE...15 SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 1
4 MAIN COMPONENTS INDOOR UNIT cooling indicator power indicator receiver window 6 7 heating indicator temp. indicator drying indicator NOTE: Display panel style or position may differ from the above graphics. 8 OUTDOOR UNIT Air inlet SINGLE SPLIT OR MULTI-SPLIT UNIT Air outlet Air inlet 2. Front panel 3. Aux. button 4. Filter 5. Horizontal Louvre 6. Air outlet 7. Display panel 8. Remote control 9. Condensate tube 10. Gas Pipe 11. Liquid Pipe 2 BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
5 INTRODUCTION & SAFETY Congratulations on purchasing a new Braemar Air Conditioner! Please keep this Manual and the Warranty Booklet in a safe place, along with the original purchase documents, plus all relevant certificates of compliance relating to the installation work performed. Please register the Warranty straight away, by following the steps set out in the Warranty Booklet. The installer must read the Installation Manual before installing the Braemar High Wall Inverter Air Conditioning Unit. The home owner/user should read the Owner's Manual before operating the Unit. To ensure the warranty on the Unit is continued and valid, the Unit must be checked and serviced by the home owner/user as per the requirements in the Maintenance & Service section and the Maintenance Schedule. This will also prolong the life of your air conditioner. The home owner/user should regularly check the Air Inlet side of the Outdoor unit (see the diagram on page 2) to ensure grass, leaf and other matter are not drawn into or onto the Inlet side of the Outdoor unit. Restriction to the air flow across the coil will reduce the system's capacity, and result in high operation pressures and excessive operating costs. IMPORTANT! THE AUSTRALIAN GREENHOUSE OFFICE HAS ISSUED VARIOUS REGULATIONS ON THE USE AND DISPOSAL OF REFRIGERANTS IN THE UNIT. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE REGULATIONS MAY HARM THE ENVIRONMENT AND COULD LEAD TO THE IMPOSITION OF SUBSTANTIAL FINES. WHERE SPECIFIED, ONLY QUALIFIED AND LICENSED TECHNICIANS SHOULD PERFORM WORK ON THIS UNIT, FAILING WHICH THE WARRANTY ON THE UNIT WILL BE VOID. WARNING! This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 3
6 OPERATION Your Braemar High Wall Air Conditioning Unit has been designed and built with reliable, quality components. To ensure many years of trouble free, dependable service please read the following pages very carefully, and please ensure that you follow all of the instructions. CHANGING BATTERIES Push down on the battery panel to open the battery compartment area. Insert 2 x AAA 1.5V batteries, ensuring the polarity aligns with the markings in the battery compartment (refer below). REMOTE CONTROLLER Please follow the below cautionary notes when using the remote controller:- 1. Ensure there are no obstructions between the High Wall receiver and remote controller. 2. Don t let the remote control drop onto hard surfaces or be subjected to sudden shocks in any way. Don t allow the remote control to get wet. The warranty does not cover misuse or accidental damage. 3. Don t place the remote control in direct sunlight, or near extremes of temperature. This will affect the control s temperature reading. 4. Don t place near strong electromagnetic waves. 5. Don t mix old and new batteries! If the remote control will not be used for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid corrosion. 6. Before operating the air conditioner, please read this manual carefully and keep it in a safe place for future reference. If the remote controller does not activate, remove the batteries and reinsert after waiting 30 seconds. 4 BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
7 OPERATION cont. CONTROLLER LAYOUT Signal transmitter MODE button FAN button FAN button ON/OFF button / buttons CLOCK button TURBO button TEMP button HEALTH / VENT button SWING button TIMER ON / OFF buttons SLEEP button X-FAN / LIGHT button I FEEL button CONTROLLER DISPLAY LAYOUT 8 heating function Operation mode Auto mode Cool mode Dry mode Fan mode Heat mode I feel Clock Sleep mode Light Temp. display type :Set temp. :Indoor ambient temp. :Outdoor ambient temp. Set fan speed Send signal Turbo mode ventilation operation health function Set temperature WiFi (without this function) Set time TIMER ON / TIMER OFF Child lock Up & down swing SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 5
8 OPERATION cont. ON / OFF Press to turn the power on or off. SLEEP function will be cancelled when power is turned off. FAN SPEED Press the FAN button to toggle between AUTO, Low, Medium and High speed. AUTO MODE Press to toggle between AUTO, COOL, DRY, FAN and HEAT modes. The remote controller & indoor will display the below icons:- AUTO Mode - cycles between COOL and HEAT modes depending on ambient temperature. COOL Mode - refrigerated cooling DRY mode - for extracting moisture from the air. FAN mode - Fan only operation (no cooling). HEAT mode - reverse cycle heating. AUTO mode is the default setting. During AUTO mode, the SET temperature will not be Note: to prevent cold air after starting HEAT mode, unit will blow air after a 1-5 minute delay.. AUTO fan speed is default on power up. In DRY mode, only Low FAN speed is selected. / BUTTONS Use to adjust the SET temperature within the range C (61-86 F). Hold the button down for quick adjustment. Note: Temperature adjustment is unavailable in AUTO mode. CLOCK Press the CLOCK button to set the clock time. will flash on the display, and the clock can be adjusted by pressing the or buttons within 5 seconds, using a 24 hr clock. Once the correct time is set, press the CLOCK button again to confirm the clock setting. will be displayed continuously, this indicates the clock time is set. Set the correct time to enable the TIMER function to work correctly. 6 BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
9 OPERATION cont. TIMER SETTINGS The unit can be programmed to turn on, turn off or a combination of both when in standby or power ON modes. Use the below settings. SWING UP / DOWN Press to adjust the UP/DOWN louvre, each press will toggle between the below settings:- TIMER ON Press the TIMER ON button to enter the setup. The icon will disappear and ON will blink on the remote controller display. Use the or buttons to adjust the clock time for the unit to start. Holding these buttons will produce rapid adjustment. When complete, press the TIMER ON button again to set - ON will stop blinking and icon will be displayed. Pressing the TIMER ON button again will CANCEL the TIMER ON function. TIMER OFF Press the TIMER OFF button to enter the setup. The icon will disappear and OFF will blink on the remote controller display. Use the or buttons to adjust the clock time for the unit to stop. When complete, press the TIMER OFF button again to set - OFF will stop blinking and icon will be displayed. Pressing the TIMER OFF button again will cancel the TIMER OFF function. Where a single line indicates a fixed position, multiple lines indicate swinging up/down in the positions shown. This remote is universal - select, or will act as If the louvre is set to OFF (no display) when swinging, it will remain fixed in the last position. X-FAN The X-FAN function can be used in COOL or DRY modes, so as to continue operation of the indoor fan for an additional 2 minutes after the power is turned off (so as to remove excess moisture from the indoor coil). The icon will be displayed. TURBO OFF Default setting is X-FAN OFF, and is not available in AUTO, FAN or HEAT modes. When the unit is first turned on in COOL or HEAT modes, press TURBO to quickly reach the SET temperature. will be shown on the remote controller display. Press this button again to exit TURBO function. SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 7
10 OPERATION cont. TEMP Press the TEMP button to toggle between the following on the indoor display:- Note: SET temperature (room target temperature). SET temperature is displayed if no icon is shown. Indoor ambient temperature Outdoor ambient temperature (where equipped) outdoor temperature display is not available on some models. default setting is no display Only available on models with a dual 8' display on the indoor unit. SLEEP cont. In HEAT mode, the SET temperature will decrease by 1 C and then 2 C for the first 2 hours, and then stay constant. I FEEL Press the I FEEL button to activate this feature. The remote controller will act as the temperature thermostat, sending a temperature reading to the unit every 10 minutes. By this method, the unit will react to where the remote controller is positioned. I FEEL will be shown on the remote controller display. Press the I FEEL button again to cancel this feature. SLEEP When in COOL, HEAT or DRY modes, press the SLEEP button to start up the sleep function. The icon is displayed on the remote controller. Default setting is SLEEP mode OFF. In COOL and DRY modes, after running for one hour, the main unit SET temperature will increase by 1 C, then after 2 hours will increase by 2 C, then will continue to run at this temperature. CHILD LOCK The remote controller can be locked from inadvertent button operation. Press both or buttons simultaneously to lock (or unlock) the remote controller. The icon will be displayed, and will blink 3 times when a button is pressed. FAHRENHEIT / CENTIGRADE The temperature display can be toggled between Centigrade and Fahrenheit scales by pressing the MODE and buttons simultaneously while in OFF status. 8 BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
11 OPERATION cont. LIGHT Press the LIGHT button to toggle between LIGHT ON and LIGHT OFF status. Default is LIGHT ON. ENERGY SAVING When in COOL mode, press the TEMP and CLOCK buttons simultaneously to start Energy Saving function. The remote controller display will show the SE icon. Repeat to cancel. 8 C HEATING FUNCTION When in HEAT mode, press the TEMP and CLOCK buttons simultaneously to start 8 C Heating function. The remote display will show and a selected temperature of 8 C (46 F). Repeat to cancel. SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 9
12 OPERATION cont. ERROR DISPLAY Your High Wall air conditioner includes abnormal operation detection hardware and software. If the unit enters an abnormal state, the temperature indicator on the fascia display will blink to display a corresponding error code. Error code (example only) Indoor display Error codes and their meanings are shown below: Error Code Heating icon ON 10s, OFF 0.5s F1 F2 C5 H6 d1, d2, d3 Error Description Defrost status entered. This is a normal occurrence in HEAT mode. Please contact Seeley qualified service agents. Please contact Seeley qualified service agents. Please contact Seeley qualified service agents. It can be reset by restarting the unit. If not, please contact Seeley qualified service agents. DRED mode 1 (full shut down), mode 2 (50% power) or Mode 3 (75% power) signal received from Power Grid Note: if there are other error codes displayed, please contact Seeley qualified service agents for details. Please note the error code displayed when contacting Seeley service. FAULT CONDITIONS If the below conditions should occur, please turn off the air conditioner and isolate its power immediately, and then contact the Seeley qualified service agents for assistance. Power cord is overheating or damaged. Abnormal sound during operation. Circuit breaker is continually tripping. Burning smell is noticed. Indoor unit is leaking condensate 10 BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
13 MAINTENANCE & SERVICE SAFETY Always isolate power for the air conditioner from electricity mains before cleaning or maintenance. AIR FILTER It is important to check and clean the air filter as per the Maintenance Schedule. A dirty air filter will not allow the correct amount of clean air to pass through your air conditioner, resulting in poor performance and increased running costs. Please follow the below steps:- 1. Pull the front panel out and up from the bottom as shown. INDOOR COIL (REFER PAGE 2) Ensure drain connections are checked on an annual basis (as set out in the Maintenance Schedule below). Drains can become blocked by all types of insects, and rats have been known to chew through the drain to get to the water in the pipe. OUTDOOR UNIT (REFER PAGE 2) The Outdoor unit has either one or two fans, it draws air through the appliance to expel the heat generated during the cooling cycle. We recommend checking that plants haven't grown into or around the air intake or outlet, along with other debris that may build up over time, namely, leaves and the like. REFRIGERANT 2. Remove the air filter and clean with a vacuum cleaner. If it is very dirty, wash with mild soapy water (below 45 C) and wipe off. Dry in the shade. A lack of refrigerant, due to a leak, will cause the compressor to overheat and expire prematurely. You will notice a decline in cooling effect and an increase in power consumption. Therefore, having a qualified, licensed technician service your air conditioner will save you money in the long term. 3. Make sure it is completely dry before refitting it. You should never operate the air conditioner without the air filter in place. PLEASE REFER TO THE NEXT PAGE FOR THE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 11
14 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Installation Date: / / Installer: Items to be done by the Home Owner/User (please sign in the places indicated) Monthly Annually Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Air filter cleaning Air filter replacement Maintain required clearance around Outdoor unit Items to be done by a Qualified Licensed Technician (Home owner/user must ensure that the technician signs and dates in the places indicated) Annually Check, clean or replace filter Check drain from indoor coil Check Outdoor unit clearances maintain garden and debris Check refrigerant charge Check refrigeration connections for soundness Check outdoor fans Check electrical connections Check overall installation Report to the home owner/user all tasks that require attention Year 1 Date: Year 2 Date: Year 3 Date: Year 4 Date: Year 5 Date: / / / / / / / / / / Technician: Technician: Technician: Technician: Technician: Please NOTE: the Maintenance Schedule covers Year 1 to Year 5. To preserve your investment for many years afterwards, we strongly recommend that you continue to maintain and service the Braemar High Wall Inverter Air Conditioning Unit as per the items and frequency set out in the Schedule, and as indicated elsewhere in this Manual. 12 BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
15 OPERATION TIPS The following events may occur during normal operation: 1. Protection of the air conditioner. Compressor protection The compressor cannot restart for 3 minutes after it stops. The supply air drops below a pre-determined set point; this prevents the indoor coil from freezing. 2. A white mist coming out from the Indoor unit. A white mist may generate due to a large temperature difference between air inlet and air outlet on COOL mode in an indoor environment that has a high relative humidity. 3. Low noise of the air conditioner. You may hear a low hissing sound when the compressor is running or has just stopped running. This sound is the sound of the refrigerant flowing or coming to a stop. You can also hear a low squeak sound when the compressor is running or has just stopped running. This is caused by heat expansion and cold contraction of the plastic parts in the Unit when the temperature is changing. 4. Dust is blown out from the Indoor unit. This is a normal condition when the air conditioner has not been used for a long time or during first use of the Unit. 5. A peculiar smell comes out from the Indoor unit. This is caused by the Indoor unit giving off smells permeated from building material, from furniture or smoke (for example if someone is cooking food). 6. FAN operation during COOL mode. When indoor air temperature reaches the setting on the remote controller, the compressor will stop operating and after approximately 60 seconds the indoor fan will stop blowing air. When the room temperature rises back to the set point, the indoor fan and the compressor will start again. SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 13
16 TROUBLESHOOTING Problem 1. The air conditioner does not run. 2. Remote controller is not operating the air conditioner. 3. There is insufficient cooling. 4. Clicking sound is heard from the air conditioner. 5. SET temperature can t be adjusted. Probable Cause 1.1 Power failure. 1.2 Fuse blown or circuit breaker open. 1.3 Thermostat adjustment too low (in heating mode) or too high (in cooling mode). 2.1 Remote controller is out of range. 2.2 Poor signal reception. 2.3 No display on remote controller. 3.1 The room was probably very hot when you started the system. 3.2 Air filter is dirty / blocked. 4.1 In heating or cooling operation any plastic parts may expand or shrink due to a sudden temperature change in this event, a clicking sound may occur. 5.1 Unit is operating in AUTO mode. 5.2 The required SET temperature is outside of the allowable range. Remedy 1.1 Wait for power to resume. 1.2 Replace the fuse or reset the breaker. 1.3 Check thermostat setting. In I FEEL mode, is remote in a cold (COOL mode) or hot (HEAT mode) location. 2.1 Signal range is 8m. 2.2 Remove obstacles and electrical interference. 2.3 Check batteries and replace as needed. 3.1 Wait a while so the Unit has enough time to cool the room. 3.2 Clean the filter. 4.1 This is normal. 5.1 Temperature cannot be set in AUTO mode. 5.2 SET temperature range is C 6. Cooler is not operating at full power, or at all 6.1 DRED (Demand Response energy saving) mode has been activated by the Electricity Supplier. 6.1 DRED will stop grid power demands are reduced 14 BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
17 WARRANTY & SERVICE For prompt, efficient service, please follow the above before calling the appropriate number below. For Refrigerated Cooling Issues When calling the Warranty Service number, please ensure you have your model and serial number available, along with date of purchase, and if possible a description of the problem. NOTE: Seeley International strives for continuous product improvements, therefore specifications are subject to change without notice. Unit colour may vary slightly from that depicted in this booklet. Installation and commissioning of this system to the manufacturer's specification, and compliance with industry standards, and local, state and national regulatory codes, are the responsibility of the installer. Information in this booklet was true and correct at the time of publishing. E & OE. SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 15
18 NOTES 16 BSHVD1S Series High Wall Inverter Unit
19 NOTES cont. SEELEY INTERNATIONAL OWNER S MANUAL 17
20 It is the policy of Seeley International to introduce continuous product improvements. Accordingly, specifications are subject to change without notice. Please consult with your dealer to confirm the specifications of the model selected. Warranty Service Refrigerated Cooling seeleyinternational.com BSHV25D1S01-A braemar.net.au AU 1507
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