Dometic 2231 Marine Air Passport Control Operation Manual 21429
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Gk aZzeQ 8HMagXjH4Ex0Q Gk 9BPulA20MAcH4A EXPANSION IO ManualRevised of 2007 Dometic Environmental Corporation All Rights Reserved Every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual to insure its accuracy However Dometic Environmental Corporation assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of this product and information contained hereinPassport IO Controls 225 Introduction Standard Heating or Cooling CycleReversing Valve IO Controls 225 Panel IO Controls 225 Basic Controls and Display PanelModes of ModeEntering Program ModeRestore Memorized Default SetUsing the Program and Fault Handling CodesQuick Start Operations IO Controls 225 General Digital Controls Passport IO Controls 225 ValvesSeawater StrainerReturn Air IO Controls 225 Factory Self Test ProgramService ToolsSample Wiring IO Controls 225 Manufacturers Limited Warranty Air Vector Turbo 225 Limited Warranty Marine Air Worldwide Service Dealer IO Controls 225 Introduction Passport IO is a micro controller based unit designed for use with direct expansion reverse cycle air conditioning 115230 volt 5060 Hz AC power supplyUser friendly four button display panelFive volt micro controller located in the degrees Fahrenheit or degrees CelsiusFace plate ambient air sensor20 programmable Freon pressure switch inputsHumidity Mode controlDeicing cycle prevents evaporator fan compressor memory requiring no backup display failsafe modesElectric heating control air temperature air temperature sensorThis manual provides all necessary information for proper installation and operation of Passport IO Poor installation or misunderstood operating parameters will result in unsatisfactory performance and possible failureRead This Manual Completely Before Proceeding If you have questions or require assistance with your Passport IO control contact Dometic Environmental Corporation Dometic The Passport IO is covered under existing Marine Air Warranty Policy Incorrect installation neglect and system abuse are not covered under Marine Air Warranty the Power Button once to engage the system The display indicates room temperature when the system is on and is blank when the system is offSet the desired room temperature by pressing the Up or Down Button The set point can be viewed by momentarily pressing and releasing the Up or Down ButtonFan speed operation is automatic allowing fan speed to decrease as room temperature is approached in the Cool Mode The fan will operate at low speed when set point is satis037ed Manual fan speeds can be selected with the Fan Button The fan can be programmed to run only when cooling or heating is required Normally the automatic fan speed operation is reversed in the Heating Mode however the fan can be programmed to operate the same as in the Cooling ModeMemory Passport IO has nonvolatile memory requiring no batteries or backup power When power is lost the operating parameters are retained inde037nitely When power is restored the control resumes operating as last programmed Important Programming Notes To If your air conditioning unit is a 24000 BTU model or if it has a High Velocity blower then you MUST reprogram parameter P16 prior to operating equipment A 24K unit is identi037able by the 22324224 in the model number ie VCD24K A High Velocity blower does not have a blower motor overhang the motor is inside the blower and there is an 223HV224 in the model number See the Programming section P16 for instructionsIf your air conditioning unit is Cool Only if it does not have a reversing valve then Cool Only Mode MUST be programmed into parameter P1 factory default is Automatic Mode DO NOT program Automatic Mode for a Cool Only unit If Automatic Mode is selected and the thermostat calls for heat the compressor will run Since there is no reversing valve the air conditioning unit will supply cool air when heating is desired Cool Only units do not heat Please see programmable parameter P1 for more information on how to set the proper operating powering on the Passport IO control press the Power button so as to not enter Program Mode Program Mode will be entered if the Power button is pressed for more than 5 seconds If Program Mode is entered any subsequent presses of the Up or Down buttons the P1 parameter setting since it is the 037rst parameter shown after entering this mode This will in turn change the operating mode to Cool Only Heat Only or Automatic which could result in improper system operation Please use care when using Program Mode and refer to the corresponding sections in this manual for further information Normal Heating or Cooling CycleAutomatic heating and cooling will be supplied as required Automatic operation maintains a 2260F variation A 4260F 22260Cchange in temperature is required to cause the unit to shift to the opposite mode Once in Heating or Cooling Mode Passport IO will maintain a 2260F Program Cool only and cooling only will be supplied The cabin temperature will be maintained within 2260F 11260Cof set point Program Heat only and heating only will be supplied The cabin temperature will be maintained within 2260F 11260Cof set pointWhen the heating or cooling is satis037ed the compressor cycles off and the fan returns to low speed The fan speed will remain constant if Manual Fan Speed has been Reversing Valve OperationThe reversing valve is toggled to the opposite mode when heating or cooling is required to reduce the compressor starting surge The valve will only toggle to the opposite mode when a cooling or heating cycle is called for and if the system has been off for less than 75 seconds The valve will also toggle if a cycle is interrupted from the display panel by pressing the Power Button or changing the set point Unnecessary valve toggling has been limited to reduce reversing valve noise Valve toggling can be totally eliminated by programming the minimum compressor staging delay at 75 seconds or greater program P4Power On Reset which occurs when the system is powered up will always initiate a valve toggle Display Panel mounting the Passport IO or AHPassport IO digital display panel touch pad consider the location The air sensor built into the display panel will provide excellent room air temperature sensing given a proper installation The display panel should be mounted on an inside wall slightly higher than midheight of the cabin in a location with freely circulating air where it can best sense average temperature The cut out size for the display panel is 86mmwide by 2875 73mmhighDo not mount the display in direct sunlight near any heat producing appliances or in a bulkhead where temperatures radiating from behind the panel may affect performance Do not mount the display in the supply air stream Do not mount the display above or below a supply or return air grille Do not mount the display behind a door in a corner under a stairwell or any place where there is no freely circulating air Mount the display within display cable length custom lengths availableof the air conditioner Plug one end of the display cable 8pin connectorinto the upper righthand socket on the circuit board in the electric box and the other end into the back of the display panel Secure the display panel to a bulkhead with the adhesive strips provided Clean the mounting surface with isopropyl alcohol only prior to placement test alcohol on hidden portion of surface 037rst If the adhesive strips cannot be used directly on the bulkhead then use the plastic bulkhead adapter The bulkhead adapter sold separatelyis mounted to the bulkhead with screws and the display panel is secured to the adapter with adhesive strips Do not use a screw gun and do not overtighten screws when mounting IO Controls 225 InstallationIf a proper location for room temperature sensing cannot be found for the display an optional remote air sensor may be used Mount the remote air sensor in the return air stream behind the return air grille opening and plug its cable 721m standard length with 6pin connectorinto the 223ALT AIR224 socket J4 in the upper lefthand corner of the circuit board Installing the remote air sensor will override the faceplate sensor An optional outside air temperature sensor and cable may also be used Plug that cable into the 223OAT224 socket J3 next to J4 Mount the sensor outside but not in direct sunlight Air sensor cables are available in various lengths Do not staple any cables when mounting When using the AHPassport IO with a chilled water air handler plug the water inlet sensor cable into the socket J5L2231 Controls and Display PanelRefer to the 037gure below for the buttons locations and display functions listed on the following pages1 POWER BUTTON Press and release to toggle between the On and Off Modes 2 FAN BUTTON Press to advance through the available fan settings One through six indicates Manual Fan Speeds One is the lowest fan speed and six is the highest speedThe letter indicates automatic fan operation selected3 FAN LED INDICATOR The Fan Indicator LED is on when a Manual Fan Speed is selected4 DOWN BUTTON Press and release to display the set point Press and hold the Down Button to decrease the set point Set point is decreased one degree each time the button is depressed5 UP BUTTON Momentarily press and the set point will appear in the display Press and release the Up Button to increase the set point one degree6 HEAT MODE LED The Heat Mode LED is lit when the Heat Only Mode is selected or the unit is in a heating cycle7 THREE DIGIT 7 SEGMENT DISPLAY The inside air temperature is displayed when the control on The set point is displayed when either Up or Down Button is pressed The display also indicates program information and fault codesWhen the control resumes operation after a power interruption all the display LEDs will turn on for one second This is normal operating condition and is referred to asPower On 8 COOL MODE LED The Cool Mode LED is lit when Cool Mode is selected or when the unit is in a cooling cycleUp Down Buttons205 Simultaneously press the Up and Down Buttons while in the On Mode to display outside air temperature providing the optional outside air temperature sensor is installedUp Down Buttons Simultaneously press the Up and Down Buttons while in the Program Mode to set new program defaultsPower Down Buttons205 Simultaneously press the Power and Down Buttons while viewing the service fault history log to clear the fault history logPower Down Buttons205 Simultaneously press the Power and Down Buttons while in the On Mode to enter the Moisture ModePassport IO Controls 225 Basic OperationL2231 button functions are implemented by pressing and holding a particular button while the controls222 AC power is turned on1 Service History Log205 View the service history log by pressing and holding the Fan Button while turning on the AC power Exit the service history log by pressing the Power Button once See the Service History Log section2 Self Test Mode205 Press and hold the Power Button while AC power is applied to enter the Self Test Mode The self test is used to diagnose problems and test the air conditioning system For complete details see the Automated Factory Self Test Program section3 View Hour Meter205 To view the compressor hour meter press and hold the Down Button while applying AC power Maximum recorded time is 65536 hours The hour meter functions are described fully in the Service Tools sectionWhen thePassport IO is in the Off Mode all control outputs are turned off Program parameters and user settings are saved in nonvolatile memory The Program Mode can only be accessed from the Off ModeWhen the control is in the On Mode power is supplied to the appropriate outputs and the display indicates the current state of operation The operating and program parameters resume based on those stored the last time the unit was operatingWhen Cool Mode is selected the cooling systems are operated as required When the temperature drops below the set point the system willnot automatically switch to the Heat Mode When the Heat LED is on only the heating systems are selected and operated as required Should the temperature rise above the set point the system will not automatically switch to the Cool Mode Automatic provides both heating and cooling as required The Heat or CoolLED will be lit according to the mode required Temperature in a given mode is maintained within 2260F 11260Cof set point however a 4260F is required to allow the control to change modes Once the mode changes temperature will be maintained within 2260F 11260Cof set pointManual Fan ModePress and hold the Fan Button during normal operation to select one of the six manual fan speeds available The fastest fan speed is represented by 2236224 the slowest represented by 2231224 Manual Fan Mode allows the user to select the desired fan speed manually When a manual fan speed has been selected the fan LED will be lit Manual Fan Mode is sometimes preferred when room temperature is constantly changing due to varying heat ModeWhen the system is off at the display panel the fan can be used to only circulate the air Press and hold the Fan Button when the display is off until the desired speed number appears in the window Release the Fan Button and the fan will run at the selected speed circulating the air without heating or cooling Press the Power Button once to cancel the Circulation Mode and enter the On ModeWhile in the On Mode simultaneously press the Power and Down Buttons The 037rst cycle will start in one minute Every four hours the fan is started and air circulated for thirty minutes During this time the air temperature is sampled and entered into memory The cooling cycle is started and continues until the temperature is lowered 2260F 11260C The compressor is allowed a maximum of one hour running time to reach the desired temperature Four hours after the temperature is satis037ed or the compressor times out the cycle is repeated The 223HU1224 mnemonic code is displayed while in the Moisture ModePress the Power Button to end the Moisture ModeProgram ModeThe Program Mode is used to adjust thesystems operating parameters to suit the particular needs of individual users The Program Mode is also used to tailor the air conditioning system for the most ef037cient operation within an installation Variables such as ducting sensor location and system layout affect the system operation Passport IO is shipped with factory default settings which are stored in permanent memory and can be recalled at any timeEntering Program ModeThe program mode canonly be entered from the Off Mode Press and hold the Power Button while in the Off Mode until the letter 223P224 appears in the display The characters 223P1224 followed by the parameter setting appear in the display The Passport IO control is now in the Program ModeNOTE The control will exit the Program Mode and return to theOff Mode if no programming is attempted for one minuteL2231 Memorized Default SetIMPORTANT The memorized default settings can be restored by entering the Program Mode and setting Pto 223rSt224 Exit the Program Mode and the software version number in the display The memorized default settings are restored and the Passport IO control returns to the Off Mode Using the Program ModeIncrement from one program parameter to the next by pressing the Fan Button while in the Program Mode Press and release the Fan Button to advance to the desired parameter The programmable parameters range from P1 through P22Up and Down ButtonsThe Up and Down Buttons are used to select the data or set the desired limits for the parameter being New Program Parameters Simultaneously press the Up and Down Buttons while in the Program Mode to save the new program parameters This will also set the new program defaults Factory defaults shown in the table may be reset the Program ModeThere are two methods to exit the Program Mode Press the Power Button and thewill return to the Off Mode Not pressing any buttons or attempting any program changes for one minute will exit the Program ModeThe software version of the control is identi037ed for one second prior to the exit from the Program Mode The software number ie 223A12224will appear in the display for one second then the control will return to the Off Mode NOTEShould there be any reason to contact Dometic about the system or programming Passport IO be sure to have the software number and air conditioning unit serial number available The serial number may be found on the dataplate are 20 programmable parameters with their factory default settings listed in this section The following table indicates what these parameters are along with the permitted values and the original factory default settingsShould any programming problems or confusion occur reset the Memorized Default Settings by entering the program mode and setting P17 to 223rSt224P1 Operating ModeThe following operating modes can be selected Automatic Mode by programming 2230224 Cool Mode by selecting 2231224 and Heat Mode by selecting 2232224P2 High Fan LimitThe upper fan speed limit can be adjusted for various motors The high fan limit is adjusted with the system installed and operating The values range from 65 through 95 arbitrary units Set a higher number for a higher fan speed Set lower number to lower the fan speed Use the Up and Down Buttons to select the desired speedP3 Low Fan LimitThe low fan limit determines the lowest output allowed for the low fan speed The values from 30 through 64 arbitrary units Use the Up and Down Buttons to select the low fan limit Set a higher number for higher fan speed Setting lower numbers lowers the fan speedIMPORTANT Once the high and low fan speed limits are set the unit will automatically readjust the remaining speeds to produce three equally spaced fan speeds in both Automatic and Manual Fan ModesP4 Compressor Staging Time DelayThe compressor staging delay is provided for installations where more than one system operates from the same power source Setting different staging delays allows compressors to start at different times when power is interrupted Units should be staged 037ve seconds apart The minimum delay is 037ve seconds and the maximum is 135 seconds See the Reversing Valve Operation section for programming tipsP5 Temperature CalibrationUse this feature to calibrate the ambient sensor Select P5 and the ambient temperature appears in the display Use the Up and Down Buttons to set the correct reading The temperature in the display will increase or decrease as required L2231 Parameters Mode0 AutoHigh Fan Speed Limit arbitrary unitsLow Fan Speed Limit arbitrary Staging Time Sensor 0 Min Protection1 Continuous No Display 2 Continuous W Display 3 4 Failures Reset RequiredLow AC Voltage Shutdown Volts220230 V OFF1On w5260F Display Sensor w7260F Display Sensor Water Temperature Limit 260 Brightness Control4 Low13 Maximum Display 272 Fahrenheit or 272 Celsius F Fahrenheit DisplayedC Celsius DisplayedCycle Pump With Compressor or Continuous PumpOn Continuous PumpReverse Fan Speeds During Heating nor Normal Fan OperationrEF Reversed Fan In Fan or Cycle Fan with CYC Cycle Fan With Compcon Continuous Fan Cycle Heating or Electric Heat nor Reverse Cycle HeatingELE Electric Heater InstalledFan motor type selection Shaded pole or split capacitorSP Shaded Pole Fan MotorSC Split Cap Fan MotorReset Memorized Programming DefaultsrST Reset Defaultsnor NormalReserved for Future OptionFilter Threshold x10 hoursCurrent Filter Time x10 hoursVoltage Calibration VoltsAC Voltage1This feature222s setting and behavior were modi037ed in software revision A21 and newer See feature description in text for more detailsL2231 OperationP6 Fail Safe LevelThere are four fail safe levels See 223Failsafe and Fault Handling Codes later in this sectionP7 Low AC Voltage ShutdownUse this feature to shut down the unit if the voltage drops to a dangerously low level By default it is off but it can be set between 75 and 105 for a 115 Volt unit and from 175205 for a 220230 Volt unit This feature works immediately at start up but while running will require a 5 minute delay before displaying a fault to prevent nuisances The fault code is 223LAC224P8 DeIcing CyclePassport IO is equipped with a deicing cycle to prevent ice build up on the evaporator coil during extended periods of cooling operation Installation variables such as grille sizes length of ducting insulation R factors and ambient temperatures determine the cooling run time required to achieve set point Customer usage may substantially increase run times by operating the system with the hatches and doors open Programming an unrealistic set point eg 65260F183260C and leaving the salon door open will usually cause the evaporator to ice up on warm humid days For Passport IO software revision A15 and older deicing is accomplished by switching the reversing valve into the Heat Mode while the system is cooling The valve will remain energized for the programmed cycle time The cycle is programmable to 223OFF224 or to a period of one two or three minutesFor Passport IO software revision A21 and newer deicing is accomplished using a more sophisticated algorithm that closely monitors the room air temperature in repeating 10minute intervals during a cooling cycle Depending on the value and change in room temperature during these monitoring intervals the Passport IO will perform various actions to prevent ice from forming andor melt ice that may have already formed This is accomplished by short compressor shutdown periods combined with a onespeed increase in fan speed and by periodic Heat Mode cycles with the fan turned offThis deicing feature is turned ON by default with programming parameter P8 set to 2231224 The behavior of the feature is always the same whenever an optional alternate air temperature sensor is installed However the feature has two different selectable behavior modes when it is used in conjunction with the Passport IO display222s builtin room air temperature sensor It attempts to compensate for any temperature discrepancy that the display sensor may experience Although this discrepancy is not typical installation variables such as where the Elite display is placed inside the room eg near an open door or in direct sunlightcan affect how accurately it can read the actual room temperature By default with P8 set to 2231224 the algorithm is applied assuming the display sensor may be reading the room temperature as much as 5260F 28260Creater than the actual evaporator temperature With programmable parameter Pset to 2232224 the temperature differential that is applied to the display sensor reading is increased to 7260F 39260Cor even more extreme installations Setting P8 to 2232224 should only be used if a setting of 2231224 does not prevent evaporator ice from forming Alternately the installation of an optional alternate air temperature sensor located in the return air pathgreatly increase the effectiveness of the deicing feature and this option should be considered whenever the display sensor cannot read the room temperature accuratelyP9 High Water Temperature LimitUse this feature to shut down the unit if the water in condenser coil rises to a dangerously high level By default it is off but it can be set between 100 and 150260 Fahrenheit The fault code is 223PLF224P10 Display Brightness ControlThe display brightness can be adjusted from 4 to 13 with 4 being the dimmest and 13 the brightestP11 Fahrenheit or Celsius SelectionThe default setting is 260F Select 260C for Celsius Celsius readings are displayed in tenths example 222260P12 Cycle Pump With CompressorThe pump can also be programmed to operate continuously or cycle on demand To program continuous operation select 223On224P13 Reverse Automatic Fan Speeds The automatic fan speeds can be reversed during Heating Mode The fan will speed up as the set point is approached Lowering the fan speed when the cabin is cold increases head pressure and helps raise supply temperature The fan switches to low speed when the set point is satis037ed and the compressor cycles off Normal fan operation is represented by 223nor224 To reverse fan speeds in heating select 223rEF224P14 Cycle Fan with CompressorThe fan can be programmed to run continuously when the system is on or can be allowed to cycle with the compressor To cycle the fan with the compressor select The default is 223con224 continuous used with optional electric heat the fan will remain on four minutes after the heater cycles offL2231 OperationP15 Reverse Cycle or Electric HeatUnits not equipped with reverse cycle heat may have electric heater added Program parameter to 223ELE224 for the electric heat optionNOTE For Passport IO software revision A13 and older when this parameter is programmed for electric heat only the electric heat relay located towards the middle of the Passport IO circuit board is energized during a heating cycle see Sample Wiring Diagram at the back of this manual For Passport IO software revision A21 and newer when programmed for electric heat both the electric heater relay and the valve relay are energized This change was made to support the future elimination of the electric heater relay Therefore Passport IO circuit boards that do not have electric heater relays will require an Passport IO display with software revision A21 or newer to properly energize the valve relay Also since the valve relay output can only support a maximum of 10 amps of resistive load when installing an optional electric heater that exceeds this load it will be necessary to also install an additional contactor that is rated to handle the full load of the electric heater Please consult with Dometic Customer Service or with an authorized service technician for assistanceP16 Fan Motor NOTE TO END USERStandard units have a Shaded Pole SPfan motor the factory default parameter 223SP224 is correct for standard units However the blower on the new Turbo units as well as the 24000 BTUHr 24Kmodels and units with High Velocity HVblowers have Split Capacitor SCfan motors units the parameter must be changed from 223SP224 to 223SC224 in order for the blower to work at peak ef037ciencyThe Turbo units are identi037able by the letters 223VTD224 in the model number A 24K unit is identi037able by the 22324224 in the model number ie VCD24K A High Velocity unit does not have a blower motor overhang the motor is inside the blower and there is an 223HV224 in the model number If your air conditioner is one of these models then you must change parameter P16 to 223SC224 prior to operating the Save this change as a new default by simultaneously pressing and releasing the Up and Down Buttons prior to exiting the program mode Make note of new default in the Programmable Parameters table for future reference and servicingP17 Reset Memorized Defaults The default programming parameters can be reset by entering the program mode and selecting 223rSt224 This restores the programmable parameters to the default values The default parameters listed in the Programming Parameters Table may be altered by the installing dealer or end user Once new defaults are entered and memorized the factory defaults will be overwritten The original factory program parameters as listed in the table may be restored manuallyP20 Filter ThresholdThis feature is to remind users to change the air 037lter on a unit The units are x10 hours By default it is off which is designated with a 22300224 but it can be set between 100 and 2500 hours After the unit has reached its threshold time it will display a 223FIL224 remind 1 second every 10 secondsP21 Current Filter TimeThis feature is used to display the amount of time the current 037lter has been on the unit The units are x10 hours In order to reset this parameter simply press up or down P22 Voltage feature displays the voltage reading as seen by the display Calibrating this parameter will provide a more accurate voltage when calculating low voltage for P7 It will display a live reading of the voltage and can be manipulated by pressing up and downFailsafe and Fault Handling CodesWhen a fault is detected Passport IO will display one of the following Mnemonic fault codesIndicates high Freon pressure Indicates low Freon failed air low AC high water temperature in condensing 037lter needs is not indicated and does not cause lockout in Heat Mode223LPF224 has a ten minute shut down delayFailsafe Level 0Only 223ASF224 detected and displayed The control will shut down and will not restart until the fault is repaired Once the fault is repaired the control will restartL2231 Level 1All actions in level 0 plus all other faults detected but not indicated The system shuts down for 2 minutes or until the fault is cleared whatever is longer The system will restart if the fault is Level 2All actions same as level 0 and 1 Faults are indicated The system shuts down for 2 minutes or until the fault is cleared whatever is longerFailsafe Level 3All actions the same as level 0 1 and 2 The system shuts down for two minutes or until the fault is cleared whatever is longer The system will lockout after four consecutive 223HPF224 or 223LPF224 faults Pressing the Power Button once to Off Mode and pressing again to On Mode clears the lockoutQuick Start Operations seawater intake ball valve sea cockTurn on the air conditioner circuit breaker If the seawater pump has its own circuit breaker turn that onTurn the system onSet the desired cabin temperature set pointCheck for a steady solid stream of water from the overboard that there is steady air036ow out of the supply air grilleIf the unit does not appear to be operating properly refer to guidelinesNote Do not turn the unit off and immediately turn it back on Allow at least 30 seconds for refrigerant pressure sections following these general Will not startPossible conditioning unit circuit breaker is offTurn circuit breaker on at ship222s panelControl is not turned onSee Operation section in this manualWrong wiring at terminal stripCheck wiring diagram and correct if butt connectors power supply and open electric box check wiring diagram correct if necessaryInput line voltage is power source proper voltage Check wiring and terminals for proper sizes and connections Verify with a voltmeter that the power at the unit is the same as the power sourceFault Fan is not runningCheck speci037c control sectionFault No cooling or set point is or raise set seawater 036owClean seawater strainer Check for obstructions at speed scoop thruhull inlet Check for a good steady 036ow from the overboard pump may be hose from pump discharge to purge air from lineLoss refrigerant gasCheck air conditioning unit for refrigerant oil leakage call service temperature too high for cooling or too low for temperature will directly affect air conditioning unit222s ef037ciency This air conditioning unit can effectively cool your boat in water temperature up to 90260F 322260Cand heat if reverse cycle option is installedin water temperatures as low as 40260F 44260C Fan coil is iced in coolingCheck your speci037c control sectionFan is not runningCheck your speci037c control plumbing is that seawater plumbing is installed per the guidelines in this manual9 Digital control is programmed for Cool or Heat only or mechanical control thermostat is rotated to far towards either Cooler or Warmer settingSee digital control manual for reprogramming or see mechanical control operation section in this manualHigh pressure switch open in seawater 036owStrainer or intake may be plugged sea cock may be closed check seawater hose for kinks or collapses Verify pump operation Check pump circuit breaker if applicableHigh pressure switch open in air036owRemove any obstructions in return air stream Clean return air 037lter and grille Check for crushed or restricted ducting ducting must be as straight smooth and taut as switch is open in heating modeSystem may cycle on highpressure if seawater temperature is above 55260F thermal overload is open due to either of the above needs to cool down Turn system off for a while it may take up to three hours to reset thermal overloadFault No is 223cool only224 or if reverse cycle reversing valve may be stuckTap reversing valve lightly with rubber mallet while unit is in heat mode Call for service if that does not correct the IO Controls 225 L2231 Low is blockedRemove any obstructions in return air stream Clean return air 037lter and grille Check for crushed or restricted ducting ducting must be as straight smooth and taut as possibleFan Coil is icedSee belowFault Fan coil is icedPossible set point is too lowRaise set pointImproper air036owRemove any obstructions in return air stream Clean return air 037lter and grille Check for crushed or restricted ducting must be as straight smooth and taut as possible See the Digital Controls section below for reprogramming optionsSupply air is supply air so that is not blowing into the return air stream Seal any air leaks on ductHumidity level too highClose hatches and doorsSwitch air conditioning unit to heat until ice melts or use hair dryer to meltFault Water coil is iced in the Heating ModeSeawater temperature is below 40260F 44260CShut down system to prevent damage to condenser Allow coil to defrostFault System runs point temperature is improperly set too low for cooling or too high for heatingRaise or lower set pointPorthole or hatches openClose all port holes and temperature too high for cooling or to low for temperature will directly affect the air conditioning unit222s ef037ciency This air conditioning unit can effectively cool your boat in water temperatures up to 90260F 322260Cand heat if reverse cycle option is installedin water as low as 40260F 44260C Improper air sensor locationCheck your speci037c control sectionDigital Controls Fault Digital display panel is not litPossible display cable plugs are not making contact unplugged dirty bent or broken pinsWith POWER OFF at the circuit breaker remove connector and inspect If damaged replace connector or entire display cableFault Fan is not running or runs control is programmed for either fan cycling with compressor or continuous fan operaElite Control Press and hold the fan button for 037ve seconds to change to 223con224 so fan will stay on continuously or to 223CYC224 so the fan cycles with the IO Control Reprogram parameter P14Note After the compressor cycles off the fan will continue to run for two minutes in Cool Mode and four minutes in Heat Mode regardless of parameter settingFault Fan is not running but the Possible triac on Passport IO circuit boardSend for repair or call local service Fan runs continuously although it is set to cycle with triac on Passport IO circuit boardSend for repair or call local service technician Fault No cooling or control programmed for heat or cool onlyReprogram parameter P1223HPF224 or 223LPF224 is displayedSee belowFault No heatPossible Control may be set to Electric Heat not Reverse CycleReprogram parameter P15Fault Unit switches to heat while in Cool ModePossible feature enabled due to coil icing upReprogram parameter P8Fault Fan coil is icedPossible air036owSee the General section above 037rst before reprogramming digital parameter P8 to enable deicing If deicing cycle does not melt ice switch air conditioning unit to heat until ice melts or use hair dryer to melt iceIf problem persists reprogram Low Fan Speed Limit for maximum value Set P3 to 64 Fault System runs air sensor locationVerify display head location with criteria found in the control manual Install alternate air sensor if is displayed High FPossible switch is open in seawater 036owStrainer or intake may be plugged sea cock may be closed check seawater hose for kinks or collapses Verify pump operation check pump circuit breaker if switch open in air036owRemove obstructions in return air stream Clean air 037lter and grille Check for crushed or restricted ducting ducting must be as straight smooth and taut as possibleIf problem persists reprogram Low Fan Speed Limit for maximum value Set P3 to 64 and set the reverse fan speeds during Heating Mode parameter P13 to 223rEF224 or manually set fan speed to highFault 223LPF224 is displayed Low FPossible switch is open due to low seawater andor low return air restarting the air conditioning unit the optional low pressure switch has a ten minute shutdown time delay that may be in affectLow pressure switch is open due to loss of air conditioning unit for refrigerant oil leakage call service 223ASF224 is displayed Air Sensor FPossible failed face plate air sensor alternate air sensor or display cableUnplug alternate air sensor if installed or plug in alternate air sensor if not installed Try another display cableDamaged jacksocket in display head or on circuit board Visually check to see that pins inside socket are not bent or corroded Repair or replace display or circuit board if neededL2231 223LAC224 is displayed Low AC VPossible voltage is too lowVerify power to unit with is improperly that P22 matches voltage reading to unit with a is displayed Low Pump FloPossible that unit is getting water 036ow and that condenser is not is damagedUnplug water sensor if installed Try another if it is jacksocket on circuit boardVisually check to see that pins inside socket are not bent or corroded Repair or replace circuit board if Fault 223FIL224 is 036ashing Possible 037lter and reset P21 to IO Controls 225 ValvesReverse cycle units have a reversing valve the valve must be energized periodically to keep the internal parts moving freely To do this switch the air conditioner unit into heat for a few seconds once a monthSeawater StrainerInsure that your pump receives adequate seawater 036ow by regularly cleaning the strainer basket Periodically check the overboard discharge for a steady stream of water Check seawater intake speed scoop for obstructions Make sure hoses are not looped kinked or crushed1 With the system turned off at the circuit breaker on the ship222s panel disconnect the inlet and outlet connections 2 ID outlet of a chemical resistant submersible pump MAS P500 pump etcoutlet 036ow freely into the container mentioned below3 Place a strainer or piece of screen over the inlet of the a 5 solution of muriatic or hydrochloric acid and fresh water or use a premixed overthecounter solution Use a large container as possible to hold the solution 525 gallons CAUTION Avoid spilling or splashing the solution Follow all warnings and given by the manufacturer of any acids or premixed solutions4 Power the pump and circulate the solution through the condenser coil for 1545 minutes depending upon the size of the coils and the extent of the contamination indicate when the contamination removal has stopped5 Circulate fresh water through the coil to 036ush any re6 Restart the system and check operational parameters to ensure thorough cleaning has taken place Additional cleaning may be necessary with extreme For the purpose of protecting the environment dispose of any contaminated acid solutions in accordance with federal state andor local Air FiltersCheck the return air 037lter about once a month and clean as necessary To clean the 037lter remove it from the unit rinse with water air dry and reinstallThere are several methods of winterization some of which work better than others The four various methods employed using a 5050 nonpolluting biodegradable solution are1 Pumping of antifreeze solution into the overboard thruhull 037tting and discharging through the intake thruhull 2 Use of the seawater pump to pump antifreeze solution through the system and discharging through the overboard thruhull 037tting Close sea cock remove hose from strainer discharge raise hose above pump so pump does not lose its primee solution Pump solution through system The strainer and hose to sea cock will also need to be drained of water3 Use of pressurized air injected at the overboard discharge 037tting and the water being dischargedthe seawater intake 037tting4 Use of pressurized air to force water from the intake through the overboard dischargeAny method that causes the antifreeze solution to 036ow downward is the method of choice By this means the antifreeze solution will displace any water trapped and eliminate the possibility of freezing in hidden areas In addition since the seawater pump utilizes a magnetically driven impeller the impeller should be removed from the wet end assembly wiped with an alcohol solution and stored in a warm dry area until commissioning takes placeNote Collect all discharged liquids and recycle or dispose of in a proper mannerSet Point Operating RangeAmbient Temperature Operating Range AccuracyLow Voltage Limit 115 Volt Units 75 VACLow Voltage Limit 220 Volt Units 175 VACLow Voltage Processor Reset50 VACLine Voltage115 Through 240 Output6 Amps 115 VACFan Output6 Amps 230 VACValve Output14 Amp 115230 VAC30 Amps 115 VAC20 Amps 230 VAC14 HP 115 VAC12 HP 230 VAC1 HP 115 VAC2 HP 230 VACMinimum Operating Temperature Maximum Ambient Operating Rh Than 5 WattsDisplay PanelPanel Cut OutCable LengthsDisplay Cable Self Cable Central Air Air Sensor Central SystemAll custom cable lengths supplied in standard 5 229mumNOTES Maximum length of display and sensor cables is 75 feet 229m The outside air sensor alternate air sensors included with the standard control packageAmbient or Inside Air Freon PressureLow Freon Inside Air Temperature Sensor Air Temperature Sensor IO Controls 225 Factory Self Test ProgramThe Passport IO software contains a self test program to facilitate factory testing of the entire air conditioning system Once the self test program is activated the test cycle will continue until the AC power is interrupted or the Power Button is pressed once which returns the system to the Off Mode Activate the self test program by pressing the Power Button while turning on the AC power Release the Power Button while the display indicates 223888224 and all LEDs are lit Passport IO is now in the self test appears in the display while in the self test programOnce activated the self test software will continuously execute the following procedureTurn on in the Heat Mode and supply heating for ten minutes Stop heating and run the fan only for 037ve minutesSwitch to Cool Mode and continue cooling for ten minutesStop cooling and run the fan only for 037ve minutesReturn to step one and continue until interruptedThe self test program will continue until the power is interrupted or the test is halted by pressing the Power Button onceService ToolsTotal compressor cycle time is saved in EEPROM every six minutes of continuous compressor running time Cycles less than six minutes are discarded to conserve memory and allow the most 036exible hourmeter possibleTo view the hour meter turn off the AC power and press the Down Button While holding the Down Button restore AC power After PowerOn Reset is complete the following appears in the display1 223Hr224 is displayed for one second2 The display blanks out for one second then displays the thousands of hours for three seconds3 The display blanks out for one second then displays the hundreds units for three seconds4 The unit returns to the last operating state before power was removedMaximum recorded time is 65536 hours the meter stops and can only be reset by a service History LogPassport IO records and remembers the eight most recent faults Each time a fault is detected a one hour timer is started Three consecutive faults within that hour cause system shut down lock out and display the fault code During that hour to conserve memory the same recurring fault is not recorded in the service history log Continuous operation for one hour without the same recurring fault clears that fault counter but the event remains in the service history log until over written Should a different fault be detected during the hour it will be entered into the service history logThe following events are entered into the service history High Freon Pressure Low Freon Pressure Air Sensor FaultTo view the service history log turn off the AC power and press the Fan Button With the Fan Button pressed turn on the AC power Once Power On Reset is completed display indicates 223888224 and all LEDs are litrelease the Fan Button The display will 036ash the most recent fault detected followed by the event chronology number To view other events detected press either the Up or Down ButtonsThe service history log can be cleared by simultaneously pressing the Power and Down buttonsExit the service history log by pressing either the Power or Select Buttons or wait thirty seconds without pressing any buttonSample Wiring DiagramNOTE THIS IS A SAMPLE DIAGRAM WIRE COLORS MAY VARY SEE UNIT SPECIFIC DIAGRAM LOCATED IN ELECTRICAL BOX OR IN AIR CONDITIONING UNIT MANUAL TURN POWER OFF BEFORE OPENING ELECTRICAL BOXSee Parameter P15 for more information on Electric HeatThe following warranty is extended to cover marine air conditioners manufactured or supplied by Dometic Environmental Corporation and is subject to indicated Dometic warrants for the periods set forth below that products manufactured or supplied by it will be free from defects in workmanship and material provided such products are installed operated and maintained in accordance with Dometic222s written instructionALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE LIMITED TO THE TERMS AND PERIODS OF WARRANTY SET FORTH BELOW AND TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE with the Elite or Passport IO digital controls NOT TO INCLUDE THE VECTOR TURBO SYSTEMS DATING FROM 2007 SEE SEPARATE WARRANTY FOR THIS SYSTEM ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE Coverage applies to units manufactured on or after 030103 and applies only to units equipped with Elite or Passport IO digital controls at the Dometic comprising of the Passport IO circuit boards Elite or Passport IO digital displays and associated cables are warranted for a period of three 3years from the date of installation but not to exceed four 4years from the date of manufacture at the Dometic factory All other components comprising a complete system excluding pumps and pump relay panelson a new installation are warranted for a period of two 2years from the date of installation but not to exceed three 3years from the date of manufacture at the Dometic factory Pumps and pump relay panels are warranted for a period of one 1year from the date of installation but not to exceed two 2years from the date of purchase OEM installed equipment warranties begin with the purchase of the vessel not from the date of with MCP Mechanical Control Panelcontrol Components comprising a complete system on a new installation are warranted for a period of one 1year from the date of installation but not to exceed two 2years from the date of manufacture at the Dometic factory OEM installed equipment warranties begin with the purchase of the vessel not from the date of IO Controls 225 Manufacturers Limited Warranty AgreementIn addition Dometic will pay labor costs and travel as outlined in its Schedule of Limited Warranty Allowancesfor removal and reinstallation of such components for a period of one 1year from the date of installation but not to exceed two 2years from the date of manufacture at the Dometic factory OEM installed equipment warranties begin with the purchase of the vessel not from the date of installation Warranty will be paid in accordance with our established schedule of allowances Compensation for warranty repairs is only made to Dometic authorized service will repair or replace at its option components found to be defective due to faulty materials or workmanship when such components examined by an authorized service dealer or a factory service representative are found to have a defect for which the company is responsible Refer to Limited Warranty Policyfor complete coverage and exclusions Replacement components are warranted for the duration of the remaining warranty period in effect on the original component In the event that a unit has to be returned to the factory it must be properly packaged to prevent shipping damages If packaging is not available Dometic will provide it at no charge The warranty may be voided on any piece of equipment or component that is damaged due to improper packagingThis limited warranty is extended in lieu of all other warranties agreements or obligations expressed or implied concerning Dometic222s components This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser and is not transferable This warranty shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida and gives the original 037rst end user de037nite legal rightsThis warranty does not cover damages incidental andor consequential to the failure of Dometic222s equipment including but not limited to normal wear accident misuse abuse negligence improper installation lack of reasonable and necessary maintenance alteration civil disturbance or acts of GodNo person or dealer is authorized to extend any other warranties or to assume any other liabilities on Dometic222s behalf unless made or assumed in writing by an of037cer of Marine Air Vector Turbo 225 Limited Warranty 1 Warranty Dometic Environmental Corporation to the retail purchaser including subsequent ownerswho purchases a new Marine Air Vector Turbo marine air conditioner manufactured by Dometic the 223Product224 including a Marine Air Vector Turbo marine air conditioner which has been incorporated in a marine vessel by an original equipment manufacturer 223OEM224that the Product shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the periods and coverages set forth belowProduct or PartTermEntire Product1 YearCompressor and the base pan evaporator shroud and blower ring of the chassis4 Years starting at the expiraThe warranty period commences on the date of installation of the Product but shall not exceed three 3om the date of manufacture of the Product by Dometic The warranty on OEM installed Products commences with the initial retail purchase Dometic will pay for labor for the repair or replacement performed by an authorized Dometic dealer or factory representative at the rates then allowed by Dometic for warranty repairsDometic will repair or replace at its sole option the Product or components found to be defective due to faulty materials or workmanship when such components examined by an authorized service dealer or a factory service representative are found to have a defect for which Dometic is responsible Replacement components are warranted for the duration of the remaining warranty period in effect on the original component In the event that a unit has to be returned to the factory it must be properly packaged to prevent shipping damages The warranty may be voided on any piece of equipment or component that is damaged due to improper packaging Purchaser must provide notice of the defect to Dometic Environmental Corporation 2000 N Andrews Avenue Ext Pompano Beach Florida 33069 or to one of its Authorized Service Dealers within sixty 60days after discovery of a purported defect in or to the Product covered by this warranty Failure to timely provide this notice to Dometic or one of its Authorized Service Dealers shall constitute a waiver of Purchaser222s warranty rights2 Exclusions from Warranty Coverage This warranty excludes liability for defects in or damages to a Product caused directly or indirectly by the following iimproper installation 2additions alterations or installations made by persons other than Dometic or its authorized dealers or iiinormal wear and usage or conditions resulting from the failure to perform regular maintenance and care ivabuse or misuse of the product or uses that it was not intended for vminor imperfections or defects that do not materially impair or affect its suitability for intended use vidamage resulting from an act of God power surge lightening submersion improper wiring or improper power supply and viicomplaints of noise and vibration3 Exclusion of Implied Warranties and Limitations on Damages THE WARRANTY PROVIDED BY DOMETIC HEREIN CONSTITUTES PURCHASER222S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR DEFECTS RELATING TO THE PRODUCT DOMETIC MAKES NO OTHER OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY STATED HEREIN DOMETIC DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF AND THE WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW DOMETIC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL INCIDENTAL EXEMPLARY PUNITIVE SPECIAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES DOMETIC FURTHER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHICH ARE BASED ON NEGLIGENCE BREACH OF WARRANTY OR STRICT LIABILITY EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN DOMETIC222S LIABILITY HEREUNDER SHALL 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