Honeywell PCR-300 RC manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    PCR -300 PCR -300 RC Installation and Oper ating Instructions Electronic refrigeration contr ol EB-P[...]

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    2 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS 1 1 Unpac king t he unit and conditions of use 3 1 2 Gener al instructions 3 1[...]

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    3 1 Un packing t he unit and conditions of use Before and when unpacking the unit, mak e a visual in[...]

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    I The controller must not be used as a safety cut-out device or e xcess temper ature limiter . If th[...]

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    I Never e xpose the unit to ex cessive heat, dust and vibrations. A void knocks and pressure loads. [...]

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    6 a) housing with 2 mounting tabs: open out the later al mounting tabs; clip the unit on the 35 mm r[...]

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    7 T erminal: Description: 1 - 2 T1 = Cold store sensor 3 - 4 T2 = Evapor ator sensor 1 0 - 1 2 Mains[...]

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    8 5.3 Setting the DIP switc h for the emergency setpoint and t he clock bac k-up battery Carefully l[...]

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    ☛ Note: It tak es approximately 2 4 hour s for the battery to achiev e its full back -up capacity [...]

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    Three spot indicators show the switching status of the rela ys during operation: Pos. 1: On : Compr [...]

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    1 1 u Access the first programming le vel by pressing the and k eys at the same time for 5 seconds. [...]

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    If the set temper ature dif ference E03 is negativ e, an alarm is given if it is too cold in the ref[...]

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    6.7 Manual defrosting Press and hold down the k ey for 5 seconds. The manual defrosting process will[...]

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    1 4 The time is entered in increments of 1 0 minutes in each case . Impor tant : The times must be e[...]

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    1 5 E1 5 Sensor calibration T1 –5 t o +5 K 0 K (cold store) E1 6 Sensor calibration T2 –5 t o +5[...]

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    1 6 8 Maintenance The controller does not require an y maintenance. It does not ha ve any fuses so, [...]

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    Clearing alarm: Press the k ey . All alarm messages, with the exception of AL2, are also r eset by s[...]

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    1 8 1 2 T ec hnical data Mains voltage/frequency 230 V A C ± 10% / 50/60 Hz Rated w attage 2.5 w at[...]

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    1 9 EC Declar ation of Conformity as defined in the EMC Directives 89/336/EEC and the EC Low V oltag[...]

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    Automati on and Contro l Solution s Honeywell GmbH Hardhofweg • 74821 Mosbach / Germany Phone: +49[...]