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Outside Air Makes Energy
the Difference! Recovery
People need outside air for their health and comfort. Unconditioned outdoor
air rarely meets their needs: it’s usually too hot and humid in the summer
Ventilators
and too cold and dry in the winter. To provide the benefit of ventilation, the air ■ Maintain an adequate supply of ventilation
must be preconditioned before being introduced into the occupied space. air while reducing energy costs.
■ Recover up to 70 percent of
Cooled or heated indoor air soon grows stale and must be exhausted to rid sensible and latent energy from
the building of toxins, odors, viruses, bacteria, and other potentially harmful conditioned air as it is exhausted.
contaminants. Exhausting that air and replacing it with outside air, which ■ Reduce extremes in humidity that can encour-
must be conditioned, is critical to a healthy and productive environment, but age mold growth.
it is a process that can be both costly and inefficient. ■ Remove dangerous gases, bacteria, and other
airborne impurities from conditioned air.
If your air-conditioning system utilizes an energy recovery ventilator (ERV),
these costs are greatly minimized. An ERV helps improve the efficiency of Mitsubishi Electric’s Lossnay® energy recovery
air-conditioning systems by preheating or precooling incoming outside air with ventilators offer:
the available energy in the stale exhaust air. ■ Unprecedented energy transfer in a fixed-
plate component with no moving parts.
ERVs save money by decreasing the load on your air-conditioning units; help ■ Reasonable paybacks and reduced peak
to remove noxious indoor pollutants, such as formaldehyde, pollen, cigarette demand.
smoke, dust, and carbon dioxide; and help to equalize humidity levels. ■ Superior part-load performance, reducing
An ERV is an efficient and effective step toward improving overall indoor latent load even at mild outdoor tempera-
enivronmental quality. tures.
■ No wheels to stop turning so outside air is
always preconditioned and available.

HOW DOES THE LOSSNAY CORE WORK? ®

At the heart of each Mitsubishi Electric Lossnay® energy recovery ventila-


tor is a low-maintenance cross-flow energy exchange core constructed of a EA
Stale indoor
OUTDOORS INDOORS
SA
Supply
specially treated cellulose fiber membrane.
air exhaust preconditioned
The low-maintenance ERV core prevents the inbound air and exhaust air
from intermingling while crossing the airflows, thus preconditioning the air
ERV outside air to
AC system
Transmission
by warming it in the wintertime with the warm exhausted air, or by cooling it plates Partition plates
in the summertime with the cooler exhaust air.

While the airflows are exchanging heat energy by conduction in the ERV core,
the humidity in the air streams seeks to equalize. In the winter cool dry supply Return stale
air from outside is partially humidified by the moist exhausted air, and the op- indoor air
Outside air intake
posite occurs in the summertime. The special treatment and impregnation ap-
plied to the transmission plates allow water vapor molecules to pass through
so the differing humidity levels move toward equilibrium in the Lossnay® core.
OA RA
Larger molecules are unable to pass through the transmission plates so the
outside air is uncontaminated by stale exhausted air.
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Features
Mitsubishi Electric has responded to the growing need SA
Lossnay® Core
for total, integrated management of building HVAC and SA EA Supply Air
(Supply air diffuser) (Exhaust air)
indoor air quality by making it easier to interlock and RA
control Lossnay® energy recovery ventilators with our Return Air
air-conditioning systems.
Supply fan Exhaust fan EA
Improved sound attenuation makes Lossnay® units Exhaust Air
quiet enough for places where silence is a must such OA
as meeting rooms and libraries. Outside Air
RA OA
(Return air)
A free-cooling function is standard to help reduce costs (Outside air)

and boost efficiency. The integrated bypass damper Exhaust side filter Intake side filter

design makes installation and system integration quick


and efficient. Note: The duct inlet and outlet are arranged in-line
in the actual product.

System compatibility
Lossnay® construction
Lossnay® ERVs are constructed so that the exhaust air passage
from the indoor side to the outdoor side (RA EA) and the out-
side air passage from the outdoor side to the indoor side
® (OA SA) cross. The Lossnay® energy recovery unit features the
Lossnay® Core, which is installed at this cross point and recov-
The LGH-F-RX3-E series is fully compatible with our ers the heat by conduction through the separating medium be-
G-50A/GB-50 Centralized Controllers and works with tween the airflows. This enables the energy loss during exhaust
the TG-2000 software, LMAP LonWorks® interface, and to be greatly reduced.
BACnet® interface, further increasing the scope of total
system management. Ventilation
With conventional ERVs, “by-pass” or auto ventilation was im-
Multifunction LCD remote control possible without attaching an additional damper and adapter.
The PZ-41SLB Remote Controller and the PZ-52 SF With the LGH-F-RX3-E series, however, these modes are avail-
M-NET Controller are compact and attractive. In able without using any other parts. Auto mode is the fixed set-
addition to controls for ON/OFF and Ventilation Mode, ting when Lossnay® is interlocked with air conditioners. When
the schedule for filter maintenance is also displayed. using Lossnay® independently with a PZ-41SLB-E remote control
The liquid crystal display has been designed for easy (sold separately), Lossnay® ventilation, bypass ventilation, or
visibility. auto mode can be selected.
Reduce cooling load
If the air outside is cooler than the air inside the building during
the cooling season (such as early morning or at night), “bypass”
ventilation will draw in the cooler outside air and reduce the
cooling load on the system.
High-static pressure blades Conventional blades Cooling using outdoor air
During cooler seasons (such as spring and fall), if the people
High-static pressure blades in a room cause the temperature of the room to rise, “bypass”
By developing blower blades that are thinner, more ventilation will draw in the cool outside air and use it as is to
widely spaced, and possessing a larger diameter of cool the room.
curvature, static pressure has been boosted and sound Night purge
reduced while ensuring an optimal airflow. Higher static “Bypass” ventilation can be used to release hot air from inside
pressure means that Lossnay® can accommodate the the building that has accumulated during a hot summer day.
pressure loss required to meet the specifications of
ductwork and terminal materials, increasing the flex- Office equipment room cooling
ibility of system installation. During the cold season, outdoor air can be drawn in to cool
rooms where the temperature has risen due to the use of office
equipment. (Only when interlocked with CITY MULTI® and/or
Mr. Slim® indoor unit)

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Comparison of primary building ventilation methods
There are two main ventilation methods: Independent zoned ventilation method
This is mainly used in small to medium-sized buildings, with areas being venti-
Centralized ventilation method lated using outside air intakes from independent ventilation devices. The rate
This is mainly used in large buildings, with of use of this method has recently increased as zone conditioning and indepen-
the outside air intake being installed in one dent control are becoming more feasible.
machine room. For this method, primary
treatment of the outdoor air, such as heat System operation with celiling cassette (recessed) air conditioner
recovery to the intake air and dust removal, Ceiling-cassette package air Ceiling-recessed-type
is performed before distribution to the build- conditioner or fan coil unit Exhaust grill Lossnay® unit
ing duct system.
Exhaust air
Outside air
Exhaust
Air intake Air exhaust Finished ceiling
(outside air) (stale air)
Filters Supply fan
System operation with ducted air conditioner
Ceiling-embedded-type package Ceiling-recessed-
Lossnay®
air conditioner or fan coil unit Exhaust grill type Lossnay®
Each unit
Exhaust air
Outside air

Finished ceiling

Independent operation with ceiling-suspended air conditioner


Ceiling-cassette or ceiling-suspended-type Ceiling-mounted-type Lossnay or
package air-conditioner or fan coil unit ceiling-embedded-type Lossnay®

Outside air
Exhaust air

Finished ceiling

Calculation of Total Heat Recovery Efficiency OUTDOORS INDOORS


®
The Lossnay Core’s energy recovery efficiency can be consid-
ered using the following three transfer rates:
1. Temperature (sensible heat) recovery efficiency EA SA
2. Humidity (latent heat) recovery efficiency
3. Enthalpy (total heat) recovery efficiency ERV
The heat recovery effect can be calculated if two of the above
efficiencies are known. (The temperature and enthalpy efficien-
cies are indicated on pages 7-10.) Lossnay® performance and
cost analysis can also be determined using Mitsubishi Electric
ERValue® software.
• Each recovery efficiency can be calculated with the formulas

OA RA
in the table below.
• When the supply air volume and exhaust air volume are
equal, the heat recovery efficiencies on the supply and ex-
haust sides are the same. Calculation of supply air condition after
• When the supply air volume and exhaust air volume are not passing through Lossnay®
equal, the total heat recovery efficiency is low if the exhaust If the Lossnay® energy recovery efficiency and the conditions
volume is lower, and high if the exhaust volume is higher. of the room and outdoor air are known, the conditions of the
air entering the room and the air exhausted outdoors can be
Item Formula determined with the following formulas in the table below.
Temperature recovery
efficiency (%) t= [ ]
tOA - tSA
tOA - tRA
x 100 = Efficiency (%)
t = Dry Bulb
Supply side Exhaust side

[ ]
Enthalpy recovery iOA - iSA Temperature (°F) Temperature tSA = tOA - (t OA - t RA ) - t tEA = tRA + (t OA - t RA ) - t
efficiency (%) i = iOA - iRA x 100
i = Enthalpy (Btu/lb) Enthalpy iSA = iOA - (iOA - i RA ) - i iEA = iRA + (i OA - i RA ) - i

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Controls
Centralized Controller
Outdoor unit

Lossnay® Unit
interlocked with
CITY MULTI®
indoor units
Indoor unit Lossnay® Indoor unit
Power supply unit Remote Remote
controller controller

Lossnay units with


®

PZ-52SF M-NET
Remote Controllers
Lossnay® Lossnay®
®
Lossnay M-NET Lossnay® M-NET
remote controller remote controller
PZ-52SF-E PZ-52SF-E

Lossnay® Unit
interlocked with
Lossnay® External signal source external devices
Lossnay® M-NET
remote controller
PZ-52SF-E

®
Lossnay remote controller (PZ-41SLB-E)

Source power requirement Input voltage: 9VDC-15VDC, 0.02A


4-3/4

Power received from a Lossnay®


120

unit, TM2 5 - 6

Interface condition for Specialized transmission line:


2-3/4 3/8 1-5/16 transmission line DC power + AM modulation
70 8 33
Number of Lossnay® units 1-15
Unit: inches controlled by PZ-41SLB-E
mm
1-7/8
48

®
Lossnay M-NET remote controller (PZ-52SF-E)

Source power requirement Input voltage: 17VDC-30VDC, 0.02A


Power received from an outdoor
4-3/4
120

unit or a power supply unit via


M-NET transmission line

2-3/4 3/8 1-5/16 Interface condition for M-NET transmission line:


70 8 33 transmission line 30VDC + AMI signal (±5VDC)

Unit: inches Number of M-NET controlled 1-15


mm Lossnay® units controlled by
1-7/8 PZ-52SF-E
48

The PZ-41SLB-E and PZ-52SF-E controllers cannot be used simultaneously. 5

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Interlock simply, effectively, and economically
Because the M-NET adapter is included as standard equipment on the LGH Series Lossnay® Units, networking
Lossnay® Units with Mitsubishi Electric CITY MULTI® has never been easier. Systems can be assembled simply and
logically, reducing construction times and keeping costs low.

INTERLOCKED WITH INDOOR UNITS LOSSNAY USED INDEPENDENTLY


®

LGH-RX3 LGH-RX3
® ®
CITY MULTI /Lossnay connected ® ®
Mr. Slim /Lossnay connection cable
M-NET transmission line

®
Mr. Slim
®
CITY MULTI Lossnay ®
Lossnay®

remote remote
controller controller
PZ-52SF-E PZ-41SLB-E

Fan Speed
Select an appropriate Lossnay® model according to the room size, air volume and sound levels.
Each unit, (300, 470, 600 and 1,200 CFM), has an extra-high fan speed setting for use with
a long duct or when a large air volume is required. The positive and negative pressures of the
room can also be adjusted with this duct.

Lossnay® units have a low-sound design. However, for additional sound reduction, a silencer-
type supply/return grill, a silencer box and a flexible silencer may be used.

LGH-F300, F470, F600RX types

LGH-F1200RX type
Exhaust air Supply air
X-High

X-High
High

High

High and Extra-high switch

X-High
Supply air

High and High


Extra-high switch X-High
Exhaust air

High

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Position where duct direction change is possible

LGH-F300RX3-E Air exhaust fan


K
D
Damper plate
Ceiling suspension fixture

EA RA
(return air)
(exhaust air)

B
J

E
SA
OA (supply air)
(outside air)

23-5/8" or more

7/8"
5-7/8" ~ 9-13/16"
Maintenance space for K F
heat exchanger, air Air supply fan C
filters,and fans Inspection
opening Control box
Maintenance cover

Energy exchanger (Lossnay® core)


3-1/8" A 3-1/8"
K

G
H
Ceiling suspension fixture

Air filters

Power supply Single-phase 208/230V 60Hz


Ventilation mode Lossnay ventilation ®
Bypass ventilation
Fan Speed Extra high High Low Extra high High Low
Current (A) 1.3 1.1 0.6 1.4 1.1 0.6
Power consumption (W) 278 260 146 280 262 146
Air volume (CFM) 300 300 180 300 300 180
External static pressure (in. H2O) 0.65 0.10 0.02 0.65 0.10 0.02
Temperature recovery efficiency (%) 69 70 77 — — —
Enthalpy recovery Heating 62 64 71 — — —
efficiency (%) Cooling 44 46 55 — — —

Sound level (dB[A]) Measured 59 in. under


center of panel 36 32 25 36 32 25

Air outlets 44 40 31 44 40 31
Filter Washable filter (2)
Starting current Under 2.5A
Dimensions Ceiling suspension Nominal Duct connecting Duct pitch
Unit fixture pitch diameter flange Weight
A B C D E F G H J K
inches 34-15/16 40 12-1/2 31-1/8 41-1/4 1-9/16 ø8 ø7-9/16 ø8-3/16 29-5/16 4-7/8 73 lb
mm 888 1016 318 791 1048 40 ø203 ø192 ø208 745 124 33 kg

230V 208V
80
Te m pe ra tu
re re co ve ry
ef fic ie nc y
Recovery efficiency (%)

70
En th al py
re co ve ry
ef fi ci en cy
60 1.6 (h ea ti ng
Performance certified to )
ARI 1060 Standard
50 1.4 E n th a
lp y r e
cov e r y e ff
ic ie n cy (co
40 1.2 o li ng)
8 in.
1.0 dia pipe length
Listed Energy
Extra high
Recovery Ventilator
0.8 High 200 ft.
External static pressure

0.6 150 ft.


Low
(in. H2O)

0.4 100 ft.


©2007 Mitsubishi Electric
0.2 50 ft. All data and specifications
are subject to change
without notice.
7
0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450
Air volume (CFM)

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5-7/8” Position where duct direction change is possible

LGH-F470RX3-E Air exhaust fan


(149 mm)
D Ceiling suspension fixture

EA RA
(exhaust air) (return air)

5-7/8" ~ 9-13/16"
Damper plate

(149-249 mm)
(149-249 mm)

E
J

3-9/16”
OA SA
(outside air) (supply air)

(22 mm)
7/8”
F

23-5/8" or more
Maintenance space for K C
heat exchanger, air Inspection Air supply fan
filters, and fans opening Control box
Maintenance cover

3-1/8” A 3-1/8”
(79 mm) (79 mm)
5-7/8”
Energy exchanger (149 mm)
(Lossnay® core)

G
H
Ceiling suspension fixture Air filters

Power supply Single-phase 208/230V 60Hz


Ventilation mode Lossnay ventilation ®
Bypass ventilation
Fan Speed Extra high High Low Extra high High Low
Current (A) 2.5-2.5 2.4-2.4 1.6-1.7 2.5-2.5 2.3-2.3 1.6-1.7
Power consumption (W) 515-560 485-525 325-375 505-545 473-510 326-370
Air volume (CFM) 470 470 380 470 470 380
External static pressure (in. H2O) 0.80-0.96 0.58-0.78 0.29-0.51 0.80-0.96 0.58-0.78 0.29-0.51
Temperature recovery efficiency (%) 69-69 69-69 73-72 — — —
Enthalpy recovery Heating 62-62 62-62 66-65 — — —
efficiency (%) Cooling 44-44 44-44 50-48 — — —
Measured 59 in. under
Sound level (dB[A]) center of panel 37-39 35.5-37 29.5-31.5 38.5-40.5 37-39 30.5-32.5

Air outlets 48-50.5 45.5-48.5 38-40.5 — — —


Filter Washable filter (2)
Starting current Under 5.0A
Dimensions Ceiling suspension Nominal Duct connecting Duct pitch
Unit fixture pitch diameter flange Weight
A B C D E F G H J K
inches 45-13/16 39-1/2 15-11/16 40-9/16 40-13/16 3/8 ø10 ø9-1/2 ø10-3/16 27-3/16 5-7/8 143 lb
mm 1164 1003 398 1030 1037 9.5 ø254 ø241 ø259 691 149 65 kg
90
Te m p
eratu
80 re re
Enth cove
alpy ry ef
reco f ic ie
ver y ncy
70 effic
Recovery efficiency (%)

ienc
Ent y (h
Performance certified to halp ea ting)
60 2.00 y re
ARI 1060 Standard co ver
y ef
fici
e ncy
50 1.75 (co
olin
g)
40 1.50

Extra high
Listed Energy 30 1.25 10 in.
Recovery Ventilator High dia pipe length
1.00
Low 300 ft.
External static pressure

0.75
200 ft.
(in. H2O)

230V
0.50
208V ©2007 Mitsubishi Electric
100 ft. All data and specifications
0.25
are subject to change
without notice.
8
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
Air volume (CFM)

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Position where duct direction change is possible

LGH-F600RX3-E Air exhaust fan


K
D
Damper plate
Ceiling suspension fixture

EA RA
(return air)
(exhaust air)

B
J

E
SA
OA (supply air)
(outside air)

(22 mm)
23-5/8" or more

5-7/8" ~ 9-13/16"

7/8"
(600 mm or more)
Maintenance space for F
K

(149-249 mm)
heat exchanger, air Air supply fan C
filters, and fans Inspection
opening Control box
Maintenance cover

Energy exchanger (Lossnay® core)


3-1/8" A 3-1/8"
(79 mm) K (79 mm)

G
H
Ceiling suspension fixture

Air filters

Power supply Single-phase 208/230V 60Hz


Ventilation mode Lossnay ventilation ®
Bypass ventilation
Fan Speed Extra high High Low Extra high High Low
Current (A) 2.9 2.6 1.7 2.8 2.6 1.7
Power consumption (W) 654 600 390 648 600 396
Air volume (CFM) 600 600 430 600 600 430
External static pressure (in. H2O) 0.80 0.48 0.24 0.80 0.48 0.24
Temperature recovery efficiency (%) 69 70 75 — — —
Enthalpy recovery Heating 62 63 69 — — —
efficiency (%) Cooling 44 47 53 — — —

Sound level (dB[A]) Measured 59 in. under


center of pane 39 37 30 40 39 31

Air outlets 47 45 37 48 45 37
Filter Washable filter (2)
Starting current Under 7.0A
Dimensions Ceiling suspension Nominal Duct connecting Duct pitch
Unit fixture pitch diameter flange Weight
A B C D E F G H J K
inches 45-13/16 48-7/16 15-11/16 40-9/16 49-3/4 3/8 ø10 ø9-1/2 ø10-3/16 36-3/16 5-7/8 159 lb
mm 1164 1230 398 1030 1264 9.5 ø254 ø241 ø259 919 149 72 kg
90
Te m p
eratu
80 re re
Enth cove
alpy r y ef
reco f ic ie
very n cy
70 effic
Recovery efficiency (%)

ienc
y (h
Ent eat ing)
halp
Performance certified to 60 2.00 y re
co ver
ARI 1060 Standard y ef
fici
50 1.75 e ncy
(co 10 in.
olin
g)
40 1.50 dia pipe length

Extra high
30 1.25
300 ft.
Listed Energy High
Recovery Ventilator 1.00
Low
External static pressure

0.75 200 ft.


(in. H2O)

230V
0.50
208V 100 ft.
0.25 ©2007 Mitsubishi Electric
All data and specifications
are subject to change
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 without notice.
Air volume (CFM) 9

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Damper plate Ceiling suspension fixture

LGH-F1200RX3-E Air exhaust fan


D

EA RA
(exhaust air) (return air)

29-1/8"
B

47"
E
OA SA
(outside air) (supply air)

5-7/8" ~ 9-13/16"
23-5/8" or more

1"
Air supply fan
Inspection
opening Control box
Maintenance cover

Maintenance space for Energy exchanger


heat exchanger, (Lossnay® core)
air filters, A
and fans 5-1/8" 9-13/16" 45-13/16" 9-13/16" 5-1/8"

LGH-F1200RX3-E has double


circuit board and requires two

27-3/4"
M-NET connections.

ø13-3/4"
F
C Ceiling suspension fixture
Air filters Power cord opening

Power supply Single-phase 208/230V 60Hz


Ventilation mode Lossnay® ventilation Bypass ventilation
Fan Speed Extra high High Low Extra high High Low
Current (A) 5.7 5.6 3.6 5.6 5.5 3.6
Power consumption (W) 1290 1200 810 1265 1190 800
Air volume (CFM) 1200 1200 800 1200 1200 800
External static pressure (in. H2O) 0.75 0.43 0.20 0.75 0.43 0.20
Temperature recovery efficiency (%) 69 70 76 — — —
Enthalpy recovery Heating 62 63 69 — — —
efficiency (%) Cooling 44 47 53 — — —

Sound level (dB[A]) Measured 59 in. under 41 39 32 42 40 33


center of panel
Air Outlets 52 49 41 52 49 41
Filter Washable filter (4)
Starting current Under 14A

G
inches 65-7/16 48-7/16 31-1/2 40-9/16 50-1/8 8-3/4 ø14 ø13-3/4 29- 1/8 395 lb
mm 1164 1230 800 1030 1273 222 ø356 ø349 740 179 kg

90
Te m p
eratu
80 Enth re re
alpy cov er y e
reco f f ic ie
Recovery efficiency (%)

ver y ncy
70 effic
ienc
Ent y (h
halp ea ting)
Performance certified to 60 2.00 y re
ARI 1060 Standard cov
er y
effi
50 1.75 cien
cy (
coo
ling
)
40 1.50 14 in.
dia pipe length
30 1.25
Extra high
Listed Energy 300 ft.
External static pressure

Recovery Ventilator 1.00


High
(in. H2O)

0.75 200 ft.


Low

0.50
100 ft.
0.25 ©2007 Mitsubishi Electric
All data and specifications
0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 are subject to change
Air volume (CFM) without notice.
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Typical Installation
Ceiling
suspension Ceiling
bolt position suspension
Air-exhaust grill bolt position
A

WALL
LGH-F300RX3-E EA

C
(exhaust-air outlet)
LGH-F470RX3-E

B
Ceiling
OA
LGH-F600RX3-E (fresh-air intake)
5-7/8~9-7/8" Heat exchanger/filter
suspension
bolt position

Min. 23-5/8"
maintenance space

• An inspection access port must be Service access Air supply grill


installed on the filter and Lossnay® area D
Core removal side.
• Installer must provide insulation to Duct normal diameter Ceiling suspension bolt
prevent moisture condensation along øE (user-supplied) position (user-supplied)
the two outside ducts (outside-air
intake and exhaust-air outlet). Weather cover
• Ceiling installation hardware can be
attached to the top of the unit.
EA

WALL
• Installer must use weather-protected (exhaust-air outlet)
Air-supply
caps or hoods in areas directly OA
(outside-air intake) Service access area exhaust grill
exposed to rain. Duct incline RA SA
Over 1/30 (toward the wall) (return air) (supply air)
(moisture condensation prevention)

Ceiling
LGH-F1200RX3-E Exhaust grill suspension
bolt position
Exhaust grill
(user-supplied)
Air-supply grill
(user-supplied)
A Ceiling suspension
bolt position

C
EA
(exhaust-air outlet) B
Y piping, Reducer
(user-supplied)
OA
(outside-air intake)
Min. 23-5/8"

Duct diameter
Air-supply grill Service access area ø13-3/4" (user-supplied)
(user supplied)
5-7/8~9-7/8"
Duct incline Duct diameter Heat exchanger/filter
D

Over 1/30 (toward the wall) Ceiling suspension ø13-3/4" (user-supplied) maintenance space
(moisture condensation prevention) bolt position
Ceiling suspension Air-supply grill
bolt position

EA
(exhaust-air outlet)

OA
(oustide-air intake)

service access
RA SA SA
Air-exhaust grill (return air) (supply air) Air-supply grill (supply air)

Duct can be installed in two different Standard installation Installation with duct direction changed
Avoid installations
directions (OA, EA side) A space is
necessary to
Duct can be
installed close where the stale air
exhaust aperture plate
to the surface
Ducts can be connected in two different direc- prevent the influx of the wall would be blocked by
of rainwater lighting or
tions to the outdoor vents thanks to collars and air-conditioning
units Lighting, etc.
aperture plates that are interchangeable – either
side or bottom locations. This flexibility allows for EA OA EA OA EA OA
installations close to the surface of a wall and Changing the duct direction Remove the collar (factory-standard direction)
helps avoid cases where the stale exhaust air and the side panel aperture plate, and switch
their placements. They are both equipped with
vent would be obstructed. This innovative feature screw retainers, making the switch extremely
simple. The direction of the ducts can be
simplifies both planning and installation. changed only on the outside (OA and EA). The
collar aperture plate exchangeable
inside cannot be changed (SA and RA).
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Electrical Installation
TM1
LGH-F300RX3 Ground pole
LED4
LGH-F470RX3
LGH-F600RX3
SW4
SW3

LED1
SW1
LED2
SW2

SW5
LED6
TM3

TM2 Bushing

TB5

SA2
M-NET Module
SA1
in Control Box
Bushing

LGH-F1200RX3 SA2 SA1 TM3 LED6 SA2 SA1 LED2 TM3 LED1 TB5 TM2

Double board requires


Bushing
two M-NET connections

SW1 SW4 SW1 LED4 TM1


SW5 SW3 SW5 SW4 Wire clip
SW2 SW2 SW3
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Wiring Diagram LGH-F300RX3 • LGH-F470RX3 • LGH-F600RX3
Power
Terminal
M1 Motor for exhaust fan
BROWN
M2 Motor for supply fan GREEN/YELLOW
RED
C Capacitor TM1 CIRCUIT BREAKER
GM Motor for bypass movement CN8-1 CN8-2 PE N
ZNR102 DSA1
LS Microswitch CN10 5
FUSE S1 L
BLACK ×3 250V6.3A BLUE
TH1 Thermistor for outside air GREY HIGH
N
ZNR101 C101
SW4 ×4 POWER SUPPLY
TH2 Thermistor for return air M2 YELLOW
BROWN
L
220-240V ~ 50HZ
1 EXTRA S2
SW1 Switch (Main/Sub change) SUPPLY C HIGH
220V ~ 60HZ
SW2, 5 Switch (Function selection) FAN MOTOR

SW3 High/X-High select switch (Exhaust fan) 3 WHITE


CN9 CN1
SW4 High/X-High select switch (Supply fan) ORANGE
5
×1 1 WHITE
YELLOW TR
TM1 Terminal block (Power supply) BLUE HIGH
SW3 ×5 1
×2
TM2 Terminal block (Transmission cable and M1 WHITE
1 EXTRA
external control input) EXHAUST C HIGH CN7
FAN MOTOR GM
TM3 Terminal block (Monitor output)
6 RED
TB5 Terminal block (M-NET Transmission cable) LS
S1, S2 Connector (Power supply) BROWN
TR Control circuit transformer CN2
BROWN
X7 Relay contact (for operation monitor output)
Operation monitor output CN32 CN16
X8 Relay contact (for malfunction monitor output) MAX. MIN. TM3
AC240V 2A AC220V 100mA 10
CN1 Connector (Transformer primary) ×7
DC 24V 2A DC 5V 100mA 9 SW2 SW1 TH1 (OA)
GREY
CN2 Connector (Transformer secondary) 8
×8 GREY
CN5 Connector (Thermistor) 7 CN5 BLUE
SW5 BLUE
CN6 Connector (Microswitch) Malfunction monitor output
MAX. MIN. ORANGE TH2 (RA)
CN7 Connector (Motor for bypass operation) AC240V 1A AC220V 100mA CN6
SA1 SA2 ORANGE
CN8-1 Tab connector (Fan motor) DC 24V 1A DC 5V 100mA TM2 TB5
1 2 3 4 5 6 A B S
CN8-2 Tab connector (Fan motor) Shield wire
CN9 Connector (Fan motor)
CN10 Connector (Fan motor)
12V or
CN16 Connector (High/Low switch) 24V DC M-NET-transmission cable
CN32 Connector (Remote control selection)
Mr. Slim
(nonpolar)
Transmission
cable CN16
SA1 Address setting rotary switch (10 digit)
1 3 PZ- Lossnay unit PZ- Uncharged
SA2 Address setting rotary switch (1 digit) High
41SLB-E Max.15 units 52SF-E a-contact
LED1 Inspection indicator lamp Uncharged Low
LED2 Inspection indicator lamp a-contact
External control input High/Low select connector
LED4 Power supply indicator lamp Control
LED6 M-NET indicator lamp
MARK: Indicates Terminal block Terminals
Connector
Board insertion connector or
fastening connector of control board

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Wiring Diagram LGH-F1200RX3
M1 Motor for exhaust fan LS TH1 (OA) TH2 (RA)
M2 Motor for supply fan GM

C Capacitor TR
BROWN

WHITE

YELLOW

BROWN

BROWN

ORANGE

ORANGE
GM Motor for bypass movement

GREY
GREY
WHITE

BLUE
BLUE
RED
BLUE (CN16)
LS Microswitch S1 S2 CN1

6
CN7 CN2 CN5 CN6

1
1
3
FUSE

C101

×5
250V6.3A (TB5)
TH1 Thermistor for outside air (CN32)

DSA1
S
TH2 Thermistor for return air B

ZNR101
SW1 (Subordination)
M1

ZNR102
A
SW1 Switch (Main/Sub change) CN8-2
SUPPLY SA2 6
SW2, 5 Switch (Function selection) FAN MOTOR

BROWN
5
SA1 4
SW3 High/X-High select switch (Exhaust fan)

RED
3

×3

×4

×1

×2
CN8-1 SW2 SW5 2
SW4 High/X-High select switch (Supply fan) 1
M2 SW4 SW3

×7

×8
TM1 Terminal block (Power supply) (TM2)

1 EXTRA
HIGH
HIGH

HIGH

1 EXTRA
HIGH
EXHAUST (TM3)
TM2 Terminal block (Transmission cable and

5
FAN MOTOR 10 9 8 7
CN10 CN9

YELLOW

ORANGE
external control input)
BLACK

WHITE
GREY

BLUE
TM3 Terminal block (Monitor output)
C
TB5 Terminal block (M-NET Transmission cable)
S1, S2 Connector (Power supply) C

TR Control circuit transformer


LS TH1 (OA) TH2 (RA)
X7 Relay contact (for operation monitor output)
GM
X8 Relay contact (for malfunction monitor output)
TR
BROWN
WHITE

CN1 Connector (Transformer primary)

YELLOW

BROWN

BROWN

ORANGE

ORANGE
GREY
GREY
BLUE
BLUE
WHITE
CN16

RED
BLUE
CN2 Connector (Transformer secondary) S1 S2 CN1 CN7 CN2 CN5 CN6
6
1
1
3

FUSE
CN5 Connector (Thermistor)
C101

×5

SUPPLY 250V6.3A TB5


CN32
DSA1

FAN MOTOR S
CN6 Connector (Microswitch) B
ZNR101

M2 SW1 (Main)
ZNR102

A
CN7 Connector (Motor for bypass operation)
CN8-1 Tab connector (Fan motor) CN8-2 SA2 6
RED BROWN

5
SA1
CN8-2 Tab connector (Fan motor) EXHAUST
4
3
×3

×4

×1

×2

CN9 Connector (Fan motor) FAN MOTOR CN8-1 SW2 SW5 2

CN10 Connector (Fan motor) M1 SW4 SW3


1
×7

×8

TM2
1 EXTRA
HIGH
HIGH

HIGH

1 EXTRA
HIGH

CN16 Connector (High/Low switch) TM3


5

10 9 8 7
C

CN10 CN9
YELLOW

ORANGE

CN32 Connector (Remote control selection)


BLACK

WHITE
GREY

BLUE

SA1 Address setting rotary switch (10 digit)


C
SA2 Address setting rotary switch (1 digit)
LED1 Inspection indicator lamp C

LED2 Inspection indicator lamp


LED4 Power supply indicator lamp GREEN/YELLOW

LED6 M-NET indicator lamp


TM1 TM2 TB5
MARK: Indicates Terminal block L N PE 5 6 A B S
Shield wire
Connector
Uncharg ed
Board insertion connector or a-contact
High Low
fastening connector of control board M-NET-transmissiion cable 12V or CN16
POWER SUPPLY L N 24V DC
Operation monitor output Mr. Slim
220 - 240V ~ 50HZ MAX. MIN. (non polar )
220V ~ 60HZ PZ- PZ- AC240V 2A AC220V 100mA
High/Low select connector
(Invalid in EU) 41SLB-E 52SF-E DC 24V 2A DC 5V 100mA
3

Malfunction monitor output


Uncharged
MAX. MIN.
a-contact
1

AC240V 1A AC220V 100mA


Transmissiion cable DC 24V 1A DC 5V 100mA External control input
Lossnay unit
Max. 7 units

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Energy Recovery Ventilator Terminology
Balanced Ventilation Outdoor Air (OA)
A ventiliation strategy using both an exhaust air blower Air drawn from outdoors - ventilation air.
and a supply or make-up air blower providing the same
Pulse Input
airflow and pressure so as not to pressurize or depressur-
When the control signal
ize a building.
from an external device
CFM outputs a pulse such as
Cubic Feet per Minute, a measure of air volume the one shown at right, 200 ms or more
the pulse input control is
Delayed Operation
performed by the Lossnay® unit. (Optional DIP switch 2-2
The On/Off operation of the Lossnay® unit can be delayed
ON) 200 ms or more
for 30 minutes following the operation of the indoor unit.
When using PZ-41SLB-E, the delay can be set for 10, 20, Remote Operation
30, 40, 50 and 60 minutes. This is used for enabling/disabling the On/Off control
signal from an external device and for setting interlocked
ESP
operation of the external device and the Lossnay unit.
External static pressure, available motive force to propel
ON/OFF interlock: Enables both ON OFF and OFF
air in a duct system from a blower or ventilator
ON external signals.
Enthalpy Exchange ON interlock: Enables OFF ON external signal. Dis-
The exchange of both sensible and latent heat energy ables ON OFF external signal.
OFF interlock: Enables ON OFF external signal. Dis-
Exhaust Air (EA)
ables OFF ON external signal.
Air expelled from indoor space
External priority: Same as on/off interlock but the OFF
External Control Input signal from the remote controller is ignored when the
An On/Off input signal for operating the Lossnay® unit external control signal is on.
that can be sent from an external device. The signal may
Return Air (RA)
be a 12V-24V DC or an uncharged a-contact signal.
Air drawn from indoor space.
Interlocked Lossnay®
Supply Air (SA)
Lossnay® unit linked to CITY MULTI® or Mr. Slim® indoor
Air supplied to indoor space
units that receive signals and operates via the indoor
unit’s remote controller. Ventilation Modes
Energy Recovery–Energy Exchange through Lossnay®
Non-interlocked Lossnay®
core at all times
Lossnay unit controlled independently of
Bypass – no exchange -- bypass damper open
CITY MULTI® or Mr. Slim® indoor units by the Lossnay®
Automatic -- energy exchange or bypass as determined
remote controller and/or centralized controller.
by present temperature sensor in inlet and discharge
Operation in Cold Areas air streams.
When the outdoor air is less than -14°F, continuous
operation of the fan for drawing in supply air is cancelled,
and intermittent operation is started.

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System Control Examples
Basic System – Stand-alone Lossnay® ERV with PZ-41SLB-E Remote Controller
One Lossnay® with one remote controller Multiple Lossnay® units with one remote controller Two remote controller system with one Lossnay®

Non-polar Lossnay
2 wires Non-polar
Non-polar Lossnay 2 wires
(Main) Lossnay
2 wires
Power supply
Power supply Lossnay
Remote Power supply
controller (Sub)
Remote controller
PZ-41SLB-E PZ-41SLB-E Power supply Remote controller
PZ-41SLB-E

Up to 15 Lossnay® units can be controlled at The Lossnay® can be controlled from two remote
One Lossnay® unit is operated independently with one time with one remote controller. locations.
one remote controller. The remote controller gives priority to the last
touch.

Operation with Mr. Slim®


Operating with Mr. Slim® (A-control) - Interlocked Operating with external device

Lossnay Non-polar Lossnay® Selection of inter-


two wires locked operation
mode is possible.
Power supply Power supply Delayed start inter-
Remote controller locked operation is
Power supply PZ-41SLB-E possible.
Power supply
PAR-21MAA Mr. Slim Indoor unit
Remote (indoor unit)
controller Remote controller

The Remote controller (A-control) controls the air-conditioning device and The operation of the Lossnay® will be connected with the operation or
the Lossnay®. It is possible to operate or switch fan speed for the stopping of the external device.
Lossnay® individually. Input of level signal or pulse signal (12V DC, 24V DC, uncharged a-
contact) is possible.

CITY MULTI® and Lossnay® Interlocked


Air-conditioning device Outdoor unit
and system control

Indoor Lossnay
®
Indoor Indoor Lossnay® Indoor Lossnay
®
Indoor Lossnay ®
Indoor
unit unit unit unit unit unit
MA remote controller MA remote controller MA remote controller MA remote controller MA remote controller
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5

Outdoor unit Outdoor unit


M-NET SYSTEM

Indoor Lossnay Lossnay®


®
Indoor Lossnay® Indoor unit Indoor unit Indoor
It is possible to operate unit unit unit
16 indoor units per 1 Lossnay® MA remote controller MA remote controller MA remote controller
Group 1 G ro u p 2 G ro u p 3

Centralized Management System


Centralized controller

Lossnay® Lossnay® Lossnay® Lossnay® Lossnay® Lossnay® Lossnay® Lossnay®


Power
supply
unit
Lossnay® M-NET Lossnay® M-NET Lossnay® M-NET Lossnay® M-NET
remote controller remote controller remote controller remote controller
PZ-52SF-E PZ-52SF-E PZ-52SF-E PZ-52SF-E
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5
Control of start/stop, fan speed and ventiliation mode is possible from the Lossnay® M-NET remote controller PZ-52SF- E
Control of start/stop, fan speed and ventiliation mode is possible from the centralized controller.
It is possible to set a maximum of 16 units for 1 group.

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Note: In the LGH-F1200RX type, there are two circuit boards installed in each unit, so count each unit as two Lossnay® units.

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Two remote controller system with multiple Lossnay units Use Lossnay® remote controllerPZ-41SLB-E
(Do not use PZ-52SF-E).

Power supply Lossnay® transmission connection terminal

Power supply
LGH-F300, F470
Remote controller and F600RX types LGH-F1200RX type
e PZ-41SLB-E
1 2 3 4 5 6 5 6 A B S

It is also possible to operate two remote controller units when using


multiple Lossnay® units.

Remote controller input terminal


Transmission cable
Interlocking multiple units
When the operation signal is an uncharged a-contact signal Setting
Main/Sub selection switch
(SW1)
Lossnay® Main Sub
-
A/C A/C A/C
Power supply Power supply Power supply Power supply

(Set to Main when


Remote Air conditioning Air conditioning Air conditioning shipped from the factory)
controller unit side remote unit side remote unit side remote
PZ-41SLB-E controller controller controller Transmission
Interlocking is possible from multiple air-conditioning units, etc. cable
(excluding pulse input)
(Separately sold parts are necessary depending on the operation signal).

Use Lossnay® M-NET remote controllerPZ-52SF-E.


Interlocking/individual joint systems (Do not use PZ-41SLB-E).
By making the group setting, interlock settings have become possible.
(Joint use of the CITY MULTI® remote controller and Lossnay remote Lossnay® transmission connection terminal
controller is possible.)
M-NET transmission cable
input terminal block
LGH-F300, F470
and F600RX types LGH-F1200RX type
TB5 TB5
A B S 5 6 A B S

Operation settings

Round terminal Shielded wire


Centralised M-NET
Indoor unit Lossnay (02)
controller (01) transmission cable
(201) Outdoor
unit (51) Setting
LGH-F300, F470 and F600RX types LGH-F1200RX type
MA remote Lossnay M-NET 2 Upper
controller remote controller SA1 SA2
SA2

0 1 circuit
(PZ-52SF-E)(102)
board
Group 1 Group 2 [Sub]
SA1

ex. SA1 = 0,
0

SA2 = 2

( ) address Lower
SA2
1

circuit
board
[Main]
SA1
0

ex. SA1 = 0,
Applicable indoor units use MA remote contoller models. SA2 = 1

Do not set the air-conditioning unit and Lossnay® unit to be


part of the same group. When the address number has been changed, the data in the memory
is automatically reset.

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System Selection
Available
Interlocked with CITY MULTI® × Not available M-NET transmission cable
Lossnay operation when indoor unit is stopped
Lossnay stopping when indoor unit is operating
Selecting Lossnay fan speed
When interlocked with indoor unit for compatibility with R22, R407C and R410A High/Low
CITY MULTI ®
Ventilation mode Fixed to automatic indoor unit
Filter maintenance indicator
Lossnay error indicator Lossnay unit
Delayed operation - selectable times LGH-RX type
External control operating mode selection ×
Number of indoor units for interlocked group setting with one Lossnay unit 16 units
Number of Lossnay units for interlocked group setting with one indoor unit 1 unit
Remote controller
PZ52SF-E

Interlocked with Mr. Slim® (Refer to page 118)


When using A-control remote controller
Lossnay operation when indoor unit is stopped
Lossnay stopping when indoor unit is operating × Mr.
Mr.Slim (A-control)
L o s s nay fan s pe e d selec tion H ig h/L o w indoor unit
Other common items
Lossnay error indicator × Lossnay unit Lossnay remote
Ventilation mode Fixed to automatic LGH-RX type controller
Filter maintenance indicator × cannot be used.
Delayed operation - selectable times Remote Mr. Slim-Lossnay® connecting cable
External control operating mode selection × controller ( Enclosed accessory )
Number of indoor units for interlocked group setting with one Lossnay unit 1 unit
Number of Lossnay units for interlocked group setting with one indoor unit 1 unit

Independent Lossnay® Unit


(not interlocked with CITY MULTI® or Mr. Slim® systems)
Start/Stop
F an s pe e d selection H ig h/L o w
Energy Recovery
Ventilation mode
By-pass/ Auto
Lossnay unit
Filter maintenance indicator
LGH-RX type
Lossnay error indicator
Delayed operation EXT. signal source
External control operating mode selection for interlocking
Lossnay remote controller
Number of Lossnay units to the Lossnay
15 units (PZ41SLB-E)
(In the case of LGH-200RX type, count each unit as two for calcultion)
N umbe r o f re mo te c o ntro lle rs 2 units

Interlocked with external device (BMS)


Start/Stop
EXT. signal source
Fan speed selection Fixed to high for interlocking
Ventilation mode switching Fixed to automatic to the Lossnay
Filter maintenance indicator ×
Lossnay unit
Lossnay error indicator × LGH-RX type
Delayed operation
External control operating mode selection

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Centralized Control System with CITY MULTI®
Outdoor unit
G-50A/GB-50
Centralized Controller

UP

POWER SUPPLY UNIT


MODEL
PAC-SC50KUA
POWER RATING

WEIGHT 2.11kg
SERIAL No.

Indoor unit Lossnay Indoor unit


MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION

Power supply unit


PAC-SC50KUA

Remote controller Remote controller

A-control Mr. Slim outdoor unit


M-NET control adapter PAC-SF80MA-E

A-control Lossnay
Mr. Slim indoor unit

Mr. Slim A-control


PAR- 21 MAA
remote controller

Lossnay Lossnay

PZ-52SF-E
Lossnay M-NET Lossnay M-NET connected to
remote controller remote controller M-NET
(PZ-52SF-E) (PZ-52SF-E) Terminals

Lossnay
EXT.
signal
source
Lossnay M-NET
remote controller
(PZ-52SF-E)

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Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
3400 Lawrenceville Suwanee Rd.
Works acquired ISO 9001 certification under Series 9000 of Suwanee, GA 30024
the International Standard Organization (ISO), based on a
review of quality warranties for the production of refrigeration
Certificate Number and air conditioning equipment. phone 678-376-2900
FM33568

ISO Authorization System


fax 678-376-2890
The ISO 9000 series is a plant authorization system relating to
quality warranties as stipulated by the ISO. ISO 9001 certifies
quality warranties based on the “design, development,
production, installation, and auxiliary services” for products
www.lossnay.com
Certificate Number
EC97J1227 built at an authorized plant.
Printed on 10% pre- and post-consumer
recycled paper
Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems
Works acquired environmental management system standard
ISO 14001 certification.

The ISO 14000 series is a set of standards applying to ©2007 Mitsubishi Electric and Electronics USA, Inc.
environmental protection set by the International Standard
Organization (ISO). EBRE12-0507-X
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