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Dear Customer
We are TRANE , a global leader in heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment. We come from the
house of Ingersoll Rand , a $14 billion company with around hundred manufacturing facilities worldwide.
Our 1500 patents for heating, air conditioning and ventilation products are testimony to our spirit of
innovation. Today we bring innovation to your home.

At TRANE , we create products that are intuitive and easy to operate. They are simple, yet
technologically evolved for modern living. TRANE Interactive AC is one such product. The
TRANE Interactive AC assesses, manages and gives feedback on your in-home climate. The
ultra slim design brings together simplicity and elegance that complements your home. Once
it’s in your home, a whole new world of evolved living experiences will open up to you. The ‘Trane
mode’ optimizes comfort and efficiency. ‘Efficiency meter’ on the remote keeps you updated on
energy consumption, and therefore, keeps bills in check. The intelligent cooling sets the most
suitable temperature for your home by analyzing the temperature outside. TRANE AC creates
home environment that promises new levels of comfort, efficiency and convenience.
Welcome to the family of TRANE .

1. Installation Recommendations������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5
1.1. Selection of Installation Location - Indoor Unit������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
1.2. Selection of Installation Location - Outdoor Unit��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
1.3. Electrical Safety Requirements���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
1.4. Grounding Requirements��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
1.5. Height Limits & Pipe Length of Indoor to Outdoor Unit�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
1.6. Dimensions for Parallel Units Installations���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
2. Installation Location������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 8
3. Indoor Unit Installation����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
3.1. Wall Mounting Frame������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9
3.2. Wall Opening and Wall Pipe�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
3.3. Drain Pipe�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
3.4. Cable Connection����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.5. Installing Indoor Unit��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
3.5.1. Connecting Pipe Installation����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12

4. Outdoor Unit Installation���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13

4.1. Connecting Pipe Installation������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 13
4.2. Cable Connection����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
4.2.1. Power Cable���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
4.2.2. Sensor Cable��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
4.3. Air Purging with Vacuum Pump������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 15
4.4. Gas Leakage Inspection���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
4.4.1. Leak Deduction Method������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16

5. Indication & Controls�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17

5.1. Indoor Indications��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
5.2. Remote Controls������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
6. Network Connection among Remote, AC and Lock���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
6.1. Basic Network Actions������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
6.1.1. Power ON��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
6.1.2. Installing New AC (Creating TRANE Home network)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 18
6.1.3. Adding Multiple ACs to Network���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
6.1.4. Adding Lock to Network������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 19
6.1.5. Verification of Lock After Joining to Network ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
6.1.6. Creating New Network without Disturbing Existing Network������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
6.1.7. Adding New AC/Remote Control/Lock to Existing Network (Apart from First Time Installation/After Service)������������������ 21
6.1.8. Factory Reset on Remote Control��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
6.1.9. Factory Reset on AC Unit’s��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
6.1.10. Adding Multiple Remote with Single Indoor Unit�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
6.1.11. Factory Reset on Lock��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
6.1.12. Replacing the lock��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
6.1.13. Replacing Remote (new) to Network������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
6.1.14. Replacement of Batteries�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23

6.2. LED Indications on Indoor Unit ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 24
6.3. Buzzer Indication on Indoor Unit �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 24
6.4. Troubleshooting������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 25
7. Finishing Touch���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 27
8. Test Operating������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 27
9. Make Sure Units Installed Correctly���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28
9.1. Suitable Installation Place����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28
9.2. Pay Attention to Operation Noise�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28
9.3. Inspection and Maintenance������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 28
10. Self Diagnosis Function����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 29
10.1. Error Priority - When Multiple Errors Occur at Same Time���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 30

1. Installation Recommendations

Installation at following places can cause failure of air-conditioning unit. Contact Trane installation and
service agency if installation at such places cannot be avoided.
• Environment with high temperature, heat, steam, flammable or explosive gas, or where volatile
elements are distributed in air.
• Areas near high-frequency equipment, e.g. welding machine, medical equipment.
• Region with saline-sodic soil near sea.
• Area wherein air contains oil (mechanical oil).
• Area with sulphide gases (such as sulphur spring).

• Always install, operate, inspect and maintain this product in accordance with all applicable
standards and regulations (local, state, country, federal, etc.)
• Only allow TRANE trained technicians to perform maintenance and installation on this product.
For additional information contact TRANE Service Centre or nearest Distributor. If air conditioning
unit is installed by an agency not authorized by TRANE, the proprietor may suffer inconvenient
delays by reason of dealing with unauthorized agencies.
• For relocation of this unit, make sure to contact your local Trane service centre.
• Make sure outdoor unit is charged with R22 gas.
• To avoid vibration, use rubber pads while installing the outdoor unit (Refer Figure - 4)

1.1. Selection of Installation Location - Indoor Unit

1. The air inlet and the air outlet must be far away from obstacles to make sure airflow can reach every
corner of room.
. Choose a position where condensate water can be easily drained and outdoor unit can be easily
connected to indoor unit.
. Install this unit at position which is out of reach of children.
4. Make sure sufficient clearance and space is provided for service and maintenance.
5. Make spaces indicated from wall, ceiling, fence or other obstacles [Refer Figure - 4].
6. Indoor unit must be at a minimum of 230 cm from floor. [Refer Figure - 4]
7. Do not install indoor unit near any metal, electronic or heating devices like oven, TV, etc.
8. Choose a location for indoor unit such that the air filter can be easily removed.
9. Make sure installation of indoor unit agrees with requirements of installation dimension drawing.
[Refer Figure 1, 2 and 4]


1.2. Selection of Installation Location - Outdoor Unit
1. A place where noise and air flow from fan will not affect neighbours, animals or plants.
. Make sure of good ventilation of the outdoor unit and there are no obstacles for air intake and
. Make sure that the installation position will be able to with stand weight and vibration of the outdoor
unit and that the installation is safe.
4. Select a dry place not exposed to sun light or strong wind.
5. Make sure outdoor unit installed, in agreement with dimensions for easy repair and maintenance.
[Refer Figure - 4]
6. Height difference of vertical pipes must not be more than seven meters and the horizontal length of
pipe must not be more than fifteen meters. [Refer section 1.6].
7. Install this unit at a position where children cannot reach.
8. Install the outdoor unit at a place so that it does not block public passage or outside view.
1.3. Electrical Safety Requirements
1. The power supply must be of rated voltage through special circuit for unit. The diameter of power
cable must agree to requirements (Refer section 3.4).
. Applicable voltage range 220 V to 240 V.
. Do not pull the power cable with force.
4. The unit must be grounded (earth) correctly. Grounding (earth) cable must be connected to special
grounding (earth) device in building and must be installed by professional technicians.
5. The operating voltage of internal circuitry of the indoor unit is 12 - 16 VDC and current rating of 150 mA
1.4. Grounding Requirements
1. This unit is Class I electrical appliance, make sure correct grounding (earthing) is done.
. The double colour (yellow and green) cable inside unit is for grounding and should not be used for
other purposes nor can it be cut. Do not tighten with tapping screw; It might result in electric shock.
. The ground resistance should be in conformity with local requirements.
4. The user power supply should have reliable grounding terminal. It is prohibited to connect grounding
wire to the following items: (i) Water Supply Pipe (ii) Gas Pipe (iii) Sewage Pipe (iv) Other positions that
are considered not suitable by professionals.
1.5. Height Limits & Pipe Length of Indoor to Outdoor Unit
Indoor unit or outdoor unit can be higher but height difference must obey to below requirements.
a) Avoid too many bends in the piping line to prevent negative effect on the performance of unit.
b) Install oil trap at for each 5 to 7 meters.
Table 1
Gas Liquid Standard Maximum Maximum Additional
Pipe Size Length Length (A) Elevation (B) Refrigerant (g/m)

TSR12MW5BSFC1 ½” (12.7) ¼” (6.35) 5m 10 m 5m 30

TSR12MW3BSFC1 ½” (12.7) ¼” (6.35) 5m 10 m 5m 30
TSR18MW5BSFC1 ½” (12.7) ¼” (6.35) 5m 15 m 8m 30
TSR18MW3BSFC1 ½” (12.7) ¼” (6.35) 5m 15 m 8m 30


Indoor unit Indoor unit

Oil trap
Outdoor unit B Outdoor unit B

Figure - 1

• The capacity test is based on standard length.

• Maximum permissive length is based on the system reliability.

1.6. Dimensions for Parallel Units Installations

30 cm

Figure - 2

More than 30cm

More than 30cm

o b ce o
s ta r
More than 60cm

More than 200cm

Figure - 3


2. Installation Location
1. Do not install the unit near door way.
. Direct sunlight should be avoided on the outdoor unit.
Installation Dimension Drawing

15 cm From Ceiling

15 cm 15 cm
From Wall From Wall

230 cm
Above Floor

60 cm
From Obstacles
30 cm
From Wall

30 cm 60 cm
From Wall From Wall

200 cm
Rubber pad
From Discharge Side
Figure - 4


3. Indoor Unit Installation
3.1. Wall Mounting Frame
1. Level frame with plumb line or spirit level. Maintain a 2~3 degree angle so as to ensure natural drain
flow of water.
. Use screws to secure the frame onto the wall and make sure fixing screws should bear stress evenly.
. After completing installation, jerk the frame lightly to see if it is tightly attached to wall.

Correct orientation
of Installation Plate


150mm or more to ceiling
Indoor unit outline
Installation plate
140mm 110mm

150mm or 150mm or
more to wall more to wall





150mm or more to ceiling

260 135 Indoor unit outline

Installation plate

150mm or 150mm or

more to wall more to wall




Figure - 5


3.2. Wall Opening and Wall Pipe

Indoor Outdoor

5 - 10 mm

Wall Cap
Protective 65mm

Figure - 6
1. After deciding the position of hole for fitting pipe according to Figure - 6, drill a slant hole (65mm
diameter) into the wall.
. To avoid damages on fitting pipe and on cable passing through wall opening, and to protect from rodents,
it is recommended to install a protective wall pipe in downward slant.
3.3. Drain Pipe
1. The flexible drain pipe must be in a slanted position to allow smooth drainage of water.
. Do not twist, bend or distort drain pipe and do not immerse the outlet in water.
. The extended section of flexible drain pipe that passes through indoor unit must be wrapped in the
thermal insulation material.

Do not block water flow by a rise Do not put end of

drain hose into water
Rig h t
W ro n g

Figure - 7

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3.4. Cable Connection

Front Panel
Electronic box cover

Sensor Cable


Terminal block of indoor unit

(1 Ton) (1.5 Ton)


Sensor cable
Sensor cable
Cord clamp Cord clamp

To outdoor unit To outdoor unit

Figure - 8
1. Open and lift the front panel.
. Remove screws from the covering plate on terminal board.
. Pass power cable through the back side of the indoor unit and pull it out from the front.
4. Connect neutral wire coming from power cable to “N” (1) terminal on terminal board; connect line wire
to “L” terminal; connect ground” wire to ground terminal ( ).
5. Connect the sensor cable to the indoor unit.
6. Plug power cable with protective pipe into the pressing groove and close cover plate. Tighten fixing
screws to clamp the connecting cable.
7. Install front panel to its original position.

• If power cable and sensor cable are not sufficient, contact your local service provider to provide a
longer cable.
• Make sure to connect cable correctly, failing so could cause failure in electrical parts.
• Tighten the terminal screw safely.
• After tightening the screw, pull lightly on cable to make sure that it is tightened properly.
• Improper connection of grounding cable may cause electric shock.
• Make sure to place cover plate correctly in its place and press it closely against the connecting cable.
• Improper placement of junction box cover plate may allow dust or water to penetrate and expose
connection terminals directly to outside environment, which could provoke fire or electric shock.
• The power cable of connector should be selected according to the following specification sheet
(Refer Table 1).
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Table 2
Rated current of appliance (A) Nominal cross-sectional area (mm2)
>3 and ≤6 0.75
>6 and ≤10 1
>10 and ≤16 1.5
>16 and ≤25 2.5

3.5. Installing Indoor Unit

3.5.1. Connecting Pipe Installation

Cover for left piping

Left back piping

Right back piping

Cover for right piping Left piping

Right piping

Figure - 9

Make sure sensor cable is not touching with sharp edges or high temperature elements.

Fitting Power connection cord Upper hook

pipe for
liquid side Drain pipe
Sensor Lower hook material
Insulation cable
Fitting pipe
Wrapping tape for gas side
Figure - 10

1. For the left-hand and right-hand piping, remove the pipe cover from the side panel (Refer Figure - 9).
. For the right back and left back piping, install the piping as shown.
. Bundle and cover the tubing, connecting cable, and drain hose with tape securely and evenly as
shown in Figure - 9. Because the condensed water from rear of the indoor unit is gathered in ponding
box and is piped out of room. Do not put anything else in the box.
4. Pass the piping through hole in wall.

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5. Hook indoor unit onto upper portion of installation plate (Engage indoor unit with upper edge of
installation plate). Make sure that the hooks are properly seated on installation plate by moving it left
and right.
6. Piping can easily be made by lifting indoor unit with a cushioning material between indoor unit and
wall. Get it out after finished piping.
7. Press lower left and right side of unit against installation plate until hooks engages with their slots.

One side drainage structure is standard. Drainage structure on both side is optional and can only be
customized from factory. It can be chosen for right, left or both sides drainage connection. If choosing
both sides drainage connection, another proper drain hose is needed as there is only one drain hose
offered by factory. If choosing drainage connection, make sure the drain hole on the other side is well
plugged. The connection of the drain hose is supposed to be done by qualified installer.

4. Outdoor Unit Installation

4.1. Connecting Pipe Installation

Hex nut
Fitting pipes of
indoor unit Fitting pipes

Torque wrench
Figure - 11
1. The flare end of connecting pipe must be in line with connecting side of valve joint.
. Manually tighten nut of connecting pipe and using spanner, tighten hex nut. See torque table below.
Table 3
Hexagonal Nut Tightening Torque (N. m)
6 diameter. 15 - 20
12 diameter. 50 - 55

First, connect the connecting pipe to indoor unit and then connect it to outdoor unit. Avoid bending
pipes. Do not tighten joint in excess as it leads to leakage or flare crack.

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4.2. Cable Connection
4.2.1. Power Cable
1. Remove terminal cover of the outdoor unit by removing one screw.
. Remove cable clamp and connect power cable to terminal board. The indoor terminal must be
consistent with the outdoor unit. [Refer Figure - 12].
. Clamp the cable to make sure that the power cables are in place.
4. Make sure that the lines are tightened and are safe.
5. Make sure that the earth cables are connected properly.

Terminal block of outdoor unit


Terminal cover


Cable clamp To indoor unit

Figure - 12
4.2.2. Sensor Cable
Connect the male and the female connectors of sensor cable as shown in Figure - 13.

Front Panel
Electronic box

Sensor Cable
Male Connector Female Connector
Five meter cable

Wire pressing plate

Female Connector Male Connector

Drawer Screw

Figure - 13

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• Complete care should be taken to connect the wires correctly, otherwise electrical malfunction
damages the unit. Appliance must be installed in agreement with national wiring regulation. If supply
cord is damaged, it must be replaced by manufacturer or its servicing agent or a similarly qualified
person to prevent damage. The power plug must be accessible after installing the appliance.
• Wrong line connection can cause failure of some electrical components and parts.
• When securing lines in place, leave a certain degree of freedom between the connection point and
the securing point.

4.3. Air Purging with Vacuum Pump

1. Check whether the pipelines are properly connected, remove charging port cap, and connect manifold
gauge and vacuum pump to charging valve by service hoses as shown (Refer Figure - 14).
. Open low pressure valve of manifold gauge to vacuum the indoor unit and the connecting pipes until
pressure comes down to 15mm HG. When the desired pressure is reached close the low pressure valve
and stop vacuum pump.
. Disconnect service hoses and fit cap to charging valve.
4. Remove blank caps, and fully open spindles of two way and three way valves with a service valve

Indoor unit

Sensor cable

Outdoor unit
3-way valve
2-way valve

Manifold gauge
Union nut
Blank cap
Lo Hi

Pressure gauge
Valve stem

Charging port
Vacuum pump
Service hose

Figure - 14

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4.4. Gas Leakage Inspection
After the completion of vacuum and gas released by opening service valve, use a leakage inspection device
or soap bubbles to carefully check if there is any leakage in the joints. This is an important step to ensure
quality of installation. Once leakage is detected, start pump down process and follow section 4.3 and 4.4.
4.4.1. Leak Deduction Method
Soap water method:
Apply soap water or liquid neutral detergent on indoor unit connections and outdoor unit connections by
soft brush to check leakage in connecting points of piping. If bubbles comes out, it indicates that pipes have
Leak detector
Use the leak detector to check for leakage.

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5. Indication & Controls
5.1. Indoor Indications

Figure - 15
5.2. Remote Controls

Room Temperature
Activated Night Latch

Fan Speed Mode Indication

Sleep/Turbo Mode

Set Temperature Outdoor Temperature

e Energy Efficiency Meter
Error Message Display
Room Selection

(8) Power ON/OFF

Fan Speed (1) (4) Increase Temperature

Louver Direction (2) (5) Decrease Temperature

Sleep/Turbo Mode (3) (6) Mode Adjustment

(7) TRANE Mode

Remote Night Latch (9) (10) Multi Room Control

Figure - 16

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6. Network Connection among Remote, AC and Lock
6.1. Basic Network Actions
This step describes basic user action which form as building block for installation scenarios
6.1.1. Power ON
1. Indoor unit is powered ON using main power (through stabilizer).
. Wait until single beep from indoor unit is heard. (Refer Figure - 15)
RED Continuous blinking RED
. Remote control unit is to be powered by two AAA batteries.
4. Remote displays message “Trane” for 2 seconds and then displays the message “Connect to
network“ until joining sequence is carried out on remote.
6.1.2. Installing New AC (Creating TRANE Home network)

Remote control unit should be in line of sight with indoor unit during installation.

1. Point new remote control unit to indoor unit with in distance of five feet line of sight.
. Press fan speed button (1) then press temp up button (4) within 0.5 second on remote.
Following output should be observed on indoor unit (Refer Figure - 15 & 16).
LED 1 LED 2 Sound Indicator
RED No indication
One short beep
. Remote should display messages “Installing AC unit” and “scanning for the network” then
search for existing network (TRANE network or other network if it’s present).
4. If no network is found then remote display messages “Installing AC unit” and “joining to
network“ and then indoor unit gives one short beep.
5. After joining the network remote display messages “Installing AC unit” and “updating
6. Displays message “Press up down to name the AC”. Press temperature or button (4 or 5)
key to select room name.
7. Room names are as follows.
1. Drawing Room 6. Bed Room 1 11. Kids Room 2 16. Store Room
2. Hall 1 7. Bed Room 2 12. Guest Room 1 17. Study Room
3. Hall 2 8. Bed Room 3 13. Guest Room 2 18. Pooja Room
4. Dining Room 9. Bed Room 4 14. Parents Room
5. Master Bedroom 10. Kids Room 1 15. Recreation Room
8. After selecting a room name, point remote control towards the indoor unit and press the multi room
button (10), remote displays message “Installation done” followed by “please wait”.

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9. Indoor unit gives 3 short beeps and LED 1 stops blinking and stays ON for a second and then
LED 1 becomes green (Refer Figure - 15). After two seconds both indicators become green with a
long beep. Now TRANE mode is enabled, remote control updated with TRANE mode settings.
LED 1 LED 2 Sound Indicator
Blinking - Green No Indication
Three short beep
Blinking - Green Blinking - Green
One long beep
6.1.3. Adding Multiple ACs to Network
If a TRANE network is already existing follow below mentioned steps:
1. Power ON the already installed AC unit
. While pointing the remote control towards the indoor AC unit, press fan speed button (1) then
press temp up button (4). Now, the network is open for 240 seconds (4 minutes)
. Within these 240 seconds (4 minutes) repeat steps mentioned in section 6.1.2 for the new AC unit
4. Room name which is already in use, It is not displayed on remote control while installing multiple
5. After installation is completed all remote control unit should get updated. User can control any AC
unit using any remote control unit.
6. By following above procedure user can add up to 18 AC units, 18 Remote control units and one lock
to network.

Adding multiple AC’s in to the network should have a delay of minimum 90 seconds between AC’s and
remote control” during installation

6.1.4. Adding Lock to Network

• Add lock to network after installing all AC’s and remote controls to network if multiple AC’s needs to
be installed in single network.
• All devices in network must be powered on.

1. Refer lock manual for lock button descriptions.

. Press fan speed button (1) then press temp up button (4) within 0.5 second on remote. Now
network opens for 4 minute (240 sec) and displays message “scanning for new AC”. See these
indications below (Refer Figure - 15 & 16):
LED 1 LED 2 Sound Indicator
No Change No Change
One short beep
. Press outside activation button on lock:
Outside activation button blinks three time in
Three Beeps OUT
orange colour
4. Show programming key fob against area of lock in less than 10 seconds. See these indications:
Outside activation button blinks three time in
Three Beeps OUT
orange colour

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5. Press inside activation button on lock. See these indications:
Inside activation button blinks three time in
Three Beeps IN
orange colour
6. Press home button on lock. Upon successful join of lock into network. See these indications:

One Beeps Home button blinks three time in green colour

7. Upon unsuccessful see these indications:

Two Beeps Home button blinks three time in red colour

8. When lock joins to network see these indications on indoor unit after 30 seconds (Refer Figure - 15).
LED 1 LED 2 Sound Indicator
No change No change
One short beep
6.1.5. Verification of Lock After Joining to Network
1. AC unit must be in operating mode.
. Perform away operation on lock (Refer lock’s user manual).
. On successful response, AC unit will be in stand by mode.
4. Perform home operation on lock (Refer lock’s user manual).
5. On successful response AC unit will be in TRANE mode.
6. Verify night latch enable and disable on lock using remote control unit. Press night latch key on
remote control unit. On doing so, remote control unit display message “enabling night latch
please wait” up to 30 second.
7. After night latch enabled, night latch icon appears on screen and three red blinks on night latch
button of lock.
8. Press night latch key again on remote control unit to disable night latch. On doing so, remote
control unit display message “disabling night latch please wait” up to 30 sec.
9. After night latch disabled, night latch icon disappears on screen and one red blink on night latch
button of lock.

• Use remote control unit which is already in network to open network.

• Before adding new AC to existing network, all AC should be in powered on condition.
• If AC unit is more than 18, installer should perform factory reset on all AC units and create new
network (when installer not done factory reset on AC unit before taking it to service).

6.1.6. Creating New Network without Disturbing Existing Network

1. Use new remote controller unit.
. While pointing the remote towards the AC unit, press fan speed button (1) then press temp up
button (4). Indoor unit gives one short beep and no change in light indicators. Now network opens
for 4 minute (240 sec).
. Remote controller unit scan network and display message “scanning for network”.
4. If any TRANE network is already present but not in open state. Then remote controller unit display
message “Trigger coordinator”.
5. If user wants to set new network. Then press Trane button on remote controller pointing towards
indoor unit.
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6. Follow same sequence which is mentioned in section 6.1.2.
7. All room names are available now.
8. After installation completed remote control unit get updated with new settings but other network
information should not get updated on remote control unit.
6.1.7. Adding New AC/Remote Control/Lock to Existing Network (Apart from First Time
Installation/After Service)
1. All AC’s must be powered on.
. Factory reset the lock if it is a part of the network (Refer Section 6.1.11).
. Factory reset all remote controller units which are part of the network (Refer Section 6.1.8).
4. Factory reset all AC’s (Refer section 6.1.9).
5. Follow steps mentioned in the sections 6.1.2, 6.1.3 and 6.1.4 to add multiple AC’s, remote control and lock.
6.1.8. Factory Reset on Remote Control

Risk of explosion if batteries are replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to the
instructions provided on the batteries.

1 2 3


Figure - 17
1. All AC’s must be powered on.
. Do not remove the battery.
. Press and release factory reset button on remote control (Refer Figure - 17).
4. “Connect to network” message will appear on the display.
5. Repeat the steps from 2 to 4 to delete all remote controls from the network.

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6.1.9. Factory Reset on AC Unit’s
1. All AC’s must be powered on.
. Factory reset on all the remote controls.
. Factory reset on lock, if it is part of the network (Refer section 6.1.11).
4. Open the screw on PCBZ then find the resetting button.
5. Press button on the PCBZ to perform factory reset on the AC unit.

Reset button
Figure - 18 (PCBZ)
6. LED1 and LED2 on the indoor unit starts blinking in RED colour up to 50 seconds.
7. After factory reset the LED 1 is on and LED 2 blinks continuously to indicate network not setup state.
8. Repeat the above steps from 4 to 6 to delete all AC’s in the network.

Factory reset should done on all AC’s, lock and on all remote controls.

6.1.10. Adding Multiple Remote with Single Indoor Unit

1. Maximum Number of remote controls can add with single indoor unit is six.
. If try to join seventh remote then below messages are displayed:
Message 1: Trane
Message 2: Connect to Network
Message 3: First Line : Installing AC Unit
Second Line : Scanning for Network
Message 4: First Line : Cannot Join Network
Second Line : Trigger Coordinator
6.1.11. Factory Reset on Lock
1. All AC’s must be powered on.
. Remove batteries from lock.
. Insert three batteries to lock and keep inside activation button pressed till beep sound
while inserting fourth battery. See these indications:

One Beep†
All buttons blinks one time
Inside activation button blink one time in
One Beep† IN
red colour
Inside activation button blinks three times
Three Beeps† IN
in green colour

Three Beeps† Passage button blinks three times in green colour

4. Lock will be in passage mode, deletes all user key fobs (black) and disconnects air conditioner(s) in
Trane network. All programming key fob functions are retained.

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6.1.12. Replacing the lock
1. Perform factory reset on all AC units and remotes present in network.
. Follow above section 6.1.4.
6.1.13. Replacing Remote (new) to Network
Case 1: Remote is not working
Case 2: LCD damage or display not working
Follow the Section 6.1.7 to add new remote control to the network.

• If time between the two key presses exceeds 20 second then the remote will enter to sleep condition.
• If any key pressed while remote in sleep condition, The previous display settings are get update and
it will not send command to AC unit

6.1.14. Replacement of Batteries

• Do not use combination of old and new batteries. Life of battery is more than six months in normal
• To prevent batteries from leakage of electrolyte and damaging controller, remove the batteries,
if not using for long duration.
• Batteries are to be replaced when “Low Battery” error is shown on display.

• To Replace Batteries,
•  Slide back cover and remove old batteries.
•  Use two new AAA alkaline batteries (Recommended: Duracell®# ‘AAA’ batteries rated 1.5V)
•  Battery Poles must align with installation position (Refer Figure - 17)

Risk of explosion if batteries are replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to the
instructions provided on the batteries.

# Registered trademark of Duracell, P&G Inc.

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6.2. LED Indications on Indoor Unit
Unit Status LED1 LED2
Wireless network not setup RED Continuous blinking RED
Stand by RED OFF
Stand by and Error on PCBi RED RED
Operating without TRANE mode GREEN OFF
Operating without mode and Error
on PCBi
Alternate GREEN and RED
TRANE mode active and Error on PCBi GREEN
Button press on remote GREEN blink once No change
Installation sequence initiated [
button(1) and button(4) pressed on RED continuous blinking OFF
remote] and sequence in progress
Installation sequence completed with
Follow TRANE mode indication
success [will enter TRANE mode]
Installation sequence completed with
Follow “wireless network not setup”
failure [network error]
Both LED (1 and 2) blink in RED continuously until reset procedure
Factory reset button press on PCBz
(50 secs) is completed

6.3. Buzzer Indication on Indoor Unit

Unit status Buzzer
Unit powered ON – in stand by state (mains power ON) One short beep
Unit powered ON – in operating state (mains power ON) One short beep
Unit Powered off (stand by)/ON using remote One long beep
Button press on remote One short beep
Installation sequence initiated[ button(1) and button(4) One short beep
pressed on remote]
Installation sequence in progress No beep
Installation sequence completed – success Three short beep
Installation sequence completed – failure [network error] Two short beep
Device join indoor unit, remote or lock One short beep
Device rejoin indoor unit, remote or lock No beep
Factory reset button press on PCBz One short beep

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6.4. Troubleshooting
Q: Can indoor unit name be changed, after installation?
A: To change name, do factory reset on indoor unit wireless network PCB and add again to network with
new name.

Q: Is it possible to define user defined names? May be technician scrolls for each letter and creates a
A: Not possible. Installation technician can only chose from the list of names available on remote control.

Q: Does lock also get names?

A: No. Only AC indoor units will have name.

Q: Do we allow duplicates? For ex., what happens if I install two ACs in Hall? Does the remote automatically
create “Hall 1” and “Hall 2”? Is there a limit?
A: No, remote shows only pre-configured list of names (listed in section 6.1.3). User / installer need to select
names form list.

Q: One AC was removed (due to Service may be?) … How will remote function? Will it still show non-
available AC? Or should it “know” that it was removed?
A: If remote is set to control a particular AC and that AC is removed the remote display message “infrared
activated” and “Network not found”.

Q: There are no preexisting ACs at home. How do I install the new AC?
A: Follow section 6.1.2.

Q: There are no preexisting ACs at home. How do I install multiple ACs at one go?
A: Follow “installation of first AC” steps (Refer Section 6.1.2) for first AC. Follow “Installation of additional AC”
(Refer Section 6.1.3) for each of additional AC.

Q: There is a preexisting AC at home. How to add one or more AC to the existing network?
A: Follow the “Installation of additional AC” (Refer Section 6.1.3) for each of additional AC.

Q: There is a preexisting AC at home. How to name new AC when first (or any other previous) AC is NOT
named properly or name of the AC unit need to be changed.
A: Installation procedure is not completed without naming the AC. Device installation has to be completed
using “Add device” procedure.

Q: I have two ACs installed already and now I want to install a third AC at home. How do I add a new
A: Perform “Add device” at AC unit closest to new AC unit. Then perform “Add device” (Refer Section 6.1.3) at
new AC unit. Refer section 6.1.3 “Adding a multiple AC’s to network”.

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Q: Lock is associated with AC1. Both AC1 and AC2 are in network range of Lock. What happens if AC1 is
powered-off when night latch is pressed on lock or AC2 remote?
A: When AC1 is switched-off, lock will perform ‘rejoin’ procedure automatically and join AC2. Hence, night
latch will be enabled as requested.

Q: What happens if remote goes out of radio range and comes back?
A1: If remote comes back into range of other AC, then It will rejoin network through that AC.
A2: If remote comes back into range of same AC, then It will rejoin network through same AC.

Q: I have three AC units installed at home. Currently I have second and third switched-off. What happens
when I press multi button on the remote.
A: The remote will display unit name of AC2 and show error that it unable display unit status. Same will
happen when user presses multi again and tries to control AC3. If AC unit is on stand by mode it display
only room name. If AC unit powered on then remote displays the message “Infrared activated” and
“Network not found”.

Q: I have three AC units installed at home and second unit is acting as RF bridge. Currently I have second
unit switched off (power off) and remote is in radio range of AC3. What happens when I press multi
button on remote to switch to AC1?
A: The remote will not be able to display/control AC1, unless it moves into radio range of AC1. When multi
key pressed, remote will display message “Infrared activated” and “Network not found”.

Q: What happens if same remote is used to setup all three indoor units?
A: It will work with all units. However, other two remote will not be added to network and hence user may
have issue. It is highly recommended that each AC unit is setup using its corresponding remote.

Q: What should be the error message when AC unit installation fails? And what should be the recovery
A: If no network found or already installed AC unit switched off before joining to the network. Remote
display message “Network Error Please restart“ after 4 minute.
Recovery: Remote - Perform power on reset
Indoor Unit - Perform factory reset
Initiate joining sequence (Press key and )

Q: What should be the error message when AC unit cannot ‘open network’? And what should be the
recovery mechanism?
A: I f Indoor unit not received the TRANE network command.
Indoor Unit: No beep on indoor unit and no change on LED status.
Remote: Display the message “ installing AC unit Scanning for network“ up to four minute and display
the message “Network Error Please restart“.
Recovery: Remote - Perform power on reset and initiate the joining sequence (Press key and )
pointing towards indoor unit)

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Q: What should be the error message when user tries to set duplicate name?
A: User can’t set same name for two AC’s which are in the same network because remote will not display the
room name which is already assigned to AC unit in same network.
Note: All AC’s should be powered on condition.

Q: What should happen if user presses wrong button during process?

A: Remote ignore invalid key press.

Q: What if user does not complete full procedure within the specified time? What will be the error message?
A: No Error message.
• Once installation sequence is started, it can’t be aborted at any stage.
• I f user removes the battery and inserts again, then user will have to invoke installation sequence again.
In this case, remote will start from where it was stopped before.
• E .g. if batteries were removed during network join procedure, it will restart there. If batteries were removed
during naming, remote will skip join sequence and directly go to naming sequence.
• I f installation process goes wrong, installer has to perform factory reset on PCBZ of unit – We can restart
installation after that.
• I f indoor unit is switched off during naming sequence and is powered on again , indoor unit and
remote remains in naming state and you can name AC.

7. Finishing Touch
• Wrap pipelines tightly with ethylene tapes.
• Fix wrapped pipelines on exterior wall with clamps.
• Fill in gaps left over by pipeline hole and wall hole to prevent from rain-water.

8. Test Operating
Perform test operation after completing gas leak check at flare nut connections and electrical safety check.
• Check that all tubing and wiring have been properly connected.
• Check that gas and liquid side service valves are fully open.
• Connect power, press ON/OFF button on remote controller to turn unit on.
• Use MODE button to select COOL, DRY FAN and TRANE to check if all the functions works well.
• The unit cannot be controlled by remote controller to operate at COOL mode, manual operation can
be taken.
• Hold panel sides and lift panel up to an angle until it remains fixed with a clicking sound.
• Press Manual control button to operate unit (see user manual for details).
• The test operation should last about 30 minutes.

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9. Make Sure Units Installed Correctly
9.1. Suitable Installation Place
Isn’t there anything which prevents ventilation or obstructs operation in front of indoor unit?
Do not install unit in following place.
• Inflammable gases may leak.
• Oil splashes a lot.
• In case where unit is used in such places as poisonous or sultry gases are generated or seaside district
exposed to sea breezes corrosion may cause malfunction. Consult with your distributor.
• Unit body and remote controller must be one meter (39-314”) or more away from a TV or radio. Drain
dehumidified water from indoor unit to a place which drains well.

9.2. Pay Attention to Operation Noise

• When installing unit, choose a place which can stand weight of unit and does not increase operation
noise or vibration. Especially where there is a possibility that vibration be transmitted to house, fix unit
by inserting attached vibration proof pads between unit and fittings.
• Choose place where hot air and operation noise from outlet of outdoor unit do not annoy
• Things left near outlet and inlet of outdoor unit cause malfunction or increased operation noise.
Do not leave any objects near outlet and inlet.
• If irregular noise is heard during operation, consult with your distributor.

9.3. Inspection and Maintenance

• According to service conditions and operating environment, inside of unit will become dirty after
several seasons (3 to 5 years ) of service, resulting in decreased operating performance inspection
and maintenance are recommended in addition to usual cleaning (The unit can be used for a longer
period and without anxiety.)
• Inspection and maintenance, consult your dealer or any one of business offices of dealing companies.
(Service charge is required in this case.)
• We recommend to perform inspection and maintenance during an off seasons.

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10. Self Diagnosis Function
Error Error Displayed on Action to be
Error Description Unit Response
Code Remote taken by user
0x01 EEPROM ERROR communication error
contact service technician
Unit stops Contact service
Error 02 Compressor working technician
failure or refrigerant
0x02 ERROR OR Refrigerant
leakage contact service
Leakage Error
Error 03 Filter choke error Unit operates as
0x03 FILTER CHOKE ERROR Clean filters
-Clean the filter per user settings
Cool mode or
Dry mode: Unit
Error 04 Room temp operate with
0x04 sensor failure contact
ERROR (Room)
service technician Fan mode:
Operates as per
user setting
Contact service
Operates indoor technician
unit and outdoor
unit as per user
Error 05 outdoor temp
0x05 sensor failure contact
ERROR mode is activated
service technician
unit should
operate at set
point 24 °C.
Cool mode or
Dry mode: Unit
Error 06 Indoor temp operate with
0x06 sensor failure contact
service technician Fan mode: Contact service
Operates as per technician
user setting
Error 08 Communication
Stop indoor unit
0x08 COMMUNICATION ERROR error contact service
and outdoor unit
Operates indoor
Error 09 Low battery unit and outdoor
0x09 BATTERY LOW ERROR Change battery
please change the battery unit as per user
Check the power
Error 10 idu Error -
0x0A INPUT POWER ERROR cord / Contact
input power PROBLEM Unit stops service technician
Error 11 idu Error - Contact service
Fan failure technician

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Error Error Displayed on Action to be
Error Description Unit Response
Code Remote taken by user
Unit operates
Remote not in network Remote must be in
- Network Not Found as per previous
range network range
Connect to network (if Unit operates
Contact service
- user did factory reset on Connect to network as per previous
the remote) settings
SET POINT TEMP + Switch ON main
AC switched OFF (main
- Infrared activated + power/check the
power OFF)
No network found plug
Lock with AC
Night latch FAILED -- Lock is not in
- Lock not installed
Change Battery
Night latch FAILED -- of Lock or Check
- Night latch not operating PLEASE CHECK YOUR Lock is in Network
LOCK by doing Home/
Away Operations
Night latch FAILED --
- Door Open Close door

10.1. Error Priority - When Multiple Errors Occur at Same Time

Priority Error messages Error code
1 Communication Error 0x08
2 EEPROM communication error 0x01
3 Compressor failure and refrigerant leakage 0x02
3 IDU Error - Input power problem 0x0A
3 IDU Error - Fan failure 0x0B
4 Low battery 0x09
5 Outdoor temperature sensor short-circuited 0x05
6 Indoor coil temperature 0x06
7 Room temperature sensor short-circuited 0x04
8 Filter choke 0x03

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