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C22118 VRF 2 Day Commercial Training

This course provides hands-on experience building systems using Diamond System BuilderTM design software.

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December 13, 2022 · 8:30am - December 14, 2022 · 4:30pm EST


Wake Technical Community College- Southern Wake Campus - Building R (Second floor, Room 240) 9101 Fayetteville Road Bldg. R Raleigh, NC 27603

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ATTENTION: You are required to complete all modules of the CITY MULTI Installation Essentials – eLearning course prior to getting your certification for this class.

This course provides hands-on experience building systems using Diamond System BuilderTM design software. Participants learn Mitsubishi Electric’s warranty process and the steps to register products once they have been installed. The concepts of integration and centralized control are discussed as well as the proper steps for system start-up. Proper service and diagnosis procedures are also covered.

Attire and Classroom Requirements: Please do not wear shorts or open-toed shoes for safety reasons. Bring a laptop computer or Internet accessible device. This course requires a laptop (Windows-based 7, 8, or 10 laptop, iPads are not compatible) and installation of the following software. Access the software at the below web address:

Diamond System Builder > Click on Download DSB v4.3.0

Maintenance Tool Software > Click on Download MTools-v5.39

AE-200 AE ?product50 EW-50 Initial and BACnet Setting Tool > Click here to download AE-200 AE 50 EW-50 Initial and BACnet Setting Tool


  • -Use Diamond System Builder to modify, layout, and select specifications for a CITY MULTI system application
  • - Identify and discuss the extended warranty terms and submittal procedure
  • -Explain the settings and networking required to setup centralized control
  • - Discuss start-up faults and their resolution
  • - Identify and discuss preventive maintenance tasks and the use of Maintenance Tool for system monitoring
  • - Discuss electrical operation and refrigerant flow paths
  • - Use Maintenance Tool to locate the key data points for monitoring equipment
  • - Resolve fault and error codes
  • - Perform system troubleshooting

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