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  1. #14
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    Goodness sake, when will this crowd stop worrying about costs.

    Geez, when will this crowd stop worrying about what's best for the owners.

  2. #15
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    What, like $25 isn't cheap enough? ok, so add a few hundred $ for a Lon controller (we used the CHC from HW) to enable/disable the unit. Sounds a lot more reasonable than either option offered by Mitsubishi.

  3. #16
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    I know this is an old thread but I had the same questions and it help me find some answers. It looks like the connector is now available from Mitsubishi as part no. PAC-715AD. Here's a link to the info they have available on their site http://usa.mylinkdrive.com/categorie.../show/909.html

    Thanks for the help!

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    Solution... found.

    I know that this is a dead topic, but, I wanted add my recent findings for easy integration to a BMS system. Mitsubishi makes an adapter (MAC-333IF-E) that directly attaches to the Mr. Slim units and allows M-Net communication as well as dry contact inputs and outputs.

    https://nonul.mylinkdrive.com/files/...1301_02-13.pdf

    On page 19 it details how to use two contacts for Start/Stop and Heat/Cool operation.

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