Page 1 Original instructions User manual ComDry M170L Desiccant

Original instructions
User manual
ComDry M170L
Desiccant dehumidifier
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© Munters Europe AB 2014
Important user information
Intended use
Safety
Munters dehumidifiers are intended to be used for the
dehumidification of air. Any other use of the unit, or
use which is contrary to the instructions given in this
manual, can cause personal injury and damage to the unit
and other property.
Information about dangers are in this manual indicated
by the common hazard symbol:
No modification of the unit is allowed without prior
approval by Munters. Attachment or installation
of additional devices is only allowed after written
agreement by Munters.
WARNING!
Indicates a possible danger that can lead to personal injury.
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Indicates a possible danger that can lead to damage to the
unit or other property, or cause environmental damage.
Warranty
NOTE! Highlights supplementary information for optimal
The warranty period is valid from the date the unit
left our factory, unless otherwise stated in writing.
The warranty is limited to a free exchange of parts or
components which have failed as a result of defects in
materials or workmanship.
use of the unit.
All warranty claims must include proof that the
fault has occurred within the warranty period and
that the unit has been used in accordance with the
specifications. All claims must specify the unit type and
fabrication number. This information is stamped on the
identification plate, see section Marking.
It is a condition of the warranty that the unit for the
full warranty period is serviced and maintained as
described in section Service and maintenance. The service
and maintenance must be documented for the warranty
to be valid.
Conformity with Directives
The dehumidifier is in conformity with the essential
safety requirements of the Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC, the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC,
the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EC and the EMC
Directive 2004/108/EC. The dehumidifier is
manufactured by an ISO 9001:2008 accredited
manufacturing organisation.
Copyright
The contents of this manual can be changed without
prior notice.
NOTE! This manual contains information which is
protected by copyright laws. It is not allowed to reproduce or
transmit any part of this manual without written consent from
Munters.
Please send any comments regarding this manual to:
Munters Europe AB
Technical Documentation
P.O. Box 1150
SE- 164 26 KISTA Sweden
e-mail: t-doc@munters.se
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Important user information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.6
Automatic start after power failure . . . .
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Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.7
Navigate the menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.8
Access the control system . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.9
Change the system settings . . . . . . . . . .
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Conformity with Directives . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.10 Reset an alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Copyright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.11 Reset the counters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Table of contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.12 Service interval alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.13 Restore the default settings . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.1
About this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.14 Access levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.2
Unintended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Menus and parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.3
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.1
Humidity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.4
Marking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.1.1 Internal controlling sensor . . . . .
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Principle of operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.1.2 External controlling sensors . .
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Transport, inspection and storage . . . . . . .
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7.2
Run time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.1
Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.3
Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.2
Inspection of delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.4
Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.3
Storing the equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.5
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.5.1 Process fan speed . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.1
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.5.2 Process fan mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.2
Closed system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.5.3 Humidity control and units . . . . .
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4.3
Open system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.5.4 Display information . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.4
Site requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.6
Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.5
Ducts and hoses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.7
Min, max and default values . . . . . . . . . .
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4.6
Connecting the drain hose . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.7.1 Humidity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.7
Electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.7.2 Service time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8
Expanding the system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.7.3 Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.9
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Service and maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.1
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Maintenance schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Process air filter change . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fault tracing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Control panel overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.2
6.1
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8.3
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.2.1 Humidity control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10 Technical specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.2.2 Fan modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10.1 Dimensions and service space . . . . . . .
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6.2.3 Fan speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10.2 Capacity diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Initiation and start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10.3 Fan curve process air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.3.1 Boot the control system . . . . . . . .
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10.4 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.3.2 Start the dehumidifier . . . . . . . . . .
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11 Scrapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.4
Stop the dehumidifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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12 Contact Munters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.5
Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.2
6.3
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Introduction
1.1 About this manual
This manual is written for the user of the dehumidifier. It contains necessary information for how to install
and use the dehumidifier in a safe and efficient way. Read through the manual before the dehumidifier is
installed and used.
Contact your nearest Munters office if you have any questions regarding the installation or the use of your
dehumidifier.
This manual must be stored in a permanent location close to the dehumidifier.
1.2 Unintended use
The dehumidifier is not intended for outdoor installation.
The dehumidifier is not intended for use in classified areas where explosion safety compliant equipment
is required.
The dehumidifier must not be installed near any heat generating devices that can cause damage to the
equipment.
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■
■
NOTE! When a dehumidifier is placed in a building with radon it is necessary to contact an expert to secure the
best overall solution. All changes affecting the ventilation or the pressure balance in the building can result in a
changed concentration of radon.
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Do not sit, stand, or place any objects on the unit.
1.3 Safety
Every measure has been taken in the design and manufacture of the dehumidifier to ensure that it meets the
safety requirements of the directives and standards listed in the EC Declaration of Conformity.
The information in this manual shall in no way take precedence over individual responsibilities or local
regulations.
During operation and other work with a machine it is always the responsibility of the individual to consider:
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The safety of all persons concerned.
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The safety of the unit and other property.
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The protection of the environment.
The types of dangers that are indicated in this manual are described in section Important user information.
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WARNING!
- The unit must not be splashed with or immersed in water.
- All electrical installations must be carried out by a qualified electrician and in accordance with local regulations.
- The unit must be connected to an earthed electrical outlet.
- Do not connect the unit to other mains voltage than specified on the identification plate.
- Do not operate the unit if the power plug or cord is damaged, risk of electrical shock.
- Do not pull the plug with wet hands, risk of electrical shock.
- Do not insert fingers or any other objects into the air vents, rotating fans are inside.
- Do not cover the unit as that can block air intake or outlet and cause a fire.
- If the unit has overturned, cut the power immediately.
- Always contact Munters for service or repair.
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1.4 Marking
Figure 1.1 Identification plate position
Type ComDry M170L
Fa br. No. 1015 170XXX XXXXX
We ight: 17 kg
Fa br. ye a r 2010
0 · 230V 50/60 Hz
M
0,18 kW
Ma x 1,02 kW
Ma de in S we de n
Munte rs Europe AB
Is a fjords ga ta n 1
164 26 Kis ta , S we de n
0,84 kW
IP 33
RoHS
Figure 1.2 Identification plate, an example
Explanation of "Fabr. No." on the identification plate:
10: Year of manufacture
15: Week of manufacture
170XXX: Article number
XXXXX: Serial number
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Principle of operation
The desiccant rotor is the adsorption dehumidifying component in the unit. The rotor structure is
comprised of a large number of small air channels.
The desiccant rotor is made of a composite material that is highly effective in attracting and retaining water
vapour. The rotor is divided in two zones. The airflow to be dehumidified, process air, passes through the
largest zone of the rotor and then leaves the rotor as dry air. Since the rotor rotates slowly, the incoming air
always meets a dry zone on the rotor, thus creating a continuous dehumidification process.
The airflow that is used to dry the rotor, reactivation air, is heated. The reactivation air passes through
the rotor in the opposite direction to the process air and leaves the rotor as wet air (warm humid air). The
wet air re-circulates through a condenser that cools down the air to condense the water using a part of the
process air.
The condensed water is discharged by a pump.
This principle enables the dehumidifier to work effectively, even at low temperatures from ±0 °C.
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1
1. Process air
2. Dry air
3. Cooling air out
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Figure 2.1 Principle of operation
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Transport, inspection and storage
3.1 Transport
Before moving the dehumidifier, make sure there is no water left in the drain by pulling the drain plug out.
Transport the dehumidifier by carrying it by its handle or in the original packaging. The unit must always be
placed in an upright position during transport. Failure to comply with this can cause the unit to malfunction.
The power cord should be rolled up and placed under the handle when carrying the dehumidifier, see
Figure 3.1 .
Figure 3.1 Power cord placement
3.2 Inspection of delivery
1. Inspect the delivery and compare with the delivery note, order confirmation or other delivery
documentation. Make sure that everything is included and nothing is damaged.
2. Contact Munters immediately if the delivery is not complete in order to avoid installation delays.
3. If the unit is to be put into storage prior to installation, see section Storing the equipment.
4. Remove all packaging material from the unit, and make sure that no damage has occurred during
transportation.
5. Any visible damage must be reported in writing to Munters within 5 days and prior to installation of
the unit.
6. Dispose of the packaging material according to local regulations.
3.3 Storing the equipment
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Always unplug the unit from the power supply when not in use.
Follow these instructions if the dehumidifier is to be stored prior to installation:
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Place the dehumidifier in an upright position on a horizontal surface.
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Re-use the packaging material to provide protection for the unit.
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Protect the dehumidifier from physical damage.
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Store the dehumidifier under cover and protect it from dust, frost, rain and aggressive contaminants.
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4.1 Safety
WARNING!
Do not connect the unit to other mains voltage than specified on the identification plate.
The unit must be connected to an earthed electrical outlet.
Do not operate the unit if the power plug or cord is damaged.
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Do not sit, stand, or place any objects on the unit.
NOTE! When a dehumidifier is placed in a building with radon it is necessary to contact an expert to secure the
best overall solution. All changes affecting the ventilation or the pressure balance in the building can result in a
changed concentration of radon.
4.2 Closed system
The dehumidifier is placed in the space to be dehumidified. To ensure that the dry air is distributed evenly
in the space to be dehumidified a ducting can be connected to the dry air outlet of the dehumidifier. The
condensed water is pumped away.
A closed system is preferable when there is a need for dehumidification to a very dry climate. It is more
economical to run compared to an open system.
1
2
1. Process / Reactivation air
2. Dry air
3. Condensed water
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Figure 4.1 Closed system
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4.3 Open system
The dehumidifier is placed outside the area to be dehumidified. Dry air is transported with ducting to the
space to be dehumidified. The condensed water is pumped away.
The installation is used to solve the following problems:
- When moisture damaged objects are to be dehumidified.
- Dust or corrosion causing particles are present in a space where dry air will be supplied.
- To prevent moisture from entering the dehumidified space/object.
1
2
1. Process / Reactivation air
2. Dry Air
3. Condensed water
3
Figure 4.2 Open system principle
4.4 Site requirements
The dehumidifier is only intended for indoor installation. Avoid installing the dehumidifier in a damp
environment where there is a risk of water entering the unit or in a very dusty environment. If in doubt,
seek advice from Munters. It is important that the intended installation site meets the location and space
requirements for the equipment in order to achieve the best possible performance and trouble-free
operation. For space requirements, see section 10.1, Dimensions and service space.
NOTE! The dehumidifier must be placed on a horizontal and level surface to enable any water to drain properly.
If the dehumidifier is intended to be placed on a bracket we recommend our specially designed wall bracket,
see4.9, Accessories. Always leave minimum 10 cm space between the unit and the wall.
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4.5 Ducts and hoses
When installing ductwork between the dehumidifier and the inlet and outlet connections, the following
recommendations should be observed:
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Duct length must be kept as short as possible to minimise static pressure loss.
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All duct and hose connections must be air tight and vapour tight to ensure full performance.
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The total resistance in the ductwork must not exceed the performance rating of the fans fitted in the
dehumidifier.
NOTE! Maximum length of dry air hose is 25 metres.
4.6 Connecting the drain hose
When connecting the drain hose to the dehumidifier make sure that the vertical pumping distance is
maximum 3 metres and that the end of the hose is always above the top of the collected water, see Figure 4.4 .
<3m
Com Dry M 170L
Figure 4.3 Drain hose connection
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4.7 Electrical connections
The dehumidifier is delivered with a 2,7 metre power cable, equipped with an earthed plug. The main
electrical components are installed in the upper part of the unit.
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Do not connect the unit to other mains voltage than specified on the unit’s identification plate.
The mains frequency can be adjusted, see Table 7.5.
NOTE! In case of a fixed installation where the plug is replaced by a circuit breaker, check that the fuse rating
in the circuit breaker is correct.
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4.8 Expanding the system
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Never connect ComDry directly to a standard Ethernet network, even if the connector type is the same (RJ45-8,
modular connector). Doing so might damage both the ComDry control system and/or the computer network.
All ComDry dehumidifiers are equipped with two CAN BUS ports, located behind a cover next to the
appliance inlet. An indoor remote control, external humidity/temperature sensors or an external signal box
can be connected to these CAN BUS ports. It does not matter which of the above devices will be connected
to which port. When no port is used the two empty termination plugs must be fitted to the ports.
Figure 4.5 Remove the cover
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Figure 4.6 , 2 CAN BUS ports with empty plugs fitted
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4.9 Accessories
There are some accessories available as options to the dehumidifier.
Wall Bracket. The unit can be mounted on the wall.
Stub Pipe Kit is used when there is a need to connect an inlet duct or hose to the dehumidifier.
Remote Control makes it possible to control the unit from distance, delivered with a 10 metre cable.
External signal box is used when there is a need to connect to an external control system.
Remote RH/T sensor for external measuring of humidity and temperature.
Wall Bracket
Stub Pipe Kit
Remote Control
kWh
C
fX
External signal box
Remote RH/T sensor
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Control panel overview
1
2
3
kWh
A
*RH1 55%
C
4
B
C
fX
5
6
Menu indicators 1-6
1. Humidity menu
4. Temperature menu
A. Alarm indicator
2. Time menu
5. Functions menu
B. Operation indicator
3. Power menu
6. Alarm menu
C. On/Off button
Menu button
Function
Up/Right button
Enter/Confirmation button
Down/Left button
Table 5.1 Menu button functions
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Operation
6.1 Safety
WARNING!
Do not operate the unit if the power plug or cord is damaged.
Do not insert fingers or any other objects into the air vents.
The unit can restart automatically without warning following a power failure.
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Do not sit, stand, or place any objects on the unit.
6.2 Introduction
6.2.1 Humidity control
The ComDry dehumidifier is equipped with a sophisticated microprocessor based control system. This, in
combination with the built-in humidity/temperature sensor in the process air inlet, makes it possible to set
both the control and presentation of the humidity to either relative humidity (RH%), dew point (Dp °C) or
absolute humidity (X gr/kg). The control system additionally checks the temperatures before and after the
heater, as well as in the wet air after the rotor. A high safety level is obtained by various temperature sensors.
Too high temperatures gives a reduction of the heater power, while excessive temperatures will make the
system issue an alarm and shut the dehumidifier down in a controlled way. For further explanation, see
7.1, Humidity and 7.5, Functions.
NOTE! The dehumidifier always operates in automatic mode (moisture based operation). As default it will use
the built-in humidity/temperature sensor, as option an external sensor.
6.2.2 Fan modes
Depending on the application, if fixed or temporarily installed etc., the dehumidifier can be run in different
process fan modes: Fan “ON” (continuous), “INT” (INTermittent) or “DEM” (on DEMand). For further
explanation, see 7.5, Functions.
6.2.3 Fan speed
There are three process fan speed settings available: “HIGH”, “NORM” and “LOW”. The speed is
manually set by the operator. For further explanation, see 7.5, Functions.
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6.3 Initiation and start
6.3.1 Boot the control system
Connect the dehumidifier to mains. Result: The control system will initiate by flashing all LEDs for a few
seconds, and the display first shows the ComDry machine type [[M170L], then the set frequency, e. g. [50Hz]
and finally the software version number, e. g. [VER: 1.00] and the current humidity level, e. g. [*RH1 46%].
NOTE! The boot sequence takes about 10 seconds. Let the control system finish the booting before attempting
to start the dehumidifier.
6.3.2 Start the dehumidifier
Follow these steps to start the dehumidifier:
Step
1
Action
Illustration
Press the On/Off button (C) once to start the dehumidifier.
Result: If the measured humidity is lower than the Set Value,
the green operating indicator (B) will start to flash in a long
on/short off sequence. Depending on fan mode setting, the
process fan will run or not. The unit is now in stand-by mode.
B
C
2
The dehumidifier starts to dehumidify when the measured
humidity is equal or greater than the Set Value, and the
operating indicator (B) will shift to continuously lit.
B
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6.4 Stop the dehumidifier
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Do not unplug the dehumidifier while it is cooling down. If unplugged it might lead to permanent unit damage.
Follow these steps to stop the dehumidifier:
Action
Result/Illustration
1
Press On/Off once to stop the dehumidifier.
The green operating indicator starts flashing
with equally long and short on and off periods.
2
The unit continues to run for a while in order to cool down and
then stops.
Step
6.5 Emergency
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Only quick stop the dehumidifier in the case of an emergency. The fan stops and the heater can be very hot, which
can result in damage to the heater and other components close to it.
In case of emergency, stop the dehumidifier by pulling the mains plug or, if it is permanently connected
to mains, by using the external switch.
6.6 Automatic start after power failure
If the dehumidifier is switched on it will revert to operation after a power failure, regardless of if it was
running or in stand-by.
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6.7 Navigate the menus
The three buttons
,
and
on the control panel make it possible to navigate the menus.
Follow these steps to navigate the menus:
Step
1
2
Action
Result/Illustration
To select a menu, press
or
To enter the menu, press
.
. until the selected menu appears.
The selected menu indicator is lit.
The menu indicator starts
flashing.
fX
3
4
Use
or
to scroll through the menu.
Leave the menu by using
Press
and go to [EXIT].
The menu indicator stops
flashing.
.
NOTE! All menu lists are circular. At the end of each menu you will find [EXIT]. The quickest way of navigating
there is to press
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6.8 Access the control system
The control system settings and counters are protected against unauthorized change using two access levels.
See also section 6.14, Access levels.
Follow these steps to access the system:
Step
1
Action
Result/Illustration
To change the settings you must have “one-star” access. Go to menu
Functions, see section 6.7, Navigate the menus.
The menu indicator is flashing.
fX
2
Scroll up to [ACCESS ] using
.
kWh
ACCES S
C
3
4
Press and hold
until [ACCESS ] changes to [ACCESS *].
fX
The system is now unlocked,
and it is possible to make new
settings alternatively reset the
counters.
A higher, PIN-code protected, “two-star”access level exists. If an attempt
to get higher access is made with the machine switched off, the display will
change to [0 0 0 0].
Press
four times until [ACCESS *] is visible again.
NOTE! The system will return to locked mode automatically after five minutes without any activity.
NOTE! The system always starts in locked mode after power-up (or power failure), regardless of access level
prior to unplugging the unit.
Follow these steps to force the system into locked mode:
Step
Action
1
Make sure the unit is switched off.
2
Go to menu "Functions"
Result/Illustration
fX
17
3
Navigate to [ACCESS *]. See general
instruction in section 6.7, Navigate the menus.
4
Start the unit by pressing On/Off.
The green light illuminates
5
Press and hold
until [ACCESS* ] changes to [ACCESS ].
The system is now locked, and it is not possible to make new
settings or to reset the counters.
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6.9 Change the system settings
To change settings you must have “one-star” access, see 6.8, Access the control system .
Follow these steps to change the system settings:
Step
1
2
3
4
Action
Result/Illustration
Navigate to the parameter you want to change by using
Press
or
.
The setting starts to flash.
.
Change the value with
and
Confirm the new setting with
.
The setting stops to flash.
.
NOTE! If the new setting is not confirmed within 30 seconds, the display changes back to the old setting.
NOTE! Read-only values are not changeable. They will not start to flash if
is pressed, regardless of access
level. To find out if a parameter is changeable or read-only, see section 7, Menus and parameters.
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6.10 Reset an alarm
Follow these steps to reset an alarm:
Step
Action
Result/Illustration
1
Write down the alarm message before resetting the alarm. The
information might be helpful when troubleshooting.
2
Wait until the dehumidifier has stopped.
Press
The display changes to [Rst NO]and [NO]
is flashing.
.
kWh
Rs t NO
C
3
Toggle [NO] to [YES] by pressing either
Confirm by pressing
or
.
.
fX
When the alarm has been reset, the menu
system returns to its start position.
NOTE! If the cause of an alarm is still present, the alarm might be re-issued after resetting, even if the
dehumidifier is stopped.
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6.11 Reset the counters
To reset counters you must have “one-star” access, see 6.8, Access the control system .
Follow these steps to reset the counters:
Step
1
2
Action
Result/Illustration
Navigate to the counter you want to reset. See section
6.7, Navigate the menus.
The display changes to
[Rst NO]and [NO] is flashing.
Press
kWh
Rs t NO
C
3
Toggle [NO] to [YES] by pressing either
or
fX
.
NOTE! If [Rst NO]/[Rst YES] is left without action for30
seconds, the display automatically changes back to the stored
counter value.
4
Confirm the resetting with
The counter is reset.
.
NOTE! Pressing ENTER when the display shows [Rst NO] will return the stored counter value in the display
again.
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6.12 Service interval alarm
The Service interval [T-xxxx h] is settable between 500 and 8.000 hours. See also section
8.2, Maintenance schedule.
To reset counters you must have “one-star” access. Follow these steps to change the service interval (see
also 6.9, Change the system settings):
Step
Action
Result / Illustration
1
Go to the Time menu.
2
Navigate to "Service interval" [T-xxxx h]
2
Adjust the "Service interval" [T-xxxx h] in steps of 100 hours
3
Reset the "Time to service" counter [S xxxx h].
NOTE! The "Time to service" counter can be reset at any time. When the counter is reset, it starts counting up or
down again from the pre-set value [T-xxxx h] depending on how the "Service interval" has been adjusted.
The Time to service counter [S xxxx h] counts down to zero. When it reaches zero, the system issues a "soft
alarm" the next time the unit is switched on. The alarm only makes the alarm menu symbol flash, not the
red alarm indicator, and [TIME FOR SERVICE] is shown in the display. The alarm will not make the unit
stop. The unit can still be operated as normal with the alarm present.
Follow these steps to check the service parameters and stop the service alarm:
Step
1
Action
Result / Illustration
To see or check parameters, either reset the alarm by pressing
and reset it, or leave the Alarm menu with [EXIT].
2
To stop the alarm completely, navigate to the "Time to service" counter [S
0000] in this menu and reset it.
NOTE! Even if the alarm has been reset in the Alarm menu, it will be re-issued the next time the unit is switched
on.
See 8.2, Maintenance schedule for proper maintenance action.
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6.13 Restore the default settings
To restore the factory default settings you must have “one-star” access, see 6.8, Access the control system .
Follow these steps to restore all the default factory settings:
Step
1
2
Action
Result/Illustration
Go to the Functions menu and navigate to Default.
The display changes to [Rst NO]and [NO] is flashing.
Press
kWh
Rs t NO
C
3
Toggle [NO] to [YES] by pressing
either
4
fX
or
Confirm by pressing
All values reverts to factory settings.
.
6.14 Access levels
The following access levels and actions are available in the control system:
Access level
Available actions
ACCESS
View all processing data
ACCESS *
■
■
Comment
View all processing data
Adjust relevant parameters (fan speed, set
value RH, reset h or kWh etc.)
ACCESS **
■
■
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(qualified personnel or Munters Service)
If you have accidentally reached this level the
code is 0000 for returning to level 1.
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Menus and parameters
To set the system parameters, see 6.9, Change the system settings and 6.11, Reset the counters. For limits when
setting parameters, see 7.7, Min, max and default values.
7.1 Humidity
The dehumidifier is always operating in automatic mode. It will dehumidify until the desired humidity level
(Set Value minus Hysteresis value) is reached. Then the green operating indicator will start to flash in a long
on and short off sequence, indicating that the dehumidifier is in stand-by. It will start to dehumidify again
when the humidity is equal to, or greater than the Set Value.
Type of humidity control (relative humidity, dew point or absolute humidity) and unit system (metric or
imperial) governs the readings and settings in this menu. See 7.5, Functions for reference and explanation.
This table shows the display views and possible settings of the Humidity menu:
Display view
Description
Type
Setting option
Internal sensor reading
READ ONLY
D1.../ X1...
(External sensor reading)1
READ ONLY
D2.../ X2...
(External sensor reading)1
READ ONLY
D3.../ X3...
Set Value Humidity
ADJUSTABLE
HIGHER/LOWER
kWh
*RH1 49%
C
fX
kWh
RH2 35%
C
fX
kWh
RH3 35%
C
fX
kWh
S V RH 5
C
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Description
Display view
Type
Setting option
Hysteresis
ADJUSTABLE
HIGHER/LOWER
Controlling sensor
(ADJUSTABLE)1
(*RH2)1, (*RH3)1
kWh
HYS 2%
C
fX
kWh
*RH1
C
fX
1) Only when external humidity sensors are connected
Table 7.1 Humidity menu
7.1.1 Internal controlling sensor
The internal humidity sensor is the controlling sensor as default. This is indicated by a (*) before the reading
in the display (*RH1… / *D1… / *X1…).
7.1.2 External controlling sensors
Optionally, up to two external sensors can be connected. They will automatically be designated
(RH2 / D2 / X2) and (RH3 / D3 / X3) by the system (number two being the first connected in the chain).
When connected, it is possible to choose one of the external sensors as control. The display will then show
(*RH/D/X2…) or (*RH/D/X3…).
With an external sensor set as control sensor, it is possible to disconnect and reconnect the external
sensor/-s without losing the control setting, e.g. [*RH2…] while the unit is switched off (but powered).
When switched on, the system makes five attempts (during approx. 20 seconds) to contact the external
controlling sensor. If this fails, the system reverts to the internal RH1-sensor. Subsequently any renewed
assignment of the external sensor as control must be carried out manually.
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7.2 Run time
Run time is registered as long as the process air fan is operating. It stops counting when the unit is in stand
by mode or is switched off. The system has two run time counters, one resettable trip meter and one
non-resettable total run time counter.
This table shows the display views and type of information of the Time menu:
Display view
Description
Type
Setting option
Run time trip meter
RESETTABLE
Total run time (Display jumps
from “TOTAL” to display view
and back).
READ ONLY
Time to service
RESETTABLE
Yes / No
Service interval
ADJUSTABLE
Every 100 hours
Yes / No
kWh
261 h
C
fX
kWh
341 h
C
fX
kWh
S 3999 h
C
fX
kWh
T-4000 h
C
fX
Table 7.2 Time menu
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7.3 Power
The ComDry dehumidifier is equipped with an integrated, resettable kWh counter. The energy
consumption is registered when the dehumidifier is connected to mains, regardless of being switched on, off
or in stand-by mode. The counter shows the consumption as whole kW-hours.
It is also possible to monitor real time Power (W), current (A) and voltage (V) measurements in this menu.
NOTE! Resetting is always performed manually. Unplugging the unit (or a power failure) will not reset the kWh
counter.
This table shows the display views and type of information of the Power menu:
Display view
Description
Type
kWh counter
RESETTABLE
Real time Power
READ ONLY
Real time Current/Voltage
READ ONLY
Setting option
Yes / No
kWh
411 kWh
C
fX
kWh
887 W
C
fX
kWh
3.88 229
C
fX
Table 7.3 Power menu
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7.4 Temperature
The air temperature is measured in different positions in the dehumidifier. All values are read-only.
If external humidity/temperature sensors are connected, these will also be found in the list. The reactivation
inlet temperature (Ri) before the heater and reactivation temperature (Rt) after the heater, as well as the wet
air temperature (Wt) and the process air inlet temperature (T1) is measured.
NOTE! The temperature will be shown in Celsius (metric, SI) or Fahrenheit (imperial, IP), depending on the units
setting in the Functions menu.
This table shows the display views and type of information of the Temperature menu:
Display view
Description
Type
Process air inlet temperature (internal
sensor)
READ ONLY
(External sensor)1
READ ONLY
(External sensor) 1
READ ONLY
Reactivation temperature
READ ONLY
Setting option
kWh
T1 28 C
C
fX
kWh
T2 23 C
C
fX
kWh
T3 23 C
C
fX
kWh
Rt 121 C
C
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Display view
Description
Type
Wet air temperature
READ ONLY
Reactivation inlet temperature
READ ONLY
Setting option
kWh
Wt 39 C
C
fX
kWh
Ri 31 C
C
fX
1) Only if external sensor is connected
Table 7.4 Temperature menu
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7.5 Functions
7.5.1 Process fan speed
To set fan speed you must have “one-star” access, see 6.8, Access the control system . The process fan
speed can be set to [Spd HIGH], [Spd NORM] or [Spd LOW]. The capacities and fan curves in section
10.2, Capacity diagram and 10.3, Fan curve process air are given at HIGH speed. NORMAL speed will reduce the
capacity slightly, while LOW speed gives approximately 50% capacity.
See 7.5.2, Process fan mode for how to set the fan parameters.
7.5.2 Process fan mode
There are three process fan modes:
Fan mode
Description
[Fan ON]
In [Fan ON] mode, the dehumidifier will run the process fan continuously, regardless of there is a
dehumidification need or not. This is the default mode.
[Fan INT]
In [Fan INT] (INTermittent) mode, the fan will stop when the desired humidity (Set Value minus Hysteresis)
(INTermittent)
is reached. If the humidity reading stays below the Set Value, the process fan will anyhow start after 30
minutes to let the built-in sensor more accurately sense the condition of the incoming process air. The
fan will run for a minute to produce a proper measurement. If the humidity is still below the Set Value,
the fan will stop again. This is repeated until the humidity reaches the Set Value, which will make the
dehumidification start again.
[Fan DEM] (on
In [Fan DEM] (on DEMand) mode, the fan will stop when the desired humidity (Set Value minus
DEMand)
Hysteresis) is reached. It will start again when the sensed humidity is equal to, or greater than the Set
Value. This gives in practice a control with greater hysteresis than “Fan INT”, depending on the following:
When the dehumidifier has reached the desired humidity level, it will shift to stand-by and stop the process
fan. After a while, internal machine heat will increase the temperature of the humidity sensor. This makes
the sensor reading even lower, i.e. the system functions as if there was a “negative hysteresis”. As a
result, a greater humidity load will be necessary to make the dehumidifier start compared with the “Fan
INT” mode.
7.5.3 Humidity control and units
The internal humidity/temperature sensor, “RH1” (located behind the process air filter), makes it possible
to set the control/presentation of the humidity to either Relative humidity (RH%), Dew point (Dp °C)
or absolute humidity (X gr/kg). Depending on unit system setting, SI for metric or IP for Imperial, the
readings will be shown in Celsius and g/kg, or Fahrenheit and grain/lb. All these settings are made in the
Functions menu.
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7.5.4 Display information
This table shows the display views and type of information of the Functions menu:
Display view
Description
Type
Setting option
Process fan speed
ADJUSTABLE
Spd HIGH, NORM, LOW
Process fan running modes
ADJUSTABLE
Fan ON, INT, DEM
Metric or imperial units
ADJUSTABLE
SI, IP
Humidity
ADJUSTABLE
RH, Dp , Absolute humidity
Unit serial no
READ ONLY
ID no
ACCESS Level
ADJUSTABLE
ACCESS *
kWh
S pd NORM
C
fX
kWh
FAN ON
C
fX
kWh
SI
C
fX
kWh
RH (%)
C
fX
kWh
ID999999
C
fX
kWh
ACCES S
C
fX
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Display view
Description
Type
Setting option
Restore to default settings
(only possible when
dehumidifier is OFF).
RESETTABLE
Yes or No
Mains frequency
ADJUSTABLE
50 or 60 Hz
kWh
De fa ult
C
fX
kWh
50Hz
C
fX
Table 7.5 Functions menu
7.6 Alarm
Should an operation fault occur, the red alarm indicator and the alarm menu indicator will start to flash.
The cause of the alarm will be shown in the display and the dehumidifier will stop after it has cooled down,
which might take a couple of minutes.
CAUTION!
UTION!
CA
Do not unplug the dehumidifier while it is cooling down – the underlying reason for the alarm might be overheating.
This table shows the display views and type of information of the Alarm menu:
Display view
Description
Type
Source of alarm in full text
RESETTABLE
Alarm status
READ ONLY
kWh
HEATER
C
fX
kWh
No Ala rm
C
fX
Table 7.6 Alarm menu
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7.7 Min, max and default values
7.7.1 Humidity
This table shows the minimum, maximum and default humidity values:
Parameter
SV_RH 50%
(set value)
HYS 2%
(hysteresis)
RH (%)
Dp (°C)
X (gr/kg)
Dp (°F)
X (grain/lb)
Max.
95
40
40
99
300
Default
50
9
7,3
49
51
Min.
5
-30
0,5
-20
2
Max.
10
10
1,0
10
10
Default
2
2
0,2
2
2
Min.
0
0
0,0
0
0
Table 7.7 Minimum, maximum and default humidity values
7.7.2 Service time
This table shows the minimum, maximum and default service time values:
Parameter
Default setting
Max.
Min.
T- 4000 h (service time)
4000
8000
500
Table 7.8 Time, min/max and default service time values
7.7.3 Functions
This table shows the default settings and setting options of the Functions menu:
Parameter
Default setting
Options
Spd NORM
Spd NORM
Spd HIGH, Spd LOW
Fan ON
Fan ON
Fan INT, Fan DEM
SI (unit)
SI (metric units)
IP (imperial units)
RH (%)
RH (%)
Dp (°C / °F)
X (gr/kg) / (grain/lb)
Table 7.9 Default settings and setting options of the Functions menu
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8
Service and maintenance
8.1 General
WARNING!
- Do not attempt to repair, dismantle or modify this unit.
- Remove the mains plug from the socket before starting any maintenance work.
The dehumidifier is designed for continuous use over a long period of time with a minimal amount of
supervision. Under normal operating conditions, maintenance requirements are minimal. The service
interval depends mainly on the operational conditions and working environment.
NOTE! It is recommended to contact Munters for service or repair. Operating faults can occur if the unit is
maintained insufficiently or incorrectly.
Munters Service can offer a service plan adapted to suit the conditions of a specific installation. See contact
addresses on the back page of this manual.
8.2 Maintenance schedule
Munters recommends the following maintenance schedule. The schedule contains inspection and
maintenance procedures as well as the recommended intervals for units used under normal operating and
environmental conditions. If the process air contains a lot of dust, preventative maintenance should be
performed at shorter intervals than those specified below.
Inspection/maintenance
Component
4000 hours/6 months
8000 hours/12 months
Process filter
Clean the filter cartridge. Clean the filter housing
and replace the filter if necessary.
Clean the filter housing and replace the filter.
Unit casing
Check for physical damage and clean the
outside of the unit as necessary.
Check for physical damage and clean the
outside of the unit as necessary. Check any
line connections to ensure they are properly
attached and that there is no air leakage.
Humidity sensor
No corrective action or check.
Check the sensor function and replace as
necessary.
Functionality and performance
check
No corrective action or check.
Perform a complete functionality and
performance check, and replace worn parts as
necessary.
Table 8.1 Maintenance schedule
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8.3 Process air filter change
1. Push the filter frame down.
Figure 8.1
2. Pull the filter holder outwards and remove it from the
unit.
Figure 8.2
3. Remove the old filter.
4. Replace it with a new filter.
Figure 8.3
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9
Fault tracing
WARNING!
The unit must not be opened by anyone other than trained and qualified personnel, due to the risk of electrical
shock.
This chapter is intended to facilitate basic troubleshooting and to provide instructions for corrective actions.
Go through the troubleshooting list below. Contact Munters if the problem cannot be rectified.
Symptom
Indication/Alarm message
No display text
Unit has stopped
Possible cause
Action
Power supply fault.
Check power supply to the unit.
Blown fuse
Replace the fuse. For correct type and rating, see label
above power supply cord connection to the unit.
Green LED is flashing:
long on, short off
sequence
There is no need for
dehumidification. Measured
humidity is below the set point
(mode Fan "DEM" or "INT").
None. The unit is in stand-by. It will start when the
measured humidity reaches the Set Value.
Alarm message:
[SENSOR FAILURE]
Broken sensor
Contact Munters.
Alarm message:
[HEATER FAILURE] or
[HIGH Ri TEMP] or
[HIGH RtTEMP]
- Over temperature protection
fuse might have tripped
- Blocked filter, hose or duct
- Blocked impeller
Wait until the unit has stopped. Then disconnect the
power supply. Check that the filters, hoses or ducts are
not clogged.
To reset the over temperature protection fuse, the unit
must be disconnected from the mains and allowed to
cool down.
If the alarm is reissued after the unit has cooled down and
the alarm has been reset, contact Munters.
Alarm message:
[HIGH Wt TEMP]
Set Value RH is too low in dry
environment
Check if low Set Value RH is necessary. Adjust to higher
value.
- Rotor drive mechanism fault
Check rotor drive belt and drive motor.
Check through the dry air outlet that the rotor rotates at
approximately ten revolutions per hour. If rotor does not
rotate, contact Munters.
Condensate drain hose
clogged
Clean or replace the hose
Pump is defect
Turn off the unit. The pump shall start for a few seconds.
If the pump does not start it is probably defect. Contact
Munters
Alarm message:
[MAINS VOLTAGE LOW]
Unit is connected to the wrong
voltage, or problem with the
supply
Check mains supply.
Alarm message:
[LONG STOP TIME]
Broken fan
Heater is on
Contact Munters.
Alarm message:
[PUMP FAILURE]
Alarm message:
[TIME FOR SERVICE]
See section Service interval alarm.
Indication
Alarm message:
[NO COM]
Loss of
performance.
The dehumidifier
is running but is
not controlling
the humidity.
CAN BUS empty plugs or
external connection missing.
Reinstall plugs or connection cable. If alarm remains,
contact Munters.
Low reactivation temperature
Check that the humidity Set Value is lower than the
measured humidity.
Low reactivation airflow
Check the filter and any hoses or ducts for leakage or
blockage. The use of a restricting flange in combination
with wall pipes can cause too little reactivation air flow.
Table 9.1 Fault tracing list
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10 Technical specification
10.1 Dimensions and service space
A
F
2
1
C
3
G
G
B
Figure 10.1 Dimensions, ComDry M170L
1. Process air inlet
2. Dry air outlet
3. Cooling air
Width
(A)
Width
(B)
Height
(C)
Diameter
(Dry air)
Diameter
Drain hose
Service
space
(F)
Service
space
(G)
Weight
445 mm
270 mm
555 mm
100 mm
6 mm
350 mm
500 mm
17 kg
Table 10.1 Dimensions and weight
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10.2 Capacity diagram
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3
(kg/h)
0,7
0,6
80%
0,5
60%
0,4
1. Temperature,
process air (°C)
2. Relative Humidity,
process air (% RH)
40%
0,3
2
0,2
1
0,1
3. Dehumidification
capacity (kg/h),
(moisture removal
(kg/hour))
°C
0
0
5 °C
10 °C
15 °C
20 °C
25 °C
30
Figure 10.2 Capacity diagram
10.3 Fan curve process air
A (Pa)
ComDry M1 70L High s pe e d
240
220
200
180
160
140
Density 1,2 kg/m3
120
100
80
A. Static pressure (Pa)
60
B. Airflow (m3/hour)
40
20
B m³/h
0
0
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
Figure 10.3 Fan curve
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10.4 Technical data
Process air (1)
Free-blowing air 50/60 Hz (m³/h)
170
Rated airflow at 40 Pa (m³/h)
150
Max. static pressure 50/60 Hz (Pa)
225
Fan motor power (kW)
0,09
Reactivation air (1)
Heater power (kW)
0,84
Factory set reactivation temperature (Rt) limit (°C)
130
Temperature increase across heater (°C)
100
Fan motor power (kW)
0,08
Other
Max. pump distance horizontal (m)
12
Max. pump distance vertical (m)
3
Drive Motor Power (W)
5
Sound pressure level, Low speed free-blowing process fan (dBA)
55
Sound pressure level, Normal speed free-blowing process fan (dBA)
61
Sound pressure level, High speed free-blowing process fan (dBA)
67
Electrical protection class (casing)
IP33
Electrical protection class (electric panel )
IP54
Fan Motor Winding Insulation Class
Class B
Drive Motor Winding Insulation Class
Class B
Rotor type
HPS
Air filter G3, article number
150-012054-001
Environmental conditions
0... +30
Operating temperature (°C)
2000
Maximum installation altitude, above sea level (m)
-20... +70
Transport and storage temperature (°C)
Total power, voltage and current
Version
Voltage (V)
115
230
Frequency (Hz)
50/60
50/60
Total power (W)
1020
1020
Current (A)
8,8
4,4
Fuse
3 AG, 250 VAC, 10 A Slow
3 AG, 250 VAC, 6 A Slow
(1) The specified performance is based on 20 °C and air density of 1.2 kg/m³.
Table 10.2 Technical data M170L
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11 Scrapping
The unit must be scrapped in accordance with applicable legal requirements and regulations. Contact your
local authorities.
The rotor material is not combustible, and should be deposited like glass fibre materials.
If the rotor has been exposed to chemicals that are dangerous to the environment the risk must be assessed.
The chemicals can accumulate in the rotor material. Take the necessary precautions to comply with
applicable legal requirements and regulations.
WARNING!
If the rotor is to be cut in pieces, wear a suitable CE marked face mask selected and fitted in accordance with the
applicable safety standards to protect from the dust.
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Munters GmbH
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Zweigniederlassung Wien
Eduard-Kittenberger-Gasse 56,
Obj. 6
A-1235 Wien
Tel: +43 1 616 4298–92 51
luftentfeuchtung@munters.at
www.munters.at
BELGIUM
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Blarenberglaan 21c
B-2800 Mechelen
Tel: +3215285611
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Ryttermarken 4
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106, Boulevard Héloise
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Munters GmbH
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Hans-Duncker-Str. 8
D-21035 Hamburg
Tel: +49 (0) 40 879 690 - 0
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www.munters.de
ITALY
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Strada Piani 2
I-18027Chiusavecchia
IM
Tel: +39 0183 521377
marketing@munters.it
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NETHERLANDS
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Energieweg 69
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www.munters.nl
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81-391 Gdynia
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Europa Epresarial. Edificio Londres.
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28230 Las Matas. Madrid
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Glattalstr. 501
CH-8153 Rümlang
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Hinchingbrooke Business Park
Huntingdon PE29 6FY Cambs
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