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Installation and Operation Manual
Room Air Conditioners
Portable Heat Pump Range
ECO10P
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Congratulations!
You have purchased the very latest in room air conditioner technology. Your new EcoAir high
efficiency room air conditioner will give you many years of dependable service. Many features
have been built into your EcoAir air conditioner to assure quiet operation, the best circulation of
cool, dry air, functional controls, and the most economical operation.
CONTENTS
■BS Plug Wiring ...................................................................... 1
■Specification ........................................................................................ 2
■Before Use ........................................................................................... 3
■Product Description..............................................................................5
■Installation............................................................................................6
■Mounting of the Exhaust Pipe..............................................................7
■Installation of Carbon Filter..................................................................8
■Operation of Control Panel................................................................. 9
■Drainage............................................................................................. 12
■Maintenance....................................................................................... 14
■Fault Checklist.................................................................................... 15
■Easy to Order Form for Accessories .................................................. 16
Do not dispose this product as unsorted municipal waste. Collection of such
waste separately for special treatment is necessary. When this product
reaches its end of life, contact your local authorities regarding disposal.
BS Plug Wiring
Wiring Instructions: Should it be necessary to change the plug please note
the wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following
code:
BLUE - NEUTRAL
BROWN – LIVE
GREEN AND YELLOW - EARTH
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows:
1. The BLUE wire is the NEUTRAL and must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
2. The BROWN wire is the LIVE and must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
3. The GREEN/YELLOW is the EARTH and must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter E or or coloured GREEN
OR GREEN/YELLOW.
4. Always ensure that the cord grip is positioned and fastened correctly.
If a 13A (BS 1363) fused plug is used it must be fitted with a 13A fuse. If in
doubt consult a qualified electrician.
Wiring for a 13 Amp Plug (BS1363)
Please note. The Earth Terminal is marked with the letter E or
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Earth Symbol
SPECIFICATION
Model no.
ECO10P
10528 BTU/hr
3084 watts
10000 BTU/hr
2930 watts
Cooling capacity
Heating capacity
Power/Ampere consumption for
cooling
Power/Ampere consumption for
heating
Air volume (max. speed)
Humidity removal capacity
Power supply
1050 W/ 4.7A
940 W/ 5.0A
3
300m /h
24L/day
220-240V~. 50Hz
Compressor
rotary
Noise Level
53 dB
Refrigerant
R410A (370g)
Fan speed
2
Timer
1~12 hours
o
Cooling: 18 ~ 32 C
o
Heating: 7 ~ 25 C
Working temperature
Exhaust pipe
Ø 120x1500mm
Net Weight
25.5 kgs
Gross Weight
28.0 kgs
Net Dimension
305x752x383 mm (WxHxD)
Gross Dimension
345x775x523 mm (WxHxD)
REMARK:
1. Measuring condition for above is as per EN 14511 :
Cooling – DB=35°C , WB=24°C
Heating – DB=20°C , WB=15°C
*DB = temperature of dry bulb = room temperature,
WB = temperature of wet bulb = relative humidity.
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BEFORE USE
GENERAL SAFETY
FIG. 1
•
ONLY USE IN THE UPRIGHT POSITION ON
A FLAT LEVEL SURFACE AND AT LEAST
50cm FROM ANY OBJECTS (Fig 1&4).
•
DO NOT PLACE OBJECTS ON THE UNIT
OR RESTRICT AIR INLET/OUTLET (FIG. 2).
•
CLOSELY SUPERVISE ANY CHILDREN
AND PETS WHEN UNIT IS IN USE.
•
THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED FOR
USE
BY
PERSONS
(INCLUDING
CHILDREN) WITH REDUCED PHYSICAL,
SENSORY OR MENTAL CAPABILITIES, OR
LACK
OF
EXPERIENCE
AND
KNOWLEDGE, UNLESS THEY HAVE BEEN
GIVEN SUPERVISION OR INSTRUCTION
CONCERNING USE OF THE APPLIANCE
BY A PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR
SAFETY.
CHILDREN
SHOULD
BE
SUPERVISED TO ENSURE THAT THEY DO
NOT PLAY WITH APPLIANCE.
FIG. 2
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
FIG. 3
•
FOR INDOOR USE ONLY.
•
SWITCH OFF AND UNPLUG WHEN NOT
IN USE.
•
DO NOT USE IN HUMID OR WET
ENVIRONMENTS (FIG 3)
•
DO NOT PULL THE UNIT ALONG BY THE
CORD.
•
IF THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT
MUST BE REPLACED BY AN
ELECTRICIAN OR SIMILARLY QUALIFIED
PERSON, TO AVOID HAZARD.
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FOR MAXIMUM EFFICENCY
•
Do not exceed the recommended
room size.
•
Take into account the number of
people or equipment used in the
room as these produce heat and will
reduce the cooling effectiveness.
•
Avoid opening doors frequently.
•
Keep curtains or blinds closed during
the warmest part of the day.
•
Keep filters clean.
•
Once room has reached the desired
conditions, reduce temperature and
ventilation setting.
•
Locate air conditioner where airflow is
not obstructed to increase air flow.
•
Close any air grilles, windows or
ducting to avoid cooled air escaping
during use.
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FIG.4
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Front
Back
FIG.5
FIG.6
1.
2.
3.
4.
Control panel
Air vent (air outlet)
Caster
Air inlet
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Carrying handle
Air inlet
Air filter
Cord hanger
Compartment for cord storage
Air filter
Air inlet
Water bung
Air outlet
Accessories
14. Outward adaptor - for insertion
over hose and into foam strip (or
into hole in the wall/window).
15. Round cap for filling the hole in
wall/window.
16. Exhaust hose
17. Foam strip - for filling the open
window space and with hole for
connection to exhaust hose.
18. Foam strip - for filling the open
window space
19. Drain tube for continuous
drainage
20. Active carbon filter
21. Remote control
FIG 7
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INSTALLATION
Installation of the exhaust pipe
The unit is a portable air conditioner that may be moved from room to room.
1. Using the foam strips.
Foam strips
FIG.8
•
•
Offer foam strips to the window gap and cut to size if necessary.
Feed exhaust hose through the foam strip and insert strip into window gaps as
shown and slide window across so that foam is held securely. This technique
may also be used for sash windows. Note: Take care to maintain protection
against intruders.
2. Using the adaptor.
Wall or Window
Outward
adaptor
FIG.9
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•
•
FIG.10
Cut a 130mm diameter hole in the wall or window.
Feed exhaust hose through the window or wall and attach the threaded adaptor
from the outside as shown.
When not in use, plug the hole with the cover provided.
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MOUNTING OF THE EXHAUST PIPE
•
Use only the hose provided and
clip exhaust hose to the back of
the air conditioner.
•
Avoid kinks and bends in the
exhaust hose as this will cause
expelled moist air to build up
causing the unit to overheat and
shut down. Fig 11 & 12 show
correct position.
•
The hose may be extended from
300mm to 1500mm but for
maximum efficiency use the
shortest length possible.
FIG.11
FIG.12
FIG.13
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INSTALLATION OF CARBON FILTER
FIG.15
1.
Remove the filter frame from the unit.
2.
Remove the filter fixer from the filter frame.
3.
Remove the active carbon filter from its plastic bag.
4.
Attach the active carbon filter to the filter frame.
5.
Attach the filter fixer to the filter frame (the active carbon filter should be hold
between the filter frames and filter fixer firmly).
6.
Insert the filter set (filter frame + active carbon filter + filter fixer) into the back of the
unit.
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OPERATION OF CONTROL PANEL
Control panel
FIG.16
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Mode (function) option button
Timer button
'Temperature up' button
'Temperature down' button
Speed (ventilation)button
ON/OFF (power) button
Automatic mode operation indicator
Cooling mode operation indicator
Fan mode operation indicator
10.
Heating mode operation indicator ( only
available for the mode with heating function,
please refer to the actual unit you purchased)
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Timer operation indicator
Display window
Receiver for remote control
Low ventilation indicator
High ventilation indicator
Compressor operation indicator
“Water Full” indicator
Turning ON/OFF
1.
Press ON/OFF button, the unit will start automatically. If the ambient temperature is
higher than 23oC, the unit will work in cooling model.
higher than 20oC but below or equal to 23oC, the unit will work in ventilation model.
below 20oC, the unit will work in heating function (This is for cooling & heating
models only.),
2.
Indicators of the functions in progress come on at the same time. *NOTE! The display
window shows the ambient room temperature from 0oC to 50oC
3.
To turn the unit off, press ON/OFF button again.
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Setting mode/function
Press MODE button to select required working mode: automatic, cooling or fan.
The indicator of your selected mode comes on.
Setting temperature
1.
Press 'Temperature up' or 'Temperature down' button to regulate the temperature you
desired.
2.
The display window will show the temperature you set as you press 'Temperature up' or
'Temperature down' button. Otherwise, it will always show the ambient temperature.
3.
The pre-setting temperature of this machine is: 24oC for cooling
Setting ventilation speed
1.
Press SPEED button to choose the ventilation speed you need, high or low. The
indicator of high or low ventilation will light on at the same time.
2.
If the unit is in AUTO mode, it will choose the ventilation speed automatically according
to the ambient temperature (the related indicators will light on), at this time, the speed
switch is invalid.
Setting timer
1.
Press TIMER button to set the operating hours you desired (1 to 12 hours, the timer
indicator will light on). When the set time has been reached, the machine will turn off
automatically. The display window will show the hour(s) you set as you press TIMER
button. If the timer button is not pressed, the unit will work continuously.
2.
By pressing the timer but without turning on the other functions, you can PRE-SET the
time for the machine to work. For example, if you press the timer to '2', the unit will work
automatically after 2 hours.
All the above functions can also be performed
with the supplied remote control.
This remote control requires 2 pcs AAA batteries
to operate
FIG. 17
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Regulating air flow direction
FIG.19
FIG.18
The up & down air flow direction can be
adjusted by moving the air vent directly.
Turn the roller on the air vent
to control the air flow direction
left or right.
NOTICE !
1.
To prolong the compressor's life, after switching off the unit, please wait for a
minimum of 3 minutes before switching on again.
2.
The cooling system will switch off if the ambient temperature is lower than the set
temperature. The ventilation, however, keeps working on the set level. If the
ambient temperature rises above the selected level, the cooling will return to work.
3.
The heating will switch off if the ambient temperature is higher than the set
temperature. The ventilation keeps working on the set level. As the ambient
temperature drops below the selected level, the heating will return to work.
4.
This machine is equipped with ANTI-FROST function. While using the heating
function during low temperature, sometimes the heating will stop for a while in order
to melt the frost. As this occurs, just wait for the heating to return to work.
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DRAINAGE
During the process of cooling, some water will be extracted from the air into the unit. Most of
the water will be evaporated by the coil for maximum efficiency. However in very warm
temperature or humid condition, excessive condensation may occur and will require water
drainage when tank is full. If the tank is full, both of the compressor and motor will stop. The
“water full” sign will light on, also the machine will beep as reminder.
To make the cooling work again, please empty the water by one of the following ways:
1. Turn off the air conditioner and avoid
moving it when full.
2. Position a container (a water tray for
example) underneath the drain hole.
3. Remove the drain knob & rubber plug from
the drain hole and allow the water to drain
out.
4. When the container is almost full, replace
the rubber plug in the drain hole and empty
the water tray.
Water hole
Rubber plug
5. Repeat until the unit is emptied.
Drain knob
6. Replace the rubber plug and tighten the
drain knob firmly.
7. Switch on the unit - the full water indicator
should not be flashing.
FIG.20
If you wish to operate the unit without the need to empty the water tank, please:
•
Remove the drain knob and rubber plug
and retain for future use.
•
Connect the drain tube supplied to the
water outlet as shown and locate the other
end into a drain.
Water hole
Supplied drain tube
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FIG.21
•
The drain tube may be extended by adding
an extension tube and using a suitable
connector.
Water hole
Supplied drain tube
FIG.22
Extension tube
(OD: 18 mm)
Please note
1. The drain must be at or below the outlet level.
2. ‘Water Full’ indicator will not function in this mode of drainage.
3. If you want to extend the water tube, you can connect it with another tube (OD: 18mm)
4. When the room humidity is over 85%, it is necessary to use “continuous drainage” with
the extended drain tube.
Special caution for heating function!
While using the heating function, please note:
1. Install the exhaust pipe well, in order to exhaust the cool air to outdoor. (Please refer to
the instruction manual for installation method.)
2. Fix the drainage to be continuous one (i.e. drain the water by water tube). This is
compulsory for use in heating mode. This is compulsory for use in heating mode.
Working range for heating function is 7 to 27oC (for cooling function, it is 18 to 32oC). For
temperature outside this range, the unit may not work properly.
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MAINTENANCE
Always unplug the air conditioner from the mains before cleaning.
To maximize the efficiency of the air conditioner, clean regularly.
Cleaning the housing
Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe the body clean.
Never use aggressive chemicals, gasoline, detergents, chemically treated cloths, or other
cleansing solutions. These all could possibly hurt the cabinet.
Cleaning the filter
Use a vacuum cleaner or tap the filter lightly to remove loose dust and dirt from the filters and then rinse
thoroughly under running water (no hotter than 40oC).
Dry thoroughly before replacing.
Notice! Never operate the unit without the filters.
End of season storage
•
Drain any water in the unit before
completely operating the unit on
ventilation only mode for a few hours,
to thoroughly dry the inside.
•
Clean or change the filter
•
Unplug and store the power cord as
shown
•
Replace in the original carton or cover
for storage.
Power cord
FIG.23
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FAULT CHECK LIST
The air conditioner does not run
Is the air conditioner plugged in?
Is there a power failure?
Is the comp / ‘full water’ indicator flashing?
Is the room temperature below the set
temperature?
The machine seems to do little
Is there direct sunshine? (Please put down the
curtain.)
Are too many windows or doors open?
Are there too many people in the room?
Is there something in the room producing lots of
heat?
The machine seems to do nothing.
Is the filter dusty, contaminated?
Is the air intake or output blocked up?
Is the room temperature below your selected
temperature?
Too noisy
Is the machine positioned unevenly so as to
create vibration?
Is the floor underneath the machine uneven?
The compressor doesn’t run.
Is so, it is possible the overheat protection of the
compressor is on. Just wait for the temperature
to drop.
☆ Never try to repair or dismantle the unit yourself.
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EASY TO ORDER FORM FOR ACCESSORIES
(Please complete in BLOCK CAPITALS in black ink)
Full Name:
Previous Invoice No.:
(If available)
Model No.
Delivery Address:
Telephone No.:
Email Address:
Signature
DESCRIPTION
PRODUCT CODE
QTY
UNIT
PRICE
TOTAL
Filters
Left Filter for Condenser
10P-114
£12.99
Rear Filter for Condenser
10P-115
£10.99
Filter for Evaporator & Fixer
10P-116&117
£14.99
Active Carbon Filter
10P-806
£12.99
Remote Control
10P-204
£19.99
Exhaust Hose (1.5m)
10P-138
£24.99
Tube for continuous drainage
10P-135
£6.99
Extension drainage tube (1m)
10P-815
£4.99
Water Bung
10P-134
£6.99
Caster Wheels
10P-304
£4.99
Window Spacer Set
10P-141&142
£14.99
Round Window Connector Set 10P-139&140
£14.99
Exhaust Accessories
Other Accessories
Sub Total
Standard Delivery (Free)
Next Day Delivery (Call)
TOTAL
* Price includes VAT and shipping to UK mainland only (except Scottish Highlands and remote areas)
*Note: Please see page 5 for your reference.
To place your order…
Call us on 020 8459 2458 , Fax 020 8451 1587
Unit 7 Propeller Park, 400 Circular Road, London, NW10 0AB
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ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
SAVE THIS WARRANTY INFORMATION
EcoAir guarantees this product free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, limited
to parts only.
Faults arising from a faulty installation is specifically excluded.
This unit must be operated under conditions as recommended, at voltages
indicated on the unit. Any attempts made to service or modify the unit by
unqualified technician, will render this WARRANTY VOID. The actual
product may differ slightly from the illustration. This warranty is in addition to,
and does not affect, your statutory rights.
For after sales needs, please visit www.ecoair.org/service or email
technical@ecoair.org or contact +44 845 474 3574
We recommend that you note the details of your purchase below and retain
your original proof of purchase receipt with this manual. Keep these documents
safe in the event of a warranty claim.
Date of purchase:
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Purchased from (Dealer Name): _____________________________
Retailer name:
_____________________________
Model number:
_____________________________
Serial number:
_____________________________
Date of installation:
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