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Second Wind 9000 Installation manual
Second Wind Air Purifiers
Installation Manual
2414
2414-S
24 Volt
Remote Units
Index:
Page
Product
2
Safety Procedures
2
Mounting Location
3
Tools
3
Installation
Installation Remote Lamps
4
5
Lamp Replacement/Disposal
And Parts List
6
Troubleshooting
Warranty
7
7&8
All Second Wind air purifiers are designed to address Heating and Air Conditioning air handling units. Second Wind
air purifiers use ultraviolet germicidal light at a frequency
of 254 nanometers to disinfect biological growth in return
or supply air stream . Some key features of the Second
Wind 24 volt series:
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24 volt water proof ballast enclosure
Allows greater installation flexibility
Multiple lamp lengths (14 inches)
Electronic start 24 volt power supply
Improves efficiency, reduces maintenance
High intensity lamps
Patented Photo-catalytic oxidation process avaliable
Over 9000 hours lamp expectancy
Limited Lifetime ballast and unit warranty
Four year lamp warranty
Please read all instructions carefully to help ensure a correct and SAFE installation of your Second Wind purifier
(Ultraviolet Germicidal Photo-catalytic Air Purifier). Failure to do so could damage the equipment or cause harm
to yourself or others. Only qualified Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) technicians should perform the installation.
WARNING
CAUTION
Ultraviolet (UV) light can be harmful to eyes and skin,
causing loss of sight and sunburn. When installing do
not put unit in an area that allows the UV lamp to be
visible . Turn off electrical service before servicing
unit.
1. Ultraviolet (UV) light can cause the degradation
of plastics, rubber, and other non-metallic materials without uv-inhibitors, used in the HVAC system.
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Install unit in location that prevents exposure to
plastics, rubber, and other non-metallic materials
to UV light, or shield such materials with aluminum tape, sheet metal, or metal conduit.
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If equipment or components are not made of UV
resistant materials shield with aluminum tape or
sheet metal.
2. Ultraviolet lamps
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Failure to remove fingerprints from lamp could
shorten their lifespan. (clean with denatured alcohol)
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Dispose of broken and replacement lamps at your
local waste management office. For information
on local disposal laws refer to
www.lamprecycle.org
Electrical shock hazard from 24 volt or 120/277 VAC
may cause serious injury or death. Disconnect power
before starting installation or maintenance.
Each UV lamp contains a small amount of mercury, in
case of breakage use proper disposal techniques.
(pg.5)
Wear protective gloves and safety glasses when handling lamp. To prevent injury, unplug lamp connector
and allow to cool for 10 minutes before servicing.
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Install the lamp where you have easy access.
Make sure before drilling into equipment that there is nothing in the way that would be damaged.
The lamp should be installed a minimum of 2-3 inches, maximum 36 inches away from the coil or pan
surface.
When looking for a mounting location try to install the unit away from non UV resistant plastics, rubber,
and other non metallic materials. Shield these components using sheet metal, aluminum tape, or metal conduit.
Electric Drill
Phillips screwdriver
Tin snips
Eye protection
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Tape measure
Aluminum tape and sealant
Multimeter
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The installation should be done by a qualified
HVAC contractor. Unit must be installed in compliance with all national and local electrical and
mechanical codes. Failure to do so will void UL
safety listing and Second Wind warranty.
Read all safety instructions at the beginning of this
manual. Failure to do so could lead to personal
injury and/or equipment damage.
In cases where molds are already present on the
evaporator coil, it is recommended that a qualified
HVAC technician clean the coil before the installation of the UV lamp.
1. The 24 volt unit should be mounted
in the air handler in a location where
the lamp will have the best UV light
coverage of the coil and drain pan.
2. The UV lamp is mounted inside the
air handler with a mounting bracket
that is supplied with the unit. Use
the supplied sheet metal screws to
attach the mounting bracket.
3. Place warning labels (included) on
the duct: one on the duct near the
UV lamps and the other near the air
handler.
4. Take the lamp from the box being
careful not hit the lamp against anything. Slide the lamp on to the
mounting bracket or into the UV
shield. Use the supplied nuts to attach the lamp to the bracket being
careful not to over tighten the nuts.
5. Wipe lamp with alcohol wipe and
clean cloth after installation process.
 Protect all non-UV resistant materials from direct UVexposure with
aluminum tape or metal conduit.
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CAUTION: Ultraviolet light can be
harmful to your sight, do not look
at the lamp when it is illuminated.
Ballast Mounting
1. The 24 volt ballast should be installed near the 24 VAC transformer/control panel. Feed the UV
lamp connection to the lamp. Screw
the ballast in place with the supplied
screws.
2. Use the electrical diagram and
connect the ballast to the low voltage connection in accordance with
all state and local electrical codes.
3. Do Not Connect To The High
Voltage Power Source.
4. Connect the power lead for the lamp
to the lamp connector from the ballast.
5. Drill hole and insert sight glass, in a
location near the lamp installation.
6. Re-install all panels to the air handler.
7. Energize the air handler and check
that the lamp is on, looking at sight
glass. Do Not Ever View UV Light
DIRECTLY!
The Second Wind Ultraviolet Germicidal Photo-catalytic 24 Volt Lamp is designed for 9000-11,000 hours of continuous operation. After 9000 hours intensity of the lamp inside the duct diminishes and should be replaced.
Even if the lamp is still illuminated replacement of the lamp is recommended, by a qualified HVAC Service
Technician.
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The installation should be done by a qualified
HVAC contractor.
Disconnect electrical service and turn unit off.
Remove screws from remote lamp connector.
Disconnect the lamp connector from the lamp
base.
Remove the nuts from the 24 volt lamp bracket
and remove old lamp (Be careful old lamp may
still be hot!).
Replace the old lamp with the new lamp, making
sure the new lamp is clean. If the new lamp is dirty
or has fingerprints on it remove with an alcohol
wipe.
6. Place RU lamp bracket over new lamp base and
secure with the nuts.
7. Attach lamp connector to the lamp base and use
nuts to secure.
8. Turn on electrical service and unit.
UV lamps contain mercury like other household lamps and must be disposed of properly. State requirements and
recycling opportunities vary, go to www.lamprecycle.org for State Regulations & Contacts. Please contact
your county waste collection department for proper disposal details.
USE GLOVES AND EYE PROTECTION
If a lamp is broken, do not use a vacuum cleaner to pick up the waste. Instead, sweep up the waste into a plastic
bag and seal. Contact your county waste collection department for proper disposal details.
If the unit does not work, check the following:
Electrical Supply/Wiring—Verify that the electrical
service is operating correctly.
Lamp—Verify that the lamp is not broken and is properly seated in the lamp connector. To check this, follow
steps in the ’Lamp Replacement’ section with one exBallast—If lamp still is not illuminating check the wir- ception: you should not remove and replace the lamp.
ing to the ballast. If the ballast is wired properly and If the lamp is broken read the ‘Lamp Disposal’ section
the lamp still does not illuminate, replace the ballast. of this manual.
With a fully electronic ballast there is no resistance
testing.
All Second Wind 24 volt Air Purification systems that are attached to your Heating,
Ventilation and Air Conditioning System (HVAC) have a Limited Lifetime unit/ballast
warranty. The lamps for all the HVAC attached units have a two (2) year
warranty.(MODELS: 2414, 2414-S)
TWO (2) YEAR COVERAGE LAMPS
The lamps are warranted by Second Wind for a period of two (2) years from the date of
the original installation, when installed and operated in accordance with Second Wind
recommendations. If during this period a lamp fails, Second Wind will provide a free
replacement. You must pay shipping charges and all other costs of warranty service. Second
Wind will not pay labor involved in diagnostic calls or in removing, servicing, or replacing
parts. Second Wind recommends replacement of the UV lamp every 9,000-11,000 hours,
the intensity of the lamps will diminish over time.
LIFETIME COVERAGE UNIT AND BALLAST
The covered equipment and covered components are warranted by Second Wind for a
Lifetime from the date of the original unit installation, when installed and operated in
accordance with Second Wind recommendations. If during this period a covered component
fails, Second Wind will repair or replace the part. You must pay shipping charges and all
other costs of warranty service. Second Wind will not pay labor involved in diagnostic calls
or in removing, servicing, or replacing parts.
REPAIRS
All repairs of covered components must be made with authorized service parts. Labor
charges resulting from diagnostic calls or service are not covered by this warranty.
CARE OF EQUIPMENT
Your new Second Wind Purifier must be properly installed, operated and maintained in
accordance with the unit installation, operation, and maintenance instructions provided with
each unit. Failure to provide maintenance per Second Wind instructions will void warranty.
WARRANTY LIMITATIONS
This warranty will be voided if the covered equipment (only Second Wind replacement
parts or units are warranted) is removed from the original installation site. This warranty
does not cover damage or defect resulting from:
1 Accident, or neglect or unreasonable use or operation of the equipment, including operation of
electrical equipment at voltages other than the range specified on the unit name plate.
2 Modification, change or alteration of the equipment, except as directed by Second Wind The
furnishings of replacement parts under terms of this warranty will apply to the original warranty
period and will not extend the warranty.
Second Wind makes no express warranties other than the warranty specified above. All
implied warranties, including the implied warranty of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose, are limited to the duration of the warranty specified above. Liability for
incidental and consequential damages is excluded and is not covered by this warranty. Some
States do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty or the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the limitations or exclusions may not
apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
Second Wind shall not be liable for any default or delay in performance under this warranty
caused by any contingency beyond their control.
All Second Wind Air Purification systems that are attached to your Heating,
Ventilation and Air Conditioning System (HVAC) have a limited lifetime unit warranty.
The lamps for all the HVAC attached units have a two (2) year warranty.(MODELS: 2414,
24 14-S, 2414FC)
1 Be prepared to furnish the following information:
a- Complete model number and serial number
b- Proof of installation date if warranty claim is made by other than a qualified
service dealer who maintains records of your installation date and service history.
c- An accurate description of the problem.
d- Date of failure.
2 Call the installing dealer that you purchased your Second Wind from.
3 If the installing dealer is unable to provide warranty parts, contact:
Call, write, fax or e-mail:
Second Wind Air Purifiers
711 Park Ave.
Medina, NY 14103
1-800-387-4565
PHONE
585-798-5751
FAX
2ndwind@rochester.rr.com
E-Mail
24 volt
Power
White wire– 24 VAC Red
Black Wire– 24 VAC Black
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