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Defensor PH28A Operating instructions
Defensor PH28/PH28A
Adiabatic Humidifiers
2560479 EN 1108
Operating instructions
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Contents
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1.1
1.2
Introduction
To the very beginning
Notes on the operating instructions
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For your safety
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Product Overview
Unit versions
Unit construction
Operating panel
Identification of the unit
Functional description/Operating modes
Options
Accessories
Standard delivery
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4.1
Commissioning
Unpacking the unit and checking the
scope of delivery
Transporting/storing the unit
Choose location
Connecting the water supply (PH28A only) Putting the unit into operation
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4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
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Operation
5.1 Filling the water tank (PH28 only) 5.2 Switching the unit on and off
5.3 Menu overview
5.4 Unit settings (normal operating mode)
5.4.1 Setting the desired humidity value
5.4.2 Setting the fan step
5.4.3 Selecting the operating mode
5.4.4 Switching the buzzer on and off
5.4.5 Calling timer level
5.5 Program operation
5.5.1 Calling the timer level
5.5.2 Activating/Deactivating the program mode
5.4.3 Setting the current time
5.5.4 Setting the starting points and the
operating programs
5.6 Locking/unlocking the keyboard
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6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
Maintenance
Maintenance intervals
Maintenance work
Disassembling the unit
Cleaning work
Notes on cleaning agent
Reassembly of the unit
Resetting the filter changing message
Repair work
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Fault elimination
Event messages
Warning messages
Error messages
What, if...?
Notes on fault elimination
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8.1
8.2
Taking out of service/Disposal
Taking out of service
Disposal/Recycling
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Unit specifications
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10.1
10.2
10.3
Appendix
Wiring diagram
Spare parts list PH28
Spare parts list PH28A
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Introduction
1.1
To the very beginning
We thank you for having purchased an air purifier/air humidifier Defensor PH28 or PH28A.
The air purifier/air humidifier Defensor PH28/PH28A incorporates the latest technical ad­van­ces and
meets all recognized safety standards. Nevertheless, improper use of the Defensor PH28/PH28A
may result in danger to the user or third parties and/or impairment of material assets.
To ensure a safe, proper, and economical operation of the air purifier/air humidifier Defensor PH28/
PH28A, please observe and comply with all information and safety instructions contained in the
present operating instructions as well as the instructions given in the manuals for the components
used in the humidification system.
If you have questions, which are not or insufficiently answered in this documentation, please contact
your Defensor supplier. They will be glad to assist you.
1.2
Notes on the operating instructions
Limitation
The subject of this operating instructions are the air purifiers/air humidifiers Defensor PH28
and PH28A. The various accessories are only described insofar as this is necessary for proper
operation of the equipment. Further information on accessories can be obtained in the respective
instructions.
This operating instructions are restricted to the installation, commissioning, operation, servicing
and trouble shooting of the air purifier/air humidifier Defensor PH28/PH28A and is meant for well
trained personnel being sufficiently qualified for their respective work.
The operating instructions are supplemented by various separate items of documentation (e.g. manuals for accessories). Where necessary, appropriate cross-references are made to these publications
in the operating instructions.
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Symbols used in this manual
CAUTION!
The catchword “CAUTION” designates notes in this operating instructions that, if neglected, may
cause damage and/or malfunction of the unit or other material assets.
WARNING!
The catchword “WARNING” used in conjunction with the general caution symbol designates safety and
danger notes in this operating instructions that, if neglected, may cause to injury to persons.
DANGER!
The catchword “DANGER”” used in conjunction with the general caution symbol designates safety
and danger notes in this operating instructions that, if neglected, may lead to severe injury or
even death of persons.
Safekeeping
Please safeguard this operating instructions in a safe place, where it can be immediately accessed.
If the equipment changes hands, the documentation should be passed on to the new operator.
If the documentation gets mislaid, please contact your Defensor supplier.
Language versions
This operating instructions are available in various languages. Please contact your Defensor supplier for information.
Copyright protection
The present operating instructions are protected under the Copyright Act. Passing-on and reproduction of the manual (or part thereof) as well as exploitation and communication of the contents are
prohibited without written permission by the manufacturer. Violation of copyright terms is subject to
legal prosecution and arises liability for indemnification.
The manufacturer reserves the right to fully exploit commercial patent rights.
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For your safety
General
Every person working with the Defensor PH28/PH28A must have read and understood the Operating
instructions before carrying out any work.
Knowing and understanding the contents of the Operating instructions is a basic requirement for
protecting the personnel against any kind of danger, to prevent faulty operation, and to operate the
unit safely and correctly.
All ideograms, signs and markings applied to the unit must be observed and kept in readable
state.
Qualification of personnel
All actions described in the present Operating instructions (installation, operation, maintenance, etc.)
must be carried out only by well trained and sufficiently qualified personnel authorised by the
owner.
For safety and warranty reasons any action beyond the scope of this manuals must be carried out
only by qualified personnel authorised by your Defensor supplier.
It is assumed that all persons working with the Defensor PH28/PH28A are familiar and comply with
the appropriate regulations on work safety and the prevention of accidents.
This unit may not be used by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
abilities or persons with lacking experience and/or knowledge, unless they are supervised by a person
responsible for their safety or they received instructions on how to operate the unit.
Children must be supervised to make sure that they do not play with unit.
Intended use
The air purifier/air humidifier Defensor PH28/PH28A is intended exclusively for air purification and
air humidification within the specified operating conditions (see chapter 9 “Product specifications”). Any other type of application without the express written consent of the manufacturer is
considered as not conforming with the intended purpose and may lead to the Defensor PH28/PH28A
becoming dangerous.
Operation of the equipment in the intended manner requires that all the information in these instructions are observed (in particular the safety instructions).
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Danger that may arise from the unit
DANGER!
Danger of electric hazard!
The Defensor PH28/PH28A is mains powered. One may get in touch with live parts when the
unit is open. Touching live parts may cause severe injury or danger to life.
Prevention: Before carrying out any work set the Defensor PH28/PH28A out of operation (switch
off the unit, disconnect it from the mains, close water supply) and secure the unit against inadvertent power-up.
WARNING!
Poorly maintained humidifiers can endanger your health. If the Defensor PH28/PH28A is
insufficiently maintained harmful germs can build up in the water and the filters an can affect the ambient air.
Prevention: The Defensor PH28/PH28A has to be cleaned in regular intervals according to chapter 6 “Maintenance”. The cleaning work has to be carried out correctly and the evaporator mat as
well as the filters have to be replaced after the specified lifetime.
Handling the mains cable
Handle the mains cable with care: keep it away from sharp edges and do not jam or strain it.
Never remove the mains plug by pulling the mains cable. Make sure your hands are absolutely dry
when pulling the plug out of the socket.
Lay out the mains cable so that it does not become a stumbling trap.
Connect mains cable only to a mains socket with protection earth. Any extension cable used must
be equipped with a protection earth too.
Behaviour in case of danger
If it is suspected that safe operation is no longer possible, then the Defensor PH28/PH28A should
immediately be disconnected from the mains (disconnect mains connector) and secured against
accidental power-up. This can be the case under the following circumstances:
– if the Defensor PH28/PH28A is damaged
– if the Defensor PH28/PH28A is no longer operating correctly
– if connections and/or piping are not sealed
– if the mains cable is damaged
All persons working with the Defensor PH28/PH28A must report any alterations to the unit that may
affect safety to the owner without delay.
Prohibited modifications to the unit
No modifications must be undertaken on the Defensor PH28/PH28A without the express written
consent of the manufacturer.
For the replacement of defective components use exclusively original accessories and spare parts
available from your Defensor supplier.
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Product Overview
3.1
Unit versions
The Defensor PH28/PH28A air purifier/air humidifier is available in two basic versions:
– PH28:
version with integrated water tank
– PH28A:
version with inlet valve for the connection to the drinking water system
Both versions are equipped as standard with a coarse dust filter and a flock-coated evaporator mat
to operate the unit as a humidifier (winter time operation).
3.2
Unit construction
PH28
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Air outlet grill
Radial fan
Rotary humidification drum
Evaporator mat
Base tub
Coarse dust filter (Option: Quattro filter)
Air intake grill
Operating panel with display
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Water tank carriage
Type plate
Silver ionisation electrodes
Safety float
Level switch
Fuse
3 pole mains cable
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PH28A
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Air outlet grill
Radial fan
Rotary humidification drum
Evaporator mat
Base tub
Coarse dust filter (Option: Quattro filter)
Air intake grill
Operating panel with display
Side cover
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Type plate
Silver ionisation electrodes
Safety float
Level switch
Fuse
3 pole mains cable
Inlet valve
Water filter
Water supply connector
Operating panel
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PH28
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1 LC display
2 <Menu> key
3 Arrow keys
4 Error indicator
5 <On/Off> key
6 <Enter> key
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3.4
Identification of the unit
The identification of the unit is found on the type plate (for the location of the type plate see unit
overview):
Type designation
Serial number
Month/Year
Walter Meier (Climate International) Ltd. 8808 Pfäffikon
Unit voltage
Admissible water supply pressure
(PH28A only)
Type: PH28A
Voltage: 220...240VAC / 50...60 Hz
Water pressure: 0.5...6 bar
Serial: XXXXXXX
Power: max. 128 W
Color code: NCS S 0300-N
07.11
Field with certification symbols
Power consumption
Made in Switzerland
Colour code
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Functional description/Operating modes
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Functional description
The fan (1) takes in the air from both sides via the coarse dust filter (2) or the Quattro filter, respectively. After passing the humidification drum, the purified air is led to the air outlet grill (5) and
distributed in the room.
The unit continuously measures the air humidity in the room with the integrated humidity sensor
and compares it with the set reference humidity value. If the actual value (e.g. 40 %rh) is below the
reference value (e.g. 45 %rh) the humidification drum (3) starts turning. The vaporizer mat is dipped
into the base tub (4) and takes up water. The air passing through the humidification drum absorbs
the humidity.
The coarse dust filter retains dust particles up to 100 µm. If the Defensor PH28/PH28A is equipped
with a Quattro filter it can retain dust particles up to 0.1 µm. In addition the activated charcoal layer
in the Quattro filter removes unpleasant odour.
The water level in the base tub is monitored by the level regulating valve in the water tank (Defensor
PH28) or by the level controlled inlet valve (Defensor PH28A).
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Two silver ionisation electrodes prevent the formation of slime and microorganisms in the base tub
and on the humidification drum. The ionizer electrodes are active as soon as the Defensor PH28/
PH28A is switched on.
Operating modes
The Defensor PH28/PH28A can be operated in the following operating modes:
– Operation as air humidifier
In the humidifier mode the ventilator and the humidification drum are running only, if the actual
humidity value is below the set reference value.
Note: if the actual humidity value remains below the reference value for a prolonged period of
time, the fan must be switched to the next highest level.
– Operation as air purifier (without humidification)
In this operating mode the fan is running continuously. The humidification drum remains switched
off.
– Operation as air purifier/humidifier (Combined mode)
In this operating mode the fan is running continuously. The humidification drum is only switched
on if the actual humidity value is below the set reference value.
3.6
Options
Radio humidity sensor
The radio humidity sensor can be used instead of the integrated humidity sensor. The maximum range of the radio
humidity sensor in an open room is 25 m
Note: the radio humidity sensor as well as the receiver
board must be installed and configured only by a service
technician of your Defensor representative.
Defensor PH28
Defensor PH28A
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3.7
Accessories
Defensor PH28
Defensor PH28A
Filter set “Winter” (optimized for air humidification)
Filter set for the operation of the unit during winter season.
The set consist of:
– Flock-coated evaporator mat
– Coarse dust filter
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Filter set “Summer” (optimized for air purification)
Filter set for the operation of the unit during summer season. The set consist of:
– Activated carbon evaporator mat
– Quattro filter
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Filter valve “Z261”
Filter valve to use as a shut-off valve in the water supply
line (PH28A only)
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Standard delivery
The air purifier/air humidifier Defensor PH28/PH28A is delivered in a cardboard box (W: 900 mm x
H: 820 mm D: 490 mm, transport weight: 49 kg), ready for use. The standard delivery includes:
– Air purifier/Air humidifier Defensor PH28 or PH28A, equipped with the “Winter” filter set (coarse
dust filter and flock-coated evaporator mat) and the options as ordered.
– Filling hose approx. 1,2 m (PH28 only)
– Operating instructions (this document)
The ordered accessories with operating instructions according chapter 3.7 are packed separately.
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Commissioning
4.1
Unpacking the unit and checking the scope of delivery
Unpacking the unit
Open the packing and remove the unit and the accessories. Check the delivery for completeness
(standard delivery, see chapter 3.8). Please contact your Defensor supplier in case something is
lacking, they will be glad to send you the missing part without delay.
Please check the equipment for damage. Please report any damage to your Defensor supplier and
to the carriers, as required.
Packaging
The original packaging of the Defensor PH28/PH28A was design­ed for optimum safety during transportation. Please preserve the original packing material in case you once have to return the unit for
some reason.
In case you wish to dispose of the packaging, observe the local regulations on waste disposal. Never
dispose of the packaging to the environment.
4.2
Transporting/storing the unit
Transport
The Defensor PH28/PH28A is equipped with built-in rollers for effortless displacement. If you have
to lift the unit for displacement or relocation ask another person for assistance (weight of the empty
unit: 43 kg).
CAUTION!
To prevent the water from running out make sure the water tank and the base tub are empty before
moving the unit.
Storing
Store the unit in a protected area meeting the following requirements:
– room temperature: 1 ... 40 °C
– room humidity: 10 ... 75 %rh
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Choose location
Please observe the following notes for the correct positioning of the Defensor PH28/PH28A:
min. 150 mm
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– Place the unit on a solid horizontal surface, if possible free-standing and freely accessible (observe
minimal distances).
– A mains socket should be located close to the unit.
– To ensure the entire volume of air is fully recirculated, do not place the unit in recessed compartments, closed corridors, behind curtains, etc.
– Do not place any objects on the unit (performance reduction).
– Continuous direct sunlight is harmful for the unit and can affect the correct function of the integrated humidity sensor. Therefore do not expose the unit to continuous direct sunlight.
– The unit must not be installed in hazardous loca­tions and in rooms where water splashes may
occur.
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– Install the air outlet grills in a way that the moist air can leave the unit unhampered and make
sure the air flow is not directed towards obstacles (pillars, furniture, etc.) or cold outer walls (risk
of condensation).
4.4
Connecting the water supply (PH28A only)
The water supply has to be connected to the unit by a qualified specialist according to the illustration below. The installation data has to be maintained. The installation of a shut-off valve next to the
PH28A is mandatory. Lay the connection hose carefully so that nobody will trip over it.
WARNING!
For the water installation the unit must be disconnected from the mains (pull the plug out of the
socket) and secured against inadvertent reconnection.
Important! The local regulations regarding the connection of units to drinking water systems must
be observed.
Filter valve (accessory “Z261”)
Drinking water without additives:
– Admissible water pressure: 0.5...6.0 bar
– Admissible water temperature: 5...40 °C
Water connector G 3/4" (female thread)
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4.5
Putting the unit into operation
Proceed as follows to put the Defensor PH28/PH28A into operation:
• PH28: fill the water tank (see chapter 5.1)
PH28A: open the shut-off valve in the water supply line.
• Connect unit to the mains.
CAUTION!
Make sure the required supply voltage (see type plate) matches the local mains voltage, otherwise do not connect the Defensor PH28/PH28A to the mains!
CAUTION!
The Defensor PH28/PH28A must be connected only to grounded mains. Never connect the
unit to an outlet without protective earthing.
The Defensor PH28/PH28A is now ready for operation. The next chapter provides detailed information on the operation of the unit.
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Operation
5.1
Filling the water tank (PH28 only)
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Switch off the Defensor PH28 and
disconnect the unit from the mains
(pull the mains plug out of the
socket).
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Lay down the water tank carriage,
remove the tank cap and fill the tank
with tap water using the supplied
filling hose. Do not use additives.
Relocate the tank cap.
Important! Screw on tank cap until
it comes to a stop!
CAUTION! In order to avoid water
damage, completely remove any
spilled water on the water tank
carriage.
2
Press the snap and fold out the
water tank carriage.
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Slide the water tank carriage into the
unit, then tip it up to the stop.
3
Pull out the handle and slide the water tank carriage out of the unit.
CAUTION! In order to avoid water
damage, immediatelly remove any
spilled water on the floor and on the
components of the unit.
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Press the lock mechanism of the
handle on both sides of the carriage
and the handle slides down. Tip up
the water tank carriage until the lock
engages. The water now flows into
the base tub.
Important! After reinstalling
the water tank carriage wait by
the unit until the filling sound
stops.
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5.2
Switching the unit on and off
Switching the unit on
• Press the <On/Off> key.
The unit loads the settings that were active when the device was shut down last. Upon completion
the operating display appears. The look of the operating display depends whether the Defensor
PH28/PH28A is operated in “Normal operating mode” or in “Program mode”.
Normal operating mode
Program mode
Status humidity sensor (active=^)
Actual humidity value in %rh
Note: The actual humidity value is always displayed (even in air purification mode) and updated
every 5 seconds.
Operating mode
B: air humidification
R: Air purification (without humidification)
K: Combined mode (purification/humdification)
Fan step
1, 2, 3, 4 or A1, A2, A3, A4
^Act
38%rH
Set
45%rH
BA3
^Act
38%rH
BA3
Fr 12:28
Day of the week
Format: “Mo”, “Tu”, “We”, “Th”, “Fr”, “Sa”, “Su”
(appears only in program mode)
Hour
Format “hh:mm”
(appears only in program mode)
Set humidity setpoint
The fan starts in all operating modes with a delay of approx. 1 minute. Until the fan starts the operating mode and the fan step are blinking.
If, after switching on the unit a warning or error message is displayed, please observe the notes in
chapter 7.
Switching the unit off
• Press the <On/Off> key.
The currently active settings will be stored upon shutdown.
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5.3
Menu overview
The following diagram shows the menu overview of the Defensor PH28/PH28A. After switching on,
the unit is in the user level.
User level
In the user level you can define the settings for the normal operating mode (see
chapter 5.4).
BA3
Timer level
In the timer level you can define and activate
the program mode (see chapter 5.5).
^Act
38%rH
Timer
Set
45%rH
On
Set value
Time
42%rH
Mo 12:00
Fan power
Monday 1
Auto1
18:00 45%rH BA3
Operating mode
Monday 2
Humidify
--:-- 45%rH BA0
Buzzer
Sunday 1
On
--:-- 45%rH BA0
Timer
Sunday 2
Adjust
22:00 45%rH BA0
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5.4
Unit settings (normal operating mode)
5.4.1
Setting the desired humidity value
Standard operating display
modify
Set value
Set value
45%rH
Set value
confirm
45%rH
New Value
(see chapter 5.4.2)
Set value
cancel
30...90 %rH
Old Value
Note: The reference humidity value can be modified only if program mode is deactivated (see chapter 5.5).
Setting range:
30...90 %rH
Factory setting:
45 %rH
Notes on setting:
The optimum reference value depends on various factors. For apartments we
recommend a value of 40 – 45 %rH.
Note: After initial commissioning or replacement of the vaporizer mat the humidification performance of the Defensor PH28/PH28A will be slightly reduced be­cause the evaporator mat takes a
few days to become fully saturated with water. Maximum performance is available after one week,
approximately.
Furthermore, the humidification performance depends on the ambient tem­pe­rature.
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5.4.2 Setting the fan step
(see chapter 5.4.1)
modify
Fan power
Fan power
Auto1
Auto1
confirm
Fan power
New Value
cancel
Fan power
(see chapter 5.4.3)
Old Value
1...4 or
Auto1...Auto4
Note: The fan step can be modified only if program mode is deactivated (see chapter 5.5).
Available settings:
1, 2, 3, 4 or Auto1, Auto2, Auto3, Auto4
Operating mode
Fan step
“B” (Humidification)
Behaviour
Auto 1
runs fixed with fan step 1
Auto 2
automatic switching between
fan steps 1..2
Auto 3
automatic switching between
fan steps 1..3
Auto 4
automatic switching between
fan steps 1..4
“R” (Purification)
“K” (Combined mode)
1
runs fixed with fan step 1
2
runs fixed with fan step 2
3
runs fixed with fan step 3
4
runs fixed with fan step 4
Factory setting:
1
Notes on setting:
The fan step to be selected depends on the operating mode and the size of
the room. The table below is meant to assist you in finding the optimum fan
step.
Fan step
max. room volume in m3 for
purification (without humidification)
max. room volume in m3
for humidification
Air changes per hour
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1
2
3
4
320
160
110
80
430
2
420
210
140
105
600
3
600
300
200
150
730
4
750
380
250
190
900
The following recirculation cycles per hour are recommended for air puri­
fication:
– Normal load:
– heavily polluted air (e.g. pollen, smoke, etc.):
1–2
3–4
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5.4.3
Selecting the operating mode
(see chapter 5.4.2)
modify
Operating mode
Humidify
Operating mode
Operating mode
confirm
Humidify
New Value
(see chapter 5.4.4)
Operating mode
cancel
Old Value
Humidify, Purify,
Combi mode
Note: The operating mode can be modified only if program mode is deactivated (see chapter 5.5).
5.4.4
Available settings:
Humidify (air humidification), Purify (air purification without humidification) and
Combi mode (air purification with humidification)
Factory setting:
Humidify
Notes on setting:
The selection of the operating mode depends on whether the Defensor PH28/
PH28A shall be operated as humidifier, as purifier without humidification or
as purifier with humidification. If the unit shall be operated as purifier without
humidification the base tub and the water tank should be emptied.
Switching the buzzer on and off
(see chapter 5.4.3)
modify
Buzzer
Buzzer
Off
Buzzer
confirm
Off
New Value
(see chapter 5.4.5)
Buzzer
cancel
On or Off
Old Value
Available settings:
On (buzzer on) or Off (buzzer off)
Factory setting:
Off
Notes on setting:
If the buzzer is on an acoustic signal is triggered in case of a malfunction or
an irregularity during operation.
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5.4.5
Calling timer level
(see chapter 5.4.4)
Calling timer level
Timer
Timer
Adjust
On
Leaving timer level
(see chapter 5.4.6)
For detailed information regarding the settings in the timer level see chapter 5.5 “program operation”.
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5.5
Program operation
The operation of the Defensor PH28/PH28A can be controlled via customisable operating programs.
These programs allow to operate the unit at a preset time with the requested operating mode and
fan step. This greatly facilitates the adaption of the Defensor PH28/PH28A to your particular requirements (e.g. adjusted to the business hours and/or working time).
Every program consists of a starting point (day of the week and hour), a reference humidity value,
the operating mode and the desired fan step. Up to 2 starting points with individual programs
may be set up per day.
In program mode the current program remains active until the following program starts (on the same
or on any other day).
Tuesday
Thursday
BA0
Sunday 2
––:––
45%rH
BA0
Sunday 1
––:––
45%rH
BA0
12:00
Saturday 2
45%rH
BA0
––:––
Saturday 1
45%rH
BA0
––:––
Friday 2
Friday
Saturday
12:00
00:00
Off
12:00
Saturday 2
00:00
00:00
12:00
00:00
Wednesday
Friday 1
Ref. value 45%rH
Humidification
Fan step 1
12:00
Wednesday 2
12:00
00:00
45%rH
BA1
06:00
Friday 1
45%rH
BA0
––:––
Thursday 2
45%rH
BA0
45%rH
––:––
18:00
Wednesday 2
Thursday 1
––:––
Wednesday 1
40%rH
R1
BA0
––:––
12:00
00:00
12:00
00:00
Tuesday 1
Ref. hum. value 45%rH Ref. hum. value 40%rH
Humidification
Purification
Fan step 3
Fan step 1
Off
Monday
45%rH
BA0
Saturday 2
Tuesday 2
45%rH
BA3
06:00
Tuesday 1
45%rH
BA0
––:––
Monday 2
45%rH
––:––
Monday 1
45%rH
BA0
Example diagram:
Sunday
The program settings and the activation of the program mode takes place in the “Timer level”.
5.5.1
Calling the timer level
Within the user level call the timer level (see chapter 5.4.5). In the timer level:
– you can activate and deactivate the program mode (see chapter 5.5.2)
– you can set the day of the week and the hour (see chapter 5.5.3)
– you can define the individual operating programs with their starting points (see chapter 5.5.4)
Note: If no key is pressed in the timer level for a certain time, the unit automatically returns to standard operation.
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5.5.2
Activating/Deactivating the program mode
(see chapter 5.5.4)
modify
Timer
Timer
On
Timer
confirm
On
New Value
(see chapter 5.5.3)
5.4.3
Timer
cancel
On/Off
Old Value
Available settings:
On (program mode activated) or Off (program mode deactivated)
Factory setting:
Off
Notes on setting:
If program mode is activated the Defensor PH28/PH28A operates time-controlled
with the operating programs (see chapter 4.3.4). If no programs or starting
points are defined the unit operates with the settings of the normal operating
mode.
Setting the current time
(see chapter 5.5.2)
modify
Time
Time
Mo 12:00
Time
confirm
New Value
(see chapter 5.5.4)
Time
cancel
Mo 12:00
see notes on setting
Old Value
Available settings:
Day of the week (Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su)
Hour (Format: hh)
Minute (Format: mm)
Factory setting:
---
Notes on setting:
The current day of the week and the current time serve as basis for the program
mode. If these settings are not set correctly the program timing is wrong.
After calling the modification mode set the current day of the week, the current
hour and the current minute. Confirm each setting with the <Enter> key.
Note: If the Defensor PH28/PH28A has lost the time settings due to power
failure, the time indication (--:--) in the operating display flashes.
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5.5.4
Setting the starting points and the operating programs
(see chapter 5.5.3)
modify
Monday 1
--.-- 45%rH BA0
Monday 1
Monday 1
confirm
New Value
Monday 2
--.-- 45%rH BA0
Monday 1
cancel
--.-- 45%rH H0
see notes on setting
Old Value
Sunday 2
--.-- 45%rH BA0
(see chapter 5.5.2)
First select the desired day of the week or the starting point, respectively (Monday 1, Monday 2 .....
Sunday 1, Sunday 2), then define the operation settings which should become active at the starting
point.
Available settings:
Hours (Format: hh)
Minutes (Format: mm)
Reference humidity value in %rH
Operating mode (“B”: for humidification, “R”: for purification (without humidification) and “K”: for combined mode (purification and humidification))
Fan step (0, 1, 2, 3, 4)
Factory setting:
“– –:– – 45%rH BA0”
Notes on setting:
After calling the modification mode set the hour, the minute, the reference
humidity value, the operating mode and the fan step for the selected starting
point. Confirm each setting with the <Enter> key.
To deactivate a starting point (display: – – : – –) press both arrow keys simultaneously when the hour field flashes. Confirm with the <Enter> key. Repeat
this procedure with the minute field.
The switch off the unit at a certain time select fan step “0”.
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5.6
Locking/unlocking the keyboard
The keyboard of the Defensor PH28/PH28A can be locked to prevent unauthorized access to the
stored settings.
Key lock
Set
50%rH
Act
30%rH
Set
50%rH
BA3
• To lock the keyboard, press <ESC> key until (approx. 4 seconds) the
adjacent message appears in the display. The keyboard is locked now.
Each time you press any key the adjacent message appears again.
• To unlock the keyboard, press <ESC> key until (approx. 4 seconds)
the message “Key lock” disappears and the operating display is
shown.
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6
Maintenance
6.1
Maintenance intervals
The Defensor PH28/PH28A can only provide full humidification and purification performance if the unit
is regularly cleaned and the wearing parts are replaced. The maintenance intervals mostly depend
on the load of the ambient air, the water quality and the operating time.
Please consider the intervals for cleaning and replacing the individual components in the table below
as approximate values. If the room air is heavily contaminated the filters must be cleaned/replaced
more often. If the water is very hard the parts in contact with water must be cleaned more often.
every 2 weeks
Warning 6
As soon as the message
Filter change
appears or at least every 6 month
Note: If the silver ionisation electrodes are worn, slime will accumulate in the base tub and on the
rotary humidification drum. In this case replace the silver ionisation elec­trodes.
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6.2
Maintenance work
6.2.1
Disassembling the unit
1
Switch off the Defensor PH28 and
disconnect the unit from the mains
(pull the mains plug out of the
socket). Defensor PH28A only:
close the shut-off valve in the water supply line.
4
2
3
Press the snap and fold out the
water tank cart.
5
Pull out the handle and slide the
cart out of the unit.
CAUTION! In order to avoid water
damage, immediatelly remove any
spilled water on the floor and on the
components of the unit.
6
2.
1.
Tip the swivel plate upwards.
7
Carefully take out the humidification
drum together with the base tub.
CAUTION! In order to avoid water
damage, immediatelly remove any
spilled water on the floor and on the
components of the unit.
Remove the air intake grills located
on both sides of the unit
8
Remove the retaining mesh and
the vaporizer mat from the humidification drum (observe the illustration).
Remove the retainer frame, then
take out the filter mat.
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6.2.2
Cleaning work
Unit component
What to clean and how to clean
Base tub, Retaining net,
Rotary humidification drum
• Wash parts with a lukewarm soap solution and rinse
well with tap water.
• Occasionally remove scale coating with a household
decalcify agent (observe safety notes in chapter 6.3).
Finally rinse the parts well with tap water.
Water tank
• Flush water tank with a lukewarm soap solution and
rinse well with tap water.
• Wash screw cap with a lukewarm soap solution and
rinse well with tap water.
Occasionally remove scale coating with a household
decalcify agent (observe safety notes in chapter 6.3).
Finally rinse the screw cap well with tap water.
Evaporator mat
• Rinse the evaporator mat thoroughly with lukewarm
water without any additives.
Note: As soon as the filter replacing message appears
in the display (see error messages in chapter 7) replace
the evaporator mat together with the coarse dust filters
(Quattro filters).
Air intake and air outlet grills
• Clean the air intake and air outlet grills on both sides
with a vacuum cleaner.
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Unit component
What to clean and how to clean
Coarse dust filters (Quattro filters)
• Clean the coarse dust filters (Quattro filters) on the inner
side with a vacuum cleaner (lowest power step).
Note: As soon as the filter replacing message appears
in the display (see error messages in chapter 7) replace
coarse dust filters (Quattro filters) together with the
evaporator mat evaporator mat.
CAUTION! Make sure the filters do not get wet. Wet filters
must be dry before reinstalling.
Water filter
(PH28A only)
• Unmount and check water filter. If necessary clean water
filter with a brush, then rinse filter well with tap water.
Remount water filter.
Level switch
Safety switch
Silver ionisation electrodes
• Carefully wipe the level switch , the safety switch and
the silver ionisation electrodes with a damp cloth.
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6.3
Notes on cleaning agent
Only use cleaning agents stated in the table above. The use of disinfectants is only permitted
if they do not leave any toxic residues. In any case the parts must be thoroughly rinsed with water
after cleaning.
DANGER!
Household decalcify agent attacks the mucous membranes and the skin. Protect the hands, eyes
and respiratory tracts therefore from contact with the agent and its vapour (wear gloves, goggles
and work in a well ventilated room or outside).
CAUTION!
Do not use any solvents, aromatised or halogenised hydrocarbons or other aggressive
substances, they may damage the unit components.
The information and instructions regarding cleaning agents are to be unconditionally observed and
implemented. In particular: Information relating to the protection of personnel, environmental conservation and restrictions regarding usage.
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6.4
Reassembly of the unit
CAUTION!
Before reassembling the Defensor PH28 check all components for possible damage. Do not reuse
damaged parts but replace them before reassembling the unit
Reassemble the unit as follows:
1
2
Install the vaporizer mat and the
retaining mesh in the humidification drum.
4
Slide the humidification drum (with
the internal geared wheel facing
backwards) together with the base
tub into the unit.
5
3
Place the coarse dust filter with
the blue side facing upwards (facing to the centre when mounted) or
the Quattro filter with the fluffy
side facing the bottom (facing
outwards when mounted) in the
air intake grills, then mount the
retainer frame.
6
1.
3.
2.
Mount the air intake grill, then tip
the swivel plate down.
Slide the water tank cart into the
unit.
Press the lock mechanism of the
handle on both sides of the cart (the
handle slides down), then tip up the
cart until the lock engages.
Important! After reinstalling the
water tank wait by the unit until the
filling sound stops.
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6.5
Resetting the filter changing message
After the replacement of the filters and the evaporator mat the filter changing message can be reset as follows:
1. Switch on the unit (the filter changing message appears).
Warning 6
Filter change
Filter change
ESC
OK
2. Press the <ESC> and <Enter> keys simultaneously until the opposite
message appears.
3. Press the <Enter> key to reset the filter changing message and the
interval counter. The standard operating display appears.
Note: By pressing the <ESC> key the reset procedure can be cancelled without action. The filter changing message is then displayed
again.
6.6
Repair work
Note: Except for the change of the fuse and the replacement of damaged parts revealed upon maintenance, the customer must not carry out any repair work.
Replacement of the unit fuse
1. Shut down the Defensor PH28 and disconnect the unit from the mains (pull the mains plug out
of the socket).
2. Remove the water tank carriage (see chapter 5.1).
3. Loosen the screws of the terminal cover, then remove the cover.
4. Pull out the fuse holder.
5. Replace the fuse.
Make sure the data of the new fuse are in accordance with the following specifications:
– Units for 200…240V/50…60Hz mains:
fuse type 1.25A, slow-blow
– Units for 110…120V/50…60Hz mains:
fuse type 2.5A, slow-blow
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The operating voltage is specified on the type plate located inside the unit.
DANGER!
Never use fuses that do not match the above specifications and do not bypass blown fuses as
this could rise danger to persons or material assets
6. Reinstall the fuse holder, the press the holder down until it properly engages.
7. Mount the terminal cover and tighten both mounting screws.
8. Insert and lock the water tank carriage (see chapter 5.1).
9. Reconnect the unit to the mains.
Replacing the ionizer electrodes
1. Shut down the Defensor PH28 and disconnect the unit from the mains (pull the mains plug out
of the socket).
2. Remove the water tank carriage (see chapter 5.1) and tip the swivel plate up.
3. Replace the ionizer electrodes according to the opposite figure.
4. Tip the swivel plate down.
5. Insert and lock the water tank carriage (see chapter 5.1).
6. Reconnect the unit to the mains.
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7
Fault elimination
7.1
Event messages
Display
Description
Radio sensor K1
Cause:
Install.? ESC/E
Action:
Radio sensor K1
Cause:
Test
Action:
7.2
If a new battery is inserted into the radio humidity sensor (option) and the radio channel of the radio humidity sensor does
not correspond to the active channel of the Defensor PH28/
PH28A a beep sounds briefly (if the buzzer is activated) and a
new radio channel (e.g. K1) will be proposed.
Press the <Enter> key if you want to confirm the suggested
channel. The Defensor PH28/PH28A switches to the new channel and returns to the standard operating display.
Press the <ESC> key if you want to reject the suggested channel.
The Defensor PH28/PH28A returns to the standard operating
display and uses the old signal source.
If a new battery is inserted into the radio humidity sensor (option) and the radio channel of the radio humidity sensor does
correspond to the active channel of the Defensor PH28/PH28A
a beep sounds briefly (if the buzzer is activated) and the unit
confirms the correct channel.
To reset the message and to return to the standard operating
display press the <Enter> or the <ESC> key.
Warning messages
Display
Warning 6
red LED
Buzzer
Error relay
Resetting
lights
–––
activated
see chapter 6.5.
Filter change
Warning message is alternating with the standard
operating display.
Cause:
Maximum lifetime of the filter set expired.
Action/Remedy:Replace filter set (see chapter 6 “Maintenance”), then reset warning message.
Warning 7
lights
–––
activated
No water
Warning message is displayed until the water level in
the base tub is ok. again.
Automatic resetting as
soon as the water level
in the base tub is at normal
level again.
Note:
This message is displayed only on the Defensor PH28
Cause:
The water level in the base tub is too low, level switch has triggered.
Action/Remedy:Check/refill water tank.
Warning 8
Battery radio
lights
beeps briefly activated
every 30 minutes
Automatic resetting after
replacement of the battery.
Warning message is alternating with the standard
operating display.
Cause:
Battery in radio humidity sensor (option) is empty.
Action/Remedy:Replace battery of the radio humidity sensor (see separate instructions of radio humidity
sensor).
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7.3
Error messages
Display
Error 1
red LED
Buzzer
Error relay
Resetting
flashes
–––
activated
Automatic resetting as
soon as the water tank
carriage (PH28) or the
side cover (PH28A) is
inserted correctly and
locked.
Cover open
Error message is displayed
until the water tank carriage
(PH28) or the side cover
(PH28A) is inserted correctly
and locked.
Cause:
Water tank carriage (PH28) or side cover (PH28A) not inserted and locked.
Action/Remedy:Correctly insert water tank carriage (PH28) or side cover (PH28A) and lock it.
Error 2
flashes
Max Niveau
buzzes loudly
(can not be
switched off)
activated
Switch unit off, then on
again.
Error message is displayed
until reset.
Cause:
Maximum water level in the base tub exceeded. Safety switch has triggered.
PH28: water tank not tight (tank cap not tight and/or level regulating valve in the tank cap
blocked or defective).
PH28A: inlet valve defective.
Action/Remedy:PH28: Remove the tank immediately. Check/clean filler neck, tank cap and level regulating
valve in tank cap (replace tank cap if necessary), then close tank cap correctly.
PH28A: check/replace inlet valve.
Error 3
flashes
buzzes
activated
Filltime
Switch unit off, then on
again.
Error message is displayed
until reset.
Note:
Cause:
This message is displayed only on the Defensor PH28A
Shut-off valve in the water supply line closed. Internal water filter (near to the inlet valve)
blocked. Inlet valve defective.
Action/Remedy:open shut-off valve in the water supply line. Clean water filter (see chapter 6.3). Check/replace
inlet valve.
Error 4
No signal
Error message is alternating
with the standard operating
display.
Cause:
flashes
beeps briefly
every 6 minutes
activated
Automatic resetting as
soon as the unit receives a signal from the
radio humidity sensor.
The Defensor PH28/PH28A does not receive any signal from the radio humidity sensor (option). Battery of the radio humidity sensor soon empty or radio humidity sensor defective.
Radio humidity sensor installed outside the signal range of 25 m.
Note: As long as the unit does not receive any signal from the radio humidity sensor it switches
to the internal humidity sensor.
Action/Remedy:Replace the battery of the radio humidity sensor. Check/replace radio humidity sensor. Install
radio humidity sensor inside the signal range.
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7.4
What, if...?
The following table lists symptoms of malfunction that may occur in daily operation of the Defensor
PH28/PH28A, together with possible causes and suggested remedies.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Unit does not work, LC display Unit is not connected to the mains. Connect unit to the mains.
remains dark
Unit fuse blown.
Have a service technician of
your Defensor supplier check
the unit.
Unit does not humidify.
Humidifier drum does not turn.
Humidifier drum not correctly
installed.
Correctly install humidifier drum.
Gear wheel of the humidifier drum
must engage in the driving gear
wheel.
Ambient air humidity is higher
than selected reference value.
No remedy required, change reference humidity value if necessary.
Level switch is defective. There- Have a service technician of your
fore no error message is displayed Defensor supplier replace the
even though the water level in the level switch
base tub is too low.
Room air does not reach the
set reference humidity value.
Evaporator mat not installed.
Install evaporator mat.
Room temperature too high.
Reduce room temperature to 2022°C.
Unit very dirty.
Perform maintenance (see
chapter 6)
Doors or windows are open.
Close doors and windows.
Prolonged ventilation of the room. Ventilate room only a short time!
Therefore continuous replacement of the humidified room air
by dry outdoor air.
Room to large.
Contact your Defensor supplier.
Actual humidity much higher The actual humidity is higher than Let unit running as air purifier.
than the reference value.
the set reference air humidity.
Fan does not run
Humidification mode “Humidifica- None. Unit is working properly.
tion” selected. Ambient humidity
is higher than selected reference
value.
Unit is in program mode. The cur- None. Unit is working properly.
rently active program sets the fan
step to “0”.
Fan defective.
Contact your Defensor supplier.
Base tub and rotary humidifi- Silver coating on the water ionisa- Have a service technician of
your Defensor supplier replace
cation drum have heavy slime tion electrodes is worn.
the water ionisation electrodes.
accumulation.
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7.5
Notes on fault elimination
DANGER!
For the elimination of faults set the Defensor PH28/PH28A out of operation, separate the unit
from the mains and secure it against inadvertent power-up.
The elimination of faults must be carried out only by qualified and well trained professionals.
Malfunctions relating to the electrical installation must only be repaired by authorized personnel or
by your Defensor representative’s service technician.
Repair work and the replacement of faulty components must be carried out only by your Defensor
representative’s service technician!
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8
Taking out of service/Disposal
8.1
Taking out of service
If the Defensor PH28/PH28A must be replaced or if the unit is not needed any more, proceed as
follows:
1. Switch off the unit, separate it from the mains and secure it against inadvertent power-up. Close
shut-off valve in the water supply line (PH28A only).
2. Have the unit (and all other system components, if necessary) unmounted by a qualified service
technician.
8.2
Disposal/Recycling
At the end of the life-span the unit and its components must be returned to the manufacturer or
brought to an authorised collection point for correct disposal and/or recycling according to the local
regulations.
In case of doubt please contact your local administration or your Defensor supplier.
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9
Unit specifications
Dimensions (B x H x T)
800 x 750 x 440 mm
Weight (empty)
43 kg
Operating weight
73 kg
Water tank capacity
30 l
Mains voltage
220…240VAC/50…60Hz oder 90…110VAC/50…60Hz
Power consumption
max. 128 W
Capacity levels 1)
1
2
3
4
Air circulation rate
320 m3/h
420 m3/h
600 m3/h
750 m3/h
Humidification capacity
(at 25 °C and 20 %rh)
1.7 l/h
2.1 l/h
2.4 l/h
2.7 l/h
Humidification capacity
(at 23 °C and 45 %rh)
0.9 l/h
1.2 l/h
1.4 l/h
1.6 l/h
For rooms up to a max. of
430 m3
600 m3
730 m3
900 m3
Sound pressure level
40 dBA
48 dBA
54 dBA
58 dBA
Sound power level
(according EN ISO 3741)
54 dBA
62 dBA
68 dBA
72 dBA
Admissible ambient temperature
5…40 °C
Admissible ambient humidity
0…85 %rh non condensing
Unit version PH28A
1)
– Water supply connector
G 3/4" (female connector)
– Admissible water pressure
0.5…6.0 bar
– Admissible water temperature
5…40 °C
Certificates
VDE, GS, CE, GOST
The perfomance data are based on a unit with basic equipment for humidifier operation
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10
Appendix
10.1
Wiring diagram
PH28
Display
Keypad&LED
U1
S5
7
1
X9
1
10
1
X23
S4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Steuerprint PH27
300000642.000
Index XX
Art.Nr. XXXXXXX
X14
T2
P1 X15
X16
X9
+5V
4
3
2
1
X22
S3
1
2
3
4
5
X21
T1
1
U3
F1
+24V
+24V
1.25 AT
X17
+24V
U2
2 1
5 4 3 2 1
2 1
1 2
X10
X13
X12
X6
L1
L
N
PE
X4
X3
St. 1 (ws)
St. 2 (rt)
St. 3 (gu)
St. 4 (sw)
C2 (bn)
122 V
146 V
172 V
230 V
N (bl)
C1 (ge)
PE (gn/ge)
PE
M
P (bl)
N (sw)
M
PE
M2
PE (gn/ge)
X1
L1
L
N
PE
L1
L
N
PE
115 VAC
230 VAC
1 2 3
X5
X5
B1
B2
+24V
B3
Y1
S1
B1/B2
B3
F1
M1
M2
P1
S1
S3
S4
S5
Y2
Ionisation electrodes
Level switch
Fuse control board (1.25 A, slow acting)
4-step fan
Drum motor
Potentiometer display contrast
Safety switch
Micro switch side cover
Micro switch air intake grill 1
Micro switch air intake grill 2
U1
U2
U3
T1
T2
X5
X9
Y1
Y2
Internal humidity sensor
Radio receiver (option)
External radio humidity sensor (option)
Transformer control board
Transformer fan
Error contact, max. 250 VAC
Programming interface
Inlet valve (PH28A only)
Inlet safety valve (PH28A only)
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10.2
Spare parts list PH28
1
36
2
3
4
7
5
6
37
8
9
52
21
10
51
11
22
12
50
13
23
14
15
53
17
54
24
18
20
19
55
31
38
32
26
16
18
27
28
34
33
35
25
29
30
56
44
Pos.
Art.-No.
Spare parts designation
1
2560541
2561710
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1109392
2560927
2560916
2533163
1103725
1115515
2560896
1103722
1103719
1103936
1106228
1109907
1103286
1110666
1102217
1100034
1110153
1116469
1103714
2560893
1103737
1114709
2561711
Outlet grill
Outlet grill special color
(RAL or NCS code according type plate)
Fan cpl.
Keyboard foil
Synchronous motor cpl.
Tothed belt pulley for motor
Toothed belt
Display LCD
Control PCB
Transformer cpl.
Humidity sensor cpl.
Support Mesh
Z85 Coarse dust filter (2 pcs)
Z26 Quattro filter (2 pcs)
Filter frame
Microswitch door lock
Drive wheel cpl.
Mains lead CH
Mains lead EU
Mains lead Singapore
Microswitch filter wall
Roller (2 pcs)
Retainer spring cpl.
Air Intake grill (2 pcs)
Air Intake grill special color (2 pcs)
(RAL or NCS code according type plate)
Handle
Door locking set
Stop lever cpl. (left)
Stop lever cpl. (right)
Door arresting set
Hinged plate cpl.
Insulation cap + socket (2 pcs)
Support ionisation electrode cpl. (2 pcs)
Ionisation electrode (2 pcs)
Level switch
Humidification drum
Z87 Evaporator mat neutral
Z57 AC-evaporator mat
Retaining net
Base tub cpl.
Bearings and rollers (4 pcs)
Radio humidity sensor
Receiver module
Fuse 5x20 1.25A T (3 pcs)
Fuse 5x20 2.5A T (3 pcs)
Ionisation cable
Caster
Water tank
Tightener
Gasket level control valve ø84
Level control valve
Level safety switch
Water tank carriage
Water tank carriage special color
(RAL or NCS code according type plate)
Filling hose
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
--50
51
52
53
54
55
56
---
2560889
1102394
2560883
2560884
1103732
2560917
2524412
2525859
1115356
2560898
1110529
1100465
1110398
2560894
1109953
1101326
2524759
2525353
1102957
2560932
1119520
2560888
1101592
2560885
1110179
1104407
2560897
1117040
2561712
1115357
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10.3
Spare parts list PH28A
1
36
2
3
4
5
6
60 62
7
61
37
8
9
10
21
11
63
12
13
22
14
15
17
24
18
20
26
19
64
31
38
32
16
27
28
34
33
35
25
29
30
23
65
Pos.
Art.-No.
Spare parts designation
1
2560541
2561710
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1109392
2560927
2560916
2533163
1103725
1115515
2560896
1103722
1103719
1103936
1106228
1109907
1103286
1110666
1102217
1100034
1110153
1116469
1103714
2560893
1103737
1114709
2561711
Outlet grill
Outlet grill special color
(RAL or NCS code according type plate)
Fan cpl.
Keyboard foil
Synchronous motor cpl.
Tothed belt pulley for motor
Toothed belt
Display LCD
Control PCB
Transformer cpl.
Humidity sensor cpl.
Support Mesh
Z85 Coarse dust filter (2 pcs)
Z26 Quattro filter (2 pcs)
Filter frame
Microswitch door lock
Drive wheel cpl.
Mains lead CH
Mains lead EU
Mains lead Singapore
Microswitch filter wall
Roller (2 pcs)
Retainer spring cpl.
Air Intake grill (2 pcs)
Air Intake grill special color (2 pcs)
(RAL or NCS code according type plate)
Handle
Door locking set
Stop lever cpl. (left)
Stop lever cpl. (right)
Door arresting set
Hinged plate cpl.
Insulation cap + socket (2 pcs)
Support ionisation electrode cpl. (2 pcs)
Ionisation electrode (2 pcs)
Level switch
Humidification drum
Z87 Evaporator mat neutral
Z57 AC-evaporator mat
Retaining net
Base tub cpl.
Bearings and rollers (4 pcs)
Radio humidity sensor
Receiver module
Fuse 5x20 1.25A T (3 pcs)
Fuse 5x20 2.5A T (3 pcs)
Ionisation cable
Valve unit cpl.
Water supply armored
Flat gasket ø24/17 x 2 (5 pcs)
Gasket 3/4" / ø24xø15 x 2mm (5 pcs)
Level safety switch A-type
Side cover A-type
Side cover A-type special color
(RAL or NCS code according type plate)
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2560889
1102394
2560883
2560884
1103732
2560917
2524412
2525859
1115356
2560898
1110529
1100465
1110398
2560894
1109953
1101326
2524759
2525353
1102957
2560932
1119520
2525260
2560895
2542955
2543402
2560924
2560933
2561713
© Walter Meier (Climate International) Ltd. 2011, Printed in Switzerland
Technical modifications reserved
Consulting, Sales and Service:
Solutions for Indoor Climate
Reg.No. 40002-2
Manufacturer:
Walter Meier (Climate International) Ltd.
Talstr. 35-37, P.O. Box, CH-8808 Pfäffikon (Switzerland)
Phone +41 55 416 61 11, Fax +41 55 416 62 62
www.waltermeier.com, international.climate@waltermeier.com
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