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WPC-15000
Owner’s
Manual
WPC-15000
/ WPC-15003
Owner’s Manual
Please read and save these instructions. Read carefully before attempting to assemble, install, operate or maintain the product described.
Protect yourself and others by observing all safety information. Failure to comply with instructions
could result in personal injury and / or property damage! Retain instructions for future reference.
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Portable Air Conditioners
DescripƟon
AmeriCool by Weltem Portable Air Condi oners feature spot cooling for large areas where cooling of the en re area is not prac cal.
A dedicated spot cooling thermostat controls the unit in this applica on. These air condi oners can also be used in smaller areas
for room cooling.
A control panel provides ease of use and contains a self-diagnos c
func on and display, showing opera ng modes, room and set
temperatures, and faults. If an abnormal opera on occurs, a visual
display of the fault is shown. Caster wheels are included for easy
portability. Suitable applica ons include: a factory or work place,
industrial kitchen, computer room, emergency cooling, outdoor
event, etc.
WPC-15000, WPC-15003
Figure 1
Unpacking
A er unpacking the unit, carefully inspect unit for any damage that may have occurred during
transit. Check for any loose, missing, or damaged parts.
SpecificaƟons
Model No.
Power Supply Ph-V-Hz
Cooling Capacity Btu/h
Power Consumpon Wa s
EER Btu/Wh
WPC-15000
Single Phase, 220V, 60Hz
60,000
5000
12.0
WPC-15003
3 phases, 460V, 60Hz
71,000
5400
13.2
Model No.
Nema Plug
Power Cord
Gauge AWG
Power Cord Length
Dimensions
W x D x H - in. (mm)
WPC-15000
6-50 P
8
6
WPC-15003
Terminal type
10
6
Model No.
Weight (Net / Gross) Lbs(kg)
No. of Cool Air
Outlets Pcs
Condensate tank
Gallons(Liters)
Ambient temperature
range °F( °C)
WPC-15000
(661 / 694) 300 / 315
WPC-15003
(694 / 727) 315 / 330
3
Auto Pump
Included
64~113 (18~45)
1
735 x 1310 x 1520
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SpecificaƟons (ConƟnued)
Model No.
Se ng temperature
(Room cool mode) °F( °C)
Se ng temperature
(Spot cool mode) °F( °C)
64~86 (18~30)
32~86 (0~30)
WPC-15000
WPC-15003
Model No.
Applica on Area
(Room cool mode) ²(m²)
Refrigerant
Type / oz(g)
WPC-15000
1700 (159)
R-410A
/ 112 (3200)
2045 (190)
R-410A
/ 109 (3100)
WPC-15003
Design Pressure - Hi/
Low Psig
465 / 250
Model No.
Indoor Air Flow
CFM(CMM)
Wheels
pcs / diameter
Hot Air Duct Diameter In.(mm)
Maximum Duct Length
(m)
WPC-15000
1700 (48)
4 / 127mm
20 (500)
100 (30)
WPC-15003
1900 (53)
4 / 127mm
20 (500)
100 (30)
Safety Devices
Compressor overload protector, An -freezing thermister,
Full drain tank switch, Automa c restart (Power interrup on), Compressor me delay program, High pressure
switch
Features
Temperature control, Self-diagnos c func on, Two speed
fan, Op onal drain pump kit, Washable filters, °F( °C)
display, Off- mer
General Safety InformaƟon
Please read this manual carefully for instruc ons on correct installa on and usage. Please read
all safeguards.
1. Transport and store the unit in an upright posi on only. Leave unit in an upright posi on for at
least 3 hours before first use.
2. Always place the unit on an even, level surface.
3. Ensure the unit is connected to a grounded power supply of the correct ra ng / capacity.
4. The unit will cool when the room temperature is between 18°C (64.4°F) ~ 45°C(113°F) depending on the thermostat se ng.
5. DO NOT use this unit for func ons other than those described in this instruc on manual.
6. DO NOT lt the unit.
7. DO NOT cover or obstruct the unit’s inlet and outlet grilles.
8. DO NOT use the unit in areas where it will be exposed to rain or water.
9. NEVER unplug the unit while it is opera ng.
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DO NOT use the unit in wet environments, such as a laundry room, to avoid
the risk of electrical shock.
10. DO NOT place any foreign objects on the unit.
11. DO NOT operate the unit with wet or damp hands.
12. DO NOT allow chemical substances to come into contact with the unit.
13. DO NOT operate the unit in the presence of flammable substances or vapors such as alcohols,
pes cides, gasoline, etc.
DO NOT operate the unit in explosive or flammable environments.
14. DO NOT use the plug to start and to stop the unit. Always use the control panel to start and
to stop the unit.
15. Always turn off the unit when it is not in use and unplug the power plug from the electrical
outlet.
16. Always turn the unit off and unplug the main power plug from the electrical outlet before
cleaning, moving or performing maintenance.
17. AVOID the use of adapter plugs or extension cords. If it is necessary to use an extension cord
or an adapter plug to operate the unit, ensure that they are correctly rated for the applicaon. Consult a local qualified lectrician and all local electrical codes to ensure proper setup.
Any extension cord used with this device must be rated for a minimum of 20A.
18. DO NOT unplug the unit by pulling on the electrical cord. Keep electrical cord away from heat
sources and always completely unroll the cord to avoid overhea ng. If the power cord becomes damaged, a qualified service agent, qualified electrician, or similarly qualified person
must replace it, in order to avoid a hazard or shock.
DO NOT operate a unit with a damaged power cord.
19. The filters must be used with the product at all mes. When the filters are removed for cleaning, always ensure that the unit has been turned off and unplugged from the electrical outlet.
20. Regularly clean the filters to maintain efficiency. If the filters are not cleaned regularly, the
units output performance and efficiency will decline and energy consump on will increase.
21. DO NOT operate the unit with a damaged power cord or plug, a er it malfunc ons, has been
dropped or damaged.
22. Only use in the upright posi on on an even, flat surface. Unit must be posi oned at least 24
inches (60 cm) from the nearest object in any direc on.
23. Stop opera on immediately if abnormal noise or odor is no ced. Contact a local service
center.
24. Appliance is not to used by children or persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabili es, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruc on.
25. Children being supervised not to play with appliance.
26. That the appliance shall be installed in accordance with na onal wiring regula ons.
27. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Assembly
COMPONENT PARTS
Cool air outlet
Top fan exhaust flange
Display / Control board
Handle
Condenser / filter
Evaporator / filter
Condenser / filter
Electrical access panel
Drain pump included
Drain pump hose connector
Caster
Figure 2
Figure 3
Front and Right Side View
Figure 4
Back and Le Side View
POWER CORD HOLDER
DISCHARGE DUCTS
/SUPPLY AIR DUCT
1. Take out the cord holder
from the accessory box.
2. Place the cord holder on
the back side of air condioner.
3. Use screws (enclosed inside of
accessory box ith cord
holder)to install the cord
holder on the air condioner
as shown in Figure 4.
1. Remove cool air outlet hose(s) from
carton.
2. Place the cool air outlet hose(s) on
the front top of air condioner.
3. Use screws (enclosed inside of box
with cool air outlet hose(s) to install
the cool air outlet hose(s)
on the air condioner as shown in
Figure 5.
Figure 5
TOP FAN EXHAUST FLANGE
1. Remove the top fan exhaust flange from carton.
2. Place the top fan exhaust flange on the top of air
condioner.
3. Use screws (enclosed inside of box with the top fan
exhaust flange) to install the top fan exhaust flange on air
condioner as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 6
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InstallaƟon
WARNINGS REGARDING PROPER LOCATION FOR INSTALLATION
Do not use the unit in explosive environments or in areas where flammable
gas leakage may occur.
Do not use the unit in areas where it will be exposed to rain or water.
Do not use the unit in a corrosive atmosphere.
Do not use the unit above 18°C(64°F) ~ 45°C(113°F).
Do not install the unit on uneven or sloping surface. The unit may roll or
topple over even if the casters are set to the locked posiƟon.
MOVING THE UNIT
Unlock the casters and push the unit using the side handles to a flat, level surface and set the
caster brakes to the locked posi on.
PLUGGING IN THE UNIT
Check the prongs and surface of the power cord plug for dust/dirt. If dust and/or dirt are present, wipe off with a clean, dry cloth.
Check the power cord, plug and prongs for damage or excess play.
If any damage or excess play is found, contact a qualified repair technician or a qualified electrician to perform replacement or repair of the power cord, plug or prongs.
If the power cord or plug is damaged, repair should only be performed by
qualified electrical personnel.
Do not connect / disconnect the power cord or aƩempt to operate buƩons
with wet hands. This could result in electrical shock.
NOTE: Make sure the AC outlet is free of dirt, dust, oil, water, or any other foreign material.
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OperaƟon
CONTROL PANEL
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Figure 6 1
8
2
5
3
6
4
1. POWER BUTTON: Ac vates unit when POWER BUTTON is pressed. (Fan starts on low speed). If
power bu on is pressed during opera on, unit stops.
2. BLOWER BUTTON: Changes fan speed from (Low) to (High) when pressed.
3. SPOT/COOL BUTTON: Ac vates compressor and begins producing cool air 5 seconds a er button is pressed. Regulates temperature based on outlet cool air temperature.
4. ROOM/COOL BUTTON: Ac vates compressor and produces cool air 5 seconds a er bu on is
pressed. Regulates temperature based on inlet ambient air temperature.
5. SET TEMP BUTTONS: Change target temperature/data value by +/- 1. Change data value by +/10 by pressing con nually. Press the SET TEMP BUTTONS to set temperature. Upper bu on is
to heighten temperature and Lower bu on is to lower temperture.
6. ALARM: Alarm indicator lights (blinks) and indicates abnormal system opera on. If Alarm occurs, compressor stops. System opera on stops when ALARM light is ac vated (blinks) longer
than 3 minutes.
7. CURRENT TEMP: Displays current room temperature in display in Fahrenheit. (In Room Cool
Mode only). SPOT/COOL Mode – Displays outlet (cool air) temperature during normal operaons. In order to change °F to °C, press SPOT/COOL and ROOM/COOL bu ons together for 2
seconds. C will blink 2 mes and Figure will change to °C. ALARM codes blink and are displayed
when abnormal opera on occurs.
NOTE: Canadian version shows the temperature in Celsius first when you turn on the unit.
8. TARGET TEMP: displays the unit set temperature for ROOM/COOL mode only.
OFF-TIMER: Enter to Timer Se ng Mode if you press BLOWER Bu on and SPOT/COOL Bu on
together for 1 seconds. Press UP/DOWN Bu on to set the mer un l it shows the figure you
want to set. A er 5 seconds, the figure will be memorized and the compressor will stop a er the
me set.
AUTO RESTART: If the unit goes off due to an electrical interrup on, the unit will automa cally
restart when the power resumes.
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Maintenance
FILTER CLEANING (See Figures 7 and 8)
There are three filters in the unit. The evaporator filter is located at the front of the unit. The
condenser filters are located at the side of the unit.
1. loosen up 2 bolts on the front filter guard.
2. Slide filter up and use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust from the filter.
3. If the filter is heavily covered with dust and dirt, warm water and mild soap or neutral detergent may be used to wash the filter. Do not use any other chemicals to clean filter, as they will
likely damage the filter.
4. Dry the filter in a shaded area before replacing it. Do not operate the unit without the filter
installed and the filter guard in the closed posi on.
5. Replace the clean filter and close the filter guard.
6. To clean the condenser filters, li up on the side filters from the middle bar slightly and then
angle the filters outwards from the bo om and remove.
7.Use the same cleaning procedure as above (3 – 5).
8. To replace the condenser filter, place the top of the filter in the guide and slide the filter up
un l the bo om of the filter clears the frame. Then push the bo om of filter into the guide
and let filter gently fall inside the guide.
NOTE: For effec ve cooling clean the filter at least every 2 weeks.
– Loosen up 2 bolts on
the front filter guard.
– Slide filter up and use
a vacuum cleaner to remove
the dust from the filter.
Figure 7 – Removing Filters
Figure 8 – Removal of Dust
– Remove dust from the filter
using a vacuum cleaner
hose aachment.
– If required wash the filter in
lukewarm water with a mild
detergent. Leave to dry in
a shaded area before
reinstalling.
Do not operate without the filter fiƩed.
Do not operate the unit with a damaged cord or plug, aŌer the unit malfuncƟons, or if the unit has been dropped or damaged.
– For your convenience, record the complete model number and product name (located on the
Product Iden fica on Plate), the purchase date, purchase loca on, serial number, and warranty
period in the table below.
– Also, a ach your purchase receipt as proof of purchase to this instruc on manual for future
reference.
– To ensure your product is covered by warranty, the complete faulty product along with your
original purchase receipt must be provided at the place of purchase.
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Maintenance (ConƟnued)
– To ensure your product is covered by warranty, the complete faulty product along with your
original purchase receipt must be provided at the place of purchase.
Product
Portable Air CondiƟoner
Model No.
Date of Purchase
Place of Purchase
Serial No.
Period of Warranty
Customer: Please read and keep this
manual for future reference and keep
sales receipt as proof of purchase.
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CODES (See Table 1)
The alarm light is ac vated if abnormal opera on occurs, and a code is displayed on the control
panel. The compressor and condenser fan motor will stop opera ng. The evaporator fan will connue to run for 3 minutes. If the fault is rec fied within 3 minutes, the unit will resume operaon. If the fault persists for more than 3 minutes, the evaporator fan also stops. The fault must
be rec fied before the unit can resume normal opera on.
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SELF-DIAGNOSTIC ALARM CODES
Problem
Cause
Correc ve Ac on
• Indoor heat
• Do not use the air
exchanger temperaFrost preven on
condi oner if ambient
ture too low
sensor and Abnormal
temperature is lower
• TH3 temperature
temperature sensor
than 18°C (64°F)
sensor has a loose
value
• Contact a qualified
or broken connecservice agent
on
• Clean air filter
• Blocked air filter
• Ensure exhaust duct is
• Blocked / kinked
not blocked / kinked
Refrigerant high
exhaust duct
• Do not use the air
pressure switch
• Ambient temperacondi oner if ambient
ture is too high
temperature is higher
than 45°C (113°F)
TH1(Outlet) temAbnormal temperaperature sensor has
Contact a qualified service
ture sensor value
a loose or broken
agent
connec on
TH2(Inlet) temAbnormal temperaperature sensor has a Contact a qualified service
ture sensor value
loose or
agent
broken connec on
• Do not use the air
• Ambient temperacondi oner if ambient
ture is too high
temperature is higher
Compressor over• Unstable voltage
than 45°C (113°F)
loaded
supply
• Contact a qualified
• Defec ve compresservice agent
sor
• Replace compressor
Drain pump defec ve
• Check the aconnec on
or improper hose conDrain pump alarm
and hose
nec on (including kink
• Replace drain pump
or blockage)
Table 1- Alarm Codes
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Wiring Diagram
TB
POWER
1P AC 208 / 230V
NO.1
COMP’
TIMER
(DEALY 20 seconds)
(TH1)
NO.2
COMP’
(TH2)
(TH3)
DRAIN
PUMP
L-1
RELAY
RELAY
Figure 9 - Circuit Wiring Diagram (WPC-15000)
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Wiring Diagram
PHASE
PROTECTOR
C(CM) R(L1)
B(NC) S(L2)
TR
A(NO) T(L3)
MB
E
R
S
380/440V
220V
T
MC1
POWER
3P AC 380V / 50HZ
3P AC 460V / 60HZ
OCR1
R
R
S
S
T
T
Comp’ Over Load
MC2
COM
OCR2
R
S
T
H
L
R
S
(TH1)
T
(TH2)
(TH3)
DRAIN
PUMP
Figure 10 - Circuit Wiring Diagram (WPC-15003)
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TroubleshooƟng chart
Symptom
Water leakage
The unit doesn’t work
No cold air flows from the
cold air outlet
Water flow can be heard
a er compressor shuts off
Possible Cause(s)
High water level in
condensate tank
Correc ve Ac on
1. Remove blockage from drain
hose
2. Remove any object stuc undeerneath of the black panel
nuder the water tank
1. Check the power supply 1. Reset the circuit breaker and
to verify that power is
restart the unit
available to the unit
2. Verify that the power
cord is connected
2. Connect power cord
1. Ambient air cannot be
properly cooled if the
filter is dirty and not
regularly cleaned
1. Clean the filter
2. Compressor will not
work if the unit is
turned off and on
quickly.
2. Wait 2 minutes a er unit is
turned off before turning the
unit back on.
3. The ambient air temperature may be too
high
3. The temperature of the compressor can be higher when
the ambient temperature is
too high. The compressor will
not work unless the ambient
air temperature is within the
acceptable opera ng range of
the unit
Common to hear coolant flowing
a er unit shuts off
No cause
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LIMITED WARRANTY
AmeriCool warrants all AmeriCool products to be free from defects in materials or workmanship,
under normal use and service, for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase to the end
user (original invoice must be provided). AmeriCool further warrants that the compressor will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for 36 months from the date of purchase to the
end user.
AmeriCool’s obliga on under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement at its op on,
of any part or parts, which, upon Ameriool’s examina on are shown to be defec ve, or at AmeriCool’s op on, the return of the purchase price to the purchaser.
Correc on of such defects by repair or replacement, or at AmeriCool’s op on, the return of the
purchase price shall cons tute fulfillment of warranty obliga ons to the purchaser. This warranty
does not cover defects or malfunc ons which result from causes beyond AmeriCool’s control,
including, without limita on,(i) unusal physical or electrical stress:(ii) accident, neglect, abuse,
misuse or other abnormal use; (iii) failure to perform rou ne maintenance in accordance with
AmeriCool’s recommended procedures; (iv)normal wear and tear; (v) repairs or a empted repairs
by an unauthorized person; (vi) modifica ons or altera ons to the Products; (vii) use with parts or
devices not supplied or approved by AmeriCool (viii) improper installa on or service; (ix) shipping
damage to any units or spare parts during shipping. This includes and is not limited to compressors, evaporators and condenser coils. This warranty shall extend only to the original end-user and
shall be void if any labels or other iden fying marks permanently affixed to Products when shipped
by AmeriCool are removed, altered, defaced or obliterated.
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY, AS LIMITED HEREIN, SHALL BE IN LIEU OF
AND EXCLUSIVE OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, ON THE PART OF
AMERICOOL INC., OR WELTEM CO.,LTD. WHETHER ARISING FROM LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF TRADE, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANT-ABILITY OR FITNESS OF A PARTICULAR PURP OSE OR ANY LIABILITY FOR COMMERCIAL
LOSSES BASED UPON NEGLIGENCE OR MANUFACTURER’S STRICT LIABILITY. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY
PROVIDED HEREIN,NEITHER AMERICOOL, INC., NOR WELTEM CO., LTD. WILL, IN ANY EVENT, BE
LIABLE FOR LOST PROFITS, COSTS OF PROCESSING,INJURY, GOODWILL, OR ANY OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING FROM BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY.
Manufactured in Weltem Co., Ltd.,
973-5, Yangdeok-dong, Masanhoewon-gu, Changwon-City, Gyeongnam,
Republic of KOREA 630-728 www.weltem.com
Distributed by Americool,Inc. In the USA (Tel.562-231-7175)
WWW.AMERICOOLINC.COM
printed in March, 2013
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