TS WaterBar - Strauss Water Cyprus

TS WaterBar - Strauss Water Cyprus
TS WaterBar
Customer Guide‎
‎‎‎Dear Customer,‎‎‎
We are pleased you decided to join Strauss Water, with the purchase of your new TS
Water Purifier. The TS allows you and your family to enjoy tasty, quality, Hot, Cold or
Sparkling water, all to your own preference and liking.
Why read this?
This guide is the shortest and best way to get to know your new TS. The guide
explains and answers most of the questions you may have during the activation of
the water bar.
How can you contact us?
If there are any questions that are left unanswered by this guide, please visit our
website, where we will provide a swift response through our Service center.
Strauss Water has spared no expense to make sure your Water Purifier complies with
the strictest international standards, so that you and your family can enjoy quality
clear water. Therefore, we recommend that you sit back, pour yourself a glass of
clear or sparkling water, and enjoy.
Contents
1. Unit Description..................................................................................................................6
2.Manufacturer.......................................................................................................................6
3.Specifications......................................................................................................................6
4. Replacement Components ..............................................................................................7
4.aService...................................................................................................................................7
4.b Replacement Components instructions .......................................................................7
5.Installation...........................................................................................................................7
6. Manufacturer’s Certificate of Compliance...................................................................8
7. General Overview............................................................................................................ 10
8. Operation/Control Panel‎‎............................................................................................... 11
9. Operating the Water Purifier ....................................................................................... 12
a. Cold Water Dispensing‎‎‎ ..................................................................................................12
b. Predetermined Cold Water Dispensing .....................................................................12
c. Predetermined Cold Water Dispensing ‫־‬
Large Quantity (1 litre)..................................................................................................12
‎d.
Hot Water Dispensing ...................................................................................................12
e. Predetermined Hot Water Dispensing.......................................................................13
f. Water Boiling...................................................................................................................13
g. Hot Water Dispensing when "Child Safety" Mode is ON.........................................14
h. Mixed Water Dispensing................................................................................................14
i.
Predetermined Dispensing of a Strong Cup of Sparkling Water...........................15
j.
Predetermined Dispensing of a Regular Cup of Sparkling Water.........................15
k. Predetermined Dispensing of a Fine Cup of Sparkling Water................................15
l.
Predetermined Dispensing of a Jug of Sparkling Water .........................................16
10. Setting Menu Functions‎‎................................................................................................. 16
a. General‎‎‎..............................................................................................................................16
b.Clock..................................................................................................................................16
b.1 Setting the Clock‎‎‎.............................................................................................................16
b.2 Setting 12/24 Hour Format..........................................................................................17
b.3Wake-Up...........................................................................................................................17
c.Shutdown..........................................................................................................................17
d. Keypad Lock.....................................................................................................................18
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e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
i.1
j.
k.
l.
l.1
l.2
l.3
Energy Saving Mode‎‎.......................................................................................................18
Activating the Energy Saving Mode‎‎............................................................................19
Child Safety Mode‎‎...........................................................................................................19
Keypad Sound..................................................................................................................20
Display Settings‎ ..............................................................................................................20
Clock Display..................................................................................................................... 20
Language Setting‎‎............................................................................................................21
Restoring Factory Settings‎‎‎............................................................................................22
Defining Water Temperatures.....................................................................................22
Setting Cold Water Temperature‎................................................................................. 22
Setting Mix Water Temperature‎................................................................................... 23
Setting Hot Water Temperature‎................................................................................... 23
m. Defining Water Quantities............................................................................................24
m.1 Defining Cold Water Quantity....................................................................................... 24
m.2 Defining Mix Water Quantity......................................................................................... 24
m.3 Defining Hot Water Quantity........................................................................................ 25
m.4 Defining Quantity of Jug of Cold Water....................................................................... 25
m.5 Defining Quantity of Jug of Sparkling Water.............................................................. 26
n. Setting the Sparkling Water Levels.............................................................................26
11. Periodic Maintenance and Care‎..................................................................................27
a. Emptying the Drip Collector.......................................................................................... 27
b. UV-C Lamp and Filter Replacement ‎‎‎............................................................................ 27
c. Fliter Replacement Counter.......................................................................................... 28
d. UV-C Lamp Replacement Counter............................................................................... 28
e. Washing Tanks.................................................................................................................. 29
f.Reset................................................................................................................................... 29
12. CO2 Cylinder Replacement Indication.......................................................................30
13.Vacations..........................................................................................................................30
14.CO2 Cylinder Replacement Procedure.......................................................................31
15. Cleaning the TS Water Purifier.....................................................................................32
16. Safety Precautions‎..........................................................................................................33
17.Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................35
18.Specifications..................................................................................................................34
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1. Unit Description
Point-Of-Use (POU) drinking water UV activated carbon unit.
2. Manufacturer
Strauss-water, Or Yehuda 1, Israel.
Global web site: www.strauss-water.com
Manufactured in Shinzen, China
3. Specifications
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2
3
4
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P‎ ower supply‎
Electricity
Voltage
Frequency
Rated consumption*
Heating power consumption
Current consumption
Cooling system
Cold/Sparkling Tank volume
Cooling capacity**
Cold water output*** Δ
Cooling temperature range
Sparkling Water capacity
Heating systems
Tank volume
Hot water output ΔΔ
Heating temperature range
Replacement components
UV lampΔΔΔ
Activate carbon filterΔΔΔΔ
230 volts
230V, 1 Phase
50 Hz
1990 Watts
1800 Watts
8.5 A
1.6 litres / 0.42 gallons
125 W
40 cups/hour
5 -20°C /41-68°F
Continuous up to 5 cups (cooling range)
1.4 litres/0.37 gallons
60 cups/hour
92 - 96°C/197-205°F
11 Watts
2 micron
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Water inlet pressure
Min
Max****
Service flow
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Inlet water temperature
1.5 ATM/0.15 MPA/22 PSI
6 ATM/0.6 MPA/88 PSI
1.3 LPM for hot water / 2 LPM for cold water
(0.34 GPM for hot water / 0.53 GPM)
4-42˚C/39-108°F working temperature
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Product dimensions
Height
Depth
Width
Weight (dry)
36.3 cm/14.3 In
43.3 cm/17 In
31.8 cm/12.5 In
16 kg/35.2 lbs
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Maximum ambient temperature: +32°C/90°F
* ASHRAE Conditions Evaporation Temperature +7.2°C/45°F
** ASHRAE Conditions Evaporation Temperature -5.2°C/22.6°F
*** Water outputs are measured when the ambient temperature is no greater than 25°C/77°F and
the network water temperature is no greater than 22°C/71.6°F and calculated according to a
standard cup of 200ml/6.7oz
**** If pressure is greater, it is necessary to install a pressure valve on the water line before the device.
Δ Cold water delivery is performed with a delay of 90 seconds between one cup and the next.
Δ Δ Hot water delivery is performed with a delay of 60 seconds between one cup and the next.
Δ Δ Δ UV lamp should be replaced every 12 months.
Δ Δ Δ ΔLife time 2000 liters (520 gallon) / 6 months, the earlier of the two.
Attention! ‎‎This ‎device i‎ s‎intended f‎ or‎dispensing‎water‎into c‎ ups,‎pitchers,‎personal‎
bottles‎and‎pans.‎
4. Replacement Components
4.a Service
Please check the Strauss-water web site for replaceable components vendors and service.
4.b Replacement Components instructions
Please follow the replacement instructions attached to the appliance package and
consumable components:
• Active Carbon filter
• UV-C Lamp.
5. Installation
The units should be installed by qualified company technician.
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6. Manufacturer’s Certificate of Compliance
Strauss Water Israel and its quality assurance system is certified for ISO 9001:2008
Electrical
• CE - Electrical Safety Standard European requirements
• UL - Electrical Safety Standard North America requirements
Performance and performance data sheet
Point-Of-Use (POU) drinking water UV activated carbon unit.
TS Bar is tested and certified against NSF/ANSI standards by WQA under "Gold Seal"
program/NSF as verified and substantiated by test data against (*):
• NSF/ANSI 42/ 53 - "Material safety"
• NSF/ANSI 55 - "Ultraviolet, Class B disinfection" (**)
• NSF/ANSI 42 - "Drinking Water Aesthetic Effect" – reduction of Aesthetic
chlorine, taste and odor, Particulate reduction Class III (***)
Israeli Standard IS 1505 - "Domestic water treatment devise"
• Microbiological water purifier
• Chlorine reduction – Class I
• Particulate reduction of ≥ 2 micron
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(*) The testing was performed under standard laboratory conditions, actual performance may
vary. This system has been tested according to NSF/ANSI 42 for reduction of the substances
listed below. The concentration of the indicated substances in water entering the system was
reduced to a concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit for water leaving the
system, as specified in NSF standards.
(**) This Class B system or component conforms to NSF/ANSI 55 for the supplemental bactericidal
treatment disinfected public drinking water or other drinking water which has been tested
and deemed acceptable for human consumption by the state or local health agency having
jurisdiction. The system is only designed to reduce normally occurring non-pathogenic nuisance
microorganisms. Class B Systems are not intended for treatment of contaminated water.
Certified by WQA
(***) Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without
adequate disinfection before or after the system
‎‎‎Oren Grayfner
Quality Manager
Strauss Water
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7. General Overview
1. Top Cover
2. Digital Operation/Control panel
3. Water Spout
4. Tray grid
5. Folding Tray
6. Drop Collector
7. Air vent
8. Electrical Cable
and Heating system
9. Water inlet
10. CO2 Cylinder housing
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8. Operation/Control Panel‎‎
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5
6
7
8
9
10
3
2
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1
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Mixed water dispensing button with predetermined quantity and temperature
Extra Hot - Water boiling button (blinks until boiling completes)
Water boiling indicator (blinks until boiling completes)
Hot water dispensing button
Digital screen display
Water boiling animation (blinks until boiling completes)
Wake-up Timer indication (appears when the option is activated))
Child Safety Indication (Appears When "Child Safety" Mode is ON)
Cold water dispensing button
Menu Selections Button (when pressed for several seconds) and sparkling water dispensing
options
11. Sparkling water dispensing button
12. CO2 cylinder indicator (displays when CO2 levels are low)
13. Clock
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9. Operating the Water Purifier
a. Cold Water Dispensing‎‎‎
Press and hold the Upper Right button for
cold water dispensing. Water will be dispensed
as long as you hold the button.‎‎
b. Predetermined Cold Water
Dispensing‎‎‎
Press the Upper Right button for dispensing a
predetermined quantity of cold water.
To stop water dispensing, press any button.
c. Predetermined Cold Water
Dispensing ‫ ־‬Large Quantity
(1 litre)
‎‎Press the MENU button and then press the Upper
Right button to dispense 1 litre of cold water.
‎‎‎To stop water dispensing, press any button.
d
‎ . Hot Water Dispensing‎‎
Press and hold the Upper Left button for hot water
dispensing. Water will be dispensed as long as you
hold the button.‎‎
Note: The Hot Water Cup on screen will turn white
when the hot water temperature is low.‎‎
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PRESS ANY KEY TO STOP
e. Predetermined Hot Water Dispensing
‎‎Press the Upper Left button once for a
predetermined quantity of hot water.‎‎
‎‎‎To stop water dispensing, press
any button.‎‎‎
PRESS ANY KEY TO STOP
‎‎This function is not available if the
"Child Safety" mode is active.‎‎
‎‎Note: The Hot Water Cup on screen will
turn white when the hot water temperature
is low.‎‎
‎‎Attention! You can disable the
predetermined hot water dispensing function.‎‎
‎‎Attention! Due to changes in water supply,
the predetermined water quantity may change.
After water dispensing, please make sure the
desired quantity was indeed received (this is
especially important when preparing baby
food, medicine etc.). If the quantity has
changed, you can reset the desired quantity.
f. Water Boiling‎‎‎
‎‎To heat the hot water up to near boiling
temperature, press the Extra Hot button.‎‎
‎‎The LED light will flash until the water reaches
near boiling point.‎‎
‎‎When boiling is done, the LED light will
become stable red and the steam symbol
on the Hot Water Cup will light up.‎‎
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g. Hot Water Dispensing when
"Child Safety" Mode is ON‎‎‎
‎‎‎Hot water dispensing in "Child Safety" mode
is always accompanied by a beep.‎‎‎
‎‎To dispense hot water, press the Upper Left
button and simultaneously press the Upper
Right button.‎‎
‎‎Water dispenses as long as the Upper Left
button is pressed (no need to hold the
Upper Left button during water dispensing).‎‎
‎‎‎h. Mixed Water Dispensing‎‎‎
‎‎A mix of cold water that has been purified
by UV-C and hot water.‎‎
‎‎To dispense mixed water at a predetermined
temperature and quanity, press the Lower
Left button.‎‎
‎‎‎To stop water dispensing, press any button.‎‎‎
‎‎When "Child Safety" mode is ON, press the
Lower Left button and Upper Right button
simultaneously.‎‎
‎‎There is no need to hold the Upper Right
button during water dispensing.‎‎
‎‎‎Caution! Mix water is dispensed from two
different spouts. When pouring into a
narrow-necked bottle, use a funnel or dispense the
water into a wide-opening jug first
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i. Predetermined Dispensing of a Strong Cup of Sparkling Water
To dispense a strong level of sparkling water,
press the Lower Right button. A predetermined
volume of sparkling water will be dispensed.
It is recemmended to wait until dispensing has
completed.
The defalut level of sparkling water on the screen is
Strong, yet the level can be changed.
j. Predetermined Dispensing of a Regular Cup of Sparkling Water
To dispense a regular level of sparkling water,
press the Lower Right button. A predetermined
volume of sparkling water will be dispensed.
It is recemmended to wait until dispensing has
completed.
The defalut level of sparkling water on the screen is
Strong, yet the level can be changed..‎‎
PRESS ANY KEY TO STOP
k. Predetermined Dispensing of a Fine Cup of Sparkling Water
‎‎To dispense a Fine level of sparkling water,
press the Lower Right button. A predetermined
volume of sparkling water will be dispensed.
It is recemmended to wait until dispensing has
completed.
The defalut level of sparkling water on the screen is
Strong, yet the level can be changed..‎‎
PRESS ANY KEY TO STOP
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l. Predetermined Dispensing of a Jug of Sparkling Water
To dispense a jug of sparkling water, press the
Menu button and from the next screen, press
the Lower Right button.
10. Setting Menu Functions‎‎
a. General‎‎‎
‎‎The Menu allows you to change general
settings and maintenance preferences, and
to modify personal settings according to your
own taste. Press button #1 to enter the menu.
Use the arrows (buttons #2 and #3 to move
between the menu options, and press button
#4 to choose the desired option.
To exit a selected option, press button #5.
MENU
‫תפריט‬
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
‫תחזוקת מכשיר‬
MAINTENANCE
‫הגדרות‬
SETTINGS
‫באנרגיה‬
‫חסכון‬
ENERGY SAVING
‫נעילת מקשים‬
‫נע‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
SHUT‫כיבוי‬
DOWN
b. Clock
The clock appears on the display screen as
long as the appliance is connected to a
power source. In case of a power failure, the
clock has to be re-set.
CLOCK
MENU
‫תפריט‬
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
CLOCK
SET
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
CLOCK
‫ מכשיר‬FORMAT
‫תחזוקת‬
MAINTENANCE
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
SETTINGS
‫באנרגיה‬SAVING
‫חסכון‬
ENERGY
‫נעילת מקשים‬
‫נע‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
SHUT‫כיבוי‬
DOWN
b.1 Setting the Clock‎‎‎
To set the clock, enter the "Clock" sub-menu:‎‎
MAIN MENU > CLOCK > SET CLOCK‎‎
The date and time will appear on the display.‎‎
Setting the Hour - Use the and buttons to
set the hour. Press to confirm.
Setting the Minutes - Use the and buttons
to set the minutes. Press to confirm.‎‎
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CLOCK
CLOCK
SET
MENU
‫תפריט‬
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
CLOCK
SET
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
CLOCK
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:FORMAT
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
07:30PM
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
SETTINGS
‫באנרגיה‬SAVING
‫חסכון‬
ENERGY
‫נעילת מקשים‬
‫נע‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
SHUT‫כיבוי‬
DOWN
b.2 Setting 12/24 Hour Format
You can choose a 24 or 12-hour display.
To set the clock, enter the "Clock" sub-menu:
MAIN MENU > CLOCK > CLOCK FORMAT
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
MENU
‫תפריט‬
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
CLOCK
SET
PREFERENCES
12 HOURS
CLOCK
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:FORMAT
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
07:30PM
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
SETTINGS
‫באנרגיה‬SAVING
‫חסכון‬
ENERGY
‫נעילת מקשים‬
‫נע‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
SHUT‫כיבוי‬
DOWN
Use the and buttons to shift between the
12 and 24-hour display. Press
to confirm.
b.3 Wake-Up
WAKE
UP
1
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
MENU
‫תפריט‬
This option allows setting two distinct times to
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07:30PM
turn ON the heating system, for example:
Morning and Evening. To set the automatic wake
up, enter the Wake-Up Setting function from:
MAIN MENU > CLOCK > WAKE-UP > SET WAKE UP (1 OR 2)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
ON SET
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
CLOCK
PREFERENCES
12 HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
OFF
‫מכשיר‬
MAINTENANCE
Other‫תחזוקת‬
alerts
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
SETTINGS
‫באנרגיה‬SAVING
‫חסכון‬
ENERGY
‫נעילת מקשים‬
‫נע‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
SHUT‫כיבוי‬
DOWN
Use the and buttons to shift between the
ON/OFF setting. Press
to confirm
To define the time (Hour and Minutes), use
the and buttons. Press
to confirm.
c Shutdown
This option allows shutting down the screen,
the cooling system and the heating system.
To shut down the system, enter the Shutdown menu from:
MAIN MENU > SHUTDOWN
Use the and buttons to select the ON
option. Press
to confirm
Press any button to exit this setting.
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
MENU
‫תפריט‬
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
CLOCK
SET
PREFERENCES
12 HOURS
CLOCK
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:FORMAT
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
07:30PM
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
SETTINGS
‫באנרגיה‬SAVING
‫חסכון‬
ENERGY
‫נעילת מקשים‬
‫נע‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
SHUT‫כיבוי‬
DOWN
‎‎
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d Keypad Lock
This option allows locking the keypad so that
no dispensing or other operation can be
performed. When the Keypad lock is active,
the
symbol will be displayed on screen
and the symbol will light up permenently.
To lock the keypad, enter the Keypad Lock
menu from: MAIN MENU > KEYPAD LOCK
Use the and buttons to change the Keypad
lock options. Press
to confirm
Press any button to exit this setting.
Note: (1) You can enable/disable the Keypad
lock by simultaneously pressing the and buttons.
(2) Before cleaning the screen and before replacing
the CO2 cylinder, it is recommended to activate
this function in order to prevent water dispensing
during the cleaning process.
e. Energy Saving Mode‎‎
‎‎This option automatically switches off the heating
system after a predetermined period of time. In
this mode, the appliance will be ready for cold,
sparkling and mix water dispensing, but not for
hot water dispensing.‎‎
‎‎Note: The heating system will be activated if
mix water is dispensed.‎‎
‎‎To dispense hot water in Energy Saving mode,
press the button and wait for the temperature to
reach the desired level (for the LED above the
button and the steam above the hot water cup to
turn red). Hot water is dispensed at near
boiling temperature. H
‎ ot water cannot be
dispensed until the temperature reaches above
85º C (to maintain the purity of the dispensed water).
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WAKE
UP
1
CLOCK
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
SET
MENU
‫תפריט‬
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
ON SET
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
PREFERENCES
12 HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
OFF
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
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MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
07:30PM
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
keypad
SETTINGS
PressENERGY
&
hold EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
SAVING
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
f. Activating the Energy Saving Mode‎‎
To set the Energy Saving mode timer, enter
the Energy Saving Mode sub-menu:
MAIN MENU >ENERGY SAVING> ACTIVATION
To set the energy saving mode so that
the mode will be activated after a
predetermined time period (30-90
minutes), use the use the and buttons.
Press
to confirm the selected time period. ‎‎
g. Child Safety Mode‎‎
When this option is activated, dispensing hot
water is enabled only when the Upper Left and
Upper Right buttons are pressed simultaneously.
Dispensing mix water is enabled only when
pressing the Lower Left and Upper Right buttons
simultaneously. To activate/deactivate the
"Child Safety" mode, enter the "Child Lock" sub-menu:‎‎
‎‎M AIN MENU > SETTINGS > CHILD LOCK‎‎
WAKE
UP
1
ENERGY
SAVING
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
CHILD
LOCK
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
ON SET
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
PREFERENCES
12 OFF
HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
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MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
PressENERGY
&
hold60EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
SAVING
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
The current setting ‫ ־‬ON / OFF ‫ ־‬will appear on the display.‎‎
Use the and buttons to change the setting. Press
Press any button to exit this setting
to confirm
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h. Keypad Sound
When this option is activated a short beep
will be heard with every press of a button.
To activate the option, enter the
"Keypad Sound" sub-menu:‎‎
‎‎M AIN MENU > SETTINGS > KEYPAD
SOUND
WAKE
UP
1
ENERGY
SAVING
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
ON SET
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
PREFERENCES
12 OFF
HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
PressENERGY
&
hold
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
SAVING
60EXTRA
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90‫נעילת‬
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
‎‎The current setting ‫ ־‬ON / OFF ‫ ־‬will appear
on the display. Use the and buttons to
change the setting. Press
to confirm
Press any button to exit this setting.
i. Display Settings‎
i.1 Clock Display
T‎ his option allows to select the permanent display
of the clock on the main screen. To select the clock
view, enter the "Clock Display" sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > SETTINGS > DISPLAY >
CLOCK VIEW‎
‎‎The current setting ‫ ־‬ON / OFF ‫ ־‬will appear on
the display.‎‎
Use the and buttons to change the setting.
Press
to confirm
Press any button to exit this setting
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WAKE
UP
1
ENERGY
CLOCK
SAVING
CLOCK
FORMAT
SET
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
ON SET
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
PREFERENCES
12 OFF
HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
PressENERGY
&
hold60EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
SAVING
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
i.2 Screensaver
T‎ his option allows the activation of the
screensaver on the system display. The
screensaver will e displayed after five minutes
of inactivity. To set the screensaver, enter the
"Screensaver" sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > SETTINGS > DISPLAY >
SCREENSAVER
WAKE
UP
1
SCREEN
SAVER
ENERGY
SAVING
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
DEFAULT
ON SET
CLOCK
24
HOURS
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
12CLOCK
HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
OFF
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
OFF
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
PressENERGY
&
hold
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
SAVING
60EXTRA
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90‫נעילת‬
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
The screen will display the following scrrensaver
display options:
Default - The screensaver will display without the
clock after 5 minutes of inactivity.
Clock -The screensaver will display with the clock
after 5 minutes of inactivity.
Off - The screensaver is disabled.
Use the and buttons to change the setting.
Press
to confirm
Press any button to exit this setting
j. Language Setting‎‎
This option allows you to choose the display
language: English or Hebrew.
To change the language, enter the "Language"
sub-menu:
MAIN MENU > SETTINGS > LANGUAGE‎‎
WAKE
UP
1
SCREEN
SAVER
ENERGY
CLOCK
SAVING
CLOCK
FORMAT
SET
LANGUAGES
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
DEFAULT
ON SET
ENGLISH
CLOCK
24
HOURS
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
12CLOCK
HOURS
‫עברית‬
CLOCK
FORMAT
OFF
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
OFF
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
PressENERGY
&
hold60EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
SAVING
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
KEYPAD
90 LOCK
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
The current language selection will appear on the
display: English / Hebrew.‎‎
Use the and buttons to change the setting.
Press
to confirm
Press any button to exit this setting
‎‎
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k. Restoring Factory Settings‎‎‎
This option allows you to restore all the settings to their initial state:
Clock - 24 Hour format
Language – English,
Child safety – activated,
Cold water jug - 1 litre
Energy Saving level - standby
Keypad Sound - activated
Auto wake up - inactive
Cold water temperature - 10 degrees
Predetermined hot water - inactive
Quantity of mix water - 140ml (at 50 degrees)
Quantity of cold water - 140ml (at 10 degrees)
Automatic energy saving – ON after 60 minutes.
Quantity of sparkling water jug - – 1 litre.
To restore factory (default) settings, enter submenu "RESTORE
SETTINGS":‎
‎M AIN MENU > SETTINGS > RESTORE SETTINGS‎
Use the
and
buttons to change the setting. Press
l. Defining Water Temperatures
l.1 Setting Cold Water Temperature‎
This option allows you to set the desired cold
water temperature. To set the temperature, enter
the "Define Temp." sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > DEFINE
TEMP.> COLD‎
‎A column will appear on the display showing the state
of the thermostat in a proportional format. As the
column is fuller, the current water temperature is lower.‎
Use the and buttons to change the setting.
Press
to confirm
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to confirm.
l.2 Setting Mix Water Temperature‎
This option allows you to set the desired mixed
water temperature. To set the temperature, enter
the "Define Temp." sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > DEFINE
TEMP.> MIX
‎A column will appear on the display showing the state of
the thermostat in a proportional format. As the column
is fuller, the current water temperature is hotter.‎
Use the and buttons to change the setting. Press
to confirm.
l.3 Setting Hot Water Temperature‎
This option allows you to set the desired hot
water temperature. To set the temperature, enter
the " Define Temp." sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > DEFINE
TEMP.> HOT
‎A column will appear on the display showing the state of
the thermostat in a proportional format. As the column
is fuller, the current water temperature is hotter.‎
Use the and buttons to change the setting. Press
to confirm.
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m. Defining Water Quantities
m.1 Defining Cold Water Quantity
This option allows you to set the desired quantity
of cold water dispensed when the
button
is pressed. To set the quantity, enter the
"Define Quantity" sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > DEFINE
QUANTITY> COLD CUP‎
Place a cup on the tray. Press and hold the
button.
Release the button when the desired quantity of cold
water has been dispensed. Press
to confirm.
Note: (1) It is possible to set water quantity from a
minimum of 60ml to a maximum of 300ml.
(2) In order to cancel this function, press
in the quantity definition screen.
WAKE
UP
1
SCREEN
SAVER
ENERGY
COLD
SAVING
CUP
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
SET
LANGUAGES
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
MIX
COLD
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
COLD
WARMER
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
DEFAULT
ENGLISH
ON SET
CLOCK
24
HOURS
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
HOURS
‫עברית‬
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
OFF
Place
a12
cup
on
the tray
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
PRESS
AND
HOLD
OFF
WAKE
UP THE
‫הגדרות‬
ToOK
unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
BUTTON
TO
Press
&
hold
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
ENERGY
SAVING
START
RECORDING
60EXTRA
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90‫נעילת‬
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
COLDER
SHUTCOOLER
DOWN
m.2 Defining Mix Water Quantity
This option allows you to set the desired quantity
of mix water dispensed when the
button
is pressed. To set the quantity, enter the
"Define Quantity" sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > DEFINE
QUANTITY> MIX CUP
Place a cup on the tray. Press and hold the
button.
Release the button when the desired quantity of mix
water has been dispensed. Press
to confirm.‎
Note: (1) It is possible to set water quantity from a
minimum of 60ml to a maximum of 300ml.
(2) In order to cancel this function, press
in the quantity definition screen.
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WAKE
UP
1
SCREEN
SAVER
MIX
CUP
ENERGY
COLD
SAVING
CUP
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
LANGUAGES
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
MIX
COLD
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
COLD
WARMER
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
DEFAULT
ON SET
ENGLISH
24
HOURS
CLOCK
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
HOURS
‫עברית‬
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
OFF
Place
a12
cup
on the tray
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
PRESS
AND
HOLD
OFF
WAKE
UP THE
‫הגדרות‬
ToOK
unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
BUTTON
TO
Press
&
hold
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
START
RECORDING
ENERGY
SAVING
60EXTRA
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90‫נעילת‬
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
COOLER
COLDER
SHUT DOWN
m.3 Defining Hot Water Quantity
This option allows you to set the desired quantity
of hot water dispensed when the
button
is pressed. To set the quantity, enter the
"Define Quantity" sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > DEFINE
QUANTITY> HOT CUP
Place a cup on the tray. Press and hold the
button.
Release the button when the desired quantity of hot
water has been dispensed. Press
to confirm.
Note: (1) It is possible to set water quantity from a
minimum of 60ml to a maximum of 300ml.
(2) In order to cancel this function, press
in the quantity definition screen.
(3) This function is disabled when in Child Lock mode.
WAKE
UP
1
SCREEN
SAVER
HOT
CUP
ENERGY
COLD
SAVING
CUP
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
LANGUAGES
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
COLD
MIX
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
COLD
WARMER
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
DEFAULT
ON SET
ENGLISH
CLOCK
24
HOURS
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
HOURS
‫עברית‬
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
OFF
Place
a12
cup
on the tray
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
PRESS
AND
HOLD
OFF
WAKE
UP THE
‫הגדרות‬
ToOK
unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
BUTTON
TO
Press
&
hold
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
START
RECORDING
ENERGY
SAVING
60EXTRA
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90‫נעילת‬
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
COOLER
COLDER
SHUT DOWN
m.4 Defining Quantity of Jug of Cold Water
This option allows you to set the desired quantity
for a jug of cold water dispensed when the
button
is pressed. To set the quantity, enter the
"Define Quantity" sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > DEFINE
QUANTITY> COLD JUG
Place a jug. Press and hold the
button.
Release the button when the desired quantity of cold
water has been dispensed. Press
to confirm.
Note: (1) It is possible to set water quantity from a
minimum of 0ml to a maximum of 1000ml.
(2) In order to cancel this function, press
in the quantity definition screen.
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m.5 Defining Quantity of Jug of Sparkling Water
This option allows you to set the desired quantity
for a jug of sparkling water dispensed when the
button is pressed. To set the quantity, enter
the "Define Quantity" sub-menu:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > DEFINE
QUANTITY> SPARKLING JUG
Use the and buttons to select the quantity of 2-5 cups of
sparkling water to fill a jug. Press
to confirm. The quantity
dispensed when the
button is pressed, will contain the
amount of cups selected (each cup consists of 200ml).
n. Setting the Sparkling Water Levels
This option allows you to set the sparkling level
of a cup of sparkling water. The selected level
will be represented by the amount of bubbles
in the sparkling water cup icon on the main screen.
To select the preferred sparkling level, enter the
"Sparkling Levels" sub-menu from:‎
‎M AIN MENU > PREFERENCES > SPARKLING
LEVELS‎
Use the and
to confirm
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buttons to change the setting. Press
WAKE
UP
1
SCREEN
SAVER
Choose
HOT
preferable
CUP
ENERGY
COLD
SAVING
CUP
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
SET
LANGUAGES
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
MIX
COLD
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate
after
(min.)
sparkling
level
to
COLD
WARMER
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
display on
HOME PAGE
DEFAULT
ENGLISH
ON SET
CLOCK
24
HOURS
‫העדפות‬
PREFERENCES
HOURS
‫עברית‬
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
OFF
Place
a12
cup
on the tray
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
PRESS
AND
HOLD
LIGHT
OFF
WAKE
UP THE
‫הגדרות‬
ToOK
unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
BUTTON
TO
MEDIUM
Press
&
hold
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
START
RECORDING
ENERGY
SAVING
60EXTRA
STRONG
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90‫נעילת‬
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
COLDER
SHUTCOOLER
DOWN
11. Periodic Maintenance and Care‎
a. Emptying the Drip Collector
It is important to empty the drip collector in
time (before it is full). To empty drip collector:
Close folding drip tray and wait a few seconds
until all the water has flowed into the drip
collector.
Remove the drip collector by gently pulling it
gently so as to not spill the water.
‎ ttention! The drip collector is designed to
A
collect excess water drops from the unit and
should not be used for any other purposes.
b. UV-C Lamp and Filter Replacement ‎‎‎
‎In order to maintain water quality and proper operation of the appliance, the
UV-C lamp should be replaced every 12 months, and the filter should be replaced
every 6 months or 2000 liters (520 gallons) of water, whichever comes sooner. The
replacement procedure for both the filter and the lamp are clear and easy to perform.
Please read the instructions before replacing
(the instructions are attached separately with a shipment of the filter and the UV-C
lamp).
Attention! Disconnect the appliance from electric power before performing the
UV-C lamp replacement procedure..
Caution! UV radiation is dangerous for the eyes and skin.
Note! The purification process is internal and protected. The appliance has a
mechanism that prevents the UV lamp from operating out of its designated location.
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c. Fliter Replacement Counter
It is possible to display a countdown timer until
the next replacment of the filter.
To display or reset the replacement counter,
enter the "Filter" sub-menu from:‎
‎M AIN MENU > MAINTENANCE > FILTER
REPLACEMENT.
The screen will display the number of days left until the
next filter replacement. In order to reset the counter, press
. Use the and buttons to change the setting. Press
to confirm.
WAKE
UP
1
SCREEN
SAVER
SPARKLING
JUG
FILTER
Choose
HOT
preferable
CUP
ENERGY
COLD
SAVING
CUP
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
LANGUAGES
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
COLD
MIX
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate
after
(min.)
sparkling
level
to
COLD
WARMER
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
display on
HOME PAGE
DEFAULT
ON SET
ENGLISH
2 HOURS
CUPS
CLOCK
24
‫העדפות‬
Time
until next
PREFERENCES
HOURS
3‫עברית‬
CUPS
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
OFF
Place
a12
cup
on 95
thedays
tray
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
replacement:
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
PRESS WAKE
AND
HOLD
LIGHT
OFF
4‫הגדרות‬
CUPS
UP THE
ToOK
unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
BUTTON
TO
5 CUPS
MEDIUM
Press
&
hold
EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
START
RECORDING
ENERGY
SAVING
60OK
PRESS
TO
STRONG
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
CLEAR
THE
COUNTER
90
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
COLDER
SHUTCOOLER
DOWN
d. UV-C Lamp Replacement Counter
It is possible to display a countdown timer until
the next replacment of the lamp.
To display or reset the replacement counter,
enter the "UV Lamp" sub-menu from:‎
‎M AIN MENU > MAINTENANCE > UV
LAMP REPLACEMENT.
The screen will display the number of days left until
the next UV-V Lamp replacement. In order to reset the
counter, press
. Use the and buttons to change the
setting. Press
to confirm.
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WAKE
UP
1
SCREEN
SAVER
SPARKLING
JUG
UV
LAMP
Choose
HOT
preferable
CUP
ENERGY
COLD
SAVING
CUP
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
LANGUAGES
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
MIX
COLD
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate
after
(min.)
sparkling
level
to
COLD
WARMER
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
display on
HOME PAGE
DEFAULT
ENGLISH
ON SET
2 HOURS
CUPS
24
CLOCK
‫העדפות‬
Time
until next
PREFERENCES
12
HOURS
3‫עברית‬
CUPS
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
OFF
Place
a cup
on 95
thedays
tray
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
replacement:
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
PRESS
AND
HOLD
LIGHT
OFF
4‫הגדרות‬
CUPS
WAKE
UP THE
ToOK
unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
BUTTON
TO
5 CUPS
MEDIUM
Press
&
hold
EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
START
RECORDING
ENERGY
SAVING
60OK
PRESS
TO
STRONG
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
CLEAR
THE
COUNTER
90
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
COLDER
SHUTCOOLER
DOWN
e. Washing Tanks
T‎ his option allows you to wash the internal
hot and cold water tanks. In order to
perform this procedure, place a 5 litre
container under the faucet before starting
the procedure. To wash the tanks, enter
the "Washing Tanks" sub menu from:
‎M AIN MENU > MAINTENANCE > WASHING TANKS
WAKE
UP
1want
SCREEN
SAVER
SPARKLING
JUG
UV
LAMP
MAINTENANCE
Are
you
sure
you
Choose
HOT
preferable
CUP
ENERGY
COLD
SAVING
CUP
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
LANGUAGES
CHILD
LOCK
KEYPAD
SOUND
CLOCK
DISPLAY
COLD
MIX
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate
after
(min.)
to
reset the
machine?
sparkling
level
to
COLD
WARMER
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
display on
HOME PAGE
DEFAULT
ON SET
ENGLISH
FILTERCLOCK
REPLACEMENT
2 HOURS
CUPS
24
‫העדפות‬
Time
until next
PREFERENCES
HOURS
3‫עברית‬
CUPS
UV
LAMP
REPLACEMENT
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
OFF
Place
a12
cup
on 95
thedays
tray
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
replacement:
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
PRESS
AND
HOLD
WASHING
TANKS
LIGHT
OFF
4‫הגדרות‬
CUPS
WAKE
UP THE
ToOK
unlock
keypad
SETTINGS
30
BUTTON
TO
5 CUPS
INTERNAL
CLEANING
NO
MEDIUM
Press
&
hold
EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
START
RECORDING
ENERGY
SAVING
60OK
PRESS
TO
RESET
YES
STRONG
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
CLEAR
THE
COUNTER
90
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
COLDER
SHUTCOOLER
DOWN
buttons to commence the procedure.‎
Press the and
The appliance will start washing the tanks. Please follow
the instructions on the digital display until the procedure ends.‎
‎‎‎Important! The appliance will first start with the hot water tank and continue with
the cold water tank, concluded by the carbonation tank. Each process takes a few
minutes. If the container has filled up before the procedure is over, press any button
to stop, empty the container and continue by pressing the button.
f. Reset
This option allows you to reset the appliance
software (only to be used if specifically instructed
to do so by Service Center personnel). To reset
the software, enter the "Reset" sub menu from:
‎M AIN MENU > MAINTENANCE > RESET
To reset the software, use the
Yes. Press
to confirm.
and
buttons to select
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12. CO2 Cylinder Replacement Indication
The digital display of the appliance provides
an indication when the CO2 cylinder requires
replacement:
A. When the contents of CO2 in the cylinder
is reduced to 10-20%, the CO2 icon will be
displayed on the main screen. You will still
be allowed to dispense sparkling water (it is
recommended to order a new CO2 cylinder at
this time).
B. When the CO2 cylinder is completly
depleated, the CO2 icon will be displayed on
the main screen and the sparkling water cup
icon will turn to white. Dispensing sparkling at
this time is disabled until a new CO2 cylinder is
inserted.
The CO2 cylinder replacement instructions are
provided on the following page.
In order to order a new CO2 cylinder, please
contact the Support and Service Center.
13. Vacations
If you planning not to use the TS Water Purifier
for a period longer than three days, we strongly
recommend to disconnect the appliance from
electric power and to close the water inlet.
On your next use, dispense cold water for one
minute, hot water for one minute and two cups
of sparkling water.
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WAKE
UP
1
ENERGY
SAVING
CLOCK
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
SET
CHILD
LOCK
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
ON SET
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
PREFERENCES
12 OFF
HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
12:33
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
PressENERGY
&
hold60EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
SAVING
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90‫נעילת‬
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
WAKE
UP
1
ENERGY
SAVING
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
SET
CHILD
LOCK
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
ON SET
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
PREFERENCES
12 OFF
HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
12:33
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
PressENERGY
&
hold60EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
SAVING
and‫נע‬then
press
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
WAKE
UP
1
ENERGY
SAVING
CLOCK
CLOCK
CLOCK
FORMAT
SET
CHILD
LOCK
MENU
‫תפריט‬
activate after (min.)
‫שעון‬
CLOCK
ON SET
CLOCK
24‫העדפות‬
HOURS
PREFERENCES
12 OFF
HOURS
CLOCK
FORMAT
‫מכשיר‬
‫תחזוקת‬
21:
55
MAINTENANCE
Other
alerts
OFF
07:30PM
12:33
WAKE
UP
‫הגדרות‬
To unlock
SETTINGS
30keypad
PLEASE
REPLACE
Press
&
hold60
EXTRA
‫באנרגיה‬
‫ חסכון‬HOT
ENERGY
SAVING
THE
CO2press
CYLINDER
and
then
MENU
‫מקשים‬
‫נעילת‬
‫נע‬
KEYPAD
LOCK
90
for 2 ‫כיבוי‬
seconds
SHUT DOWN
14. CO2 Carbonator Replacement Procedure
A. In order to prevent unwanted dispensing
during the carbonator replacement
procedure, lock the keypad by simultaneously
pressing the and buttons.
B. If necessary, rotate the appliance to gain
easy access. Remove the CO2 carbonator
cover by gently pulling it towards you.
C. Lift the CO2 carbonator upwards.
D. Release the carbonator by rotating it
counter-clockwise and gently
remove it from its location.
E. Remove the blue plastic cap from
the top of the new CO2
carbonator and place it on the old
carbonator.
F. Insert the new carbonator and rotate it
clock-wise until it locks in place.
G. Lower the CO2 carbonator back into
its original location
H. Return the magnetic cover to its location.
I. The CO2 indication on the main screen will disappear after dispensing the first cup of sparkling water.
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15. Cleaning the TS Water Purifier
Attention! Lock the appliance keypad before cleaning the appliance to prevent
undesired dispensing of water. Use a soft cloth and luke-warm water only to clean
the exterior of the water purifier, and a dry cloth for the activation panel.
Do NOT use strong detergents, concentrated cleaning agents, or any other solvents
or accessories that may harm the appliance.
The appliance is connected to the electricity grid. DO not wet the back of the
appliance.
16. Safety Precautions‎
•Caution! Moving the unit may cause flooding.‎‎‎
•TS uses power at 230V. Make sure you connect the device to a power outlet
with a 10A fuse.‎
•During operation and maintenance, please take all safety measures required for
operation of an electrical unit.‎
•This unit dispenses water at a very high temperature.‎
•You can activate "Child Safety" mode. Do not let children use the unit without
adult supervision. Put the cup or glass in the designated place and do not hold
it while water is dispensed.‎
•Caution! Water is dispensed from two different spouts. When pouring into a
narrow-necked bottle, use a funnel or pour the water into a wide-spouted jug
first.‎
•In case of any announcements from the water authorities or the Department of
Health regarding water quality failure or fault, drinking water must be boiled and
the authorities' instructions followed. After any such water quality failure or fault is
declared resolved, we recommend replacing the filter.‎
•For babies less than 1 year old, water must be boiled according to the instructions
of the Department of Health.‎
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•During the filtering process, phosphate salts at a quantity below the maximum
allowed by the drinking water standard are released into the water. If you have any
health problems, it is recommended that you consult with a doctor before you begin
to use the system.‎
•It is forbidden to turn on the UV-C light outside the unit. Using it not according to
the intended use or damage to the UV-C lamp socket may cause the escape of
UV-C radiation, which is harmful to the eyes and skin. The water purifier should not
be operated in case of a certain defect or damage.‎‎
• If any flaw is discovered during the operation of the appliance, do not attempt to repair
the fault. Contact a Service center so that the repair can be performed by a certified
technician.
Attention! This ‎device ‎is‎ intended f‎ or‎ dispensing‎ water‎ into ‎cups,‎ pitchers,‎ personal‎
bottles‎ and‎ pans.
17. Troubleshooting‎‎
‎ our water purifier is extremely reliable and requires almost no maintenance and service,
Y
except for the replacement of the filter and UV lamp at predetermined intervals. Before
you schedule a visit by a technician, please consult the following table to ensure that
you are experiencing a system fault, and not a problem with electricity or water supply.
Error
When pressing the sparkling
water button:
A. Sparkling water doesn’t
come out of the appliance.
B. The water is not cold
Sparkling level is low
Possible reasons
A. The CO2 cylinder is empty
Activities for implementation
Check if the CO2 indicator is displayed on the
main screen. Check with a new CO2 cylinder.
B. Cold water is not dispensed at all Check whether cold water is dispensed when
the cold water button is pressed.
If cold water is dispensed, disconnect the
appliance from the electricity for 10 seconds.
Reconnect the appliance and check if cold
water is dispensed. Call Customer Service if
the problem is not solved.
A. Cold water temperature
Verify that the cold water temperature is set to
lowest (see Section k.1 on page 19).
Check if the CO2 indicator is displayed on the
B. The CO2 cylinder is empty
main screen. Check with a new CO2 cylinder.
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Error
Possible reasons
Water doesn’t come out of the The appliance is not connected
appliance
to an electrical source
The electrical outlet is faulty
Activities for implementation
Verify that the appliance is connected to an
electrical source
Verify that the electrical outlet is in proper working
order by connecting another electrical appliance
The main water outlet is closed
Open the water outlet
Water outage
Check to see if there is water in any other
outlets
It is necessary to reset the control Disconnect the appliance from the electric
system
source for several seconds and reconnect it
When pressing the hot water The heating system is not ON
Verify that the heat switch on the back of the
appliance is in activated position (ON)
button:
A.The water that comes out is Over-consumption of hot water Wait for approx. 3 minutes and check again
not hot
B.Hot water does not come
The appliance is in "Energy
Wait until "Heating Done" is indicated
out at all
Saving" mode
The appliance is in "Child Safety" See Section 5 g on page 13
mode
When pressing the cold
The cold water temperature is Check the cold water temperature setting
water button:
set too high
(see section 5 l on page 15)
A.The water that comes out is
not cold
B.Cold water does not come Over-consumption of cold
Wait for approx. 15 minutes and check
out at all
water
again
It is necessary to reset the UV Disconnect the UV lamp and reconnect it
system
Leakage from the
The drop collector is full
Empty the drop collector
appliance
Leaks in the appliance
Disconnect the appliance from its
electrical source, close the water inlet
and call for a service technician
An irregular flavor
The appliance is new
Wash the tanks (see section
5 e on page 26)
The appliance was not in use Replace the filter and wash the tanks
for a long period of time
The filter was not replaced
on time
When pressing the Sparkling
Contact Customer Service
water button, other water (hot,
clod, mix) is dispensed
The quantity of sparkling
Dispense another cup of sparkling water
water is inaccurate
to verify the problem persists - contact
Customer Service if problem is not
solved.
‎If none of the above helps, please call our Customer Service department.
• T‎ he water system is secure-open and the tanks are not pressurized (there are no valves behind the hot
and cold water tanks). Therefore, light dripping as a result of water flow is standard and to be expected.‎
• ‎In case of a fault in the UV-C system, the water flow stops and a beep sound is heard. Please contact
our Customer Service department.‎
• ‎The system is only intended to treat drinking water supplied from the water network.‎
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18. Specifications
Filtration and Purification
UV Lamp
11Watts
Active carbon filter
2 microns
Cooling System
Cold/sparkling
water tank
Cooling
capacity**
Water
capacity***
Sparkling water
capacity
1.6 litre
125Watts
40 cups an hour****/
8 litres (cooling range
5-20ºC)
Continuous up to 5
cups (cooling range
5-12ºC)
Measurements
Height (cm)
Depth (cm)
Width (cm)
Dry weight (kg)
36.3
43.3 (46.8 open tray)
31.8
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Power Supply
Voltage
Frequency
Cooling output
Heating output
Current
230 V
50Hz
100Watts
1800Watts
8.5A
Water Supply
Minimal inlet
pressure
Maximal inlet
pressure***
Output
1.5 Atmospheres/
148000 Paskal
6 Atmospheres/
588000 Paskal
1.3 litre/minute
Heating System
Tank capacity 1.4 litre
Water output 60 cups an hour****/
12 litre (Heating range
92-96ºC)
Max Ambient Temp +32°C
*
‎ ASHRAE Conditions Evaporation Temperature -23°C
**
‎‎Water outputs are measured when the ambient temperature is no greater than
25°C and the network water temperature is no greater than 22°C and calculated
according to a standard cup of 200ml.
**** ‎If pressure is greater it is necessary to install a pressure valve on the water line
before the appliance.
∆
‎Cold water delivery is performed with a delay of 90 seconds between one cup and
the next.
∆ ∆ ‎Hot water delivery is performed with a delay of 60 seconds between one cup and
the next.
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Should you have any
questions, please
contact us:
‎‎Strauss Water
‎‎‎www.strauss-water.com
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