18 INTRODUCTION Dear Customer, Thank you for choosing a

18 INTRODUCTION Dear Customer, Thank you for choosing a
INTRODUCTION
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing a VITRIFRIGO product.
We hope that you will be
completely satisfied with your purchase.
This manual is considered an integral part of the refrigerator and must accompany it
from the time of sale to the end user. Vitrifrigo prohibits the reproduction of this
manual in any part or form.
Before leaving our works, every refrigerator is subjected to stringent tests and
inspections to guarantee correct operation.
For more information or clarifications, please contact one of our assistance centres
or our offices directly.
Vitri Alceste
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WARNINGS
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Read this manual carefully before using the refrigerator.
If this appliance is replacing an older model, any locking device must be rendered completely nonfunctional prior to disposal.
Verify that the pachaging should be not demaged, otherwise tell it to the forwarder agent.
Unpacking and installation of the unit must be carried out with the utmost care. To avoid accidental
injury use protective gloves, in particular for the models with remote refrigerating unit (Fig. 3).
After unpacking the appliance, ensure that it is not damaged in any way. Notification of damage must
be given to the dealer no later than 24 hours from the purchase date.
The appliance must be used exclusively for the conservation of food and drinks.
Install the appliance far from any heat sources and allow for sufficient ventilation (see indications
below).
After installation, wait at least one hour before switching on the refrigerator. This precaution ensures
optimum refrigeration efficiency.
Before connecting the appliance to the power supply, check that the line voltage corresponds to the
specifications stated on the appliance rating plate and that of the compressor.
After installation check, that the appliance is not standing on the power cable.
For any operational problems, please contact your nearest Vitrifrigo assistance centre. In any case,
always refer to qualified personnel for assistance.
Before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning operations, disconnect the appliance from the power
supply.
Do not put glass containers holding liquids into the freezer compartment.
Dispose of packaging material in accordance with local by-laws for sorted waste recycling.
This machine cannot be thrown away with urban waste; it must be disposed of as separate refuse.
Contact the special refuse collection centres for electrical and electronic appliances in your area or return
it to your dealer when you purchase a newer model.
If not disposed of correctly, the machine may cause damage to the environment and to people’s health on
account of the specific substances it contains.
The symbol shown here opposite indicates that this machine cannot be disposed of with urban
waste.
Should you fly tip or dispose of the machine incorrectly, you risk fines and/or legal action being taken
against you, as specified by the laws in force.
The use of the refrigerator for anything other than its intended purpose is strictly prohibited.
Always keep the appliance perfectly clean and maintain the safety devices in good working order.
Keep the air vents in the appliance casing and/or cabinet for built-in installation free from obstruction.
Never remove safeguards (casings) from the refrigerator.
Always perform the checks, inspections, and scheduled maintenance, as specified on page x of this
manual.
The appliance must never be exposed to rain.
Suitable for campsite use.
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General Information
Purpose of the manual
This manual, which applies to refrigerators from the “INTERIOR (230 V AC)
OCEAN-RUNNER (12/24 V DC)” ranges, is intended as a guide for the correct and
safe use of same as well as for their routine maintenance.
To learn all about how to operate and use your refrigerator within a short space of
time, you must read this use and maintenance manual carefully as from the first time
of use.
The correct operation of your refrigerator also depends on efficient and effective
maintenance. However, it is necessary to know how to perform maintenance
operations. The instructions for use indicate all of the operations required to start,
stop and operate your refrigerator.
Your refrigerator has been made in compliance with all of the safety requirements
foreseen by the relevant directives. However, maximum user safety depends on
reading this manual carefully as well as on constant, careful cleaning and maintenance.
Some of the information or figures in this manual may show details or features that
differ slightly from those on your refrigerator; this does not alter essential information.
Due to our policy of constant product improvement, your refrigerator may have
variations not mentioned in this manual. Any variations will be included in
subsequent versions as necessary.
Manufacturer’s identity
This refrigerator is designed and made exclusively by:
Vitrifrigo s.r.l.
Via Della Produzione, 9
61020 Montecchio (PU)
Italy
Tel. +39 0721 491080
Fax. +39 0721 497739
E-Mail. vitrifrigo@vitrifrigo.com
www.vitrifrigo.com
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE (Fig. 2 and Fig. 7)
12/24Vcc – 220Vca
12/24Vcc Portatili
A) Horizontal evaporator
A1) Vertical evaporator
B) Drip tray
C) Thermostat housing
D) Removable wire racks
E) Glass shelf (on some models only)
F) Salad drawer (on some models only)
G) Door compartments (removable)
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Basket
Pawl closure
Evaporator
Bracket fastening screw
Fixing bracket
Mount with digital thermostat
Mount with LED thermostat
Manual thermostat (C26 only)
Switch (C26 only)
Handle
12/24 V DC – 220 V AC socket
The data plate bearing the serial number and technical data is located on the upper righthand section, inside the refrigerator. The first three figures of the serial number indicate
the year and week of manufacture.
All materials exposed to contact with food comply with EC directive 2004/1935.
Noise emission levels are maintained below 70 dB (A).
INSTALLATION
Ensure that the appliance is in no way damaged. Any damage resulting from transport
must be reported to the dealer no later than 24 hours after delivery.
Handle the appliance with care. Take care when positioning the refrigerating unit (in
the case of refrigerators with remote refrigerating units) to avoid breaking the
connection pipelines or obstructing them in any way. Always ensure that the
refrigerator and remote refrigerating unit (where supplied) are installed on a flat surface.
For built-in installation, cut two holes in the cupboard that will accommodate the
refrigerator: one at the bottom next to the refrigerating unit and the second in the top or
on the upper half of the side. The holes must have an area of at least 300 cm². If this is
not possible, leave a gap of at least 50 mm between refrigerator top and the interior
surface of the top of the cupboard (see Fig. 5).
Install the refrigerator away from heat sources in dry and well-ventilated surroundings.
Leave the appliance for at least one hour before switching on. In the meantime the
appliance should be cleaned for the first time.
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CLEANING THE REFRIGERATOR
Before cleaning, ensure that the refrigerator is not connected to the power supply. If
necessary, extract the plug from the power socket.
EXTERIOR
Clean exterior first with warm and then with cold water. Dry with a soft cloth. Avoid
all use of abrasive products.
INTERIOR
Remove the racks (or basket), containers, and ice trays, and clean the interior using
warm water mixed with a little bicarbonate of soda or vinegar. Rinse and dry carefully
with a soft cloth. Never use abrasive products, detergents or soap.
CONDENSER
The condenser (Fig. 4) should be cleaned at least once a year using a vacuum cleaner or
a dry brush.
In the case of prolonged disuse, to avoid the formation of mould or unpleasant odours,
extract the plug from the socket, empty the unit completely, clean the interior, and leave
the door ajar.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
This appliance complies with EC directive 89/336 governing radio suppression.
Before connecting the appliance to the power supply, check that the line voltage
corresponds to the indications on the appliance rating plate and those of the compressor
plate.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Each refrigerator is fitted with a thermostat, which automatically maintains set
temperatures.
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT
Select the desired temperature by means of the adjustment knob.
When the knob is on "0" or "STOP" the refrigerator is not in operation.
The refrigerator is started by turning the knob to "1". Temperature settings range
from 1 to 5; 5 being the lowest temperature.
For the wiring diagram, see Fig. 8e/h (12/24 V) or Fig. 9 (115 V/230 V)
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Some models are fitted with thermostats with different temperature scale markings to
those described above. In this case refer to Fig. 1. Decrease temperature by turning
the knob clockwise.
For rational food storage and conservation refer to the table below:
Food
Cleaned meat or fish
(place in plastic bags or
wrapping)
Eggs
Butter, margarine
Cooked food, cakes and
soups (cool and place in
airtight, sealed containers)
Cold cuts of meat, fresh
pasta,
confectioners
creams and custards,
puddings,
chocolate,
cream
cakes,
lard,
pastries, tomatoes
Bottles
Storage Time
2 to 3 days
Position in Refrigerator
On the rack under the freezer
compartment
1 month
1 week
3 to 4 days
Use door compartment
Use door compartment
On the lowest rack in the refrigerator
3 to 4 days
On any rack
In the bottle compartment inside
door
In the salad drawer at the bottom of
the refrigerator
Fruit and vegetables
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REPLACING THE LAMP
To replace the lamp (see fig. 2), proceed as follows:
Remove the protective cover perpendicularly from the base. Take care not to
damage the fastening pins.
Move one of the two springs in order to be able to slide out the lamp.
Bend the two springs lightly towards one another and insert the new lamp.
Make sure that the light is correctly tightened on the springs.
Refit the cover.
REVERSING THE DOOR
To change the door opening direction on doors with PIN closure:
Remove the top hinge and PIN closure.
Pull the door away until it comes free of the bottom hinge.
Remove the bottom hinge and refit it on the opposite side of the refrigerator.
Refit the door on the bottom hinge.
Fit the top hinge and PIN closure on the opposite side.
PANEL CHANGING
To remove and/or change the panel, proceed as follows:
Remove the door, as indicated in the previous section.
Loosen the screws on the lower base section and remove it.
Remove the panel by sliding it out downwards.
Insert a new panel in place of the old one, sliding it upwards as far as the stop.
Refit the lower base section.
DEFROSTING
Defrosting should be carried out whenever the frost layer exceeds a thickness of three
millimetres. This is necessary to guarantee efficient refrigeration and to avoid excessive
power consumption.
To completely defrost the refrigerator turn the thermostat knob to "stop". Keep the door
open to speed up defrosting time.
Do not attempt to remove the frost layer using any sharp metal instruments. This
could pierce the refrigerator plate and cause irreparable damage to the appliance.
In portable absorption refrigerators, defrosting is carried out automatically. We
recommend emptying the drip tray every day.
After defrosting, switch the refrigerator on by turning the thermostat knob to the desired
setting.
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SPECIAL WARNINGS FOR 220 V AC REFRIGERATORS
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The appliance must be earthed in accordance with the law.
Ensure that the earthing plant of the electrical system is in perfect working condition.
The manufacturer declines any responsibility for injury to people or damage to
property caused by non-compliance with the above regulations.
Avoid the use of adaptors, multiple sockets and extension leads. If absolutely
necessary, only use products that conform to current safety standards and take care not
to exceed the maximum power stated in the product specifications.
If the socket and the appliance plug are incompatible, replace the socket with one of the
correct type. This operation should be carried out by a qualified electrician who must
ensure that the wire size of the socket is suitable for the electrical input of the appliance.
TROUBLESHOOTING
1- IF YOUR REFRIGERATOR DOES NOT WORK
Check that:
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the power supply is present
the electrical system circuit breaker on the appliance has not tripped
the plug is in perfect condition and is inserted properly in the socket
the power socket functions properly. To check, connect up a similar appliance that you know
functions correctly
the power cable is not faulty.
2-EXCESS REFRIGERATOR NOISE
Check that:
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the refrigerator is not touching other objects which may cause vibrations
the refrigerating circuit tubes at the back of the unit are not touching or vibrating against the
appliance
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Check that:
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the refrigerator is not positioned close to heat sources
the refrigerator and remote refrigerating unit are sufficiently ventilated
frost has not accumulated on the evaporator
dust has not blocked the condenser
the fan rotates freely (in forced cooling models)
the refrigerator is not over-full
If, after checking the above, the refrigerator still does not function, consult your nearest assistance
centre.
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SPECIAL WARNINGS FOR 12-24 V DC REFRIGERATORS
INSTALLATION
When installing the refrigerator in caravans, campers, motor homes etc., fit air vents
communicating directly with the outside (see Fig. 6).
For installation purposes, some portable refrigerator models have a bracket to fix the
refrigerator in place (see Fig. 7).
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
For refrigerators powered at 12 or 24 V DC, we recommend connecting the systems
directly to the battery, following the corresponding instructions for the Danfoss
compressor supplied (see p.32 and p. 33).
Connecting power to the internal light on 12/24V DC refrigerators with remote
motor:
Connect the optional cable “D” (Code R10777) to the terminal board on the back
of the refrigerator and to the compressor control unit. (The terminal board “A” is
not polarised and therefore, the connection can be made without distinction).
Connect the battery to the compressor control unit, taking care to respect
polarity!
Terminal board for internal light connection.
Compressor control unit.
Battery.
Internal light power cable (supplied).
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SPECIAL WARNINGS FOR 12-24Vcc 100-240Vca REFRIGERATORS
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
We recommend connecting 12 or 24 V DC power lines directly to the battery,
following the corresponding instructions for the Danfoss compressor supplied (see
p. 32 and p.33).
Prepare the V AC power supply line using a three-pole cable with a minimum section
per conductor of 1 sq mm, suitable insulation for the intended use and environment and
compliant with the standards in force.
Connect the V AC power line using a plug/socket connection with suitable capacity
compliant with the standards in force. Alternatively, it is possible to fit an omnipolar
differential thermomagnetic circuit breaker with a capacity of 6 amperes and contact
opening of at least 3 mm or in any case, compliant with the standards in force.
When installation is complete, check the continuity of the earth circuit and perform all
of the electrical safety tests foreseen by the standards in force.
Protect the cables and lock them into place sufficiently to prevent them from
disconnecting if accidentally pulled or from coming into contact with hot parts at
temperatures above 50°C or with sharp parts.
Power line installation should be performed by qualified technical personnel who
can check the compliance of the system with standards in force and issue the
relevant conformity certification.
Connecting power to the internal light on 12/24V DC refrigerators with remote
motor:
Connect the optional cable (Code R10777) for inside light connection from the
terminal board on the back of the refrigerator and to the control unit of the
compressor, following the diagram on figure 15. (The terminal board is not
polarised and therefore, the connection can be made without distinction.)
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TEMPERATURE CONTROL
MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT
In the case of 12V DC or 24V DC portable absorption refrigerators, for maximum
energy saving, set the thermostat to position "A" for refrigerators of maximum 75 l
capacity, and to "A1" for models exceeding this capacity (Fig. 1).
“LED” THERMOSTAT
The electronic “LED” thermostat has two button controls:
An “ON/OFF” control
A temperature adjustment control “”
Pressing the control marked “ON/OFF” will switch the refrigerator on or off,
alternatively.
To set the required temperature, press the control marked . Each time this
control is pressed, the LED indicator will light up from left to right; for
intermediate settings, two adjacent LEDs will light up. When the LED indicator is
on the left, the refrigerator is set to minimum (warmest), while a right-hand LED
position indicates a reduction in temperature (cooler) of approximately 3°C. To
select a cooler temperature, press the button repeatedly until the LED furthest to the
right switches on (maximum cooling); if the control is pressed again, the LED
furthest to the left will switch on.
For the wiring diagram, see Fig. 8a/b/f
DIGITAL THERMOSTAT
The DIGITAL thermostat can be used to monitor the internal temperature of the
refrigerator constantly as well as to switch the compressor on and off.
The thermostat has a display and four keys, to check its status and programming.
When first connected to the power supply, the display will begin to flash and then
stop, showing the current temperature inside the refrigerator.
The default setting for the thermostat is 0°C.
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EDITING THE PARAMETERS:
Press the SET key twice quickly (within 5 sec.).
The first time, the display will read “SET” and the second time, it will
show “0” or the parameter set previously.
or
keys to change the temperature setting for the
Use the
refrigerator.
Press the FNC key twice quickly to confirm the new temperature setting.
The first time, the display will read “SET” and the second time, it will
show the internal temperature.
A small dot below the word “OUT” indicates that the compressor and fan
are operating.
For the wiring diagram, see Fig. 8c/d/g (12/24V)
AN INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR THE DIGITAL THERMOSTAT IS
SUPPLIED WITH EACH REFRIGERATOR IN ANY CASE.
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REVERSING THE DOOR
To change the door opening direction on doors with NAUTIC-EUROPA closure:
Remove the bottom hinge and pull the door downwards.
Take off the Nautic handle (1) and fit it back onto the door, on the opposite
side, taking care to respect the distance between centres of the relevant holes.
Unscrew the hinge pin (2) from the bracket and screw it to the other side.
Refit the door, making sure that the closure operates effectively.
Refit the bottom hinge on the opposite side of the refrigerator.
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To change the door operating direction on doors with NAUTIC-USA closure:
Remove the base of the fixing profile (1), if fitted.
Remove the hinge and bottom plate (2) and pull the door downwards.
Remove the Nautic handle (3), invert the stops and internal spring to change the
opening movement; turn the handle grip in the direction of the arrows.
Fit the Nautic handle back onto the door, on the opposite side, taking care to
respect the distance between centres of the relevant holes.
Move the catch plate (4) to the other side of the profile.
Refit the door, making sure that the closure operates effectively.
Refit the hinge, bottom plate and fixing profile base.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
1-IF YOUR REFRIGERATOR DOES NOT WORK
Check that:
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the electrical system circuit breaker on the appliance has not tripped.
the fuse in the electronic control unit has not blown
the power supply cable is not faulty
the battery is delivering sufficient power
the voltage on the electronic control unit terminal board corresponds to that of the
battery. If there is a voltage drop of over 0.2-0.4 V check that:
the size of the cable connecting the battery to the electronic control unit corresponds to
specifications (see table in the Danfoss instructions enclosed)
any junction points in the power line are efficient and terminals are properly tightened.
there are no signs of oxidisation on the battery poles and contact points
2-EXCESS REFRIGERATOR NOISE
Check that:
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the refrigerator and refrigerating unit are positioned on flat surfaces
the refrigerator is not touching other objects that may cause vibrations
the refrigerating circuit tubes at the back of the unit are not touching or vibrating against the
appliance
3-INSUFFICIENT REFRIGERATING POWER
Check that:
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the door is sealed properly
the refrigerator is not positioned close to heat sources
the refrigerator and remote refrigerating unit are sufficiently ventilated
frost has not accumulated on the evaporator
dust has not blocked the condenser
the fan rotates freely (in forced cooling models)
the refrigerator is not over-full
If, after checking the above, the refrigerator still does not function, consult your
nearest assistance centre.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR DANFOSS BD35/BD50F
12-24 V DC
The electronic unit is a dual voltage device. This
means that the same unit can be used in both 12V
and 24V power supply systems. Maximum voltage is
17V for a 12V system and 31.5V for a 24V power
supply system. Max. ambient temperature is 55°C.
The electronic unit has a builtin thermal protection
which is actuated and stops compressor operation if
the electronic unit temperature gets too high.
Installation (Fig. 10)
Connect the terminal plug from the electronic unit to
the compressor terminal. Mount the electronic unit
on the compressor by snapping the cover over the
screw head (1).
Power supply (Fig. 10)
The electronic unit must always be connected
directly to the battery poles (2). Connect the plus to
+ and the minus to -, otherwise the electronic unit
will not work. The electronic unit is protected
against reverse battery connection. For protection of
the installation, a fuse (3) must be mounted in the +
cable as close to the battery as possible. 15A fuse for
12V and 7.5A fuse for 24V circuits are
recommended. If a main switch (4) is used, it should
be rated to a current of min. 20A. The wire
dimensions in Fig. 11 must be observed. Avoid extra
junctions in the power supply system to prevent
voltage drop from affecting the battery protection
setting.
Battery protection (Fig. 10)
The compressor is stopped and re-started again
according to the decided voltage limits measured on
the + and - terminals of the electronic unit. The
standard settings for 12V and 24V power supply
systems appear from Fig. 12. Other settings (Fig. 13)
are optional if a connection which includes a resistor
(9) is established between terminals C and P. In
solar applications without a battery a 220 kW
resistor is recommended. In AEO (Adaptive Energy
Optimizing) speed mode the BD compressor will
always adapt its speed to the actual cooling demand
within a random operation voltage of 9.6 to 31.5V.
Thermostat (Fig. 10)
The thermostat (7) is connected between the
terminals C and T. Without any resistor in the
control circuit, the compressor with electronic unit
101N0210 or 101N0220 will run with a fixed speed
of 2,000 rpm when the thermostat is switched on.
With the thermostat directly connected to terminal C
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the electronic unit 101N0300 will adjust its speed to
the actual cooling demand. Other fixed compressor
speeds in the range between 2,000 and 3,500 rpm
can be obtained when a resistor (8) is installed to
adjust the current (mA) of the control circuit.
Resistor values for various motor speeds appear
from Fig. 14.
Fan (optional, Fig. 10)
A fan (5) can be connected between the terminals +
and F. Connect the plus to + and the minus to F.
Since the output voltage between the terminals + and
F is always regulated to 12V, a 12V fan must be
used for both 12V and 24V power supply systems.
The fan output can supply a continous current of
0.5Aavg. A higher current draw is allowed for 2
seconds during start.
LED (optional, Fig. 10)
A 10mA light emitting diode (LED) (6) can be
connected between the terminals + and D. In case
the electronic unit records an operational error, the
diode will flash a number of times. The number of
flashes depends on what kind of operational error
was recorded. Each flash will last ¼ second. After
the actual number of flashes there will be a delay
with no flashes, so that the sequence for each error
recording is repeated every 4 seconds.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR DANFOSS BD35/BD50F
12-24 Vcc / 110-240 Vca
The electronic unit is a multi voltage device. It can
be used in both 12V/24V DC and 100-240V AC 50/
60Hz power supply systems. Max. voltage is 17V
DC for a 12V DC system and 31.5V DC for a 24V
DC power supply system. Max. voltage is 265V AC
and min. 85V AC for an AC power supply system.
Max. ambient temperature is 55°C. The electronic
unit has a builtin thermal protection which is
actuated and stops the compressor operation if the
electronic unit temperature becomes too high (100°C
/ 212°F on the PCB). Power consumption is
limited to 100W. See datasheet BD50F for details.
Installation (Fig. 1)
Connect the terminal plug from the electronic unit to
the compressor terminal. Mount the electronic unit
on the compressor by snapping the cover over the
screw head (1).
Power supply (Fig. 1)
DC: The electronic unit must always be connected
directly to the battery poles (2). Connect the plus to
+ and the minus to -, otherwise the electronic unit
will not work. The electronic unit is protected
against reverse battery connection. For protection of
the installation, a fuse (3) must be mounted in the +
cable as close to the battery as possible. It is
recommended to use 15A fuses for 12V and 7.5A
fuses for 24V circuits. If a main switch (4) is used, it
should be rated to a current of min. 20A. The wire
dimensions in Fig. 2 must be observed. Avoid extra
junctions in the power supply system to prevent
voltage drop from affecting the battery protection
setting.
AC: The wires must be connected to the terminals
marked L and N on the electronic unit. Nominal
voltages from 100 to 240 VAC 50/60Hz. Upper
safety cut-out limit = 270V AC and lower limit 80V
AC. A 4A fuse (11) must be mounted in the live (L)
cable to protect the installation. If a main switch
(12) is used, it should be rated to a current of min.
6A. The wire dimensions must be min. 0.75 mm2 or
AWG 18. NB: Earth connection can be used if
required.
General: Both the AC and the DC power supply can
be connected to the electronic unit at the same time.
In this case, AC will be preferred power supply
source. If the AC power supply is disconnected or
drop below 85V AC on a 12V DC supply system, a
time delay of 1 min. will be activated before the
compressor continues on DC power supply. If AC
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power supply is re-established there will be no delay
in compressor operation.
Battery protection (Fig. 1)
The compressor is stopped and re-started again
according to the decided voltage limits measured on
the + and - terminals of the electronic unit. The
standard settings for 12V and 24V power supply
systems appear from Fig. 3. Other settings are
optional if a connection which includes a resistor (9)
is established between terminals C and P. See
manual.
Thermostat (Fig. 1)
The thermostat (7) is connected between the
terminals C and T. Without any resistor in the
control circuit, the compressor will run with a fixed
speed of 2,000 rpm when the thermostat is switched
on. Other fixed compressor speeds in the range
between 2,000 and 3,500 rpm can be obtained when
a resistor (8) is installed to adjust the current (mA)
of the control circuit. Resistor values for various
motor speeds appear from Fig. 5.
Fan (optional, Fig. 1)
A fan (5) can be connected between the terminals +
and F. Connect the plus to + and the minus to F.
Since the output voltage between the terminals + and
F is always regulated to 12V, a 12V fan must be
used for both 12V and 24V power supply
systems. The fan output can supply a continuous
current of 0.5Aavg. A higher current draw is allowed
for 2 seconds during start.
Lamp (optional, Fig. 1)
A 12V DC 5 Watt lamp (10) can be connected
between the terminals A and C. The output voltage
between the terminals A and C is always regulated to
12V DC. A 12V DC lamp must be used for both
12V and 24V power supply systems.The lamp
output can supply a continuous current of 0.5Aavg.
LED (optional, Fig. 1)
A 10mA light emitting diode (LED) (6) can be
connected between the terminals + and D. If the
electronic unit records an operational error, the
diode will flash a number of times. The number of
flashes depends on what kind of operational error
was recorded. Each flash will last ¼ second. After
the actual number of flashes there will be a delay
with no flashes, so that the sequence for each error
recording is repeated every 4 seconds.
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