TroposAir | 88456 | Instructions / Assembly | TroposAir 88456 Instructions / Assembly

Owner’s Manual
McCoy
3TP52
This instruction contains 6 pages:
Page 1: Foreword
Page 2: Unpack and inspect parts contained
Page 3: Notes before installation and Hanging system installation
Page 4: Wire connection
Page 5: Blade installation /Canopy installation
Page 6: Remote
Net weight
5.1 KGS.
Toll Free: 1-855-676-7247
11.23 LBS.
WARNING : Read and follow these instructions carefully and be mindful of all warnings shown throughout.
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK, OR INJURY
TO PERSONS, PLEASE OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING :
1 ] . To ensure the success of the installation, be sure to read the instructions and review the diagrams
thoroughly before beginning. Two people recommended for fan installation.
2]. To avoid possible electric shock, be sure electricity is turned off at the main power box before wiring.
All electrical connections must be made in accordance with local codes, ordinances and/or the
National Electric Code. If you are unfamiliar with the methods of installing electrical wiring and
products, secure the services of a qualified and licensed electrician as well as someone who can
check the strength of the supportive ceiling members and make the proper installations and
connections.
3]. Make sure that your installation site will not allow rotating fan blades to come in contact with any
object. Blades should be at least 7 feet from floor when fan is in operation.
4]. If possible, mount ceiling fan on a ceiling joist - the joist must be able to support the motion and weight
of the moving fan. If the fan will be mounted on a ceiling outlet box, a 4" x 2-1/8" deep METAL octagon
box is required ; one UL listed as " suitable for fan support ". The box and its supporting members must
not be able to twist or work loose. DO NOT USE PLASTIC BOXES. Installation on a concrete ceiling should
be performed by qualified personnel.
5]. Blades should be attached after motor housing is hung and in place. Fan motor housing should be
kept in carton until ready to be installed to protect its finish. If you are installing more than one ceiling
fan, make sure that you do not mix fan blade sets.
6]. After making electrical connections, spliced conductors should be turned upward and pushed
carefully up into outlet box. The wires should be spread apart with the grounded conductor and the
equipment - grounding conductor on one side of the outlet box and the " HOT " wires on the other side.
7]. Electrical diagrams are for reference only. Light kits that are not packed with the fan must be ETL listed
and should be installed per the light kit's installation instructions.
8]. After fan is completely installed, check to make sure that all connections are secure to prevent fan
from falling and/or causing damage or injury.
9]. The fan can be made to work immediately after installation. The bearings are adequately charged
with grease so that, under normal conditions, further lubrication should not be necessary.
10]. The fan must be turned off and stopped before reversing fan direction.
11]. This fan is suitable for slope ceiling.
12] . This fan is reversible.
13]. This fan is not light kit adaptable.
14]. This fan is controlled by remote.
15]. This fan is suitable for indoor location use.
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Unpack and inspect fan carefully to be certain
all contents are included.
Mounting Bracket
Hardware Bag
For Mounting Plate:
Flat Washer
x2
Spring Washer x2
Wood Screw
Downrod
x2
Machine Screw x2
For Wire Connection:
Wire Nut x 3
Canopy
For Blade Installation:
Blade Screw x 10 (one spare screw included)
Yoke cover
Paper Washer x 10
Wires
Reverse Switch
(on top of motor)
For Blade Balance :
Balanced slide x 1
Weight block (3G x 3)
Fan Assembly
Bottom plate
Blade(3)
Remote *Battery Included
Hardware Bag
Wood Screw x2
Wire Nut x 5
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3G
M
3G
M
3G
M
WARNING: blades should be at least 7 feet from floor
Note 1:
Note 2:
Turn off power at breaker box to avoid possible
electrical shock.
Use metal outlet box suitable for fan support.
Outlet box must support 35 lbs min.
OFF OFF OFF
1. HANGING SYSTEM INSTALLATION
1A.Installing mounting bracket to ceiling outlet box
Install mounting bracket to outlet box in ceiling by using screws included
Outlet Box
with the outlet box and washers from the hardware bag.
Mounting
Bracket
1B. Installing Downrod and Yoke
1 Remove cross pin and cotter pin from downrod.
2 Insert downrod through canopy and yoke cover, and feed motor lead wires through downrod.
3 Loosen 2 downrod jam screws at yoke. Insert downrod assembly into yoke.
4 Insert the cross pin through yoke & downrod and secure with cotter pin.
5 Tighten both downrod jam screws to further secure downrod.
6 Pull down the yoke cover to cover yoke.
2 Wires
Downrod
1 Cross Pin
Downrod
Assembly
1
Cotter Pin
Canopy
4 Cotter Pin
5
3
Yoke
Downrod Jam
Screw(2)
( Loosen ing)
Yoke cover
Downrod Jam
Screw(2)
(Tightening)
Yoke cover
6
4 Cross Pin
Yoke
1C. Hanging the fan
Rotate fan so that the groove on the ball engages
the ridge in the mounting bracket.
Lift fan assembly onto mounting bracket.
Mounting
Bracket
Ridge
Ball Groove
Fan Assembly
P3
Mounting
Bracket
2. WIRE CONNECTION
2A. Making electrical wire connection.
Follow diagram below and make sure that all exposed wires are secured inside wire nuts.
Note: Wires from house may vary in color and may not include ground wire (green).
After wiring is completed, collect wires neatly inside hanging base.
*White wire from house to white wire from receiver
*Black wire from house to black wire from receiver
*Ground wire from house to green wires from downrod and from mounting bracket
*White wire from fan to white wire from receiver
*Black wire from fan to black wire from receiver
* Secure with twist - lock wire nuts. (Included)
From House
From Fan
From Receiver
White
White
(AC-N)
Bla
White
ck
Blac
White
( Motor - N )
k
Black
Black
( Motor - L )
(AC-L)
Green
Green
( from down rod)
( for ground wire )
Green
( from mounting bracket )
2B. Setting code switches for transmitter
Remote controls are tuned to operate together using 4 switches for 16 possible code combinations.
1.Setting the code on the TRANSMITTER
1 Remove battery cover.
2 Slide code switch randomly using a small screwdriver or ball point pen to slide each switch firmly up or down.
3 Install 9V DC battery.(Included)
4 Install battery cover on transmitter.
NOTE : This fan has no light,
so please disregard this light function.
2.Setting the code on the RECEIVER
Slide code switches on the Receiver to be
the SAME POSITIONS as set on your Transmitter.
2
Transmitter
Code Switches
1
2
3
Receiver
Code Switches
4
1
3
14
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ON
2
3
DIP
4
2C. Insert receiver into mounting bracket
NOTE: Do not sq u eeze all the wires while inserting the receiver into the mounting bracket.
3. CANOPY INSTALLATION
Note: Two screws are pre-installed on mounting bracket for canopy installation.
1 Push up canopy until two screws pre-screwed on mounting bracket are engaged with two key holes
on canopy.
2 Rotate canopy slightly until two pre-installed screw heads are engaged in the narrow end of key holes.
3 Tighten both screws.
1 Canopy
3 Screw (2)
2 Key Hole (2)
4. BLADE INSTALLATION
4A. Remove the bottom plate and flat washer at fan assembly.
4B. 1 Insert Blades into Blade slots of Rotating Band.
2 Fasten blades onto motor assembly through rectangular hole by using the blade screws and
paper washers. provided from hardware bag.
4C. Attach flat washer and the bottom plate by screwing it clockwise onto center shaft.
Fan Assembly
Fan Assembly
Fan Assembly
Rotating
Band
Rotating
Band
Blade
Blade
Center Shaft
Flat Washer
Flat Washer
Blade Screw (3)
& Paper Washer (3)
Bottom plate
Bottom plate
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5. REMOTE
NOTE: Make sure transmitter and receiver have the same code for fan operation.
LOW:Fan low speed
MED:Fan middle speed
HI:Fan high speed
MED
HI
LO W
O FF
OFF: For SETTING / Fan speed
: Button for ON/OFF Light
NOTE : This fan has no light,
so please disregard this light function.
6. Turn on the power - your fan is ready for operation.
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