recommended tools - Second Wind Air Purifier

RECOMMENDED TOOLS
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Rev 0
Electric Drill
Screwdriver/Nut driver
Tin Snips
Eye Protection
Ductboard Knife
Permanent Marker
Tape measure
Aluminum tape and sealant
Multimeter
Issued: 03/01/2017
WARNING: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY
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Read these instructions carefully; failure to follow them could damage the product and cause a hazardous
situation.
Installer must be a trained, experienced service technician
UV Light Hazard. Harmful to bare skin and eyes. UV radiation can cause temporary or permanent loss of
vision. Never look at lamps while illuminated. To reduce the risk of exposure to UV radiation, take UVradiation protective measures for personnel during servicing.
This fixture is designed for use with germicidal UV-C lamps and must be installed in compliance with competent technical directions so that user’s eyes and bare skin will not be subjected to injurious rays.
UV Light Hazard. To prevent exposure to ultraviolet light, be sure the ultraviolet air treatment system is disconnected before servicing any part of the HVAC system or removing any access panel or the equivalent.
There shall not be any openings in the duct that would emit light.
There shall not be any duct supply or return air openings or any other openings that are in direct line-of-sight
of the UV bulb.
Check damaged parts: Before further use of the unit, any damaged part should be carefully checked to ensure
that the unit will operate properly. Any part that is damaged should be properly repaired or replaced.
CAUTION: Disconnect power before starting installation or maintenance.
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Personal Injury Hazard. Power supply can cause electrical shock. Disconnect power supply before servicing
or beginning installation.
Risk of exposure to excessive ultraviolet (UV) radiation—Do not operate without all device components in
place or if sight lens is damaged.
Equipment Damage Hazard. Ultraviolet light can cause color shift or surface degradation and sometimes
structural degradation of non-metallic components. Select mounting location that prevents exposure to plastic flexible duct components, polyurethane foam insulation material, rubber hoses, wire insulations, etc. If
mounting options are limited, items above should be protected with ultraviolet resistant materials such as
aluminum foil, aluminum duct tape, or metallic shields.
Electrical shock hazard from 24 volt or 120/277 VAC may cause serious injury or death.
Follow Proper Disposal Techniques for UV lamps (pg.3)
Wear protective gloves and safety glasses when handling lamp. To prevent injury, unplug lamp connector and
allow to cool for 10 minutes before servicing.
INSTALLATION:
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Prime location for installation of this device is on the supply side duct just above the condensing coil
(aka A-coil, slab coil, etc), but it can be installed on the return side if necessary.
Disconnect air handler from supply power.
Product shall be mounted only on metal components OR fiberglass ductboard of air ducts or air handlers
(AHU). If installing on fiberglass ductboard, reinforcement around mounting location may be required.
Drill or Cut a hole 2-1/2 to 3” diameter in the ducting/ductboard for mounting over or around coil exterior.
The lamp should be installed a minimum of 2-3 inches, maximum 36 inches away from the coil or pan surface.
Remove masking from adhesive foam on back of mounting plate. Insert 2124-Z in ductwork cutout. With
the ballast lead cord at the bottom of the unit, press 2414-Z against ductwork wall, exercising caution if fiberglass ductboard application. If mounting to sheetmetal ductwork, use mounting plate as template and secure
with supplied self-tapping screws.
Affix ballast near 24V power supply with included mounting hardware.
Open cover to reveal lamp connector (see lamp replacement procedure on page 3). Affix lamp connector to
lamp base.
Connect ballast to 24V transformer.
Replace protective covers previously removed and re-connect to supply power.
LAMP DISPOSAL
LAMP REPLACEMENT
The Second Wind Ultraviolet Germicidal 24 Volt Lamp is designed for 16,000
hours of continuous operation. After 16000 hours (approx 22 months) intensity
of the lamp inside the duct diminishes and should be replaced. Ballast# 010303
will display need for lamp change. Replacement of the lamp is recommended
by a qualified HVAC Service Technician.
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Disconnect electrical service and turn unit off.
Loosen (2) screws holding faceplate and rotate faceplate to expose lamp
connection to ballast. Secure top screw to stabilize plate during service.
Disconnect lamp connector from lamp base and remove plastic wing nut
from lamp base.
Remove old lamp CAUTION: old lamp may still be hot!
Replace the old lamp with the new lamp, making sure the new lamp is
clean and properly seats in rubber grommet at end of PCO module. Clean
the new lamp with an alcohol wipe if dirty or has fingerprints on it.
Secure lamp to chassis with plastic wing nut.
Attach lamp connector to the lamp base. Return faceplate to original install location and secure screws.
Reconnect unit to electrical service.
If lamp does not immediately illuminate, turn off electrical service and unit. Reverse pin contacts in connector by rotating connector 180 degrees
UV lamps contain mercury like other household lamps and must be disposed of properly. State requirements and
recycling opportunities vary, go to www.lamprecycle.org for State Regulations & Contacts. Please contact
your county waste collection department for proper disposal details.
USE GLOVES AND EYE PROTECTION
If a lamp is broken, do not use a vacuum cleaner to pick up the waste . Instead, sweep up the waste into a plastic
bag and seal. Contact your county waste collection department for proper disposal details.
If the unit does not work, check the following:
Electrical Supply/Wiring—Verify that the electrical service is operating correctly.
Ballast—If ballast LED does not illuminate, there is no power to the ballast or the ballast has failed and requires
replacement. Confirm power supply and proper transformer operation (if present). If power is proper and within
proper voltage (19-30V), contact supplier for replacement ballast
Transformer—If a transformer is employed to provide power to the unit (not provided by Second Wind), it
should be tested in accordance with instructions provided with unit when installed.
Lamp—Verify that the lamp is not broken and is properly seated in the lamp connector. To check this, follow
steps in the ’Lamp Replacement’ section with one exception: you should not remove and replace the lamp. If the
lamp is broken read the ‘Lamp Disposal’ section of this manual. Other lamp failure notifications will be shown
on display LED on ballast
ATTENTION INSTALLERS AND HOMEOWNERS
YOUR SECOND WIND PRODUCT MUST BE REGISTERED WITH SECOND WIND TO QUALIFY FOR
WARRANTY CLAIMS - SEE CONTAINER OR CALL 1-800-387-4565 FOR ASSISTANCE
SECOND WIND AIR PURIFIER WARRANTY
The Second Wind 2124-Z Air Purifier that is attached to your Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System (HVAC) has the
following warranty, applicable in U.S.A. and Canada if installed by a qualified installer
ONE (1) YEAR WARRANTY COVERAGE LAMPS
The lamps are warranteed by Second Wind for a period of one (1) year from the date of the original installation, when installed and operated in
accordance with Second Wind recommendations. If during this period a lamp fails, Second Wind will provide a free replacement.
FIVE (5) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Second Wind Air Purifier warrants this product, excluding lamps and ballast to be free from defects in the workmanship or materials, under normal use and service, for a period of five (5) years from the date of original installation, when installed and operated in accordance with Second
Wind recommendations. If during this period a covered component fails,Second Wind will repair or replace the part.
LIFETIME BALLAST WARRANTY
The ballast is warranted by Second Wind Air Purifier for the lifetime of this product, when installed and operated in accordance with Second Wind
Air Purifier recommendations. If during its lifecycle, the ballast fails, Second Wind will provide a free replacement after failure is returned for
evaluation.
SHIPPING, REPAIRS AND ALL OTHER COSTS OF WARRANTY SERVICE
End user must pay shipping charges and all other costs of warranty service. Second Wind will not pay labor involved in diagnostic calls or in
removing, servicing, or replacing parts. All repairs of covered components must be made with authorized service parts. Labor charges resulting
from diagnostic calls or service are not covered by this warranty.
CARE OF EQUIPMENT
WARRANTY PROCEDURE
WARRANTY LIMITATIONS
Your new Second Wind Purifier must be properly installed, operated and maintained in accordance with the unit installation, operation, and
maintenance instructions provided with each unit. Failure to provide maintenance per Second Wind instructions will void warranty.
This warranty will be voided if the covered equipment (only Second Wind replacement parts or units are warranted) is removed from the original
installation site. This warranty does not cover damage or defect resulting from:
1 Accident, or neglect or unreasonable use or operation of the equipment, including operation of electrical equipment at voltages other than the
range specified on the unit name plate.
2 Modification, change or alteration of the equipment, except as directed by Second Wind The furnishings of replacement parts under terms of
this warranty will apply to the original warranty period and will not extend the warranty.
Second Wind makes no express warranties other than the warranty specified above. All implied warranties, including the implied warranty of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to the duration of the warranty specified above. Liability for incidental and
consequential damages is excluded and is not covered by this warranty. Some States do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied
warranty or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Second Wind shall not be liable for any default or delay in performance under this warranty caused by any contingency beyond their control.
All Second Wind Air Purification systems that are attached to your Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System (HVAC) have a limited
unit warranty. To receive warranty consideration, the following must be provided.
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Be prepared to furnish the following information:
a- Complete model number and serial number
b- Proof of installation date if warranty claim is made by other than a qualified service dealer who maintains records of your installation
date and service history.
c- An accurate description of the problem.
d- Date of failure.
Call the installing dealer that you purchased your Second Wind device from.
If the installing dealer is unable to provide warranty parts, contact:
Second Wind Air Purifiers Inc,
255 Great Arrow Avenue, Unit 217
Buffalo, NY 14207
Phone: 1-800-387-4565
Fax: 716-875-5751
Email: service@secondwindairpurifier.com