TTR 56 E
EN
TRT-BA-TTR56E-TC-003-EN
OPERATING MANUAL
DEHUMIDIFIER
Legal notice
Table of contents
Notes regarding the operating manual .................................... 01
Safety ..................................................................................... 02
Information about the device................................................... 03
Transport and storage............................................................. 05
Start-up .................................................................................. 05
Operation................................................................................ 06
Errors and faults ..................................................................... 09
Maintenance ........................................................................... 10
Disposal.................................................................................. 14
Declaration of conformity ........................................................ 14
Notes regarding the operating manual
Symbols
Hazardous electric current!
Warns about hazards from electric current which can
lead to injuries or even death.
Danger!
Warns of a hazard which can lead to personal injury.
Caution!
Warns of a hazard which can lead to property damage.
You can download the current version of the operating manual
and the EU declaration of conformity via the following link:
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publication may be reproduced without written permission from
Trotec GmbH & Co. KG. The same applies for electronically
processing, duplicating or spreading the publication. Subject to
technical changes. All rights reserved. Trademarks are used
without guarantee that they may be used freely and primarily
following the spelling of the manufacturer. Product names are
registered.
Changes to construction in the interests of constant
improvements to the product, as well as changes to the shape
and colour are reserved.
The scope of delivery may vary from product images. This
document was created with all due care. Trotec GmbH & Co. KG
accepts no liability whatsoever for possible mistakes or
omissions. © Trotec GmbH & Co. KG
Warranty and liability
The device complies with the fundamental health and safety
requirements of the applicable EU regulations
and was tested at the factory for perfect functionality multiple
times.
However, if faults in the functionality occur and cannot be
remedied with the measures in the Errors and faults chapter,
please get in touch with your dealer or distributor.
When making a warranty claim, supply the device number (see
the rear of the device).
When manufacturer's instructions or legal regulations have not
been followed, or after unauthorised changes to the device are
made, the manufacturer is not responsible for the resulting
damages.
Changes to the device or unauthorised replacement of individual
parts can drastically impact the electrical safety of this product
and will result in the loss of the warranty. Liability does not extend
to damages to people or property caused by the device being
used other than as described in the instructions in this operating
manual. Subject to changes to technical design and model
changes as part of constant development and product
improvement without prior notice.
No liability is accepted for damages resulting from improper use.
In such a case, any warranty claims will be voided also.
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Safety
Improper use
Carefully read this manual before starting / using the device
and keep it within reach!
Do not place the device on wet or flooded ground. Do not use the
device outdoors. Do not lay any objects, e.g. wet clothing, on the
device for drying. Any unauthorised changes, modifications or
alterations to the device are forbidden.
• Do not use the device in potentially explosive rooms. Do not
use the device in aggressive atmosphere.
• The device is designed for indoor installation.
• The device must have an upward safety distance of 90 cm to
all combustible materials.
• Keep away from children and animals.
• Set the device up in an upright and stable position.
• Do not expose the device to dripping water.
• Make sure that the air inlet and outlet are not obstructed.
• Make sure that the suction side is kept free of dirt and loose
objects.
• Never reach or put objects into the device.
• Do not cover the device during operation.
• Do not transport the device during operation.
• Ensure that all electric cables outside of the device are
protected from damage (e.g. caused by animals).
• Observe the device's power input, cable length and intended
use when selecting extensions to the connecting cable. Avoid
electrical overload.
• Only transport the device in an upright position with an
emptied condensation tank.
• Dispose of the collected condensate. Do not drink it. Health
hazard!
Personnel qualifications
People who use this device must:
• be aware of the dangers that occur when working with
electric devices in damp areas.
• have read and understood the operating manual, especially
the Safety chapter.
Residual risks
Hazardous electric current!
Work on the electrical components must only be carried
out by an authorised specialist company!
Hazardous electric current!
Before any work on the device, remove the mains plug
from the mains socket!
Danger!
The device is not a toy and does not belong in the hands
of children!
Danger!
Dangers can occur at the device when it is used by
untrained people in an unprofessional or improper way!
Observe the personnel qualifications!
Danger!
Do not leave the packaging lying around. Children may
use it as a dangerous toy.
Intended use
Use the device TTR 56 E only for drying and dehumidifying room
air, while adhering to and following the technical data.
Intended use comprises:
• drying and dehumidifying:
– living rooms, bedrooms or basements
– laundries, holiday homes.
• maintaining the dryness of:
– storage spaces, archives, laboratories, museums, garages
– changing rooms etc.
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Caution!
To avoid damages to the device, never operate the
device without an inserted air filter!
Behaviour in the event of an emergency
1. Disconnect the device from the mains in the event of an
emergency.
2. Do not reconnect a defective device to the mains.
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Device depiction
Information about the device
1
Device description
The device operates on the desiccant principle, without
compressor or cooling agent.
The fully automatic control and the condensation tank (6) with
integrated overflow protection ensure fault-free operation.
The fan sucks in damp room air via the air inlet (4) with air
filter (7), the condenser and the desiccant wheel located behind
it.
Within the internal regeneration circuit the air is led via a heating
element, it dries the desiccant wheel and leads the moist, warm
air through the condenser. At the cooler condenser, heat is
withdrawn from the room air and cooled below dew point. The
water vapour contained in the room air precipitates in form of
condensate. The condensate drops into the condensation
tank (6).
The drier air, thus conditioned, is fed back to the room air via the
air outlet (2). The drier air mixes with the air in the room. The
relative humidity in the room where the device is positioned is
reduced by the constant circulation of the room air.
A float is attached inside the condensation tank (6), which in case
of a filled condensation tank interrupts the dehumidification.
When switching off, the device emits a triple acoustic signal and
the condensation tank indicator light on the control panel (1) is
illuminated (see chapter Operating elements). The indicator light
only goes out again once the emptied condensation tank (6) is
reinserted.
The device was designed to reduce the humidity level in living and
working spaces.
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1
3
7
4
6
5
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No.
Designation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
control panel
air outlet
handle
air inlet
connection opening for condensation hose
condensation tank
air filter
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Technical data
Parameter
Value
Dehumidification performance, max.
Operating temperature
Operating range for relative humidity
Air flow rate, max.
Electric connection
Power consumption, max.
Power input, min.
Condensation tank
Weight
Dimensions (height x depth x width)
Minimum distance to
walls or other objects
9 l / 24 h
1 to 32 °C
35 to 95 %
200 m³/h
230 V / 50 Hz
780 W
470 W
3.5 l
8.5 kg
525 x 200 x 445 mm
A: Top:
90 cm
B: Rear:
40 cm
C: Sides: 40 cm
D: Front: 50 cm
45 dB(A)
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m; complies with DIN 45635-01-KL3)
Wiring diagram
8
36
35
37
34
33
32
11
31
24
23
16
10
30
15
25
26
22
29
28
21
27
21
9
12
17
13
18
14
19
No.
Designation
No.
Designation
No.
Designation
No.
Designation
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Control Panel
Fuse 2
Fuse 1
L-Heat
Black
Heater
Blue
Red
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
H-Heat
Red
Motor C
Black
Black
Motor B
Red
Motor
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
L-Fan
Yellow
Motor A
Black
Brown
Red
White
H-Fan
32
33
34
35
36
37
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
Sensor 4
Magnetswitch
Power PCB
4
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Transport and storage
Start-up
To make the device easier to transport, it is fitted with a carry
handle.
Before transporting the device, observe the following:
Positioning
When positioning the device, observe the minimum distance from
walls or other objects as described in the Technical data chapter.
1. Switch the device off by means of the POWER button (see
chapter Operating elements).
2. Wait for at least 2 minutes in rundown operation until the fan
has switched off and the operation indicator light (44) flashes
no more.
3. Only now remove the mains plug from the mains socket.
4. Empty the condensation tank. Check for dripping
condensation.
5. Wait for at least 1 hour before undertaking to transport or
maintain the device.
A
B
C
C
After transporting the device, observe the following:
1. Set up the device in an upright position after transport.
D
Storage
When out of use, store the device as follows:
• dry,
• under a roof,
• in an upright position where it is protected from dust and
direct sunlight,
• with a plastic cover to protect it from invasive dust, if
necessary.
• The storage temperature is the same as the range given for
the operating temperature in the chapter Technical Data.
• Set the device up in a level and stable position. the device is
provided with a tilt protection, hence one must observe level
positioning.
• If possible, place the device in the middle of a room and keep
it away from sources of heat and combustible materials.
• Make sure that no curtains or other objects interfere with the
air flow. Keep a sufficient distance, see chapter Technical
data.
• When positioning the device in humid areas such as laundries
or the like, secure the device locally with an RCD (Residual
Current Device) which complies with the appropriate
regulations.
• Make sure that extension cables are completely unrolled.
Notes regarding the dehumidification performance
The dehumidification performance depends on:
• the layout of the room
• the room temperature
• the relative humidity
For use in living rooms, a relative humidity of approx. 50 % to
60 % is sufficient. In store rooms and archives, the humidity
should not exceed approx. 50 %.
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Inserting the air filter
Operating elements
Before switching the device on, insert the air filter.
38 39 40
41
42
43
44
45
40% 50% 60% 70%
49
48
47
46
Eco mode indicator light:
Is illuminated when economical operation is activated.
Normal operation mode indicator light:
Is illuminated when normal operation is activated.
Drying mode indicator light:
Is illuminated when drying operation is activated.
Display:
Indicates the ambient air's relative humidity
(35 % to 95 % RH).
While setting the timer, the display indicates the preselected number
of hours for about 8 seconds.
Indication of the set humidity value:
Indicates the preselected humidity value (40 %, 50 %, 60 % or 70 %)
or permanent dehumidification.
Default value: 50 %
Timer indicator light:
Is illuminated when the timer was activated for the selected number
of hours.
Operation indicator light:
Is illuminated in green when the device is switched on.
Flashes green when
• the device was tilted (over): The device switches off.
• the device is switching off (rundown operation).
An acoustic signal is emitted additionally.
Condensation tank indicator light:
Is illuminated in red when the condensation tank is full or not
positioned properly.
POWER button:
Switches the device on or off. An acoustic signal is emitted.
TIMER button:
Sets the timer function.
If no time is selected for drying operation, the device switches off
after 24 hours.
HUMIDITY button:
Setting the nominal value for humidity in normal operation or eco
mode:
40 %, 50 %, 60 %, 70 % or permanent dehumidification.
Default value: 50 %
MODE button:
Setting the operating mode: eco mode, normal operation or drying
mode.
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
6
POWER
38
Switching the device on
1. Ensure that the condensation tank is empty and inserted
correctly. Otherwise, the device will not operate!
2. Check whether the air filter is correctly inserted in the device.
3. Insert the mains plug into a properly secured mains socket.
4. Use the POWER button (46) to switch the device on.
5. Select the desired operating mode by use of the MODE
button (49).
6. Set the nominal humidity value by means of the HUMIDITY
button (48).
7. Select the desired operating time in hours by use of the
TIMER button (47).
TIMER
Operating element
39
• After being switched on, the device operates fully
automatically – depending on the selected operating mode or
until the float indicates that the condensation tank is full and
the device switches itself off.
• Avoid open doors and windows.
HU MITIDY
No.
Operation
Note:
Wait for 3 minutes before you switch the device back on (e.g.
after draining the condensation tank).
MODE
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Eco mode
Emptying the condensation tank
The device operates at low fan speed to save energy.
The heating switches off when the relative humidity in the
ambient air falls below the set nominal value. If the humidity
increases to above the set value, the heating will switch on again.
Start eco mode as follows:
• Press the MODE button (49) until the eco mode indicator
light (38) is lit.
The condensation tank needs to be drained when the
condensation tank indicator light (45) lights up. The device stops
operation and emits an acoustic signal. In order to interrupt the
acoustic signal, you can switch the device off by means of the
POWER button (46).
A.
Normal operation mode
The device operates at normal fan speed.
The heating switches off when the relative humidity in the
ambient air falls below the set nominal value. If the humidity
increases to above the set value, the heating will switch on again.
Start normal operation mode as follows:
• Repeatedly press the MODE button (49) until the normal
operation mode indicator light (39) is lit.
Drying mode (function for drying laundry)
In drying mode the device operates continuously at full capacity
until the preselected time has run out. If no time is selected, the
device switches off automatically after 24 hours.
In addition, the device may also be used as a kind of clothes dryer
to dry wet laundry. When positioning the device or a clothes
horse, please observe the minimum distances specified in the
technical data.
B.
Start drying mode as follows:
• Repeatedly press the MODE button (49) until the drying mode
indicator light (40) is lit.
Switch-off timer
Use the switch-off timer to automatically switch off the device
after a specified time interval (hourly increments from 1 to
24 hours).
Start the switch-off timer as follows:
• Repeatedly press the TIMER button (47) until the desired
duration is displayed in hours.
Note:
Regardless of the operating mode, the maximum time span for
non-stop operation amounts to 24 hours; after this period the device switches off automatically.
EN
C.
D.
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Operation with hose attached to the condensation
connection
C.
At a high humidity level it is recommendable to constantly drain
the condensate via a hose, for otherwise the condensation tank
has to be emptied too frequently.
To do so, proceed as follows:
1. Remove the condensation tank as indicated in fig. A.
2. Remove the protective cap at the condensation connection,
e.g. by means of a slotted screwdriver, as illustrated in fig. B.
3. Remove the plug from the condensation connection (fig. C).
4. Insert the plug into the condensation tank drain located within
the device (fig. C).
5. Connect a suitable hose with an inner diameter of 12 mm to
the condensation connection (fig. D).
Note:
The hose is not included in the scope of delivery.
6. Put the condensation tank back in.
7. Lay the hose to a drain or collection container. To ensure
continuous drainage, make sure that the hose runs in a
straight line and does not exceed the height of the drain hole
(see fig. E).
D.
A.
B.
E.
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Shutdown
1. Press the POWER button (46).
– The operation indicator light (44) flashes during rundown
operation (approx. 2 minutes), then goes out.
2. Wait until the end of the rundown period (approx. 2 minutes).
– Due to the follow-up time of the internal components, the
device only switches off completely after approx.
2 minutes.
3. Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp hands.
4. Do not pull the mains plug from the mains socket before the
rundown operation is completed.
5. Empty the condensation tank and wipe it dry with a clean
cloth. Check for dripping condensation.
6. Clean the device, and especially the air filter, according to the
chapter Maintenance.
7. Store the device according to the Storage chapter.
Errors and faults
The device has been checked for proper functioning several times
during production. If malfunctions occur nonetheless, check the
device according to the following list.
The device does not start or has been switched off:
• Check the power connection.
• Check the mains plug for damages.
• Check the condensation tank for correct seating. Check the
filling level of the condensation tank and empty it if
necessary. The condensation tank indicator light (45) must
not light up.
• The device comes equipped with a tilt protection, it switches
off automatically when tilted. The operation indicator
light (44) must be illuminated in green. When the lamp
flashes, check whether device is in an upright position on a
level surface.
• Have the electrical equipment checked by a specialist
company for cooling and air-conditioning or by Trotec.
• For reasons of safety, the device switches off automatically
after a period of 24 hours.
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The device is running, but there is no formation of
condensate:
• Check the float in the condensation tank for dirt. If necessary,
clean the float and condensation tank. The float must be able
to move freely.
• Check the room temperature. Observe the device's
permissible operating range according to the technical data.
• Check the selected operation mode and the programmed
nominal humidity value.
• Ensure that the relative humidity complies with the technical
data.
• Check the air filter for dirt. If necessary, clean or replace the
air filter.
• From the outside, check the condenser for dirt (see chapter
Maintenance). If your condenser is dirty, have it cleaned by a
specialist company for cooling and air-conditioning or by
Trotec.
The device is loud or vibrates; condensate is leaking:
• Check whether the device is standing upright and on an even
surface.
The device gets very warm, is loud or loses power:
• Check air inlets and air filter for dirt. Remove external dirt.
• Visually examine the inside of the device for dirt (see chapter
Maintenance). If the inside of the device is dirty, have it
cleaned by a specialist company for cooling and
air-conditioning or by Trotec.
Your device still does not operate correctly after these
checks?
Bring the device to a specialist company for cooling and
air-conditioning or to Trotec for repair.
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Maintenance
Maintenance intervals
before every
start-up
Maintenance and care interval
Empty condensation tank
Check the air inlets and outlets for dirt and foreign
objects and clean if necessary
Clean the exterior
Visually check the inside of the device for dirt
Check the air inlet grid and air filter for dirt and foreign
objects and clean or replace if necessary
Replace the air filter
Check for damage
Check the attachment screws
Test run
as needed
at least every at least every at least every at least annu2 weeks
4 weeks
6 months
ally
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Maintenance and care log
Device type: ........................................
Maintenance and care interval
Device number: ........................................
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Check air inlets and outlets for dirt and foreign objects
and clean if necessary
Clean the exterior
Visually check the inside of the device for dirt
Check the air inlet grid and air filter for dirt and foreign
objects and clean or replace if necessary
Replace the air filter
Check for damage
Check the attachment screws
Test run
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Activities required before starting maintenance
Cleaning the housing and condensation tank
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Use a soft, lint-free cloth for cleaning.
2. Dampen the cloth with clean water. Do not use sprays,
solvents, harsh or abrasive cleaners to dampen the cloth.
Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp hands.
Before any work, remove the mains plug!
Do not remove the float from the condensation tank.
Wait for at least 1 hour until the device has cooled down
before performing any activities.
Maintenance tasks which require the housing to be
opened must only be carried out by specialist
companies for cooling and air-conditioning or by
Trotec.
Visual inspection for dirt in the inside of the device
1. Remove the air filter (see chapter Cleaning the air inlets and
the air filter).
2. Use a torch to illuminate the openings of the device.
3. Check the inside of the device for dirt.
4. If you see a thick layer of dust, have the inside of the device
cleaned by a specialist company for cooling and
air-conditioning or by Trotec.
5. Put the air filter back in.
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Cleaning the air inlets and the air filter
C.
Caution!
Ensure that the air filter is not worn or damaged. The
corners and edges of the air filter must not be deformed
or rounded.
Before reinserting the air filter, make sure that it is
undamaged and dry!
Read the chapter Maintenance intervals and replace
the air filter in due time!
A.
B.
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Overview and list of spare parts
Note!
The position numbers of the spare parts differ from those describing the positions of other parts mentioned in this operating manual.
No.
Spare part
No.
Spare part
No.
Spare part
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123A
123B
124
125
126
front plate
rear plate
middle plate
main wind funnel
middle spacer
bottom base
water tank
fan blade (big)
filter
main fixture
intake cover for s.wind funnel
control panel
heater frame
dehumidifying wheel fixer
gear (small)
gear (big)
small wind funnel
fan blade (small)
front plate for heater
outlet cover for s.wind funnel
sensor fixer
heat exchanger box
heat exchanger a (24pcs/1set)
heat exchanger b (24pcs/1set)
cover for heat exchanger box
control panel cover
touch button
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
210
211
212
213
215
301
302
303
304
305
306
cover for water tank
handle for water tank
float
rubber stopper
wiring fixer
filter frame
water-proof cover for control panel
top cover for humidistat sensor
heater
dehumidifying wheel
humidistat sensor
fan motor (big)
synchronous motor
control pcb
main p.c. board
fan motor capacitor
fan motor (small)
magnetic switch
magnet
power cord
mica sheet for heater sensor
heater box
frame for dehumidifying wheel
cover for heater box
heater sensor fixer
cover for s.wind funnel
heater reflector 1
307
310
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
509
510
511
512
513
601
701
801
802
803
804
806
807
808
809
810
813
fixer for dehumidifying wheel
heater reflector 2
foam for gasket
foam for s.wind funnel
seal foam for heat exchanger box
seal foam for main wind funnel
seal foam for heat exchanger
seal foam for middle spacer
outlet seal foam for s.wind funnel
seal foam for s.wind funnel & main fixture
seal foam for s.wind funnel & heater frame
seal foam for front & middle plate
sealed foam for intake cover of s.wind funnel
sealed foam for magnetic switch
screw set
wire set
carton box
polyfoam - up
polyfoam - down
rating label
pvc bag for unit
pvc bag for i/m
active carbon filter
instruction manual
circuit diagram sticker
float polyfoam
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Disposal
Declaration of conformity
In the European Union, electronic equipment must not
be treated as domestic waste, but must be disposed of
professionally in accordance with Directive
2012/19/EU of the European Parliament and of the
Council of 4 July 2012 on waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE). At the end of its life, please dispose of this
device according to the valid legal requirements.
in accordance with the EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC,
Annex III, Section B and the EC Directive 2004/108/EC about
electromagnetic compatibility.
Herewith, we declare that the dehumidifier TTR 56 E was
developed, constructed and produced in compliance with the
named EC directives.
Applied harmonised standards:
EN 60335-1:2002/A11:2004/A1:2004/A12:2006/A2:2006/
A13:2008/A14:2010/A15:2011
EN 62233:2008
The
marking is found on the device nameplate.
Manufacturer:
Trotec GmbH & Co. KG
Grebbener Straße 7
D-52525 Heinsberg
Phone: +49 2452 962-400
Fax:
+49 2452 962-200
E-mail: info@trotec.de
Heinsberg, 18/12/2014
Managing Director: Detlef von der Lieck
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Trotec GmbH & Co. KG
Grebbener Str. 7
D-52525 Heinsberg
+49 2452 962-400
+49 2452 962-200
info@trotec.com
www.trotec.com
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