INDUSTRIAL DEHUMIDIFIER MODEL: Aider 65L

INDUSTRIAL DEHUMIDIFIER
MODEL: Aider 65L & 80L
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
Packaging
Please DO NOT dispose of any packaging until
you have checked the appliance is operational.
After removing the packaging ensure the
contents are intact and complete. In the unlikely
event of missing parts; contact your retailer.
DO NOT leave children unattended with any of
the packaging since it is a potential source of
danger. Disposal of all packaging must be carried
out responsibly & safely and in accordance you’re
your local authority regulations.
ALWAYS recycle the packaging material where
possible.
When using any electrically powered product,
basic safety precautions should always be
followed.
PLEASE READ THE INSRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY AND IN FULL BEFORE USING
THE PRODUCT.
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WARNING -to reduce the risk of fire, electrical
shock or injury to persons or property:
1 Always operate the product from a power
source of the same voltage, frequency and
rating as indicated on the product
identification plate.
2 Close supervision is necessary when any
product is used by or near children the
elderly or the infirm. Do not allow children to
use the appliance as a toy.
3 Do not operate any product with a damaged
power cord or plug, after the
product
malfunctions, dropped or damaged in any
way. Return the complete product to the
place of purchase for inspection, repair or
replacement.
4 To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
expose the unit or flexible cord to moisture of
any kind.
5 Switch off and unplug from the power socket
when not in use, before assembling or before
cleaning.
6 Do not place objects on the product or allow
objects to obstruct the inlet or outlet openings,
or operate in close proximity to walls or
curtains, etc.
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7 The use of attachments or accessories not
recommended or sold by the product
distributor may cause injury to persons or
damage to property.
8 This product is intended for normal light
commercial use only.
9 Do not attempt to dismantle the appliance.
10 Do not operate the appliance on a metal
surface.
11 Do not use the appliance in artificially hot or
humid conditions or allow to be used in a
hazardous environment.
12 Do not clean the appliance with organic
solvent.
13 This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and knowledge unless
they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
14 Children should not be left unsupervised with
the appliance.
15 This instruction manual is an integral part of
the appliance and should be stored for safe
keeping and must always accompany the
appliance in the event of ownership transfer
or for reference to by a service engineer.
READ AND SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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1. Control Panel
6.Air Outlet
2. USB Data Interface
7.Thread stand
3. Air Filter
8.Wheels
4. Air Inlet Grill
9.Power Cord
5. Handle
10.Drain Hose
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Place dehumidifier in the upright position.
When transporting a dehumidifier to site,
allow the dehumidifier to stand for 30
minutes before switching ON. This is
necessary to allow the refrigerant system to
stabilize and avoid system damage.
SETTING UP THE DEHUMIDIFIER: Operate the
dehumidifier in an enclosed area, as this creates
a drying chamber. Close all doors, windows or
areas that open to external areas, to maximize
the dehumidifier’s water removal efficiency.
Keep traffic through the drying chamber to a
minimum. Place the dehumidifier in the centre of
the room away from walls and furnishings. DO
NOT allow the airflows to be obstructed
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Illustration of correct positioning for best performance
DRAINAGE: The dehumidifier pump connects to
a plastic drainage hose. The hose is stored on
the back of the appliance. Uncoil the entire hose
ensuring there are no kinks or restrictions and
place the unattached end into a water vessel or
run to outdoors.
Ensure that water which runs to outdoors does
NOT create a slip hazard.
Water vessels MUST be checked regularly
where used.
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Hour counters
Two digital hour counters are built-into the control
system.
Function Keys

ON/OFF: Press once to turn the unit ON or
OFF.

PURGE: Press the PURGE key to empty
water from the pump reservoir. During normal
operation the pump purges automatically
when the reservoir is full. Use ‘PURGE’ before
moving the machine to avoid water spillage.
The pump will close automatically after forty
seconds continuous operation.
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
and
1: Press and key to set or adjust humidity in
The range between 25% and 90%. When
the environmental humidity is below 26% .
The unit will power off.
2: and key is used to adjust set time.
3: and key used to switch menu functions.

Press the function key, the panel displays
‘Humidity setting’ ‘Timer’ ‘Clock’ ‘Language’
‘ID’ ‘USB/SD-CARD’ ‘GSM’ ,Press
to
select sub menu. Repress
key, the
appliance will return to normal menu.

Press the ENTER key to confirm menu
selection.
Note:
References to Language、ID、USB/SD-CARD and GSM is
optional functions. It’s not necessary all function fit for you
unit. If unit not include this functions . An error message
will be displayed when use of these functions is
attempted.
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Plug in electrical cord
The Aider 65L&80L dehumidifier should be
plugged into a RCD1-protected 230 volt outlet
rated for at least 15A amps, the LCD display:
“Standby Ran 00000H; Standby Last job 00:00;
Standby time 00:00”, Three appear alternately,
each 10s transforms one time.
Standby CH00%
Ran 00000H
Standby CH00%
Last job 00:00
Standby CH00%
Time 00:00
Total job time
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Turn the unit on
The control panel on the Capture 65L has a
display and a touchpad with six keys. Press the
ON/OFF to turn the unit on.
ON/OFF. Press the ON/OFF key to turn the unit
on or off. When the machine turns on, the display
normally reads “Dehumidifier on” and after three
second, the display reads “HS 00% CH 00% Time
00:00”, “HS 00% CH 00% Job 00:00H” two
appear alternately, each 10s transforms one time.
Dehumidifier on
1
HS 00% CH 00% HS 00% CH 00%
Time 00:00
Job 00:00
Residual-Current Device
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When the machine turns off, the display normally
reads “Dehumidifier off draining……”The water
pump will turn on automatically for 40 seconds to
drain the residual condensate water in the
dehumidifier.
Dehumidifier off
Draining……
NOTE: DO NOT switch the power OFF by
disconnecting at the mains socket outlet.
To avoid water spillage; DO NOT move the
Dehumidifier for at least three minutes after
turning the power OFF.
Before transporting, be sure to remove the
External drain hose, drain it carefully, and return it
to the pocket provided on the back of the unit.
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◆ Humidity setting
The factory setting is continuous. The humidity
can be set in the following manner:
1. Press
the key. The screen will display:
Humidity setting, Timer, Clock, Language, ID,
USB/SD-CARD, and GSM.
Humidity setting
Timer Clock
Language ID
USB/SD-CARD GSM
2. Press
and , select “Humidity setting” at
one time.
3. Press “ ” and the screen will display:
Humidity setting
00%
4. Press “ ” or “ ” key, to select Relative
Humidity between 25% and 90%
5. Press
key to select desired setting.
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◆ Clock
Press the
key. The screen will display:
Humidity setting, Timer,
Clock, Language, ID, USB/SD-CARD, GSM.
1.
Humidity setting
Language ID
Timer Clock
USB/SD-CARD GSM
2. Press the “ ” and “ ” key to select Clock at
one time.
3. Press the
key & the screen will display:
Clock 00:00
Y2011M01 D01
5. Press “ ” or “ ” key to select hour from 00 to
23.
6. Press “ ” and “ ” key at one time, the cursor
turns to the next position.
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7. Press “ ” or “ ” key to select minutes from 0 to
59.
8. Press “ ” and “ ” key at one time, the cursor
turns to the next position.
9. Use the same process to set “year” “month”
“day”, repeat process until the clock is
completely set.
10. Once finished, press the
key to return to
normal operating mode. The screen will
display set time only.
In the event that data requires modifying; use
the cursor to reset.
The new data will not become active until the
key is pressed.
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◆ Timer ON setting
Ensure the clock is correct before setting the
timer.
1. Press the
key & the screen displays:
Humidity setting
Timer Clock
Language ID
USB/SD-CARD GSM
2. Press the “ ” and “ ” key to select Time at
one time.
3. Press the
key & the screen displays:
Timer on
Timer off
4. Press the “ ” and “ ” key, select Timer on or
Timer off.
5. Press the
key & the screen will display:
Timer on 00:00
YES NO
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6. Press “ ” or “ ” keys to select from 00 to 23.
7. Press the “ ” and “ ” key at one time to select
minute.
8. Press “ ” or “ ” key & select from 00 to 59.
9. Press the “ ” and “ ” key at one time to select
YES or NO.
10. Press the
key. The setting is completed.
11. Press the
normal.
key. The display will return to
To cancel the time display move the cursor to
the ‘On’ position and press
key, turning it
to off. This function only performs once.
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◆Timer OFF setting
Set the timer OFF in the same manner as timer
ON
Cycle timer setting
The screen displays:
Timer off 00:00
YES NO
After setting the cycle timer the dehumidifier will
turn ON/OFF at the selected times. The cycle is
24 hours.
Pressing ‘On/Off’ during the Cycle timer
operation will not automatically cancel the
program. The dehumidifier will not function if the
Timer ON and Timer OFF times are the same.
To cancel the time display, press the ENTER key
to change Timer OFF to Timer ON.
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◆.Cleaning The Air Filter
Ensure the dehumidifier is turned OFF and
the 13 Amp plug is removed from the power
socket before maintenance is carried out.
The working performance of the dehumidifier
will be greatly reduced if the filters become
blocked.
1. Remove the filter as shown in the diagram
above.
2. Vacuum any debris from the filter using the
vacuum hose and nozzle attachment.
3. Using luke-warm water and a mild detergent
wash the filter and allow drying.
4. Once dry, re-install the filter into the
dehumidifier
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◆.Replacing The Battery
1. Remove the screws in the four corners of the
control panel.
2. Once the screws are removed, carefully lift the
control panel to access the PCB.
3. On the PCB is a CR2032 battery. Remove the
battery and replace with new.
4. Refit the control panel onto the PCB.
5. Refit the four screws.
CR2032 battery
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Follow the guidelines below when storing the
machine.
1. Wind the power cord to the back of the
machine.
2. Wind the drainage tube to the back of the
machine.
3. Stack the machines as shown if necessary.
NOTICE: Do not stack more than two machines
high.
4. Secure the machines as necessary to ensure
they do not fall or move.
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FAULT
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Unit does not
operate
No power to
machine.
Unit not
switched on.
Plug in unit; check power at
outlet and at base of unit.
Switch unit on.
Blower wheel
not
turning
Obstructed
blower.
Remove obstruction.
Unit operating,
but room not
dry
Not enough
time to dry.
Poor air
movement in
room.
Excessive moist
air infiltration.
Allow more time for drying.
Increase air movement with
air movers.
Reduce infiltration.
Unit collects
too little water
Room air is dry.
Room
temperature is
too low.
Check humidity with
hygrometer.
Increase room temperature.
Check filter and coils; clean
as necessary.
WARNING:
DO NOT attempt to rectify faults using unqualified
personnel.
If the problem you are experiencing is not listed here, call
your local distributor
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The table below shows error message that the
system may detect. If the display shows an “ER”
message, first unplug the unit and then plug it
back in. This may re-set the electronics, and if so,
no further action is required. If the error message
reappears, try the solution shown under
“Explanation.” If this still does not fix the problem,
contact your local authorized service center
CODE
ER1
ER2
ER3
ER4
Error
Display
message
Reading
Coil sensor Flashes
error
every 1
sec's
Humidity
sensor
error
Low or no
refrigerant
Water
pump fault
or
blockage
Flashes
every 1
sec's
Flashes
every 1
sec's
Flashes
every 1
sec's
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Reason
Timed defrost
mode.
The dehumidifier is
working correctly.
50% R.H displayed
Continuous mode
in operation
Turn power OFF.
Then turn ON
again.
Dehumidifier will
turn OFF
automatically. The
fault must be
rectified before
operation can
commence.
Dehumidifying Capacity
65L/day
80L/day
(30°C RH80%):
(137 pins/day)
(170 pins/day)
Dehumidifying Capacity
38L/day
48L/day
(26.7°C RH60%):
(80 pins/day)
(100 pins/day)
980W/4.4A
1450W/6.4A
820W/3.7A
1150W/5.1A
Power Supply:
220-240V ~ 50Hz
220-240V ~ 50Hz
Refrigerant:
R410A/560g
R410A/720g
Working Temperature:
5°C~35°C
5°C~35°C
Electronic
Electronic
Touchpad
Touchpad
Rating Power Input / Current
(30°C RH80%):
Rating Power Input / Current
(26.7°C RH60%):
Controls
3
3
Process Air
520m /H
520m /H
Unit Size(mm ):
540x540x810
540x540x810
Packing Size(mm):
580x580x850
580x580x850
Net/Gross Weight:
44kg/49kg
47kg/52kg
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