TTK 655 S
EN
TRT-BA-TTK655S-TC-001-EN
OPERATING MANUAL
DEHUMIDIFIER
Legal notice
Table of contents
Notes regarding the operating manual................................. 1
Safety ..................................................................................... 2
Information about the device................................................ 3
Transport and storage........................................................... 4
Operation ............................................................................... 6
Errors and faults.................................................................... 8
Maintenance .......................................................................... 9
Technical annex................................................................... 11
Declaration of conformity ................................................... 16
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Warranty and liability
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.
The current version of the operating manual can be found at:
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 chapter Errors and faults,
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 leads to the forfeit 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 be voided also.
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Intended use
Safety
Carefully read this manual before starting / using the
device and keep it within reach.
• Do not use the device in potentially explosive rooms.
• Do not use the device in aggressive atmosphere.
• Set the device up in an upright and stable position.
• Ensure that the air inlet and outlet are not obstructed.
• Ensure that the side of the device where the air inlet is
found is kept free of dirt and loose objects.
• Never reach or put objects into the device.
• Do not cover or transport the device during operation.
• Do not use the device with wet or damp hands.
• Ensure that all electric cables outside of the device are
protected from damage (e.g. from animals). Never use the
device if the cable or power connection is damaged!
• Only use extensions to the connecting cable which are
appropriate to the device power consumption, the length of
its cable and its use. Completely unroll extension cables.
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!
• Unplug the device from the mains before starting with
maintenance, service or repair work.
Only use the device TTK 655 S for drying and dehumidifying
room air (e.g. after water damages from burst pipes or flooding),
while adhering to and following the technical data.
Intended use comprises:
• drying and dehumidifying:
– living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms or basements
– laundries, holiday homes, camper vans, boats
• maintaining the dryness of:
– store rooms, archives, laboratories
– bathrooms, wash rooms, changing rooms etc.
Improper use
Do not place the device on flooded ground. Do not use the
device outdoors. Do not place any objects, e.g. wet clothing, on
the device for drying.
Any unauthorised changes, modifications or alterations to the
device are forbidden.
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!
Caution!
To avoid damages to the device, do not operate the
device without an air filter inserted!
Danger!
Dangers can occur at the device when it is used by
untrained people in an unprofessional or improper way!
Observe the personnel qualifications!
Behaviour in the event of an emergency
1. In an emergency, disconnect the device from the mains
feed-in: Switch the device off and disconnect it from the
mains.
2. Do not reconnect a defective device to the mains.
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Device depiction
Information about the device
Description of the device
The device uses the principle of condensation to automatically
dehumidify rooms. The fan sucks in humid room air through the
air inlet (1), the air filter (10), the evaporator and the condenser
located behind it. The air is cooled at the cold evaporator until it
is below the dew point. Water vapour contained in the room air
precipitates on the evaporator fins as either condensation or
rime. The dehumidified, cooled air is rewarmed at the
condenser and blown out at a temperature of approx. 5 °C
above room temperature. The drier air thus conditioned mixes
with the air in the room. The humidity in the room where the
device is positioned is reduced as air constantly circulates
through the device. The condensation is fed from the device
through the condensation drain hose connected to the hose
connector (3) into an external container or drain.
The condensed water can also be diverted by means of a
retrofitted condensate pump (see chapter Installing the
condensate pump (optional)).
The device has a control panel (6) for operating and controlling
the functions.
The device can reduce the relative humidity of a room to approx.
32 %. Because of the heat radiation which is tied up in
operation, the room temperature can rise by approx. 1-4 °C.
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9
8
7
1
6
2
3
5
4
10
No.
Designation
1
Air inlet
2
Connection for optional condensate pump
3
Hose connector for condensation drain hose
4
Feet
5
Wheels
6
Control panel
7
Air outlet
8
Carrying handle
9
Transport handle
10
Air filter
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ð Transport handle in transport position
Transport and storage
Transport
To make the device easier to transport, it is fitted with wheels
and a transport handle.
Before transporting the device, proceed as follows:
1. Switch off the device at the mains switch (see chapter
Operating elements).
2. Remove the mains plug from the mains socket. Do not use
the power cable to drag the device!
3. Empty the condensation tank or the condensation drain
hose or the condensate pump (optional). Check for dripping
condensation.
4. After unpacking the device, adjust the transport handle in
transport position as follows:
Note!
After unpacking the device, remove the two lower
screws (18, 19) and adjust the transport handle. Afterwards,
reinsert the screws. This only needs to be carried out the
very first time that the device is unpacked.
ð Transport handle upon delivery
5. Hold the transport handle in both hands and tilt the device
so that it can be rolled on its wheels.
6. Move the device to the site where you want to use it.
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7. If necessary, stack several devices on top of each other as
follows:
ð Transport handle in stacking position
After transporting the device, observe the following:
1. Set up the device in an upright position after transport.
Storage
When the device is not being used, observe the following
storage conditions:
• dry,
• under roof,
• in an upright position where it is protected from dust and
direct sunlight,
• stacked on top of each other (max. 3 devices), if
necessary,
• With a 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 technical data.
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Operating elements
Control panel
Operation
•
•
After being switched on, the device operates fully
automatically.
Avoid open doors and windows.
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Positioning
When positioning the device, observe the minimum distance
from walls or other objects as described in chapter Technical
Data.
• Set the device up in a level and stable position.
• When positioning the device, keep a sufficient distance to
heat sources.
• When positioning the device, particularly in wet areas,
secure it locally with an RCD (residual current device)
which complies with the respective regulations.
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13
14
A
B
C
C
D
No.
Designation
11
Operating hours counter
12
Kilowatt hours counter (optional)
13
Rotary switch
14
Mains switch;
Illuminated when the device is switched on.
The device is optionally available with a control panel with two
counters (see the image at the top right). Contact your Trotec
customer service.
Condensate pump (optional)
•
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
The higher the room temperature and relative humidity, the
greater the dehumidification performance.
For use in living rooms, a relative humidity of approx. 50 to
60 % is sufficient. In storage facilities and archives, the
humidity should not exceed approx. 50 %.
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No.
Designation
15
Key for draining residual water from the condensate pump
The device can optionally be operated with a condensate pump
(see chapter Installing the condensate pump (optional)). Contact
your Trotec customer service.
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Start-up
Inserting the air filter
Make sure that the air filter is installed before switching the
device on.
A.
Automatic defrost
If the room temperature is below 11 °C, the evaporator will
freeze during dehumidification. The device will then carry out an
automatic defrost. The duration of the defrost process can vary.
• Do not switch off the device during automatic defrost. Do
not remove the mains plug from the mains socket.
Shutdown
1. Switch off the device at the mains switch (see chapter
Operating elements).
2. Depending on the model, proceed as follows to remove
condensation from the device:
ð Empty the optional condensate pump by pressing the
key for draining residual water from the condensate
pump.
ð Remove the condensation drain hose and any residual
fluid from it.
3. Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp hands.
4. Remove the mains plug from the mains socket.
5. Clean the device, and especially the air filter, according to
the chapter Maintenance.
6. Store the device according to the chapter Storage.
Connecting the condensation drain hose
Switching on and starting up the device
1. Ensure that the condensation drain hose is properly
connected to the device and is free of damage.
2. Position a sufficiently large container (at least 20 litres; we
recommend a 60-litre mortar tub) beside the device and
insert the hose end. Check the filling level of the container
regularly.
3. Ensure that the condensation drain hose always descends.
4. Insert the mains plug into a properly secured mains socket.
5. Switch on the device at the mains switch (14).
6. Ensure that the mains switch (14) is illuminated.
7. Adjust the room humidity level with the rotary switch (13).
Continuous operation mode
In continuous operation mode, the device dehumidifies the air
constantly, regardless of the humidity. To start continuous
operation mode, set the rotary switch (13) to Max.
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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:
• Check the power connection (1/N/PE ~ 230V/ 50 Hz).
• Check the mains plug for damages.
• Have the electrics checked by a specialist company for
cooling and air-conditioning or by Trotec.
The device is running, but no condensate forms:
• Check the room temperature. Observe the device's
permissible operating range according to the technical
data.
• Ensure that the relative humidity complies with the
technical data.
• Check the selected desired humidity level. The humidity in
the room must be above the selected range. Reduce the
selected relative humidity by turning the rotary switch, if
necessary.
• 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 airconditioning 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 the air inlets and air filter for dirt. Remove external
dirt.
• From the outside, check the device for dirt (see chapter
Maintenance). If the inside of the device is dirty, have it
cleaned by a specialist company or by Trotec.
Your device still does not operate correctly after these
checks?
Have the device repaired by authorised expert staff or by Trotec.
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Maintenance intervals
Maintenance
Maintenance and care interval
before every
start-up
as needed
Empty the condensate pump, condensation
tray and/or condenser dryer
at least every 2
weeks
at least every 4
weeks
at least every 6
months
at least annually
X
Check the air inlets and outlets for dirt and
foreign objects and clean if necessary
X
X
Clean the exterior
X
X
Visually check the inside of the device for
dirt
X
X
Check the air inlet grid and air filter for dirt
and foreign objects and clean or replace if
necessary
X
X
Replace air filter
X
Check for damage
X
Check the attachment screws
X
X
Test run
X
Maintenance and care log
Device number: ....................................
Device type: .............................................
Maintenance and care interval
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Check the air inlets and outlets for dirt and
foreign objects and clean if necessary
Check the condensate pump and tank 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 air filter
Check for damage
Check the attachment screws
Test run
Remarks:
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Activities required before starting maintenance
•
•
Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp hands.
Before any work, remove the mains plug!
Danger!
Maintenance tasks which require the housing to be
opened must only be carried out by authorised
specialist companies or by Trotec.
Cleaning the air filter
The air filter has to be cleaned as soon as it is dirty. This is
brought to light e.g. by a reduced capacity (see chapter Errors
and faults).
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!
Visual inspection of the inside of the device for dirt
1. Remove the air filter.
2. Use a torch to illuminate the openings of the device.
3. If you see a thick layer of dust, have the inside of the device
cleaned by a specialist company for cooling and airconditioning or by Trotec.
4. Put the air filter back in.
A.
B.
C.
Cleaning the housing
Clean the device with a soft, damp and lint-free cloth. Ensure
that no moisture enters the housing. Do not use abrasive
cleaners.
Refrigerant circuit
•
EN
The entire refrigerant circuit is a maintenance-free,
hermetically sealed system and may only be maintained or
repaired by specialist companies for cooling and airconditioning or by Trotec.
•
Reinsert the cleaned, dry filter in the device in reverse
order.
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Technical data
Technical annex
Parameter
Value
Model
TTK 655 S
Dehumidification performance @ 30 °C / 80 % RH
125 l / 24 h
Dehumidification performance, max.
150 l / 24 h
Operating temperature
5 °C - 32 °C
Operating range for relative humidity
32 % - 100% RH
Air volume flow
1000 m³/h
Mains connection
1/N/PE~ 230 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption, max.
1.90 kW
Nominal current
8.7 A
Refrigerant
R407c
Amount of refrigerant
1300 g
Weight
55 kg
Dimensions (HxDxW)
810 x 485 x 605 mm
Minimum distance to walls or other objects
A: Top: 50 cm
B: Rear: 50 cm
C: Side: 50 cm
D: Front: 50 cm
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m; complies with DIN 45635-01-KL3) 56 dB(A)
Wiring diagram
Control panel with operating hours counter (standard)
E
Ph
Black
HIGH LEVEL
FLOAT SWITCH
Black
PURGE
SWITCH
Brown
S1
Brown
E
0/1
LOW LEVEL
FLOAT SWITCH
Red
Black
SHUNT
Blue
Green/Yellow
4 3 2 1
S2
230V/50Hz
Shucko Plug
Schukostecker
R
PCB
H
N
11
M1
M2
PLUG
P
E Ph N S1 S2 H M1 M2 Y -
R
L NC NO
Motor
N
Y
Earthing / Erdung
Electric phase / Elektrische Phase
Common line / Gemeinsame Leitung
Mains switch / Netzschalter
Humidistat / Hygrostat
Operating hours counter / Betriebsstundenzähler
Compressor / Kompressor
Fan motor / Lüftermotor
Two way valve (defrost magnet valve) /
Zwei-Wege-Ventil (Abtau-Magnetventil)
R - Power relay / Stromrelais
P - Water pump socket / Wasserpumpe Steckdose
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Control panel with operating hours and power consumption
counter (optional)
E
Ph
Black
HIGH LEVEL
FLOAT SWITCH
Black
PURGE
SWITCH
Brown
S1
Brown
E
0/1
LOW LEVEL
FLOAT SWITCH
Red
Black
SHUNT
Blue
Green/Yellow
4 3 2 1
S2
230V/50Hz
Shucko Plug
Schukostecker
R
PCB
L NC NO
M1
N
EN
M2
PLUG
P
E Ph N S1 S2 H M1 M2 Y -
R
H
Motor
N
Y
Earthing / Erdung
Electric phase / Elektrische Phase
Common line / Gemeinsame Leitung
Mains switch / Netzschalter
Humidistat / Hygrostat
Operating hours counter / Betriebsstundenzähler
Compressor / Kompressor
Fan motor / Lüftermotor
Two way valve (defrost magnet valve) /
Zwei-Wege-Ventil (Abtau-Magnetventil)
R - Power relay / Stromrelais
P - Water pump socket / Wasserpumpe Steckdose
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Exploded assembly drawing
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Note!
The position numbers of the spare parts differ from those
describing the positions of other parts mentioned in this
operating manual.
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List of spare parts
No.
Spare part
No.
Spare part
No.
Spare part
A1
Base Plate
B1
PS Condensates' Water Pan
C1
25 W Output Electrical Motor Fan
A2
Structural Element for Ø300 Fan
B2
Reinforced PP Air Filter
C2
30 A Power Relay
A3
Controls' Side Panel
B3
ABS Trotec Grip
C3
3 m. H05VVF3G1.50 Supply Cable with
Injected Schuko Plug
A4
Side Panel
B4
ABS Humidistat Adjusting Knob
C4
50 μF Starting Capacitor
A5
Air Outlet Ventilation Grid
B5
Cable Gland PA107
C5
Mechanical Hygrostat
A6
Air Inlet Ventilation Grid
B6
Ø250 mm Synthetic Rubber Wheel, with
Black Plastic Rim
C6
Printed Circuit Board
A7
Top Hood
B7
PVC Stacking Elements
C7
Operating Hours Counter (Standard)
A8
Back panel cover
B8
Nylon Saddle Spacer
A9
Protection Box - PCB Support
B9
Ø30x15 EPDM Foot
C8
Mains Switch + Transparent Silycon Cover
A10
Protection Box - Left Support
B10
Star Knob (Similar Design to DIN 6336) with
Threaded Bolt
C9
Temperature Probe
A11
Protection Box - Cover
B11
ACETAL Guide for Handle Bar (Left)
C10
Pump Socket
A12
Controls' Protection Bars
B12
ACETAL Guide for Handle Bar (Right)
C11
Shunt
A13
Motor Fan Ø300 Brackets
B13
EPS Top Plate
D1
R407c Rotary Compressor
A14
Ø300 Aluminium Sucking Fan Blade
B14
PVC Control Panel Sticker
D2
Finned Pack Condensing & Evaporating Coil
A15
Ø20 Wheel Shaft
B15
Quick release fastener
D3
R407c Solenoid Valve
A16
Foot
B16
BSPT Pipe Bushing 1/2"-3/8" REF.
12011008068
D4
R407c Expansion Valve
A17
20x20 Square Aluminium Support for Sliding B17
Handle (Left)
BSPT Male Hose Connector 3/8"-14MM REF. n/a
12446854068
Housing - M5 x 10 Screws; Black Passivated;
ISO 7380
A18
20x20 Square Aluminium Support for Sliding B18
Handle (Right)
BSPT Hex Threaded Plug 3/8" REF.
12012106008
n/a
Housing - PA Ø5 Washers
A19
Ø20 Round Aluminium Profile for Sliding
Handle
B19
BSPT Nut 1/2" REF. 01.01.1334.012
n/a
Plastic Grip - M4 x 16; Black Passivated; DIN
7500
A20
Handle Bar's Safety Pin
B20
Washer 25x18x2MM REF. 3700008
n/a
Aluminium Handle - M8 x 30; Black
Passivated; DIN 7991
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Operating Hours Counter + Power
Consumption Counter (Optional)
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Installing the condensate pump (optional)
4.
1.
2.
5.
3.
6.
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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 2002/96/EC of the
European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 on
waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). At the end of
its life, please dispose of this device according to the valid legal
requirements.
The device uses an environmentally and ozone-neutral cooling
agent (see Technical Data).
Dispose of the refrigerant appropriately and according to the
national regulations.
in accordance with the EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
and the EC Directive 2004/108/EC about electromagnetic
compatibility.
Herewith, we declare that the device TTK 655 S was developed,
constructed and produced in compliance with the named EC
directives.
Applied standards:
EN 60335-1:2012
EN 60335-2-40:2003 + A1:2006 + A2:2009 + A11:2004 +
A12:2005 + A13:2012
EN 61000-3-2:2006 +A1:2009 + A2:2009
EN 61000-3-3:2008
EN 55014-1:2006 +A1:2009 + A2:2011
EN 55014-2:1997 +A1:2001 + A2:2008
The
marking is found on the rear of the device.
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.com
Heinsberg, 19.04.2012
Detlef von der Lieck
Managing Director
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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