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Notes regarding the operating manual ............ B - 01
Information about the device .......................... B - 02
Safety............................................................. B - 04
Transport......................................................... B - 05
Operation ........................................................ B - 05
Errors and faults .............................................. B - 09
Maintenance................................................... B - 10
Disposal ......................................................... B - 14
Declaration of conformity................................. B - 14
Notes regarding the operating manual
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Device depiction
Information about the device
Description of the device
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This device uses the principle of condensation to
automatically dehumidify rooms.
The fan sucks damp room air through the rear air
inlet (5), via the air filter, 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 frost. 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 which is prepared in this way 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. Depending on the air temperature and the relative humidity, the condensed water either drops
continuously or only during the defrost phase into the
condensation tray and through the integrated drain
nozzle into the condensation tank (6) below. This is fitted with a float to measure the fill level.
The device has a control panel (7) for operating and
controlling the functions. Once the maximum fill level
of the condensation tank (3) is reached, the condensation tank indicator light ("FULL") on the control
panel (7) flashes red. The device switches off. The
condensation tank indicator light only goes out again
when the emptied condensation tank (5) is reinserted.
The operation indicator light lights up green. After a
start-up delay of approx. 2 minutes, the device automatically restarts.
The condensed water can be diverted by attaching a
hose at the condensation plug (3).
The device can reduce the relative humidity of a room
by up to approx. 40 %. It provides additional assistance for drying wet washing or clothing in living or
working spaces. 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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6
2
5
3
4
No.
Operating element
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
adjustable outlet flap (top)
carry handle
cover for attaching a hose to the condensation plug
wheels
air inlet (rear)
condensation tank
control panel
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Technical data
Parameters
Values
Model
Dehumidifying capacity, max.
Operating temperature
Working range for relative humidity
Volume of airflow, max.
Electric connection
Power consumption, max.
Fuse (home)
Condensation tank
Refrigerant
Amount of refrigerant
Weight
Dimensions (HxDxW)
Minimum distance from walls of other objects
TTK 100 S
30 l / 24 h
5-35 °C
40-100 %
200 m³/h
230 V / 50 Hz
670 W
10 A
4.3 l
R410a
210 g
15.2 kg
612 x 290 x 390 mm
A: Above: 50 cm
B: Behind: 50 cm
C: Side: 50 cm
D: Front: 50 cm
51 dB(A)
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m; complies with DIN 45635-01-KL3)
Circuit diagram
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Intended use
Safety
Use the device TTK 100 S only for drying and dehumiRead this manual carefully before starting or difying room air, while adhering to and following the
using the device. Store the manual near the device technical data.
or its site of use!
Intended use encapsulates:
• Do not use the device in potentially explosive
rooms.
• Do not use the device in atmospheres containing
oil, sulphur, chlorine or salt.
• Set the device in an upright and stable position.
• Do not expose the device to directly squirting
water.
• 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 and changing rooms
• Ensure that the air inlet and outlet are not
Improper use
obstructed.
• Ensure that the side of the device where the air in- Do not place the device on damp or flooded ground.
Do not use the device outdoors. Do not lay any oblet is found is kept free of dirt and loose objects.
jects, e.g. wet clothing, on the device for drying. Any
• Never insert objects into the device.
unauthorised changes, modifications or alterations to
• Do not cover or transport the device during
the device are forbidden.
operation.
Personnel qualifications
• Ensure that all electric cables outside of the device
People who use this device must:
are protected from damage (e.g. from animals).
• be aware of the dangers that occur when working
• Only use extensions to the electric cable which are
with electric devices in damp areas.
appropriate to the device power consumption, the
•
take
measures to protect themselves from direct
length of its cable and its use. Avoid electrical
contact
with live parts.
overload.
•
have
read
and understood the operating manual,
• Only transport the device in an upright position
especially
the
"Security" chapter.
with an emptied condensation tank.
• Dispose of the collected condensation. Do not Maintenance tasks which require the housing to
drink it. There is a risk of infection!
be opened must only be carried out by specialist
The device is not suitable for drying rooms and areas companies for cooling and air-conditioning or by
TROTEC®.
after water damages from burst pipes or flooding.
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!
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Caution!
To avoid damages to the device, never
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. Disconnect the device from the mains power in an
emergency.
2. Do not reconnect a defective device to the mains
power.
Transport
• 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".
Operation
• After being switched on, the device operates fully
automatically until the float indicates that the condensation tank is full and the device switches itself
off.
• So that the built in sensor can correctly detect the
humidity, the fan continues to operate until the device is switched off.
• Avoid open doors and windows.
Positioning
When positioning the device, observe the minimum
To make the device easier to transport, it is fitted with distance from walls of other objects as described in
wheels and a carry handle.
chapter "Technical Data".
Before transporting the device, proceed as follows:
A
1. Switch the device off 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. Check for dripping
condensation.
After transporting the device, proceed as follows:
1. Set the device in an upright position after transport.
B
C
C
D
2. Wait one hour before switching the device on!
Storage
When out of use, store the device as follows:
• dry,
• with a roof overhead,
• Set the device in a level and stable position.
• If possible, set the device in the middle of a room
and keep it away from sources of heat.
• in an upright position where it is protected from
dust and direct sunlight,
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• When positioning the device in wet areas such as Start procedure
laundries, bath rooms or the like, secure the de- Notes regarding operation
vice locally with an RCD (Residual Current protec- • Open the upper air outlet flap (1). Otherwise, the
tive Device) which complies with the appropriate
overheating protection is activated and the device
regulations.
switches off.
• Ensure that extension cords are completely unrol- • After switching off the device, close all open air
led.
outlets and flaps.
Notes regarding the dehumidifying capacity
The dehumidifying capacity depends on:
• the spatial composition of the room
• the room temperature
• the relative humidity
Switch device on
1. Ensure that the condensation tank is empty and
inserted correctly. Otherwise, the device will not
operate!
2. Insert the mains plug into a properly secured
mains power socket.
The higher the room temperature and relative humidi3. Open the upper air outlet flap (1).
ty, the higher the dehumidifying capacity.
For using in living rooms, a relative humidity of 4. Check whether the condensation tank indicator
light (9) is out.
approx. 50-60 % is sufficient. In store rooms and archives, the humidity should not exceed approx. 50 %. 5. The first time that you use the device, turn the
rotary switch (11) to the right to
Operating elements
"Continuous" (13).
8
9
10
11
6. Check whether the operation indicator light (10)
lights up green.
12
7. Let the device run for approx. one hour in "Continuous" operation (13).
14
8. Adjust the level of operation of the device by setting the rotary switch (13) to a position between
"Off" (15) and "Continuous" (14).
13
No.
Operating element
8
9
10
11
Defrost indicator light (yellow)
Condensation tank full indicator light (red)
Operation indicator light (green)
Mains switch;
Rotary switch for selecting the level of operation
12 o'clock position:
"Normal" operation mode (regulated per humidistat)
Turned completely to the right:
"Continuous" operation mode
Turned completely to the left:
Device switched off
12
13
14
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9. To maintain the current room humidity level,
slowly turn the rotary switch (11) to the left until
the compressor switches off.
"Normal" operation mode
The built in humidistat switches the device back on or
off depending on the humidity.
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"Continuous" operation mode
Emptying the condensation tank
The device dehumidifies the air constantly and reA.
gardless of the amount of humidity in the air.
"Automatic defrost" operation mode
Upon cooling, the moisture in the room air condenses
and covers the evaporator fins with ice, regardless of
the air temperature and the relative humidity. Automatic defrost switches on the defrost cycle when
necessary. During the defrost phase, dehumidifying is
temporarily paused and the defrost indicator light (8)
lights yellow. Automatic defrost is activated automatically in "Normal" operation mode.
B.
Adjustment of the blow direction
A.
C.
D.
B.
1. Ensure that the air can be blown out without interruption.
2. Ensure that the air is not blowing towards sensitive objects (e.g. plants).
3. To reach the maximum dehumidifying capacity,
completely open the upper air outlet flap (1).
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Operation with hose attached to the
condensation plug
A.
Shut down procedure
1. Switch off the device at the mains switch
(see chapter "Operating elements").
2. Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp
hands.
3. Remove the mains plug from the mains socket.
4. Empty the condensation tank and wipe it dry with
a clean cloth. Check for dripping condensation.
B.
5. Clean the device, and especially the air filter, according to chapter "Maintenance".
6. Store the device according to chapter "Storage".
C.
1/2 inch
D.
E.
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performance:
• Check the air inlets and air filter are not dirty. Remove external dirt.
The accurate functionality of the device was tested
during production a number of times. However, if • Check the inside of the device and especially the
functionality faults do occur, then check the device
fan, the fan housing, the evaporator and the conaccording to the following list.
denser for external dirt (see chapter "Maintenance"). If the inside of the device is dirty, have it
The device does not start:
cleaned by a specialist company for cooling and
• Check the mains power
air-conditioning or by TROTEC®.
(230 V/1~/50 Hz).
Your device still does not operate correctly after
• Check the mains plug for damages.
these checks?
• Have the electrics checked by a specialist comBring the device to a specialist company for cooling
pany for cooling and air-conditioning or by
®
and air-conditioning or to TROTEC® for repairs.
TROTEC .
Errors and faults
The device runs but forms no condensation:
• Check the condensation tank is positioned correctly. Check the fill level of the condensation tank and
empty it if necessary. The condensation tank indicator light must not light up.
• Check the float in the condensation tank for damages. If necessary, clean the float and condensation
tank. The float must be able to move freely.
• Check the room temperature. The working range
of the device is between 5 °C and 35 °C.
• Ensure that the relative humidity complies with the
technical data (min. 40 %).
• Check the set operation mode. The humidity in the
room must be above the selected range. If necessary, turn the rotary switch (11) to the right to
"Continuous" (13).
• Check the air filter is not dirty. If necessary, clean
or replace the air filter.
• From the outside, check the condenser is not dirty
(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; condensation leaks:
• Check whether the device is standing upright and
on an even surface.
The device gets very warm, is loud or is losing
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Maintenance
Maintenance intervals
Before every
start
Maintenance and care interval
empty condensation tank
check air inlets and outlets for dirt and foreign
objects and clean if necessary
clean housing
visually check whether the inside of the device is
dirty
check air inlet grid and air filter for dirt and foreign objects and clean or replace if necessary
check for damages
check attachment screws
carry out a test run
When necessary
At least every
2 weeks
At least every
4 weeks
At least
annually
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Maintenance and care log
Device type: ........................................
Device number: ........................................
Maintenance and care interval
2
1
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 housing
visually check whether the inside of the device
is dirty
check air inlet grid and air filter for dirt and
foreign objects and clean or replace if necessary
check for damages
check attachment screws
carry out a test run
Remarks:
1. Date: ..................................
Signature:...............................
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9. Date: ..................................
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Activities for before the start of maintenance Cleaning the housing and condensation tank
1. Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp 1. Use a soft, lint-free cloth for cleaning.
hands.
2. Dampen the cloth with clean water. Do not use
sprays, solvents, alcohol-based or abrasive cle2. Before any work, detach the mains plug!
aners to dampen the cloth.
3. Do not remove the float from the condensation
tank.
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 check for dirt in the inside of the
device
1. Remove the air filter (see chapter "Cleaning the
air inlets and the air filter").
2. Shine a torch through the opening 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
E.
A.
Caution!
Before reinserting the air filter, ensure
that it is dry and is not damaged!
B.
C.
D.
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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.
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No.
Spare part
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
base pan
wheels
compressor
rubber
suction pipe
drainage pipe
plate
electric capacitor
metal fixture
fixture
microswitch
drainage pan
evaporator
condenser
Y tube
capillary tube
fixture
fan motor
fan case
fan wheel
screen
electric capacitor
power cable
fixture
cover
control board
lamp board
metal fixture
side plate
side plate
rear part of case
carry handle
front part of case
control panel
lamp cover
humidity switch
screw top cover
van-air deflector
knob
intake grille (complete)
float
float
drain bucket
terminal board
2-way reversing valve
coil
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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 Council
of 27th January 2003 concerning old electrical and
electronic equipment. At the end of its life, please dispose of this instrument in a manner appropriate to the
relevant 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 TTK 100 S
was developed, constructed and produced in compliance with the named EC directives.
Applied harmonised standards:
IEC 60335-1:2001/A2:2006
IEC 60335-2-40:2002/A1:2005
IEC 62233:2005
The device uses an environmentally friendly and ozone-neutral refrigerant (see chapter "Technical Data"). Manufacturer:
Dispose of the refrigerant/oil mixture appropriately Trotec GmbH & Co. KG Phone: +49 2452 962-400
and according to the national regulations.
Grebbener Straße 7
Fax:
+49 2452 962-200
D-52525 Heinsberg
E-mail: info@trotec.de
Heinsberg, 19/04/2012
Managing Director: Detlef von der Lieck
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