1 Use and Care Manual Portable Air-conditioner Thank you very much for selecting this new model of Portable Air Conditioner, please read this Use and Care Manual carefully before installing and using this appliance. Please keep this Use and Care Manual properly for future reference. 1 / 18
2 Safety Instructions 1. Electrical Specifications 1. All wiring must comply with local and national electrical codes and be installed by a qualified electrician. If you have any questions regarding to the following instructions, please contact a qualified electrician. 2. The unit must be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations. Check available power supply and resolve any wiring problems before installation and operation of this unit. 3. For your safety and protection, this unit will be grounded through the power cord plug when plugging into a matching wall outlet. If you are not sure whether the wall outlet at your home are properly grounded, please consult an electrician. If supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified person in order to avoid any hazards. 4. This appliance is not intended for people(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. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance 2. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or injury when using your air conditioner, follow up these basic precautions: Indoor use only, it is prohibited to use this unit outdoors or in humid environment such as bathroom etc. Do not remove ground prong. Do not use an adapter. Do not use an extension code. Never share the power outlet with other appliances. Never connect or disconnect the power plug with wet hands to avoid electric shocks. Never turn off the unit by unplugging. Unplug air conditioner before servicing. Never dismantle, repair or modify the unit without authorization to avoid body injury or property damage, be sure it repaired by manufacturer or professionals. Never put any objects into the unit. Never cover or obstruct air inlet or outlet to prevent overheating. Never hit or shake the unit to prevent damage. Never spray water or place the unit near water to prevent electric shocks. Never place the unit near gas appliances, fire or flammable liquids. Move and install the unit by two or more people. Keep children away from the unit. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or 2 / 18
3 instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision 3.Cautions: Keep the unit at least 1 meter away from TV or radios to avoid electromagnetic interference. Do not expose the unit under direct sun light to avoid surface color fading. Do not tilt the unit for more than 35 degrees or upside-down while transporting. Place the unit on a flat surface and upright with less than 5 degrees inclination. The unit operates more efficiently in certain room locations (see Installation and Adjustment) Keep the drain hose in good condition without flexure then connect with unit. Manually adjust the vertical and horizontal louvers slightly to protect louvers from any damage. Empty the condensed drainage pan before putting the unit in storage to prolong the unit lifetime end of the season. Do not use chemical solvents (e.g. Benzene, alcohol-glazer) to clean the unit surface, do not scratch or damage the unit. Make sure to cut off the power before disassembling or installing the filter. Remark: Do not use this unit in cooling mode if the ambient temperature is higher than 95 Function and Technical Specification This new series of portable air-conditioners is designed with different cooling capacity levels. This unit offers cooling, dry, fan and sleep modes, ideal for home and office use. 3 / 18
4 This unit has two different fan-speed levels, accessible by panel control and remote control. Temperature setting range of this unit is (17-30 ) This unit is designed with various protection functions such as 24-hour programmable timer, auto condensate circle, super intelligent temperature sensor and water-full control and warning etc. Technical Specification: Model Unit NPA-10C Power Supply V~,Hz,Ph 110~120,60,1 Cooling Capacity kw 2.93 Refrigerant/Charge Oz R410A/17.63 Rated input Cooling W 1050 Rated Current Cooling A 10.2 Moisture Removal L/h 1.1 Air Circulation m³/h 380 Noise High db(a) 56 Low db(a) 52 Body Size W H D mm Package Size W H D mm Net Weight/Gross Weight kg 24.5 /28.5 Application Area m2 13~18 Remark: The above cooling capacity is measured at standard working condition of ambient temperature dry-bulb 95, wet-bulb 75 (Indoor and outdoor, the same conditions) Features and Identification of Parts 1. Features New appearance and compact. Both horizontal and vertical louvers can be manually adjusted to enhance cooling performance. Integrated design of humanized handle and remote control compartment. Large LED control panel, more visualized. Power cord winding pillar and universal plug fixing holes to protect the power cord. High position of exhaust air outlet, easy assembly and exhaust venting quickly. 24-hour Timer function, unique on/off reminding music. 3-minute re-start delay protection to compressor and other multiple protection functions. Unique exhaust hose and fasteners, convenient installation. 2. Identification of Parts: 4 / 18
5 Screws for window kit assembly. 3 total. 1. Control panel 2. Vertical louvers 3. Horizontal louvers 4. Air outlet frame 5. Front shell 6. Universal wheel 7. Back shell 8. Main vertical louver 9. Horizontal louvers connecting rod 10. Vertical louvers connecting rod 11. Handle (right side for remote control storage) 12. Protective net of exhaust vent 13. Universal plug fixing holes 14. Wire winding pillar 15. Back shell 16. Power cord 17. Drain hole and cover 18. Filter 19. Filters 20. Filter 21. Chassis 22. Remote controller 23. Exhaust hose assembly 24. Exhaust hose adapter 25. Window seal-plate assembly screws for window kit. Installation & Adjustment 5 / 18
6 1. Installation Warning: Keep this mobile air-conditioner in an upright position for at least 4 hours before first installation. Keep the unit in upright position at all times, even when moving to a new location. The air-conditioner should be placed on a flat surface. Do not install or operate this air-conditioner in a bathroom or other wet environments. 1.1 Installation of exhaust hose assembly and its adapter 1) Take out the exhaust hose assembly and its adapter from plastic bag. 2) Extend the exhaust hose at one end, screw the round end of adapter into exhaust hose in counter clockwise direction (as Photo)). Note: Screw adapter into position, at least 3 full rotations, to insure a good connection of exhaust hose assembly and its adapter (as Photo). 1.2 Installation of the exhaust hose assembly into unit 1) Determine window seal-plate position, vertical or horizontal direction. 2) If window seal-plate will be in horizontal position, the slanted portion of the adapter should face right. 3) If window seal-plate will be in vertical position, the slanted portion of the adapter should be facing up. Slant Panel A 1. Take the two ends of exhaust hose and its adapter assembly (in Photo below, figure A). 2. Put the hose end of the exhaust assembly without the adapter into exhaust vent on back panel (as in Photo). Figure A. Remarks: 6 / 18
7 Make sure exhaust hose assembly is securely attached by clips in exhaust outlet to avoid it falling off. 1.3 Installation of window seal-plate 1. Install the rectangle end of exhaust hose adapter into the corresponding rectangle hole in window seal-plate assembly, fix it with screw. (Figure B. in Photo below). A. Align the 4 openings on window seal-plate with corresponding 4 tabs on exhaust hose adapter and set them together. Slide window seal plate downwards onto the exhaust adapter. B. Lock self-tapping 4 mm screw into adapter hole. See pictures below. Remarks: Slide the adapter downward, and assure the pieces are aligned in proper position. Screw the two components together to ensure the connection. Exhaust hose should not be bent more than 45, in order to keep good ventilation of exhaust hose. Figure B.. Installation of window venting kit The Venting kit must be installed in order for the unit to work correctly in the air conditioning mode. The venting kit does not need to be used in the fan only mode. This window kit has been designed to fit most vertical and horizontal window openings. The window kit can also be used in sliding door, with additional components, not included. 1. Choose a suitable location, near a grounded electrical outlet, and a suitable window or door. 2. Open the window or door and adjust the length of the window kit to fit the opening. The kit should fit into the 7 / 18
8 window frame channel that the window slides in. If necessary mark the kit and cut one end down to properly fit the opening. (Figures D, E, and F) 3. Attach screws to window kit adapter, to hold sliding panels in place. This is for vertical installs only. (Figure K) 4. Attach the window kit adapter to the window kit. (Figure G, and I) 5. Place the window kit back into the window with exhaust hose attached to the window kit adapter. (Figure I and J) 6. Close the window tightly, and your portable air conditioner is now ready to cool! Note: When using the venting system, keep the exhaust hose as straight as possible. The exhaust hose can be shortened, but it is not recommended to increase the length of the exhaust hose. Do not use an extension cord with your portable air conditioner. Pictures are for illustration purpose only. Figure K 1.4 Installation of the unit 8 / 18
9 2. Move the unit together with its exhaust hose assembly in front of the window and keep the unit at least 50cm away from the walls or other objects. (As Photo). Important notes: The exhaust hose is 280mm-1500mm long. Do not use a different exhaust hose to operate this unit. This unit will only operate properly with the size of the hose provided, and using a different sized hose will affect the performance of the unit. The exhaust hose must be smooth or it may lead the air-conditioner to overheat Operation and Settings 9 / 18
10 1. Control Panel This section explains proper mobile air conditioner operation. Figure 3 On/Off button Mode button Up button Timer button Fan speed button Down button Timer indicator Fan speed indicator Water-full indicator Cool mode Fan mode indicator Dehumidify mode indicator Sleep mode indicator LED display window Power indicator Timer indicator Remote control signal receiving window Celsius/ Fahrenheit temperature indicator 2. Control Panel Operation This unit features Cool, Dehumidifying, Fan and Sleep mode operations. 1) Turn on the unit. A. Plug in and all indicators will light up on control panel and reminding music will be on, display window will show ambient temperature ranging from 50-95, will be red in color, unit is in standby for operation. B. Press the button, the unit is on with reminding music sounded, will be green in color, and operate in Cool Mode automatically, temperature set 75,fan runs at high speed, and 2) Select operating mode will be green in color. Press the button to select a desired mode shown below, and its corresponding indicator will light up. COOL DEHUMIDIFY FAN Under cooling mode, press Timer + buttons together, the unit will auto enter into Sleep Mode. 3) Adjust temperature The temperature can be set within a range of under cooling mode. Press or buttons to increase or decrease the temperature 1.8 (1 ) by pressing once. 10 / 18
11 Press and buttons together to convert Celsius degrees to Fahrenheit degrees and corresponding indicator will light up. 4) Adjust fan speed Press the button to select a desired fan speed shown below 5) Stand-by Press the button again, the unit will stop working with reminding music sounded, will be red in color. Notice: Working principle for each mode and function 1. Cool mode: When room temperature is 1.8 (1 ) higher than the set temperature, the compressor and fan will start working. When room temperature is 1.8 (1 ) lower than the set temperature, the compressor will stop working and the fan will continue running at original speed. Room temperature can be set within a range of and fan speed can be adjusted to high or low levels. On/Off time can be set. E1, E2 & E4 protection (see Troubleshooting). Water-full warning protection. 2. Fan mode: Fan runs at set speed, and compressor will not work. Fan speed can be adjusted to high or low level. Room temperature will automatically show on LED display with range Room temperature can t be adjusted. On/Off time can be set. 3. Dehumidify mode: Fan will run at low speed automatically, and the speed can t be adjusted. Room temperature can t be adjusted. Room temperature will automatically show on LED display with range On/Off time can be set. E1, E2 & E4 protection (see Troubleshooting). Water-full warning protection. 4. Sleep mode: Under cooling mode, press Timer + buttons together, the unit will auto enter into Sleep mode. Fan will turn to low speed automatically and can t be adjusted. Set temperature will increase 1.8 (1 ) when the unit is running for 2 hours, increase 1.8 (1 ) again in another 2-hour working periond, then keep set temperature unchanged further. Room temperature will automatically show in LED display with a range On/Off time can be set. E1, E2 & E4 protection (see Troubleshooting). Water-full warning protection. 5. Timer Operation 11 / 18
12 While the unit is running, Press Timer button to set automatic OFF feature, will light up. Enter the number of hours you would like the unit to run for. The unit will turn off automatically when the set time has elapsed. Press Timer button to set automatic ON time while unit is off, will light up. Enter the number of hours you would like the unit to turn on in. The unit will turn on automatically and run until it is shut down. When press Timer button is pressed, & will light up, on LED display. LED window will flash in half second frequency, press or buttons within 5 seconds to finish timer setting, set time will flash for 5 seconds for confirmation and will turn off, then room temperature will be shown on LED display window. Under Timer function, press Timer once to check time remaining. Timer indicator will light up; press Timer twice within 5 seconds to cancel timer, will turn off. The time can be adjusted within a range of 1-24 hours, press or buttons to increase or decrease time in 1 hour increments. Unit will not change working modes after timer setting. Timer will not stop by other functions. Timer will be ineffective if any operation from control panel or remote control to turn on or turn off the unit. 3. Remote Control Operation The Remote control transmits the signal to system. operation. Button: press this button to start or stop the unit when it is in Button: press this button to set units automatic on and off time Button: press this button to select high speed of fan. (except dry and sleep modes) setting. Button: press this button to select low speed of fan. Button: press this button to increase temperature or timer setting. Button: press this button to decrease temperature or timer Button: press this button to make Celsius degrees and Fahrenheit degrees interchange. Button: press this button to select Cool mode. Button: press this button to select Fan mode Button: press this button to select Dry or dehumidifying mode 12 / 18
13 Button: press this button to select Sleep function under cooling mode. Before using your remote, install the AAA batteries into remote control. 1. Press and glide the battery cover on the back of the remote control, then you can remove the cover. 2. Insert two new alkaline AAA batteries into the battery compartment. Be sure to note the proper polarity. 3. Reattach the battery cover and make sure the locking tab clicks into place. Be sure to note proper polarity of batteries Notes: Use alkaline batteries only. Do not use rechargeable batteries. When replacing batteries, always replace both batteries with new batteries, do not mix old and new batteries. Remote Control Storage Area If the air conditioner will not be used for an extended period of time, remove the batteries from the remote control. 4. Remote Control Storage Note: In order to avoid losing the remote control, please put the remote control inside of the storage place when you do not use it. CAUTION If the liquid from the batteries gets onto your skin or clothes, wash it well with clean water, do not use the remote control if the batteries have any leakage..multiple Protection Functions 1. Anti-frost protection function 13 / 18
14 The compressor motor will turn off when the compressor is running for over 10 minutes and tube temperature inside the compressor is continuously 36 for 20 seconds while in cooling mode. An error code of E4 will show on the LED display window, and the unit initiates the anti-frost protection. All buttons on control panel (except for power button) are inactive. Once the tube temperature inside the compressor is 46, the protection is relieved to recover into original status, and the compressor will continue to run after a 3 minute delay. See Delay Protection feature below. 2. Water-full safety alarm and shut off protection function: Warning will sound when water reaches its alarm level in water tank, and unit will automatically stop operation. Both water-full indicator and FL on LED window will be flashing. You will need to drain the excess water in the unit, before continuing operation. (For more information about how to drain, refer to the Drainage Instruction please). 3. Delay protection function of compressor This unit offers restart protection to compressor. There is 3-minute start delay after compressor is shut down. Handling and Transportation 1. Handling and moving the unit Hold the top of the air outlet window in front panel with one hand, and the handle at the top of the back panel with another hand, then move the unit in upright position (As shown in Photo below). Note: Do not hold the horizontal louvers by hand. Keep the unit in the upright position whenever handling or moving it. If unit has been in operation, drain the water in the unit completely before moving the unit. Take away the remote control before handling or moving the unit Air outlet Handling Position. Drainage Instruction 1. Manual drain: 14 / 18
15 When the water volume reaches its alarm level in the water tank, a warning will sound and the unit will automatically stop working. The water-full indicator FL will be flashing on LED display window. A. Put a drainage tray or catch pan below the water outlet at the back of the unit. (Tray is not included) B. Screw off the drain cover, and unplug the water stopper to allow water to flow out of unit into tray. C. After unit is completely drained, plug in water stopper and screw the water cover tightly onto water outlet. Notes: Be careful not to damage the drain cover or water stopper. Tilt the unit slightly backwards when draining. If the tray is full before all the water has drained out, block the drain hole and empty tray. Continue to empty water until excess water is drained. (Tray is not included) Water stopper and drain cover must be tightly installed, to avoid any water leakage. Water Stopper Drain Cover Drain Hole 2. Continuous drain feature: NOTE: This unit does not come with drainage hose, must be purchased separately. 1) Screw off the drain cover and unplug the water stopper (as Photo). 2) Connect drain-hole with 13mm PVC drain hose, screw on tightly to avoid leakage (as Photo). 3) Make sure and draind the hose to bathroom or outdoors. Notes: If using the continuous drain feature, the drainage hose must be installed before unit starts working. It is suggested to use manual drainage when unit in cooling mode, to ensure enough water to recycle in the unit to cool condenser and enhance cooling performance. Put the drain hose in an inaccessible place, not higher than drainage hole and keep drain hose straight without any flexure. Keep the drain cover and its stopper properly installed when continuous drainage is adopted. Water Stopper Drainage Hole Drain cap Drain hose Maintenance and Service Remark: Turn off the unit and pull out the plug before maintain or send the unit to service center. 15 / 18
16 1. Surface cleaning Clean the unit s surface with a wet soft cloth. Do not use chemical solvents such as alcohol or gasoline to avoid any damage to unit. 2. Filter cleaning Clean the filter every two weeks, otherwise it will affect the performance of the unit, if filter is clogged. 2.1 How to clean filter 1. Grip the filter handle and take it out gently in the correct direction shown by the arrow (as Photo). Notes: Use even force to take out the filter to avoid any twist or damage to filter. Take the filters of back panel first, then side panel. Handle position Handle position Handle position Handle position 2. Clean the filters gently in warm water (about 104 ) mixed with detergent, and dry in the shade. Notes: Do not squash the mesh. Do not hit the mesh with sharp objects or brush. 2.2 Installation of the filter Special note: Be sure to install the filters to side panel at first then the filter into back panel. 1. Aim the end of the filter toward slot then push filter in even force gently into slot. Notes: Install the filter in opposite direction of removal. Install the filter into place gently to avoid any damage. 2. To clean the handle and remote control storage area. 1) Take out the remote control (as Photo). 2) Clean the handle position and remote control storage area with a wet, soft cloth. Note: Do not drip water into the unit. Remote control Remote control storage area End of Season Storage 16 / 18
17 1. Screw off the drain cover, and then pull out the stopper to drain water completely. Note: the tilt angle of the unit must be Keep the unit running in fan mode for 12 hours, to dry inside of unit completely, to prevent unit from going moldy. 3. Turn off the unit, pull out plug then wrap the power cord around the wire-winding pillar, insert the plug into the universal fixing hole at the back panel of the unit, install the water plug and drain cap. 4. Remove the exhaust hose assembly and clean it. 5. Pack the air-conditioner properly with soft plastic bag and put it in dry place with appropriate dust-proof measures and keep the unit away from children. 6. Take out the batteries from the remote control and keep it properly. Note: Assure the unit is stored in a dry place. All accessories of the unit shall be properly protected together. Troubleshooting Please check the unit and suggestions below before asking for professional service, but never dismantle or repair the unit by yourself, it may cause harm to you and your property. Trouble Cause Remedy Power supply failure Connect the unit to a live socket and turn it on. The unit fails to start up Bad cooling effects High noise level The compressor does not work The remote control does not work LED displays error code E1 LED displays error code E2 LED displays error code Water-full and its indicator lighting up Ambient temperature too low or too high The room temperature is lower than the set temperature in cooling mode. There is direct sunlight The doors and windows are open, the room is crowded or there are other heat sources Dirty filter Air inlet or air outlet clogged The unit is being placed at uneven surface. Initiation of overheat protection. Too long distance The remote control didn t aim at signal receptor on unit. The batteries have no electricity Tube temperature sensor failure Room temperature sensor failure Anti-freeze protection Drain the water stored in the unit. It is recommended to use this unit between (50-95.) Change the set temperature Close the curtain Close the door and window, remove other heat sources, and add new air-conditioners Clean or replace the filter. Remove the obstruction Put the unit at a flat and firm place (may reduce noise) Wait until the temperature decrease, the unit will re-start automatically Bring the remote control close to the air-conditioner and ensure airs at signal receptor on unit. Replace the batteries Check the tube temperature sensor and related circuits Check the room temperature sensor and related circuits Restore the functions automatically 17 / 18
18 E4 Water-full indicator lights The water in chassis is full once anti-freeze protection is over. Drain the water and re-start the unit Appendix Fuse parameters Model: FSD or 50F Voltage: 250V Current: 3.15A Schematic diagram of the air conditioner Capillary Condenser Compressor Evaporator For specific technical parameters of the model, refer to rating label on the product. Correct Disposal of this product This marking indicates that the product should not be disposed with other household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for environmental safe recycling. 18 / 18
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