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Mobile/Split Type Air Conditioning Manual.

Mobile/Split Type Air Conditioning Manual.

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Published by Web Design Samui
Mobile Air Conditioning Manual.

For full details see;

http://global-cooling.co.uk/airconditioning/air-conditioning-brands/millenniumair-air-conditioning/mobile-air-conditioning/

Mobile Split Type
New Millenniumair Split Mobile Air Conditioner

Mobile Air Conditioning

The refrigerant gas has been upgraded to R-410a instead of R-407C. By using this new refrigerant, tested under EN14511 regulation (EER regulation), the EER performance has become much more efficient but the cooling capacity has to be changed to match new refrigerant grading.

* New R410a Refrigerant means greater efficiency
* New lower power consumption down from 7 ampere to 4.8 ampere
* Improved condensing unit and fan coil for superior humidity removal
Mobile Air Conditioning Manual.

For full details see;

http://global-cooling.co.uk/airconditioning/air-conditioning-brands/millenniumair-air-conditioning/mobile-air-conditioning/

Mobile Split Type
New Millenniumair Split Mobile Air Conditioner

Mobile Air Conditioning

The refrigerant gas has been upgraded to R-410a instead of R-407C. By using this new refrigerant, tested under EN14511 regulation (EER regulation), the EER performance has become much more efficient but the cooling capacity has to be changed to match new refrigerant grading.

* New R410a Refrigerant means greater efficiency
* New lower power consumption down from 7 ampere to 4.8 ampere
* Improved condensing unit and fan coil for superior humidity removal

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Published by: Web Design Samui on Jun 29, 2008
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PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER
Instruction Manual
STC-F014MSTC-F014MHSTC-F014RSTC-F014RH
 
Read and retain these instructions for future reference
 
SPECIFICATION
Model no. STC-F014MSTC-F014MHSTC-F014RSTC-F014RHPower supply 220~240V, 50HzCooling capacity 10000 BTU/hr, 2930 wattsHeating capacity 10000 BTU/hr, 2930 wattsPower / Ampereconsumption for cooling*1070W/ 4.8 A Power / Ampereconsumption for heating*1150W/ 5 A  Air volume of indoor unit (max.speed)450 m
3
/hHumidity removal capacity 1.5L/ Hr Compressor rotaryRefrigerant R-410aFan speed 2Timer 1~8 hours 1~12 hoursWorking Temperature Indoor: cooling 18~32
o
C, heating 7~27
o
COutdoor: cooling 18~43
o
C, heating -5~24
o
CNet weight Indoor unit: 30kgs, Outdoor unit: 11kgsDimension (WxDxH) Indoor unit: 420 x 400 x 750mmOutdoor unit: 500 x 310 x 520mmLength of connection tube 3 m
REMARK:1. Heating capacity & power/ampere consumption for heating are for themodel with heating function only, i.e. model no. STC-F014MH & STC-F014RH2. The data marked with '*' may vary for technical reasons, for greateprecision, please refer to the rating label placed at the back of the unit.3. Above data are measured in calorimeter room based on EN 14511regulation.
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BEFORE USE
GENERAL SAFETY
·
ONLY USE IN THE UPRIGHT POSITION ONA FLAT LEVEL SURFACE AND AT LEAST50cm FROM ANY OBJECTS (Fig 1 & 4).
·
DO NOT PLACE OBJECTS ON THE UNITOR RESTRICT AIR INLET / OUTLET (FIG. 2).
·
CLOSELY SUPERVISE ANY CHILDREN ANDPETS WHEN UNIT IS IN USE.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
·
SWITCH OFF AND UNPLUG WHEN NOTIN USE.
·
DO NOT PLACE THE INDOOR UNIT INHUMID OR WET ENVIRONMENTS (FIG. 3)
·
DO NOT PULL THE UNIT ALONG BY THECORD.
·
IF THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, ITMUST BE REPLACED BY AN ELECTRICIANOR SIMILARLY QUALIFIED PERSON, TOAVOID HAZARD.
FOR MAXIMUM EFFICENCY
·
Do not exceed the recommendedroom.
·
Close doors and windows
·
Keep curtains of blinds closed duringthe sunniest part of the day
·
Keep filters clean
·
Once room has reached the desiredconditions, reduce temperature andventilation settings
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