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ION SETTINGS


Aerisa
 makes
 a
 family
 of
 AerBreeze
 units
 for
 homes.
 
 These
 include:


INSTALLATION

The
 vast
 majority
 of
 homes
 use
 airhandlers
 that
 heat
 and
 cool
 between
 1500
 and
 2500

square
feet.

Larger
homes
use
multiple
airhandlers.

The
AerBreeze
1250
is
the
best
solution

for
 the
 standard
 home,
 allowing
 adjustment
 of
 the
 Ion
 Dial
 from
 1
 to
 5
 to
 handle
 1500
 to

2500
square
feet.


 INSTRUCTIONS

Most
 homes
 suffer
 from
 odors
 that
 are
 relatively
 embedded
 from
 long
 periods
 of
 odor

production
from
smokers,
pets,
and
possible
odors
inhaled
from
outdoors.




 Aerisa AerWaveTM 1250D Air
For
 homes
 with
 tough
 odors,
 assure
 the
 fan
 runs
 for
 one
 or
 two
 days
 so
 that
 the
 ions

saturate
 enough
 to
 attack
 the
 embedded
 odors.
 
 Most
 generally,
 the
 unit
 should
 be
 set
 at

Purification System
Level
2
or
3.




It
is
also
important
to
assure
the
fan
runs
20%
to
30%
of
the
time,
even
during
seasons
where

no
heating
or
cooling
is
required.

Several
vendors
provide
digital
thermostats
that
allow
for

managing
fan
utilization.


TROUBLESHOOTING
Aerisa
 products
 are
 generally
 trouble
 free
 and
 require
 only
 annual
 maintenance
 which

requires
replacing
the
AerGen
tube.


If
the
unit
is
not
working,
the
user
will
generally
notice
that
odors
have
returned.

A
green

light
on
the
AerWave
unit
signifies
whether
the
unit
is
working.

If
unit
is
plugged
in
and
the

light
is
off,
there
is
a
problem.


• Turn
 the
 system
 off,
 and
 check
 the
 fuse.
 
 Verify
 if
 it
 is
 functional
 (wire
 inside
 is

intact)

• If
the
fuse
is
not
functional,
replace
the
fuse
with
a
1
AMP,
250V,
5
x
20
mm
fuse.
 


• If
the
fuse
is
functional,
the
tube
may
have
a
tiny
crack
that
could
cause
a
short
in

the
system.


Install
a
new
fuse
and
reattach
the
tube
and
power
up
the
unit.

If
the

fuse
blows,
the
tube
is
defective,
and
must
be
replaced.

• Tubes
must
be
replaced
annually
to
assure
proper
ion
production.








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For
the
purchase
of
your
Aerisa
AerWave 
air
purification
unit.

Each
Aerisa

www.iPureAir.com product
utilizes
our
proprietary
cold
plasma
discharge
technology
to
provide
the

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quality
air
purification
available,
addressing
a
wide
range
of
indoor
air

quality
issues
with
an
easily
installed,
low
maintenance
solution
Contents 7. Electrical
 Check
with
the
local
electrical
authority
to
ensure
that

Connection
 the
 enclosed
 20
 amp
 power
 rated
 cord
 is
 suitable
 for

The
carton
contents
consist
of
the
main
unit
assembly,
power
cord
and
ionization
 installation.

TM
tube.


 8. Fuses
 Internal
 fuses
 protect
 the
 Aerisa
 AerWave .
 
 Be
 sure


 that
 the
 maximum
 circuit
 amperage
 supply
 the
 unit

does
 not
 exceed
 20A
 since
 the
 internal
 fuse
 has
 a

Installation Instructions maximum
rating
of
20A.

Note
–
the
Aerisa
air
purification
system
is
intended
for
installation
in
duct

9. Adjust
 Set
 the
 ionization
 at
 level
 two
 (2)
 or
 three
 (3)
 –

systems
only.

The
system
should
not
be
installed
outside
of
duct
systems
since

Ionization
 depending
on
the
size
of
the
home
‐
using
the
knob
on

contact
with
the
high
voltage
ionization
tube
is
extremely
dangerous.

the
front
of
the
unit.

Check
the
ionization
level
in
the

occupied
 zone
 with
 an
 ion
 meter.
 
 The
 ionization
 level

1. Unpack
the
unit
 Carefully
remove
the
unit
from
the
shipping
carton
and
 3
should
be
between
500
and
1500
ions/cm .

Return
to

check
for
any
signs
of
damage.

Verify
the
unit
voltage
 the
installation
in
two
or
three
days
to
confirm
that
the

matches
 the
 supply
 voltage.
 
 Inspect
 the
 ionization
 ion
levels
are
within
this
range
and
adjust
accordingly.

tube
 for
 damage
 by
 making
 sure
 that
 there
 are
 no

cracks
 in
 the
 glass
 tube,
 the
 end
 cap
 is
 securely
 CARE AND M AINTENANCE
fastened
 on
 the
 tube,
 the
 wire
 mesh
 sock
 fits
 snuggly

over
the
tube
and
that
the
stud’s
treads
are
not
worn
 TM
The
Aerisa
AerWave 
requires
replacement
of
the
ionization
tube
at
one
year

or
stripped.
 intervals.



For
replacement,
please
contact
your
local
distributor
or
email
Aerisa

TM
2. Install
the
 Screw
the
ionization
tube
into
the
Aerisa
AerWave 
 Inc.

at
aerisa@iPureAir.com


ionization
tube
 unit.

Note:
The
ground
clip
should
be
pulled
by
slightly
 

to
allow
the
tube
to
be
properly
screwed
into
the
unit.


M OUNTING LOCATIONS
Once
the
tube
is
snug,
ease
the
grounding
clip
back

onto
the
tube.



Ion
production
is
directly
proportional
to
the
amount
of
airflow
over
the
AerGen

tube,
so
it
is
very
important
to
assure
that
the
AerGen
is
installed
to
assure

maximum
airflow.




The
most
effective
location
for
the
unit
is
on
the
supply
side
of
the
AHU.

Should


 this
not
be
possible,
it
is
permissible
to
put
the
AerWave
unit
in
the
return
air
duct,

3. Cut
duct
 Trace
a
5
½”
by
5
½”
square
on
the
surface
of
the
duct
 inside
a
blower,
or
between
the
heating
coil
and
filter.


Please
note,
that
some

at
 desired
 mounting
 location.
 
 Cut
 out
 the
 traced
 degradation
of
ions
is
likely
and
that
the
unit
may
need
to
be
adjusted
to
a
higher

portion
of
the
duct
using
snips
or
sheet
metal
cutters.
 ion
adjustment
on
the
Ion
Dial.

TM
4. Fasten
onto
 Screw
 the
 Aerisa
 AerWave 
 onto
 the
 duct
 using
 the
 

duct
 sheet
metal
screws.
 For
users
that
own
a
gas‐fired
or
oil‐fired
furnace,
please
note
that
very
high

5. Electrical
 WARNING
 –
 The
 secondary
 voltage
 to
 the
 ionization
 temperatures
close
to
the
heat
source
may
exceed
the
specifications
for
the

Installation
 tube
 is
 3000
 volts.
 
 Do
 not
 connect
 the
 Aerisa
 AerGen
glass
and
cause
cracking.


Installation
of
the
unit
should
be
far
enough
from

TM
AerWave 
to
power
before
the
mechanical
installation
 that
source
to
assure
that
air
temperatures
are
below
100°
F.

Additionally,
assure

is
 complete.
 
 Always
 disconnect
 power
 to
 the
 unit
 installing
in
locations
where
moisture
will
not
collect
such
as
downstream
from
the

before
handling
any
of
its
components.
 cooling
coil.

6. Interlock
 Make
 sure
 that
 the
 unit
 is
 interlocked
 with
 the
 supply


fan,
 or
 that
 a
 pressure
 switch
 has
 been
 installed.


TM
Generally,
 the
 Aerisa
 AerWave 
 should
 only
 operate
 

when
there
is
airflow.