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  • Brand: Ariston Thermo
  • Product: Air-conditioning
  • Model/name: Evos 25 MC4
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese

Table of Contents

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Manuale d’uso
User Manual
EVOS
CLIMATIZZATORE D’ARIA
AIR CONDITIONER
CLIMATISEUR
CLIMATIZADOR
CONDICIONADOR DE AR
AIRCONDITIONING
EVOS 25 MC4
EVOS 35 MC4
EVOS 50 MC4
EVOS 70 MC4
TECNOLOGIA 2D
2D TECHNOLOGY
ELEVATA
SILENZIOSITÁ
SUPER SILENT
FOLLOW ME
FILTRO
ANTIODORE
ANTI-ODOUR FILTER
VENTILATORE
12 VELOCITÁ
12 SPEED AIR FLOW
MEMORY
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Dear Customer,
We would like to thank you for having chosen one of our air conditioning units.
We are confident in having supplied you a technically sound product.
This booklet is designed to provide you with instructions and helpful advice to inform you as to the correct use and main-
tenance of this high quality appliance.
Keep this booklet in a safe place for further reference.
Should need be, please feel free to contact your nearest technical after-sales service centre for any queries you may
have.
Kind Regards.
Despite the painstaking care taken in publishing this booklet, errors may have been overlooked by our proof-reading
department.
Would you therefore kindly inform us of any mistakes you may have noticed, to help us improve the service we offer.
THIS PRODUCT CONFORMS TO EU DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC
The barred dustbin symbol appearing on the device indicates that the product must be disposed
of separately from household waste once it reaches the end of its lifespan, and transferred to a
waste disposal site for electric and electronic equipment, or returned to the dealer when pur-
chasing a new device of the same kind.
The user is responsible for delivering the decommissioned device to a suitable waste disposal
site.
Proper separated collection of the decommissioned device and its subsequent eco-compatible re-
cycling, treatment and disposal helps to prevent negative effects on the environment and health,
besides encouraging the reuse of the materials comprising the product.
For further details on the available waste collection systems, contact your local waste disposal
office, or the dealer from which the product was purchased.
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NORM RISK
Do not perform any operations that involve opening the appli-
ance.
Electrocution due to exposure to live components.
Personal injury caused by burns due to overheated components, or wounds
caused by sharp edges or protrusions.
Do not perform operations that involve
removing the device from its housing.
Electrocution due to exposure to live components.
Personal injury from burns due to cooling gases leaking from disconnected
piping.
Do not start or stop the appliance simply by plugging
it into the electricity mains supply or unplugging it.
Electrocution from a damaged cable or plug, or socket.
Do not wrap/damage/modify/heat the power supply cable or
rest heavy objects on it.
Electrocution from non-insulated live wires.
Do not leave anything on top of the appliance. Personal injury from an object falling off the appliance following vibrations.
Do not climb onto the appliance. Personal injury due to the appliance falling.
Do not climb onto chairs, stools, ladders or unstable supports
to clean the appliance.
Personal injury caused by falling from heights or shearing
(stepladders shutting accidentally).
Do not attempt to clean the appliance without first turning it
off and unplugging it or turning off the corresponding switch.
Electrocution due to exposure to live components.
Do not allow children or inexperienced people
to use the appliance.
Damage to the appliance due to improper use.
Do not direct the air flow towards gas
hobs or gas stoves.
Explosions, fires or intoxication from the discharge of gas from burner nozzles.
Air flow has blown the flame out.
Do not place your fingers in the air outlets
or in the air inlet grilles.
Electrocution due to exposure to live components.
Personal injury from cuts.
Do not drink the condensation water. Personal injury from poisoning.
If you smell burning or see smoke coming out of the device,
disconnect it from the power supply, open all windows and
contact the technician.
Personal injury from burns or smoke inhalation.
Do not perform operations that involve
removing the device from its housing.
Flooding caused by water leaking from disconnected piping.
Do not leave anything on top of the appliance.
Damage to the appliance or any underlying items
caused by the appliance detaching from its fixing brackets and falling.
Do not use insecticides, solvents or aggressive
detergents to clean the device.
Damage to plastic or painted parts.
Do not use the device for any purpose other
than normal household operation.
Damage to the device caused by operation overload. Damage to objects caused
by improper use.
Do not allow children or inexperienced persons to operate the
device.
Damage to the device caused by improper use.
Do not direct the air flow towards valuable
articles, plants or animals.
Damage or perishing due to excessive cold/heat, humidity, ventilation.
Do not use the air conditioning unit for extended periods of
time
in conditions of more than 80% humidity.
Damage to objects due to excessive dripping of condensation
from the appliance.
Do not place other electrical devices, furniture or objects that
must be kept dry below the internal or external units.
Possible drainage of the condensation water causing damage or malfunction
Make sure there is enough ventilation in the room where the
air conditioning unit is installed if there is also a combustion
appliance
Lack of oxygen
Do not expose yourself to the air flow for a prolonged period
of time
Health problems
Do not activate the unit near hazardous substances and flam-
mable or corrosive gases
Risk of fire, injuries, explosions
At least every twelve months, check the integrity of the sup-
port frame and structure of the external unit
SAFETY REGULATIONS
READ THIS MANUAL THOROUGHLY AND KEEP IT IN A SAFE PLACE, AS IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FOR THE SAFE INSTALLATION, USE AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR NEW APPLIANCE.
Symbol legend:
Failure to comply with this warning implies the risk of injury to persons, which in some circumstances may be fatal.
Failure to comply with this warning implies the risk of damage, in some circumstances serious, to property, plants or animals.
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WALL-HUNG MODEL
The air conditioning unit is made up of two separate units
linked up to one another by copper piping (suitably insu-
lated) and
a power supply cable.
The Internal Unit should be installed on a wall of the room
to be air conditioned. The External Unit can be free stand-
ing on the floor or installed on a wall, on special support-
ing brackets.
Operating suggestions:
- For the air conditioning unit to work at its best, make
sure it is suitably sized for your specific air conditioning
requirements. (Risk of poor appliance performance).
- Do not obstruct the air inlet and outlet grilles with any
objects. (Risk of the appliance overheating).
- If the appliance is left unused for an extended period
of time, disconnect the power supply cable from the
mains as the appliance would otherwise remain pow-
ered. (Risk of personal injury from fire and fumes).
- For optimal appliance efficiency, maintain the room
temperature constant through the swing function,
close doors and windows, clean the filters regularly
- Do not excessively cool the room to avoid sudden tem-
perature changes
WARNING:
- Do not start or stop the appliance by simply plugging
it into or out of the electricity mains (risk of personal
injury due to electrocution).
- Do not climb onto the internal or external unit and
do not place any objects on them at all (risk of per-
sonal injury and damage to any objects that fall from
a height).
- Do not expose yourself to the direct air flow for a
prolonged period of time (risk of personal injury
from skin sensitisation).
INTERNAL UNIT PANEL
“ON/OFF” BUTTON
by pressing this button, the unit switches on/off.
The operating mode is AUTO (Tset=24°C).
By pressing twice the on/off button, the air conditioning
unit enters the forced cooling mode (used exclusively by
the installer during testing).
WARNING:
- Do not use the switch with wet hands
(risk of personal injury from electrocution).
INTERNAL UNIT
AIR INLET GRILLE
AIR INLET
AIR OUTLET
PANEL
ON/OFF BUTTON
DISPLAY
AIR OUTLET
DIRECTIONAL
FLAP
PIPING AND ELEC-
TRICAL CABLES
EXTERNAL UNIT
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LED - DISPLAY
The air conditioning unit is provided with a display which ena-
bles the operation parameters to be visualised (see figure).
• RUN led
indicates that the appliance is on
• AUTO led
shows that the unit is operating in automatic mode
• TIMER led
indicates that the Timer is on
• DEFROST led
indicates that the Defrostr is on
• FREQUENCY
indicates the operating frequency of the compressor
OPERATION
The air conditioning unit is an appliance designed to create the
ideal climatic conditions for the well-being of people in a room.
It completely automatically cools, dehumidifies and heats the
air.
The air sucked in by the fan enters via the upper grille and then
passes through the filter that traps any dust it may contain. It is
then conveyed through the fins of a “heat exchanger”: namely
a finned coil that cools the air and dehumidifies it, or even heats
it.
The heat removed from the room is vented outside
by the External Unit.
The fan circulates the air around the room: the direction in
which the air exits the unit is adjusted vertically by the flap (and
by the horizontal deflectors horizontally).
BASIC FUNCTIONS
• HEATING
In this mode, the air conditioning unit heats the room by
means of the “heat pump” operation.
• COOLING
In this mode, the air conditioning unit cools down the room
while at the same time reducing the humidity in the air.
• VENTILATION
This mode circulates air throughout the room.
• DEHUMIDIFICATION
This mode, with its alternating cooling and ventilation cycles,
is designed to obtain the dehumidification of the air without
the room temperature being altered considerably.
• AUTO
In this mode, the mode and speed of the fan are set
automatically based on the room temperature detected.
• TURBO
This function allows the unit to reach the preset temperature
in the shortest time possible.
• TIMER
This function allows the air conditioning unit to be turned on
or off at the desired time.
• VERTICAL SWING
This function activates the automatic oscillation of the flap.
HEAT EXCHANGER
AIR FILTER
“FLAP” FAN
run auto timer def
TIMER LED DEFROST LED
AUTO LED
RUN LED
RECEIVER
TEMPERATURE
SET FREQUENCY
LED
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
• SLEEP FUNCTION
This function adjusts the temperature automatically in order to make the room more comfortable at night.
• FOLLOW-ME FUNCTION
The operation of the air conditioning unit depends on the sensor of the remote control, which detects the actual room
temperature of the environment it is located in.
• SELF CLEAN
In self clean mode, the air conditioning unit automatically cleans and dries the evaporator, keeping it in opti-
mal conditions for subsequent operation
• LOW AMBIENT
With this function the air conditioning unit works in cooling mode with external temperatures lower than 15°C.
• AUTORESTART
This function makes the air conditioning unit restart from the last function set as soon as the electricity comes back
on following a power failure (mode, temperature, fan speed and flap position).
• SILENCE (2,5kW - 3,5kW - 5 kW)
This function allows the air conditioning unit to set an ultra minimum fan speed of the internal unit, making the room
extremely quiet.
• MEMORY
It is used to save the current settings or restore the previous settings.
• LED
This function switches off the display of the internal unit.
• 12 SPEED FAN (2,5kW - 3,5kW - 5 kW)
For each of the 3 speeds which can be set (HIGH, MED, LOW), the air conditioning unit has three speed sublevels (
HIGH, HIGH+, HIGH- , MED, MED+, MED-, LOW, LOW+,LOW-) which are set automatically. These 9 sublevels in addi-
tion to those of the dehumidification, turbo and silence functions, mean that the air conditioning unit has a total of 12
air flow speeds.
• FLAP AUTO MEMORY
When switched off, the air conditioning unit saves the last set position of the flap.
• REFRIGERANT LEAK SENSOR (in cooling mode only)
The air conditioning unit possible leaks of refrigerant and shows “EC” on the display (in the case of LED display, the
RUN and TIMER LEDs flash.
AIR CONDITIONING FILTERS
• Anti-odour filter
Removes unpleasant odours and volatile organic compounds.
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SIMPLE MAINTENANCE
WARNING:
- Unplug the appliance or switch off the dedicated switch
before performing any operations (risk of personal injury
from electrocution).
- Do not touch the air conditioning unit with wet hands (risk
of personal injury from electrocution).
- When cleaning the appliance, do not climb onto a table or
unstable chair (risk of personal injury from falling from a
height).
- When removing filters, take care not to touch any metal
parts, especially the heat exchanger inside the internal
unit (risk of personal injury from cuts).
CLEANING THE FILTERS
Cleaning the filters regularly is essential for the
optimal performance of the air conditioning unit. For domestic
settings, we recommend that filters be cleaned fortnightly.
Anti-dust filters
Open the front panel by pushing it upwards at the “grooves” on
the sides (fig. 1).
Remove the filters by pulling them gently downwards (fig. 2).
Clean them using a vacuum cleaner or wash them in lukewarm
water and neutral detergent. Make sure you dry them thorough-
ly before replacing them. Do not leave them exposed to sunlight.
Do not operate the air conditioning unit without the air filters.
Air conditioning filters
Open the front panel and remove the anti-dust filters as ex-
plained above. Remove the air conditioning filters as shown in
fig. 3 and replace them with new ones.
- Anti-odour filter
These filters must be replaced once they are no longer able to
perform their function (about 24 months).
CLEANING THE AIR CONDITIONING UNIT
Clean the Internal Unit and the remote control if necessary,
use a damp cloth with warm water (not more than 40°C) and
mild soap; do not use solvents or aggressive detergents, insec-
ticides or spray cleaners (these could damage and corrode the
appliance’s plastic parts).
Pay special attention to the cleaning of the front panel, since it
is very susceptible to scratching.
If the battery in the External Unit is clogged: remove all leaves
and deposits and then wash off all dust with a water jet or some
water.
(FIG. 1)
(FIG. 2)
(FIG. 3)
EXTERNAL UNIT BATTERY
FILTERS
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END OF SEASON MAINTENANCE
WARNING:
- Unplug the appliance or switch off the dedicated switch before
performing any operations (risk of personal injury from electro-
cution).
- Do not touch the air conditioning unit with wet hands (risk of per-
sonal injury from electrocution).
- When cleaning the appliance, do not climb onto a table or unsta-
ble chair (risk of personal injury from falling from a height).
- When removing filters, take care not to touch any metal parts,
especially the heat exchanger inside the internal unit (risk of per-
sonal injury from cuts).
• Clean the filters and secure them back in place.
• On a sunny day, operate the air conditioning unit in ventilation mode
for a few hours, so that the inside is dried completely.
• Unplug the appliance or disable the automatic switch.
IF THE AIR CONDITIONING UNIT DOES NOT WORK
1. If the air conditioning unit gives no sign of life, check:
- the supply voltage
- that the automatic switch has not blown
- that there has not been a power failure
- The air conditioning unit is turned on by pressing the ON-OFF
button located on the internal unit
2. If the cooling (or heating) effect seems to be lower than normal:
- has the temperature been set correctly on the remote control?
- has a door or window been opened?
- is the Internal Unit exposed to direct sunlight?
- are the filters clogged?
- are there any obstacles obstructing the free circulation of air to
the Internal Unit or External Unit?
The performance levels and the characteristics of any cooling appliance are noticeably affected by the environmental conditions
where the Internal and External Units operate.
OPERATING CONDITION LIMITS
Cooling external temperature between -15° and 50° C
Heating external temperature between -15° and 30° C
WARNING: The relative humidity level of the room must be below 80%. If the conditioner operates above this limit,Ð
condensation may form on its surface and cause drips to start falling.

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