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  • Brand: Trotec
  • Product: Air-conditioning
  • Model/name: PAC 2000 S
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Turkish

Table of Contents

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Table of Contents
01. Safety instructions.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 1
02. Transport and packaging.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 2
03. Model Description. .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 2
04. Description of the Individual Components
. .  . B - 3
	 Control Panel.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 3
	 Remote Control .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 4	
	 Overload Protection.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 5
	 Cleaning and Maintenance. .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 6
	Troubleshooting.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 6
05. Installation.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 8
	 Installation Accessories.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 8
	 Installing the Unit.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 9
	 Connecting the Air Discharge Hose
	 and the Adapter.  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 9
06. Technical Data .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . B - 9
These operating instructions must be kept in close proximity to either the unit
itself or the place where the unit is located.This publication replaces all previous
publications. No part of this publication may be reproduced, processed using
electronic systems, replicated or distributed in any way without prior written
authorisation by us. Subject to technical modifications. All rights reserved. These
operating instructions were compiled with all due care and attention. We accept
no liability for errors or omissions. © TROTEC®
01. Safety instructions
This product subjected to stringent material and function
testsandextensivequalitychecksbeforeitleftourpremises.
We must, however, point out that using this device can
constitute a hazard when used by people who have
not been instructed in its proper use or when used
for purposes other than those for which it was intended!
The following instructions must be observed at all
times:
• This unit is not suitable for outside use.
• Do not install or use this unit in rooms where there is a
	 risk of explosion.
• Keep away from flammable objects.Please ensure that
	 a sufficient safety distance is maintained at all times.
• Please ensure that a minimum distance of 1m is main-
	 tainedtoanyTVsorradiosinordertoavoidelectromag-
	 netic interference.
• Do not install or use in atmospheres containing oil,
	 sulphur or salt.
• Keep away from drapes, curtains, net curtains etc.
	 Please ensure that a minimum distance of 50 cm
	 (19.7 ins) is maintained at all times.
• Do not place the unit in direct sunlight as this could lead
	 to a discolouring of the housing.
•	Please make sure that the air intake and outlet ducts
	 are not obstructed and free of foreign objects.
• Please make sure that the unit is placed on a flat and
	 level and stable surface.
• The unit may only be used in an upright position.
•	Do not put or force any objects into the air intake and
	 outlet ducts.
• Do not place any warm or heavy objects on the unit.
• Do not clean with a hose and or subject to jets of water.
•	
Only use within the permissible operating ranges:
	 special attention should be paid to the surrounding
	temperature.
•	The unit will work more efficiently in certain rooms and
	 at certain locations (see Technical Data).
• Only connect to properly installed, fused and earthed
	 sockets 230 V / 50 Hz, fuse 10 A.
•	Do not pull at the cord. Make sure that the cord is not
	 kinked, bent or trapped.This could easily damage the
	cord!
• Wait 5 minutes before putting into operation after
	 transport.This will protect your unit against damage.
•	Use the on/off (power) key to switch the unit off.Do not
	 pull out the plug to power off.
• Do not transport or carry while in operation.
•	Do not lay the unit on its side.
• Protect all electric cords and leads against damage,
	 including damage by animals.
• Empty the water collection tray when you are not plan-
	 ning on using the unit over a longer period.This simple
	 but effective step ensures a longer product life span.
•	
Make sure that any extension cords used are
	 suitable for this purpose, are of sufficient length and
	 conform with the connected load.
• 	Do not lay cords under carpets.
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• Please make sure that the unit has been unplugged
	 before any cleaning or approved maintenance work is
	 carried out on the unit or the unit is cleaned with water.
• 	
Do not use any chemical solvents (e.g. benzol or
	 cleaning agents containing alcohol) to clean the unit as
	 these could prove to be too aggressive for the housing
	 and damage your unit.
• Empty the condensation water collection tank before
	 you move the unit from one place to another.
• Please make sure that your unit is turned off and un-
	 plugged before the air intake grille is removed.
• 	Do not use without air filter!
• 	Do not direct the discharged air at persons!
• 	
Do not, on any account, open the housing. There is a
	 very high risk of electrocution.
• Any work that has to be carried out on the refrigerant
	 unit or the electrical circuits may only be performed by
	 an authorised and certified specialist dealer.
• Please remove the batteries when the product has
	 reached the end of its life cycle.
• Please dispose of the batteries in an orderly and
	 safe way.
m	 This unit may only be used for the purposes as
	 described in the operating instructions. The
	 warranty expires with immediate effect in case
	 of non-observance of these instructions. We
	 also accept no liability in such cases.
02. Transport and Packaging
Quality checks are carried out constantly on all our pro-
ducts. All products are packed with the utmost care be-
fore they leave our premises.This unit will be delivered to
you in a specially-designed, sturdy cardboard box. Please
check your delivery immediately upon receipt. Please
make a note of any signs of damage or missing pieces on
the delivery note and contact your carrier and your con-
tractpartner.Weareunabletoacceptresponsibilityforany
complaints which are made at a later date.
The following instructions must be observed du-
ring transport:
• Switch off the unit at the control panel and remove
	 the plug from the socket.
• Transport upright only.
• When moving over short distances: the unit has four
	 castors and can be wheeled from one location to
	 another: There are two grip moulds for easier
	carrying.
• Your air conditioning unit extracts excess mois-
	 ture from the air and collects the condensate in a
	specially-designed built-in tank. We therefore
	 recommend that you empty the tank prior to trans-
	 porting the unit via, for example, the condensate
	 drain outlet at the back of the unit.
03. Model Description
Description of the Individual Components
Front view
1. Control panel
2. Cold air outlet
3. Signal receiver
4. Remote control
5. Carry handle
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2
3
5
4
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Rear view
6.	 Air discharge hose
7.	 Evaporator air intake
8.	 Secondary drain outlet
9.	 Power supply unit
10.	 Discharge condensate
m	 All the graphics displayed in these opera-
	 ting instructions show a standard model. It
	 is therefore possible that the model you have
	 selected is different in form to the one depicted.
04. Description of the Individual Components
Control Panel
The following section explains how to safely put the
air condition into operation.
:	 Stand-by-mode
:	 Timer-mode
:	Sleep-mode
:	 Fan speed
:	Mode-key
:	 low fan speed
:	 high fan speed
:	 Timer/Temperature up
:	 Timer/Temperature down
:	 Automatic
:	 Cooling
:	 Dehumidifying
:	 Fan mode
Operating the Control Panel
Automatic, Cooling, Dehumidifying, Fan speeds
1. Powering the Unit On
	 a)	Connect the unit to a power supply. The unit
			 emits a beep tone.
	 b)	Press the key. The unit is on.
		 The LED shows the room temperature. The unit
		 is switched to automatic mode.
2. Selecting an Operating Mode
	 Press the key to select one of the modes depic-
	 ted below.
3. Setting the Temperature
	 The temperature can be set within an operating
	 range of 15°C to 31°C in increments of 1°C.
	Press or to increase or lower the tempera-
	 ture by 1°C. The LED displays the temperature you
	 have set for 5 seconds before showing the room
	 temperature again.
4. Fan speed
	 Pressthe keytoselectafanspeedasshownbelow.
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5. Stand-by Mode
	 If you press the key again, the unit switches to
	stand-by.
Description of the Individual Modes
-Mode
1.	When you select mode, the temperature sensor
	 monitors the room climate and automatically se-
	lects or operating mode.
2.	When the room temperature is ≥24°C, the unit au-
	 tomatically switches to operating mode.
3.	When the room temperature is <24°C, the unit au-
	 tomatically switches to operating mode.
-Mode
1.	The upper fan runs at a low speed. The speed can-
	 not be adjusted.
2.	The compressor and the lower fan switch off after
	 8 minutes. The fan switches itself on again after 6
	minutes.
3.	The unit switches to a constant temperature and re-
	 lative humidity.The temperature cannot be adjusted.
-Mode
1.	
When the room temperature is higher than the
	 temperature you have selected, the compressor
	 switches itself on.
2.	When the room temperature is lower than the tem-
	 perature you have selected, the compressor swit-
	 ches itself off and the upper fan runs at the
	 speed you have selected.
-Mode
1.	The upper fan runs at the speed you have selected
	 and the compressor switches itself on. The lower
	 fan does not run.
2.	The temperature cannot be adjusted.
-Mode
1.	Press the Timer key while the unit is running to ac-
	 tivate the auto power off function.
2.	Press the Timer key while the unit is on stand-by to
	 activate the auto power on function.
3.	Both the auto power on and the auto power off
	 function can be set from 1 to 24 hours. Press
	 the Timer/Temperature Up or the Timer/Tempera-
	 ture Down key to shorten or prolong the power on
	 or the power off time.
-Mode
1.	The mode can only be activated in mode.
2.	When you press the key in mode, the unit
	 operates in Sleep mode.The fan runs automatically
	 at the lowest speed. The temperature increases by
	 1°C after 1 hour and by 2°C after 2 hours. The unit
	 powers off after 6 hours.
m	 The electronic has a memory function
	 which enables the unit to save the last set-
	 ting. This means that you do not have to se-
	 lect the same mode again after you have
	 powered up the unit. (This function is not
	 available when the unit is in mode.).
Remote Control
The remote control allows operating the appliance
even from a distance.
1	 -key
	 Press this key to power the unit on/off.
1
5
6
3
2
4
4
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2	 -key
	 Press this key to select an operating mode.
3	 -key
	 Use these keys to select the fan speed.
4	 /
	 The selection keys can be used to select a Timer or
	 Temperature setting.
5	 -key
	 Press this key to switch the Sleep mode on/off.
6	 -key
	 Press this key to activate the power on/power off time.
Changing the battery
•	 Placing the batteries in the battery compartment.
1.	Remove the battery compartment lid.
	 Slide the battery compartment lid backwards away
	 from the unit.
2.	Place the new batteries into the battery compartment.
	 Please ensure that the poles are properly aligned.
3.	Close the battery compartment.
	NOTE:
1.	The positive pole and the negative pole of the bat-
	 tery must be aligned with the “+” and “–“ signs on
	 the remote control.
2.	Do not use new batteries together with old ones.
3.	Remove the batteries from the battery compart-
	 ment when you are planning on not using your unit
	 over a longer period of time.
4.	Please make sure that you dispose of your old bat-
	 teries in a safe and proper manner. By doing so you
	 are providing a valuable contribution towards pro-
	 tecting and saving the environment.
Using the Remote Control
Point the remote control at the unit’s signal receiver
to operate the unit. When used correctly, the remote
control will send signals to the unit over a distance of
7 metres (23 feet).
Overload Protection
Operating Status
The unit powers off automatically when the automatic
overload protection is activated in the following cases:
Cooling The room temperature is over
43 °C (109 °F)
The room temperature is lower
than 15 °C (59 °F)
Dehumidifying The room temperature is lower
than 15 °C (59 °F)
When the air conditioner runs in cooling or drying
mode over a longer period when a window is open
and the relative humidity is more than 80%, then con-
densation can form at the outlet.
Operation of the overload protection
In the following cases the overload protection was
activated:
1.	At a restart when the appliance was switched off
	 before or the mode was changed while it operated.
	 Here you have to wait 3 minutes.
2.	When the unit is unplugged, the unit returns to the
	 original mode. The Timer has to be reset.
signal receiver
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Condensation Water
There is a closed circuit on the inside of the unit which
treats the condensation water that forms when the
unit is in operation. The condensation water is par-
tially treated in the machine. When the condensation
level falls below the mark, the pump stops working.
When the water level reaches the mark, this triggers
the float (1) and the pump starts to work again. When
the water continues to rise and reaches the upper
mark, the float (2) is triggered and the water collector
indicator shows the water collector is full and needs
to be emptied. Power off and then unplug the unit.
Place the unit somewhere where the water can run off
without being impeded and pull out the rubber stops
to drain off the condensation water. Don’t forget to
replace the rubber stoppers, as the water could other-
wise run out of the unit and cause potentially a great
deal of water damage.
You may also wish to attach a hose to the drain outlet
and allow the water to run off into a drain or sump.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning the Unit
1.	Unplug the unit
2.	Clean the unit with a dry, soft cloth. Clean the unit
	 with lukewarm water (not warmer than 40°C
	 (104°F) if the unit is soiled or dirty.
m	 Do not use benzene or similar cleaning
	 agents to clean the unit!
	 Make sure that the unit does not come into
	 contact with water. There is the risk of elec-
	trcution!
Cleaning the Filter
The air filter has to be cleaned approx. every 100 ope-
rating hours.
Clean the air filter as follows:
1.	First switch off the appliance and then release the
	filter.
2.	Clean the air filter and put it back in again.
	 If the air filter is heavily contaminated with dust and
	 dirt, then use a gentle cleaning agent and luke
	 warm water to clean. Leave the filter to dry in a cool
	 place, out of the sun, and replace it again when dry.
m	 The air filter has to be cleaned every 2
	 weeks at the latest when the unit is used in
	 environments with high levels of dust.
Proper Storage of Your Unit
1. If you are not planning on using your unit over a lon-
	 ger period, then remove the rubber stoppers from
	 the primary and secondary water outlets (see De-
	 scription of Unit) to allow any water which may still
	 be inside the unit to drain off properly.
2.	Switch on the unit an leave to run for approx. 12
	 hours on a warm, sunny day. This prevents mould
	 from forming on the inside.
3.	Switch off the unit and pull out the plug. Remove
	 the batteries from the battery compartment and
	 store the unit in a safe and dry place.
4.	Clean the air filter and place it back into the unit.
5.	Disconnect the hose and close the hole.
Troubleshooting
If you think that your unit is not working properly,
you may find that the problem you are having is not
necessarily a fault and does therefore not need to
be repaired by a specialist. Please consult the table
below before you contact a specialist in order to see if
a solution to your problem can be found first.
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Possible Fault Possible Solution
The unit is not
running.
The overload protection has
been activated or the fuse
has melted.
Wait 3 minutes to see if
the overload protection has
been activated.
The batteries in the remote
control are exhausted and
need to be replaced.
The plug of the unit has not
been plugged in properly
The unit runs for a
short time only.
The temperature you have
selected is too close to
current room temperature.
Select a higher or lower
temperature if necessary.
The air outlet is blocked.
Remove the obstruction.
The unit is running
but not cooling.
A door or window is open.
Another appliance, e. g. a
strong lamp or a heater is
producing heat at the same
time.
The air filter is extremely
dirty and needs to be
cleaned.
The air intake or outlet
is blocked. Remove the
obstruction.
The temperature you have
selected is too high.
Water runs out of
the unit while it is
being moved from
one location to
another.
Drain off the condensation
water first.
Place the unit on a flat
surface to prevent water
from running out and
causing damage to carpets
and flooring.
The unit is not
running and the
water container full
indicator (E4) is on.
Remove the rubber stop-
pers from the back of the
unit and allow the water to
drain off.
Please contact a qualified
technician if this problem
occurs repeatedly.
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Troubleshooting
Fault Cause Solution
The unit does
not power on
The unit does not have a power
supply:
1. The unit is not plugged in.
2.The plug or the socket is damaged.
3. The fuse has melted.
1. Plug in the unit.
2. Have the mains cable or socket replaced by
  an electrician.
3. Have a specialist change the fuse if necessary.
  (Specification: 3.15A/230VAC)
The unit swit-
ches itself off
1.The auto power off mode has been
 activated.
2. The temperature you selected has
  been reached.
1. Switch the unit back on again.
2. Wait until the unit automatically switches it-
  self back on again.
The unit does
not cool in
cooling mode
1. The room temperature is lower
  than the temperature you have
 selected.
2.The unit has switched to frost pro-
  tection mode.
1. The unit will start to cool again when the tem-
  perature that has been selected is lower than
  the room temperature.
2. The unit will start to cool again when the frost
  protection mode is completed.
LED indicates
fault message E2
The sensor for the room tempera-
ture is defect or damaged.
The sensor must be replaced with a new sensor.
LED indicates
fault message E3
The sensor for the evaporator oil pipe
is defect or damaged.
The sensor must be replaced with a new sensor.
LED indicates
fault message E4
The water tank is full. Drain off the water.
LED indicates
fault message E5
The sensor for the condensator oil
pipe is defect or damaged.
The sensor must be replaced with a new sensor.
05. Installation
Installation Accessories
1. Air discharge hose
2. Connecting piece, air discharge hose
3. Adapter for air outlet
4. Remote control
5. Cap for air outlet adapter
1 2
5
4
3
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Installing the Unit
•	 Install the unit next to a door, a window or French
	doors.
•	Make sure that there is a minimum distance of
	 60cm between the air outlet at the back of the unit
	 and any walls, cupboards or any other furniture or
	objects.
•	 Connect the air discharge hose to the air outlet at
	 the back of the unit.
•	Extend the hose to its entire length to see if it is
	 long enough to pass through a door or window or a
	 hole which might have been made to accommoda-
	 te the hose.
•	 Make sure that the air outlet is not blocked and free
	 of any obstructions.
Connecting the Air Discharge Hose and the Adapter
Connect the air discharge hose to the air outlet
1.	Hold both ends of the air discharge hose and ex-
	 tend the hose to its full length.
2.	Screw the air discharge hose onto the connecting
	piece.
3.	Connect the window adapter to the air discharge hose.
4.	Connect the air discharge hose with the connected
	 connecting piece to the air outlet.
06. Technical Data
Model PAC 2000 S
Cooling performance
(Btu/h)/(W)
7000 Btu/h/2000 W
Dehumidification capacity
(l/h)
1,0 l/h
Power input
Mains voltage/Amperage
750 W / 3,3 A
Air flow volume (m³/h) 320 m³/h
Rated voltage/Frequency
(V/Hz)
AC220-240 V / 50 Hz
Sound level pressure (dB (A)) ≤ 52 dB (A)
Net weight (kg) 23 kg
Dimensions Housing (mm)
T x B x H
305 x 420 x 636 mm
Packaging (mm) 360 x 480 x 820 mm
Refrigerant R410a
Room size (m²) ~30 m²
Miniature fuse 3,15 A 250 V
In the European Union electronic equipment
must not be treated as domestic waste, but
must be disposed of professionally in ac-
cordance with Directive 2002/96EU 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.

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