TROTEC 1120000117 Qube Dehumidifier Compact Instruction Manual

May 15, 2024
TROTEC

TROTEC 1120000117 Qube Dehumidifier Compact

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productNotes regarding the instructions

Symbols

  • Danger
    This symbol indicates dangers to the life and health of persons due to flammable refrigerants.

  • Warning of electrical voltage
    This symbol indicates dangers to the life and health of persons due to electrical voltage.

  • Warning
    This signal word indicates a hazard with an average risk level which, if not avoided, can result in serious injury or death.

  • Caution
    This signal word indicates a hazard with a low risk level which, if not avoided, can result in minor or moderate injury.

  • Note
    This signal word indicates important information (e.g. material damage), but does not indicate hazards.

  • Info
    Information marked with this symbol helps you to carry out your tasks quickly and safely.

  • Follow the manual
    Information marked with this symbol indicates that the instructions must be observed.

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Safety

Read this manual carefully before starting or using the device. Always store the manual near the device or its site of use.

Warning
Read all safety warnings and all instructions. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury. Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.

  • In the scope of European normative requirements (EN 60335-1): 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 instruction concerning the 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.
  • In the scope of International normative requirements (IEC 60335-1): This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
  • Do not use the device in potentially explosive rooms or areas and do not install it there.
  • Do not use the device in an aggressive atmosphere.
  • Only put up the device in an upright, stable position on firm ground.
  • Let the device dry out after a wet clean. Do not operate it when wet.
  • Do not use the device with wet or damp hands.
  • Do not expose the device to directly squirting water.
  • Do not cover the device during operation.
  • Do not sit on the device.
  • This appliance is not a toy. Keep away from children and animals.
  • Occasionally observe the device during operation.
  • Check accessories and connection parts for possible damage prior to every use of the device. Do not use any defective devices or device parts.
  • Ensure that all electric cables outside of the device are protected from damage (e.g. caused by animals). Never use the device if electric cables or the power connection are damaged!
  • The mains connection must correspond to the specifications in the Technical annex.
  • Insert the mains plug into a properly fused mains socket.
  • Observe the device’s power input, cable length and intended use when selecting extensions to the power cable. Completely unroll extension cables. Avoid electrical overload.
  • Do not under any circumstances use the device if you detect damages on the main plug or power cable. nIf the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. Defective power cables pose a serious health risk!
  • Before carrying out maintenance, care or repair work on the device, remove the mains plug from the mains socket. Hold onto the mains plug while doing so.
  • Switch the device off and disconnect the power cable from the main socket when the device is not in use.
  • When positioning the device, observe the minimum distances from walls and other objects as well as the storage and operating conditions specified in the Technical annex.
  • Make sure that the air inlet and outlet are not obstructed.
  • Make sure that the suction side is kept free of dirt and loose objects.
  • Never insert any objects or limbs into the device.
  • Do not remove any safety signs, stickers or labels from the device. Keep all safety signs, stickers and labels in legible condition.
  • Only transport the device in an upright position with an emptied condensation tank or drain hose.
  • Discharge the collected condensate before transport and storage. Do not drink it. Health hazard!
  • Only use original spare parts, for otherwise safe and functional operation cannot be ensured.

Safety warnings for devices containing flammable refrigerants

  • Only position the device in rooms where potentially leaking refrigerant cannot accumulate. Unventilated rooms, in which the device is installed, operated or stored, must be built in a way to ensure that potentially leaking refrigerant cannot accumulate. This serves to avoid fire or explosion hazards resulting from an ignition of the refrigerant by an electric furnace, cooking stove or another ignition source.
  • Only position the device in rooms where there is no source of ignition (e.g. open flames, an active gas appliance or an electric heater).
  • Please note that the refrigerant is odourless.
  • Only install the device in compliance with the national installation regulations.
  • Please observe the local regulations.
  • Observe the national gas regulations.
  • Store the device in a way that no mechanical damage can occur.
  • Please note that the connected pipelines must not contain any sources of ignition.
  • No part of the cooling circuit may be perforated.
  • R1234yf is a refrigerant that complies with European environmental regulations. No part of the cooling circuit may be perforated.
  • Observe the maximum refrigerant capacity in the technical data.
  • Do not drill through or burn.
  • Do not use any means other than those recommended by the manufacturer for accelerating the defrosting process.
  • Every person working with or at the refrigerant circuit must be able to provide a certificate of qualification issued by a body accredited by the industry, demonstrating their competence in the safe use of refrigerants based on a procedure well-known in the industry.
  • Service work may only be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. If maintenance and repair work require the support of additional persons, the person trained in handling flammable refrigerants shall continuously supervise the work carried out.
  • The entire refrigerant circuit is a maintenance-free, hermetically sealed system and may only be maintained or repaired by specialist companies for cooling and
  • air-conditioning or by Trotec.

Intended use
Only use the device for drying and dehumidifying room air, while adhering to and following the technical data. Intended use comprises:

  • dehumidifying and drying:
    • living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms and basements
    • laundries, holiday homes, camper vans, boats
  • maintaining the dryness of:
    • storage spaces, archives, laboratories, garages, changing rooms etc.

Foreseeable misuse

  • Do not place the device on wet or flooded ground.
  • Do not place any objects, e.g. clothing, on the device.
  • Do not use the device out of doors.
  • Do not use the device in wet rooms (e.g. bathrooms or laundry rooms).
  • Never immerse the device in water.
  • Do not make any unauthorised modifications, alterations or structural changes to the device.
  • Any use other than the intended use is regarded as a reasonably foreseeable misuse.

Personnel qualifications People who use this device must:

  • be aware of the dangers that occur when working with electric devices in damp areas.
  • have read and understood the instructions, especially the Safety chapter.

Maintenance tasks that require the housing to be opened must only be carried out by specialist companies for cooling and air-conditioning or by Trotec.
Safety signs and labels on the device

Note

Do not remove any safety signs, stickers or labels from the device. Keep all safety signs, stickers and labels in legible condition. The following safety signs and labels are attached to the device:

Follow the manual

This symbol indicates that the instructions must be observed.

Follow the repair manual
Disposal, maintenance and repair work of the refrigerant circuit may only be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and by persons having a certificate of qualification. A corresponding repair manual is available from the manufacturer upon request.

Residual risks

  • Danger
    • Refrigerant 2,3,3,3-Tetrafluoropropene (R1234yf)!H221 – Flammable gas.
    • H280 – Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated.
    • P210 – Keep away from heat, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. No smoking.
    • P377 – Leaking gas fire: Do not extinguish, unless leak can be stopped safely.
    • P381 – Eliminate all ignition sources if safe to do so. P403 – Store in a well-ventilated place.
  • Warning of electrical voltage
    • Work on the electrical components must only be carried out by an authorised specialist company!
    • Warning of electrical voltage
    • Risk of electric shock!
    • The device does not have the appropriate protection class for use in wet rooms.
    • There is a risk of electric shock!
    • Never use the device in wet rooms (e.g. in bathrooms and laundry rooms) and never immerse the device in water!
  • Warning of electrical voltage
    • Before any work on the device, remove the mains plug from the mains socket!
    • Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp hands. Hold onto the mains plug while pulling the power cable out of the mains socket.
  • Warning
    • Dangers can occur at the device when it is used by untrained people in an unprofessional or improper way! Observe the personnel qualifications!
  • Warning
    • The device is not a toy and does not belong in the hands of children.
  • Warning
    • Risk of suffocation!
    • Do not leave the packaging lying around. Children may use it as a dangerous toy.
  • Note
    • Do not operate the device without an air filter inserted into the air inlet!
    • Without the air filter, the inside of the device will be heavily contaminated. This could reduce the performance and result in damage to the device.

Behaviour in the event of an emergency

  1. Switch the device off.
  2. Disconnect the device from the mains feed-in: Hold onto the mains plug while pulling the power cable out of the mains socket.
  3.  Do not reconnect a defective device to the mains.

Information about the device

Device description
The device uses the principle of condensation to automatically dehumidify rooms. The fan sucks damp room air through the air inlet, the air filter, the evaporator and to the condenser located behind it. The air is cooled at the cold evaporator until it is below the dew point. Water vapour contained in the room air precipitates on the evaporator fins as condensation or rime. The dehumidified, cooled air is slightly warmed at the condenser and blown out again. The drier air thus conditioned mixes with the air in the room. The humidity in the room where the device is positioned is reduced as air constantly circulates through the device. The device comes with a hot gas automatic defrost system. Here, the hot gas of the refrigerant circuit is used actively for fast and effective defrosting. This makes the device operate effectively even at temperatures below 15 °C. The comfort function allows the device to operate particularly quietly and thus makes it suitable for use in inhabited surroundings. To discharge the condensate, the device is equipped with an integrated condensate pump with an automatic switch-off function that is able to operate up to a height of max. 10 m. The device can reduce the relative humidity of a room to approx. 30 %. The device has a control panel for operating and controlling the functions.

Device depiction

No. Designation
1 Control panel
2 Cable holder
3 Power cable
4 Air outlet
5 Carrying handle
6 Condensation drain hose connection
7 Air inlet
8 Air filter

Transport and storage

Note
If you store or transport the device improperly, the device may be damaged. Note the information regarding transport and storage of the device.

Transport
Please note that additional transport regulations might apply to devices containing flammable refrigerants. The equipment’s arrangement and the maximum number of components to be transported together can be gathered from the applicable transport regulations. To make the device easier to transport, it is fitted with a transport handle.
Before transporting the device, observe the following:

  • Switch the device off.

  • Hold onto the mains plug while pulling the power cable out of the mains socket.

  •  Drain the remaining condensate from the device and the condensation drain hose (see chapter Maintenance).

  •  Do not use the power cable to drag the device.
    After transporting the device, proceed as follows:

  • Set up the device in an upright position after transport.

Storage
Before storing the device, proceed as follows:

  • Drain the remaining condensate from the device and the condensation drain hose (see chapter Maintenance).
  • Hold onto the mains plug while pulling the power cable out of the mains socket.
  • Drain any possibly remaining condensate.
  • When the device is not being used, observe the following storage conditions:
  • Only position the device in rooms where there is no source of ignition (e.g. oen flames, an active gas appliance or an electric heater).
  • Store the device in a dry location and protect it from frost and heat.
  • Store the device in an upright position where it is protected from dust and direct sunlight.
  • If required, use a cover to protect the device from invasive dust.
  • Up to 4 devices may be stacked on top of one another.
  • Place no further devices or objects on top of the device to prevent it from being damaged.

Assembly and start-up

Scope of delivery

  • 1 x device
  • 1 x air filter
  • 1 x condensation drain hose, length: 5 m, diameter: 8 mm
  • 1 x Manual

Unpacking the device

  1. Open the cardboard box and take the device out.
  2. Completely remove the packaging.
  3. Fully unwind the power cable. Make sure that the power cable is not damaged and that you do not damage it during unwinding.

Start-up
When positioning the device, observe the minimum distance from walls or other objects as described in the chapter Technical annex.

  • Before restarting the device, check the condition of the power cable. If there are doubts as to the sound condition, contact the customer service.
  • Only position the device in rooms where potentially leaking refrigerant cannot accumulate.
  • Only position the device in rooms where there is no source of ignition (e.g. open flames, an active gas appliance or an electric heater).
  • Only put up the device in an upright, stable position on firm ground.
  • Do not create tripping hazards when laying the power cable or other electric cables, especially when positioning the device in the middle of the room. Use cable bridges.
  • Make sure that extension cables are completely unrolled.
  • When positioning the device, keep a sufficient distance to heat sources.
  • Make sure that no curtains or other objects interfere with the airflow.
  • When positioning the device, secure the device locally with an RCD (Residual Current Device) which complies with the appropriate regulations.

Inserting the air filter

Note
Do not operate the device without an air filter inserted into the air inlet! Without the air filter, the inside of the device will be heavily contaminated. This could reduce the performance and result in damage to the device.

  • Make sure that the air filter is installed before switching the device on.

Positioning the condensation drain hose

Note
Do not use the device without the condensation drain hose connected!

  • A suitable hose (diameter: 8 mm) is ready for use.
  • The device is switched off.
  1. Connect the condensation drain hose to the hose connection.
  2. Make sure that the condensation drain hose is properly connected to the device and free of damage.
  3. Depending on the application, position the end of the condensation drain hose as follows:  Place a sufficiently dimensioned container (at least 90 litres) near the device and insert the hose end. The device is equipped with a pump and is able to pump the water up to a height of 10 m. Check the filling level of the container regularly
  4. Completely unwind the hose and guide the hose end to a water drain. Avoid kinking or pinching the hose. The hose end must not lay in the water!

Connecting the power cable

  • Insert the mains plug into a properly secured mains socket.

Operation

Notes:

  • Avoid open doors and windows.
  • After being switched on, the device operates fully automatically.
  • The compressor switches on approx. 3 minutes after the device has been switched on.

Control panel

No. Designation Meaning
9 Dual counter Indication of operating hours and energy consumption
10 Rotary switch Selection of relative room humidity (hygrostat)
11 Mains switch Switching the device on and off; Is illuminated when the

device is switched on
12| Status lamp| Flashes slowly during operation; Flashes quickly in the event of a fault
13| Condensate outlet

button

| Manual activation of the condensate pump

Is illuminated if the condensate pump is in operation

14| FUNCTION flip switch| Selecting the comfort or power function

Warning of electrical voltage

Risk of electric shock!  The device does not have the appropriate protection class for use in wet rooms. There is a risk of electric shock! Never use the device in wet rooms (e.g. in bathrooms and laundry rooms) and never immerse the device in water! The device comes equipped with a dual counter. The dual counter registers both the operating hours and the energy consumption and is certified according to the MID (Measuring Instruments Directive 2004/22/EC). The kWh display is factory-calibrated and may be used for accounting purposes. Contact your Trotec customer service.
Switching the device on
Once you have completely installed the device as described in the chapter Assembly and Start-up, you can switch it on.

  1. Switch the device on by setting the mains switch (11) to position I.
  2. Make sure that the mains switch button (11) is illuminated and that the status lamp (12) flashes slowly.
  3. Adjust the room humidity level with the rotary switch (10).
  4. Once condensate forms, the condensate pump is activated automatically. To activate the condensate pump manually, press the condensate outlet button (13). When the condensate pump is activated, the condensate outlet button (13) is illuminated.

Continuous operation mode
In continuous operation mode, the device dehumidifies the air constantly, regardless of the humidity. To start continuous operation mode, set the rotary switch (10) to Max.
Adjusting the room humidity level

  1. Set the desired humidity level via the rotary switch (10) of the hygrostat.
  2. After approx. 24 hours, check the humidity with a thermohygrometer.
  3. If the air is too dry (insufficient humidity level), turn the rotary switch (10) slightly towards MIN.
  4. If the air is too humid, turn the rotary switch (10) slightly towards MAX.
  5. Wait 24 hours every time you have changed the hygrostat setting and repeat the process until the desired room humidity is reached.
  6. Once the set room humidity is reached, the compressor and the fan of the device switch off automatically.
  7. If the set room humidity is exceeded, the compressor and the fan switch back on automatically. The room air is dehumidified.

Comfort function
The device operates particularly quietly in comfort mode. To activate the comfort function, set the FUNCTION flip switch (14) to I. To return to the power function, set the FUNCTION flip
switch (14) to II.
Automatic defrost
At low ambient temperatures, ice may form at the evaporator during dehumidification. The device carries out an automatic defrost by means of the hot gas feed. Here, a hot cooling agent is led into the iced evaporator for its surfaces to defrost. The hot gas automatic defrost system integrated with the device automatically switches on the defrost cycle at regular intervals. The duration of the defrost process can vary. Do not switch off the device during automatic defrost. Do not remove the mains plug from the  mains socket.

Temperature limitation (overheating protection)
The device comes with a temperature limitation. It serves to protect e.g. the compressor from overheating.

  • Upper temperature limit: +35 °C +/- 2 °C
  • Lower temperature limit: -3 °C +/- 2 °C

If the ambient temperature exceeds or falls below these limits, the device automatically switches off the compressor; only the fan will keep running. This feature protects the device from overloading since high temperatures and high humidity levels expose the device to extreme stresses. Moreover, drying is no longer economical at such high temperatures and also poses dangers for the inventory of the room to be dried. Please note that the switch-off function works with a switch-on hysteresis of -2 °C.

Info
The compressor always starts with a delay. This protects the compressor and thus increases its lifetime. When you switch on the device, the compressor will switch on with a delay of approx. 3 min. This delay is also enabled in hygrostat operation. If the room humidity exceeds the setting of the selection switch, the compressor will only switch back on after a delay.

Shutdown

Warning of electrical voltage
Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp hands.

  • ress the condensate outlet button (13) to drain the residual water.
  • Switch the device off by setting the main switch to position 0.
  • Hold onto the mains plug while pulling the power cable out of the mains socket.
  • If necessary, remove the condensation drain hose and any residual fluid from it.
  • Clean the device according to the Maintenance chapter.
  • Store the device according to the Transport and Storage chapter.

Available accessories

Warning
Only use accessories and additional equipment specified in the instructions. Using insertion tools or accessories other than those specified in the instructions may cause a risk of injury.

Designation Article number
Air filter for TTK Qube 7.160.000.014
Condensation drain hose 7.331.000.474

Errors and faults

The device has been checked for proper functioning several times during production. If malfunctions occur nonetheless, check the device according to the following list.
The device does not start:

  • Check the power connection.
  • Check the power cable and mains plug for damage.
  • Check the on-site fusing.
  • Check the room temperature. Observe the device’s permissible operating range according to the technical data.

The device is running, but there is no formation of condensate:

  • Check the room temperature. Observe the device’s permissible operating range according to the technical data.
  • Ensure that the relative room humidity complies with the technical data.
  • Check the air filter for dirt. If necessary, clean or replace the air filter.
  • From the outside, check the condenser for dirt (see chapter Maintenance). If the condenser is dirty, have it cleaned by a specialist company or by Trotec.
  • The device might carry out an automatic defrost. During automatic defrost, the device does not dehumidify.
  • Check whether the condensation drain hose is connected, connect it if necessary. If the condensation drain hose has already been connected, check it for tightness.

The device is loud or vibrates:

Check whether the device is set up in a stable and upright position.

Condensate is leaking:

  • Check the device for leaks.

The compressor does not start:

  • Check the room temperature. Observe the device’s permissible operating range according to the technical data.
  • Check whether the overheating protection of the compressor has tripped. Disconnect the device from the mains and let it cool down for approx. 10 minutes before reconnecting it.
  • The device might carry out an automatic defrost. During automatic defrost, the device does not dehumidify.

The device gets very warm, is loud or is losing performance

  • Check the air inlets and air filters for dirt. Remove external dirt.
  • From the outside, check the device for dirt (see chapter Maintenance). If the inside of the device is dirty, have it cleaned by a specialist company for cooling and air-conditioning or by Trotec.

The device still does not operate correctly after these checks:
Please contact the customer service. If necessary, bring the device to a specialist company for cooling and air-conditioning or to Trotec for repair.

Maintenance

Maintenance intervals

Maintenance and care interval| before every start-up| as needed| at least every 2 weeks| at least every 4 weeks| at least every 6 months| at least annually
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Cleaning the condensate pump| | X| | | |
Check air inlets and outlets for dirt and foreign objects and clean if necessary| X| | | X| |
Clean the exterior| | X| | | | X
Visually check the inside of the device for dirt| | X| | X| |
Clean the inside with compressed air| | X| | | | X
Check air inlet grid and air filter for dirt and foreign objects and clean or replace if necessary| X| | X| | |
Clean the air filter, replace if necessary| | X| | | X|
Check for damage| X| | | | |
Check the attachment screws| | X| | | | X
Test run| | | | | | X

Maintenance and care log

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Cleaning the condensate pump| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Check air inlets and outlets for dirt and foreign objects and clean if necessary| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Clean the exterior| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Visually check the inside of the device for dirt| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Clean the inside with compressed air| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Check the air inlet grid and air filter for dirt and foreign objects and clean or replace if necessary| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Clean the air filter, replace if necessary| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Check for damage| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Check the attachment screws| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Test run| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Remarks:|
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Activities required before starting maintenance

Warning of electrical voltage
Do not touch the mains plug with wet or damp hands.

  • Switch the device off.
  • Hold onto the mains plug while pulling the power cable out of the mains socket.

Warning of electrical voltage
Tasks that require the device to be opened must only be carried out by authorised specialist companies or by Trotec.

Running capacitor

Note
Replace the running capacitor after 10,000 operating hours!

Danger

Refrigerant 2,3,3,3-Tetrafluoropropene (R1234yf)!H221 – Flammable gas.

  • H280 – Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated.
  • P210 – Keep away from heat, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. No smoking.
  • P377 – Leaking gas fire: Do not extinguish, unless leak can be stopped safely.
  • P381 – Eliminate all ignition sources if safe to do so. P403 – Store in a well-ventilated place.

The entire refrigerant circuit is a maintenance-free, hermetically sealed system and may only be maintained or repaired by specialist companies for cooling and

Safety signs and labels on the device
Check the safety signs and labels attached to the device at regular intervals. Replace illegible safety signs! with air-conditioning or by Trotec.

Cleaning the housing
Clean the housing with a soft, damp and lint-free cloth. Make sure that no moisture enters the housing. Protect electrical components from moisture. Do not use any aggressive cleaning agents such as cleaning sprays, solvents, alcohol-based or abrasive cleaners to dampen the cloth.
Visual inspection of the inside of the device for dirt

  1. Remove the air filter.
  2. Use a torch to illuminate the openings of the device.
  3. Check the inside of the device for dirt.
  4. If you see a thick layer of dust, have the inside of the device cleaned by a specialist company for cooling and air-conditioning or by Trotec.
  5. Put the air filter back in.

Cleaning the air filter

Note
Ensure that the air filter is not worn or damaged. The corners and edges of the air filter must not be deformed or rounded. Before reinserting the air filter, make sure that it is undamaged and dry!

The air filter has to be cleaned as soon as it is dirty. This is brought to light e.g. by a reduced capacity (see chapter Errors and faults).

  1. Remove the air filter from the device.
  2. Clean the filter using a slightly damp, soft, lint-free cloth. If the filter is heavily contaminated, clean it with warm water mixed with a neutral cleaning agent.
  3. Allow the filter to dry completely. Do not insert a wet filter into the device!
  4. Reinsert the air filter into the device.

Cleaning the inside with compressed air

Warning
Risk of injury caused by ejected compressed air upon activation of the compressed air supply. Hold the compressed-air hose away from your body. Pointing the compressed-air hose at another person is prohibited.

The housing has to be removed in order to perform cleaning and maintenance tasks inside the device.

  • The device is switched off and disconnected from the mains.
  1. Loosen and remove the screws on both sides of the device. Keep the screws safe for later use.
  2. Lift the housing off the base frame and the cooling system by the carrying handle.
  3. Carefully set the housing aside.
  4. Clean the interior of the device by means of compressed air.
  5. Reassemble the housing on the base frame and cooling system. Finally, retighten all screws.

Activities required after maintenance If you want to continue using the device:

  • Reconnect the device to the mains. If you do not intend to use the device for a considerable time:
  • Store the device according to the Transport and storage chapter.

Technical annex

Technical data

Parameter Value
Model TTK Qube
Dehumidification performance, max. 20 l / 24 h
Operating range (temperature) 5 °C – 35 °C
Operating range (relative humidity) 40 % – 90 % RH
Max. permissible pressure 1.8 MPa
Pressure suction side 0.3 MPa
Outlet side pressure 1.6 MPa
Air volume flow 283 m³/h
Mains supply 220 – 240 V / 50 Hz
Max. power consumption 362 W
Nominal current 1.7 A
Type of protection IPX0
Protection 10 A
Pump height condensate pump 10 m
Refrigerant R1234yf
Amount of refrigerant 0.140 kg
GWP factor 4
CO2 equivalent 0.001 t
Sound pressure level LpA (1 m; complies with DIN 45635-01-KL3) 53 dB(A)
Dimensions (length x width x height) 315 x 382 x 340 mm

Minimum distance to walls and other objects

A: top: B: rear: C: side: D: front:

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5 cm

50 cm

5 cm

50 cm

Weight| 16 kg

Wiring diagram

With operating hours counter and MID-compliant energy meter

  • E – Earthing
  • N – Common line
  • L – Line
  • S1 – On-Off Switch + Status LED
  • H – Humidity sensor
  • M1 – Compressor
  • M2 – Fan Motor
  • FS – Fan speed switch
  • Y – Defrost valve
  • RC – Running capacitor
  • TE – Time + Energy Counter (optional)
  • CP – Condensate pump
  • PS – Water Pump Purge Switch

Exploded assembly drawing

Info
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List of spare parts for TTK Qube

No.| Spare part| No.| Spare part| No.| Spare part
---|---|---|---|---|---
1| Baseplate| 15| Humidistat Knob| 29| Fan
2| Housing| 16| PCB| 30| Fan plate
3| Air Outlet Grille| 17| PCB Holder| 31| Water Pan
4| Air Inlet Grille| 18| Knob’s Spring Retainer| 32| Water Pan to Condensates Pump Hose
5| Air Inlet Filter| 19| Humidistat shaft| 33| Condensates Pump
6| Plastic Grip| 20| Controls Protection Box| 34| Condensates Pump Baseplate
7| Control Panel| 21| Non-Marking Rubber Feet| 35| Condensates Pump to Fitting Hose
8| Controls’ Protection Bars| 22| Compressor| 36| Hose Fitting
9| Supply Cable| 23| Running Capacitor| 37| Hose Fitting Nut
10| Cable Retainer| 24| Defrost Valve| 38| Hose Fitting Plug
11| I/0 Main Switch + Status LED| 25| Finned Pack Heat Exchanger| 39| Humidity Sensor
12| Fan Speed Switch| 26| Heat Exchanger Left Support| 40| Humidity Sensor Housing
13| Condensates Pump Purge Switch| 27| Heat Exchanger Right Support| 41| Internal Wiring
14| Hours Counter / Hours+Energy Counter| 28| Insulating Foam Plate|  |

Disposal

Always dispose of packing materials in an environmentally friendly manner and in accordance with the applicable local disposal regulations.
The icon with the crossed-out waste bin on waste electrical or electronic equipment is taken from Directive 2012/19/EU. It states that this device must not be disposed of with household waste at the end of its life. You will find collection points for free return of waste electrical and electronic equipment in your vicinity. The addresses can be obtained from your municipality or local administration. You can also find out about other return options that apply to many EU countries on the website https://hub.trotec.com/?id=45090. Otherwise, please contact an official recycling centre for electronic and electrical equipment authorised for your country. The separate collection of waste electrical and electronic equipment aims to enable the re-use, recycling and other forms of recovery of waste equipment as well as to prevent negative effects for the environment and human health caused by the disposal of hazardous substances potentially contained in the equipment.
The device is operated with fluorinated refrigerant, which can be dangerous for the environment and contribute to global warming when emitted to the atmosphere. Further information is provided on the nameplate. Dispose of the refrigerant appropriately and according to national regulations. Only for the United Kingdom According to Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013 (SI 2013/3113) (as amended) devices that are no longer usable must be collected separately and disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.

Declaration of conformity

Declaration of conformity in accordance with the EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II, Part 1, Section A

We – Trotec GmbH – declare in sole responsibility that the product designated below was developed, constructed and produced in compliance with the requirements of the
EC Machinery Directive in the version 2006/42/EC.

  • Product model / Product: TTK Qube
  • Product type: dehumidifier
  • Year of manufacture as of  2023

Relevant EU directives:

  • 2011/65/EU
  • 2012/19/EU
  • 2014/30/EU
  • 2015/863/EU

Applied harmonised standards:

  • EN 60335-1:2012/A15:2021
  • EN 60335-2-40:2003/A1:2006
  • EN 60335-2-40:2003/A2:2009
  • EN 60335-2-40:2003/A11:2004
  • EN 60335-2-40:2003/A12:2005
  • EN 60335-2-40:2003/A13:2012
  • EN 60335-2-40:2003+A11:2012+AC:2013
  • EN 60335-2-40:2003/AC:2006
  • EN 60335-2-40:2003/AC:2010

Applied national standards and technical specifications:

  • EN IEC 55014-1:2021
  • EN IEC 55014-2:2021
  • IEC 60335-2-40:2018
  • EN IEC 61000-3-2:2019
  • EN IEC 61000-3-2:2019/A1:2021
  • EN 60335-1:2012/A1:2019
  • EN 60335-1:2012/A2:2019
  • EN 60335-1:2012/A14:2019
  • EN 61000-3-3:2013/A1:2019
  • IEC 60335-1:2010
  • IEC 60335-1:2010/A1:2013/A2:2016
  • IEC 61000-3-2:2018
  • IEC 61000-3-2:2018/A1:2020
  • IEC 61000-3-3:2013
  • IEC 61000-3-3:2013/A1:2017
  • IEC 61000-3-3:2013/A2:2021

Manufacturer and name of the authorised representative of the technical documentation: Trotec GmbH
Grebbener Straße 7, D-52525 Heinsberg

Place and date of issue: Heinsberg, 01.02.2023

Joachim Ludwig, Managing Director

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