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Installation and maintenance instructions

DX100 Standard

DX100PC Pull Cord

DX100T Timer

DX100H Humidistat

DX100HP Humidistat and Pull Cord

DX100PIR Integral Body Movement Sensor

DX100VTD Delay Timer

Toilet/Bathroom 100mm/4" Fan Range

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DX100PIR

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115mm

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125mm

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DX100H & DX100HP

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DX100T

 

DX100PIR

 

 

 

 

 

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Xpelair Toilet/Bathroom Fans DX100, DX100PC, DX100T, DX100H, DX100HP DX100PIR & DX100VTD installation & operating instructions

Please leave this leaflet with the fan for the benefit of the user

Installing the fan

These appliances are intended for connection to fixed wiring. Check that the electrical rating shown on each fan matches the mains supply.

THESE APPLIANCES ARE DOUBLE INSULATED AND DO NOT REQUIRE AN EARTH CONNECTION.

All installations must be supervised by a qualified electrician. Installations and wiring must conform to current IEE Regulations (UK), local or appropriate regulations (other countries).

If you have any queries before installing these products or after they have been installed, call the Xpelair Technical Hotline

+44 (0) 8709 000430. Our engineers are there to help you during normal office hours (UK only) and may be faxed at all other times on

+44 (0) 8709 000530.

Customers outside the UK should contact your local Xpelair distributor.

Description

Xpelair fans have the following features:

Universal mounting kit allows window/ wall panel/ ventilation shaft/ ceiling mounting options.

Single speed extraction

DX100

Operate the fan using an on/off switch (not supplied).

DX100PC

Operate the fan using integral pull cord.

DX100T

Built-in timer automatically operates fan for a preset delay of up to 30 minutes.

DX100H

Operates either when triggered automatically by the humidity sensor or when turned on at the on/off switch (light indicates when fan is operating in manual mode).

DX100HP

Operates either when triggered automatically by the humidity sensor or when turned on using the integral pull cord switch (light indicates when fan is operating in manual mode). Built-in timer automatically operates fan for a preset delay of up to 20 minutes.

DX100PIR

An integral body movement sensor operates the fan as long as movement is detected. Built-in timer automatically operates fan for a preset delay of up to 20 minutes.

DX100VTD

Operate the fan using the on/off switch (not supplied). The fan will not start for approximately 2.5 minutes (+/- 27%).

After this time, the fan will operate. When the fan is switched off, it will continue to operate for approximately 7.5 minutes (+/- 27%).

What the installer will need

A double pole isolating switch with a minimum contact gap of 3mm (wall or ceiling mounted).

If metal switch boxes are used, earthing regulations must be followed.

Suitably rated 2-core cable (DX100, DX100PC, DX100HP and DX100PIR).

Suitably rated 3-core cable (DX100T, DX100H and DX100VTD).

3mm electrician's screwdriver and no.1 or 2 Pozdriv screwdrivers.

A wall or ceiling on/off switch with built-in indicator light (DX100, DX100T, and DX100VTD).

To prevent a possible hazardous situation from water ingress, a condensation trap (Xpelair no. XCT100) must be fitted as close as possible to the fan in all situations where any section of the duct work is positioned higher than the fan itself.

If wall mounting the fan, you will also need

Masonry drill, hammer & chisel (or core drill equipment if available).

Mortar to make good the hole if required.

If window mounting the fan

You will need a window pane between 3mm and 6mm thick (preferably 4mm).

Do not install in glass 3mm thick if the window pane area is more than 0.2sq.m.

If installing in sealed double glazing, a specially manufactured unit should be obtained from the glazing manufacturer. You will also require a special kit, Xpelair Cat. ref. DXDG.

If installing in sash windows, you should mount the fan in the upper window. Secure the upper sash in the closed position and fit stops just below the level of the fan, to prevent damaging it when the sash is raised.

If installing in a panel which is between 9mm and 46mm thick, you will need a special kit, Xpelair Cat. ref. DXDG. Do not install these fans in a panel which is more than 46mm thick.

If ceiling mounting the fan

You will need to use the appropriate ancillaries for termination. These items are available from Xpelair.

1.WT10 - Termination ducting kit.

2.CFWG100 - Soffit board termination grille (white or brown).

3.FD100 / 3 and FD100 / 6 - Flexible ducting.

Where to locate the fan

Locate it as high as possible.

At least 110mm from the edges of the mounting surface to the centre of the hole.

As far away as possible from and opposite to the main source of air replacement to ensure

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airflow across the room (e.g. opposite the internal doorway).

Near the source of steam or odours.

Not where ambient temperatures are likely to exceed 50˚C.

If installed in a kitchen fans must not be mounted immediately above a cooker hob, or eye level grill.

If installing in a room containing a fuel burning device which has a non-balanced flue, it is the installer's responsibility to ensure that there is enough replacement air to prevent fumes being drawn down the flue when the fan is operating up to maximum extract.

Refer to Building Regulations for specific requirements.

Exhaust air must not be discharged into a flue used for exhausting of fumes from appliances supplied with energy other than electric. Requirements of all authorities concerned must be observed for exhaust air discharge and intake flow rates.

When intended for use in possible chemical corrosive atmospheres, consult out Technical Service Department. (For overseas markets contact your local Xpelair distributor).

DX100PIR Only - Siting must ensure detection of movement. Care should be taken to avoid obstruction that may affect detection beams A .

Installing the isolating switch and cables

1.Check that the electrical rating shown inside the back plate matches your mains supply.

2.Check there are no buried pipes or cables e.g. electricity, gas, water behind the switch location (in the wall or above the ceiling). If in doubt, seek professional advise.

3.Isolate the mains supply.

4.Lay in the cable from the isolating switch to the fan location via the on/off switch

(if required).

5.Lay in the cable from the isolating switch to the point of connection to the mains supply.

6.Install the isolating switch and on/off switch (if required).

7.Make all connections within the isolating switch and the on/off switch (if required).

Note: on/off switch must be situated so that it cannot be touched by persons making use of the bath or shower.

WARNING : DO NOT MAKE ANY CONNECTIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY AT THIS STAGE.

For Australia only (DX100, DX100PC. DX100HP & DX100PIR)

Connection to the supply can be made by a

flexible 2-core cable complete with 3 pin plug for insertion into an approved 10 amp GPO or directly wired through an approved 10A wallmounted surface switch with at least 3mm clearance between contacts.

For Australia only (DX100T, DX100H & DX100VTD)

These models are permanently connected to the supply and operation is controlled by a remote switch. They should be directly wired to the supply through an approved 10amp wall mounted surface switch with at least 3mm clearance between contacts.

WARNING : CHILDREN SHOULD NOT PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE AND ENSURE THAT YOUNG CHILDREN AND THE INFIRM ARE SUPERVISED

Preparing the hole

If working above ground floor level, appropriate safety precautions must be observed.

WARNING: EYE PROTECTION MUST BE WORN DURING ALL DRILLING AND CHISELLING OPERATIONS.

If installing in a wall

1.Check there are no buried pipes or cables in the wall or obstructions on the outside e.g. electricity, gas, water.

If in doubt, seek professional advise.

2.Mark on the wall the centre of the duct hole.

3.Use this centre to mark a circle to suit the wall duct (115mm diameter).

If core drill equipment is available:

4a.Use as directed by core drill manufacturer.

If core drill equipment is not available:

4b. Drill a centre hole right through the wall.

5.Cut the hole. Do not cut right through the wall. (The recommended method is to drill a series of holes, close together, around the

edge of the cutting line and remove the brick between the holes with a chisel).

6.Go outside and cut a hole in the outer wall, repeating the process described above.

7.Cut ducting to the correct length if required. The wall tube supplied is telescopic and can extend to 300mm maximum.

8.Fit the ducting. Ensure that the duct slopes down away from the fan to allow drainage of any incoming rain water to the outside.

9.Make good the hole. Allow the mortar to set before continuing the fan installation.

If installing in a window or panel

1.Cut a hole, 125mm in diameter or if installing in a window, obtain a ready cut pane.

2.The centre of the hole should be at least 110mm away from the edge of the panel or pane of glass.

If installing in a ventilation shaft

1.Check there are no buried pipes or cables in the ventilation shaft.

If in doubt, seek professional advise.

2.Cut a hole 110mm in diameter, in the side of the shaft.

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Xpelair Toilet/Bathroom Fans DX100, DX100PC, DX100T, DX100H, DX100HP DX100PIR & DX100VTD installation & operating instructions

Please leave this leaflet with the fan for the benefit of the user

3.If the shaft has cavity wall, use the wall tube to bridge the cavity.

4.Fit ducting and condensation trap if necessary, positioning condensation trap as near to the fan as possible.

If installing in a ceiling

1.Check there are no buried pipes or cables in the ceiling/joists etc.

If in doubt, seek professional advise.

2.Cut a hole 115mm diameter.

Preparing the fan for installation

Remove the front cover by pressing the release catches located on the sides of the unit with a 3mm screwdriver, whilst pulling the front cover

forward L

Mount the fan in the hole

If working above ground floor level, appropriate safety precautions must be observed.

If installing in a wall, ceiling or vent

Mark the position of the back plate B

1.Hold the backplate so that the terminal block faces you in the top left hand corner and the lip points towards the hole.

2.Carefully insert the lip into the wall duct/ceiling or vent shaft.

3.Adjust the position of the back plate until it is level.

4.Mark on the wall/ceiling or vent shaft the positions of the three fixing holes in the back plate.

5.Remove the back plate from the ducting.

6.Drill screw holes in these positions if necessary, and fit wall plugs if necessary.

Mount the back plate C

1.Push the ribbed gasket (RG100) onto the lip of the back plate 1

2.If installing in a ceiling or vent, push the larger diameter piece of the telescopic wall tube onto the ribbed gasket. Cut the tube to the required length first, if necessary.

3.If wiring the fan from behind, remove knockout. Feed the mains cable through the cable entry hole in the back plate to the terminals D.

4.If wiring from above, leave the cable free to be fitted into labyrinth.

5.Insert the lip of the back plate into the wall duct/ceiling or vent shaft as before.

6.Fasten the back plate to the wall/ceiling or vent shaft using appropriate fasteners. If using screws, do not overtighten the screws.

Mount the back draught shutter

1.Peel the backing from the foam strip supplied and attach it around the outside of the lip on the back draught shutter.

2.Go outside. Holding open the top and bottom vanes, insert the lip into the wall duct.

3.Making sure that the back draught shutter is level, mark the positions of the two fixing holes in the top right hand and bottom left hand corners.

4.Remove the back draught from the wall duct.

5.Drill screw holes in these positions, and fit the remaining wall plugs.

6.Holding open the top and bottom vanes, refit the back draught shutter and fasten it to the wall using the pointed and self-tapping screws. Do not over tighten screws.

7.Make sure that the vanes open and shut freely.

If installing in window or panel

Sealing the hole E

1.If installing in a window or panel no more than 9mm thick, fit the white rubber gasket around the edge of the hole. If installing in a panel or sealed double glazing more than 9mm thick, a DXDG double glazing kit is required. Follow the instructions supplied with the special kit.

Attach the back draught shutter to the spacer F

1.Holding the top and bottom vanes, insert the back draught shutter 2 into the spacer 3 so that the fixing holes in the top right and bottom left hand corners match those on the spacer.

2.Insert two of the flat ended self-tapping screws provided and fasten the back draught shutter to the spacer.

Mount the fan in the window G

1.Someone else must hold the back draught shutter and spacer in position outside, with the spacer against the glass.

2.Make sure that the two raised fixing holes in the spacer are horizontal and are positioned within the hole.

3.From inside, hold the back plate so that the terminal block faces you in the top left hand corner and the lip points towards that hole.

4.Align the holes in the back plate with those in the spacer.

5.Insert two of the flat ended self-tapping screws provided in the fixing holes, and fasten the back plate to the spacer. Do not overtighten the screws.

Wire the electrical connections

Make sure the mains supply is isolated,

1.Wire the fan as shown in H check the fan model to diagram, feeding the cable between the two raised pegs, if wiring from above, and through labyrinth to terminal block.

2.Switch off the mains electrical supply and remove fuses

3.Connect the cable from the isolating switch to the electrical supply wiring.

For fixed wiring circuits the protective

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fuse for the appliance must not exceed 5A.

DX100T only I

To adjust the over-run period turn the control

(T) clockwise to increase and anti-clockwise to decrease.

DX100H & DX100HP only J

Humidity operation is factory set at approx. 70% Relative Humidity (RH), but can be adjusted between 50% and 90% RH by control(H).

Time delay is factory set at approx. 20 mins, but can be adjusted by control (T).

Both controls are adjustable. Turn the controls clockwise to increase time or RH, and anticlockwise to decrease.

DX100PIR only K

Adjust the overrun period with control (T). Turn screwdriver clockwise to increase and anti-clockwise to decrease.

All fans

If wiring from above cut out the cable entry slot marked on top of the front cover.

Fit the front cover by aligning it square to the duct and pushing it onto the duct until the release catches snap into the slots on the front cover.

Using the fan

DX100 & DX100VTD only

Operate the fan using the on/off switch. Repeat to switch off.

DX100PC only

Operate the fan by pulling and releasing the cord. Repeat to switch off.

DX100T only

Operate the fan using the on/off switch. When the switch is turned off, the fan continues to operate for the adjustable time delay.

DX100H only

Manual mode: use the on/off switch. When you switch off, the fan goes into automatic mode after the time delay (light indicates when fan is operating in manual mode).

Automatic mode: fan operates when relative humidity rises and turns off again when humidity drops.

DX100PIR only

The sensor detects movement in the room and activates the fan. When movement is sensed, the fan will run for a pre-set overrun period and any further movement sensed will re-start the sequence. This ensures that the room is only ventilated during and immediately after use. When the fan is first installed there will be a stabilising period of approximately five minutes. During this time the fan will run for up to two minutes.

Cleaning (recommended once a month)

A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN MUST CARRY OUT ALL CLEANING.

1.Before cleaning, isolate the fan completely from the mains supply.

2.Remove the front cover by pressing the release catches located on the sides at the unit with a 3mm screwdriver, whilst pulling the front cover forward L

3.To clean the front cover, either wipe it with a damp, lint free cloth or wash it in warm soapy water. Thoroughly dry the front cover and refit.

4.Do not immerse the fan in water or other liquids to clean any other parts of the fan.

5.Never use strong solvents to clean the fan.

6.Apart from cleaning, no other maintenance is required.

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Notes

DX100,

DX100PC, DX100T, DX100H, DX100HP, DX100PIR & DX100VTD

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Do's and dont's

Do read all the instruction leaflet before commencing installation.

Do install each fan with a double pole isolating switch with a contact gap of 3mm in each pole.

Do make sure the mains supply is switched off before attempting to make electrical connections or carry out any maintenance or cleaning

Don't install this fan in any window/panel which is less than 4mm thick.

Guarantee

Customers outside UK - see international below.

UK: The fan is guaranteed against defects for 3 years from the date of purchase.

Please keep your purchase receipt.

If you have any problems, contact Xpelair's Head Office at the address shown below.

Technical advice and service

Customers outside UK - see international below.

UK: Xpelair have a comprehensive range of services including:

Free technical advice help-desk from Engineers on all aspects of ventilation.

Free design service, quotations and site surveys.

Service and maintenance contracts to suit all requirements.

Please ask for details:

By telephone on Techline:

+44 (0) 8709 000430

By fax on Techfax:

+44 (0) 8709 000530

At the address below

 

Head Office, UK Sales Office and Spares

Applied Energy Products Ltd, Morley Way, Peterborough, PE2 9JJ England

Telephone:

+44 (0) 1733 456789

Fax:

+44 (0) 1733 310606

Sales/Spares Hotline:

+44 (0) 8709 000420

Sales/Spares Faxline:

+44 (0) 8709 000520

http:\\www.xpelair.co.uk

 

International

Guarantee: Contact your local distributor or Xpelair direct for details.

Technical Advice and Service: Contact your local Xpelair distributor.

Part No. 567202501

(Revision C)