THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
1. Labor or other costs incurred for diagnosing, repairing, removing, installing, shipping, servicing, or handling of either failed parts, or replacement parts, or new units.
2. Any product not installed pursuant to the regional efficiency standards issued by the Department of Energy.
3. Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or owner's manual including coil cleaning, filter cleaning and/or replacement, and lubrication.
4. Damage or repairs required as a consequence of improper shipping or handling, faulty installation, misapplication, abuse, improper servicing, unauthorized alteration, and/or improper operation.
5. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers or the inadequacy, unavailability, or interruption of electrical, Internet service provider, or mobile device carrier service or your home network.
6. Failure or damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments (except for coastal rated units in coastal environments), rust and wear, or other conditions beyond the control of ICP.
7. Parts not supplied or designated by ICP, or damages resulting from their use.
8. Electricity or fuel costs or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever including additional or unusual use of supplemental electric heat.
9. Any special, indirect, or consequential property or commercial damage of any nature whatsoever. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
10. Refrigerant or any costs related thereto.
11. Any product purchased on the internet. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or province to province. In the
How to mount and install the iWave-R to improve Indoor Air Quality, this product is used to treat the air in any brand of residential duct air conditioning systems up to 6 tons (2400 CFM) in size with no maintenance and no replacement parts. We recommend this product as a better alternative to a UV light as it has no replacement parts that are needed. It can be wired from 24 Volts to 260 Volts. It has a plasma output of approximately 160,000 ions per second. The unit is mounted with a 3" cut through which is positioned to the center of the blower wheel. It is important to understand how this product works and is wired in, we recommend this installation be done by an HVAC professional.
Compressor failure caused by a bad condenser fan motor, in this case the compressor was replaced and during a return service call the condenser fan motor was not kicking on causing the unit to go into thermal overload. Some of the symptoms include a buzzing sound, high head pressure, compressor overheating, causing the compressor to possibly burn out. Its important to spend time properly diagnosing the condenser fan motor and capacitors, a weak capacitor can cause damage and failures to the equipment. It is important to always check wiring on a compressor, this can be done by checking the schematics usually found on the condenser panel, this can avoid shorting the compressor or other components, always remember to check both high and low voltage.
This video shows how to tell the age and size of your Trane Air Handler. It also shows you what type of refrigerant the unit uses if it is R-22 or R-410A. Usually the size of the equipment is measured by increments of 12,000 btu's per ton. Usually there is a date of manufacture, voltages and refrigerant type.
This video shows how to tell the age and size of your Tempstar condenser. It also shows you what type of refrigerant the unit uses if it is R-22 or R-410A. Usually the size of the equipment is measured by increments of 12,000 btu's per ton. It also explains what breaker size is required and what is the required horsepower and RPM's of the condenser fan motor.
iWave-F is a flexible ion-generating bar that can treat IAQ in nearly any HVAC application. The air purifier provides the highest level of ionization energy in the most compact size available in the market. The highly versatile iWave-F is low maintenance with no replacement parts. As the air flows past the iWave-F, the device emits positive and negative ions, creating a plasma region that purifies the air, killing mold, bacteria and viruses in the coil and living space. The ionization process also reduces allergens, smoke and static electricity, as well as controlling odors (cooking, pet, VOCs) and other particles (no more sunbeams) in the air without creating ozone or any harmful byproducts.
iWave-F’s revolutionary circuit bar with special integrated ion-generating needles fits any HVAC cooling coil up to 48" wide. The circuit bar is chemical resistant and highly durable for long service life. Plus, it can be folded to length in the field to any size and uses engineered double-sided adhesive for the flexible bar and power pack for easy installation. It is perfect for ductless HVAC systems – specifically mini-splits, commercial VRF coils, PTAC systems – plus residential and commercial duct systems, packaged systems, transport cooling coils or even in ice machines. iWave-F can also be used to reduce outside air for commercial applications per ASHRAE 62.1 IAQP. The iWave-F is the most versatile and novel product on the market to address air quality for any HVAC system, in particular to solve mold issues common in hard-to-clean ductless systems.
1. Disconnect air handler power before installing.
2. Mount unit to fan inlet, internal wall duct or external duct.
3. Connect only 24 VAC nominal power. A dedicated power supply may be necessary.
4. Unit may be powered 24/7 or may be interlocked with fan – unit only purifies when air is flowing. 5. Red wire goes to 24 VAC; black wire goes to neutral or ground.
6. Green LED will illuminate when powered and there are no faults.
7. Do not touch carbon fiber brushes while powered!
8. NOTE: Make sure air flows across both brushes at the same time, like a football through a field goal post.
9. CRITICAL: Ensure all 24 VAC wiring stays away from carbon fiber brushes and is per NEC/local codes. Secure wires if necessary with wire/tape so they never move and touch brushes.
10. CRITICAL: Make sure the carbon fiber brushes are at least 2 inches away from anything metal and other wiring!
11. The best location to mount the device is after the particle filter and before the cooling coil. This ensures pathogens, mold and odors are controlled throughout the entire depth of the coil.
12. Leaving the fan in the “on” position will provide the best air purification results.
13. Unit has a 250 VAC/1A in-line fuse. If 24 VAC is confirmed and LED is off, then check the fuse.