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PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER

In the event of a power outage, the device will automatically restart to its original state once power is restored.

The highest temperature that can be set is 30°C (86°F), and the lowest temperature that can be set is 16°C (60°F).

The screen displays the room temperature.

No, the air conditioner uses R32 refrigerant.

Please refer to the User Manual for instructions on how to store your portable air conditioner unit.

1. Drain the water completely. See "Draining the Air Conditioner“ in User Manual.

2. Run the air conditioner set to Fan Only for approximately 12 hours to dry the air conditioner.

3. Unplug the air conditioner.

4. Remove the flexible exhaust hose and store with the air conditioner in a clean, dry area. See "Installation Instructions".

5. Remove the window kit and store with the air conditioner in a clean, dry area. See "Installation Instructions".

6. Remove the filter and clean. See "Cleaning the Air Filter".

7. Clean the outside of the air conditioner. See "Cleaning the Outside".

8. Reinstall the filter.

9. Remove the batteries and store the remote control with the air conditioner upright in a clean, dry area. 

Check the filter every 2 weeks to see if it needs cleaning.

Note: Do not operate the air conditioner without a filter in place.

1. Turn off the air conditioner.

2. Open the upper and lower back panels. Grasp the centre of the filter and pull it up and out.

3. Clean the air filter with a vacuum cleaner. If the air filter is very dirty, clean it in warm water with a mild detergent. Do not clean the air filter or use any chemical cleaner in the dishwasher. Thoroughly air dry the filter before replacement to ensure maximum efficiency.

4. Install the air filter back into the air conditioner and close the upper and lower back panels.

SACC stands for Seasonal Adjusted Cooling Capacity and is the standard for portable air conditioners. It is a rating in BTU/hour that represents the weighted average performance of a portable AC in a number of test conditions, some of which may be more extreme than the average use case, which is then adjusted to account for the effect of infiltration air and duct heat transfer.

Previously, portable ACs were rated similarly to other styles of air conditioners using the ASHRAE standard. As there is a difference between stationary and portable units, SACC was introduced to better reflect the energy efficiency of each model. While the SACC BTUs are lower than the previous ASHRAE BTUs, the models remain unchanged.

1. Fan: Only the fan runs without cooling. The fan speed can be adjusted from low, medium and high.

2. Dry: Dries the room to reduce the humidity. The AC automatically selects the temperature and low fan speed.

3. Cool: Cools to reduce the room temperature. The fan speed can be adjusted from low, medium or high.

It is entirely normal for your air conditioning unit to produce a little bit of water during routine functioning. This water is stored in the portable AC’s water tank. If you notice water dripping out of your portable AC, please ensure that the drain plugs are properly sealed/plugged.

1.  Initial Setup

When the device is first plugged in, the display will show “77” indicating that the unit is in pairing mode (if it is not displaying “77”, please go to step 5). In order to pair the device, please enable and give permission for Locations Services and Bluetooth on your mobile device. In the NOMA iQ app, select the “+” symbol in the top right hand corner. Select the device and follow the instructions within the app.

2.  Pre-Connected Network

If any pre-connected WiFi network is found, the device will connect automatically and the device status in the NOMA qi app will be updated.

3.  No Pre-Connected Network

If no pre-connected WiFi network is found, make sure the device is in pairing mode (see step 5). Once connected, the device status in the NOMA iQ app will be updated.

4.  No Network Found

If no WiFi network is found after 5 minutes during the pairing process, the WiFi function will automatically turn off and the display will show the room temperature. The unit can still be used with the control panel or remote control.

5.  Reset WiFi Connection/Pairing Mode

To reset your WiFi connection or to set the device to pairing mode, press the "SWING" button on the remote control 6 times (each press will yield a beep). Wait 2 seconds for the display on the control panel to show "77" indicating that the device is in pairing mode. In order to pair the device, please enable and give permission for Locations Services and Bluetooth on your mobile device. In the NOMA iQ app, select the “+” symbol in the top right hand corner. Select the device and follow the instructions within the app.

6.  No Cloud Connection

If the Cloud is down or WiFi signal drops, the device cannot connect to the cloud; the device status in the NOMA iQ app will show as offline.

7.  Power Cycle or Outage

Once a connection has already been established, in the event of a power outage, the unit will restart once power is restored. If the unit is unplugged, plug the device back in and the device will connect to the pre-connected network. If the device has not been paired, upon power up it will go to Initial Setup (see Step 1).

NOTE: While the device is in pairing mode and the display shows “77”, the control panel display, buttons and LEDs will be inoperative for 5 minutes if unpaired. Please pair the device as mentioned in step 1, or if the device is to be used without smart control, please use the remote to control the device while ensuring it’s pointed at the receiver. After 5 minutes if unpaired, the display will show the room temperature and the device can be controlled by remote control or control panel.

*KEEP REMOTE IN A SECURE LOCATION AS IT’S REQUIRED FOR PAIRING.