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****** Page 1 ****** 75U95U115L Portable Dual Zone Fridge/Freezer GH-2040/GH-2042/GH-2044 User Manual
****** Page 2 ****** FEATURES • Dual Zone – Fridge / Freezer operation. • Optional removable 15.6AH or 7.8AH battery • Solar charging interface • Detachable lids – pivot point reversible • DC power connections • Powered by AC using the AC to DC power adapter • High-efficiency DC compressor and conversion module • Dual mode operation (Max & Economy) • Digital temperature display with adjustable control • 3 Year Warranty • 3-stage low voltage battery protection • With USB port to charge USB devices • APP control Via Bluetooth BOX CONTENTS 1 x Portable Dual Zone Fridge / Freezer 1 x Mains to DC Power Adapter 1 x 12 / 24V Car Cigarette Power Lead SPECIFICATIONS Input Voltage: Average Power Consumption: Power Consumption: Rated Current for AC(Adaptor): Rated Current for DC: Temperature Range: 12 / 24V DC, (To power from mains use the included 240VAC to 12V DC power adapter) 80W 0.3kw.h/24hr 1.5A – 0.7A 6.0A (12/) / 3.0A (24V) -200C to + 200C (with ambient temperature at 250C)
****** Page 3 ****** Refrigerant: Insulation: R 134a 100% CFC & HFC free PU Foam insulation SAFETY • The installation of DC power sources in a boat must be handled by a qualified electrician • Make sure to connect power to the suitable voltage socket • No electrical devices are to be used inside the product • The product can be powered on only after being unpacked and put on a flat level surface for over 6 hours • Fridge operating angle:- The fridge can be operated indefinitely at up to 5 degrees, and can be operated at between 6 and 45 degrees for up to 30mins. • Product must be well ventilated. Ensure there is a minimum of 200mm clearance at the back, and 100mm around the sides • The product should be in a well-ventilated space, away from heat sources. Try to avoid direct exposure to sunlight • Keep product stable • When there is water inside the tank, do not turn the product upside down to empty. Dry the water, do not soak in water • Do not put metal in the air inlet vent, outlet vent, or gap • Do not connect with power except 12/24VDC, or the 240VAC to 12VDC power adapter (included) • Do not soak the product in water or wash with water • The product should not be repaired. If there is any issues please consult the place of purchase • Turn off the product before cleaning to avoid electric shocks or other issues • Keep product away from wet or humid places
****** Page 4 ****** DIMENSIONS 351.4 325.6 136. GH-2040 GH-2042 GH-2044
****** Page 5 ****** OPERATION • How to Turn on the Fridge 1 . Connect to power 2. PressOto switch ON, long press C) for three seconds to switch OFF. 3. The internal temperature will display and the compressor will start 4. SET: Press button Oto enter different modes, ECO (Energy Saving Mode), and MAX (Fast Cooling Mode). Factory setting is Max 5. When the power is on and the dual temperature zone is set to valid, press the “+” or button to enter the left zone temperature setting, and then press the O button to switch the left or right box temperature setting. to adjust the temperature. Press “+” or ” 6. In the power on state, long press the buttons “+” button andO for 3 seconds to turn the left zone on or off, note: the setting temperature of the left compartment must not be lower than that of the right compartment and the right compartment cannot be turned off separately. Temperature of the big zone Temperature of the small zone ECO MAX HML
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****** Page 7 ****** POWER SUPPLY AND CHARGING • Power Supply: The refrigeratorcan be powered by 12V/24V DC power • 100-240VAC (adapter included) Optional removable Lithium battery if there is no connection of DC / AC power. DC / AC power will run the refrigerator, and charge the optional removable battery simultaneously. • Battery Charging: connect the fridge to DC/AC/Solar, and place the battery into the fridge battery case, the battery will be charged automatically. But the power supply will mainly power the compressor when the refrigerator is running, which will cause the battery to charge slowly. If you want to charge the battery If you want to charge the battery quickly, please turn off the refrigerator. Or you can take out the battery from the fridge case and charge it by the optional battery charger from wall power. Notice: the battery must be removed from the appliance before it scrapped; The fridge must be disconnected from the supply mains when removing the battery; the battery needs to be disposed safely. c:zzl Optional Removable Battery AC to DC adapter (included) DC cable (included) with AC to DC adapter lillili II Solar Panel (Optional) Car cigarette lighter with DC cable Battery Charger for wall power (Optional)
****** Page 8 ****** Optional Removable Battery Information: Charging Limited Battery Model Capacity Rated Voltage Voltage 12.6V 12.6V Max Charging Current GH-2052 7.8AH GH-2054 15.6AH 11.1V ll.v Battery Level Indicator 100% 75% 50% 25% Power Indicator Power Switch Warning: please do not open or disassemble the battery. Battery Charger (optional)
****** Page 9 ****** Solar panel charge connection: Solar charging SOLAR Insert the solar charge cable into the refrigerator’s Solar charge interface e Max Solar input Voltage: 50V Max Solar input Current: IOA • Checking Charge Status: When the refrigerator is powered ON and DC / AC power is connected, the battery icon on display screen will flash to show charging. To charge the fridge / freezer battery without running the compressor, simply connect the adapters without powering “ON ” the fridge. To view charging status please press and hold button O for 3 seconds. The fridge’s battery status and voltage will be displayed. When the voltage reaches 12.6V and the battery icon stops flashing, the unit has been fully charged and wiring should be disconnected to prevent internal component from damage.
****** Page 10 ****** A Warning: Do not charge fridge / freezer with DC12V and Solar Panel at the same time! The fridge could be seriously damaged and pose a potential hazard to you. • AC Charging Management If the fridge has not been used for a long time, the battery may be discharged, and the fridge will not power on. Please use the AC adapter to charge the fridge battery and run the fridge. After the fridge battery has charged up to 30%, you can switch to other methods for charging. ‘ Car Cigarette Lighter Charging Management The product has a three-level battery protection function, which not only guarantees the normal operation of the product, but also protect the battery of the vehicle. When in the power-on state, long press SET button for 3 seconds and the display screen flashes H, select low voltage production L(ow), M(edium), and H(igh) by clicking button . The factory default is set to H(igh) protection. H should be set when the product is connected to car power, and M or L should be set when it is connected to a portable battery or other back-up battery. Because of the different output voltages between vehicles, the battery protection level can be set from H to M or from M to L if there is a voltage protection code Fl shown on the panel. The battery protection level should be set to H if the product will keep working after turning off the car engine, or the product may drain the battery.
****** Page 11 ****** ‘ Solar Charging Management To make sure your fridge is being charged by a solar panel, please turn the fridge on first. The battery icon will flash on the display screen to show the charging status. The fridge can be turned off while it is being charged. Press and hold button for over 3 seconds to check the battery status and volatage. An extension cable may be required to keep the fridge in a cool place (to avoid overheating) while the solar panel is in the sun. Input power for charging should be higher than the refrigerator power draw (about 40-45w), otherwise the optional battery will not charge at the same time. To ensure that solar charging power is higher than refrigerator working power, a 100-Watt solar panel is advised.
****** Page 12 ****** BATTERY USAGE • Optional Removable Battery: The lithium battery is back up power to keep the refrigerator working for short periods while off grid. • Notice: When not using the battery power or fridge for a long time, please turn off the battery output. (Hold setting button for 3 Sec). • Maintain Battery Charge: 1. Home / Hotel: Use AC adapter to charge unit from AC outlet. 2. Car / Boat: Use DC port to power the fridge and charge the battery. 3. Outdoor: Charge the battery with a solar panel (optional). Portable 12V power system / solar with / or petrol generator would be good companion. • Extended battery usage: 1 . Cool down the fridge before your journey: It is always suggested to charge fridge battery and cool the fridge down in advance with the mains to DC adapter from the wall outlet the day before the trip. To prepare for off-grid fridge usage, place food and beverages inside fridge for cooling the day before. This will not only keep the optional battery more durable, but also save energy for outdoor activities once on battery mode. 2. Disconnecting the Battery: The battery can be removed or disconnected with the side button. This prevents the battery from discharging. The product will work from the AC adapter or car outlet without the optional battery installed. Note: Please charge fully the optional battery before it is put into storage 1 month or more.
****** Page 13 ****** FOOD STORAGE e Freezer (-40 F —320 1 . Meat should be cut and packed properly when placed in the fridge. 2. Do not put the fresh food and frozen food together. 3. Do not store glass containers or other containers which seal in liquid in the freezer, to avoid explosion. Refrigerator (320 F-500 1 . Egg, butter, milk and bottle drinks can be stored. 2. All food should be packed appropriately before being stored in the fridge. 3. Place food in refrigerator after it gets cool in order to save energy.
****** Page 14 ****** SMART CONTROL FRIDGE APP APPLICATION INSTRUCTION Downloading the “BRASS MONKEY FRIDGE” Application • Using a pre-installed QR reader on your handheld smart device scan the QR code in the manual or on the carton, or search for the “BRASS MONKEY FRIDGE” APP in the iTunes App Store (for Apple devices) or Google store (Android Devices). • Start the application and select the “Search” function. • The application will prompt you to pair the fridge by pressing the set button on the fridge’s control panel. Once set button has been activated, the fridge will be paired with your smart device and the application will switch to a control panel allowing you to control the fridge’s functions. Back Bluetooth Temperature Display OC/OF settings Temperature Setting SüSS MONKEif 25 ‘C IYSV •-13-12-11 -10 -9-8 -7 PowerON/OFF Advanced settings Energy saving mode Fast cooling mode Battery protection settings Please scan the QR code to download APP QR Code for Apple Devices QR Code for Android Devices
****** Page 15 ****** CLEANING & MAINTENANCE 1. Do not wash the product with water or soak. 2. Please disconnect from power before cleaning the product to avoid electrical shock. 3. Drain the product simply by removing the plug at the bottom. 4. Clean it with a soft wet cloth. If you will not use the product for a long period of time, ensure you: 1 . Turn it off and disconnect from power. 2. Remove everything from inside (food, drinks, etc) 3. Drain any remaining water by removing the drain plug, then wipe all internal surfaces with a soft cloth to ensure that they are clean and dry. 4. Keep it stored away from wet or humid places. TROUBLE SHOOTING • The product is not working: If using the 240V AC to 12V DC adapter check the power supply is working If using the DC cable please ensure the cable still works. -L Check the power supply is working – Check if the plug and socket are connected -j Check the fuse – Check power switch on control panel is on -L Compressor starts delay protection for 3 minutes after turning on • Food inside the product is frozen: – Temperature is set too low • Water flowing sound inside the tank: – Refrigerant is flowing, this is normal
****** Page 16 ****** • Water drops around the case or door gap: – When moisture in the air meets the lower temperature case, it will naturally become liquefied and condensed. Wipe away with a towel or soft cloth • Code Fl displayed: – Low voltage protection, which can be solved by setting the battery protection button from H to M or from M to L • Code F2 displayed: – Fan overload protection. Please turn off the product and restart it after 30 minutes. If the code displays again, please contact the place of purchase • Code F3 displayed: – Compressor frequent start protection. Please turn off the product and restart it after 30 minutes. If the code displays again, please contact the place of purchase • Code F4 displayed: – Compressor is overloaded or working at a low speed. Please turn off the product and restart it after 30 minutes. If the code displays again, please contact the place of purchase • Code F5 displayed: – High temperature compressor module protection. Please move the product to a ventilated area and turn it off for 30 minutes then restart it. If the code displays again, please contact the place of purchase • Code F6 displayed: – No parameter can be detected by the controller. Please restart the product. If the code displays again, please contact the place of purchase • Code F7 / F8 displayed: – Temperature sensor error protection. Please check the sensor terminal The warranty for this product is 3 years from date of purchase. During the warranty period the following are excluded from coverage: • Intentional damage • Damage by fire, flood, etc • Damage or malfunction caused by incorrect usage and not following this user manual • Damage or malfunction caused by disassembling Distributed by: TechBrands by Electus Distribution Pty. Ltd. 320 Victoria Rd, Rydalmere, NSW 2116, Australia Ph: 1300 738 555 Int’l: +61 2 8832 3200 techbrands.com Made in China Fax: 1300 738 500
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