Working modes

The humidifier has different modes of use for you to make the most of.

We explain each of them below.

Auto mode

In this mode the humidifier determines the optimum humidity for the room taking into account the current humidity and temperatures, and starts operating at maximum power.

When the current humidity is below the target humidity for each temperature, it will work at full power, once it has reached the correct humidity, it will work at minimum power to maintain this humidity level, checking the correlation between temperature and humidity every minute.

Room temperature (°C)

≤19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

≥37

Appropriate relative humidity (%)

65

60

58

57

55

53

50

48

45

43

40

38

36

35

34

32

31

30

25

 

Manual mode

In this mode you can manually select the mist level without the device taking into account the current humidity or temperature.

Thus, you can select levels from 1 to 7 as best suits you thanks to the level selector.mceclip0.png.

 

Night mode

When you select the night mode, the following icon mceclip0.png will be shown  on the display and all lights will dim, ambient light will turn off when this mode is selected if it is on.

It supports other modes such as heat mode, UV light, plasma ioniser or timer.

After the supported modes are selected, if no action is taken for 15 seconds, only the following icons will remain lit mceclip1.png and mceclip2.png blinking.

The rest of the icons will turn off.

By touching any button the humidifier will exit standby mode.

 

Health mode

By selecting this mode, the heat mode mceclip3.png and the UV light mceclip4.png  will start. The  health mode icon mceclip5.pngwill also light up in the display.

The humidifier will start working at full power to reach 60% ambient humidity.

As in auto mode, it will run at full power when below 60% and when reaching the target humidity it will drop to the minimum power to maintain this environment, checking the humidity every minute.

 

Child mode

In this mode the heat mode icono_calor.png , the UV light icono_uv.png and plasma ioniser icono_plasma.png will be activated, with these child mode icons being shown in addition icono_bebe.png on the display.

The humidifier will start working at full power to reach 55% ambient humidity.

It will run at full power when below 55% and when reaching the target humidity it will drop to the minimum power to maintain this environment, checking the humidity every minute.

 

Heat mode

This mode allows you to have a hot mist thanks to the resistance found at the base of the humidifier, below the tank.

Press the boton_calor.jpg button of the control panel and the icono_calor.png icon will be shown on the display. The vapour will need about 10-15 minutes to heat up.

 

Continuous humidity

When the humidifier operates in this mode, it will work to obtain a constant humidity , the one you have selected.

Select the mode by pressing the  buttonboton_humedad.png on the control panel, the icono_mano.png icon will turn on and you will have to select the humidity you want to achieve.

Each time you press the button, the target humidity will increase by 5%; the last selectable humidity will be 95%, if you press again you will select a constant humidity (Co on the display). The selected setting will be displayed on the display for 3 seconds, if you don't touch any button it will be saved.

When this mode is selected, the mist level will adjust itself, meaning you will not be able to select it manually.

If the selected humidity is between 1% and 10% above the current humidity , the humidifier will work at level 1.

If it is between 10% and 15% above the current humidity, it will work at level 4, and if it is above 15% it will work at level 7.

If the selected humidity is below the current humidity, the humidifier will stop operating until the current humidity drops below the desired humidity.

To exit this mode, press the button for 3 seconds and it will return to the automatic mode.

 

 

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