Download manual or user guide for the product:
LIEBHERR LKUv 1610 - Fridge/ Refrigerator


On this page you can get: Fridge/ Refrigerator LIEBHERR LKUv 1610 manual - is available for free download. All information such as file size, preview picture, category manual, model and more, you can find below.

After downloading the file, save it in safe place for example in "My documents" or "Desktop" folder. Pdf file can be able to view any time also in "offline state" (without internet connection).
We hope, that this document of instructions for use will help you.
PDF Download manual now - for free Fridge/ Refrigerator LIEBHERR LKUv 1610
Click to preview
Fridge/ Refrigerator LIEBHERR LKUv 1610 Fridge/ Refrigerator LIEBHERR LKUv 1610

If this site help you save (or earn) some money.
Say thanks by making a small donation ;)



Donate via Bitcoin
Donate via Bitcoin

For each support THANK YOU very much!!!
Size of file: 3333 KB (format file is in: pdf)
Preview instructions for use
Operating instructions Refrigerator
Page 12
GB
7082 269-00
LKUv 16 910

========1========

Disposal notes
• Keep packaging materials away from children - polythene sheets and bags can cause suffocation!
• Please return the packaging to an official collection point. Your old appliance: This contains some reusable materials and should be disposed of properly - not simply with unsorted household refuse.
• Discarded appliances should be disabled: Remove the plug, cut through the connection cable and render the catch unusable so that children cannot become trapped inside.
• Ensure that the refrigerant circuit is not damaged when the appliance that is no longer needed is taken away for disposal.
• Details of the refrigerant can be found on the type plate. • Appliances which are no longer needed must be disposed of in a professional and appropriate way, in accordance with the current local regulations and laws.
Description of appliance and equipment
Operating and control elements
Type plate
Grid shelves
Opening for external tem- perature sensor.
Adjustable-height feet
Other features
- Audible and visual temperature alarm (adjustable limits). - Audible and visual door open alarm.
- Floating contact for connection to a remote monitoring system. - Serial interface (RS485) for external temperature and alarm documentation.
- Maximum/minimum interior temperature are stored.
- Last 3 temperature alarms are saved with time, date and duration of alarm.
- Last 3 power cuts are saved with time, date and duration of power cut.
- Opening for installing a reference sensor.
- Safety thermostat to avoid temperatures below +2°C.
It is essential to use these safety facilities to avoid damage to stored items. These facilities must not be deactivated or decommissioned!
12
Safety instructions and warnings
• To prevent injury or damage to the unit, the appliance should be unpacked and set up by two people.
• In the event that the appliance is damaged on delivery, contact the supplier immediately before connecting to the mains. • To guarantee safe operation, ensure that the appliance is set up and connected as described in these operating instructions. • Disconnect the appliance from the mains if any fault occurs. Pull out the plug, switch of or remove the fuse.
• When disconnecting the appliance, pull on the plug, not on the cable.
• Any repairs and work on the appliance should only be carried out by the customer service department, as unauthorised work could prove highly dangerous for the user. The same applies to changing the mains power cable.
• Do not stand on the plinth, drawers or doors or use them to sup- port anything else.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including chil- dren) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given initial supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• Avoid prolonged skin contact with cold surfaces or chilled/frozen food. This could cause pain, numbness and frostbite. In the case of prolonged skin contact, protective measures should be taken, e.g. gloves should be worn.
• Do not consume food which has been stored for too long, as it could cause food poisoning.
• If you have a lockable appliance, do not keep the key near the appliance or within reach of children.
• Do not allow naked fames or ignition sources to enter the appli- ance. When transporting and cleaning the appliance ensure that the refrigerant circuit is not damaged. In the event of damage, make sure that there are no ignition sources nearby and keep the room well ventilated.
• Do not use electrical appliances inside the appliance. • Do not connect the appliance to the supply with other equipment using an extension cable. This can cause the extension socket to overheat.
• Do not install the appliance in the immediate vicinity of an air-con- ditioning unit. The appliance should also not be operated under a wall-mounted air-conditioning unit.
• The appliance is not suitable for storing drugs pursuant to DIN 58345.
• The appliance is not suitable for storing blood bottles pursuant to DIN 58371.
• In special felds of application which are subject to their own standard, the user is responsible for complying with this standard. • The appliance is designed for use in enclosed areas. Do not operate the appliance outdoors or in areas where it is exposed to splash water or damp conditions.
• Special-purpose lamps (incandescent lamps, LEDs, fluorescent tubes) in the appliance serve to illuminate the appliance interior and are not suited for room illumination.

========2========

Range of appliance use
The appliance is suitable for storing and cooling of laboratory preparations at temperatures of between +3°C and +8°C. The appliance is not suitable for use in explosion-hazard areas. For the storage of valuable or temperature-sensitive substances or products the use of an independent, constantly monitoring alarm system is necessary.
This alarm system must be designed so that each alarm status is detected immediately by an authorised person who can then take appropriate action.
Position the temperature sensor for this system in the upper part of the interior container (see Opening for external temperature sensor).
Setting up
• Avoid positioning the appliance in direct sunlight or near cookers, radiators and similar sources of heat.
• The foor on which the appliance stands should be horizontal and level.Compensate for uneven foors with the adjustable feet. • Always ensure that there is good ventilation and that the outward fowing air is able to escape.
• Standard EN 378 specifes that the room in which you install your appliance must have a volume of 1 m3 per 8 g of R 600a refrigerant used in the appliance, so as to avoid the formation of infammable gas/air mixtures in the room where the appliance is located in the event of a leak in the refrigerant circuit. The quantity of refrigerant used in your appliance is indicated on the type plate on the inside of the appliance.
Climate rating
The appliance is set to operate within specifc ambient temperature limits according to its climate rating. These temperature limits should not be exceeded. The correct climate rating for your appliance is indicated on the type plate.
Climate rating Ambient temperature
SN +10°C to +32°C
N +16°C to +32°C
ST +16°C to +38°C
T +16°C to +43°C
Connecting to the mains
Power supply (AC) and voltage at the operating point must comply with the details on the type plate.
The socket must be fused with a 10 A fuse or higher, it must be away from the rear of the appliance and must be easily accessible. Connect the appliance with a properly earthed fused plug and socket only.
GB
Dimensions
Operating and control elements 1
2
ON/OFF button ( to switch the appliance on and of) 3
Temperature setting buttons
4
Set button ( Enter)
5
Audible warning on/of button
6
Button for calling up stored alarm events
Temperature display
Control elements
Compressor is running
LED fashing - refrigeration unit switches on after a delay. The compressor will start automatically after the pressure in the refrigerant circuit has equalised.
Fan is running (refrigerator compartment)
Appliance is defrosting (refrigerator compartment)
AUX Temperature display via product sensor is activated
Alarm function
If appears in the display, the appliance has a fault. Consult your nearest customer service point.
HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point)
The HACCP display means that the power supply and
interior temperature of the appliance are recorded.
If HACCP fashes in the display, there has either been a
power failure or the temperature in the appliance exceeded
the permissible range.
13

========3========

Switching the appliance on and of Connect the appliance to the mains - the display reads OFF.
To switch the appliance on: Keep the ON/OFF button pressed for approx. 5 seconds - the display reads ON.
No alarm is displayed or sounded when the appliance is switched on for the frst time.
When it is switched on a second time the appliance is in a status that is the equivalent of an alarm status (power failure, interior temperature too high).
The HACCP LED at the bottom right of the display fashes.
Press button
.
Press
+
for 5 seconds. The display will read
.
The HACCP LED will now light up permanently.
Press for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.
To switch the appliance of: Keep the ON/OFF button for approx. 5 seconds - the display reads OFF.
pressed
Setting the temperature
• Press button
for 1 second. The temperature display fashes.
• To increase the temperature (warmer): press button
.
• To reduce the temperature (colder): press button
.
• Press button
again.
The desired temperature setting is saved.
14
Calling up the temperature history
The maximum and minimum interior temperatures are stored electronically. These temperatures can be called up.
To call up the temperature:
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
Period in hours in which the interior tem- peratures were measured. In this example it was 3 hours.
Display =
Display =
Display =
Maximum (warmest) temperature measured during these 3 hours.
Display =
Display =
Display =
Lowest temperature measured during
these 3 hours.
To set the observation period back to zero, proceed as follows.
Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
.
Press for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.

========4========

GB
Adjusting the alarm parameters
The alarm limits (diference to the set temperature) and the alarm delay (delay until alarm goes of) can be adjusted.
Audible warning signal
The audible warning signal will sound in certain alarm events. It can be cancelled by pressing button .
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
Display =
Display =
Alarm messages 1. LED fashes
Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
If appears in the display, the appliance has a fault. Consult your nearest customer service point.
2. LED fashes, the display reads HI or LO The interior is too warm (HI) or too cold (LO).
The audible warning signal sounds.
Note
The alarm parameters can be adjusted. See Adjusting the alarm parameters.
Display =
Lower alarm limit
Display =
Temperature diference in °C
3. HACCP flashes
There has been a power cut of some length or the interior was too warm or too cold during a certain period of time.
Up to three alarm events can be stored and called up.
Use buttons
and
to select the desired setting.
Display =
Door open alarm When the door is opened, the LED begin to fash.
and the temperature display
Display =
Upper alarm limit
Display =
Temperature diference in °C
Use buttons
and
to select the desired setting.
When the door has been left open for more than 60 seconds, the LED begins to fash, and and the temperature indication fash alternately in the display.
The audible warning signal sounds.
If the door has to stay open for longer in order to insert items to be cooled, cancel the audible warning signal by pressing button .
Display =
Calling up stored alarm events
Display =
Display =
Display =
Alarm delay in minutes
Scroll through the list using
or
.
Use buttons
and
to select the desired setting.
Display =
Press for 5 seconds .
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.
Number of temperature alarms Last temperature alarm Last temperature alarm but one Temperature alarm before Number of power cuts Last power cut
Last power cut but one Power cut before
Select the required item using the
button. Press this button
again to return to the list.
Note: You can exit the menu at any time by pressing seconds.
for 5
If no button is pressed within 60 seconds, the electronic control system switches back automatically.
15

========5========

Example of an alarm query
Situation: HACCP fashes in the display.
Display =
Display =
There has not been an alarm status with a too high or too low temperature. You must switch to display .
Display =
Press this button until
appears in the display.
Display =
1 power failure has occurred.
Display =
Display =
Last power failure.
Display =
Year 2010
Display =
Month 05 (May)
Display =
Day 30
Display =
Hour 23
Display =
Minute 14
Display =
The power failure lasted 3 hours.
Press
+
for 5 seconds. The display will read
.
The HACCP LED will now light up permanently.
The electronic control system is now ready for the next alarm.
Press for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.
16
Calibrating the control sensor (standard sensor for temperature control)
Possible tolerances of the control sensor (the displayed temperature compared to the actual interior temperature) can be ofset with this function.
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
Display =
Display =
Display = correction value set at the factory
Use buttons or in 0.1°C increments.
to increase or decrease the correction value
Display = actual (corrected) interior temperature
Display =
Press
for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.

========6========

Product sensor (available accessory)
The temperature may be measured or recorded at any point in the interior using the product sensor.
• Connect sensor (see section entitled External alarm)
Activating the sensor
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
Press
for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.
If appears in the display, the product sensor has not been activated.
If appears in the display, the product sensor has not been connected, or is faulty.
Calibrating the product sensor
Possible tolerances of the product sensor (the set temperature compared to the actual interior temperature) can be ofset with this function.
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
Display = .
Use buttons or in 0.1°C increments.
to increase or decrease the correction value
Display = actual (corrected) product sensor temperature
Press
for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.
GB Switching the temperature display between control sensor and product sensor
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
Display =
(control sensor)
Display =
(product sensor)
If the product sensor is activated, AUX appears in the display.
Display =
Press
for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.
Changing the network address
When connecting several appliances via the RS485 interface, each appliance must have its own network address.
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
Display =
Display =
Display =
Use buttons
or
to change the network address ( -
).
Display =
Press
for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.
17

========7========

Setting the real time clock
The real time clock is preset (CET). Other time zones or summer/ winter time must be adjusted manually.
Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
Display =
Display =
Year 2010
Display =
Set the year by pressing the
buttons.
= save new setting
Display =
Month (1-12)
Display =
Set the month by pressing the buttons.
= save new setting
Display =
Day (1-31)
Display =
Set the day by pressing the
buttons.
= save new setting
Display =
Days of the week (1 = Monday, 7 = Sunday)
Display =
Set the day of the week by pressing the
buttons.
= save new setting
Display =
Hour (0-23)
Display =
Set the hour by pressing the buttons.
= save new setting
Display =
Minute (0-59)
Display =
Set the minutes by pressing the buttons.
= save new setting
Press for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.
Note When reset.
appears in the display, the real time clock must be
18
Resetting the parameters to factory settings The alarm limits and sensor calibration values can be reset to the factory settings using this function.
Pull out the mains plug.
Keep
pressed and connect the mains plug.
Wait until
appears in the display!
CAUTION!
Do not press the SET button yet! Otherwise all the pa- rameters of the electronic control system will be reset.
Display =
Display =
The electronic control system will switch back to normal operat- ing mode.

========8========

Cooling
The grid shelves can be moved to accommodate diferent height bottles or packages.
The ventilation slots of the recirculating fan on the inside must not be covered!
GB Defrosting
The appliance defrosts automatically. The water that forms on the rear wall drains into a reservoir at the back of the appliance and evaporates automatically through the compressor heat.
Safety lock
The lock in the appliance door is equipped with a safety mechanism. Locking the appliance: • Insert the key as shown by arrow 1.
• Turn the key 90°.
To unlock the appliance, the same procedure must be repeated in the same order.
Cleaning
Before cleaning always switch of the appliance. Pull out the mains plug or switch of or unscrew the fuse.
• Clean the inside, equipment and outer walls with lukewarm water and a little detergent. Do not use abrasive or acid cleaners or chemical solvents.
Do not use steam cleaners because of the
risk of injury and damage.
• Ensure that no cleaning water penetrates into the electrical com- ponents or ventilation grille.
• The dust should be removed from the refrigeration unit and heat exchanger - metal grid at the back of the appliance - once a year. • Do not damage or remove the type plate on the inside of the ap- pliance. It is very important for servicing purposes.
Interior light in appliances with glass door The interior light is ftted on the inside at the top. Switch on switch S, the interior light comes on.
To change the tube:
Pull out the mains plug or remove/unscrew the fuse.
• lever out the cover panel ➀ on
the lamp housing at the front and
remove downwards.
• Turn the tube ➁ 90° and pull out
downwards. Insert a new tube and
turn 90°.
• Replace the cover panel ➀ by
inserting at the back and clicking
into place at the front.
If the interior light still does not work
after you have changed the bulb, please consult your nearest cus- tomer service point.
Malfunctions
You may be able to rectify the following faults by checking the possible causes yourself:
• Appliance does not function:
– Is the appliance switched on?
– Is the plug correctly ftted in the mains socket?
– Is the fuse intact?
• Loud running noise:
– Is the appliance set up frmly on the foor?
– Does the appliance cause nearby items of furniture or objects to vibrate? Please note that noises caused by the refrigerant circuit cannot be avoided.
• The temperature is not low enough:
– Is the temperature setting correct (see "Setting the temperature")? – Does the separately installed thermometer show the correct read- ing?
– Is the ventilation system working properly?
– Is the appliance set up too close to a heat source?
• appears in the display:
– Reset the real time clock (see "Setting the real time clock"). If none of the above causes apply and
you cannot rectify the fault yourself,
contact the nearest customer serv-
ice department stating the type des
1
-
ignation , service number
3
2and
appliance number as indicated
on the type plate.
Shutting your appliance down
If your appliance is to be shut down for any length of time, switch it of and disconnect the plug or switch of or unscrew the fuse. Clean the appliance and leave the door open in order to prevent unpleasant smells.
19

========9========

Opening for external temperature sensor
1. Drill marked section on the back of
the appliance.
External alarm
We recommend connecting the appliance to an external alarm device.
There are various connection options at the back of the appliance.
The appliance may only be connected to an external alarm device by trained personnel.
Floating alarm output
Connection to RS485 interface
2. Pull out strain relief device (bot-
tom left of interior container).
Optional temperature sensor connection
Terminating resistor
When connecting several appli- ances via the RS485 interface, the terminating resistor must remain on the last appliance.
Remove the terminating resis- tors from the appliances in between.
Note
The connectors are secured with screws. To remove the connectors, undo the left and right screws.
3. Feed sensor through opening and
secure sensor cable with strain
relief device.
Floating alarm output
These three contacts can be used to connect the appliance to an optical or acoustic alarm device.
The connection is designed for 250 V / 8 A AC or 36 V / 8 A DC.
Important!
Position the sensor at the top of the interior container. The sen- sor must not come into contact with objects so that only the air temperature is measured.
N.O
Alarm output
Connection for a visual warning light or an acoustic alarm signal.
N.C
Operating light
Connection for a control lamp to indicate that the appliance is in normal mode.
COM
External power supply unit 250V AC (alternating current) or 36V DC (direct current - positive pole)
Important!
4. Close the sensor cable opening at the back of
the appliance with the sealant provided.
20

========10========

Changing over door hinges
1. Unscrew the hinge bracket. Important: The door mounting has a spring mechanism enabling the door to close by itself. The hinge bracket turns to the left when the screws are undone.
2. Pull the door out at the bottom
and lift of.
3. Transfer handle and plugs to the
opposite side of the door.
4. Transfer pin on hinge bracket to the
opposite side.
5. Transfer upper hinge components to the
opposite side.
6. Transfer cover plateto the opposite
side.
7. Mount door on hinge pin and close.
8. Insert hinge bracket in lower door
mounting.
9. Turn hinge bracket by 90° - spring
is compressed. Screw on hinge
bracket.
GB
Installation dimensions (mm)
Version 1
A cross-section of min. 200 cm2 is re
quired in the worktop for ventilation of the rear of the appliance.
Version 2
If no ventilation grille is provided in the worktop, the recess must be at least 860 mm high to ensure adequate heat dissipation to the front.
21

========11========



For more information, please download the instructions above.

Category Fridge/ Refrigerator
Full name LIEBHERR LKUv 1610
Model LKUv 1610
Size of file 3333 KB
Number of pages 11 pages
format file is in pdf
Language(s) Fridge/ Refrigerator LIEBHERR LKUv 1610 English English