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APPLICATION
The F300E Electronic Air Cleaner is mounted in the return
air duct of a forced air heating, cooling, or ventilating system.
It captures a significant amount of the airborne particles 0.3
microns and larger from the air circulated through it.
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Electronic Air Cleaner
FEATURES
• Available in four sizes to fit most ducts; adapts to
airflow from either side.
• Capacity varies from 1200 cfm (2040 m 3 /hr) to
3
2000 cfm (3400 m
/hr), depending on size.
• Solid state power supply is self-regulating and
maintains peak efficiency during a wide range of
cell dirt loading conditions.
• Pressure drop is approximately equal to that of a
regular fiberglass filter.
• Optional W8600F Air Cleaner Monitor indicates air
cleaner performance, reminds homeowner when a
cell and prefilter wash is due, and when to check
the system.
• Optional wireless W8600A AIRWATCH™ LCD
indicator provides reminder when air cleaner
electronic cells need washing, as well as reminder
when UV lamps need replacing and when humidifier
pad needs replacing.
• Galvanized cabinet protects against rust.
• Neon light next to on-off switch tells if air cleaner is
powered and if high voltage is present.
• Prefilter screens protect cells from large dirt
particles.
Application ........................................................................
Features ............................................................................
Specifications ....................................................................
Ordering Information .........................................................
Planning the Installation ...................................................
Installation .........................................................................
Operation .......................................................................... 13
Checkout ........................................................................... 13
Service .............................................................................. 13
Replacement Parts/Exploded View .................................. 18
Electrical Troubleshooting ................................................. 20
F300E
PRODUCT DATA
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    APPLICATION The F300E Electronic Air Cleaner is mounted in the return air duct of a forced air heating, cooling, or ventilating system. It captures a significant amount of the airborne particles 0.3 microns and larger from the air circulated through it.
  • Page 2: Specifications

    Golden Valley, MN 55422-4386 (612) 951-1000 Visit our web site @ www.honeywell.com/yourhome/ In Canada—Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 155 Gordon Baker Road, North York, Ontario M2H 3N7. International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom, U.S.A.
  • Page 3 EFFICIENCY RATINGS BASED ON NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS INITIAL DUST SPOT METHOD USING ATMOSPHERIC DUST, AND AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING, REFRIGERATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING ENGINEERS STANDARDS 52.1-92. Fig. 1. Air cleaner efficiency and pressure drop at various airflow rates. Weight: See Table 2. Dimensions: See Fig.
  • Page 4: Planning The Installation

    Fig. 2. Installation dimensions of Electronic Air Cleaner in in. (mm). PLANNING THE INSTALLATION Application The F300E Electronic Air Cleaner is used in a forced air heating, cooling, or ventilating system. It removes airborne particles from the air circulated through it. All models have an internal air flow switch that operates the air cleaner when the system blower is on.
  • Page 5 Allow 20 degrees expansion per side, per fitting. NOTE: Honeywell does not offer carbon filters. Refer to an activated carbon filter manufacturer for sizing and application. Applications with Outdoor Air Intake Return air temperature must be at least 40 F (4 C).
  • Page 6 Fig. 3. Mounting positions with variety of furnace installations. Determine Duct Design Requirements The air cleaner is adaptable to all new or existing forced air heating, cooling and ventilating systems used in residential applications. Transitions, turning vanes, or offsets may be needed in some applications for effective operation.
  • Page 7: Installation

    Fig. 6. Fasten cabinet to furnace. Install Turning Vanes Mount turning vanes inside the elbow or angle fitting that is directly against the air cleaner cabinet. See Fig. 5 and 7. Fasten Cabinet To Ductwork Install a transition when the opening in the air cleaner cabinet and the duct are different sizes.
  • Page 8 M14735 W8600F Location The styling of the W8600F is designed to blend with the latest T8600 family of Honeywell Chronotherm® IV Deluxe Programmable Thermostats. A special mounting template is included for mounting next to the T8600. The W8600F can also be mounted at any other convenient location in the living area or equipment room.
  • Page 9 IN HOLDER DIP SWITCHES WIRING TERMINALS (3) TERMINAL RESET BUTTON STRIP MOUNTING M11969A SCREW Fig. 11. Installing the driver board on the EAC. F300E ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER POWER SUPPLY BOX COVER DRIVER BOARD POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY BOX M14736 68-0240-1...
  • Page 10 OR Install Optional W8600A-1007 AIRWATCH™ Indicator The W8600A AIRWATCH Indicator is an option available for use with the F300E. It is a battery-operated timer. Installation only requires drilling holes in the wall to mount the device. 68-0240-1 The W8600A function indicator panel has four liquid crystal display (LCD) arrow indicators that point to Battery, Air Cleaner, UV Air Treatment, and Humidifier.
  • Page 11 W8600A to set the DIP switches for the desired number of months. b. If air cleaner filter is not used, move the filter time DIP switches 4 and 5 to the left (off). c. Use factory default settings to change the media filter or wash the electronic filter every three months.
  • Page 12: Complete Wiring

    • When the system fan comes on the Air Flow Switch (AFS) senses the negative pressure in the duct and turns the power supply on. If power to the air cleaner is controlled by another switch,such as a sail switch or fan timer board, the AFS can be disabled by cutting the jumper on the back of the AFS circuit board.
  • Page 13: Operation

    7. Attach conduit through a power box side knockout. 8. Wire the air cleaner directly to line voltage using wire nuts. See Fig. 20. Secure ground connection to the green ground screw on the wiring compartment barrier.
  • Page 14 F300E ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER NOTE: To let the heating or air conditioning system operate normally while the cell(s) are being washed, simply turn off the air cleaner switch. Vacuum the prefilter or brush, or soak it in a tub. Do not wash the prefilter in the dishwasher or car wash.
  • Page 15 If the air cleaner has an Air Cleaner Monitor, the FAULT indicator may activate when the cell(s) and prefilter(s) are wet. Again, if the FAULT indicator is annoying, simply turn off the air cleaner for two to three hours or until the cell(s) and prefilter(s) are dry. Replacing Ionizer Wires Broken or bent ionizer wires can cause an electrical short to ground, often resulting in visible arcing or sparking.
  • Page 16: Modification To Reduce Ozone Odor

    Make sure particles from the air filter cannot fall into the air cleaner. REMOVE POWER BOX FROM AIR CLEANER AND REMOVE THE COVER. Fig. 24. Remove power box from air cleaner and remove cover. 68-0240-1 WARNING Electric Shock Hazard.
  • Page 17 J5 SHUNT IN OZONE REDUCTION POSITION E5 E6 J5 IN NORMAL E4 E3 POSITION Fig. 25. Move J5 shorting bar to reduce ozone production about 20 to 25 percent. F300E ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER M15099 68-0240-1...
  • Page 18: Replacement Parts/Exploded View

    F300E ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER REPLACEMENT PARTS/EXPLODED VIEW 16 x 20 in. Description (406 x 508 mm) Access Door 32004876-004 Electronic Cell FC37A1114 (2) Cell Handle Prefilter Cell Key Power Box Assembly Includes No. 8-20, 120V, 60 Hz 240V, 60 Hz...
  • Page 19 Fig. 27. Components of the Electronic Air Cleaner (2-cell model shown). F300E ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER M14740 68-0240-1...
  • Page 20: Electrical Troubleshooting

    See Fig. 24 for power box removal. Troubleshooting Procedure The electronic air cleaner Troubleshooting charts show how to quickly isolate a problem in the air cleaner. Although a meter is needed for some steps, the primary diagnostic tool is the neon light. See Fig. 28.
  • Page 21 TO USE THIS CHART: 1. FOLLOW THE STEPS IN ORDER; DO NOT SKIP AROUND. 2. EACH TIME A PROBLEM IS FIXED, GO BACK TO START. 3. REPEAT ALL STEPS UNTIL THE AIR CLEANER CHECKS OUT OK. WARNING Electric Shock Hazard.
  • Page 22 F300E ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER 68-0240-1...
  • Page 23 F300E ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER WASH REMINDER SCHEDULE INSTALLATION DATE: YEAR M982A 68-0240-1...
  • Page 24 Honeywell offers one of the broadest families of home solutions in the industry - ranging from thermostats, zoning, ventilation, air cleaning, humidification to internet-enabled home control and wireless WebPAD™...