Usage guide for DH100W
Where exactly is the link for the usage guide? I, too, have a DH100W and don't know how to use it, either. I cannot find your "View Details" so please provide more detailed instructions (or the link) on where to find the usage guide.
There ISN'T one, you call 800-637-1453 and ask. This is in my crawlspace/basement hooked up to a fan blowing to the outside. She suggested setting it at 40%, which stand for % humidity. The lower the number, the less humid it will be. You think that could be posted somewhere!!
Date published: 2015-01-03
Dehumidstat only powers attached device when humidity is *below* setting. Is mine faulty?
I wired device as per diagram ("Power Supplied to Switchbox").
I want my device to come on when humidity gets above the set humidty level. The device only comes on when turned down *below* the actual humidty level. It's acting like it is a humidistat and not a DE-humidistat. I confirmed this is in fact a DH100W - at least that is what is stamped on the inside of the case. Is this one faulty or am I missing something? I checked my wiring 4 times and it is correct.
Thank you for your question. In order to assist you better, please contact our Technical Support team at our Canadian facility. That number is 888-882-7626.
Date published: 2017-07-02
How can I wire this to an 120 Outlet??
I have a fan with a plug and want to wire this control to an outlet to plug the fan into. Do you have a wiring diagram?? Thanks in advance
Thank you for the question on the model DH100W wall mounted dehumidistat. The DH100W is designed to be installed in the place of a wall switch and be wired in line with the power going into a fan. This is our only recommended installation application.
Date published: 2013-10-23
Wiring in parallel with manual switch
Can the DH100W be wired in parallel with a manual fan switch?
Thank you for your question on the model DH100W wall mounted dehumidistat. There should be no problem wiring the DH100W in parallel with a manual switch. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 if you need further assistance.
Date published: 2016-10-12