Instructions

THE WELLWATER MANUAL:

 

HOME COOLERS AND OFFICE COOLERS AVAILABLE

 

Please read these instructions before using the cooler and retain them safely for future use.

HYDRATE AND FEEL GREAT!

CONTACT DRINK@THEWELLWATER.COM FOR YOUR LOCAL SERVICE CENTER IF REQUIRED.

JUNE 2022/REV05

 

CONTENTS:

1 SAFETY

2 BEFORE USING THE COOLER

3 TECHOLOGICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR COOLER

4 DISPOSAL OF DEVICE

5 SAFETY MEASURES

6 PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

7 BEFORE YOU START

8 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

9 LOADING A BAG IN BOX

10 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE

11 TROUBLE SHOOTING LIST

12 ELECTRICAL WARRANTY

13 SPARE PARTS, CUPS & ACCESSORIES

14 ENGINEERING DETAILS

15 MAKING A FREESTANDING UNIT – Connecting the countertop and base

16 MASTER CONTROL MOBILE PHONE APP INSTRUCTIONS

20 CONTACT DETAILS

APPENDIX 1:  BBA024 – WIRING DIAGRAM

APPENDIX 2:  BBA044 – WIRING DIAGRAM

APPENDIX 3:  WATER BOX PALLET MAPS

 

NOTE:  Upgrades and changes in internal and external appearance of a product, not affecting its functionality and safety, (e.g., shape of door handle) are acceptable, and may occur over time.

 

1 SAFETY:

This refrigeration circuit contains 0.011 KG of the flammable refrigerant R290 C3H8.The user must observe the following to ensure gas safety and the safe use of the coolers:

  • Do not allow any sharp objects or ignition sources to come into contact with the refrigeration system.
  • Do not block vents.
  • Place the unit at least 2 cm from the wall to allow free flow of air.
  • In the event of having damaged the refrigeration circuit do not use electrical items or ignition sources in proximity of the cooler or attempt to repair the cooler itself. Open all windows to provide good ventilation.  Please also contact your local maintenance agent to follow up.
  • The maintenance manual should be read and understood by any person who would use or handle the refrigerator.

Please read the instructions carefully before setting up and using your cooler. As these instructions apply to several cooler models the equipment may vary from model to model.

 

2 BEFORE USING THE COOLER:

On receipt of the cooler check to ensure that the cooler has not become damaged during transportation.  Any transport damage should be reported to our Customer Service Department. immediately via email to drink@thewellwater.com

  • Before loading the cooler with a box, the coolers interior should be cleaned with lukewarm water containing a mild detergent. Use a clean, soft cloth or a single use disposable paper towel.
  • If the cooler has been stored in a cold environment (colder than +5C) then it must be allowed stabilise for at least 2 hours before being switched on.
  • If the cooler has been transported on its side the cooler must be placed in the upright position for at least two hours before it is switched on.

  

3 TECHOLOGICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR COOLER:

  • Latest R290 ECO-FRIENDLY GAS
  • 100% hygienic 100% of the time with no work. Zero sanitisation required. Zero air ingress from the surrounding home or office through the liquid you drink.  No light pollution encouraging algal growth.  Clean new tamper evident tap with each box.
  • Energy efficient SLEEP MODE – Easily programmable to turn off when you don’t need it and turn on when you do. Water box remains chilled hours after the power is switched off allowing out of hours staff the ability to refresh themselves even when power is off.
  • Fewer water delivery interruptions as 4 boxes stored WITHIN THE BODY OF THE COOLER and extra boxes stored in a neat storage cabinet.
  • CLOUD CONNECTIVITY – C/IOT – CELLUAR INTERNET OF THINGS. This unique feature ensures that your deliveries are targeted to need.  If this upgrade is chosen, the machine tells your water supplier when you are running low or have run out – thus removing the need to remember to order water or having “rota water deliveries” (meaning that you either store too much or have too little water – no more running out!).
  • NOTE: AS THIS IS CELLULAR INTERNET IT DOES NOT NEED TO CONNECT TO YOUR OWN INTERNET AND AS SUCH YOUR INTERNET AND OUR COOLER DO NOT INTERACT – PROVIDING COMPLETE SECURITY PEACE OF MIOND.
  • STAFF NOTICE BOARD: Cloud connectivity means that with an optional LCD video screen display your cooler become a staff notice board…. Enabling communication on a floor level, department level or group level.  The “chat around the water cooler” now becomes an interactive and interesting staff messaging system.
  • ADVERTSISING: Interesting advertising features can be enabled that could lead to reduced cooler rental or in some cases free cooler rental.  Features such as local weather, order an UBER, order flowers or flights can be enabled.  QR Code Advertising opens multiple useful purchasing, revenue and promotion possibilities.

 

4 DISPOSAL OF DEVICE:

When disposing of the device, do not place in (take it to) regular municipal waste containers.  Instead, take it to an electrical and electronic waste recycling and reuse centre.  A relevant label has been put on the device, its instruction manual, or on the packaging.

What is the WEEE label?

The symbol indicates that the product should not be discarded as unsorted waste but must be sent to separate collection facilities for recovery and recycling. The WEEE marking must appear on any electrical and electronic equipment placed on the EU market.

 

 

 

 

5 SAFETY MEASURES: 

The producer is not responsible for any damage resulting from violation of the principles in the manual.  Thus, carefully read the information on safety measures, operation. And maintenance of the cooler.

PLEASE KEEP THE MANUAL FOR FUTURE USE OR FOR HANDING IT OVER TO THE NEXT USER.

5.1 Before you turn on the cooler:

  • Do not remove the protective grill on the underside of the Countertop unit.
  • When positioning, moving, or lifting the cooler, do not pull by the door, do not pull the condenser at the back of the unit, do not pull the power cord, and do not touch the compressor unit.
  • The cooler should always remain vertical. The cooler should not be transported, moved, or placed in the horizontal position.  If it is likely that the cooler was tilted beyond the 40 degrees to the vertical, wait two hours before turning it on.
  • Make sure that children do not use the appliance unattended. Do not allow children to play with the appliance.
  • Before ANY maintenance activity, turn the cooler off and unplug it.
  • DO NOT MOVE THE UNIT WITH FULL BOXES OF LIQUID IN THE DISPENSE POSITION OR IN THE STORAGE CABINET.
  • Do not use double-wire extension cords; if an extension cord is necessary, make sure it is a cord with a protection safety certificate.
  • If the main power supply cord is damaged it should be replaced by a serviceman.
  • Do not try to repair the appliance yourself. Repairs carried out by persons without proper qualifications can cause serious risk of injury to the user.
  • Keep packaging materials (bags) out of reach of children.
  • Should the refrigerated unit be damaged resulting in the escape of refrigerant, air the room for a few minutes (the room should be at least 4 cubic meters) and immediately contact your nearest service centre or the manufacturer (drink @thewellwater.com).

  

6 PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS:

  • The cooler is CE Approved.

  • The coolers are designed for operation in the ambient temperature range from +16C to +32C.
  • The elements of the cooling system in the appliance are located at the back underside of the countertop unit to maximise the storage capacity of the cooling chamber and to facilitate cooling.
  • The coolers are intended for internal use only.
  • The coolers are suitable for use in the chilling of a wide number of liquids such as water, fruit juice, wine, iced tea, ice coffee, etc.
  • In the case of milk, it is suitable provided the milk comes to the unit prechilled. Please contact drink@thewellwater.com if you have any specific liquid requirement questions.
  • The coolers are inherently hygienic with no air ingress, light contamination, or human handling of the liquid contact parts. It is inherently one of, if not the most hygienic dispenser on the market.  Its tamper evident tap is replaced with each box.  You, your colleagues, and family can drink in complete microbiological and viral safety provided the instructions on changing a box are adhered to (simply do not touch the underside of the tap where the liquid exits – common sense!).
  • On volume orders the coolers are available in a range of bespoke Logo and paint finishes. Please contact drink@thewellwater.com if you have volume requirements.

 

7 BEFORE YOU START:

  • Unpack the product; remove the tape securing the door and the accessories. Remove the remains of any glue (if any) with a delicate cleaning cloth.  DO NOT USE BLEACH OR ANY HARSH DETERGENTS – SIMPLY WIPE WITH A SOFT CLEAN CLOTH UTILISING WARN SOAPY WATER.
  • Do not throw the packaging away. Should you have to transport the product again, secure the cooler with the cardboard anti drop protection elements, scotch tape and straps.
  • Wash the inside of the cooler chamber and accessories with lukewarm water containing some dishwasher liquid (and/or mild detergent) and then wipe it dry.
  • Place the cooler in a dry ventilated area, out of direct sunlight, far from heat sources such as central heating radiators etc. – at least 30 cm from oil or coal fired stoves.
  • If you place the cooler next to another refrigerator or freezer unit, the lateral distance between each appliance should be at least 2 cm.
  • Make sure the cooler is level by adjusting the feet of the cooler. IT IS PREFERABLE TO HAVE THE BACK FEET OF THE COOLER SLIGHTLY HIGHER THAN THE FRONT FEEL – NATURALLY EFFECTING A SLIGHT CASCADE OF LIQUID TOWARDS THE FRONT OF THE COOLER.
  • Make sure the cooler is not standing on the power supply cord.
  • To facilitate opening the cooler door the distance between the side (the hinges side) and the room wall (or similar) should be at least 5 cm.
  • Any un-authorised modification of the refrigeration system is prohibited. Be especially careful not to do any damage to the capillary tube located in the recess next to the compressors.  The tube cannot be bent, straightened, or coiled.  Modification or damage of the capillary tube by the user negates the guaranteed on the cooler.

 

8 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION:

  • The appliance is intended for connection to an alternating current (AC). The connection values for Voltage (V) and frequency (Hz) are given on a nameplate on the rear of the unit.
  • Power must be connected via a wall socket with a switch. The wall socket should be easily accessible.
  • All earthed requirements stipulated by the local electrical authority must be observed. The cabinet and wall socket should then be earthed. If in doubt, contact your local supplier or authorised electrician.
  • WARNING THE APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.

 

9 LOADING A BAG IN BOX:

 

BOX SIZES: 6 L REFRIGERATOR PACK AND 10 L AND 12.75 L WATER COOLER PACK.

 

  9.1 To load a bag in box into the cooler please follow the steps below in the order below:

1:  Remove the base tab to expose the contact area for the cooler chill plate.  Remove the front tab where the tap icon is located – completely tear it off (If using the box alone without the cooler.

2:  Stand the box on its end and pull out the tap and bag

3:  Open the cooler door and flip over the tap capture lever (clockwise)

 

4: Gently lift the box into the cooler (placing your hand under the tear off section below the box to support the bag.

5:  Pull out the bag from the box (being careful not to touch near the underside of the spout where the liquid exits. If there is a protective foil seal remove same (not on all tap models). With slight downward pressure click the round back section of the tap into the tap capture “saddle”.  Rotate the top tap capture arm anti clockwise back to the starting closed position.  The tap in now held in place.  Remove the tamper evident seal – again taking care not to touch the underside of the tap. Close the door.  The unit is now ready to dispense.

Note cooling times vary depending on temperature that the water box was stored in, ambient air temperature and humidity and the actual temperature setting of the cooler itself.

9.2 To adjust the cooling temperature:

REFER TO SECTION 16 – MASTER CONTROL APP (FOUND AT END OF THIS MANUAL).

9.3 Storage of Bag in Box:

The cooler has one box stored in the dispense position and three in the (optional) base cabinet.  The units in the base cabinet are stored at ambient temperature.

DO NOT PUT ANY CONTAINERS WITH HOT CONTENTS INTO THE COOLER.

ANY LIQUID IN BOXES SHOULD BE STORED IN DRY AND DUST FREE ENVIRONMENTS.  THE SHELF LIFE IS TWO YEARS UNOPENED AND SIX WEEKS OPENED.  REMOVE PARTLY USED BOXES AND TURN OFF MACHINES DURING EXTENDED PERIODS OF SHUTDOWN.

Boxed water stored on pallets should be covered with protective dust sheets if storage is for an extended period.  Boxes stored in the base cabinet should be stored neatly one on top of the other and pushed fully back to allow the door to be fully closed.  There are guides at the side of the inner cooler wall to centre the boxes.

9.4 Fitting the back light and Advertising/Logo panel:

Dimensions of Logo opening on the Countertop Unit:

Allow an extra border for adhered back-lit graphics – 5mm recommended

9.5 Fitting the LCD screen:

Open door to expose access hatch. Remove four screw covers and remove screws.  Take off access plate.  Connect exposed wiring loom and connector to the Light Box connector or LCD connector.  Screw into place with 4 screws.  Put protective cover back in place and screw back in the four screws.  Replace the screw covers.

9.6 Fitting own Logo:

Subject to minimum quantity print runs it is possible to apply a translucent backlit logo to the screen.  Please contact drink@thewellwater.com for specification on same.

9.7 Adding functionality / Apps / other functions to the screen:

REFER TO SECTION 16 – MASTER CONTROL APP (FOUND AT END OF THIS MANUAL).

 

10 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE:

10.1 Energy saving:       

  • Place the cooler away from heat sources (such as heaters, radiators, or ovens).
  • Programme the sleep mode to ensure maximum “off” time for the cooler. Turn off on weekends if not in use.  See below for programming sleep mode.
  • Make sure that air can circulate freely around the cooler; do not block the ventilation grids.
  • Keep the door open for as short a time as possible when changing boxes.

If you are not using the cooler for an extended period…

  • Turn the cooler off at the mains switch.
  • Remove any boxes from the dispense position in the cooler. Discard open boxes (good for plants!).
  • Clean and dry the cooler. Wash and dry any accessories (especially the drip tray).

10.2 Maintenance:

  • Periodically use a vacuum cleaner to dust the evaporator grille located at the back and/or underside of the unit. Before you do this turn off the mains switch and unplug the appliance.
  • The drip tray is machine washable and is the only part of the cooler that the end user must maintain. It will not affect the functionality of the cooler, but it is highly advisable to clean it in a dishwasher (or with warm soapy water) once a week.
  • If the drip tray becomes scaled, please soak with a kettle type de-scaler (or if not possible malt vinegar). Additional drip trays may be purchased from your suppliers.
  • Please note any unauthorised repair or modifying of the cooler except as listed in the table below waives all warranty and guarantee rights and any claims against the manufacturer or its distributors.

  

11 TROUBLE SHOOTING LIST:

11.1 The appliance does not work:   

  • Make sure the plug is properly inserted into the socket (located on the underside of the Countertop unit).
  • Make sure there is electricity in the socket by plugging in another electrical device (such as a night lamp).
  • Make sure the power supply cord is not damaged.

11.2 Water collects at the bottom part of the cooler:

  • Check bag is not leaking.
  • Unclog the condensate opening located in the front door under the tap opening area.

11.3 The water temperature is not low enough:

  • Adjust the water temperature via the App (see section 16 at the end of this manual).

11.4 Drip tray is full of water:

  • Carefully pull drip tray forward and dispose of water.
  • Wash with warm soapy water.
  • Dry and replace.

11.5 Drip Tray has Limescale:

  • Soak with kettle limescale descaling fluid (or malt vinegar if none can be found).
  • Wash and replace.
  • Descaling fluid may be purchased at thewellwater.com/shop

11.6 Cooler Grubby over time:

  • Clean outer areas and inner box areas and tap capture area of paper dust.
  • Use a dry cloth at first to remove such dust then wash with warm soapy water (or a mild detergent).
  • Dry with clean, soft cloth or single use paper towels.

11.7 Light box or LCD fails to light:

To find the nearest WELL WATER cooler service provider email drink@thewellwater.com

 

12 ELECTRICAL WARRANTY: 

Aqueduct – The Well Water Ltd provides a 12-month warranty on all the components in the dispenser.  An extended 24-month warranty on the refrigeration compressor is available free of charge by registering online at www.thewellwater.com.

 

13 SPARE PARTS, CUPS & ACCESSORIES:

Spare parts and ancillary items may be ordered from your local supplier.  These include (but are not limited to) ….

  • Paper Cups.
  • Magnetic cup dispenser
  • Spare / replacement cabinet shelves.
  • Wire and plug (please specify country).
  • Drip tray (complete set only top and bottom).

14 ENGINEERING DETAILS:   

14.1 Countertop Unit Only:

Power Input                                                    85W

Current                                                             0.6A

Unit Dimension                                              514 High * 346 Wide * 434 Deep (mm)

Unit Weight                                                    20.5Kg

Packaged Dimension                                    589 High * 379 Wide * 479 Deep (mm)

Packaged Weight                                           21Kg

Units per Pallet                                              12

Pallet Dimension                                           1000 Wide * 12000 Deep (mm)

Refrigerant Gas amount & type                 R290 0.011Kg

 

Construction Materials:

ABS plastic, glass, expanded polystyrene, aluminium (anodised), stainless steel, cold rolled steel (galvanised and powder-coated), PCBs, compressor, temperature sensors, electricity wires, VHB tape, metal fasteners, magnetic rubber seals, neodymium magnets

Standard Features:

Refrigeration technology-based cooler

Capacity of 1x 12.75L liquid boxes (1x cooled)

Fast chill contact plate

Drip Tray with 316ml capacity

Light box for branding & advertising

Temperature display

Optional Features:

LCD display for branding & advertising

 

14.2 Base Unit Only:

Power Input                                                    –

Current                                                             –

Unit Dimension                                              777 High * 346 Wide * 434 Deep (mm)

Unit Weight                                                    19.3Kg

Packaged Dimension                                    814 High x 379 Wide x 479 Deep (mm)

Packaged Weight                                           20Kg

Units per Pallet                                              12

Pallet Dimension                                           1000 Wide * 1200 Deep (mm)

Refrigerant Gas amount & type                 –

 

Construction Materials:

ABS plastic, glass, aluminium (anodised), stainless steel, cold rolled steel (galvanised and powder-coated), PCBs, electricity wires, VHB tape, metal fasteners, magnetic rubber seals

Standard Features:

Capacity of 3x 12.75L liquid boxes (3x storage)

Optional Features:

Optional cloud-connected re-stock sensing

 

14.3 Countertop & Base Unit:

Power Input                                                    85W

Current                                                             0.6A

Unit Dimension                                              1262 High * 346 Wide * 434 Deep (mm)

Unit Weight                                                    39.8Kg

Packaged Dimension                                    (Countertop & Base Units are packaged separately)

Packaged Weight                                           (Countertop & Base Units are packaged separately)

Units per Pallet                                              4

Pallet Dimension                                           1000 Wide * 1200 Deep (mm)

Refrigerant Gas amount & type                 R290 0.011Kg

 

Construction Materials:

ABS plastic, glass, expanded polystyrene, aluminium (anodised), stainless steel, cold rolled steel (galvanised and powder-coated), PCBs, compressor, temperature sensors, electricity wires, VHB tape, metal fasteners, magnetic rubber seals, neodymium magnets

Standard Features:

Refrigeration technology-based cooler

Capacity of 4x 12.75L liquid boxes (1x cooled and 3x storage)

Fast chill contact plate

Drip Tray with 316ml capacity

Light box for branding & advertising

Temperature display

Optional Features:

LCD display for branding & advertising

Optional cloud-connected re-stock sensing

 

14.4 UNITS PER PALLET:

Description Units per pallet (Euro pallet 1200×800)
BB22BK-GB Countertop Bluetooth 16 (4 x 4 High)
BB24BK-GB Countertop Cloud connected 16 (4 x 4 High)
BBA027 Standard base 12 (4 x 3 High)
BBA045 Advanced base 12 (4 x 3 High)
BB32BK-GB Countertop + base Bluetooth 4 (4 x 1 High)
BB34BK-GB Countertop + base Cloud 4 (4 x 1 High)

15 MAKING A FREESTANDING UNIT – Connecting the countertop and base:

15.1 Remove the M6 feet and 10mm round spacers from the Countertop Unit. The unit must stay upright to avoid damage to the refrigeration system.

15.2 Ensure the extension power cable is routed through the Base Unit and is not preventing the Countertop Unit from being placed flush onto the Base Unit.

15.3 Gently place the Countertop Unit onto the upright Base Unit. 2x alignment pins at the rear of the Base Unit should locate into holes in the Countertop Unit to align the two units.

15.4 Check that the Base Unit’s power extension cable can be plugged into the bottom of the Countertop Unit (access is through the open door of the Base Unit).

15.5 Check that the Countertop Unit’s side and back panels are aligned closely to the Base Unit.

15.6 Take the Countertop unit’s feet and 10mm spacers and add the 15mm spacers to the feet which were supplied with the Base Unit.

 15.7 With the Base Unit’s door open, insert the screws (each with 2x spacers as above) into the positions shown. The correct holes can be identified by touch by their large countersinking. Each foot must be screwed by hand as tightly as possible.

15.8 Plug the Base Unit’s power extension cable into the bottom of the Countertop Unit.

 

16 MASTER CONTROL MOBILE PHONE APP INSTRUCTIONS:

16.1 Introduction:

The Aqueduct Setup app is a mobile application that allows you to view and modify the settings and behaviour of your Well Water Cooler.  PLEASE SPEND 5 MINUTES SETTING UP THIS APP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE OR TABLET AS ALL FUNCTIONALITY IS CONTROLLED VIA THIS APP.

16.2 Supported devices:

You can install the Aqueduct Setup app on mobile devices that have either the iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod) or Android (mobile phones and tablets) operating systems. Set up takes 5 minutes and once done you have complete control on all your coolers via Bluetooth from your mobile or other devices.

16.3 How it works:

The Aqueduct Setup mobile app communicates with your Well Water cooler using Bluetooth technology.

When the app is launched, it will automatically begin scanning for nearby Bluetooth-enabled devices, in order to detect the cooler.

Once the app detects your cooler (it does so by your turning the cooler off for 3 seconds, and on again), you instruct the app to connect (via Bluetooth) with your cooler.

You can then use the app to view and modify settings, to calibrate the cooler weighing scales and to order water boxes.

16.4 Features:

The Aqueduct Setup mobile app allows the user to:

  • View the current amount of water in the cooler and send you an alert when below pre-set minimum water level.
  • Send you real time notification of any faults.
  • Calibrate the cooler’s weighing scales.
  • Order water boxes from the Well Water website.
  • View and modify the cooler’s energy saving settings:
    • Select which days of the week the cooler is to be on.
    • Define the duration of time that the cooler is on each day.
  • View and modify the cooler’s temperature settings:
    • Water cooler target temperature.
    • LED display mode.
    • Cooling fan speed.
  • View and modify the cooler’s general settings:
    • Enable / Disable the cooler.
    • Enable / Disable error notification on cooler display.

16.5 How to get The Aqueduct Setup mobile app:

Open your mobile device (phone or tablet).

Depending on your mobile device, open

Apple’s App Store app, or

Google’s Play Store app.

If the search field is not immediately visible, tap the Search icon.

Enter Aqueduct Setup in the search field.

Select Aqueduct Setup app from the search results.

Follow the standard installation procedure.

16.6 Bluetooth Location Permission Settings:

The Aqueduct Setup app uses Bluetooth to communicate with the cooler.

When the app is launched, it will automatically begin scanning for nearby Bluetooth enabled devices, in order to detect the cooler (make sure you have turned the respective cooler that you are trying to pair with off for 3 seconds, and on again).

iOS and Android mobile apps must ask permission to use Bluetooth functions – you must allow this permission.

So, the first time you open the app, after installing it, you will be prompted to grant the app access to your device’s location.

The options provided are:

  • Allow While Using App / While using the app: If you select this option, your device will remember your selection, and will not have to prompt you again every time the app is re-opened – Pick this option.
  • Allow Once / Only this time: If you select this option, the app will prompt you to grant access every time you open the app.
  • Don’t allow: If you select this option, the app will not be able to communicate with your Well Water cooler.

Note: If you select “Don’t allow”, the app will not prompt you to grant access again, not even the next time the app is opened. In this case, you will have to manually set the Bluetooth location permission access setting in your mobile device

You can change your device’s Bluetooth permissions as follows:

  • For iOS: Settings > Privacy > Bluetooth > Aqueduct Setup.
  • For Android: Settings > Location > App access to location > Aqueduct Setup.

16.7 Using the Aqueduct Setup App:

16.7.1 Opening the Aqueduct Setup App:

Tap the Aqueduct Setup app icon on your phone to open the app.

When the app is launched, it will automatically begin scanning for nearby Bluetooth enabled devices, in order to detect the cooler.

To enable the app to detect the cooler, turn the cooler’s power switch off (for 3 seconds) and then back on.

When the app detects the Well Water device it will display its name on the screen.

To begin using the app with your Well Water cooler, tap on the cooler name (“Well Water”).

The Aqueduct Setup app will then open its System Page, allowing you to view and modify settings, and to navigate other app pages.

16.7.2 Navigating the Well Water app:

The user can navigate between any of the three app pages using the navigation buttons at the bottom of the screen.

The three app pages are:

Energy: View and modify the coolers energy saving settings.

Take advantage of the cooler’s energy saving features by programming which days of the week the cooler is in use, and the time of day that it is in use. SLEEP Mode saves energy and money and does our bit for the planet!

Weight: Calibrate the cooler’s weighing scales and view the cooler’s estimated water content.

Calibrating the weighing scales enables the cooler to automatically estimate and display the current amount of water. It informs you when the water level has reached pre-set reorder limits and this page also provides a link to the Well Water website, for ordering more water.

System: View and modify the cooler’s settings.

Access the cooler’s general settings, including the cooler’s display mode and the cooling fan speed/noise control setting. For example, if ultra-quiet is required in Board room the fan speed can be turned right down.

When the app is launched, it will initially open on the System page.

Note: When you are finished using the app, either close the app or select the DISCONNECT option (available at the bottom of each page), to end the Bluetooth communications between your device and the cooler.

16.7.3 App Page: System:

Allows the user to view and modify the cooler’s settings.

General Settings | Enable the Cooler

Use this slider switch to Enable / Disable the cooler.

When the switch is to the right (on/green), the cooler is Enabled:

When the switch is to the left (off), the cooler is Disabled. The cooler will not control the water temperature, and the LED display will be off:

General Settings | Cooler error indication

Use this slider switch to Enable / Disable error notification on cooler display.

When the switch is to the right (on/green), error indications are Enabled. An error code will be displayed on the cooler’s LED display if an error condition exists:

When the switch is to the left (off), error indications are Disabled:

Temperature Settings | Set water temperature

View and modify the Water Cooler Target Temperature.

This is the target temperature that the cooler will attempt to cool the water to.

Temperature Settings | Cooler temperature display

This setting allows the user to specify which temperature is displayed on the cooler’s LED display.

  • Water temperature: The cooler LED display will display the current temperature of the water.

  • Target temperature: The cooler display will display the Water Cooler Target Temperature.

Note: Target temperature is the factory pre-set, and the temperature setting that we recommend.

Fan speed / noise control

Adjust this slider control setting to modify the speed of the cooler’s cooling fan.

The sliding control can be set between 0% (low) and 100% (full on).

Moving the slider control to the left will:

  • Reduce the cooling fan speed.
  • Reduce the fan noise.
  • Reduce the cooler’s rate of cooling.

Moving the slider control to the right will:

  • Increase the cooling fan speed.
  • Increase the fan noise.
  • Increase the cooler’s rate of cooling.

16.7.4 App Page: Energy:

The settings on this page allow the user to take advantage of the cooler’s energy saving features, by letting the user specify when the cooler should automatically switch itself on or off during the week.

Day Saving

Select which days of the week the cooler is to be turned on.

Tap on an individual day button to toggle that day’s setting:

  • The ‘On” days are displayed with blue text and a light blue background.

  • The “Off” days are displayed with grey text and a white background.

In this example, the cooler is set to be ON (enabled) every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday:

Time Saving

Define the duration of time that the cooler is on each day.

Use the two time-picker controls to define the “Start” and “End” times.

For each of the “On” days selected in the Day Saving section, the cooler will turn on (start cooling) at the “Start” time and turn off (stop cooling) at the “End” time.

The “Start” time-picker control is on the left.

The “End” time-picker control is on the right.

In this example, the cooler is set ON (enabled) between 7:15 am and 5:45 pm each (enabled)day:

Combining these two settings, this example shows that the cooler will be ON (enabled) between 7:15 am and 5:45 pm every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The cooler will be OFF (disabled) for the entire day every Monday, Thursday and Sunday:

If you wish the cooler to remain on for the entire day (for each enabled day), set both times to 0:00:

16.7.5 App Page: Weight:

The app’s Weight page allows the user to view the cooler’s current estimate of its water contents, to calibrate the cooler’s weighing scales, and to order water boxes from The Well Water website.

Water Boxes Image

The water boxes image displays the cooler’s estimate of its water content (number of water boxes).

Order Water

To order more Well Water boxes, select the ORDER WATER button.

Your device’s web browser will then bring you to the Well Water e-commerce website: www.thewellwater.com/shop

Calibrating the Cooler

For the cooler to estimate the amount of boxed water it contains at any time, the cooler’s weigh scales must first be calibrated. Calibrating the scales is a two-step process.

  • First, zero the scales (with all water boxes removed), so that the cooler can record its digital weight reading for zero boxes of water – see Step 1 below.
  • Then calibrate (with one water box), so that the cooler can record its record weight reading with one box of water – see Step 2 below.

Once the cooler’s weighing scales are calibrated, you may place further water boxes in the cooler.

Step 1: Zero

To zero the cooler weighing scales, first, remove all water boxes from the inside the cooler, so that there is no weight on the cooler’s scales.

Then select the ZERO button.

The cooler’s weighing scales will then be zeroed, by recording its digital weight reading for zero boxes of water.

Step 2: Calibrate

To calibrate the weighing scales, place one water box on the weighing scales.

Then select the CALIBRATE button.

The cooler’s weighing scales will then be calibrated, by recording its digital weight reading for one box of water.

 

17 CONTACT DETAILS:

All contact details can be found at www.thewellwater.com

 

APPENDIX 1:  BBA024 – WIRING DIAGRAM

 

 

APPENDIX 2:  BBA044 – WIRING DIAGRAM

 

 

APPENDIX 3:  WATER BOX PALLET MAPS

12.75 L – EURO PALLETS:

 

 12.75 L – UK STANDARD PALLETS: