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Philips AC2892/20 Air Purifier with VitaShield technology removes 99.97 per cent airborne pollutants
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Key Features
  • Real time indoor PM2.5 numerical feedback
  • Smart light control, Aerasense PM2.5 sensor
  • VitaShield naturally purifies UFP as small as 0.2microns
  • Pollution, Allergen, Bacteria & Virus auto modes
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Say goodbye to indoor air pollution

AeraSense is a new technology with the accuracy and performance of a professional sensor. It senses particles smaller than PM2.5, removes up to 99.9% of viruses and aerosols from the air adapting automatically with real time feedback.

Say goodbye to indoor air pollution

Removes 99.97% of particles as small as 0.003um

Remove 99.97% particles@3nm

PM2.5 display

Up to 86 sq. m/ 925 sq. ft

Auto and Sleep mode

Removes up to 99.9% of viruses and aerosols from the air

Removes aerosols including those containing respiratory virus, from the air which passes through the filter. It also sanitizes the air by removing 99.9% of aerosols from the air that may contain viruses.


* This Philips AC2892 20 Air Purifier image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

Real time indoor PM2.5 numerical feedback

The numerical PM2.5 indicator and the 4-step color ring provides real time feedback of your indoor air quality.


* This Philips AC2892 20 Air Purifier image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

Smart light control: adjust light to suit your preference

Both AQI and the light on the UI can be dimmed and/or turned off avoid light disturbance for consumers.


* This Philips AC2892 20 Air Purifier image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

VitaShield naturally purifies UFP as small as 0.2microns

Vitashield with its aerodynamic design and NanoProtect Filter has a boosted clean air delivery rate up to 333 m3/hr (according to China GB/T 18801-2015). It can effectively removes 99.97% of particles as small as 0.003um, effectively reduce harmful gases such as TVOC and odor. Removes up to 99.9% bacteria.


* This Philips AC2892 20 Air Purifier image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

3 auto modes: Pollution, Allergen, and Bacteria and Virus

This product has 3 automatic purification settings: a basic Pollution mode, an extra-sensitive Allergen mode, and an extra-powerful Bacteria and Virus mode. You can choose your preferred mode to personalize and optimize your purification.


* This Philips AC2892 20 Air Purifier image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.

Automatically monitors, reacts and purifiers the air

AeraSense is a sensor that accurately identifies fine particles that are even smaller than PM2.5 (including most common indoor airborne allergens). It then processes this information to ensure that the purifier’s settings are at the ideal level for current air conditions, and for continuous re-assurance. Then gives you feedback of real time indoor air quality by showing PM2.5 level.

Aerodynamic architecture boosts efficient airflow

Aerodynamic architecture boosts efficient airflow


Specifications

General Information
    Model
    AC2892/20
    Brand
    Philips
Air Purifier Operations
    Room Area Coverage
    925 Sq.ft.
    Auto Mode
    Yes
    Removes Air Pollutants
    Yes
    Clean Air Delivery Rate
    333
    Sleep Mode
    Yes
    Removes Dust Particles
    Yes
    Removes Bad Odour
    Yes
    Virus Germs Mold Spores Removal
    Yes
Power Details
    Power Consumption
    56 Watts
    Power Supply
    220 V
Physical Dimensions
    Width
    35.9 cms
    Height
    55.8 cms
    Outer Material
    Plastic
    Thickness
    24 cms
    Weight
    7700 grams
    Colour
    Beige
Additional Features
    Features
  • Aerasense PM2.5 sensor
  • Effective area - 24~41 m²
  • Fan speed indicators - Silent, Speed 1, 2, 3, Turbo
  • Sound level - 32-64 dB(A)
In The Box & Warranty
    Warranty
    2 Years
Manufacturing & Packing Information
    Commodity name
    AIR PURIFIER
    Country of origin
    China
    Name and address of Importer
    Philips India LtdGuang Dong
    Name of Seller
    Reliance Retail Ltd.
    Net Quantity
    1N
    Month and Year of Commodity First Manufactured/Imported/Packed
    August' 2018

FAQs

What does the PM2.5 indicator in my Philips Air Purifier mean?
PM2.5 is a scale for measuring real time air quality. Its values vary from 0 to 500.

The PM2.5 indication is connected to your Philips Purifier’s air quality ring light to inform you in real time about the quality of the ambient air.

The different colors indicate the following:

  • Blue: good.
  • Blue-violet: fair
  • Red-Purple: unhealthy
  • Red: very unhealthy

  • What do my Philips Air Purifier’s lights mean
    If you wonder what the air quality lights or ring lights of your Philips Air Purifier mean, please find out here.

    Air purifiers with air quality ring lights
    You can see the quality of air your Philips Air Purifier is cleaning using the air quality lights (see image below). The different colors indicate the following:

  • Blue: good.
  • Blue-violet: fair
  • Red-Purple: unhealthy
  • Red: very unhealthy

  • How and when should I clean/replace my Air Purifier’s filters and sensor?
    Find out here when and how you should clean or replace the pre-filter, the filters and the quality sensor of your Philips Air Purifier.

    Note: All images shown below are generic representations only; there can be some differences among specific appliances.


    * This Philips Clean Filter image image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


    When to clean the filters
    The filters (A and B in the image above) are not washable nor vacuum cleanable. These filters need to be replaced. Please check your manual to see the replacement indications for your specific purifier model.

    When to replace the filters
    When the filters (A and B in the image above) become dirty, they need to be replaced.

    Replace the multi-care filter, the activated carbon filter, and the HEPA filter when the respective indicators light up. Please check the user manual since every specific purifier will indicate this in a different way (e.g. some purifiers indicate this with a C7 indicator and other models indicate it with 2 ,3 or 4).

    When to clean the air quality sensor
    The air quality sensor (D in the image above) should be cleaned every two months.

    Please, check the cleaning instructions for your specific Air Purifier in your user manual.

    If you use your Philips Air Purifier in a dusty or high humidity environment, then please clean it more frequently.

    When to clean the pre-filter
    Your Philips Air Purifier’s pre-filter (C in the image shown above) is washable and should be cleaned every month to ensure its optimal functioning.

    You should clean the pre-filter when F0 is displayed on your air purifier’s display.

    To clean the pre-filter, please follow these steps:

  • Switch off the appliance and unplug it from the wall outlet.

  • Pull the bottom part of the panel (located at the front or at the back of your purifier, depending on your specific model) and remove it from the appliance (see image below).

  • Press the two clips down and pull the pre-filter towards you.

  • Wash the pre-filter under a running tap. If the pre-filter is very dirty, use a soft brush to brush away the dust.

  • Air dry the pre-filter until it is completely dry.


  • * This Philips Clean Filter image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.


    Should I reset my Philips Air Purifier after replacing a filter?
    Your Philips Air Purifier needs to be reset after each filter replacement. This is done to activate the counting system for the new filter(s).

    Also, your air purifier is equipped with a filter replacement alert. It warns you when the filter needs to be cleaned (pre-filter only) and replaced.

    If you do not reset the Air Purifier after replacing a new filter, the appliance will alert you to replace a filter.

    What filters should I use with my Philips Air Purifier?
    When you wonder which filters to use with your Philips Air Purifier, please find here if we can answer your questions

    Philips Air Purifier filters
    Your Philips Air Purifier comes with multiple filters, and warns you when a filter must be replaced: when one of the filters is almost full and has to be cleaned or replaced, the appropriate filter replacement light starts to flash to prompt you to replace that filter. That is how you know which filter to replace.
    Please find here what filter applies to your Philips Air Purifier

    Depending on the Air Purifier you have, you might see different types of filter replacement alert lights:

    A) Purifiers AC400x, AC401x, AC402x, AC407x, AC408x, ACP073x, ACP077x, ACP007x:

    Filter replacement light 1
    Filter replacement light 2
    Filter replacement light 3/4
    Filter replacement light 5
    See further explanations below.

    A) Purifiers AC400x, AC401x, AC402x, AC407x, AC408x, ACP073x, ACP077x, ACP007x:
    When filter replacement light 1 flashes (in red)
    The pre-filter needs to be cleaned. You can wash it under running tap and dry it completely it before installing it back. Alternatively, you can clean it using a vacuum cleaner.

    When the filter replacement light 2 is on or flashing (in red)
    When the filter replacement light 2 flashes or is on continuously, you need to replace the multi-care filter (for Air purifier AC4004 only). This filter cannot be washed. After replacement, make sure you reset your appliance

    The filter replacement light 3/4 is on (in red)
    The filter 3 (activated carbon filter) and filter 4 (HEPA filter) need to be replaced. After replacing them, make sure you reset your purifier. Please note that these filters cannot be washed.

    The filter replacement light 5 flashes (in red)
    This light indicates that the humidification filter should be replaced.

    If your purifier has a display screen, then it will show one of the following error codes:

    Codes A1 to A9:
    Replace NanoProtect S3 HEPA filter.

    Codes C1 to C9:
    Replace the NanoProtect S3 AC filter.

    Code: F0
    Clean the Pre-filter.

    What is the specification CADR in my Philips Air Purifier?
    If you would like to know what the specification CADR mentioned in your Philips Air Purifier’s package or leaflet is, read here about it.

    What is CADR?
    CADR stands for Clean Air Delivery Rate.

    It indicates the volume of filtered air delivered by your Philips Air Purifier. Your Air Purifier will run faster when the amount of particles, tobacco smoke, pollen and dust increases.

    Can I clean the filters and pre-filter of my Philips Air Purifier?
    You can clean or wash the pre-filter (indicated as C in the image below).

    The other filters (indicated as A and B in the image below) cannot be washed: they need to be replaced. Please check your user manual to see replacement indications specific for your model.

    What do the codes on my Philips Air Purifier mean?
    Your Philips Air Purifier gives you reassurance by displaying real-time indoor air quality codes. Discover what the codes mean.

    Meanings of codes in Philips Air Purifiers
    Depending on the Air Purifier model you have, you might find one or more of the following indicators or codes:

    Code: A
    Auto mode

    Code: L
    Child lock on

    Code: UL
    Child lock off

    Code: F0
    Clean the pre-filter

    Code: A0 to A9
    Replace NanoProtect S3 HEPA filter

    Code C0 to C9:
    Replace NanoProtect S3 AC filter

    Code SL
    Sleep Mode

    Code 1h:
    Timer mode

    Code t:
    Turbo Mode.

    Error Code: Er
    The hall sensor is not working properly. Remove and then reattach the front panel. If the error code “Er” still persists, we recommend you to contact us.

    Error code: E1 to E4
    The appliance has malfunctions. In this case, we recommend you to contact us.

    Can I clean the filters and pre-filter of my Philips Air Purifier?
    You can clean or wash the pre-filter (indicated as C in the image below).

    The other filters (indicated as A and B in the image below) cannot be washed: they need to be replaced. Please check your user manual to see replacement indications specific for your model.


    * This Philips Clean Filter image image is for illustration purpose only. Actual image may vary.