Model # RPD-501WP

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Whynter 50-Pint Portable Dehumidifier with Pump, ENERGY STAR
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Whynter

50-Pint Portable Dehumidifier with Pump, ENERGY STAR

$223.09 /each

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The Whynter Energy Star RPD-501WP portable dehumidifier is a high capacity unit with an outstanding capability of removing up to 50-Pints of moisture from the air per day. With its water pump drainage option, large internal reservoir and environmentally friendly design, this unit creates a very efficient and powerful companion to any home or workplace dealing with high levels of humidity. This portable dehumidifier can be continuously operated with 3 drainage options; manual drain, gravity drain and condensate pump drain. The condensate pump can pump out (and up) condensation water through the included 16.5 ft. drain for continuous water removal with approximately 15 ft. of vertical lift. The Whynter Energy Star RPD-501WP portable dehumidifier includes a 14-Pint bucket that can be removed and emptied. For low-temperature area usage, this portable dehumidifier has an auto defrost function to ensure moisture does not freeze and prevent further moisture extraction. As indicated by its Energy Star qualification for lower energy costs, the Whynter RPD-501WP provides cost-effective and energy-efficient operation, without sacrificing design and performance. Built for high capacity usage, this unit is suited for enclosed areas as large 3000 sq. ft.

  • Energy star certified 50-Pint (24 l) capacity dehumidifier
  • 14-Pint (7 l) removable water bucket
  • Condensate pump that pushes water up or over a longer distance; 16.5 ft. drain hose included for condensate pump drain
  • Direct drain option for continuous operation; 20 ft. drain hose included for gravity drainage
  • Auto-restart and auto-shutoff functions
  • Adjustable humidity range of 35 - 85% relative humidity
  • Low temperature operation (minimum ambient temperature low 40°F)
  • Auto-defrosting capability to prevent frost build-up inside unit
  • Dual fan speeds and 24 timer function
  • 2 in 1 silver-coated washable pre-filter combo
  • Handles and caster wheels for portability
  • Non ozone-depleting refrigerant: R410a
  • Air flow (at high speed): 320 m3/hour/188 CFM
  • Power consumption: 520-Watt/4.7 Amp
  • Direct drain option for continuous operation

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Name 50-Pint Portable Dehumidifier with Pump, ENERGY STAR 50-Pint Dehumidifier with Built in Pump and Energy Star 70 pt. Dehumidifier 50-Pint Dehumidifier
Brand Whynter SPT GE Honeywell
Ratings (79) (8) (1757) (21)
Moisture removal capacity (pints/day) 50 50 70 50
Pump Yes Yes No No
Drain hose connection Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bucket capacity (pints) 14 14.78 17.5 14.4
Color Family Whites Whites Grays Whites
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Customer Questions & Answers

Pump pumps water all over the floor.

Is there some secret to attaching the 16 foot drain line/
Asked by: pbug56
what is the secret to attaching the drain line so it does not leak water
Answered by: nan
Date published: 2016-11-13

Does this unit feature an AUTO setting that automatically shuts it on or off to maintain humidity level?

Asked by: Question12
Yes. I keep mine at 50% relative humidity and it stays within a range of 48% to 54%.
Answered by: HFD942
Date published: 2016-06-20

Does the unit automatically restart to previous settings after a power failure?

Asked by: Tom
It's supposed to. It does start up after taking out the bucket and returning it.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2016-11-18

How far will the pump push water?

We don't have a floor drain in our basement, so I am planning to have someone drill a hole through the basement wall to the outside and drain out via pvc tubing. Will the pump be strong enough to pump up around 15 feet (5 feet vertical)? I am wondering if I would be better off with a separate condenser pump. That way if one breaks I don't have to replace everything.
Asked by: Tink
I've got it running at five feet vertical and the whole 15 feet horizontal. It's mostly working fine, for these first few weeks.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2016-11-18
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