Yes, this is the electrical ratings that it is certified to.
The program setting once power is supplied back will pick up where it left off. There is no battery back up in this unit.
There's a lot more to eliminating moisture than just installing a filter. The air distribution piping must be carefully designed to cool and condense the water vapor before the filter(s) (the filters can't remove water vapor), the pipe run must be sloped away from the compressor with a drain valve at the end, take-offs and and risers must be installed properly, etc. If you don't do this right you can definitely have moisture problems.
Thank you for your response. Correct for some models there is protective caps that you can remove that cover the adjustment screws where markings are placed.
It is possible to do what you are asking but additional fittings will be needed. You will need to do a cross-over pipe of some sort to connect both drains with a “T” fitting. You will need to use a pipe union fitting at some point to allow the thing to be tightened together. Then the ¼” NPT elbow from the Auto Tank Drain Kit would tighten into the “T” fitting. The parts needed would be available in the hardware section at your nearest Home Depot Store.
No, this is not normal. Please try unplugging the unit and hitting the test button. If that doesn't close the button, please contact our service number at 888.895.4549 for additional assistance.
It is a Male 1/4" NPT Thread.