535538 2 Franklin Pumptec Manual User
User Manual: Pump 535538 2 Franklin Pumptec Manual
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Owners Manual Pumptec is a microcomputer microcomputer based based pump pump protection device that continuously continuously monitors motor load and power power line line conditions to provide protection protection against against dry well conditions, waterlogged waterlogged tanks, tanks, and abnormal line voltage conditions. conditions. Indicator lights provide complete complete system system status, which can be be easily easily viewed viewed without removing the cover. cover. Pumptec Pumptec interrupts power to the motor motor whenever whenever the motor load drops below a preset preset level or the load drops quickly. quickly. Pumptec is optimized to work with Franklin 2 & 3-wire single phase motors motors from 0.37 AnAn underload (dry 1/3 to- 1.1kW. 1-1/2 HP. underload (dry well) adjustment is provided provided to to address address unusual situations. Features Protection Features • Dry Well (Underload) • Over & Under Voltage • Rapid Cycle • Bound Pump Indicator Lights • Load • Voltage • Status Remote Control Features • Over & Under Load Settings • Over & Under Voltage Settings • Reset Time Settings • Fault History (Last 15 Faults) • System Status Monitor Other Features • Heavy Duty Relay • 115V/230V 50/60Hz Operation • Alarm Circuit Contacts Technical Specifications: Specifications: Model Number 5800020600 5800020600 kW Rating Rating Horsepower 0.37 1/3 to- 1.1 1.5 Voltage Rating 115V/230V Frequency 50/60Hz 50/60Hz Power Consumption 4W Response Time 3 Seconds Reset Time 2 to 120 min. (240 min. w/remote) w/remote) Motor Type Single Phase Induction Induction Run Run Alarm Contact Rating Rating 1 Amp 115V/230V Over/Under Voltage Voltage Time-out Time-out 2 minutes Operating Temperature Temperature Range Range -15ºF to 130ºF Note: Pumptec is not designed for use on permanent split capacitor (PSC) motors. Dry well protection occurs when pump suction is broken. Deadhead conditions may not always be detected due to variation in pump load characteristics Installation Instructions 1. Remove the cover from the Pumptec. 60 min 120 min Timeout 2 min 30 min 15 min 80% Underload Trip %SFL 40% en e S sitive or 70% 60% ¼ 90% 2. IIff you will be running a 1.5HP 1.1kW motor, motor, move move the the circuit circuitboard boardjumper jumper to the 1.1kW position as as shown shown in in Figure Figure 1. 1. 1.5HP position 1/3HP - 1.1kW) 1/3 HP––1HP 1 HP(0.37 Setting Setting (Factory(Factory default)default) M 1.5HP 1.5 HP(1.1kW) Setting Setting Figure 1: C ircuit board jumper Circuit for 1.5HP motors (1.1kW) motors 2 2 3. Mount the unit in a location convenient for wiring. 4. Turn off power at the AC source. 5. Pumptec may be wired upstream or downstream of the control switch for 2-wire and 3-wire motors. Select an installation option from figures 2A and 2B. Pumptec Control Switch Pump L1 L2 Motor GND Pumptec Control Switch Pump L1 L2 Motor GND Figure 2A: 2-Wire Motor Installation Options Pumptec Control Box Control Switch Pump L1 L2 Motor GND Pumptec Control Box Control Switch L1 L2 Pump Motor GND Figure 2B: 3-Wire Motor Installation Options 3 3 6. Connect wires to the Pumptec as shown in Figure 3. Power is connected the same way regardless of the line voltage. Alarm Contacts Alarm L2 Alarm (1 A Max.) Motor GND GND L1 GND L1 L2 To 2-wire Motor or 3-wire control box 115V or 230V From power source or control switch Figure 3: Wiring Connections en e S sitive or 70% ¼ M 7. Set the time-out adjustment to the desired position. The factory setting is 30 minutes, see Figure 4*. 60% 80% 90% 40% Underload Trip %SFL 30 min 15 min 60 min 2 min 120 min Underload sensitivity (Full clockwise for remote) Factory setting = 70% Reset time adjustment (Full clockwise for remote) Factory setting = 30 minutes Timeout Figure 4: Timeout and Trip Sensitivity Settings 8. The factory underload setting of 70% should not require any adjustment. 4 4 9. Wire in alarm circuit, if desired. 10. Replace cover and secure cover screw. 11. Turn AC power back on. *Note: If you will be using IR remote control to set the underload and the time-out settings, set the appropriate adjustment knobs to the “Remote” position (fully clockwise position). See Figure 4. The initial remote settings are the same as the factory presets - 70% for underload and 30 minutes for the underload timeout. The underload adjustment is preset at the factory to detect underload (dry well) conditions on most systems. In general, there is no need to adjust this setting. For more precise Control and Data Logging features, request the free software for your Palm/Pocket PC. 5 5 Operation Operation Pumptec Pumptechas hasthree threeindicator indicatorlights lightslabeled labeledPOWER, POWER,LOAD LOADand andVOLTAGE. VOLTAGE. IfIfthe thePumptec Pumptecisisconnected connectedupstream upstreamofofthe thepressure pressureswitch, switch,the thesystem system status statuscan canbe bedetermined determinedfrom fromthese theseindicator indicatorlights lightsatatany anytime. time.When When wired wireddown downstream streamofofthe thecontrol controlswitch, switch,no nostatus statuswill willbe bedisplayed displayed when whenthe thecontrol controlswitch switchisisopen. open. Power PowerIndicator IndicatorLight Light IfIfsolid, solid,the thePumptec Pumptechas haspower powerand andthe thesystem systemisisidle. idle.InInthis thisstate, state,the the motor motorisisnot notrunning runningand andthe thePumptec Pumptecisiswaiting waitingfor forthe thecontrol controldevice device (i.e. (i.e.pressure pressureswitch) switch)totoclose closeand andturn turnon onthe themotor. motor. When Whenflfl ashing, ashing,the thesystem systemisispumping pumpingwater waterand andrunning runningnormally. normally. Load LoadIndicator IndicatorLight Light When Whenthe theload loadlight lightisissolid, solid,aadry drywell well(underload) (underload)condition conditionhas has occurred. occurred.The ThePumptec Pumptecwill willwait waitthe theduration durationofofthe thereset resettime-out time-out period periodbefore beforeattempting attemptingtotorestart restartthe themotor. motor. AAflfl ashing ashingload loadlight light indicatesan anoverload overloadcondition conditionhas hasoccurred. occurred. t*indicates The Theunit unitmust mustbe bemanually manuallyreset resetby byremoving removingpower powerfor for10 10seconds. seconds. An Anoverload overloadcondition conditionoccurs occurswhen whenthe themotor motorcurrent currenthas hasbecome become excessively excessivelyhigh. high. Voltage VoltageIndicator IndicatorLight Light When Whenthe thevoltage voltagelight lightisissolid, solid,an anunder undervoltage voltagecondition conditionhas hasbeen been detected. detected.The Theunder undervoltage voltagetrip tripisisfactory factorypreset presettoto203 203volts. volts.The The remote remotecontrol controlfeature featuremay maybe beused usedtotoalter alterthe theunder undervoltage voltagetrip trip point. point. When Whenthe thevoltage voltagelight lightisisflfl ashing, ashing,an anover overvoltage voltagefault faulthas hasbeen been detected. detected.The Theover overvoltage voltagetrip tripisisfactory factorypreset presettoto253 253volts. volts.The Theremote remote control controlfeature featuremay maybe beused usedtotoalter alterthe theover overvoltage voltagetrip trippoint. point. After Afteraavoltage voltagefault faulthas hasoccurred, occurred,Pumptec Pumptecwill willcheck checkthe theline linevoltage voltage every everytwo twominutes minutesand andwill willreset resetwhen whenthe theline linevoltage voltagereturns returnstotothe the normal normalrange. range. Load Load&&Voltage VoltageIndicator IndicatorLights LightsFlashing Flashing When Whenboth boththe theload loadand andvoltage voltageindicator indicatorlights lightsare areflfl ashing ashingtogether together aa“Rapid “RapidCycle” Cycle”condition conditionhas hasoccurred. occurred.The ThePumptec Pumptecwill willreset resetafter afterx x minutes. minutes. * (1/2 second on, 1/2 second off) 6 66 Troubleshooting Remote Control A Pocket PC with an infrared port may be used to monitor the motor/ pump system performance and adjust the Pumptec trip points. When dealing with unusual installations, the system monitor and underload adjustment remote control features allow quick diagnosis of system problems. No Lights No power is applied to the Pumptec. Check for voltage at the L1 and L2 connections. If Pumptec is wired downstream of the control switch, the control switch may be open. Solid Load Light Pumptec has detected a dry well or underload condition. A. Make sure the pump and motor are matched correctly. B. Check for a blocked pump intake or stuck check valve. C. The coupling between the motor & pump may be stripped. D. Blocked plumbing or stuck check valve may be causing a deadhead condition. E. The underload sensitivity knob may be adjusted in cases where the unit is too sensitive. After adjustment, check to insure the unit still is able to detect a dry well condition. Flashing Load Light* The system is drawing excessive current. A. The motor is stalled or there is a ground fault. Solid or Flashing Voltage Light The line voltage is too high or too low. A. An unloaded generator can cause a high line condition. B. Low line conditions can be caused by loose connections. C. Report persistent high or low line voltages to the power company. Flashing Voltage & Load Lights Rapid Cycle condition has occurred. A. Check for a waterlogged pressure tank. B. A bobbing float switch may cause rapid cycling. 7 7 Franklin Electric (Aust) Pty Ltd 106-110 Micro Circuit Dandenong South, Vic 3175 Tel: +61 3 9799 5000 Toll Free: 1300 FRANKLIN franklin-electric.com.au TOLL FREE HELP FROM A FRIEND Phone Franklin’s toll-free Submersible SERVICE HOTLINE for answers to your installation questions. When you call, a Franklin expert will offer assistance in troubleshooting your pump protection system and provide immediate answers to your motor application questions. FE211 02/08
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