MODELS 770 and 790 BOOSTER SYSTEMS INSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

MODELS 770 and 790 BOOSTER SYSTEMS INSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION MANUAL
Standard 770 Duplex System with Horizontal Pumps
Standard 790 Packaged System
MODELS 770 and 790
BOOSTER SYSTEMS
INSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION MANUAL
NOTE! To the installer: Please make sure you provide this manual to the owner of the equip­ment or to the responsible
party who maintains the system.
Part # A-03-255 | © 2012 Pentair Ltd. | 12/01/12
MODELS 770, 790
BOOSTER SYSTEMS
INSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION MANUAL
ATTENTION:
SAFETY
WARNINGS:
CALIFORNIA
PROPOSITION
65 WARNING:
MODELS 770, 790
BOOSTER SYSTEMS
Read and understand
warnings
before
installation
or servicThisallproduct
and
related
accessories
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pump.
contain
chemicals known to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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ATTENTION: SAFETY WARNINGS:
Read and understand all warnings before installation or servicing pump.
Standard 770 Duplex System with Horizontal Pumps
Standard 770 Duplex System with Horizontal Pumps
SYSTEM RECEIPT INSPECTION:
• Inspect system and components for signs of damage during
shipment.
• Check system for missing parts.
• Check Standard
system for
parts.
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Duplex
System with Horizontal Pumps
SYSTEM
SYSTEM INSTALLATION:
RECEIPT INSPECTION:
•Mount
anchor
in properly
prepared
location.
• Inspectand
system
andsystem
components
for signs
of damage
during
-Verify
system
is
level
and
piping
aligned
with building
shipment.
system
• Checkpiping.
system for missing parts.
•Connect
building
pipingparts.
to booster system, ensure no pipe
• Check system
for loose
stress is transferred to booster system.
•Ensure
system
disconnect switch is in the off position.
SYSTEM
INSTALLATION:
•Ensure and
pump
H-O-A
switches
are in OFF.
•Mount
anchor
system
in properly
prepared location.
•Have -Verify
qualified
electrician
route
to aligned
system control
panel.
system is level andpower
piping
with building
• Grout piping.
system base using a "non-shrinking" grout.
system
• Route pump
thermal
relief
valve discharges
to appropriate
•Connect
building
piping
to booster
system, ensure
no pipe
floor drain.
stress
is transferred to booster system.
•If system
includes
the optional,
tank,
•Ensure
system
disconnect
switch remote
is in thehydropneumatic
off position.
install tank
in aH-O-A
suitable
locationareand
connect to booster system
•Ensure
pump
switches
in OFF.
manifold.
•Have
qualified electrician route power to system control panel.
• Grout system base using a "non-shrinking" grout.
• Route pump thermalCAUTION
relief valve discharges to appropriate
floor drain.
•If system includes the optional, remote hydropneumatic tank,
Hydropneumatic
tank is location
shipped and
fromconnect
the factory
with the
isoinstall
tank in a suitable
to booster
system
lation
valve
closed.
Tank
MUST
be
pre-charged
to
system
presmanifold.
sure with air prior to opening isolation valve and admitting
water.
CAUTION
Hydropneumatic tank is shipped from the factory with the isolation valve closed. Tank MUST be pre-charged to system pressure with air prior to opening isolation valve and admitting
water.
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SYSTEM STARTUP:
•Open all system isolation valves.
•Slowly open booster system supply from building system.
•Open the petcocks on pumps and system manifolds to allow
air to bleed
from system.
Standard
770 Duplex System with Horizontal Pumps
•Turn booster control panel disconnect to ON.
•Jog pumpSTARTUP:
motor #1 and observe direction of rotation. Take
SYSTEM
corrective
action as
required.
•Open all system
isolation
valves.
•Jog
pump
motor
#2
and observe
of rotation.
•Slowly open booster system
supply direction
from building
system. Take
corrective
as required.
•Open the action
petcocks
on pumps and system manifolds to allow
•Turn
pumpfrom
#1 H-O-A
air to bleed
system.switch to the hand position. Bleed air
from
pressure
reducing
valve at the
highest point on the
•Turn the
booster
control
panel disconnect
to ON.
valve
by
opening
any
fitting.
•Jog pump motor #1 and observe direction of rotation. Take
•Place
pump
#1 H-O-A
switch to OFF.
corrective
action
as required.
•Turn
Pump
#2
H-O-A
switch
to the
hand position.
Bleed
air
•Jog pump motor #2 and
observe
direction
of rotation.
Take
from
the pressure
corrective
action as reducing
required. valve at the highest point on the
valve
opening
any fitting.
•Turn by
pump
#1 H-O-A
switch to the hand position. Bleed air
•After
all pressure
air is bledreducing
from thevalve
system,
systempoint
in operation
from the
at place
the highest
on the
by
placing
both
pump
H-O-A
switches
to
AUTO.
valve by opening any fitting.
•Place pump #1 H-O-A switch to OFF.
OPERATION:
•Turn Pump #2 H-O-A switch to the hand position. Bleed air
from the pressure reducing NOTE
valve at the highest point on the
Aurora
are tested and adjusted at the factory
valve bybooster
openingsystems
any fitting.
prior
System
pressure
switches
are factory
adjusted
•Aftertoallshipment.
air is bled
from the
system,
place system
in operation
to
the
specifications
provided
at
time
of
order.
by placing both pump H-O-A switches to AUTO.
NOTE
OPERATION:
Failure to properly vent system
could result in erratic or sluggish
NOTE
operation
due
to
air
trapped
in
the
system
PRVs. at the factory
Aurora booster systems are tested
and adjusted
prior to shipment. System pressure switches are factory adjusted
OPERATION
(NOprovided
TANK):at time of order.
to the specifications
When pump H-O-A switches are placed in AUTO, the lead pump
will run continuously to maintain
system pressure.
NOTE
Failure to properly vent system could result in erratic or sluggish
Check system
pressure
with
pump
#1 running. The low
operation
due tosuction
air trapped
in the
system
PRVs.
suction pressure switch is typically set at the factory at 5 psi OFF
and 20 psi ON.(NO
The TANK):
pressure switch setting can be changed as
OPERATION
When pump H-O-A switches are placed in AUTO, the lead pump
will run continuously to maintain system pressure.
Check system suction pressure with pump #1 running. The low
suction pressure switch is typically set at the factory at 5 psi OFF
and 20 psi ON. The pressure switch setting can be changed as
MODELS 770-790
needed for the field condition. (See Controller Operation,
Appendix A)
When flow demands increase beyond the pump design point the
system pressure will begin to decrease.
The low system pressure switch is typically set at the factory at
10 psi below system pressure. The pressure switch setting can be
changed as needed for the field conditions.
When system pressure reaches the pre-determined set point, the
lag pump starts in response to the lower pressure. The lag pump
will run as required until flow demand decreases and system
pressure rises above the set point. When system pressure reaches
the set point the lag pump will shutdown automatically and the
lead pump will continue to run. During periods of low system
demand/shutoff operation both pumps are provided with a thermal relief valve for protection. (See Controller Operation,
Appendix A)
OPERATION (WITH OPTIONAL TANK):
When pump H-O-A switches are placed in AUTO, the tank
pressure switch sequences the lead pump under no flow condition. The tank fills to its capacity and tank pressure starts to
build up. This increase in tank pressure will stop the lead pump
when the pre-determined set point is reached and after the minimum run time is satisfied. The tank will supply all "leak" loads.
As tank pressure drops due to further system demands the lead
pump will start after a time delay. The tank switch will continue
to cycle the lead pump off and on as required to maintain
tank/system pressure.
NOTE
Tank pressure switch high set point must be lower than the pump
shutoff head.
Set the tank pressure switch high set point 5 psi above system
pressure. Set the tank pressure switch low set point to normal system pressure.
Check system suction pressure with pump #1 running. The low
suction pressure switch is typically set at the factory at 5 psi OFF
and 20 psi ON. The pressure switch setting can be changed as
needed for the field condition. (See Controller Operation,
Appendix A)
With the lead pump running if the system pressure continues to
fall due to flow demands the lag pump will start and run with the
lead pump until the system demand is satisfied and the minimum
run time setting is met. Pumps stop in the reverse order.
The low system pressure switch is typically set at the factory at
10 psi below system pressure. The pressure switch setting can be
changed as needed for the field conditions.
In the event of tank pressure switch failure both pumps are provided with a thermal relief valve for protection.
APPENDIX A
APPLICATION:
Standard (Typical) Systems: These controllers are used to control one or more pump motors. On multiple pump installations,
the pumps may be equal in size (horsepower) or may be different sizes. The most common systems are duplex systems with
one small and one larger pump and triplex systems with one
small and two larger motors, where the larger motors are typically of the same size. In standard units where one pump is
smaller than the other(s) it is meant to run continuously. If it is
in a duplex system, the pumps won't be alternated from Lead to
Lag.
Alternation schemes:
Equal Size Pumps:
Yes for Duplex (both), and Triplex (all three).
Unequal Size Pumps:
No for Duplex, Yes for Triplex (Pumps #2 and #3). Pump #1
(the smaller pump) runs continuously.
Pressure Regulated Systems: Standard systems utilize a pressure regulating valve (PRV) for each pump. The pump motor
controller responds to the system pressure to start and stop (control) the pump or pumps. When the system pressure drops
below a preset amount, usually just below the PRV setting(s),
the controller causes the next pump to start. When the pressure
rises sufficiently, the controller stops the last pump started, usu-
Standard 790 Packaged System
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APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
ally after a minimum running interval. A low pressure alarm
and shutdown is included in standard systems to protect the
pump(s) form running dry or cavitating on absent or low inlet
pressure.
the overload element. Briefly, the Overload Relay is sized to
allow initial starting currents while protecting the motor from
excessive long starting currents or excessive running currents.
(See Installation Instructions - Protection for proper sizing).
OPTIONAL SYSTEMS
Power Available Light: A Power Available pilot light (L1) indicates then the disconnect switch (DS) or main circuit breaker is
closed, and when power is supplied to the unit and when the
CPT primary and secondary fuses are not blown.
Pressure Transducer Systems: The controller uses a solid state
pressure transducer to control the operation (starting and stopping) of the motor(s). This takes the place of the System
Pressure Switch. The transducer signal is connected to the PLC
which has programmable start and stop set points. When the
system pressure drops below the preset pressure, usually just
below the PRV setting(s), the controller causes the next pump to
start. Rising pressure causes the controller to cycle the pump(s)
off.
Pressure Tank Systems: The booster pump system (package)
may include an optional pressure tank to improve system performance. In this case the controller responds to pressure in the
tank to maintain the tank pressure at a level above the system
pressure in order to provide adequate pressure to the pressure
regulating valve or valves. When the pressure rises sufficiently,
the controller stops the last pump started, normally after a minimum running interval.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
General: These units control one or more booster pump motors
to maintain the pressure in a system within a selected range.
This is accomplished with a pressure switch which has a fixed
differential (4 lbs @ 100psi). Refer to the wiring or schematic
diagram for details. Standard units have one or more motor
starters, a Control Power Transformer (CPT) and secondary and
dual primary fuses for same. Standard units include a PLC for
logic sequencing, timing and control. Standard units also
include an audible alarm, which can be silenced, and one or
more visual alarm lights. The standard unit also includes one or
more Pump Running signal lights, L2 & etc.
Power Wiring: The input lines (mains) connect to the top of the
Disconnect Switch (DS) or Circuit Breaker CB. Power flows
through the short circuit protection motor Line (Mains) Fuses
1F & etc., or Circuit Breaker CB, and then to the Motor Starter,
which is horsepower rated. The Motor Starter consists of Motor
Contactor (1M & etc.) and Overload Relay OL-1 & etc.. When
the Motor Contactor Coil 1M, or etc., is energized, Motor
Contactor 1M contacts close to feed power through the
Overload Relay to its output terminals where the motor is connected. This energizes the motor to start the pump.
Control Transformer: Control power is supplied by a Control
Power Transformer (CPT). Its primary is supplied by two primary side line fuses. The secondary output of the transformer is
protected by a secondary fuse. See the controller Schematic
Diagram for the fuse designations. Secondary control power is
115 Vac (110 - 120 Vac) at 50 or 60 Hz depending on the line
(mains) frequency. Secondary power is used for the motor contactor coils, indicator (pilot) lights, audible alarm, the PLC and
any additional control relays or components.
Overload Relay: The Overload Relay furnished in the motor
starter provide protection from excessive currents. The overload relay has been sized and set to trip open when the motor
exceeds 125% of the Full Load Current (FLA) multiplied by the
rated Service Factor (SF). Trip times vary depending on the
magnitude of the current overload, the number of previous
starts, the ambient temperature of the controller, and the size of
Warning:
Use care when using the MANUAL (MAN) position of the
control switch to avoid causing system Over Pressure.
Control Selector Switch: One selector switch, HOA-1 & etc., is
included for each motor. The switch includes a "MAN"
(Manual, Hand) position, an "OFF"(Safety) position, and an
"AUTO" (Automatic Control) position. In the manual position,
the Pressure Switch and all automatic control is bypassed so the
contactor coil is continuously energized by the selector switch.
The Overload Relay contacts also override the manual position
to protect the motor.
"OFF" (Safety) Position: In the "OFF" position, the Motor
Contactor coil is de-energized to prevent the motor from running.
Warning:
Use care when using the MANUAL (MAN) position of the
control switch to avoid causing system Over Pressure.
"MAN" Position (Manual Control): Control power wiring is
tapped off the incoming power on the load (down-stream) side
of the Line Fuses or Circuit Breaker. It is routed to the three
position (Auto-Off-Manual) selector switch. In the manual
position, the all pressure switches and all automatic control is
bypassed so the contactor coil is continuously energized by the
selector switch. The Overload Relay contacts also override the
manual position to protect the motor. The Minimum Run Timer
does not operate with the selector switch in the MANUAL position.
"AUTO" (Automatic Control) Position: In this position, the
motor starter is connected to the appropriate output terminal of
the PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) which enables automatic control of the pump motor by the PLC. Note that overload relay operation is independent of the PLC or any other
control circuitry to protect the motor.
Motor Running Light(s): The Pump 1 Running light activates
when ever the motor contactor (starter) for Motor No. 1 is
closed under either manual or automatic control.
AUTOMATIC (PLC) CONTROL
Alarm Circuit: The standard unit includes alarm circuitry to
annunciate failure or fault conditions. The standard alarm condition is Low Suction Pressure as sensed by the Low Suction
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APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
Pressure switch (PS-1). When the pressure drops to less than
the trip setting of this pressure switch, it's contacts close. This
signals the PLC that the condition has occurred. The PLC activates the Low Suction Audible Alarm. The standard audible
device is a solid state (Sonalert) annunciator. The PLC also
activates a Low Suction alarm signal light. The alarm can be
silenced by momentarily operating the Alarm Silence switch
(SW-1) which signals the PLC to de-activate the audible alarm.
The alarm light stays lit until the Low Suction Pressure switch
resets. The alarm circuit resets itself and re-activates on the
next occurrence of low suction pressure.
motor actual running time.
General: In the AUTO position, motor operation is under the
control of the PLC. The PLC utilizes an internally stored program to control the operation (starting and stopping) of the
motor. The PLC responds to the Low Suction Pressure switch
and to System Pressure Switch as a minimum. The PLC program also includes various timing functions as outlined below.
CONTROLLER SET-UP AND ADJUSTMENTS
Pressure Sensing: The standard unit is pressure controlled by
sensing either the system pressure or by sensing the pressure in
a tank, if supplied. Multiple pump systems (Duplex & Triplex)
may employ equal size pumps or one pump may be smaller than
the others.
Alternation: The standard system employs one smaller pump
and one or more later pumps. If there is more than one larger
pump (Triplex) they are usually equal in size to one another.
The small pump is meant to run continuously. The controller
cycles the larger pump or pumps as needed to maintain system
pressure. Alternation of the pumps in not used in Duplex systems of this type. The smaller pump which runs continuously is
considered the "Lead" pump and the other pump or pumps are
considered the "Lag" pump or pumps.
When all pumps are of the same size, a duplex controller may
be set up to alternate which of the two, or more) pumps operates
as the Lead pump and which pump or pumps operates as the
Lag pump or pumps.
Minimum Run Timing: The standard unit includes timers to
control the Minimum Running time of the pump or pumps to
prevent short cycling of the pump motor(s). This avoids overheating the motors which can occur if they are started too frequently. This allows the motor fan to cool down the motor
windings from the last start before the pump is shut down.
Restart Delay Timing: The Restart delay prevents starting a
pump which is still spinning down from the last running. This
can occur when the demand is less than needed for the pump
but more than what can be supplied by the other pump(s). In
this case, when the pump shuts down, the pressure can drop
rapidly enough to immediately signal the pump to start again. If
the pump is still spinning, this can cause mechanical shock to
the pump and motor and can also cause large spikes (momentarily large transient) currents which can blow fuses or trip circuit
breakers. This occurs when the motor magnetic flux vector
angle is out of phase with the power line phase angle by large
enough difference. The Restart delay lets the motor come to
rest or near rest which also allows the motor magnetic flux to
decay. In this state, the motor can be safely restarted with out
excessive transients and mechanical shock.
Alternation Times: Note: The Alternation Times apply only to
controllers for two or more motors (Duplex & Triplex). The
Alternation Time is the clock time that must elapse before the
PLC changes the pump from being a Leading pump into a
Lagging pump. The Alternation Times are independent of the
Alternator Overlap Time: When one or more pumps are not
running, alternating the pumps can cause a momentary pressure
drop when the running pump spins down before the other pump
comes up to full speed. The overlap timer is an over run timer
that causes a delay before the pump is shut down. This allows
the second pump to come up to full speed while the first pump
continues to run. After a typical setting of a few seconds, the
controller shuts down the first pump if it is not needed for the
system demand.
Preliminary Steps: Before attempting to adjust the pressure
switch in pressure controlled systems, adjust the pump pressure
regulating valves for the desired system pressure(s). Remove
the covers from the pressure switch(s). A system pressure
gauge is required for setting the System Pressure Switch.
Warning: Shock Hazard
Some settings require observing or adjusting PLC settings
and LED indicators. Use Caution to avoid contact with any
electrical terminals, fuses, or connections to avoid electrical
shock.
Timer (TIM) Settings: Note: Changing the timers requires one
of three procedures. 1) The times are set at the factory using a
lap-top computer with the appropriate program and communications cable, or 2) an optional memory chip can be programmed
at the factory for the new times and added to the PLC in question, or 3) an HMI display and setting module can be installed
onto the PLC for the purpose of changing the timer settings.
Contact the factory for details on how this module is used. All
timer settings are in seconds. The standard timers are factory
set at the following settings:
T0 + T9 = Alternation Time on Pump # 2 = 24hr.
(Note: T0(65535sec) + T9(20865sec) = 86400 seconds = 24 Hours)
T1 + T10 = Alternation Time on Pump # 1 = 24hr.
(Note: T1(65535sec) + T10(20865sec) = 86400 seconds = 24 Hours)
T3 = System Pressure Start Delay = 2 Seconds.
(Motor Restart Delay)
T4 = Pump # 1 Alternation Overlap Time = 5 Seconds.
(Pump Over-run Timer)
T5 = System Pressure Minimum Run Time = 4 Minutes.
T6 = Pump # 2 Alternation Overlap Time = 5 Seconds.
(Pump Over-run Timer)
Low Pressure (Cut-Off) Pressure Switch: Set the pressure
switch to the desired cut-off pressure as indicated on the indicator dial. One example of a setting for a booster pump drawing
suction from a municipal main would be 20 to 30 psi for the trip
point of this switch.
Pressure Switch Set-up: To set the System Pressure switch (PS2) remove its cover. Start the (lead) pump manually ("MAN"
position) and modulate the system flow until the pressure drops
just below the desired set point. Adjust the pressure switch On
(Start) adjustment until the Input I-0 LED on the PLC lights.
Set the pressure switch Off (Stop) setting as close as practical to
the On setting. Typical settings on a 100 PSI nominal system
would be trip (start) at 98 psi and reset at 102 psi. Verify the
settings by modulating the system flow and observe when the
PLC Input I-0 LED actuates and extinguishes.
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APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
SYMBOL
DS
DS
DS
---
PART NO.
302400
302401
302402
400939
DESCRIPTION
Disconnect Switch, 600 Vac, 30/40 Amp
Disconnect Switch, 600 Vac, 60/80 Amp
Disconnect Switch, 600 Vac, 100 Amp
Disconnect Switch Handle Operator only,
HOA
---
401199
401992
Auto-Off-Manual Selector Switch
Contact Block (N.O.)
PS*
PS4
305420
305421
Standard Pressure Switch
Tank Pressure Switch
PLC
305580
Programmable Logic Controller
-----
305040
305041
Control Power Transformer, 50 VA, 208/240/460 Vac
Control Power Transformer, 50 VA, 208/380/575 Vac
Note:
NOTES
(Internal Switch only)
(Internal Switch only)
(Internal Switch only)
(30 thru 100 Amp)
(standard units only)
One or more renewal parts such as fuses, heaters, contacts, and etc. may be obtained from local electrical distributor(s).
IMPORTANT:
When ordering replacement parts, be sure to specify the complete MODEL NUMBER and SERIAL NUMBER of
controller in which they are to be used.
SERVICE AND ASSISTANCE:
Contact either the Aurora Pump field agent or Factory customer Service for assistance. The factory can be contacted at the address and
numbers show below.
Aurora Pump
800 Airport Road
North Aurora, IL 60542 USA
Phone: 630-859-7000 Fax: 630-859-7034
Web Page: http://www.aurorapump.com
Email: [email protected]
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APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
POWER
AVAILABLE
PUMP 1
RUNNING
PUMP 2
RUNNING
LOW SUCTIO
N
PRESSURE
ALARM
SILENCE
PUMP 1
HAND
PUMP 2
OFF
AUTO
LOW SUCTIO
PRESSURE SWN
ITCH
PS - 1
HAND
OFF
AUTO
SYSTEM
PRESSURE SW
ITCH
PS - 2
R
LISTED
Notes:
Enclosure: 16 Guage Sheet Steel
Finish: Grey Baked Enamel
Application: For Indoor Use. NEMA 1
Mounting: Wall Mount
Max. Shipping Weight: 42 lbs. (20kg)
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APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
DS
1
2
To 3Ø AC
Supply
(Branch
Ck t
Protection
Req'd)
3
4
5
6
L1
L2
T1
L1
T1
L1
T1
T2
2F
L2
T2
L2
T2
3F
L3
T3
L3
T3
T3
L3
OL-1
1M
1F
MOTOR-1
MTR-1
38
OL-2
7
2M
8
4F
L1
T1
L1
T1
9
5F
L2
T2
L2
T2
10
6F
L3
T3
L3
T3
11
(13)
7F
8F
(14)
MTR-2
44
12
13
MOTOR-2
480Vac
14
15
16
H1
H4
X1
XFMR-1
X2
120Vac
(17)
17
(16)
9F
(17)
L1
18
W
POWER
AVAILABLE
1M
19
L2
(18)
(17)
13
20
L3
(19)
(17)
13
22
23
G
14
2M
21
(16)
14
G
PUMP 1
RUNNING
PUMP 2
RUNNING
(16)
(16)
(17)
24
PLC
25
(17)
26
L
27
(20)
28
(21)
29
30
31
(20)
32
LOW SUCTION
(PS-1)
24VDC
ComO
34
(20)
35
3
Q-0
(27)
Q-1
(28)
L4
R
LOW
SUCTION
(16)
I-1
ALARM
SILENCE
(SW-1)
33
(17)
0V
DC IN
Com
(22)
N
4
(23)
ALARM
HORN
(16)
I-2
36
37
(20)
38
SYSTEM
(PS-2)
(24)
MAN HOA-1
(SW-2)
1-0
39
Q-2
O/L-1
(31)
(29)
A1
1M
A2
(33)
(95)
(16)
(96)
3,4,5,19
CONTACTOR
MOTOR-1
AUTO
40
41
Notes:
42
Internal PLC Timers (in Sec.)
Factory settings:
T0+9 = Alternation Time on Pump 2
(24 hrs)
T1+T10 = Alternation Time on Pump 1 (24 hrs)
T3 = System Pressure Start Delay
(2sec)
T4 = Pump 1 Alternation Time Overlap (5sec)
T5 = System Pressure Minimum Run
(4min)
T6 = Pump 2 Alternatin Time Overlap (5 sec)
43
44
45
46
47
48
I-3
(17)
Q-3
(30)
OFF
MAN HOA-2
(SW-3)
AUTO
O/L-2
(32)
A1
2M
A2
(34)
(95)
(16)
(96)
9,10,11,21
CONTACTOR
MOTOR-2
GND
R
LISTED
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APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
POWER
AVAILABLE
LOW SUCTIO
PRESSURE SWN
ITCH
PS - 1
PUMP 1
RUNNING
PUMP 2
RUNNING
LOW SUCTIO
N
PRESSURE
ALARM
SILENCE
PUMP 1
HAND
PUMP 2
OFF
AUTO
R
LISTED
PUMP 3
RUNNING
HAND
SYSTEM
PRESSURE SW
ITCH
PS - 2
PUMP 3
OFF
AUTO
HAND
OFF
AUTO
Notes:
Enclosure: 16 Guage Sheet Steel
Finish: Grey Baked Enamel
Application: For Indoor Use. NEMA 1
Mounting: Wall Mount
Max. Shipping Weight: 42 lbs. (20kg)
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9
APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
DS
1
2
To 3Ø AC
Supply
(Branch
Ck t
Protection
Req'd)
3
4
5
6
OL-1
7
MOTOR-1
8
9
MTR-1
10
L1
L2
L1
T1
L1
T1
T2
5F
L2
T2
L2
T2
T3
L3
T3
6F
L3
MTR-2
35 . 41
1M
L1
T1
L1
1F
10F
L1
T2
L2
T2
L2
2F
11F
T3
L3
T3
L3
3F
12F
11
(13)
7F
OL-3
3M
T1
8F
13
MOTOR-3
T1
L1
T1
L2
T2
L2
T2
L3
T3
L3
T3
(14)
MTR-3
43. 42
36. 35
12
MOTOR-2
T1
T3
L3
OL-2
2M
4F
480Vac
14
H1
H4
X1
XFMR-1
X2
15
16
120Vac
(17)
17
(16)
L1
9F
(17)
18
W
1M
19
(17)
2M
13
23
L3
(19)
(17)
22
(16)
L2
(18)
14
13
20
21
POWER
AVAILABLE
14
3M
G
13
24
PUMP 1
RUNNING
PUMP 2
RUNNING
(16)
(16)
L8
(42)
(17)
G
G
PUMP 3
RUNNING
R
LOW
SUCTION
14
(16)
PLC
25
26
(17)
L
27
(20)
28
(21)
29
24VDC
0V
N
ComO
Com1
(17)
(17)
30
31
32
(20)
DC IN
Com
LOW SUCTION
(PS-1)
(22)
33
(20)
35
(23)
Q-2
38
(20)
SYSTEM
(PS-2)
(24)
39
MAN
(17)
I-2
36
37
ALARM
HORN
(28)
Q-1
4
3
Internal PLC Timers (in Sec.)
I-3
(29)
OFF
Q-3
46
47
48
(2sec)
(6min)
(4min)
(12sec)
(17)
Q-4
MAN HOA-2
(SW-3)
A2
(16)
(33)
(95)
(96)
8,9,10,19
O/L-2
(32)
AUTO
Factory settings:
T3 = System Pressure Start Delay(LEAD)
T5 = System Pressure Minimum Run(LEAD)
T11 = Lag Pump Minimum Run
T12 = Lag Pump Start Delay
1M
CONTACTOR
MOTOR-1
(30)
44
45
A1
1-0
41
Notes:
(16)
O/L-1
(31)
AUTO
(17)
43
HOA-1
(SW-2)
(29)
40
42
(16)
I-1
ALARM
SILENCE
(SW-1)
34
L4
(27)
Q-0
(45)
OFF
MAN HOA-3
(SW-4)
AUTO
A1
A2
2M
CONTACTOR
MOTOR-2
(34)
(95)
(16)
(96)
2,3,4,21
O/L-3
(32)
A1
3M
A2
(34)
(95)
(16)
(96)
8,9,10,23
CONTACTOR
MOTOR-3
GND
R
LISTED
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APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
Option A
HIGH SYSTEM PRESSURE SWITCH, LIGHT AND ALARM
PS-5
(20)
(49)
PLC
OUTPUT
INPUT
L11
(50)
(16)
R
Option B
HIGH SUCTION PRESSURE SWITCH, LIGHT AND ALARM
PS-2
(20)
(36)
PLC
OUTPUT
INPUT
L5
(39)
(16)
R
Option C
LOW SYSTEM PRESSURE SWITCH, LIGHT AND ALARM
PS-3
(20)
(24)
PLC
OUTPUT
I-O
L12
(51)
R
(16)
(PS-2 IS STANDARD)
Option E
OVERLOAD TRIP, LIGHT AND ALARM
(20)
O/L-1
97
98
O/L-2
97
(20)
98
O/L-3
97
(20)
98
(20)
PLC
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
O/L-1
(40)
L6
(41)
L7
(43)
L9
R
(16)
O/L-2
R
O/L-3
R
O/L-3 NOT PROVIDED ON DUPLEX CONTROLLERS
NOTE:
ALARM HORN AND SILENCE P.B. SHOWN ON MAIN SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX A (continued) MODELS 770-790
Option G
CIRCUIT BREAKERS IN PLACE OF LINE FUSES
CB2
To 3Ø AC Supply
(Branch Ckt
Protection Req'd)
TO 2M
CB1
CB1 REPLACES 1F - 3F.
CB2 REPLACES 4F - 6F.
CB3 REPLACES 10F - 12F.
CB3 NOT PROVIDED ON DUPLEX CONTROLLERS.
Option T
CB3
TO 3M
TO 1M
TANK PRESSURE SWITCH
(20)
PS-4
(35)
PLC
I-3
(PS-4 REPLACE JUMPER BETWEEN PLC-24VDC & I-3)
Option W
ELAPSED TIME METER
(31)
A1
1M
A2
(33)
ETM-1
(32)
A1
2M
ETM-2
A2
(34)
(39)
A1
3M
A2
(41)
ETM-3
ETM-3 NOT PROVIDED ON DUPLEX CONTROLLERS
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APPENDIX B MODELS 770-790
MODEL
IPS40-1
STOCK
NO. OF
PRESSURE
PRESSURE
NO.
CONTACTS RANGE CONNECTION
NYLON 1/2”
9000104
1
10-175 PSI
NPT MALE
UL LISTED and CSA Approved
Dimensions: 4-3/4"W x 2-1/4"D x 4-3/8"H
Enclosure: NEMA Type 4 for indoor or outdoor use. Cover –
Die-cast with textured gray powdercoat finish. Base – Plated
Steel with one opening for 1/2” conduit
Pressure Connection: 1/2” NPT Male
Differential Approx. (Not Adj.):
2 lbs. at 20 PSI; 5 lbs. at 175 PSI
Adjustable Range: 10-175 PSI
Maximum Pressure: 250 PSI
Switch Contacts:
One or two Snap Action SPDT (Form C Contacts)
15.0 Amps at 125/250 VAC
0.5 Amps at 125 VDC
0.25 Amps at 250 VDC
Pilot duty Rating: 125 VA 120/240 VAC
Ambient Temperature range:
-40°.180°F (-40°/82°C)
Media Temperature range:
32°/250°F (0°/121°C)
CAUTION
This device is not intended for applications in explosive
environments.
within their adjustable range. They are designed for applications
sensing air, water or any fluid or gas not harmful to nylon or silicone.
They are not designed to be used with any fluid or gas classified
as hazardous.
NOTE
To prevent leakage, apply Teflon tape sealant to male threads
only.
Warning:
Use of pipe joint cement may result in obstruction of aperture and loss of signal.
MOUNTING:
Device should be mounted in upright position. (Threaded connection down.)
FIELD ADJUSTMENTS:
The operating point of the switch or switches can be adjusted to
any point within their adjustable range. (10-175 PSI). To adjust
the device, turn the adjustment knob(s) clockwise to raise the
actuation point and counterclockwise to lower the actuation
point. On the two switch models the two switches operate independently of each other and each switch may be adjusted to
actuate at any point within their adjustable range. The pressure
scales on the devices are approximate. Final adjustment should
be made with a pressure gauge.
The Model IPS pressure switches are designed to indicate an
increase or decrease in normal system pressure. On the two
switch models the two switches operate independently of each
other and each switch may be adjusted to actuate at any point
ADJUSTMENT
KNOB(S)
COM. N.O.
ADJUSTMENT
KNOB(S)
N.C.
PRESSURE
SCALE
ALIGN THE TOP OF
THE ADJ. KNOB TO
THE DESIRED PRESSURE.
FINAL ADJUSTMENTS
SHOULD BE MADE
WITH A PRESSURE GUAGE.
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APPENDIX C MODELS 770-790
Start-Up and Adjustment
Close upstream and downstream isolation valves.
Open any ball valves or isolation cocks in the control tubing.
Failure to open these will prevent the valve from functioning
properly.
VALVE FUNCTION
-REDUCE HIGHER INLET PRESSURE TO CONSTANT LOWER OUTLET PRESSURE (ADJUSTABLE).
-CLOSE WHEN OUTLET/DOWNSTREAM PRESSURE EXCEEDS INLET/UPSTREAM PRESSURE.
4
Step 1
3
2
5
3
Pre-set pilots as noted:
Pressure Reducing – Adjust OUT, counterclockwise, backing
pressure off the spring, preventing possible overpressuring of
the system.
Opening Speed – Turn the adjustment screw on the Opening
Speed Control OUT, counterclockwise, 1-1/2 to 2-1/2 turns
from full closed position.
Step 2
FLOW
Loosen a tube fitting or cover plug at the main valve to allow
air to vent during start-up.
1
FLOW DIRECTION SHOWN: UNDER THE SEAT
COMPONENTS
1-MAIN VALVE
2-REDUCING CONTROL
3-CHECK VALVE
4-FLOW CONTROL - ADJ. OPENING SPEED
5-FIXED ORIFICE
CLOSES VALVE
OPENS VALVE
Step 3
Pressurize the line, opening the upstream isolation valve slowly.
Air is vented through the loosened fitting. Tighten the fitting
when a steady stream of liquid begins to vent.
SETTING THE PRESSURE REDUCING CONTROL
Step 4
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Slowly open the downstream isolation valve to establish flow
through the system.
Pressure Reducing Function
Step 5
The pressure reducing function is controlled by the 263AP or
263SS control. The 263 is normally open, adjustable control set
to respond to outlet/downstream pressure changes. An increase
in pressure above the set point of the control throttles the control towards closed. The main valve modulates towards a closed
position. When pressure drops, the control throttles towards
open, modulating the main valve towards an open position. A
constant outlet/downstream pressure is maintained.
Step 6
Fine tune the Pressure Reducing Control to the desired pressure
set point by turning the adjustment screw IN, clockwise to
increase or OUT, counterclockwise to decrease downstream
pressure.
Opening Speed Flow Control Adjustment: The opening speed
flow control allows free flow into the cover and restricted flow
out of the cover of the main valve.
Turning the adjustment screw clockwise (IN) increases the outlet/downstream pressure, counterclockwise (OUT) decreases the
outlet/downstream pressure.
If recovery of pressure is slow upon increased downstream
demand, turn the adjustment screw OUT, counterclockwise,
increasing the rate of opening.
Opening Speed Control – F.C.
An adjustable flow control adjacent the valve cover port, determines the opening speed of the main valve. It allows free flow
into the cover and restricted flow out of the cover.
Counterclockwise adjustment for faster opening, clockwise for
slower opening. Complete closure prevents the main valve from
opening.
If the recovery of downstream pressure is too quick, as indicated in a rapid increase in pressure, possibly higher than the
desired set-point, turn the adjustment screw IN, clockwise,
decreasing the rate of opening.
Hydraulic Check Feature
When main valve outlet pressure exceeds inlet pressure, fluid is
directed from the outlet to the main valve cover. This causes the
main valve to close until inlet pressure / flow is again greater
than outlet.
Main Valve – Description
CP-Boss automatic control valves are hydraulically operated,
diaphragm actuated, pilot controlled, angle valves of packless
design. The stem assembly is the only moving part in the main
valve and is guided top and bottom. Positive, drip-tight, closure
is accomplished by a quad seal and non-edged seat.
CONTROL VALVE FUNDAMENTALS
Main Valve
•Diaphragm : Seat Ratio
-1 1/2 diaphragm area to 1 seat area
Flow Directions
•Under the seat
-Waterworks and all general applications
-If diaphragm wears/leaks, valve still flows
Golden Rules
•Fluid into cover – valve closes
•Fluid out of cover – valve opens
•What the control does, the valve does
-Pilot on outlet
*If it opens, valve opens
*If it closes, valve closes
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APPENDIX C (continued) MODELS 770-790
Piping Schemes
•2-way (T to cover)
-Supply Line
*Restriction in line
*Location of Speed Control
•Control/Discharge Line
-2-way pilot control in line
*On/Off
*Variable restriction
-Valve position varies or modulates
•Supply to Discharge relationship
-Supply restriction is required for valve to regulate
3-Way Piping
•Operation
-#1 – Routes fluid into cover-valve closed
-#2 – Blocks supply – routes fluid out of cover-valve opens
-Control typically used with low capacity pilots or valves
smaller than 4"
*Soleniods
*Altitude
*Float
*Accelerator control
-Used to increase capacity of 3-port controls
GUIDE TO TROUBLE SHOOTING PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES
PROPER START-UP
1. Valves should be started in a manner that allows for controlled
pressurizing of the valve and the system.
a. The valve should be pressurized and vented.
i. Bleed the air off of the main valve cover
ii. Bleed the air off of the valve controls
1. Trapped air will give a false reading unless it is
eliminated.
b. Bring pilots into service with a pressure setting lower than
that required.
i. Adjust to higher pressures as the system and valve stabilizes.
c. Pilot Adjustments.
i. Make all adjustments slowly, allowing for the control,
valve and system to read the change
ii. Clockwise adjustments always increase the pressure
setting.
1. Turning the reducing control IN will
INCREASE outlet pressure.
2. Turning the relief/sustaining control IN will
INCREASE the inlet or relief set-point.
iii. Counterclockwise adjustments always
LOWER/DECREASE the pressure setting
1. Turning the reducing control OUT will LOWER
outlet pressure.
2. Turning the relief/sustaining control OUT will
LOWER the inlet or relief set-point.
b. Control circuit isolation ball valves can be used to isolate
valve cover to allow for diaphragm condition check without
removing the cover.
i. Close inlet ball valve
ii. Close cover ball valve
iii. Close outlet ball valve
iv. Bleed cover fluid
c. Valve will open – fluid will continue to flow if diaphragm is
damaged.
2. VALVE WILL NOT OPEN-CHECK PILOT SYSTEM
a. Check opeing speed control – OPEN.
b. Check on/off devices.
i. Solenoid
ii. Deadman control
iii. Hydraulic check function
c. Check system
i. For flow demand
ii. Inlet pressure
iii. Closed isolation valves
d. Check function of hydraulic controls.
i. See pilot trouble shooting guidelines
1. Take corrective action.
3. VALVE WILL NOT CLOSE
a. Check pilot system.
i. Check closing speed control – OPEN
ii. Check on/of device for complete closing
1. Solenoid
2. Hydraulic check function.
iii. Check function of hydraulic controls
1. See pilot trouble shooting guidelines.
a. Take corrective action.
4. VALVE WILL NOT REGULATE
a. This is normally a problem with the hydraulic controls.
i. Check response to adjustments
1. Service pilots as required.
ii. Check and adjust speed controls
1. Gauge swings to higher than acceptable pressures.
a. Adjust for slower opening speed.
b. Adjust for faster closing speed.
2. Gauge swings to lower pressures than accept
able.
a. Adjust for faster opening speed.
b. Adjust for slower closing speed.
ABOUT THE MAIN VALVE
1. Almost every function of control valve used in water applications call for a main valve flow of "under the seat".
a. If a diaphragm fails, the valve continues to allow flow.
i. Failure will be indicated by loss of pressure control or
loss of positive shut-off
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APPENDIX D MODELS 770-790
ADJUSTABLE
OPERATIING
RANGE
IPS40-1
MINIMUM
DEAD BAND.
9000104
PROOF
PRESSURE
1
FACTORY
SETTING
10-175 PSI
Listing/Approvals: UL Standard 508 Guide (NKPZ) and CSA
Standard C22.2 No. 14-M Class (321106) for Pressure Operated
Industrial Control Equipment.
UL Standard 873 Guide (XAPX) and CSA Standard C22.2 No, 24
Class (481302) for Temperature Indicating and Regulating
Equipment.
CE Marked
Ambient/Media Temperature Range:
-4°F to 180°F (-20°C to 82°C)
Construction:
•NEMA Type 4X Enclosure for indoor or outdoor use. (To maintain 4X rating, use appropriate Type 4 conduit hub.)
•Forged Brass or 316 S.S. Pressure Connections.
•Aluminum Diecast Base with Polymer Enclosure.
•Beryllium Copper Diaphragm (Stainless steel isolator diaphragm
included for protection of beryllium copper diaphragm on models
with stainless steel pressure connection.)
•Nitrile Pressure Sealing O-ring.
Switch Contact:
Snap Action SPDT (Form C)
15 Amps at 125/250/480 VAC
1/8 HP at 125 VAC
1/4 HP at 250 VAC
General Description
The pressure switch is an Adjustable Deadband Pressure Switch
with independent set and re-set points which are adjustable
throughout the entire operating range of the switch. The minimum
deadband (minimum span between set and reset points) may be
obtained at any point in the operating range of the switch. A
change in pressure greater than the high setting will reposition the
switch mechanism to open or close a single snap-action electrical
switch.
This control device is designed for use as an operating control in
applications sensing air, water, or any fluid not harmful to the
pressure connection, diaphragm or nitrile pressure sealing o-ring.
Where an operating control would result in personnal injury
and/or loss of property, it is the responsibility of the installer to
add devices (safety, limit controls) that protect against, or systems
(alarm, supervisory systems) that warn of control failure.
This device is not intended for applications in explosive environments or use with hazardous fluids.
ADJUSTMENTS
The two thumb adjustment dials, accessible through the enclosure
cover, are used to adjust the set point and reset point of the switch.
The dial scales and pointer may be used to give an indication of
the low and high set points.
The high setting adjustment dial is calibrated for increasing pressure. The low setting adjustment dial is calibrated for decreasing
pressure. For best accuracy, make the final adjustments with a
pressure gauge at the actual working media pressure and temperature encountered in the application.
The minimum deadband (minimum span between set and reset
points) may be obtained at any point in the operating range of the
switch.
When the desired settings are obtained, replace the adjustment
cover. The adjustment cover and enclosure cover can be made
tamper resistant by a single sealing wire inserted through the hole
SNAP-ACTION
SPOT SWITCH
DO NOT LOOSEN OR
REMOVE SCREWS
GROUND SCREW
MANUAL SWITCH
ACTUATOR FOR
TESTING
LOW SETTING
ADJUSTMENT DIAL
ADJUSTMENT
COVER
ALUMINUM DIECAST BASE
ENCLOSURE COVER
LOCKING BAR
WITH HOLE FOR
SEALING WIRE
HIGH SETTING
ADJUSTMENT DIAL
1/4" - 16 NPT FEMALE PRESSURE CONNECTION
(OPTIONAL 3/8" - 16 NPT FEMALE)
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