12 volt dc battery backup pump installation instructions

12 volt dc battery backup pump installation instructions
FM2769
0116
Supersedes
1015
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12 VOLT DC BATTERY BACKUP PUMP
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PREINSTALLATION CHECKLIST
1. Inspect your pump. Occasionally, products are damaged during shipment. If the unit or any of the parts are damaged, contact your dealer before using.
2. Read all the installation instructions regarding installing and start up. Retain for future reference.
SEE BELOW FOR
LIST OF WARNINGS
CAUTION
1. Testing for Ground. As a safety measure each electrical outlet should
be checked for ground using an Underwriters Laboratory listed circuit
analyzer, which will indicate if the power, neutral and ground wires are
correctly connected to your outlet. If they are not, call a qualified, licensed
electrician.
1. Make sure there is a properly grounded 115V/230V receptacle available.
Do not use primary pump circuit. The location must be within 6' of the
control box and battery. The power supply for your DC control system
plugs directly into the 115V/230V outlet. DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION
CORD.
2. Make sure the 115V/230V electrical supply circuit is equipped with
fuses or circuit breakers of proper capacity.
2. For your protection always disconnect the power supply from its power
source before handling the components of your DC backup pump or the
primary pump.
3. DC emergency pumps are designed for handling clear water. Do not use
in septic tanks to pump effluent or sewage pits to pump sewage.
3. Installation and checking of electrical circuits and hardware should be
performed by a qualified, licensed electrician.
4. Repair and service of your DC backup system should be performed by
an authorized service station.
4. All electrical and safety codes must be followed in addition to the National
Electrical Code and all applicable local codes.
5. SEE BELOW FOR
LIST OF CAUTIONS
5. The installation of DC automatic backup pumps requires the use of a
variable level float switch for operation. It is the responsibility of the
installing party, to ensure that the float switch will not hang up on the
pump apparatus or pit peculiarities and is secured so the pump will turn
“on” and “off”. It is recommended that the pit be 18" (457 mm) in diameter
or larger to accommodate both a primary and a DC backup pump.
It is the owner’s responsibility to check the battery and battery
connection at least once a month. Batteries contain acid and
caution must be taken when handling.
6. Risk of electric shock - These pumps have not been investigated for use
in swimming pool areas.
6. For indoor use only.
7. According to the state of California (Prop 65), this product contains
chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
7. Installation and maintenance of this appliance is not intended for
persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience or knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
CAUTION
Turbulence caused by high velocity incoming water
can cause sump pumps to airlock. If this condition exists, the incoming
water must be baffled to avoid excessive turbulence.
REFER TO WARRANTY ON PAGE 2.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Manufacturer warrants, to the purchaser and subsequent owner during the
warranty period, every new product to be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service, when properly used and maintained,
for a period of 3 years from date of purchase by the end user. Parts that fail
within the warranty period, that inspections determine to be defective in material
or workmanship, will be repaired, replaced or remanufactured at Manufacturer's
option, provided however, that by so doing we will not be obligated to replace
an entire assembly, the entire mechanism or the complete unit. No allowance
will be made for shipping charges, damages, labor or other charges that may
occur due to product failure, repair or replacement.
set out in the paragraph above is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or
implied; and we do not authorize any representative or other person to assume
for us any other liability in connection with our products.
Contact Manufacturer at, 3649 Cane Run Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40211,
USA. Attention: Customer Support Department to obtain any needed repair
or replacement of part(s) or additional information pertaining to our warranty.
MANUFACTURER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR SPECIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR BREACH OF
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY; AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND OF MERCHANTABILITY
This warranty does not apply to and there shall be no warranty for any
SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESSED WARRANTY.
material or product that has been disassembled without prior approval of
Manufacturer, subjected to misuse, misapplication, neglect, alteration, accident Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, so
or uncontrollable act of nature; that has not been installed, operated or the above limitation may not apply to you. Some states do not allow the exclusion
maintained in accordance with Manufacturer's installation instructions; that has or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
been exposed to outside substances including but not limited to the following: exclusion may not apply to you.
sand, gravel, cement, mud, tar, hydrocarbons, hydrocarbon derivatives (oil, This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
gasoline, solvents, etc.), or other abrasive or corrosive substances, wash towels which vary from state to state.
or feminine sanitary products, etc. in all pumping applications. The warranty
In those instances where damages are incurred as a result of an alleged pump failure,
the Homeowner must retain possession of the pump for investigation purposes.
1.
MAINTENANCE
Inspect and test the system for proper operations at least every 3 months.
(a)Red power on indicator light should be “on” indicating AC
power is on.
(b) Unplug primary pump and the control charger from power supply.
(c) Fill sump with water to the “on” level for the DC pump. Allow
pump to run a few minutes.
(d) The alarm will sound approximately 5 seconds after the pump
starts to run.
(e) Push alarm reset switch. The alarm will go “off”.
(f) Pump will shut off after water level is lowered and the float
drops to the off position.
2. Plug the control charger and the primary pump into the wall outlet.
(a)T he primary pump will come on and lower the water to the
normal operating level and shut off.
(b)The “yellow” charging light should be on. The charger is replacing
the energy consumed during the test. The “green” light will come
on after the charger has replaced the energy consumed during
the test.
3. Add distilled water to battery when necessary per battery manufacturer's
CAUTION Battery acid is dangerous. Take proper
instructions.
safety precautions. Do not splash the acid.
TROUBLESHOOTING INFORMATION
1.
2.
Charging and charged LED’s alternate frequently.
(a) This is normal.
DC Pump won’t run.
(a) Check 15 amp fuse in line from pump to switch (see fig. 4). If fuse
is blown, replace with 15 amp Littelfuse type 3AG, series 311.
(b) Check for proper connections.
(c) Check all wire terminal points. Clean if required.
(d) Check for low battery. Service battery if required.
3. Pump runs but pumps very little or no water.
(a) Check for low battery. Battery will recharge if Red power “on”
light indicates power has been restored and the float switch is in
the off position.
(b) If immediate usage is required, remove and replace dead battery
with a full recharged battery.
(c) Due to varying conditions the pump may continue to run on a low
battery without sufficient power to remove water. Pump will not
stop running until battery is completely discharged.
(d)CAUTION Weak batteries can be recharged but may not
store sufficient energy for full service. A weak recharged battery
can only be detected by reduced pumping time or by checking
each cell with a hydrometer. If your emergency pump system
is used frequently the battery should be checked by a qualified
battery dealer.
4. Pump cycles too frequently.
(a) Check positions of rubber stops on float rod.
(b) Adjust upper rubber float stop as required. Recommended for
standard installation.
5. Float switch in “on” position. Pump won’t run.
6.
7.
8.
9.
(a) Remove pump. Check for obstruction in pump preventing impeller
from rotating.
Pump runs, but pumps water intermittently.
(a) Pump is air locking. Check flow of water incoming to sump. If water
is entering the sump at a high velocity creating a turbulent condition,
a mixture of air and water may cause a complete or partial air lock
and reduce or stop the flow of water in the discharge pipe.
(b) Baffle the incoming stream of water to reduce turbulence. Diverting
water stream against wall of basin usually corrects an air lock
problem.
Water level stays high. DC Pump continues to run.
(a) Battery is low.
(b) If power has been restored and water in sump remains high check
primary pump. Service if required.
(c) After several hours the battery will be restored to full charge.
Alarm sounds during battery recharge cycle.
(a) Push alarm reset (max. 3 times). If condition persists, replace
battery.
(b) To silence alarm if alarm will not reset, unplug the charger from
115V wall outlet, then disconnect the black lead from charger on
negative (-) battery post. Check battery. Replace if necessary.
Reconnect and refer to Installation (step 7).
Alarm does not sound when pump runs.
(a) Pumps needs to run for 1 or more seconds before alarm sounds.
(b) Be sure alarm hasn't been silenced. Quickly press and release
reset button.
(c) Inspect the connection between the green wire and the blue connecter
on the white wire. Verify that the metal spade has not "missed" its
target.
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DESCRIPTION
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The DC emergency pump is
designed as a backup to your
primary sump pump during
unexpected power outages or
primary pump failure. The DC
pump, electronic controls and all
the parts required for installation
are included except the battery
which is supplied by the user. The
system is designed for installation
in sumps with minimum of 18"
(457 mm) diameter and 22" (559
mm) deep.
3
7
1
2
11
10
6
9
8
12 VOLT BATTERY
SUPPLIED BY USER
SK3008
Model 508
Item
Description
Qty
508-A
01/14
thru 06/15
508-B
07/15
thru Current
1
Pump 12V DC / Backup (Service Part)
1
152962
152962
2
Fitting, PVC 1.5" (DN40) Tee / Sch 40 / (Pressure Fitting)
1
005645
153766
3
Fuse, 250V / Agc-30
1
012353
012353
4
Switch, Float / Vert Master
1
017197
017197
5
Clamp, #28 Worm-SS (Float Switch)
1
012724
012724
6
Valve, Check / 1.5" (DN40) Inline / Vertical
1
019768
153772
7
Charger, DC Asm / Switch Mode
1
153000
153000
8
Battery Box Asm (Box and Cover)
1
10-0764
10-0764
9
Hardware Pak, Charger / Switch Mode
1
152864
152864
10
Fitting, Asm & Clamp "508" (Service part)
1
152969
152969
11
Flapper Asm, (Service part)
1
152970
152970
PERFORMANCE
The DC pump performance with fully charged 12V battery
Discharge
5 ft
(1.5 m)
10 ft
(3 m)
15 ft
(4.6 m)
20 ft
(6 m)
22 ft
(6.7 m)
Flow
GPM (LPM)
39
(148)
30
(114)
20
(76)
6
(23)
Shut-off
Head
The DC controller is equipped with a 10 amp charger for maintaining the
battery in a ready state and recharging the battery after use when AC power
is restored. Time for recharge depends upon the amount of power consumed
by the pumping cycle during the AC power interruption. The pump may go
back to the ready run position in a very short period of time. A completely
drained battery may require up to 24 hours for full recharge. If battery does
not charge properly, the LCD will display BATFAIL and alarm will sound.
BATTERY SELECTION
The DC emergency pump system requires a good quality, 12 volt battery to
obtain maximum pumping time during a power outage. A deep-cycle, 12 volt,
105 amp-hour marine battery or larger is recommended and will provide approximately 6 hours of continuous pumping time in a sump pump installation
with 8' (2.4 m) of head pressure. In most installations the pump runs intermittently and the battery life is extended accordingly. Batteries with top terminals
are recommended for ease of installation. "Wet" cell batteries contain acid and
proper precaution must be taken when handling. Battery box will accomodate
a maximum battery size of 13½" (342 mm) Length x 7" (178 mm) Width x 9½"
(241 mm) Height.
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INSTALLATION
1. The preferred method of installation for backup pumps is shown in
Figures 1 and 2. The installation kit includes the necessary fittings and
one check valve for installing with the backup pump discharging into the
primary pump outlet pipe. An additional check valve is incorporated in the
discharge of the backup pump.
NOTE: Do not install in small spaces where the charger will not be
properly cooled.
2. Remove all parts from shipping carton and make sure all parts are
included. Refer to checklist on page 3.
3. Select location for battery and control charger. Control charger must be
within 6' (1.8 m) of a 115V/230V wall outlet and within 6' (1.8 m) of pump
and basin. Connect to a separate circuit, different than the primary pump.
4. If primary pump is installed, disconnect power.
NOTE: Discharge piping must be 1-1/2" (DN40) SCH 40 PVC
5. Remove the discharge pipe from the pump and put to the side.
6. Solvent weld DC discharge reducer fitting to tee as shown in Figure 4.
Then ensure o-ring is properly located on pump discharge. Slide DC pump
into the fitting and tighten the hose clamp. Position the clamp's gear drive
so that it will not interfere with the operation of the switch.
NOTE: The pump must be pushed all the way into the fitting to prevent the
fitting from leaking.
7. Install in-line check valve into primary pump discharge.
8. Determine the position of the DC pump and connect the pipe tee to the
in-line check valve and tighten hose clamp. See Figure 4.
NOTE: Check float operations to ensure the hose clamp screws do not
interfere with the float operation of the primary pump.
9. Assemble the float assembly per figure 5.
10. Install the float switch assembly bracket above the outlet tee using the
clamp provided (see figures 1 and 2). Make certain the clamp is tight
on the pipe to avoid slippage. Ensure that the “off” level of the float is
1" (25.4 mm) min. above the discharge tee of the DC backup pump (see
figures 1 and 2). Position pumps in the sump and move float up and down,
making sure of free movement without interference from any obstructions
inside the sump or lid. The float switch can be moved on the discharge
pipe or the rubber stops can be adjusted as necessary. Cut extra float rod
length below lower float stop to prevent debris from interfering with float
operation.
11. Mount DC charger to the wall. If more convenient, the charger may be set
on a nearby shelf or ledge. The charger should be located 3' (0.9 m) or 4'
(1.2 m) above the sump. Then, remove protective screen from the front of
the charger.
12. Connect the leads from the control charger to the battery terminals.
Positive (+) lead to positive terminal and black neg. (-) lead to negative
battery terminal. Upon proper connection, test alarm will momentarily
sound. This indicates proper charger to battery connection.
Correct battery hook up is essential for operation of
CAUTION
the system. Use wing nuts supplied with battery and eyelet connectors
on battery wire leads. The positive terminal is the larger stud, 3/8" (10
mm) diameter. The smaller stud, 5/16" (78 mm) diameter is the negative
terminal. Apply grease to the terminals to help prevent corrosion.
13. Connect the black lead from the pump to the negative (-) battery
terminal. Connect the white lead from the pump to the black lead
from the switch. This connection is made at the fuse installed on the
switch wire (see figure 3). Connect the white lead from the switch to the
positive (+) battery terminal.
14. Connect the green sensor wire to the sensor connector (figure 3).
15. Close battery box and secure cover.
16. Plug the charger's cord into charger and the 115V/230V wall outlet. The
primary sump pump and the control box should be on separate circuits.
17. Reconnect power to primary sump pump.
18. Optional: A dongle may be used to input a name and number into the
charger for service information to the end user.
19. Optional: On the bottom of the charger there is a pair of dry contacts
to signal an auxiliary device of a low battery, high water and reverse
polarity alarm condition. This simple 2-wire connection is rated at a
maximum of 24V AC/DC and 0.5 amps. It can be used with an autodialer, alarm or home security system. Read the auxiliary equipment's
documents for further instructions.
INITIAL START-UP AND OPERATION
1. Test the installation for leaks by running water into the sump allowing
for normal operation of the primary pump.
115V/230V wall outlet. Run water into the sump until the DC backup
pump is activated by the float switch. Check all connections for leaks.
2. Check the control charger. The “red” power on light will be lit when the unit
is plugged into the 115V/230V wall outlet. The “charged/charging” light
will indicate the condition of the battery when charger has AC power.
NOTE: When running the primary pump, it is normal for a stream of
water to spray out of the 1/8" (3 mm) air relief hole.
3. Disconnect primary pump before touching any component in the
sump pit.
4. Lift float switch. The DC backup pump will run and the alarm will sound
in about 1 or more seconds. Lower float switch immediately after
alarm sounds. Pump runs dry during initial check for several seconds.
CAUTION
Continuous dry running may cause overheating and
damage the pump seals. Upon release of the float switch, the pump
will shut off. Press the reset button to turn the alarm off.
5. Complete the final testing of your installation by ensuring the primary pump
is still disconnected from the power. Then, unplug the charger from the
6. Push alarm reset switch when pump is running. This will silence the alarm.
The pump will continue to run.
7. Reconnect the charger and your primary pump to the AC wall
outlets. The primary pump should come on and lower the water
level in the sump back to the normal operating level and shut
off. Use the alarm reset button to reset the high water light.
Both primary and backup systems are now ready for use.
8. The battery charged and charging LED’s will alternate during normal
charging operation.
NOTE: See page 7 for a description of charger functions.
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PRIMARY
PUMP
OUTLET
R
(25.4 MM)
1" MIN.
IMPORTANT: OFF LEVEL
OF FLOAT ASSEMBLY
MUST BE HIGHER THAN
DC BACKUP PUMP
CHARGER
OUTLET
R
FIGURE 1
FIG. 1
SK2959
DC CHARGER
DC PUMP INSTALLED IN LINE WITH SUBMERSIBLE PUMP
ASSEMBLY WITH SUBMERSIBLE PUMP
BATTERY BOX
BATTERY BOX
FIGURE 2
CHARGER
OUTLET
R
DC CHARGER
SK2960
IMPORTANT: OFF LEVEL
OF FLOAT ASSEMBLY
MUST BE HIGHER THAN
DC BACKUP PUMP
1" MIN.
PRIMARY
PUMP
OUTLET
R
(25.4 MM)
DC PUMP INSTALLED IN LINE WITH COLUMN PUMP
ASSEMBLY WITH COLUMN PUMP
EXPLODED VIEW - DC PUMP
FLOAT SWITCH
CLAMP
30 AMP FUSE
DC PUMP
DC CONTROL BOX
BLACK LEAD
TO DC PUMP
WHITE LEAD
TO POSITIVE
GREEN LEAD
TO FLOAT SWITCH
WHITE LEAD
TO FLOAT
SPLICER
WHITE LEAD TO POSITIVE
BLACK LEAD
TO NEGATIVE
12 VOLT
MARINE BATTERY
SUPPLIED BY USER
BATTERY BOX
BLACK LEAD
TO NEGATIVE
SK2961
FIG.
3
FIGURE
3
PUMP ASSEMBLY
DC PUMP
REDUCER FITTING
DISCHARGE TEE
CLAMP
CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY
CLAMP
FIG. 4
FIGURE 4
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SK2962
FLOAT SWITCH
CONTROL CHARGER
LCD
AC POWER
LOW BATTERY
SCROLL
ALARM RESET
R
R
ALARM OFF
LOCKING PIN MUST BE
INSTALLED UNDER FLOAT
ROD IN THIS LOCATION.
WHITE LEAD
CHARGED
PUMP CYCLED
ALARM
CONTACTS
CHARGING
GROUNDED POWER CORD
GREEN LEAD
TO FLOAT SWITCH
BLACK LEAD
FIGURE 5
SK2503
FIGURE 6
LCD DISPLAY AND KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
There are two buttons on the front of the charger:
• The scroll button is used to cycle through the information on the LCD screen.
• The alarm reset button:
° Can be pressed to clear alarm buzzer, light and/or display.
° Can be held for longer than 3 seconds to silence the buzzer for a 24-hour period.
The LCD screen will display information about the system by simply pressing the scroll button:
• The bottom line of the LCD will always display the battery voltage and current going to the battery, if charging.
• The alarm screen shows current alarms.
• The cycle counter screen shows how many times the DC float has been activated.
• The AC power loss counter screen shows how many times the AC power has been removed from the charger.
• Optional: a screen may also show the name and number of a service provider.
The 6 LED lights also display information about the charger at a glance:
• The red AC power light will be on if AC power is connected, and it will blink if AC power is not connected.
• The green charged light indicates a full battery, ready for operation.
• The yellow charging light indicates power going to the battery.
• The red low battery light blinks when the battery is below 10.8 volts and rapidly blinks when the battery is below 8.4 volts.
• The yellow pump cycled light will blink when the float is activated, and becomes solid after 3 seconds.
NOTE: The pump activates when float activates. Alarm is delayed to reduce nuisance alarms.
• The yellow alarm off light indicates the buzzer is currently silenced.
• Removing AC & DC power from charger will restore all factory defaults, including resetting the alarm counters.
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SK2958
THE AQUANOT ® BATTERY
There are millions of batteries manufactured each year, so it is impossible to guarantee consistent quality. A defective battery will never become fully
charged and may damage the charging circuits of the Control. It is for this reason that Zoeller offers its own line of batteries. We offer both a Water/Acid
Deep-Cycle Battery and maintenance-free AGM battery which can run the pump continuously for over 7½ hours. These times are based on continuous
pumping at 8' (2.4 mm) of static head. Actual times will vary depending on static head, volume of water entering the pit, and the condition of the battery.
Follow these recommendations:
• Use a B.C.I. size 27 deep-cycle battery, 175 minute reserve capacity, or larger
• Do NOT use a “maintenance-free” battery unless it is an AGM battery
• Replace your battery every 3 years
• Do not let corrosion build up on the battery terminals
• To check specific gravity, follow the instructions on a hydrometer (wet cell batteries only)
• Use of included plastic battery box is recommended to keep battery safe and clean.
PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY:
• Water level in batteries must be checked once a month (wet cell batteries only)
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS
Whether you have a Aquanot® Backup Pump System, or a competitive brand, all use batteries that give off gaseous by-products when charging. Some of
these by-products can produce a rotten egg odor. Also, some of these by-products can cause a CO detector to falsely activate. In order to help prevent false
activation, Zoeller Company recommends moving the battery as far apart from the CO detector as possible or, if necessary, vent the battery to the exterior.
Zoeller Company provides the previous statements only as guidelines to help prevent false activation of the CO detector. In no way are they meant to supersede
the instructions that accompany the detector nor do they supersede advice from the CO detector manufacturer.
If the audible alarm associated with your CO detector is activated, we recommend the following actions:
1)
Take immediate action for personal safety as recommended in the CO detector literature.
2)
Contact the appropriate agency to determine if the CO is being produced by your furnace, water heater, or any other device which uses natural gas.
3)
If you are certain that no CO is being produced, then a charging battery may be producing gaseous by-products which are causing the CO detector to
activate. Contact the manufacturer and ask for recommendations as to what can be done to prevent the alarm activation.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Zoeller Pump Company declares under our sole responsibility that the Aquanot Model 508 to which this declaration relates, is in conformity with the Council Directives
on the approximation of the laws of the EC Member States relating to:
•
Electrical equipment designated for use with certain voltage limits (Directive 2006/95/EC), standards used: EN 60335-1:2004+A1+A11+A12+A2+A13+A14
+A15 and EN 60335-2-29:2004+A2
•
Electromagnetic Compatibility (Directive 2004/108/EC), standards used: EN 55014-1:2006+A2:2011, EN 55014-2:2015, EN 61000-3-2:2014, EN 61000-3-3:2013
•
Restrictive and Hazardous Substances RoHS (Directive 2011/65/EU), standards used: EN 50581-2012
•
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE (Directive 2012/19/EU)
®
MAIL TO: P.O. BOX 16347 • Louisville, KY 40256-0347
SHIP TO: 3649 Cane Run Road • Louisville, KY 40211-1961
(502) 778-2731 • 1 (800) 928-PUMP • FAX (502) 774-3624
Your Peace of Mind is Our Top Priority ®
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