Jandy Pro Series Levolor® II Electronic Water Leveler Model K-2000

Jandy Pro Series Levolor® II Electronic Water Leveler Model K-2000
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION MANUAL
Jandy Pro Series Levolor® II
Electronic Water Leveler
Model K-2000
II
Power
Sensor
LEV olor
High Water
Sensor
Filling
High Water
Pump
Electronic
Water Fill
System
Model No. K-2000
The next genera
tion
in automated con
trol
s.
High Voltage
Compartme
nt
No user servi
ce parts inside
Patented
H0303700 Rev C
WARNING
FOR YOUR SAFETY - This product must be installed and serviced by a contractor who is licensed and qualified in pool
equipment by the jurisdiction in which the product will be installed where such state or local requirements exist. The
maintainer must be a professional with sufficient experience in pool equipment installation and maintenance so that
all of the instructions in this manual can be followed exactly. Before installing this product, read and follow all warning
notices and instructions that accompany this product. Failure to follow warning notices and instructions may result in
property damage, personal injury, or death. Improper installation and/or operation will void the warranty. Improper
installation and/or operation can create unwanted electrical hazard which can cause serious injury, property damage,
or death.
ATTENTION INSTALLER - This manual contains important information about the installation,
operation and safe use of this product. This information should be given to the owner/operator of this
equipment.
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Table of Contents
Section 1.Safety Information....................... 4
Section 2.System Description..................... 5
2.1 Electrical Specifications................................5
2.2 Schematic.....................................................6
Section 3.Installation Instructions.............. 7
3.1
3.2 3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
Materials and Tools.......................................7
Installing the Control Box..............................7
Changing Wiring for 110 Volt Operation ......8
Grounding.....................................................8
Installing the Valve and Relay.......................9
Installing the Sensor................................... 11
Vanishing Edge Pool Installation................12
Section 4. Operation...................................13
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Controller Lights.........................................13
Fill Safety Lockout Mode............................14
Pump On Delay Variable Timer..................14
Pump Off Delay Variable Timer..................15
Change Jumpers and Dip Switches...........15
Section 5. Troubleshooting........................ 16
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4 Observations at Job Site............................16
Test Operation of Control Unit....................16
Fill Valve Will Not Turn OFF........................18
Fill Valve Will Not Turn ON.........................19
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Section 1.Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF
PROPERTY DAMAGE OR INJURY TO PERSONS
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
When installing and using this equipment, basic safety precautions should always be observed, including the
following:
WARNING
FOR YOUR SAFETY. This product must be installed and serviced by a professional service technician,
qualified in pool/spa installation and maintenance. Improper installation or operation could cause serious injury,
property damage, or death. Improper installation or operation will void the warranty.
WARNING
Before installing this product, read and follow all warning notices and instructions accompanying it. Failure to
follow safety warnings and instructions could result in severe injury, death, or property damage.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely supervised at all
times.
WARNING
Risk of electric shock - Install the control box at least five (5) feet (152.4cm) from the inside wall of the pool and/
or hot tub using non-metallic plumbing. Canadian installations must be at least three (3) meters from the water.
Children should not use spas or hot tubs without adult supervision.
Do not use spas or hot tubs unless all suction guards are installed to prevent body and hair entrapment.
People using medications and/or having an adverse medical history should consult a physician before using a
spa or hot tub.
CAUTION
Sensor wires must be continuous and not spliced. Solder all low voltage wire connections when possible
and always use grease-filled wire nuts on low voltage connections.
ATTENTION INSTALLER: Install to provide drainage of compartment for electrical
components.
ATTENTION INSTALLER: This manual contains important information about the installation,
operation and safe use of this product. This information should be given to the owner/operator
of this equipment.
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Section 2.System Description
Levolor II by Jandy Model K-2000 is a computercontrolled device that detects low and high water
conditions.
This model can be used in any situation where a
consistent liquid level is desired and a high and low
level situation can be detected and acted upon, such as
a Vanishing Edge pool. It automatically fills the pool
when the water level is too low and stops filling the pool
when the water level is normal
The K-2000 Kit contains a sensor, remote sensor
housing, control box, and solenoid valve. For details
about the materials in the kit and a list of additional
materials needed to install the K-2000 kit, refer to
Section 3.1, Materials and Tools.
Sensor
The sensor has three (3) probes: one (1) short probe
to measure the high water level, one (1) long probe to
measure the minimum operating level of the water, and
one (1) long common probe. The long probes come in
4", 18" and 30" lengths.
The sensor is a slip-type sensor that glues to a 1"
coupling.
Depending on the kit, the sensor comes with 50 to
500 feet of wire at the top and three (3) stainless steel
contacts at the bottom. The excess wire should be cut
off after you have completed the installation.
Control Box
The control box has five (5) LED lights. They are:
- Power
- Sensor
- Fill
- High Water Sensor
- High Water Pump
For details about the functions of the lights, refer to
Section 4.1, Controller Lights.
The control box is factory wired for 220 volt operation,
but can optionally be rewired for 110 volt operation. See
Section 3.3, Changing Wiring for 110 Volt Operation.
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Valve
The K-2000 requires one (1) 24VAC solenoid valve.
The Jandy-supplied valve (PN SOL100) has a pressure
rating that cannot exceed 125 PSI.
2.1
Electrical Specifications
Input: 110VAC, 50/60 HZ, 0.5 AMPS
220VAC, 50/60 HZ, 0.5 AMPS
Valve Output: 24VAC@ 1 AMP
Relay Output: 24VDC@ 1 AMP
CAUTION
Model K-2000 is factory wired for 220VAC
service. If available electrical service is
110VAC, the power supply wiring must be
changed to operate on 110VAC as shown in
Figures 3 and 4.
Figure 1. K-2000 Schematic
or Relay
by Others
Time Clock
Load 1
Load 2
(+)
(-)
Relay Coil
24VDC
Solenoid
Valve
DC relay contacts must be rated appropriately for selected pump operation.
*Line 1
*Line 2
Red
Gray
Blue
Blue
Pump
Load 2
Contacts (NO)
Load 1
Return to any place in
the system
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NOTE
High Level Sensor...Yellow/Red
White Wire
110VAC
or
220VAC
Power
Supply
Fill Sensor...Yellow/Blue
Red Wire
*Line 2
Sensor Common...Yellow
Black Wire
Levolor II
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*Line 1
Controller Sensor Wires
House
or
Irrigation
2.2 Wires from Sensor
Water
Supply
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Schematic
This section contains a schematic for the K-2000.
1.
Materials and Tools
Qty
Three-probe Sensor with Wire
1
24VAC Solenoid Valve
1
1" Coupler
1
Control Box (K-2000)
1
Remote Sensor Housing
1
Hardware Kit
1
Grease-Filled Wire Nuts for Valve
2 per kit
Screws
4 per kit
Anchors
4 per kit
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1
Additional Materials Needed for Installation
DPST (Dual Pole Single Throw) 24VDC Relay with
Contacts Properly Rated for Pump Selected
Anti-Siphon Valve*
Fill Line
Filter
Anti-siphon
Valve
Figure 2. K-2000 Installation
2.
Mount the control box at eye level. Leave
sufficient clearance on all sides of the chassis
backplate.
3.
Check the source voltage. (The unit is factory
wired for 220 volt operation.) To modify the
wiring for 110 volt operation, see Section 3.3,
Changing Wiring for 110 Volt Operation.
4.
For 220 volt operation, connect the black wire to
line 1 and connect the black wire with the yellow
stripe to line 2. See Figure 3.
2-Conductor 18-Gauge Solid-Core Burial Cable
Wire Nut Connectors for the Sensor, Relay, and
Power Connections.
*The anti-siphon valve is not necessary if the
connection is made from the irrigation system.
Open the box and check to see that it contains the
contents listed above. If it does not, contact your dealer
or Zodiac technical support at 1 (800)-822-7933.
Transformer
6
Green
NOTE You can order a 24VDC relay rated for 3 HP
from Jandy (Part No. R0658100).
Mount the control box to the wall near the pump
and filter. See Figure 2. Do not install the control
box within 10 feet (3 meters) of the pool edges.
Ground
Line 1
5
2
1
BLK/YEL
Installation Materials Furnished for
Levolor II, Model K-2000
Installing the Control Box
BLK/RED
3.1
3.2 BLK
Section 3.Installation Instructions
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BLK/WHT
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Line 2
Figure 3. Factory Wiring for 220 Volt Operation
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3.3
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Changing Wiring for 110 Volt
Operation
WARNING
Potentially high voltages in the Levolor control box
can create dangerous electrical hazards, possibly
causing death, serious injury or property damage.
Turn off power at the main circuit breaker providing
power to the control box to disconnect the control
box from the system. To properly and safely wire the
system, be sure to carefully follow the applicable
requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC),
NFPA 70 or the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC),
CSA C22.1. All applicable local installation codes
must also be adhered to.
Refer to Figures 3 and 4 and do the following:
1.
Cut the splice cap connecting the black/white and
the black/red wires. See Figure 3.
2.
Connect the black/red wire with the black wire and
connect to the line side of power. See Figure 4.
3.
Connect the black/white wire with the black/
yellow wire and connect to the neutral side of
power. See Figure 4.
Transformer
Ground
Line
1
BLK/YEL
2
BLK/RED
5
BLK/WHT
BLK
Green
6
Neutral
Figure 4. Modified Wiring for 110 Volt Operation
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3.4Grounding
Connect the green ground wire marked to the
grounding terminal of your electrical service or supply
panel with a continuous copper conductor having green
insulation. It must be equivalent in size to the circuit
conductors supplying this equipment, but no smaller
than No. 12 AWG (3.3mm). Refer to your local codes
for the acceptable grounding wire gauge.
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Installing the Valve and Relay
Flow Control
NOTE Install the valve with the directional water flow
arrow pointing in the appropriate direction. The
directional water flow arrow is located on the
inlet side of the valve.
A 24VAC solenoid valve will provide water from a
supply line to the pool. You can install the supply line
either before or after the filter at the equipment pad or
on a dedicated line back to the pool.
Zodiac recommends a minimum ¾" valve and an antisiphon valve, which provides inexpensive insurance
against accidental draining of the pool.
Always use an in-line strainer, which can be purchased
from Zodiac.
1.
Connect the 24VAC water solenoid valve to the
18-gauge solid-core burial cable using the supplied
grease-filled wire nuts.
2.
Connect the wires from the Fill Valve to the blue
wires in the control box using wire nuts. See
Figure 7, Control Box Wiring, on page 10.
3.
Connect the wires from the High Level DC Relay
to the gray wire (-) and the red wire (+) in the
control box using wire nuts. See Figure 7, Control
Box Wiring, on page 10.
4.
Turn the flow control knob (+) on the top of the
valve (See Figure 5) to set the flow rate to your
specifications. (The rate can be set up to 30 GPM.)
5.
Put the manual ON/OFF lever, located just below
the solenoid, in the OFF position, so it can only
be opened with the electronic water Levolor. See
Figure 6.
Figure 5. Valve Flow Controller
ON
Manual
On/Off Lever
Manual Filling
Figure 6. Manual Valve Lever
OFF
Manual
On/Off Lever
Controlled Filling
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Five (5) Status Lights
Red and Gray Wires to High Level DC Relay (24VDC)
Blue Wires to Fill Valve
Black Wire to Power (24VAC)
Yellow Wire/Blue Stripe to Fill Sensor
Yellow Wire to Sensor Common
Yellow Wire/Red Stripe to High Water Sensor (HWS)
Black Wire to Power (24VAC)
Transformer
Green Wire (Ground)
Black Wire
Black Wire/White Stripe
Black Wire/Red Stripe
Black Wire/Yellow Stripe
HWS (Yellow/Red)
Black
Sensor Common (Yellow)
White
Fill Sensor (Yellow/Blue)
Red
Fill Valve (Blue)
Fill Valve (Blue)
24VAC
High Level DC Relay (Red +)
High Level DC Relay (Gray -)
Figure 7. Control Box Wiring
24VDC
Sensor Common
High Water Sensor
Fill Sensor
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Installing the Sensor
Mount the slip sensor vertically in a static pipe.
See Figure 8.
SIDE VIEW
Cable
NOTE Glue 1" fittings with 793 IPS brand ABS/PVC
glue. Do not glue 2" fittings.
NOTE Sensor wires must be continuous and not
spliced. Solder all low voltage wire connections
when possible and always use grease-filled
wire nuts on low voltage connections.
2. Connect the sensor wires as follows. Refer to
Figure 7, Control Box Wiring, page 10 and
Table 1, Sensor Wire Connections, shown below.
a.
Connect the black wire from the Sensor
Common probe to the yellow wire in the
control box using a wire nut.
b.
Connect the red wire from the Fill Sensor
probe to the yellow wire with the blue stripe
in the control box using a wire nut.
c.
Connect the white wire from the High Water
Sensor probe to the yellow wire with the red
stripe in the control box using a wire nut.
Table 1. Sensor Wire Connections
Sensor Wires
Control Box Wires
Black (Sensor Common Probe)
Yellow
Red (Fill Sensor Probe)
Yellow/Blue Stripe
White (High Water Sensor Probe)
Yellow/Red Stripe
Extension
Pipe
Do Not Submerge
Sensor Under
Water
1" Coupling
Sensor Tips
Sensor
Water Level
TOP VIEW
Sensor
Cable
Figure 8. Slip Sensor on Static Pipe
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Vanishing Edge Pool Installation
Figure 9 shows the installation of a pool with a
vanishing edge design.
Vanishing Edge Pool
Catch Basin
Remote Sensor Housing
½" Conduit Connection
1" Coupling
High Water Level
High Water Sensor Probe*
Sensor Common Probe*
Conduit to Sensor Control
System at Control Box
Minimum Operating Water Level
Fill Sensor Probe*
Bond Beam
1" P.V.C. Equalizer Line
*Install sensor such that long probe tips are close to Minimum Operating Level and short tip is close to High Water Level.
NOTE When mounting a slip sensor on a static pipe, glue 1" fittings with 793 IPS brand ABS/PVC glue.
Do not glue 2" fittings.
Figure 9. Installation of Vanishing Edge Pool
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4.1
Section 4. Operation
Controller Lights
The controller has five (5) LED lights. See Figure 12
and Table 2, LED Indicators.
Filling
Sensor
Power
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The Power light turns green when power is on.
The Sensor light turns yellow when the water is not
touching the Fill Sensor.
II
High
Water
Sensor
Power
Sensor
High Water
Sensor
Filling
High
Water
Pump
High Water
Pump
Levolor
Electronic
Water Fill
System
Model No. K-2000
The Fill light turns green when the valve is operational
and filling, and it turns red when the unit enters Lockout
Safety Mode.
The High Water Sensor light turns yellow when the
High Water Sensor is in the water.
The High Water Pump light turns green when the
vanishing edge pump is running.
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trol
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ce parts inside
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Figure 12. Controller Lights
Table 2. LED Indicators
LED
Function
Indicated
Color
Power
Turn Power ON
Green
Sensor
Detect Low Water in
Yellow
Catch Basin
High Water
Pump
Delay to Turn Function
ON
Delay to Turn Function
OFF
None
None
None
None
20 Sec after Sensor
Light Turns ON
20 Sec after Sensor Light
Turns OFF
20, 40 or 60 Min
24 Hrs
Fill Pool
Green
Fill Safety Lockout
Red
Detect High Water
in Catch Basin
Yellow
Water is
High
None
None
Green
High Water
Pump is ON
20 Sec,
1, 2½ or 5 Min
20 Sec or 2½ Min
5, 10, 15 or 20 Min
25, 30, 35 or 40 Min
Off
High Water
Pump is OFF
20 Sec or 2½ Min
5, 10, 15 or 20 Min
25, 30, 35 or 40 Min
Not Applicable
Filling
High Water
Sensor
Operating
Mode
Power is
ON
Water is
Low
Fill Valve is
ON
Fill Valve is
OFF
Pump Water from
Catch Basin to Pool
Stop Pumping Catch
Basin Water to Pool
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Fill Safety Lockout Mode
The Levolor is equipped with a Fill Safety Lockout
Mode. This means that if the Fill Sensor probe has
not been touched by water within the pre-set Fill time
period, the controller turns the valve off for 24 hours
and changes the Fill light from green to red.
The pre-set factory Fill time period is 20 minutes. See
Table 2, LED Indicators, page 13.
To change the Fill time, follow the steps in Section
4.5, Change Jumpers and Dip Switches, and cut the
appropriate jumper(s) as shown below in Table 3.
Lock-out
Jumpers
S1
A
B
Pump On
Delay
Jumpers
Pump Off
Delay
Dip Switches
1
2
OFF
ON
20 sec
OFF
ON
2.5 min
OFF
ON
5 min
OFF
ON
10 min
OFF
ON
15 min
OFF
ON
20 min
OFF
ON
25 min
OFF
ON
30 min
OFF
ON
35 min
OFF
ON
40 min
Table 3. Fill Safety Lockout Mode Settings
Jumper(s)
Fill Time Period
Factory Default
20 minute Fill before Lockout
Cut Either A or B
40 minute Fill before Lockout
Cut Both A and B
60 minute Fill before Lockout
NOTE Cutting the S-1 Jumper will disable the Safety
Lockout function.
The jumpers are located at the top left of the circuit
board. See Figure 13.
4.3
Pump On Delay Variable Timer
When water touches the High Water Sensor, there is
a delay before the controller activates the High Water
Pump.
The pre-set factory delay time is 2 ½ minutes.
See Table 2, LED Indicators, page 13.
To change the delay time, follow the steps in Section
4.5, Change Jumpers and Dip Switches, and cut the
appropriate jumper(s), as shown below in Table 4.
Table 4. Pump On Delay Settings
Jumper
Delay
Factory Default
2½ minutes
Jumper 1
20 seconds
Jumper 2
1 minute
Jumpers 1 and 2
5 minutes
The jumpers are located between the top left and middle
controller lights on the circuit board. See Figure 13.
Figure 13. Jumpers and Dip Switches
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Pump Off Delay Variable Timer
When the water is no longer touching the High Water
Sensor, there is a delay before the controller deactivates
the High Water Pump.
The pre-set factory delay time is 20 seconds. See
Table 2, LED Indicators, and Figure 14.
To change the delay time, follow the steps in Section
4.5, Change Jumpers and Dip Switches, refer to Figure
14, and do the following:
4.5
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Change Jumpers and Dip Switches
WARNING
Turn off the power to the control box before starting
this procedure. Failure to comply may cause a shock
hazard, resulting in severe personal injury or death.
To change the jumpers and dip switches, do the
following:
1.
Shut power off to the control box.
1. Slide dip switch S1, which is set for 20 seconds, to
the OFF position.
2.
Remove the three (3) screws from the upper
cover plate on the front of the control box.
2.
3.
Lift and remove the cover plate from the
control box.
4.
Locate the jumpers and dip switches. See
Figures 13 and 14.
5.
Make adjustments to the jumper(s) and/or dip
switches, as necessary. See Sections 4.2, Fill
Safety Lockout Mode, 4.3, Pump On Delay
Variable Timer, and 4.4, Pump Off Delay Variable
Timer.
6.
Replace the top cover plate, being careful to align
the LED lights with the plastic lenses in the plate.
7.
Install the three (3) screws. Do not overtighten or
you will damage the plastic mounts.
8.
Turn on the power to the control box. The new
timing changes will take effect.
Slide one of the other nine (9) dip switches to the
ON position, depending on the desired length of
the delay.
NOTE Important! There can only be one (1) dip switch
on at any time.
S1
OFF
ON
20 sec*
S2
OFF
ON
2.5 min
S3
OFF
ON
5 min
S4
OFF
ON
10 min
S5
OFF
ON
15 min
S6
OFF
ON
20 min
S7
OFF
ON
25 min
S8
OFF
ON
30 min
S9
OFF
ON
35 min
S10
OFF
ON
40 min
*Default is 20 seconds.
NOTE Only one (1) switch can be on at a time.
Figure 14. Pump OFF Delay Dip Switches
The dip switches are located below the top left
controller light on the circuit board. See Figure 13.
NOTE If you adjust the jumpers or dip switches without
turning the power off in advance, you will need
to cycle the power from OFF to ON after making
the adjustments for the new timing changes to
take effect.
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Section 5. Troubleshooting
Tools required: Multimeter that can read AC and DC
voltage and No. 6 Phillips screwdriver.
5.1
5.2
2.
Test Operation of Control Unit
5.2.1 Prepare the Control Unit
1.
Shut power off to the control box.
WARNING
Observations at Job Site
Turn off the power to the control box before starting
this procedure. Failure to comply may cause a shock
hazard, resulting in severe personal injury or death.
Make these initial observations when at the jobsite.
1.
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Proper wire usage between the controller and the
valve. (Direct-burial style polypropelene-jacketed
solid-core wire (at least 18-gauge wire): the same
wire as the sensor wire.)
CAUTION
Be sure to separate wires so that they are not
touching each other or damage may result to the
control box.
Proper wire nuts at the valve connection. (Greasefilled wire nuts or gel caps. Conventional wire
nuts filled with silicone will not work since some
silicones have acids that degrade copper wires.)
2.
3.
Sensor wire is continuous and not spliced. (No
splices between the tips and the controller.)
Disconnect the sensor from the sensor wires. Refer
to Figure 7, Control Box Wiring, on page 10, and
Table 1, Sensor Wire Connections, on page 11.
a.
4.
Proper use of appropriate sensor and location: slip
style for static pipes.
Disconnect the black wire for the Sensor
Common probe from the yellow wire in the
control box.
5.
Proper power input voltage to the box and proper
wiring for the voltage (110 or 220VAC).
b.
Disconnect the red wire for the Fill Sensor
probe from the yellow wire with the blue
stripe in the control box.
6.
Remove top face plate to verify that control lights
on PCB line up with plastic lenses on the plate.
c.
Disconnect the white wire for the High Water
Sensor probe from the yellow wire with the
red stripe in the control box. 3.
Disconnect the valve and the relay from the
control box. Refer to Figure 7, Control Box
Wiring, on page 10, and Table 5, shown below.
a.
Disconnect the valve from the blue wires in
the control box.
b.
Disconnect the relay from the red and gray
wires in the control box.
NOTE Before making changes to connections or
settings, reset the controller by powering off for
10 seconds and then powering back on.
Table 5. Valve and Relay Connections
Valve or Relay
Valve Wires
Relay Wires
Control Box Wires
Blue
Red and Gray
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5.2.2 Simulate Fill Valve and Activate
Pump
NOTE You have simulated a low water condition by
following Step 2.b. in Section 5.2.1.
1.
2.
3.
Twist the yellow wire and the yellow wire with
the red stripe together to simulate a high water
condition in the vanishing edge catch basin.
Remove the three (3) screws from the upper cover
plate and lift the upper cover plate off the control
box.
Verify that dip switches S2-S10 are set to the OFF
position and that dip switch S1 is set to ON. See
Figure 14, page 15.
4.
Verify that jumpers 1 and 2 are installed on the
control PCB. See Figure 13, page 14.
5.
Replace the upper cover plate, making sure that
the five (5) LEDs line up with the plastic lenses
on the cover. Attach the upper cover plate to the
control box using three (3) screws. Do not over
tighten.
6.
Restore power to the control box and observe the
operation. The control box is working if steps
6 a - e and the steps in Section 5.2.3 and
Section 5.2.4 occur.
a.
The Power light turns green.
b.
The Sensor light turns yellow.
c.
The High Water Sensor light turns yellow.
d.
After 20 seconds, the Fill light turns green
and you can measure 24VAC across the blue
wires with an AC volt meter.
e.
After 2 ½ minutes, the High Water Pump
light turns green and you can measure
24VDC across the red and gray wires with a
DC volt meter.
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5.2.3 Simulate Water Level Full
Shut off the fill valve by simulating a water level full
condition.
1.
Twist these three (3) wires together: yellow wire,
yellow wire with blue stripe, and yellow wire with
red stripe.
2.
The Sensor light turns off immediately.
3.
After 20 seconds, the Fill light turns off.
4.
You can measure 0VAC across the blue wires with
an AC volt meter.
5.2.4 Simulate Lowering of High Water
Level in Catch Basin
Shut off the High Water Pump by simulating that the
High Water level in the vanishing edge catch basin has
lowered.
1.
Disconnect the yellow wire with the red stripe
from the yellow wire and yellow wire with the
blue stripe.
2.
The High Water Sensor light turns off
immediately.
3.
After 20 seconds, the High Water Pump light
turns off.
4.
You can measure 0VDC across the red and gray
wires with a DC volt meter.
5.2.5 Manual Valve Override
There is a manual ON/OFF lever located just below the
solenoid. If you are having a problem with the system
and want to override the electronic water Levolor, you
can manually open the valve by putting the lever in the
up position ↑ (12 o’clock) for manual filling. See
Figure 6, Manual Valve Lever, on page 9.
During normal operation, the lever must be in the
horizontal position → (3 o’clock) for controller filling.
See Figure 6, Manual Valve Lever, on page 9.
5.2.6 Troubleshooting Specific Conditions
Use the troubleshooting flow charts on the following
pages to find and fix the following problems.
- Fill Will Not Turn Off
- Fill Will Not Turn On
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Fill Valve Will Not Turn OFF
Fill Valve Will Not Turn OFF
YES
PCB is bad.
NO
Is the Fill light on?
NO
Disconnect the yellow wire
at the controller from the
black wire at the sensor.
Disconnect the yellow wire
at the controller from the
black wire at the sensor.
Disconnect the yellow/blue wire
at the controller from the
red wire at the sensor.
Disconnect the yellow/blue wire
at the controller from the
white wire at the sensor.
Twist the yellow wire and the
yellow/blue wire together.
Twist the yellow wire and the
yellow/blue wire together.
Does the fill
light turn off?
Does the valve shut
off in 20 seconds?
YES
Does valve shut
off in 20 seconds?
YES
Remove upper face plate to
check Fill LED.
YES
Is LED on, but not
showing through lens?
NO
Sensor
is bad.
NO
Disconnect the blue wires
from the controller.
YES
Fix problem by aligning the
LED with the lens.
NO
Measure the voltage across the
blue wires with an AC volt meter.
PCB is bad.
Relay is stuck.
YES
Does the voltage
measure 24VAC?
NO
Possible Causes
1. Manual lever is on.
2. Diaphragm needs cleaning.
3. Diaphragm is bad.
4. Valve is bad.
PCB or LED
is bad.
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Fill Valve Will Not Turn ON
Fill Valve Will Not Turn ON
YES
NO
Is sensor light on?
YES
Is power light on?
Are long sensor
probes in water?
NO
YES
Check power to box.
- Circuit breaker
- Line voltage
- Wire connections to box
- Transformer voltage wiring
System is normal. Fill will not
turn on when water is full.
NO
Disconnect red and black
sensor wires from
control box.
Does sensor
light turn on?
YES
NO
PCB is bad.
YES
NO
What color
is light?
Red
24 Hour Lockout is in Effect.
- Check time to refill.
- Check valve operation.
- Check water supply.
- Check strainer.
Green
YES
NO
NO
Is fill light on?
Does fill light turn
on in 20 seconds?
Is there 24VAC
at blue wires
in control box?
YES
Is there 24VAC
at valve?
YES
NO
Cable to valve is bad.
Voltage is delivered to valve.
- If gate is closed, open it.
- If solenoid port is dirty, clean it.
- If solenoid is not working, replace it.
- If valve is clogged, clean it.
- If diaphragm is stuck, clean it.
- If diaphragm is bad, replace it.
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