Installation For Fully Automatic Bottle Warmer - DynoTune

Installation For Fully Automatic Bottle Warmer - DynoTune
Installation For Fully Automatic Bottle Warmer
Congratulations!
You have purchased one of the finest Bottle Warmers on the market. Follow
the directions below as a guide for installation and use. It is extremely important to
read all the instructions and warnings associated with using this bottle warmer or
personal/property damage could occur. This Warmer kit is for racing use only, off
road and should never be used on public highways or roads.
Index
Section 1 Operation overview
Section 2 Installation
Section 3 Using and Adjusting the Warmer
Section 4 Troubleshooting
Section 5 Specifications
Section 1
Operation overview
The DynoTune Fully Automatic Bottle warmer will heat your bottle resulting
in a pressure of 900 to 1250 PSI. Warning!! The valve on your bottle must be
turned on for the bottle warmer to operate and control the Warmer. If the
valve is left closed and the Warmer is on it will never shut off and the bottle
tempeture/pressure will become extreme possibly resulting is the bottles over
pressure safety disk bursting releasing the Nitrous out of the bottle. Nitrous
will burn your skin! You must run a blow down tube that connects to the
bottle Burst disk and vent the tube outside per NHRA rules to be a safe
installation. You must use a pressure Gauge to verify and make adjustments to
the Nitrous Pressure Switch. The Bottle Warmer may reach temperatures
greater than 300 degrees f, be careful as this can burn your skin!
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Section 2
Installation of the Automatic Bottle Warmer
1) Attach the Bottle Adaptor/Nitrous Pressure Switch assembly to your bottles output nipple.
Tighten securely.
2) Wrap the bottle warmer tightly around the bottle and secure with the Velcro straps. Failure to
keep the warmer tight against the bottle may result in premature warmer failure.
3) Mount the Main lighted power switch on the dash, someplace you can see it so you know when it’s
on!
4) Wire the Relay, Power Switch, and rest of the circuit as shown in the diagram below. Make sure
and crimp all the connectors as securely as possible and watch for shorts. Soldering is always the
best option. Either wire on heater element or pressure switch can be used, there’s no polarity
Key/Accessory Switched
12 Volts
Ground
Power
ON/OFF
Switch
ACC
Battery
12 Volts
Chassis
Or Battery
Ground
25A Fuse
Pin 86
Pin 30
30 Amp Relay
Pin 85
4AN
Gauge
To
Bottle
Fitting
Nitrous
Pressure
Switch
To chassis or
Battery Ground
Pin 87
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW
White wires
2
To Chassis or
Battery Ground
HEATER
Section 3
Using and Adjusting the Warmer
1) You are ready to test your Bottle warmer! Follow all the directions and
warnings for proper operation.
2) Make sure your blow down tube and Pressure Gauge are installed.
3) Open the nitrous bottle valve.
4) Verify the pressure at the bottle via the Gauge
5) Turn on the bottle warmer
6) The Pressure switch comes pre-set at about 900psi. You are welcome to
make fine adjustments as needed.
ADJUSTMENT SCREW HERE!
a. Clockwise increases bottle pressure
b. Counter Clockwise decreases bottle pressure.
Warning!! Do not turn the screw more than a ¼ turn at a time otherwise
you may not know where the set point is. Always check your adjustments
with your Nitrous Pressure Gauge. Let the heater stabilize before making
another adjustment.
Warning!! The valve on your bottle must be turned on for the bottle warmer to
operate and control the Warmer. If the valve is left closed and the Warmer is
on it will never shut off and the bottle tempeture/pressure will become
extreme possibly resulting is the bottles over pressure safety disk bursting
releasing the Nitrous out of the bottle. Nitrous will burn your skin! You must
run a blow down tube that connects to the bottle Burst disk and vent the tube
outside per NHRA rules to be a safe installation. You must use a pressure
Gauge to verify and make adjustments to the Nitrous Pressure Switch. The
Bottle Warmer may reach temperatures greater than 300 degrees f, be careful
as this can burn your skin!
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Section 4
Troubleshooting
! The bottle warmer does not get hot - Check all the wiring and the fuse.
1) Leave everything hooked up (red power switch “ON”) and simply short
the two terminals on the pressure switch with a screw driver or needle nose
pliers. You should hear the relay click! If it does not click, check your wiring!
Make sure you have the red lighted switch hooked up correctly as this can
cause trouble
2). If the relay clicks then try adjusting the pressure switch. Turn the screw
between the two terminals fully counter clockwise until it is getting loose.
Open the bottle valve. Now start turning the screw clockwise until you hear
the relay click off. Resume turning clockwise in ¼ turn increments until your
desired bottle pressure is reached.
Section 5
Specifications
Fully automatic
Bottle Warmer
Operating
Supply voltage
Current consumption
Pressure Switch Adjustment
13.8 volts
20 amps
500PSI to 1250 PSI
ON
Do not forget to Turn
your valve and do
not leave the system on while the car is
unattended!
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