reo-pure ro controller set points

reo-pure ro controller set points
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REO-PURE R.O. CONTROLLER SET POINTS
S-150 MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLER
SET POINT
DESCRIPTION
RANGE
DEFAULT
VALUE
PRESET
VALUE
TDS/COND. LIMIT
When this value is met or exceeded, the alarm lamp will
light and high TDS/Cond will show on the display.
TO disable, set to 0.
0-999 Us or
PPM
100
100
TDS/COND. DELAY
When the limit Setpoint is exceeded, no alarm will be
given until this time has expired.
0-999
seconds
30S
30S
TDS/COND. SHTDWN
Once a TDS/Cond alarm is active, if the time is exceeded,
a TDS/Cond shut down will occur.
To disable, set to 0.
0-99
minutes
0M
0M
PRESS FAULT DELAY
The amount of time between the inlet valve
opening and the RO pump start.
0-99
seconds
60S
60S
R.O. START DELAY
The time a pressure fault must be active before a
pressure fault shut down occurs.
0-99
seconds
5S
5S
AUTO RESET
When a pressure fault shut down is active, the system
will attempt to restart after this delay. If set to 0, system
must be manually reset.
0-99
minutes
60M
60M
ALARM SILENCE
If the audible alarm is silenced, after this delay, the alarm will
resound. If set to 0, the alarm will remain silenced.
0-99
minutes
0M
0M
TF RESTART DELAY
When a tank full condition clears, the system
will restart after this delay.
0-99
sec./min.
2S
2S
TF RESTART
Selects whether the tank full restart delay is in
seconds or minutes. 0 = seconds, 1 = minutes.
0-1
0
0
TFO TIME
The amount of time a tank full override lasts.
0-9
minutes
5M
5M
TANK LOW RESTART
When a tank low condition clears, the auxillary or boost pump
will restart after this delay.
0-99
minutes
15M
15M
FLUSH TYPE
Selects the type of flush.
Set to 0 to diable flush.
0-8
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8
FLUSH TIME
The length of time a membrane flush cycle
will last when flush is active.
0-99
minutes
1M
1M
FLUSH INTERVAL
The interval between flush cycles. Only valid with
op hour, elapsed time or off flush types.
0-99
hours
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24
FLUSH MODE
Selects if the inlet and RO pump relays
operate during flush.
0-3
0
3
MAXIMUM HOURS
If the current operating hours exceed this limit, the
operating hours warning will occur.
To disable, set to 0.
0-65000
hours
0
0
CURRENT HOURS
Current number of hours of RO system opeation.
0-65000
0
0
EXPANDER MODE
Selects how the relays on the I/O expander board operate.
0-4
0
0
TEMP. OFFSET
Allows adjustment of temperature reading by +/- 5 degrees.
<5º / +5º
0º
0º
TEMP. UOM
Selects display of temperature in ºF or ºC.
0-1
0
0
SWITCH SELECT
Selects if switch inputs are normally open or normally closed.
0-32
0
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TDS/COND. UOM
Selects display of water quality in Us or PPM.
NOTE: If this setpoint is changed the unit must be recalibrated.
0-1
0
1
TDS/COND. RANGE
Selects range of TDS/Conductivity monitor.
0 = 50, 1 = 100, 2 = 250, 3 = 500, 4 = 1000, 5 = 2500, 6 = 5000
0-6
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REO-PURE R.O. SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
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REO-PURE SYSTEM
WILL NOT START
No electrical power to microprocessor
Storage tank full
Low feed water pressure
Pump / motor malfunction
Pressure or float switch defective
Check power supply
Drain portion of water out of tank
See LOW FEED PRESSURE
Check, replace if necessary
Check, replace if necessary
LOW FEED PRESSURE
Manual feed water valve not open
Inlet solenoid valve not open
Low inlet water pressure
Filters plugged
Obstructed feed line
Inadequate upsteam pretreatment
Open valve
Check, replace if necessary
Check, increase pressure
Check, replace if necessary
Check inlet piping
Check if sized correctly or fouled
LOW OPERATING
PRESSURE
System pressure regulator needs adjustment
Pump / motor coupling broken
Pressure gauge broken
Pump impellers worn
Low water volume to pump
Malfunctioning pump
Membrane element brine seal is folded or not sealed against housing wall
Inlet solenoid valve not opening
Membrane element fouled
Autoflush On
Check, adjust if necessary
Check, replace if necessary
Check, replace if necessary
Check, replace if necessary
See LOW FEED PRESSURE
Check, replace if necessary
Check valve seal, use care when reinstalling the element into vessel
Clean solenoid valve or replace
Check, clean or replace
Check controller, Check Autoflush program
LOW OR NO REJECT
WATER / HIGH
OPERATING PRESSURE
Blocked drain line
Reject valve blocked or damaged
Flow meter inaccurate
Membrane element clogged or fouled
Check and clean
Remove reject valve stem. Check for damage or blockage. Clean or replace.
Check reject flow manually with stop watch. Repair or replace flow meter.
Check, clean or replace
LOW OR NO PRODUCT
WATER
Pump pressure low
Membrane element clogged or fouled
Water temperature too low
Product check valve damaged
Membrane element installed backward or brine seal damaged / rolled
Flow meter incorrect
Check and adjust
Check, clean or replace
Check
Replace check valve
Check, use care when replacing element into housing
Check product flow manually with a stop watch. Repair or replace flow meter.
BAD TASTING WATER
Increase in feed water TDS
Filter cartridges exhausted
Tank and system contaminated
Tank contaminated
Membrane element not flushed completely
See HIGH TDS IN PRODUCT WATER
Replace filter cartridges
Replace filter cartridges and membrane element, sterilize system and tank
Re-sterilize tank
Flush one or two tanks of product water
PUMP DOES NOT RUN
Defective controls
Pump is bound
Pump / motor coupling damaged
Check controller and wiring
Manually check pump rotation, replace if necessary
Check, replace if necessary
HIGH TDS IN
PRODUCT WATER
Membrane element expended
Insufficient reject flow rate
Increae in feed water TDS
Product tube o-ring camaged or out of place
Conductivity monitor inaccurate or probe fouled
Check, replace if necessary
Check, reject flow must be at least equal to product flow
Use percent rejection to calculate increase in product TDS
Remove top and bottom end caps from housing. Reinstall or replace o-ring.
Calibrate monitor. Check monitor connections. Clean or replace probe.
CLOUDY WATER
Dissolved air in feed water concentrated in product water
Usually clears up as condition of feed water changes. Letting water stand will
allow dissolved air to dissipate.
SYSTEM LOG
MODEL # ________________ OPERATOR: _________________
SERIAL # ________________ FROM _________ TO _________
DATE
PRE-FILTER
INLET
PRESSURE
PSI
PRE-FILTER OPERATING
POST
OUTLET
PRESSURE MEMBRANE
PRESSURE
PSI
PRESSURE
PSI
PSI
FEED
WATER
TEMP
PRODUCT
WATER
FLOW
GPM
REJECT
WATER
FLOW
GPM
FEED
WATER
TDS
PPM
PRODUCT
WATER
TDS
PPM
SEDIMENT
PRE-FILTER
CHANGE
DATE
CARBON
PRE-FILTER
CHANGE
DATE
MEMBRANE
FEED
ELEMENT
WATER
CHANGE
HARDNESS
DATE
GPG
FEED
WATER
pH
FEED
WATER
CHLORINE
PPM
FEED
WATER
IRON
PPM
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