OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL FOR “KMS MF

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL FOR “KMS MF
This operating instructions contains safety information
that if ignored can endanger life or result in serious
injury. They are indicated by this icon.
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Use of this pump with radioactive chemicals is
forbidden!
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Keep the pump protected from sun and water.
Avoid water splashes.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL
F O R “ KMS MF” D O S I N G P U M P
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“KMS MF” series solenoid dosing pumps comply with the following European
regulations:
EN60335-1 : 1995, EN55014, EN50081-1/2, EN50082-1/2, EN6055-2, EN60555,3
Based on directive CEE 73/23 c 93/68 (DBT Low voltage directive) and directive 89/336/
CEE (EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility)
GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES
Danger!
In emergencies the pump should be switched off immediately! Disconnect the power
cable from the power supply!
When using pump with aggressive chemicals observe the regulations concerning the
transport and storage of aggressive fluids!
When installing always observe national regulations!
Manufacturer is not liable for any unauthorized use or misuse of this product that may
cause injury, damage to persons or materials.
Caution!
Pump must be accessible at all times for both operating and servicing. Access must
not be obstructed in any way!
Feeder should be interlocked with a no-flow protection device.
Pump and accessories must be serviced and repaired by qualified and authorized
personnel only!
Always discharge the liquid end before servicing the pump!
Empty and rinse the liquid end before work on a pump which has been used with
hazardous or unknown chemicals!
Always read chemical safety datasheet!
Always wear protective clothing when handling hazardous or unknown chemicals!
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1. Introduction
Introduction:
Metering Pumps “KMS MF” Series are the ideal solution for low / middle dosing of chemicals. All control and setup parameters are available through a digital keyboard and they are
displayed on a LCD backlit display. Pump has: “Standby” input, “SEFL” input, “LEVEL” input and “Alarm” (contact) output. Note: “SEFL” not included.
Pump’s capacity
Flow rate is determined by the stroke length and by the stroke speed. The stroke length is
adjustable from 0 to 100% using the stroke length adjustment knob. However dosing accuracy is guarantee within an adjustment range from 30% to 100%.
Working modes:
Pump can work in differents ways.
See related chapters for extended description of each single mode.
CONSTANT mode.
Pump doses at a constant rate set in “SPH” (strokes for hour), “SPM” (strokes for minute) or “LPH” (litres per hour) parameters set during program session.
DIVIDE mode.
External pulses from a water meter are divided by a value set during program session.
The pump doses with a rate determined by this parameter.
MULTIPLY mode.
External pulses from a water meter are multiplied by a value set during program session.
The pump doses with a rate determined by this parameter.
PPM mode.
Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter on the base of set PPM, chemical product concentration (%) and quantity for each single stroke set during program session.
PERC mode
Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter on the base of set PERC (%), chemical product concentration (%) and quantity for each single stroke set during program
session.
MLQ mode
Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter on the base of set MLQ (milliliters
per quintal), chemical product concentration (%) and quantity for each single stroke set during program session.
BATCH mode.
Signal from an external contact starts the pump to dose the set quantity.
VOLT mode.
Voltage from an external device drives the pump that doses proportionally using a minimum and maximum of strokes for minute set during program session (0÷10 VDC).
mA mode.
Current from an external device drives the pump that doses proportionally using a minimum and maximum of strokes for minute set during program session.
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2. Unpacking
Included into package:
n.4
n.4
n.1
n.1
n.1
n.1
m 2
m 2
m 2
m 2,5
n.1
Dibbles ø6
Self tapping screws 4,5 x 40
Delayed fuse 5 X 20
Foot filter with valve
Injection valve
Level probe
Delivery pipe * (PVDF)
Suction pipe * (transparent PVC)
Discharge pipe (transparent PVC)
Signal cable for “Stand-by” and “Alarm”
This installation manual
*
If hose is 6x8 there is only a 4meters long hose.
Cut to obtain suction and delivery hoses.
Remove the contents from the box.
PLEASE DO NOT TRASH PACKAGING.
IT CAN BE USED TO RETURN THE PUMP.
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**See page 13 for “Stand-by” and “Alarm”
connections.
* Note:if knob isn’t on 100% position
then the pump will dose at pressure greater
than the one declared on label.
“SEFL” Input
* Stroke length Knob
LCD Display
to power supply
External Signal input
Level probe input
** “Stand-by” and “Allarm” connections
to suction hose
Pump head
to discharge hose
to delivery hose
3. Pump’s description
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4. Before to Install warnings
Pump’s installation and operativity is made in 4 main steps:
Pump’s installation
Hydraulic Installation (hoses, level probe, injection valve)
Electrical Installation (main power connection, SEFL installation, priming)
Programming the pump.
Before to start, please read carefully the following safety information.
Protective clothes
Wear always protective clothes as masks, gloves, safety glasses and further security devices during ALL installation procedure and while handling chemicals.
Installation location
Pump must be installed in a safety place and fixed to the table / wall to avoid vibration problems!
Pump must be installed in a easy accessible place!
Pump must be installed in horizontal position!
Avoid water splashes and direct sun!
Hoses and Valves
Suction and delivery hoses must be installed in vertical position!
All hoses connections must be performed using only hands’ force!
No tongs required!
Delivery hose must be firmly fixed to avoid suddenly movements that could damage near objects!
Suction hose must be shorter as possible and installed in vertical position to avoid air bubbles suction!
Use only hoses compatibles with product to dose! See chemical compatibility table. If dosing product is not listed please consult full compatibility table or contact chemical’s manufacturer!
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5. Installation Draw
Pump must be installed in a stable support (for example a table) at a maximum height (from tank’s
bottom) of 1,5 meters.
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1 - Dosing Pump
2 - Suction Hose
3 - Delivery Hose
4 - Injection Valve
5 - Air discharge
6 - Level Probe
7 - Foot Filter
8 - Power Cable
9 - Standby / Alarm
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6. Hydraulic Installation
Hydraulic connections are:
Suction Hose with level probe and foot filter
Delivery Hose with injection valve
Discharge Hose
Suction Hose.
Completely unscrew tightening nut from pump’s head and remove assembling components: tightening nut, holding ring and pipe holder.
Assembly as shown in fig. (A). Insert hose into pipe holder until it reaches the bottom.
Lock hose on pump’s head by screwing down the tightening nut.
Use only hands to do it!
Connect other side of the hose to the foot filter using the same procedure.
Suction Hose
Tightening Nut
Holding Ring
Pipe Holder
O-ring
Valve
fig. (A)
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6. Hydraulic Installation
Assembling foot filter with level probe.
Level probe must be assembled with foot filter using the provided kit.
Foot valve is made to be installed into tank’s bottom without sediments priming problem.
STEP 5
STEP 4
INSERT RING AS SHOWN
STEP 3
INSERT PROBE
WITH N.O. CONTACT
UNTIL TO HEAR
A CLICK
STEP 2
INSERT FLOATER
STEP 1
INSERT RING AS SHOWN
Connect BNC from level probe into pump’s level input (front side of the pump). Put level probe assembled with foot filter into tank’s bottom.
Warning: If there is a mixer installed into tank, install a suction lance instead of level probe / foot filter.
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Delivery Hose.
Completely unscrew tightening nut from pump’s head and remove assembling components: tightening nut, holding ring and pipe holder.
Assembly as shown in fig. (A). Insert hose into pipe holder until it reaches the bottom.
Lock hose on pump’s head by screwing down the tightening nut.
Use only hands to do it!
Connect other side of the hose to the injection valve using the same procedure.
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6. Hydraulic Installation
Injection Valve.
Injection valve must be installed on plant from water’s input.
Injection valve will open at pressure greater than 0,3bar.
Dicharge hose.
Insert one side of discharge hose into discharge connector as shown in fig (C).
Insert other side of discharge hose into product’s tank.
During priming procedure product exceeding will flow into tank.
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to delivery hose
Discharge knob
to dischargeC hose
to suction hose
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For priming procedure see the paragraph “Priming”.
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6. Hydraulic Installation
Self-venting pump head.
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D
to bleed hose
to delivery hose
C
to suction hose
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Self-venting pump head must be used when using chemicals that produce
gas (i.e. hydrogen peroxide, ammonium, sodium hypoclorite at particular conditions).
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Hoses assembling procedure (including purge hose) is described in fig. (A).
Notes:
- suction, delivery and purge valves are DIFFERENT! Do not exchange them!
- delivery and purge hoses are made of same material!
- it’s allowed to lightly bend discharge hose!
- during calibration procedure (“TEST”) insert discharge hose into BECKER test-tube!
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7. Electrical Installation
All electrical connections must be performed by AUTHORIZED AND QUALIFIED personnel only.
Before to proceed, please, verify the following steps:
- verify that pump’s label values are compatible with main power supply.
- pump must be connected to a plant with a differential switch (0,03A sensitivity) if there isn’t a good ground.
- to avoid damages to the pump do not install it in parallel with heavy inductance load (for example: engines). A relay switch must be used. See below picture.
P - Dosing Pump
R - Relay
I - Switch or safety device
E - Electrovalve or inductance load
A - Main Power
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7. Electrical Installation
Once verified previous steps proceed as follows:
- check that “BNC” of level probe has been connected as described in “Hydraulic Installation” chapter.
- connect “BNC” and external signal to pump’s “INPUT” connectors.
This input may be used as follows:
- as pulse sender water meter or
- as startup contact for “BATCH” mode or
- as voltage input for “VOLT” mode or
- as current input for “mA” mode
Level Probe Input
External Signal Input
- connect alarm and/or stand-by signal as described below fig (D):
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1: (Green) “Stand-by” Input
4: (Yellow) “Stand-by” Ground
2: (Brown) Alarm (Relay) Common
3: (White) N.O. Alarm(Relay) Contact
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Max load relay output: 2A 250VAC
fig (D)
Notes:
- “Alarm” signal isn’t fuse protected
- “Standby” signal has main priority on
pump’s enabling / disabling.
- proceed to “SEFL” connection (Flow sensor is optional) as described in page 54.
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8. Basic Settings
LCD backlit display
Storke Lenght Knob
Scroll and increase digit
Turn the pump on or off and exit from setup menu (without saving parameters)
Enter / exit from setup menu (saving parameters)
The “KMS MF” pump is equipped with a keyboard.To avoid any misunderstanding during next chapters
all keys will be described as shown on this legend:
ON/OFF
“UP” key
ESC
“RIGHT” key
E
“ESC” key
“E” key
Menu navigation:
To enter into programming mode press and keep pressed “E” key from main screen (fig.3):
STROKES
100 SPM
fig.3
After about 4 seconds the pump will show the password screen (fig.5):
password
0000
fig.5
Default password is “0000”. Just press “E” key. Otherwise insert password using “UP” and “RIGHT”
keys.
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8. Basic Settings
Saving / Discarding changes / Activating working mode
Once edited data into setup menu it’s possible to save them by pressing “E” key or to discard them
by pressing “ESC” key.
To activate a working mode (Constant, Divide, Multiply, PPM, PERC, MLQ, Batch, Volt, mA) select the
required mode and confirm it using “E” key.
Turning on and off the pump
“ESC” key has a double function. It can be used to discard all changes made into setup mode or to
turn on/off the pump. To turn on/off the pump press and keep pressed this key while in main screen
(fig.3). The pumps will show:
OFF
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fig.6
To return into operating mode press “ESC” key.
Alarm output logical working.
The pump has an “Alarm” output that changes its status (from N.O. to N.C. or viceversa) when a signal
is received from “LEVEL” and/or “SEFL” and/or “STAND-BY”. To set this alarm refer to related chapter.
Full menu / Short Menu mode
When entering into SETUP display shows access mode menu:
If this is the first time into SETUP menu then the pump will automatically set itself into “FULL” menu
mode as shown in fig. A. Just press “E” key to confirm. This mode will show all pump functions and
working modes.
SHORT
MENU
FULL
MENU
fig. A
fig. B
Next time the SETUP menu will be reached it will possible to operate with “SHORT” menu configuration
to change only selected mode parameters as shown in fig. B. Press “E” to confirm.
Note: “SHORT” menu option is not available during first time into SETUP menu or after a reset.
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9. Priming
PRIMING
To proceed follow these steps: connect all hoses to the pump; open dischage valve by completely
turning the discharging knob (counter clock-wise). Power up the pump and turn stroke lenght knob to
100%. After pump’s intro (fig.1):
KMS MF
R: 1.xx
fig.1
the pump will show the “Delay” (pump’s activation delay) as shown fig.2:
WAITING
00:59
fig.2
Press any key to skip the “Delay”. Pump will show “Srokes” (actual strokes) as shown in fig.3:
STROKES
100 SPM
fig.3
In any working mode, if a SEFL is installed and enabled (see SEFL Setup procedure), the display will
show the icon (asterisk as in fig. 4):
- if SEFL works correctly, the asterisk blinks to any pulses given by the solenoid;
- if the asterisk does not appear, there is an anomaly (i.e.: hoses and/or valves are obstructed, SEFL in
not connected, etc.).
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STROKES
100 SPM
fig.4
Press and keep pressed the “RIGHT” key to enter into priming mode. Pump will go for 30 seconds into
priming mode as shown in fig.5.
PRIMING
30 Sec.
fig.5
When the chemical begins to flow out from the outgassing hose then completely close the outgassing
knob (except for self-venting pump heads). This ends the priming procedure. If countdown for priming
is not yet ended press “ESC” key.
Now the pump is operative. Proceed to setup and programming.
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10. Pump’s functions summary
Pump’s functions summary
During pump’s working mode is it possible to see furthers working information.
Press more times the “UP” key to cycle through following information:
STROKES
100 SPM
key
key
Working Mode
divide
000.10
MODE
divide
key
Power Supply Voltage
SUPPLY
220 VAC
key
key
Liters/Hour or Gallons/ Hour
Dosage
DOSING
0.000 lph
cc/st
0.20
key
External signal value (in Volt
and mA working mode)
or actual system flow
(Multiply, Divide and PPM
working mode).
This item is not present in
Constant working mode.
input
196 lph
key
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10. Pump’s functions summary- ALARMS
If any alarm is active, in the menù “Pump’s functions summary” a general alarm display will show the
number of alarm active at the moment. Enter into this menu with “RIGHT” key.
The windows displayed show which alarms are active.
Key
ALARM
LEVEL
ALARM
N° 01
Level alarm: the level probe signals the
product end.
Key
Key
ALARM
SEFL
STROKES
100 SPM
SEFL alarm signals an anomaly for the
SEFL.
Key
Key
ALARM
STD-By
MODE
divide
Stand-by alarm signals the pump stop.
Key
Over flow alarm (when using “Divide”,
“Multiply”, “ppm” working mode): signals
the working frequency of the pump is
higher than the values on the label.
over
flow
Key
Key
SUPPLY
220 VAC
Key
Key
Stroke alarm signals that it has been set
a capacity higher than the value on the
label.
ALARM
stroke
DOSING
0.000 lph
Key
Key
Key
input
196 lph
Key
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Power alarm signals the power supply is
out of range (from 180 to 260 VAC).
ALARM
POWER
ALARM
batch
Batch alarm signals that the pumps has
received a pulse while in Batch working
mode.
This diagram shows all
the possible alarms.
11. Quick Guide - Main Menu (Prog [1] Mode)
PROG [1]
MODE
Mode [1]
CONSTANT
Key
E
E
Key
Key
Mode [2]
DIVIDE
E
Key
See
page 35
Mode [3]
MULTIPLY
E
Key
Key
Key
PROG [2]
SETUP
See
page 19
See
page 36
Key
Key
Mode [4]
PPM
E
E
Key
See
page 37
E
Key
Key
Mode [5]
PERC
Key
See
page 38
Key
Mode [&]
MLQ
PROG [3]
STAT
Key
See
page 20
E
Key
See
page 39
E
Key
Key
E
Key
See
page 34
Mode [7]
BATCH
See
page 40
Key
Mode [8]
VOLT
E
Key
See
page 41
Mode [9]
mA
E
Key
See
page 42
Key
Key
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12. Quick Guide - Main Menu (Prog [2] Setup)
SET [01]
CC/ST
E
key
See
pag. 22
E
key
See
pag. 22
E
key
key
PROG [1]
MODE
See
pag. 19
Key
Set [02]
test
E
key
set [03]
level
Key
See
pag. 23
key
set [04]
Sefl
E
set [05]
Stand-by
E
key
See
pag. 24
E
key
See
pag. 24
E
key
See
pag. 25
E
key
See
pag. 25
E
key
See
pag. 26
E
key
See
pag. 27
E
key
See
pag. 27
E
key
See
pag. 28
key
PROG [2]
SETUP
set [06]
out al
Key
key
E
set [07]
alarms
Key
Key
key
set [08]
wmeter
key
set [09]
timeout
key
set [10]
unit
key
PROG [3]
STAT
See pag. 21
Key
set [11)
delay
key
E
set [12)
password
key
20
key
See
pag. 24
key
13. Quick Guide - Main Menu (Prog [3] Stat)
PROG [1]
MODE
See pag. 18
Key
Key
PROG [2]
SETUP
E
See pag. 19
Key
E
Key
Key
PROG [3]
STAT
->TOt dos
counter
See pag. 38
Key
E
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15. Setup
Pump’s initial setup
Apart of choosen working mode, the pump must be prepared to operate by setting the main parameters
into “SETUP” menu. To enter into this menu please follow the “Quick Guide through menu” at page
20.
CC per Stroke.
SET [01]
Enter here the cc/stroke value obtained during “Test” mode
(calibration).
CC/ST
Use “UP” key to increase of one unit the blinking digit “_”.
E
Key
CC/ST
10.00
Press “RIGHT” key to skip on next digit.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Calibration.
This procedure defines the cc quantity (cubical centimeters) that
the pump feed every single injection. To determine this value the
pump must be calibrated.
SET [02]
TEST
E
TEST OFF
ST 020
Key
1) Install the pump on plant and insert the suction hose (with
its level probe / foot filter) into a BEKER “test-tube”.
If pump’s model is self-priming put the discharge hose into the
“test-tube“ too.
2) Power up the pump and turn the flow’s knob to required
position.
3) Fill up the “test-tube” with the chemical until to reach a known
value.
4) From setup menu choose “TEST”, and insert 20”. This value is
the strokes that the pump will produce during the procedure.
6) Press “E”. The pump will begin to produce the 20 strokes and
to suck the chemical from the “test-tube”.
TEST ON
ST 020
7) At the end of 20 strokes the pump will stop. Read the value of
chemical left into “test-tube”.
8) Substract the initial value to the left value.
9) Divide the result with the ST value (20).
10) Type this value into “CC/ST” (Set [01]) as previously
described.
11) If obtained result is too small or too big, please, try to change
strokes value (20).
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15. Setup
Pre Level Alarm (Reserve).
SET [03]
LEVEL
E
This function defines a pre-alarm status to inform user that the dosing
product is near to end. Reserve value to be set, must be calculated on
product quantity left between foot filter and pump’s suction level.
Key
stop LIT
10.000
- Use “UP” key to increase the blinking “_” digit.
-Press “RIGHT” key to skip on next digit.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
During the alarm the pump continues to dose but it’ll show the following
picture:
ALARM
N° 1
Key
Foot filter with
level probe
ALARM
LEVEL
Key
Customizable Reserver
(liters / gallons)
Flow Sensor (SEFL).
This function enables an external alarm and, eventually, stops the dosage
if the pump does not receive a “confirmation signal” from the “SEFL”.
(“SEFL” accessories is optional).
SET [04]
SEFL
E
- Use “UP” key to increase the blinking “_” digit and set the number of failing strokes before to stop or not the pump. It is possible to set a number from 1 to 99. Setting 00, the SEFL will be disabled (DIS).
-Press “RIGHT” key to skip on next digit.
-Press again “RIGHT” key to choose the working procedure.
-Press “UP” key to choose if pump must be stopped after a numbers of pulses (YES) or continue to dose (NO).
Key
- Press “E” key to setup fault recovery (recovery fault) options. Setting “YES” as selected option if the flow sensor will have
unreliable strokes it will recover them while flow sensor is still working in synching with it. Set this function by choosing how many unreliable strokes will be needed to recover dosage. If entered value is lower than previous one (fig. A) then SEFL function will be disabled.
key
While into recovering mode, if there is not synchrony with SEFL, the unreliable strokes numbers will not decrease.
The maximum unreliable strokes numbers is determined by the number of failing strokes previuously set. Passing over this value an alarm (ALARM SEFL) will be generated by the pump.
Press “UP” to set Recovery fault on NO.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Key
SEFL
ENABLE
SEFL 20
stop yes
E
(fig. A)
recovery
fault yes
E
recovery
AFTER005
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15. Setup
SET [05]
Stand-by
E
Key
STand-by
disabled
Key
STand-by
NC
Key
STand-by
NO
“Stand-By” signal.
This function allows the pump to dose only when an external
signal is received from “Stand-by” input. This signal can be
enabled as a N.O. contact (Normally Opened) , N.C. contact
(Normally Closed) or disabled.
- Use “UP” key to change working mode for
“Stand by” signal.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Key
“Out Alarm” signal.
SET [06]
out al
E
Key
out alarm
n.c.
Key
out alarm
n.o.
Key
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This function allows to manage the alarm output contact . The
alarm can be set as “N.O.” contact (Normally Open) or “N.C.”
contact (Normally Closed).
- Use “UP” key to change working mode for “Out Al” signal.
-Press “E” key to save data and exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
15. Setup
Alarms Management.
SET [07]
aLARMS
E
Use this function to enable/disable the relay output for level alarm
(lev) and/or standby (stby) and/or flow sensor (sefl) and/or ppm
and/or percentage (PERC) and/or MLQ and/or Batch.
Key
If alarm is activated for one or more events then the output relay
will be enabled, the pump will show the alarm status and it’ll stop
or not the dosing activity.
ALARM[1]
LEV EN
If alarm is not activated for one or more events then the output
relay will be disabled, the pump will show the alarm status and
it’ll stop or not the dosing activity.
Key
ALARM[2]
stby EN
Key
alarm[3]
sefl en
- Use “UP” key to choose the alarm to set.
-Use “RIGHT” key to enable (EN) or disable (DI) the alarm.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data
and exit to main menu.
Key
alarm[4]
ppm en
Key
alarm[5]
PERC
Key
alarm[6]
MLQ
Key
alarm[7]
BATCH
Key
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15. Setup
Water Meter Setup.
Use this function to setup the water meter information.
SET [08]
wmeter
E
By entering the amount of pulses produced by the water meter the
pump will optimize the working mode when programmed to work in
ppm and update the stats menu.
Key
pulse/l
004.0
Key
l/pulse
004.0
Key
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- Use “UP” key to choose from “Pulse/L” (pulse/liter) or “L/Pulse” (liter/pulse). Choose “L/Pulse” for a water meter that produces few pulses.
Setting “000.0”, the pump does not accept the signal and it is not possible to save the data.
-Press “RIGHT” key for next digit / field.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Choose “Pulse/L” for a water meter that produces many pulses.
- Use “UP” key to increase the blinking “_” digit. Enter number of pulses that pump must receive to stop or not the pump.
15. Setup
Pulses Timeout (only for “Multiply” working mode and “PPM”,
“PERC” and “MLQ” working mode when the result is a
multiplication).
SET [09]
timeout
E
timeout
020 sec
Key
When the pump receives a pulse from the water meter it starts
the dosing activity through an amount of time (from the first pulse
to the following one).
At the beginning the pump doesn’t know the time lapse between
the first and the second pulse. So it’ll dose the product in the
fastest way. From the second pulse, the pump will dose the
product correctly.
This function set the maximum time between a pulse and the
following one. Once that this time is exceeded the pump will
reinitialize the dosing activity as the first time that a pulse has
been received.
Default value is 120 seconds.
To set “Timeout” function, between the minimum (1 sec.) and
the maximum (999 sec.), proceed as follow:
- Use “UP” key to increase the blinking “_” digit. Enter number of pulses that pump must receive to stop or not the pump.
-Press “RIGHT” key for next digit / field.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Pulses Timeout does not take part in “Divide” working mode and
in all working modes when the result is a division.
External Pulses
The first time that the pump receives a pulse it
doesn’t know the the time between this pulse
and the following one. So the pump will run
faster as possible. “Timeout” function forces
the pump to work in this way, once a specified
amount of time has been exceeded.
After second pulse the pump will know the time
between a pulse and the following one.
So it’ll dose optimizing the dosage through
the time.
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15. Setup
Unit Change.
This function allows to choose between liters or gallons
measurement unit.
SET [10]
unit
E
Key
UNIT
litre
Key
-Use “UP” key to switch between liter or gallons measurement unit.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
unit
usgal
Key
Startup Delay Setup.
When the pump is powered is it possible to have a delay time
(from 0 to 10 minutes) before dosing activities.
SET [11]
delay
E
power on
01 min
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Key
-Use “UP” key to choose the alarm to set.
-Use “RIGHT” key for next digit.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Note: Press any key during delay time to skip it.
15. Setup
Password Setup.
“Setup” menu is password protected. Default value to enter into
“setup” menu is “0000” (only numeric units). To change this
password proceed as follows:
SET [12]
password
E
password
0000
Key
- Use “UP” key to change first digit.
-Press “RIGHT” key to move cursor over next digit.
-Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Note:
For lost password, please, follow the “Load default” procedure.
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16. “Load default” and “Reset Password” procedure
“LOAD DEFAULT” procedure
This procedure deletes all programming data set. It reloads the default data of the pump.
Follow this instructions:
- unplug power supply;
- pressing both “UP” and “RIGHT” keys, plug in power supply.
For few seconds, the display shows LOAD DEFAULT before start up the pump.
“RESET PASSWORD” procedure
This procedure resets the password set and reloads the default password of the pump (“0000”).
Follow this instructions:
- unplug power supply;
- pressing both “UP” and “ESC” keys, plug in power supply.
For few seconds, the display shows RESET PASSWORD before start up the pump.
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17. Working procedure setup
Introduction.
“MF” pump can work in different modes.
CONSTANT mode.
Pump doses at a constant rate set in “SPH” (strokes for hour), “SPM” (strokes for minute) or “LPH” (litres per hour) parameters set during program session.
When to use this mode ?
This mode is useful when there isn’t an input signal to control the dosing activity. Pump doses requested product quantity in constantly.
DIVIDE mode.
Which parameters must be set ?
SPH (strokes per hour), SPM (strokes per minute) LPH (litres per hour)
When to use this mode ?
This mode is useful using an external signal from a pulse sender water meter that produces elevated quantities of pulses. Pump divides these pulses to allow a correct dosing activity.
Which parameters must be set ?
DIVIDE (division factor)
MULTIPLY mode.
External pulses are multiplied by a value set during program session. The pump doses with a rate determined by this parameter.
When to use this mode ?
This mode is useful using an external signal from a pulse sender water meter that produces low quantities of pulses. Pump multiplies these pulses to allow a correct dosing activity.
Which parameters must be set ?
MULTIPLY (multiply factor)
TIMEOUT
PPM mode.
Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter, desired concentration in PPM, chemical product concentration (%) and quantity for each single stroke set during program session.
When to use this mode ?
This mode is useful using an external signal from a pulse sender water meter and it’s
necessary to specify only PPM (parts per million) and product concentration, leaving the pump to manage coming pulses.
Which parameters must be set ?
PPM (parts per million product quantity)
CONC (% of product’s concentration)
Water Meter Pulses
CC/Stroke
TIMEOUT
External pulses from a water meter are divided by a value set during program session.
The pump doses with a rate determined by this parameter.
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17. Working procedure setup
PERC mode.
When to use this mode ?
This mode is useful using an external signal from a pulse sender water meter and it’s neces-
-sary to specify only % , leaving the pump to manage coming pulses.
Which parameters must be set ?
% (percentual product to dose)
CONC (percentual of product concentration)
Water Meter Pulses
CC/STROKE
TIMEOUT
Product quantity to dose:
(percentual product to dose * pump capacity l/h)
Percentual of product concentration
Water meter:
Use a water meter to reach its maximum pulsating capabilities.
Note: maximum frequency for this pump is 1Khz (1000 pulses per second).
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Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter, percentage (%), chemical product concentration and quantity for each single stroke set during program session.
17. Working procedure setup
MLQ mode.
Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter on the base of set MLQ (mil
liliters per quintal), chemical product concentration (%) and quantity for each single stroke set during program session.
When to use this mode ?
This mode is useful when with an external signal from a pulse sender (as a water meter), it is necessary to dose the product quantity set specifing the MLQ (milliliters per quintal) and leaving the pump to manage the coming pulses.
Which parameters must be set ?
MLQ (product quantity in milliliters per quintal)
CONC (% of product’s concentration): set 100% if product is pure
Water Meter Pulses
CC/Stroke
TIMEOUT
BATCH mode.
Signal from an external contact starts the pump to dose product or to produce
an amount of strokes set during program session.
When to use this mode ?
This function allows to begin dosing activities when pump receives an external signal.
Which parameters must be set ?
ST (strokes)
CC (product’s quantity to dose)
VOLT mode.
Voltage from an external device drives the pump that doses proportionally using a minimum and maximum of strokes for minute set during program session.
When to use this mode ?
This mode is used with controllers provided of a proportional output in voltage.
Which parameters must be set ?
HIV (maximum tension)
LOV (minimum tension)
SPM (strokes per minute)
mA mode.
Current from an external device drives the pump that doses proportionally using a minimum and maximum of strokes for minute set during program session.
When to use this mode ?
This mode is used with controllers provided of a proportional output in current.
Which parameters must be set ?
HImA (maximum current)
LOmA (minimum current)
SPM (strokes per minute)
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18. “CONSTANT” working mode
CONSTANT mode.
Pump doses at a constant rate set in“SPH” (strokes for hour), “SPM” (strokes for minute), “LPH” (litres per hour) parameters set during program session.
Which parameters must be set ?
SPH (strokes per hour), SPM (strokes per minute), LPH (litres per hour).
mode [01]
CONSTANT
E
Key
CONSTANT
100 spm
Key
CONSTANT
01 sph
Key
CONSTANT
110.0 lph
Key
CONSTANT
11.00 lph
Key
CONSTANT
1.100 lph
Key
Choose “CONSTANT” working mode: “SPH” (strokes per hour), “SPM” (strokes per minute), “LPH” (litres per hour).
Use “UP” key to choose between these two modes. Use “RIGHT” key to change value. For next digit press again
“RIGHT” key.
“LPH” value accuracy depends on cc/st value set into the Setup menu (SET [01] CC/ST).
LPH max value depends on the max frequency of the pump (refer to the pump’s label). If an higher value is set, the
pump will show an alarm message (ALARM STROKE).
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main
menu.
Note: last mode displayed before press the “E” key will be the active one.
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19. “DIVIDE” working mode
DIVIDE mode.
External pulses are divided by a value set during program session. The pump doses with a
frequency determined by this parameter.
Which parameters must be set ?
DIVIDE (divisor factor)
mode [02]
divide
E
Key
DIVIDE
150.00
Use this mode if connected pulse sender water meter produces many pulses and pump must divide them for correct dosing activities. See formula below to verify this value.
Minimum value accepted is 001.00. Setting a lower value the pump does not save the data.
Use “UP” key to modify the value. Press “RIGHT” key to move on next digit.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Use the following formula to find the divider to keep desired concentration.
[imp/l] x [cc]
( ——————————— ) x 1000 = N
[ppm] x [K]
N - divisor value to enter into the pump
[imp/l]- pulses/liter from pulse sender water meter
[cc] - single injection quantity of dosing pump
[ppm] - part per millions product quantity to dose (gr/m3)
[K] - product dilution coefficient.
If obtained “N” is < 1 then install a pulse sender water meter that produces more pulses. Otherwise use the “MULTIPLY”
mode and multiply for 1/N. It’s also possible to fix the problem trying to decrease product dilution.
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20. “MULTIPLY” working mode
MULTIPLY mode.
External pulses are multiplied by a value set during program session. The pump doses with a frequency determined by this parameter.
Which parameters must be set ?
MULTIPLY (multiply factor)
TIMEOUT
mode [03]
multiply
E
Key
multiply
010.00
Use this mode if: connected pulse sender water meter produces few pulses and pump must multiply them for correct dosing activities. See formula below to verify this value.
Minimum value accepted is 001.00. Setting a lower value the pump does not save the data.
Use “UP” key to modify the value. Press “RIGHT” key to move on next digit.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main menu.
Use the following formula to find the divider to keep desired concentration.
[ppm] x [K]
( ————————————— ) = N
([imp/l] x [cc]) x 1000
N - multiplier value to enter into the pump
[imp/l]- pulses/liter from pulse sender water meter
[cc] - single injection product quantity of dosing pump
[ppm] - part per millions product quantity to dose (gr/m3)
[K] - product dilution coefficient.
If obtained “N” is < 1 then install a pulse sender water meter that produces less pulses. Otherwise use the “DIVIDE”
mode and divice for 1/N. It’s also possible to fix the problem trying to decrease product dilution.
Note: before to use this mode please set the “TIMEOUT” parameter as described at page 26.
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21. “PPM” working mode
PPM mode.
Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter, PPM, chemical product (%) concentration and quantity for each single stroke set during program session.
Which parameters must be set ?
PPM (parts per million product quantity)
CONC (% of product’s concentration)
TIMEOUT
mode [04]
PPM
E
Key
ppm
0003.00
E
Key
conc %
010.0
Use “UP” key to change selected unit (“_” blinking cursor) of PPM.
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
To modify quantity of product concentration press “E” key.
Use “UP” key to change selected unit (“_” blinking cursor) of CONC%.
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main
menu.
Note: before to use this mode we suggest to set the “TIMEOUT” parameter.
“TIMEOUT” take part when the result is a multiplication.
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22. “PERC” working mode
PERC mode.
Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter, percentage (%), chemical product concentration and quantity for each single stroke set during program session.
Which parameters must be set ?
% (percentage of product quantity to dose)
CONC (% of product’s concentration): set 100% if product is pure
CC/STROKE (refer to CC/ST setup)
WMETER (water meter)
TIMEOUT
mode [05]
PERC
E
key
perc
03.0
Selectionable from 0.1 to 100.0%
E
key
conc %
010.0
Use “UP” key to change selected unit (“_” blinking cursor) of PPM.
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
To modify quantity of product concentration press “E” key.
Use “UP” key to change selected unit (“_” blinking cursor) of CONC%.
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main
menu.
Note: before to use this mode we suggest to set the “TIMEOUT” parameter.
“TIMEOUT” take part when the result is a multiplication.
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23. “MLQ” working mode
MLQ mode.
Dosing rate is determined by pulses from a water meter on the base of set MLQ (milli
liters per quintal), chemical product concentration (%) and quantity for each single stroke
set during program session.
Which parameters must be set ?
MLQ (product quantity in milliliters per quintal)
CONC (% of product’s concentration): set 100% if product is pure
CC/STROKE (refer to CC/ST setup)
WMETER (water meter)
TIMEOUT
mode [06]
MLQ
E
key
E
key
MLQ
03.00
conc %
010.0
Use “UP” key to change selected unit (“_” blinking cursor) of MLQ.
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
To modify quantity of product concentration press “E” key.
Use “UP” key to change selected unit (“_” blinking cursor) of CONC%.
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main
menu.
Note: before to use this mode we suggest to set the “TIMEOUT” parameter.
“TIMEOUT” take part when the result is a multiplication.
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24. “BATCH” working mode
BATCH mode.
Signal from an external contact starts the pump to dose the needed quantity set during program session or for the set number of strokes.
When to use this mode ?
This function allows to begin dosing activities when pump receives an external signal.
Which parameters must be set ?
ST (strokes)
CC (product’s quantity to dose only if programmed to feed a set amount of chemical)
CC/STROKE (see “setup CC/ST”)
mode [07]
batch
E
Key
st: 00010
man: no
Key
Key
Key
cc: 00010
man: no
E
E
Key
cc: 00010
man: yes
cc: 00010
man: no
OUT DOSe
SIGN YES
Key
Key
OUT DOSe
SIGN NO
E
Key
First of all choose if dosage must be made per strokes or per cc of product. Pump must be calibrated (“TEST” function)
in order to work properly into this mode. Do not change flow’s knob position: leave it as during calibration procedure.
It’s not possible to program the pump for both modes. Last entry overwrite previous ones.
Set CC or ST
At the beginning the cursor is on “CC” working unit.
Press “UP” key to change it and to work into “ST” mode.
Press “RIGHT” key and insert the working value: use “UP” key to increase/decrease the unit; “RIGHT” key to move
on next digits. At the end, the cursor will move on “MAN:NO”.
Set Automatic (“MAN:NO”) or Manual (“MAN:YES”)
Manual (“MAN:YES”): to start immediatly the manual dosing activity change “MAN:NO” into “MAN:YES” pressing
“UP” key.
Into this mode (MAN:YES), press:
- “E” to start dosing activity;
- “ESC” to stop dosing activity;
- “UP” go back to MAN:NO.
Automatic (“MAN:NO”): to start dosing activity automatically after exit from this menu do not modify this set.
With this setting, during dosing activity if the pump receives an external pulse, an alarm will be actived (ALARM
BATCH).
Into this mode (MAN:NO), press:
- “E” to move on next setting (“OUT DOSE SIGN YES”);
- “ESC” to esc from this working mode;
- “UP” to move on MAN:YES.
Setting “OUT DOSE SIGN YES”, at the end of the dosing activity there is a signal (alarm contact) of 2 seconds. To
disable this option set “OUT DOSE SIGN NO” pressing “UP” key.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main
menu.
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25. “VOLT” working mode
VOLT mode.
Voltage from an external device drives the pump that doses proportionally using a minimum and maximum of strokes for minute set during program session.
Which parameters must be set ?
HIV (maximum tension)
LOV (minimum tension)
SPM (strokes per minute)
mode [08]
volt
E
Key
hiv 10.0
spm: 100
E
Key
lov 00.0
spm: 000
ESC
Key
To work in this mode is necessary to specify the “HIV” (maximum working tension), “LOV” (minimum working tension)
and “SPM” (strokes per minute) values that pump will produce between the parameters.
To setup this values enter into “VOLT” mode. The cursor will blink on first digit (“HIV” field). Insert maximum tension
value that will be supplied to the pump (“UP” key). To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
The cursor will blink on “SPM” field. Insert strokes per minute that pump will produce near “HIV” value (“UP” key). To
move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
Press “E” key to move on “LOV”.
The cursor will blink on first digit (“LOV” field). Insert minimum tension value that will be supplied to the pump (“UP”
key). To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
The cursor will blink on “SPM” field. Insert strokes per minute that pump will produce near “LOV” value (“UP” key).
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main
menu.
Attention: if a wrong data is set (for example, it has been set the same value for HIV and LOV) an error message
(WRONG ENTRY) will appear.
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26. “mA” working mode
mA mode.
Current from an external device drives the pump that doses proportionally using a minimum and maximum of strokes for minute set during program session.
Which parameters must be set ?
HImA (maximum current)
LOmA (minimum current)
SPM (strokes per minute)
mode [09]
ma
E
Key
hima 10.0
spm: 100
E
Key
loma 00.0
spm: 000
ESC
Key
To work in this mode is necessary to specify the “HImA” (maximum working current), “LOmA” (minimum working current)
and “SPM” (strokes per minute) values that pump will produce between the parameters.
To setup this values enter into “mA” mode. The cursor will blink on first digit (“HImA” field). Insert maximum current
value that will be supplied to the pump (“UP” key). To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
The cursor will blink on “SPM” field. Insert strokes per minute that pump will produce near “HImA” value (“UP” key).
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
Press “E” key to move on “LOmA”.
The cursor will blink on first digit (“LOmA” field). Insert minimum current value that will be supplied to the pump (“UP”
key). To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
The cursor will blink on “SPM” field. Insert strokes per minute that pump will produce near “LOmA” value (“UP” key).
To move on next digit press “RIGHT” key.
Press “E” key to save data and “ESC” to exit to main menu. Otherwise press “ESC” to discard data and exit to main
menu.
Attention: if a wrong data is set (for example, it has been set the same value for HIV and LOV) an error message
(WRONG ENTRY) will appear.
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27. STATISTICS management
Stat.
To see dosing statistics choose “STAT” from main menu. See quick guide at pag. 21
prog [3]
stat
E
Key
-> tot dos
counter
E
Key
litres
10
Key
E
reset
no
ESC
Key
E
Key
Key
Key
reset
yes
tot dos
-> counter
E
Key
E
Key
pulse
5
reset
no
reset
yes
Key
“TOT DOS” means total dosed product since pump last reset.
“COUNTER” means strokes numbers since pump last reset.
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28. Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
Pump isn’t powered. Connect it to main supply.
Pump doesn’t turn
on.
Pump’s protection fuse is broken. Replace it. See page
45 for replacement procedure.
Pump’s main board is broken. Replace it. See page
45 for replacement procedure.
The foot filter is obstructed. Clean it.
Pump is not dosing and
solenoid is operating.
Suction hose is empty. Pump must be primed. Repeat
priming procedure.
Air bubbles inside hydraulic circuit. Check valves hoses - fittings.
Product to dose is generating gas. Turn discharge
knob and let air flow away.
Use a self-venting pump head.
Pump is not dosing and
solenoid isn’t operating or
slightly operating.
Crystals presence inside valves. Check them and try to
dose 2-3 liters of normal water.
Change valves.
Injection valve obstructed. Change it.
Pump’s display shows
“ERROR MEM” o
“ERROR DATA”
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ERROR MEM: error in data storage. it is necessary
to reload pump’s default data, as described in “Load
default procedure” on page 28.
ERROR DATA: error in data setting. Check the values
set. If they are correct, but the message still appears,
the pump is underdimensioned.
29. Fuse and main board replacement
Fuse or main board replacement is allowed to qualified personnel only. Before to operate disconnect
the pump from main power and all hydraulic connections.
For fuse replacement is necessary to use a 3x16 and 3x15 screwdriver and a new fuse (same model
of old one).
For main board replacement is necessary to use a 3x16 and 3x15 screwdriver and a new main board
(same model of old one).
Fuse replacement procedure:
- Turn pump’s injection knob on 0%.
- Remove 6 screws from pump’s back.
- Pull pump’s back cover until it’s completed separated from pump’s front. Be careful of the knob’s spring.
- Locate the blown fuse and replace it.
- Reassemble the pump. Be careful to put back the knob’s spring.
- Reinsert screws.
Main board replacement procedure:
- Turn pump’s injection knob on 0%.
- Remove 6 screws from pump’s back.
- Pull pump’s back cover until it’s completed separated from pump’s front. Be careful of the knob’s spring.
- Remove board’s screws.
- Completely disconnect wires from main board and replace it. Reinsert screws.
- Reconnect wires to the main board (see enclosed picture).
- Reassemble the pump. Be careful to put back the knob’s spring.
- Reinsert screws.
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30. Main Board
TRANSFORMER
FUSE
L
N
Power
Supply
Solenoid
GROUND
+ Level
(other wire to
ground)
N.C.
C.
N.O.
Signal Input
+
-
SEFL
-
+
+
Stand-by
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A Appendix. Maintenance.
During normal operating mode, pump must be checked once for month. Wear needed safety devices
and check hoses and all hydraulic components for:
- product leak
- broken hoses
- corroded connections
All maintenance operations must be performed by authorized and trained personnel only. If pump
needs factory assistance please use original package to return it.
Before to do it, please, remove all dosing product inside the pump and hoses.
Use only original spare parts!
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B Appendix. Construction Materials and Technical info
TECHNICAL FEATURES
Power supply:
Power supply:
Power supply:
Power supply:
230 VAC (190-265 VAC)
115 VAC (90-135 VAC)
24 VAC (20-32 VAC)
12 VDC (10-16 VDC)
Pump Strokes:
Suction Height:
Environment Temperature:
Chemical Temperature:
Installation Class:
Pollution Level:
Audible Noise:
Packaging and Transporting Temperature: Protection degree:
0 ÷ 180
1,5 metres
0 ÷ 45°C (32 ÷ 113°F)
0 ÷ 50°C (32 ÷ 122°F)
II
2
74dbA
-10 ÷ 50°C (14 ÷ 122°F)
IP 65
MANUFACTURING MATERIALS
PP
PVDF, Acrilic, SS *
PTFE
CERAMIC, PTFE, SS *
PVC
PVDF
PVDF, PE, SS *
FP, EP, PTFE *
PVDF (ceramic, HASTELLOY C276 spring)
PVDF
PE
PVDF
Case:
Pump head: Diaphragm: Balls:
Suction Pipe
Delivery Pipe:
Valve Body:
O-ring: Injection connector
Level Probe:
Level probe cable:
Foot Filter: *as ordered.
INFORMATION
Flow
Min cc/h
Max l/h
cc per stroke
Min GPH Max GPH
Min
max pressure
Max
2001
0.03
1
0.000008
0.26
0.03
0.09
20 bar
290 PSI
1802
0.06
2
0.000016
0.53
0.06
0.19
18 bar
261 PSI
1504
0.11
4
0.000029
1.06
0.11
0.37
15 bar
217 PSI
1005
0.14
5
0.000037
1.32
0.14
0.46
10 bar
145 PSI
0808
0.22
8
0.000058
2.11
0.22
0.74
8 bar
116 PSI
0510
0.28
10
0.000074
2.64
0.28
0.93
5 bar
72 PSI
0218
0.50
18
0.00013
4.76
0.50
1.67
2 bar
29 PSI
INFORMATION SELF VENTING MODELS
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1801
0.03
1
0.000008
0.26
0.03
0.09
18 bar
261 PSI
1503
0.08
3
0.000021
0.79
0.08
0.28
15 bar
217 PSI
103,5
0.10
3.5
0.000026
0.92
0.10
0.32
10 bar
145 PSI
085,5
0.15
5,5
0.000040
1.45
0.15
0.51
8 bar
116 PSI
057,5
0.21
7.5
0.000055
1.98
0.21
0.69
5 bar
72 PSI
0213
0.37
13
0.000098
3.43
0.37
1.20
2 bar
29 PSI
C Appendix. Delivery Curves
Pump head L
Pump head I


L/h
 
 
 
bar
 
Pump head L
L/h

bar
 

L/h
bar
 
 
 
Pump head L
Pump head L
08 08
bar
 
Pump head L
 
L/h
 
L/h
bar
 08
 08
 
L/h
bar
 
Pump head M
 8
Flow rate indicated is for H2O at 20°C at the rated
pressure. Dosing accuracy ± 2% at constant pressure
± 0,5 bar.
L/h
bar
 8
 
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C Appendix. Delivery Curves for self-purge pump head
Pump head LA
Pump head LA
L/h
18
15
01
03
L/h
l/h 03
l/h 01
bar
bar
bar 15
bar 18
Pump head LA
Pump head LA
10
3.5
L/h
05 7.5
bar
l/h 3.5
L/h
bar
l/h 7.5
bar 05
bar 10
Pump head MA
02
13
l/h 13
bar 02
50
L/h
Flow rate indicated is for H2O at 20°C at the rated
pressure. Dosing accuracy ± 2% at constant pressure
± 0,5 bar.
bar
A
B
C
D
6
138,00 [5.43]
6
46,65 [1.830]
5
222,20 [8,748]
5
61,00 [2,402]
4
4
Dimensions
3
3
2
91,00 [3,583]
96,28 [3,791]
2
A
B
C
D
bold : mm
( ) : inches
1
1
D Appendix. Dimensions
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157,60 [6.200]
E Appendix. Chemical Compatibility Table
Solenoid driven metering pumps are widely used to dose chemical fluids and it is important that the most
suitable material in contact with fluid is selected for each application. This compatibility table serves as
a useful help in this respect. All the informations in this list are verified periodically and believed to be
correct on the date of issuance. All the informations in this list are based on manufacturer’s data and its
own experience but since the resistance of any material depends by several factors this list is supplied
only as an initial guide, in no way ATA makes warranties of any matter respect to the informations
provided in this list.
Formula
Ceram.
PVDF
PP
PVC
SS 316
PMMA
Hastel.
PTFE
FPM
EPDM
NBR
PE
Product
Acetic Acid, Max 75%
CH3COOH
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
3
1
Hydrochloric Acid, Concentrate
HCl
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
Hydrofluoric Acid 40%
H2F2
3
1
1
2
3
3
2
1
1
3
3
1
Phosphoric Acid, 50%
H3PO4
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
Nitric Acid, 65%
HNO3
1
1
2
3
2
3
1
1
1
3
3
2
Sulphuric Acid, 85%
H2SO4
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
3
3
1
Sulphuric Acid, 98.5%
H2SO4
1
1
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
3
3
Amines
R-NH2
1
2
1
3
1
-
1
1
3
2
3
1
Sodium Bisulphite
NaHSO3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Sodium Carbonate (Soda)
Na2CO3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Ferric Chloride
FeCl3
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Calcium Hydroxide (Slaked Lime)
Ca(OH)2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda)
NaOH
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
Calcium Hypochlor.(Chlor.ted Lime)
Ca(OCl)2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
Sodium Hypochlorite, 12.5%
NaOCl + NaCl
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
Potassium Permanganate, 10%
KMnO4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
Hydrogen Peroxide, 30% (Perydrol)
H2O2
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
3
1
Aluminium Sulphate
Al2(SO4)3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Copper-II-Sulphate (Roman Vitriol)
CuSO4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Resistance rating
Resistant
1
Fairly resistant
2
Not resistant
3
Materials
Polyvinyldene fluoride
PVDF
Pump Heads, valves, fitting, tubing
Polypropylene
PP
Pump Heads, valves, fitting, level floater
PVC
PVC
Pump Heads
Stainless steel
SS 316
Pump Heads, valves
Polymethyl Metacrilate (Acrylic)
PMMA
Pump Heads
Hastelloy C-276
Hastelloy
Injection valve spring
Polytetrafluoroethylene
PTFE
Diaphragm
Fluorocarbon (Viton® B)
FPM
Sealings
Ethylene propylene
EPDM
Sealings
Nitrile
NBR
Sealings
Polyethylene
PE
Tubing
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F Appendix. Hoses resistance table
Hose features are very important for a reliable dosage. Every pump’s model is made to work in the best
way using selected hoses according to pump’s capacity / model. Information reported here are intended
for standard use only. For extended information ask to hose’s manufacturer.
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G Appendix. “SEFL” Installation
Connect SEFL flow sensor as shown.
For a proper installation please put SEFL “signal wire” perpendicularly to pump’s solenoid.
Flow Sensor “SEFL”
4
3
8
1
2
9
5
6
7
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1 - Dosing Pump
2 - Suction Hose
3 - Delivery Hose
4 - Injection Valve
5 - Air discharge
6 - Level Probe
7 - Foot Filter
8 - Power Cable
9 - Standby / Alarm
H Appendix. Summary
Summary
1. Introduction............................................................................................................................................ 3
2. Unpacking.............................................................................................................................................. 4
3. Pump’s description................................................................................................................................ 5
4. Before to Install warnings...................................................................................................................... 6
5. Installation Draw..................................................................................................................................... 7
6. Hydraulic Installation.............................................................................................................................. 8
7. Electrical Installation............................................................................................................................ 12
8. Basic Settings...................................................................................................................................... 14
9. Priming ................................................................................................................................................ 16
10. Pump’s functions summary............................................................................................................... 17
10. Pump’s functions summary- ALARMS.............................................................................................. 18
12. Quick Guide - Main Menu (Prog [2] Setup)..................................................................................... 20
15. Setup.................................................................................................................................................. 22
16. “Load default” and “Reset Password” procedure............................................................................. 30
17. Working procedure setup.................................................................................................................. 31
18. “CONSTANT” working mode............................................................................................................. 34
19. “DIVIDE” working mode..................................................................................................................... 35
20. “MULTIPLY” working mode................................................................................................................ 36
21. “PPM” working mode........................................................................................................................ 37
22. “PERC” working mode...................................................................................................................... 38
23. “MLQ” working mode........................................................................................................................ 39
24. “BATCH” working mode.................................................................................................................... 40
25. “VOLT” working mode....................................................................................................................... 41
26. “mA” working mode........................................................................................................................... 42
27. STATISTICS management................................................................................................................ 43
28. Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................. 44
29. Fuse and main board replacement................................................................................................... 45
30. Main Board......................................................................................................................................... 46
A Appendix. Maintenance........................................................................................................................ 47
B Appendix. Construction Materials and Technical info.......................................................................... 48
C Appendix. Delivery Curves................................................................................................................... 49
C Appendix. Delivery Curves for self-purge pump head......................................................................... 50
D Appendix. Dimensions......................................................................................................................... 51
E Appendix. Chemical Compatibility Table............................................................................................. 52
F Appendix. Hoses resistance table....................................................................................................... 53
G Appendix. “SEFL” Installation............................................................................................................... 54
H Appendix. Summary............................................................................................................................. 55
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4
3
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C
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A
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