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OPERATION MANUAL
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WARNING:
HAZZARD
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ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
• This unit has not been evaluated for use outdoors
- Never operate Sumpro outdoors.
• Never operate Sumpro with battery enclosure
open.
• Never operate Sumpro in a wet location.
• Never operate Sumpro in a location where liquid
or moisture will come in contact with, splash on,
or drip on unit.
• Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any
ventilation or exhaust opening as this may cause
electric shock, andlor a fire hazard.
Important Safety Instructions
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTION
- THIS MANUAL CONTAINS IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS
FAILURE TO HEED SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
AND WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR
DEATH
• Read all the instructions before installing or
using the SUMPRO. Always disconnect batteries
and disconnect Sumpro from the AC power
source before storing, handling, or making any
adjustments to the unit.
• Use SUMPRO only as described in this manual.
Any other use not recommended by the
manufacturer may cause fire, electric shock, or
injury to persons.
• Do not sit or stand on SUMPRO. Keep children
away.
• Do not place objects on Sumpro or allow vents to
become blocked.
• Do not smoke, use sparkable electrical devices,
or open flame when working on this unit!
• CAUTION - To reduce the risk of fire, use only
on circuits provided with 20 ampere branchcircuit protection in accordance with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
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WARNING:
SHOCK
RlSK
OF
ELECTRICAL
In the event of a short circuit, grounding reduces
the risk of shock by providing an escape wire for
the electrical current. The Sumpro must be properly
grounded.
The Sumpro is equipped with a cord having a
grounding wire with an appropriate grounding plug.
The plug must be used with an outlet that has been
installed and grounded in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances. The outlet must be the same
configuration as the plug. Where a two-prong wall
outlet is encountered, it must be replaced; contact
a qualified electrician. To reduce the risk of electric
shock, the grounding plug must not be cut off the
plug. Do not use the three-prong plug with a twoprong adapter. DO NOT attempt to defeat this safety
feature.
Use the Sumpro only with adequate wiring that
is up to code. Connect to properly grounded outlets
only.
WARNING:
SHOCK
RlSK
OF
ELECTRICAL
The Sumpro is capable of and intended to
generate electrical current when unplugged from the
wall outlet or when the AC power is shut off.
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Because the Sumpro uses batteries to generate
120 volts of AC current, both the batteries and the
power cord must be disconnected to neutralize the
Sumpro. Failure to disconnect both the batteries
and the power cord could result in electrical shock
sufficient to cause injury or death.
SEE ALSO “BATTERY PRECAUTIONS”.
Battery Precautions
WARNING: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
A. Servicing of batteries should be performed or
supervised by personnel knowledgeable of batteries
and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized
personnel away from batteries.
B. When replacing batteries, use only models
conforming to Battery Council International (BCI)
27 or 31 DC specifications for Group 27 or 31
Deep Cycle Marine batteries. At the time of this
publication, the following model batteries are
recommended. At the time of purchase, verify that
these models, or any other model, conform to Battery
Council International (BCI) 27DC specifications for
Group 27 or 31 Deep Cycle ,Marine Batteries:
Metropolitan
Metropolitan AGM Die Hard Exide Interstate Model MT120-UR
Model LW20104
Model 27524
Model NC-27
Model SRM-27
C. CAUTION - Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
The batteries may explode.
D. CAUTION - Do not open or mutilate the batteries.
Released electrolyte is harmful to the skin and eyes.
It may be toxic.
E. CAUTION - A battery can present a risk of
electrical shock and high short circuit current. The
following precautions should be observed when
working on batteries.
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batteries.
1. Wear safety goggles and a face shield.
F. CAUTION - The electrolyte is a dilute sulfuric acid
that is harmful to the skin and eyes. It is electrically
conductive and corrosive. The following procedures
should be observed:
1. Wear full eye protection and clothing.
2. If electrolyte contacts the skin, wash it off
immediately.
3. If electrolyte contacts the eyes, flush
thoroughly and immediately with water. Seek
medical attention.
4. Spilled electrolyte should be washed down
with a suitable acid neutralizing agent. A common
practice is to use a solution of approximately
one pound (500 grams) bicarbonate of soda
to approximately one gallon (4 liters) of water.
The bicarbonate of soda solution can be added
until the evidence of reaction (foaming) has
ceased. The resulting liquid should be flushed
with water and the area dried.
G.CAUTION - Lead acid batteries can present
a risk of fire because they generate oxygen and
hydrogen gas. The following procedures should be
followed.
1. Do not smoke when near batteries
2. Do not cause flame or spark in battery
area.
3. Discharge static electricity from body before
touching batteries by first touching a grounded
metal surface.
H. See Battery Manufacturers’ installation manual
for additional installation maintenance, and safety
instructions.
1. Remove watches, rings, or other metal
objects.
2. Use tools with insulated handles.
3. Do not lay tools or metal objects on top of
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IMPORTANTES INSTRUCTIONS DE SECURITE
CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS- CE MANUEL
CONTlENT DES INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANTES
Avant de manier ou de proceder a tout reglage,
Sumpro doit etre debranche de sa source de
courant CA et des batteries.
AVERTISSEMENT:
Pour reduire les risques de chocs electriques:
1. Risque de choc electrique-Cette unite n est
pas homologuee pour lutilisation a lexterieur.
2. Risque de choc electrique-Cette unite
doit etre uniquement branchee sur une prise
murale pour trois broches, correctement mise
a la terre. Ne couper, en aucun cas, la broche
de prise de terre du fil de connexion.
Lors du maniement de cette unite, ne pas fumer, ne
pas utiliser doutils electriques pouvant produire des
etincelles ou une flamme vive !
Ne pas installer Sumpro dans des emplacements
classes perilleux par les Normes
N.E.C., ANSIINFPA 70-1984.
NE PAS TENlR COMPTE DE CES PRECAUTIONS
PEUT ETRE LA CAUSE DE BLESSURES OU MEME
DE MORT.
ATTENTION: “IMPORTANTES INSTRUCTIONS DE
SECURITE”
Une batterie presente des risques de chocs
electriques et de court-circuits de haute tension.
Pendant le maniement de batteries, les precautions
suivantes doivent etre prises.
1. Retirer montres, bagues, alliances et tout
autre objet metallique.
2. Utiliser des outils a manches isoles.
3. Ne pas poser doutils ou de pieces metalliques
sur le dessus dune batterie.
Apres avoir pris les precautions ci-dessus, installer
les deux batteries de 12 volts dans le logement, les
bornes se faisant face. Verifier alors la polarite des
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batteries. En faisant face a lavant de lunite SUMPRO,
la borne gauche de la batterie doit etre positive et la
borne droite negative. Si ce n est pas le cas, cesser
linstallation jusqua ce que des batteries correctes
soient obtenues, ou que le probleme soit corrige.
Entretien de la batterie:
AVERTISSEMENT:
IMPORTANTES INSTRUCTIONS DE SECURITE
CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS
A. La maintenance de batterie doit etre executee ou
supervisee par du personnel qualifie connaissant les
batteries et les precautions requises. La personnel
non qualifie doit etre tenu a lecart des batteries.
B. Lors du remplacement de batteries, utiliser
le meme type. (-voir les specifications de la
batterie pour des informations sur la passation de
commandes.
C. ATTENTION-Ne pas se debarraser dune batterie
en la jetant dans le feu. La batterie peut exploser.
D. ATTENTION-Ne pas ouvrir ou endommager
une batterie. Le liquide electrolytique qui s ecoule
est dangereux pour la peau et les yeux. II peut etre
toxique.
E. ATTENTION-Les batteries presentent le risque
de chocs electriques et de courtcircuits de haut
tension. Pour le maniement de batteries, les
precautions suivantes doivent etre observees.
1. Retirer montres, bagues, alliances et tout
autre objet metallique.
2. Utiliser des outils a manches isoles.
3. Ne pas poser d outils ou d objets metalliques
sur le dessus d une batterie.
F. ATTENTION-Le liquide electrolytique est une
dilution d acid sulfurique qui est dangereux pour
la peau et pour les yeux. II est corrosif et bon
conducteur de lelectricite. Suivre la procedure
cidessous:
1. Porter des vetements de protection et des
lunettes de securite.
2. Si du liquide electrolytique entre en
contact avec la peau, laver a grande eau
immediatement.
3. Si
du
liquide
electrolytique
entre
en
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contact avec les yeux, laver a grande eau
immediatement. Obtenir des soins medicaux.
4. Tout liquide electrolytique repandu doit
etre lave avec un produit adequat pour la
neutralisatiod de I acide. II est habitue1 d
utiliser une solution de 500 grammes de
bicarbonate de soude dans environ 4 litres d
eau. La solution de bicarbonate de soude doit
etre ajoutee jusqu a ce que toute evidence
de reaction chimique (mousse) a cessee. Le
liquide resultant de ce lavage doit etre evacue
a grande eau et lendroit doit etre seche.
G.ATTENTION-Les batteries a I acide de plomb
peuvent presenter des risques d incendies parce
qu elles produisent de I hydrogene qui se degage.
suivre la procedure ci-dessous.
1. NE PAS FUMER a proximite des batteries.
2. NE PAS CREER de flamme ni d etincelles
dans la zone des batteries.
3. Decharger I electricite statique du corps
avant de toucher un batterie, en touchant d
abord une surface metallique mise a la terre.
H. Voir le manuel d installation dufabricant de batterie
pour obtenir des instructions supplementaires d
installation et d entretien.
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Tools Needed
A Phillips Screwdriver.
Adjustable wrench
Battery Requirements
Your Sumpro unit depends on two deep cycle
batteries (not included) for its reserve power.
NOTE: Your Sumpro unit operates on 24VDC
power when in the Auxiliary Power mode; therefore
two (2) group 27 deep cycle marine batteries must be
used. Any substitutions will cause damage to the unit
and void the warranty.
At the time of this publication, the following
model batteries are recommended. At the time of
purchase, verify that these models, or any other
model, conform to Battery Council International (BCI)
27DC specifications for Group 27 Deep Cycle Marine
Batteries:
Die Hard Exide Interstate Metropolitan
Metropolitan AGM
Model 27524
Model NC-27
Model SRM-27
Model MT120
Model LW20104
Unit Installation
See accompanying unit assembly drawings.
Contents
THE SUMPRO UNIT IS PACKAGED IN TWO
SEPARATE
CARTONS
CONTAINING
ONE
COMPLETE UNIT, A FUSED BATTERY JUMPER
PLATE, AND THREE PHILLIPS SCREWS TO
CONNECT THE BATTERY ENCLOSURE AND
POWER HEAD TOGETHER,
Fuse Links
Bag of Screws
SUMPRO Head Unit
SUMPRO Battery Box
General Information
The Sumpro unit is an auxiliary power source for
120 volt pumps and motors.
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1. UNPACK THE SUMPRO: Your Sumpro
auxiliary power supply should be in two separate
containers. Remove the contents from the
containers. They should include (1) the power head,
(2) the battery enclosure and (3) inside the battery
enclosure a fused battery jumper plate and three
phillips head screws.
Open the lid on the battery enclosure and remove
the hardware from inside.
2. LOCATION: Find a suitable place to set the
unit (when it is assembled). Keep in mind that the
unit should be placed in an area where water and
moisture will not splash or drip on the unit, the
fan inlet on the front of the enclosure will not be
obstructed, and where a properly grounded three
prong receptacle is within reach of the power cord.
3. ASSEMBLY:
A. Set the battery enclosure in place, making
sure that the openings will be facing the back of
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the power head. Once in place, place the power
head in front of the battery enclosure feeding
the battery leads through the large holes in the
front of the battery box.
B. Once the battery leads have been fed
through the appropriate holes in the battery
enclosure, take the three phillips head screws
supplied with the unit, and fasten the battery
enclosure and power head together.
1. BATTERY INSTALLATION: Now that the unit
has been properly assembled and in its permanent
location the batteries can be installed.
CAUTION: “IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS”
A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and
high short circuit current. The following precautions
should be observed when working on batteries.
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A. Within 30 seconds, connect the positive (+)
red battery lead (red) to the positive (+) post. Screw down bolts TIGHTLY. NOTE:
NOTE: Make sure all battery connections are
properly tightened to 75 pound inches. At this time
you may notice the lights on the unit alternately
flashing. This is normal. (See light functions)
6. CLOSE UNIT: Close and secure the battery
enclosure lid with the phillips head latch built into
the battery enclosure cover, so that children cannot
tamper with the unit.
7. PLUG IN THE PUMP: At this time you may
plug your 110V pump into your Sumpro unit, not
exceeding the load limit of 15 amps at a .80 service
factor or 1440 watts at any one time.
1. Remove watches, rings, or other metal
objects.
2. Use tools with insulated handles.
3. Do not lay tools or metal objects on top of
batteries.
4. Wear safety goggles and a face shield.
After taking the above precautions, lower the two
12V batteries into the enclosure with the terminals
facing each other. At this time check the polarity of
your marine batteries. Facing the front of the Sumpro
unit, the left battery terminal should be positive,
and the right negative. If this is not the case, do not
continue until the proper batteries can be obtained.
5. CONNECTING BATTERIES:
A. Now that the batteries have been installed,
and the polarity conforms to the SUMPRO,
connect the fuse plate across the back battery
terminals.
B. Connect the negative (-) battery lead (black)
to the negative (-) post of the battery. Screw
down bolt TIGHTLY.
Sumpro Light Functions
After you have your Sumpro unit in operation, you
can check it’s status by looking at the system lights.
They should tell you everything you need to know
about the status of the unit.
1. Green charging light and red inverter light will
flash alternately for about 1 Minute 30 Sec. after you
first plug in the unit and install batteries. (If green
charging light does not flash at this time, check the
110 VAC circuit for power) Go to the Setup, then unit
will go to #7
2. Red inverter lightA. Lights for about 1 Minute while SUMPRO
determines that 110VAC power is on. After this
minute, the red light should go off.
B. Stays on when 110VAC power fails and
batteries are supplying auxiliary power
(Ventilator fan only runs when pump runs.)
3. Green charging light-
C. Plug the Sumpro unit into the designated
110V AC outlet.
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A. Stays on when Sumpro is charging the
batteries, ventilator fan operated if under hard
charging situation.
B. Flashes when batteries are fully charged.
(Fully depleted batteries should take 24 hours to
fully recharge.) (May take longer)
4. Green light ON; Red light flashing indicates a
FAULT MODE: See Trouble Shooting below.
5. Once the batteries are fully charged, the Sumpro
will monitor their voltage. When a voltage drop is
detected in the batteries, the system will switch back
to a partial charge mode. The fan however will only
come on if a significant voltage drop is detected.
Testing
the
System
To test the Sumpro, simply unplug it from the
110V AC power to run your pump on battery power
for a short time. You can repeat this if you wish, but
it is not necessary. If your Sumpro unit works the
first time it is sure to work time and time again. Be
sure that you remember to plug the unit back into the
receptacle after you have completed the test.
Troubleshooting
NOTE: If while testing your Sumpro your pump
does not turn on, the following steps should be taken.
1. A. With Sumpro plugged in to 110VAC outlet,
the green charging light should be flashing to
indicate batteries are fully charged. If it stays
ON, batteries are not sufficient to run the pump
and need charging. Wait until batteries are fully
charged and green light flashes.
B. Unplug the SUMPRO. The green charging light
should go OFF and the Red inverter light should
go ON and stay ON.
2. Check the 110VAC circuit breaker.
3. Plug the pump directly into a live 110V outlet. If
the pump runs, recheck all battery connections, and
check the fuse plate for continuity If the fuse plate
does not have continuity, you may purchase a new
one through your authorized distributor.
4. If your SUMPRO unit still does not operate properly,
or indicator lights display FAULT MODE (green on;
red flashing), it is likely you can remedy the problem
by diagnosing Improper or loose connections
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• Defective or deficient battery
Follow these steps:
A. Unplug the pump from the Sumpro
B. Make sure all connections are in accordance with
instructions and diagrams, and secured TIGHTLY.
If something is incorrect, (a) unplug Sumpro from
the wall, (b) disconnect the positive (+) red battery
lead, (c) disconnect the negative (-) black battery
lead, (d) proceed with proper connections.
Note: You may have taken too long to connect
the leads to the batteries after plugging the unit into
the wall. When setting up the unit it is best to put the
batteries in the enclosure first, connect the negative
(-) black lead to battery terminal, install fuse plate
connecting batteries, plug Sumpro into the wall, and
connect the positive (+) red lead to batteries.
C. Green light should be ON or flashing.
D. Plug in pump and test per instructions.
5. If display lights indicate FAULT MODE (Green
ON, red flashing):
A. Unplug the pump
B. Wait 10 minutes (Sumpro will attempt to
reset itself by performing certain functions). If
green light comes on or flashes, skip to step 7
below.
6. If it continues to show FAULT (Green ON; red
flashing):
A. Disconnect the positive (+) red battery lead.
B. Unplug Sumpro form the wall.
C. Wait 30 seconds.
D. Plug Sumpro back into the wall.
E. Immediately reconnect positive (+) red
battery lead TIGHTLY.
7. Green light should be on or flashing.
8. Plug in pump and run test sequence.
9. If after the above steps, Sumpro continues
to show FAULT MODE (Green on; red flashing) it
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is likely you have one or more defective batteries.
Remove them and have them checked by your
place of purchase or a qualified battery dealer.
10. If all of the above items have been thoroughly
checked and your pump will still not run when
plugged into the Sumpro unit:
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SUMPRO WARRANTY IS VOID:
If ... Power cord has been cut or the grounding
prong has been removed.
If ... Batteries not meeting the above specifications
have been used.
A. Unplug the pump.
If ... Unit has been submerged in water.
B. Disconnect Red (+) battery lead.
If ... Unit has been tampered with in any manor not
described in the above instructions.
C. Unplug the Sumpro from 110VAC outlet.
D. Disconnect Black (-) battery lead.
If ... Unit has been disassembled by customer.
E. Disconnect fuse plate.
If ... Unit has been applied to products exceeding
the maximum capacity of the unit.
F. Remove batteries.
If ... Unit has been applied to the wrong voltage.
G.Repack
Sumpro
replacement.
and
return
for
If ... Unit has been used in an outdoor application.
SUMPRO MAINTENANCE:
Your Sumpro unit has been designed to be
virtually maintenance free. Just make sure it is kept
clean and dry and that the unit is periodically tested in
the auxiliary mode.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Sumpro is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship and to perform within applicable
specifications for a period of one (I) year. Obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing any
part thereof, which shall within one year be returned to us with transportation charges prepaid, and prove to be
defective.
The above limited warranty takes the place of all other warranties, express or implied and correction of such defects
by replacement or repair shall constitute a fulfillment of all obligations under the terms of the warranty, which
specifically EXCLUDES any incidental damages caused by or associated with this product or it use. The warranty
does not cover any unit which has been damaged either in transit or by misuse, accident or negligence. No warranty
or representation not contained herein shall be binding.
LABOR, ETC. COSTS: Metropolitan shall IN NO EVENT be responsible or liable for the cost of field labor or
other charges incurred by any customer in removing and/or affixing any Metropolitan product, part or component
thereof.
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Screw to Head Unit
POSITIVE LEAD (+)
NEGATIVE LEAD (-)
A
C
DETAIL C
SCALE 1 : 1
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 1
POSITIVE TERMINAL
NEGATIVE TERMINAL
NEGATIVE TERMINAL
POSITIVE TERMINAL
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