WS1 & 1.25 TC 3 button Service Manual

WS1 & 1.25 TC 3 button Service Manual
Water Specialist
1” Control Valve Series Model: WS1TC
1.25” Control Valve Series Model: WS1.25TC
Operation and Instruction Manual for OEM Only.
Please Note: This operation and instruction manual is for the training of
the OEM and for the OEM to use to train their customers. This document
is not to be used as the complete system manual.
MANUAL REGENERATION
NOTE: For softeners, if brine tank does not
contain salt, fill with salt and wait at least 2 hours
before regeneration.
If you need to initiate a manual regeneration,
either immediately, or tonight at the
preprogrammed time (typically 2 a.m.), complete
the following steps.
For Immediate Regeneration:
Press and hold ▲ and ▼ simultaneously until valve
motor starts (typically 3 seconds).
Arrow will point to Regen if a
regeneration is expected “Tonight.”
For Regeneration Tonight:
Press and release ▲ and ▼ simultaneously
(notice that arrow points to Regen).
If the display shows “E1,” “E2”, “E3”, or “E4” (for error),
call a service technician.
To shut off water to the system, please position arrow handles as shown in the bypass operation
diagram below. If your valve doesn’t look like the diagram below, contact your service technician for
instructions on how to shut off water.
NORMAL OPERATION
Treated
Water Exits
BYPASS OPERATION
Supply Water
Enters
Supply Water
Exits
GENERAL
OPERATION
Arrow will point to Regen
if a regeneration is
expected “Tonight.”
When the system is operating
one of two displays will be
shown: time of day or days
until the next regeneration.
Pressing ▲ or ▼ button will
toggle between the two
choices.
or
TO SET TIME OF DAY
1. Accessed by pressing SET for approximately
3 seconds.
2. Adjust hour with ▲ or ▼. With 60 Hz
line frequency detection on power-up,
timekeeping is 12 hour with PM indicator.
With 50 Hz line frequency detection on
power-up, timekeeping is 24 hour without
the PM indicator. Press SET to go to the next
step.
3. Adjust minutes with ▲ or ▼.
4. Press SET to complete and return to normal
operation.
In the event of a prolonged
power outage, time of day flashes,
indicating that it needs to be reset.
All other information will be stored
in memory no matter how long
the power outage. Please complete
the steps as shown to the right. To
access this mode, press “SET.”
TO SET TIME OF
REGENERATION
AND DAYS BETWEEN
REGENERATION
For initial set-up or to make
adjustments, please complete the
steps as shown.
Access this mode by pressing SET
and ▲ for approximately 3 seconds.
The number of days between
regenerations may need to be
varied based on usage and water
conditions. (This step will not appear if
the 7-day clock option is selected.)
Supply Water
Enters
3 sec.
1. Accessed by pressing SET and ▲
simultaneously for about 3 seconds.
2. Set Regeneration Time Hour. Set
the time for regeneration to start.
Press SET to go to the next step.
3. Set Regeneration Time Minutes.
Press SET to go to the next step.
4. Set number of Days between
regeneration cycles.
5. Press SET to complete and return to
normal operation.
Table of Contents
Control Valve Function and Cycles of Operation ...........................................................................................................4
OEM General Programming Instructions ........................................................................................................................6
OEM System Setup ...........................................................................................................................................6
Installer Displays/Settings .................................................................................................................................8
User Displays/Settings.....................................................................................................................................10
Drawings and Part Numbers
Front Cover and Drive Assembly ....................................................................................................................12
WS1TC Drive Cap, Pistons and Spacer Stack ................................................................................................13
WS1.25TC Drive Cap, Pistons and Spacer Stack ...........................................................................................14
WS1 & WS1.25 Identification Figure .............................................................................................................15
FOR INFORMATION COMMON TO ALL 1” & 1.25” CONTROL VALVES
REFER TO THE WS1&WS1.25 DRAWINGS AND SERVICE MANUAL
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Control Valve Function and Cycles of Operation
This glass filled Noryl1 (or equivalent) fully automatic control valve is designed as the primary control center to direct and regulate
all cycles of a downflow regeneration water softener or filter.
The time clock control valve can be set to perform downflow regeneration or simply backwash. The time clock control valve has
two calendar options for regeneration frequency:
1. An option where the user can choose the number of days (1-99) between each regeneration; and
2. A seven-day option where the user can choose which day(s) of the week a regeneration should occur.
The control valve is compatible with a variety of regenerants and resin cleaners. The control valve is capable of routing the flow
of water in the necessary paths to regenerate or backwash water treatment systems. The injector regulates the flow of brine or
other regenerants. The control valve regulates the flow rates for backwashing, rinsing, and the replenishing of treated water into a
regenerant tank, when applicable.
The control valve uses no traditional fasteners (e.g. screws); instead clips, threaded caps and nuts and snap type latches are used.
Caps and nuts only need to be firmly hand tightened because radial seals are used. Tools required to service the valve include one
small blade screw driver, one large blade screw driver, pliers and a pair of hands. A plastic wrench is available which eliminates the
need for screwdrivers and pliers. Disassembly for servicing takes much less time than comparable products currently on the market.
Control valve installation is made easy because the distributor tube can be cut ½” above to ½” below the top of tank thread. The
distributor tube is held in place by an o-ring seal and the control valve also has a bayonet lock feature for upper distributor baskets.
The AC adapter comes with a 15 foot power cord and is designed for use with the control valve. The AC adapter is for dry
location use only. The control valve maintains timekeeping for up to 8 hours if the power goes out and the battery is not depleted.
After 8 hours, the only item that needs to be reset is the time of day; valve status and programming are permanently stored in the
nonvolatile memory. If a power loss lasts less than 8 hours and the time flashes on and off, the time of day should be reset and the
non rechargeable battery should be replaced.
Table 1 shows the time for the backwash, regenerative, and rinse cycles for the ten available programming options. Six different
programs are available for a softener, one for a regenerative filter, and three programs for backwash only filters. When the control
valve is used as a:
• Softener - one or two backwashes occur and refill always occurs after the rinse cycle (P0 through P5)
• Regenerative Filter - one backwash occurs and refill always occurs after the rinse cycle (P6)
• Backwashing Filter - one backwash occurs (P7 through P9)
Table 1
Regeneration Cycles and Times for Different Programs
All times in Minutes
Program
C1
1st Backwash
C2
Regenerate
C3
2nd Backwash
C4
Rinse
C5
Fill
P0
3
50
3
3
1-99
P1
8
50
8
4
1-99
P2
8
70
10
6
1-99
P3
12
70
12
8
1-99
P4
10
50
Skipped
8
1-99
P5
4
50
Skipped
4
1-99
P6
12
6
Skipped
12
1-99
P7
6
Skipped
Skipped
4
Skipped
P8
10
Skipped
Skipped
6
Skipped
P9
14
Skipped
Skipped
8
Skipped
NOTE: During regeneration the display will show C1, C2, etc. If the cycle is skipped, that cycle number will not be displayed.
1
Noryl is a trademark of Sabic Innovative Plastics IP B.V. Company
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• The user can initiate manual regeneration. The user has the option to request the manual regeneration at the delayed regeneration
time or to have the regeneration occur immediately. Simultaneously press ▲ and ▼ to start a regeneration at the next delayed
regeneration time. If a regeneration is to occur “today” an arrow will point to REGEN. For immediate regeneration, simultaneously
press and hold ▲ and ▼ for three seconds.
When in regeneration, step through the different regeneration cycles by pressing ▲ or ▼.
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OEM General Instructions
The control valve offers multiple procedures that allow the valve to be modified to suit the needs of the installation. These
procedures are:
•
•
•
OEM System Setup
Installer Displays & Settings (either 1-99 Days Between Regeneration option or 7-Day option)
User Displays
These procedures can be accessed in any order. Details on each of the procedures are provided below and on the following pages.
When in operation, normal user displays show the time of day or days remaining before regeneration. When stepping through a
procedure, if no buttons are pressed within five minutes the display returns to a normal user display. Any changes made prior to the
five minute time out are incorporated.
To quickly exit Installer Displays & Settings or OEM Setup, simultaneously press SET + ▼. Any changes made prior to the exit are
incorporated.
To reinitialize the control valve, check to make sure the valve is in the User Display. Then simultaneously press SET + ▼ or unplug
power source plug (4-pin connector) on the circuit board, wait 3 seconds and plug back in.
OEM System Setup
STEP 1SS
STEP 1SS – From normal mode, press SET + ▲ buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds and release.
Then press SET + ▲ simultaneously for 3 seconds and release.
STEP 2SS
STEP 2SS – Choose the desired program by pressing ▲ or ▼. Prior to selecting a program, verify
the correct valve body, main piston, regenerant piston, and stack are being used, and that the injector
or injector plug(s) are in the correct locations. See Valve Body Compliance Table in the WS1 and
WS1.25 Drawings and Service Manual.
Press SET button to go to Step 3SS.
Regeneration Cycles and Times for Different Programs
All times in Minutes
STEP 3SS
Program
C1
1st Backwash
C2
Regenerate
C3
2nd Backwash
C4
Rinse
C5
Fill
P0
3
50
3
3
1-99
P1
8
50
8
4
1-99
P2
8
70
10
6
1-99
P3
12
70
12
8
1-99
P4
10
50
Skipped
8
1-99
P5
4
50
Skipped
4
1-99
P6
12
6
Skipped
12
1-99
P7
6
Skipped
Skipped
4
Skipped
P8
10
Skipped
Skipped
6
Skipped
P9
14
Skipped
Skipped
8
Skipped
STEP 3SS – If program P0 through P6 was selected, enter in the minutes of fill using ▲ or ▼. The
allowable values vary from a low of 1 to a high of 99. If program P7, P8 or P9 was selected, this
screen will not appear. Press SET button to go to Step 4SS. Note: For each minute of fill 0.5 gallons
of water is added to the solution tank. With Sodium Chloride, each 0.5 gallon of water will dissolve
1.5 pounds of salt.
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STEP 4SS
STEP 4SS - Use ▲ or ▼ to switch between:
• 1-99 Days Between Regeneration - Regeneration is
determined by the number of days that have passed
since the last regeneration scheduled.
• 7-Day - Regeneration is scheduled for specific days of
the week.
Press SET to go to Step 5SS.
or
STEP 5SS
STEP 5SS - If a differential pressure switch is installed
and actuated for 2 minutes:
• a regeneration will occur immediately if no arrow
points at Regen Time; or
• a regeneration will occur at the delayed regeneration
hour if an arrow points at Regen Time.
Use ▲ or ▼ to switch between the two choices. If a
differential switch is not installed the settings in this
display are ignored. Press SET to exit OEM system setup.
or
Return to
Normal Mode
A
B
C
NOTE: A regeneration will be initiated or scheduled after the
control has received a signal for two minutes to the DP Input (Item
A).
A. Differential pressure switch connection
B. Motor wire connection
C. AC adapter wire connection
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STEP 1ID
Installer Displays & Settings (1-99 Days Between Regeneration Option)
STEP 1ID – From normal mode, press SET + ▲ buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds and
release.
STEP 2ID
STEP 2ID – Regeneration Time Hour: Set the time for regeneration to start using ▲ or ▼. Press
SET to go to the next step.
STEP 3ID
STEP 3ID – Regeneration Time Minutes: Set the time for regeneration to start using ▲ or ▼.
Press SET to go to the next step.
STEP 4ID
STEP 4ID – Days to Regen: Set the number of days between regenerations. The allowable range
is 1 to 99. Press SET to exit Installer Displays and Settings.
Return to Normal Mode
Installer Displays & Settings (7 Day Option)
STEP 1I7
STEP 1I7 – From normal mode, press SET + ▲ simultaneously for 3 seconds and release.
STEP 2I7
STEP 2I7 – Regeneration Time Hour: Set the time for regeneration to start using ▲ or ▼. Press
SET to go to Step 3I7.
STEP 3I7
STEP 3I7 – Regeneration Time Minutes: Set the time for regeneration to start using ▲ or ▼.
Press SET to go to Step 4I7.
STEP 4I7
Display
STEP 4I7 – Current Day of Week: Set the current day of the week
by using ▲ or ▼ (See chart at right for date codes). Press SET to go
to STEP 5I7.
Day of Week
day 1
d1
Sunday
day 2
d2
Monday
day 3
d3
Tuesday
day 4
d4
Wednesday
day 5
d5
Thursday
day 6
d6
Friday
day 7
d7
Saturday
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STEP 5I7
STEP 5I7 – Sunday Regeneration: To regenerate on Sunday use ▲ or ▼ until the arrow points to
Regen. If the arrow does not point to Regen a regeneration will not occur on Sunday. Press SET to
go to STEP 6I7.
STEP 6I7
STEP 6I7 – Monday Regeneration: To regenerate on Monday use ▲ or ▼ until the arrow points
to Regen. If the arrow does not point to Regen a regeneration will not occur on Monday. Press
SET to go to STEP 7I7.
STEP 7I7
STEP 7I7 – Tuesday Regeneration: To regenerate on Tuesday use ▲ or ▼ until the arrow points
to Regen. If the arrow does not point to Regen a regeneration will not occur on Tuesday. Press
SET to go to STEP 8I7.
STEP 8I7
STEP 8I7 – Wednesday Regeneration: To regenerate on Wednesday use ▲ or ▼ until the arrow
points to Regen. If the arrow does not point to Regen a regeneration will not occur on Wednesday.
Press SET to go to STEP 9I7.
STEP 9I7
STEP 9I7 – Thursday Regeneration: To regenerate on Thursday use ▲ or ▼ until the arrow points
to Regen. If the arrow does not point to Regen a regeneration will not occur on Thursday. Press
SET to go to STEP 10I7.
STEP 10I7
STEP 10I7 – Friday Regeneration: To regenerate on Friday use ▲ or ▼ until the arrow points to
Regen. If the arrow does not point to Regen a regeneration will not occur on Friday. Press SET to
go to STEP 11I7.
STEP 11I7
STEP 11I7 – Saturday Regeneration: To regenerate on Saturday use ▲ or ▼ until the arrow points
to Regen. If the arrow does not point to Regen a regeneration will not occur on Saturday. Press
SET to exit Installer Displays & Settings.
NOTE: If all arrows are turned off in d1-d7, the program will default to d7.
Return to Normal Mode
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User Displays
General Operation
When the system is operating one of two displays will be shown. Pressing ▲ or ▼ will alternate
between the displays. One of the displays is always the current time of day. The second display is the
days remaining until the next regeneration. If the days remaining is equal to one, a regeneration will
occur at the next preset regeneration time. The user can scroll between displays as desired.
or
If the system has called for a regeneration that will occur at the preset time of regeneration, the arrow
will point to Regen.
Regeneration Mode
Typically a system is set to regenerate at a time of low water usage. An example of a time with
low water usage is when a household is asleep. If there is a demand for water when the system is
regenerating, untreated water will be used.
When the system begins to regenerate, the display will change to the Regeneration Cycle Display
to indicate the current regen cycle step and time remaining. An arrow will also point to Regen. The
system will run through the steps automatically and will reset itself to provide treated water when the
regeneration is completed.
Manual Regeneration
Sometimes there is a need to regenerate the system sooner than when the system calls for it, usually referred to as
a manual regeneration. There may be a period of heavy water usage because of guests or a heavy laundry day.
To initiate a manual regeneration at the preset delayed regeneration time, simultaneously press ▲ and
▼ and release. The arrow will point to the word Regen if a regeneration is expected “tonight.” To
cancel the regeneration simultaneously press ▲ and ▼ and release.
To initiate a manual regeneration immediately, simultaneously press ▲ and ▼ for three seconds. The
system will begin to regenerate immediately. The request cannot be cancelled.
Note: For softeners, if brine tank does not contain salt, fill with salt and wait at least two hours before regenerating.
An arrow will point
to the word Regen
if a regeneration is
expected “tonight.”
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Set Time of Day
STEP 1U – Press SET
STEP 2U
STEP 2U – Current time: Adjust hour with ▲ or ▼. With 60 Hz line frequency detection on
power-up, timekeeping is 12 hour with PM indicator. With 50 Hz line frequency detection on
power-up, timekeeping is 24 hour without the PM indicator. Press SET to go to Step 3U.
STEP 3U
STEP 3U – Adjust minutes with ▲ or ▼. Press SET to exit Set Time of Day.
Power Loss
Only the current time of day will need to be reset if power is lost for greater than 8 hours. If power is lost while the system is
regenerating, the control will complete regeneration at the point of interuption once power is restored.
Error Message
If “E1,” “E2”, “E3” or “E4” appears on the display contact the OEM for help. This indicates that the
valve did not function properly.
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Front Cover and Drive Assembly
Drawing No.
Order No.
1
V3175TC-01
2
3
4
V3818TC
WS1TC PC BOARD 4-DIGIT
1
5
V3110
WS1 DRIVE REDUCING GEAR 12 X 36
3
V3109
WS1 DRIVE GEAR COVER
1
WS1TC DRIVE ASY
*
6
Description
1
V3107-01
WS1 MOTOR ASY
1
V3106-01
WS1 DRIVE BRACKET & SPRING CLIP
1
V3002TC
V3186
Not Shown
Quantity
WS1TC FRONT COVER ASY
WS1 AC ADAPTER 120V-12V
V3186EU
WS1 AC ADAPTER 220-240V-12V EU
V3186UK
WS1 AC ADAPTER 220-240V-12V UK
V3186-01
WS1 AC ADAPTER CORD ONLY
1
* Drawing number parts 2 through 6 may be purchased as a complete assembly, part V3002TC.
When replacing the battery, align
positives and push down to fully seat.
Correct
Battery
Orientation
Battery replacement is
3 volt lithium coin cell
type 2032.
Battery Fully Seated
1
4
6
5
3
2
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WS1TC Drive Cap Assembly, Downflow Piston, Regenerant Piston and Spacer Stack Assembly
Drawing No.
Order No.
Description
1
V3005-02
WS1 Spacer Stack Assembly
1
2
V3004
Drive Cap ASY
1
3
V3178
WS1 Drive Back Plate
1
4
V3011
WS1 Piston Downflow ASY
1
5
V3174
WS1 Regenerant Piston
1
6
V3135
O-ring 228
1
7
V3180
O-ring 337
1
8
V3105
O-ring 215 (Distributer Tube)
1
V3001
WS1 Body ASY Downflow
Not Shown
V3001-02
Quantity
1
WS1 Mixing Valve Body ASY
Note: The regenerant piston is not used in backwash only applications.
3
1
4b
Black Plug
2
5
4a
4
6
8
7
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WS1.25TC Drive Cap Assembly, Downflow Piston, Regenerant Piston and Spacer Stack Assembly
Drawing No.
Order No.
1
V3430-01
2
Description
Quantity
WS1.5 Spacer Stack Assembly
1
V3004
Drive Cap ASY
1
3
V3178
WS1 Drive Back Plate
1
4
V3407
WS1.5 Piston Downflow ASY
1
5
V3174
WS1 Regenerant Piston
1
6
V3135
O-ring 228
1
7
V3180
O-ring 337
1
V3358
O-ring 219 (Distributor Tube Opening 1.32")
V3357
O-ring 218 (Distributor Tube Opening 32mm)
V3020
WS1.25 Body ASY Downflow
(Distributor Tube Opening 1.32")
8
Not Shown
V3020-01
WS1.25 Mixing Valve Body Downflow ASY
(Distributor Tube Opening 1.32")
V3020-02
WS1.25 Body ASY Downflow
(Distributor Tube Opening 32mm)
V3020-03
WS1.25 Mixing Valve Body Downflow ASY
(Distributor Tube Opening 32mm)
1
1
Note: The regenerant piston is not used in backwash only applications.
3
1
Grey Plug on all
WS1.25 bodies
*Grey Ring
*Grey Distributor
O-ring retainer
2
5
7
4
8
6
*Only for valves that have a
32mm Distributor Tube Opening
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WS1 & WS1.25 Identification Figure
WS1 with 1.050" Distributor Tube Opening Identification
Spacer Color:
Grey
1.25"
Black Plug
D
1.25"
Note: The WS1 downflow piston is a solid amber color.
WS1.25 with 1.32" Distributor Tube Opening Identification
Spacer Color:
Black
1.5"
Grey Plug
1.5"
WS1.25 with 32mm Distributor Tube Opening Identification
Spacer Color:
Black
1.5"
Grey Plug
Grey Ring
1.5"
Grey
Distributor
O-ring
Retainer
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Form No. V3115TC-04 – 3/4/2016
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