CUSTOM CONTROLS ARE AVAILABLE WITH STANDARD PROGRAMS
MULTIPLE PUMPS or DUPLEX PUMPS & MULTIPLE ZONE VALVES
MULTIPLE PUMP OR ZONE - TIMER BASED CONTROLS
As with the simplex and duplex timer based control systems, the multiplex systems are ideal for managing and monitoring daily flow of wastewater, but are intended for use in larger commercial and industrial systems. The multiplex systems contain many of the same features found in the smaller systems but are typically micro-processor controlled to allow for a greater amount of flexibility. Any combination of pumps and/or zone valves may be left out of service, at the flip of a switch, without affecting the sequence. Pump and/or zone valve fail circuits allow for easy detection and alarm of failed equipment or lines. The space-saving micro-processor based control utilizes a door mounted keypad for easy, user friendly data entry and collection. Standard programs can be customized to meet your specific application. Hard wired relay type controls are also available upon request. Call factory for details and pricing information.
"MET" MULTIPLEX EQUALIZATION CONTROLS
This series of controls is designed to provide flow equalization and are ideal to provide an alarm condition for excess wastewater flow. The standard "MET" time of day ("T" series) timed dose panels are configured with a 24-hour time clock and pump run timer for each pump. The control will allow a pump (or zone) to be taken out of service without interfering with the operation of the other zones or creating nuisance alarm conditions.
"MT" MULTIPLEX TIMED DOSE ON DEMAND CONTROLS
This series of controls is designed to operate more than two pumps and dose on demand with an adjustable run timer for each pump. This type of timer control is typically used to provide a measured flow to unequal sized zones where flow equalization is not required. Each pump dose can be individually set by adjusting the pump run timers. The control will allow a pump (or zone) to be taken out of service without interfering with the operation of the other zones or creating nuisance alarm conditions.