Pump and Power Supply Overload Circuits: The D.C. power supply and the pump motors are protected in the
event of electrical overload by individual starters. THE FAIL SAFE CIRCUITRY SETTINGS ARE FACTORY SET AND
ARE NOT TO BE CHANGED. CHANGING MAY PRECLUDE SAFE OPERATION OF UNIT.
Typical Operating Parameters:
Some variances in operating parameters can occur depending on local water and electrical condition; however,
typical operating parameters for the various models are tabulated below. IT IS WORTHWHILE TO REITERATE THAT
ANY SIGNIFICANT VARIANCE IN ANY OF THESE FACTORS WILL HAVE SOME EFFECT ON THE FINAL
CONCENTRATION DEVELOPED IN THE HOLDING TANK. Individual system components have built-in tolerances
which can also result in slight operational variances. The equipment is designed to easily withstand the ten percent
tolerance which can occur from this source. IT IS THE COMBINATION OF ELECTRICAL POWER, SALT AND
SOLUTION TEMPERATURE WHICH DETERMINES THE HYPOCHLORITE PRODUCTION. As a result, several
options are available which permits some leeway in setting the internal controls. For example: If a chronic voltage drop
exists which lowers the cell voltage, a compromise can be effected by increasing the brine feed to the holding tank and
increasing the temperature of the solution in the tank. This will result in an increase of conductivity (also a decrease in
resistance) which will offset the voltage drop and increase the current thereby increasing chlorine production.