AQUAROBOT TURBIPRESS set of automatics
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AQUAROBOT TURBIPRESS set of automatics

AQUAROBOT TURBIPRESS set of automatics

AQUAROBOT TURBIPRESS set of automatics with 24 L pressure tank is designed for automatic control of single-phase surface and submersible pumps with power of up to 1.5 kW (modification 1) or 2.2 kW (modification 2).

Device functional capabilities

  1. Automatically controls the pump operation maintaining user-defined thresholds of minimum and maximum pressure (Pmin and Pmax) in water supply system.
  2. Switches the pump off in the absence of water flow. Transfers the pump to emergency mode in case of the pump dry-running or jamming, and other emergency situations.
  3. Automatically switches the pump off in case the system pressure reaches limiting pressure value Рlmt (5.5 -7 atm) and automatically transfers the pump to operating mode when pressure drops lower than Рlmt-.
  4. Provides the pump stable operation when supply voltage drops to 170 V. (Note: when line voltage drops, the pump power reduces proportional to square voltage).
Specifications
  • Supply voltage: ~220 V ± 10%, 50 Hz.
  • Maximum power: 1.5 / 2.2 kW.
  • Maximum current: 16 /20 А.
  • Maximum operating pressure: 0.6 MPa (6 bar).
  • Maximum pump performance (flow rate): 7.2 m³/h (120 l/min).
  • Minimum flow rate: 3 l/min.
  • Pressure protection threshold Рlmt: 5.5...7.0 bar.
  • Range of operating cut-off pressure (Pmax): 2.0…5.0 bar.
  • Range of operating cut-in pressure (Pmin): 0.5…4.5 bar.
  • Pressure resolution: 0.2 bar.
  • Minimum difference (Pmax - Pmin): 0.5 bar.
  • Factory cut-in pressure setting Pmin: 1 ± 0.3 bar.
  • Factory cut-off pressure setting Pmax: 3 ± 0.3 bar.
  • Connecting dimensions: 1".
  • Protection class: IP65.


Package contents:
  • AQUAROBOT TURBIPRESS set of automatics assembled - 1
  • AQUAROBOT TURBIPRESS set of automatics Manual - 1
  • AQUAROBOT TURBIPRESS Manual - 1
  • Packing - 1

Trademark: AQUAROBOT
Manufacturer: UNIPUMP
Warranty:  24 months


All section equipment: Automatics for systems


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