Pump Monitoring and Pump (motor) Protection
Kayden CLASSIC 800 Series Thermal Dispersion Flow, Level, Interface & Temperature Switch & Transmitter
Provide a rugged and reliable means for pump protection and monitoring.
It is difficult to find one device that can be configured for a wide variety of flow conditions and will not require frequent maintenance.
To perform well in this application the flow switch must resist failures caused by:
Every Kayden CLASSIC 800 SERIES Thermal Dispersion Flow, Level, Interface & Temperature Switch & Transmitter is configurable by the user for flow, level, interface and/or temperature with air, gases, liquids or slurries. The digital electronics are configured by the user for each application and are 100% interchangeable.
The Start-Up Bypass Timer makes it possible to disable the pump on low flow and have it restart automatically after a predetermined time.
Figure 1 shows the Kayden flow switch installed as a “Target Switch” on the INLET side, and as an “Indicator Switch” on the OUTLET side of the pump.
It is almost always preferable to install the flow switch on the INLET side of the pump.
If the flow switch has been, or must be, installed on the OUTLET side of the pump.
Display Panel Indicators:
On steady when Relay 1 is energized
On steady when Relay 2 is energized
Indicates a self-test error or fault condition
Set Point 1
On steady when viewing Set Point 1
Set Point 2
On steady when viewing Set Point 2
Flashing when switch is operating
Flashing when the Start-up Bypass Timer is active
Displays Thermal Signal
The Thermal Signal increases as:
The flow rate increases
The sensor is submerged
The sensor is submerged by the second liquid of greater thermal conductivity
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