Myriad DPC 1/4 Din - Meter only, Mounting and wiring by others
Delivery: 1 week. The Myriad DPC performs all of the functions found in a full size duplex pump control panel, and operates constant or variable speed pumps.
Myriad 'DPC' Duplex Pump Controller
- Microprocessor Based
- Graphic LCD Display
- 5 Function keys
- Isolated 24VDC Sensor Power
- 4/20MA, 1-5V, 0-5V, 0-10VDC Input
- 4 Analog Inputs
- 4 Digital Inputs
- 4 Analog Outputs
- 4 Relay Outputs 5 AMP
- 4 Digital Outputs.
- Fully User Programmable in English
- 'MV Net' Port RS485 +User Port
The Myriad DPC performs all of the functions found in a full size control panel, and operates constant or variable speed pumps.
- Displays level in numeric and bar graph forms
- Displays pump run status
- Allows full user selection of all system variables
- Monitors critical alarms (motor over temperature, etc.)
- Monitors non critical alarms (seal leak, etc.)
- Monitors hand off auto selections switch position
- Monitors pump (VFD) 'run' feedback
- Provides digital and relay outputs for pump control, level alarm, sensor fail, pump fault and seal leak
- Provides 4/20MA outputs for VFD speed setting and proportional control
- Retransmits level signal
- Provides time and date 'stamped' alarm information
- Audible and visual alarms
- Allows simulation of level to exercise pumps or verify operation of setpoints
- Records "MAX" and "MIN" process values and a graphic trend chart for trouble shooting
- Available in 1/4 DIN panel mount and Nema 4X enclosures
- Full diagnostic screen fo all I/O
The Myriad DPC ushers in a new generation of pump controllers. From the ¼ Din 4" X 4" housing with fully removable P.C. board, to the 128 x 32 pixel bitmapped LCD display and simple user set up, the Myriad DPC offers unmatched versatility in pump control and management. The unit accepts a standard analog input signal and offers isolated re-transmission of signal. Relay outputs may be configured for pump control or alarms and are front panel settable, for 'set' and 'reset' points. Graphical and numerical, process displays are standard.