Myriad DPC Nema 4 - Mounted and wired in a Nema 4 Box
Delivery: 1-2 weeks. 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 retransmission 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.