BIO-A Double Light Control Panel for Aerobic Treatment Systems
The BIO-A-AV-PT control panel is designed for use on aerobic treatment systems with an air pump and a submersible pump. This control panel includes a 24 hour timer for the submersible pump and gives alarm for high water and air pump failure.
BIO-A Aerobic Control Panel Specifications
- 120VAC Circuits for Air Pump, Submersible Pump, and Alarms
- 20 Amp Submersible Pump Circuit, 10 Amp Air Pump Circuit, 10 Amp Alarm/Control Circuit
- 24-Hour Timer w/ 15 Minute Intervals
- Manual Submersible Pump Test Toggle Switch
- Externally Mounted Pressure Sensor with 1/8'' Barb
- Air Pump Failure Alarm and High Water Alarm
- Externally Mounted High Decibel Alarm Buzzers
- 360 Degree Red High Water Alarm Light and Amber Air Pump Failure Alarm Light
- Externally Mounted Alarm Run/Test/Mute Switch
- NEMA 4X Enclosure. UL 508A Listed
- Dimensions: 10.25'' x 8.00'' x 4.00''
- Color Coded Internal Wiring, Easily Replaceable Components
- Comes With Detailed Wiring Schematic and Connection Diagram
- Pump Duty Float Switch & High Level Alarm Float Switch Sold Separately
- WHALE OF A DEAL - TWO YEAR WARRANTY!
BIO-A Aerobic Control Panel Applications
To make a decision on which panel will work best for your particular system, you need to figure out what the components are of your system. Every aerobic system will have an air pump, that is a given. Some systems but not all will have a submersible pump to remove the water from the system sending it either to a secondary treatment system, or commonly a drip irrigation or spray irrigation system. The type of system you have will determine which control panel functions you will need. See these options discussed further below.
BIO-A-AV DOUBLE LIGHT CONTROL PANEL
The BIO-A-AV double light control panel works best on aerobic systems that include a submersible pump and a spray irrigation or sprinkler system. This panel includes three breakers for the alarm circuit, air pump circuit, and submersible pump circuit. It includes separate alarms for both high water and air pump failure. The high water alarm operates from a float switch in the tank, while the air pump failure alarm uses a pressure switch connected to the pump via a 1/8’’ airline. This panel also includes a timer which allows you to control what segments of the day you wish to have the submersible pump come on (as little as 15 minute intervals).