Dosing Station Control Panels
Does not include aerator controls
Due to custom specifications, all items are special order. Call (513) 896-4538 for pricing.
Jet 112 Control Panel
Single-phase, simplex motor contactor control
The Model 112 control panel provides a reliable means of controlling one 120, 208, or 240 VAC single-phase pump in irrigation systems, pump chambers, sump pump basins, and lift stations. Two control switches activate a magnetic motor contactor to turn the pump on and off. If an alarm condition occurs, an additional switch activates the audible/visual alarm systems.
1. Enclosure measures 8 X 8 X 4 inches with choice of NEMA 1 for indoor or NEMA 4X for indoor or outdoor applications.
2. Magnetic Motor Contactor
3. HOA Switch
4. Green Pump Run Indicator Light
5. Float Switch Terminal Block
6. Alarm and Control Fuses
7. Alarm and Control Power Indicators
8. Ground Lug
9. Circuit Breaker(optional)
10. Red Alarm Beacon
11. Alarm Horn
12. Exterior Alarm Test/Normal Silencer
13. Horn Silence Relay
*Note – description is of the Model 112
|Jet 122 Control Panel
Single-phase, duplex alternating pump control with override
The Model 122 control panel is designed to alternately control two 120, 208, or 240 VAC single- phase pumps in water and sewage installations. The alternating action equalizes pump wear. In addition to the alternating pump control, this system provides override control should either pump fail. If necessary, an alarm switch activates the audible/visual alarm system.
Jet TD Control Panel
The model TD control panel provides a reliable means of controlling one single-phase pump in onsite septic installations. A programmable timer activates a magnetic motor contactor to turn the pump on and off. A low level cutout float overrides the timer to prevent the pump from running dry. An alarm float activates the audio/visual alarm system indicating a high liquid level.
Jet DTD Control Panel
Single-phase, duplex timed dosing pump control
The model DTD control panel provides a reliable means of controlling two single phase pumps in onsite septic installations. A programmable timer, in conjunction with an alternating circuit board, alternately activates a magnetic contactor to turn the pumps on and off and to equalize pump wear. A low level cutout float overrides the timer to prevent the pump from running dry. An alarm float activates the audible/visual alarm system indicating a high liquid level.