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Geotech SS Geosub Pump Controller

Geotech SS Geosub Pump Controller

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The SS Geosub Controller is designed for use with the SS Geosub pump and provides accurate and precise control over the pump during sampling events.

Features

  • Converts AC Voltage to variable up to 300 watt DC voltage output
  • Internal processor saves individual well parameters
  • Optional DC to AC Inverter can be connected to avehicle battery
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The SS Geosub Controller is designed specifically for use with Geotech's SS Geosub. It provides a safe conditioned variable DC output power from an AC power source. Built-in sensing gives the operator accurate and precise control over the pump during sampling events.

An average 1000 Watt gasoline powered generator with 1 gallon of gasoline will operate the SS Geosub Controller and Geotech's sampling pump at full power for 18 hours continuously. Generally much longer run times can be expected as the controller is used to reduce water flow for low flow sampling.

An easy-to-use programmable user interface with bright display offers precise control over flow rates during groundwater sampling events. Site specific settings and conditions can easily be stored and recalled for more efficient repeatable sampling events. Rugged construction and easy to connect cables make setup and portability a breeze. In addition, the controller includes a user-set dry run protection feature.
  • Converts AC Voltage to variable up to 300 watt DC voltage output
  • Short circuit protection for your safety
  • Heavy duty rated power cable for years of service
  • 2-line x 16-character wide temperature range alpha-numeric digital display
  • Push button Up/Down control
  • Internal processor saves individual well parameters
  • Optional DC to AC Inverter can be connected to a vehicle battery
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Does the controller need to be grounded?
Yes, the controller must be wired to a negative ground system. If using a generator larger than 2000 Watts, a grounding rod driven into moist earth must be installed and electrically connected.
What kind of power source is this compatible with?
The SS Geosub controller can be connected to any AC power source, such as an AC gasoline powered generator. A DC to AC inverter is available under the Accessories tab to connect the controller to a DC source such as a car battery.
Is the controller field serviceable?
No, The SS Geosub controller has no field serviceable components and should never be opened by an unqualified person.

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