Proactive Low Flow Sampling Controller

The Proactive Low Flow Sampling Controller is engineered specifically for the Standard Engineered Plastic Pumps.

Features

  • User can precisely control the water discharge with the turn of a knob
  • Used to monitor and regulate low flow sampling as low as 40mL/min
  • Includes 3' wire lead to battery clamps and 5' wire lead to pump connector
List Price $508.98
Your Price $459.00
Stock 2AVAILABLE

The Proactive Low Flow Sampling Controller is engineered specifically for the Standard Engineered Plastic Cyclone, Mini-Typhoon, Typhoon, Tempest/Twister, Mini-Monsoon, Super Twister, Tornado, Supernova, Abyss, and Abyss Slimline pumps.

With the Low Flow Sampling Controller, the user can precisely control the water discharge with the turn of a knob. The Low Flow Sampling Controller is used to monitor and regulate low flow sampling as low as 40mL/min.

  • Engineered with reverse polarity protection
  • Advanced thermal overload protection
  • Heavy duty steel weatherproof case
  • Constant Voltage Boosting Technology (CVBT) allows the correct voltage to reach the pump motors
  • 20 AMP "safety" fuse to protect electronics and user
  • 6 month parts and labor warranty
  • 'Ramp Up' control dial
  • 3 foot wire lead to battery clamps and 5 foot wire leads to pump connector
  • Steel handle for comfort and control
  • (1) Low Flow Sampling Controller
  • (1) 3' wire lead to battery clamps
  • (1) 5' wire leads to pump connector
Questions & Answers
What pump models is this controller compatible with?
The Low Flow Sampling Controller is compatible with the plastic Cyclone, Mini-Typhoon, Typhoon, Tempest/Twister, Mini-Monsoon, Super Twister, Tornado, Supernova, Abyss, and Abyss Slimline pumps.
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