ETATRON AMERICA EONE MF (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: eOne MF Quick Start Guide Flow Rate 7.92 GPH, Max. Pressure 72 PSI Congratulations on your new Etatron. Please read the following important information. Included in Box • eOne MF pump • Bracket Mounting Kit • Operating instructions and maintenance manual • Allen Wrench (to remove solenoid when needed) • Hose Packet - Opaque, Rigid PE Tubing for the Discharge - Clear, Flexible, PVC Suction Tube - Injection Stem - Foot Filter NOTE: Remove safety labels before installing and remember that pumps may hold water inside. CAUTION - See operating manual for complete instructions and safety standards. - When connecting a metering pump either to a public water supply or to its own water source, you must respect the regulations in force concerning protection of the source i.e. prevention, etc. Water Meter Options WM34-1PPG One pulse per gallon WM34-10PPG One pulse per 10 gallons NEED HELP? CALL 800-451-6628 Remove the top discharge valve nut. Insert the opaque tubing through the nut. Install the injection valve into the water line. Refer to the red box for details. Screw the nut back onto the discharge valve. Hand tighten. Slide the locking collar onto the tube and insert the barb fitting over the tube creating a compression fitting. Remove the protective cap from the nut and discard. Attach the other end of the tubing to the injection valve, following steps 3 and 4. Cut clear tubing into two pieces that are the correct size for your application. Cut clear tubing into two pieces that are the correct size for your application. Attach the foot filter (using the same process as above) to the other end of the clear PVC tubing. Place into stock tank. Attach the foot filter (using the same process as above) to the other end of the clear PVC tubing. Place into stock tank. Attach one of the two clear PVC tubes to the suction valve following steps 2 - 5 in part A. Attach one of the two clear PVC tubes to the suction valve following steps 2 - 5 in part A. Attach one of the two clear PVC tubes to the suction valve following steps 2 - 5 in part A. Attach one of the two clear PVC tubes to the suction valve following steps 2 - 5 in part A. Attach one of the two clear PVC tubes to the suction valve following steps 2 - 5 in part A. Attach one of the two clear PVC tubes to the suction valve following steps 2 - 5 in part A. Injection stem has 1/2”, 3/8” and M10 MPT thread options. Cut to your specifications. Insert into water line so that the end of the injection valve is midway in the pipe. Cut to your specifications. Insert into water line so that the end of the injection valve is midway in the pipe. Slide the second clear PVC tube onto the bleed barb and place into stock tank. Slide the second clear PVC tube onto the bleed barb and place into stock tank. Installing the injection valve into the water line Remove bottom front cover using a standard flat head screw driver. Remove bottom front cover using a standard flat head screw driver. Remove bottom front cover using a standard flat head screw driver. Using a punch tool, punch a small hole through the rubber cap. Using a punch tool, punch a small hole through the rubber cap. Using a punch tool, punch a small hole through the rubber cap. Using a punch tool, punch a small hole through the rubber cap. Attach water meter wires to #3 and #4 (3rd and 4th holes from left) by pressing the button and inserting the wires using the small flat head screw driver. Tug gently on wire to assure it’s connected properly. Attach water meter wires to #3 and #4 (3rd and 4th holes from left) by pressing the button and inserting the wires using the small flat head screw driver. Tug gently on wire to assure it’s connected properly. Attach water meter wires to #3 and #4 (3rd and 4th holes from left) by pressing the button and inserting the wires using the small flat head screw driver. Tug gently on wire to assure it’s connected properly. Attach water meter wires to #3 and #4 (3rd and 4th holes from left) by pressing the button and inserting the wires using the small flat head screw driver. Tug gently on wire to assure it’s connected properly. Attach water meter wires to #3 and #4 (3rd and 4th holes from left) by pressing the button and inserting the wires using the small flat head screw driver. Tug gently on wire to assure it’s connected properly. Attach water meter wires to #3 and #4 (3rd and 4th holes from left) by pressing the button and inserting the wires using the small flat head screw driver. Tug gently on wire to assure it’s connected properly. Remove the rubber cap on the left. Remove the rubber cap on the left. Remove the rubber cap on the left. Remove the rubber cap on the left. Remove the rubber cap on the left. Insert the water meter wires through the hole in the rubber cap. Insert the water meter wires through the hole in the rubber cap. Insert the water meter wires through the hole in the rubber cap. Insert the water meter wires through the hole in the rubber cap. Run the wires back through the hole in the front of the cover. Reinsert the rubber cap. Run the wires back through the hole in the front of the cover. Reinsert the rubber cap. Run the wires back through the hole in the front of the cover. Reinsert the rubber cap. NOTE: There is no polarity, so it doesn’t matter which wire goes into the slots NOTE: There is no polarity, so it doesn’t matter which wire goes into the slots NOTE: There is no polarity, so it doesn’t matter which wire goes into the slots Part A: Attaching the opaque tubing to the discharge valve stem on the solenoid Part B: Attaching the injection valve tubing Part C: Connecting the Water Meter Tools needed: punch, small flat head, and a standard size flat head screwdriver Part C: Connecting the Water Meter Tools needed: punch, small flat head, and a standard size flat head screwdriver (Continue to back)

Plug the pump in, this will put you into set-up mode. Click the start button twice. Screen should show Operating Mode - Manual Mode. The pump will begin to prime. Arrow right to input number of pulses. For example, if you are using a 1 pulse per gallon water meter then enter 18 pulses, the pump will dispense 1 ounce per gallon (1:128). Arrow over two times to the right and select MF. Arrow right, should read 1xN(M) meaning 1 pulse from water meter program # times pulse, - (m) = memory, for every signal from water meter. Arrow down once and you will have the option to input the pulse number (pulses num:). Part E - Programming the Pump Priming Instructions for Livestock Only Part D: Priming the Pump NOTE: If you are using a 1 pulse per 10 gallons water meter, set the number of pulses to 183 to achieve one ounce per gallon (1:128) Screen changes reflecting what you programmed: 1xNM 18 will be in upper left corner. NOTE: Your pump will run upon receiving a pulse from the water meter. On the second signal the pump will dose slower, spacing out the pulses over time. Part E (continued) - Programming the Pump Arrow down. Click start. The pump is ready to receive signals from the water meter. Installation


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