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Jyetman
07/29/2017, 11:15 AM
I need to turn a air pump on when my chiller turns on to help circulate water. The air pump puts too many micro bubbles in my DT so I like to pulsate the flow to try and reduce them. Pulsating the air pump should also help extend more UPS runtime. When I use the If chiller on then on it overrides the OSC command and stays permanently on any suggestions?

vhuang168
07/29/2017, 11:21 AM
Post your programming


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Jyetman
07/29/2017, 11:24 AM
Post your programming


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(Air Pump)
Fallback OFF
Set OFF
If pH > 8.48 Then ON
If Output BkupChiller = ON Then ON
If Power EB8_3 Off 000 Then ON
Defer 001:00 Then OFF

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If I put the OSC command in it does nothing no Oscillating.

vhuang168
07/29/2017, 12:56 PM
Setup a profile for the osc.

Then do

If Output BkupChiller = ON then Profilename


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Jyetman
07/29/2017, 01:07 PM
Setup a profile for the osc.

Then do

If Output BkupChiller = ON then Profilename


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In dashboard or even Fusion the profile listings give no advance setting only preprogrammed templates. So how can I program my own profile?

vhuang168
07/29/2017, 01:14 PM
Use pump. It has the osc listed.


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Jyetman
07/29/2017, 01:14 PM
Setup a profile for the osc.

Then do

If Output BkupChiller = ON then Profilename


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Ok so I just selected a pump profile and named it airpump. Then updated outlet program as to your instructions. Will see what happens thanks.

Jyetman
07/29/2017, 01:47 PM
The profile I created doesn't work the air pump is off. On the outlet (airpump) the auto shows the profile name but air pump remains off.

vhuang168
07/29/2017, 02:06 PM
Can you screenshot the profile page?


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Jyetman
07/29/2017, 05:36 PM
Never mind I found a way using two virtual outlets one with the OSC command.

vhuang168
07/29/2017, 06:32 PM
That works too.


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