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Old 11/20/2014, 05:58 AM   #2
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I think you would be able to do that with no problem, as long as your booster pump and ROCv™ draw less than 2.5A combined. There is a fuse on the auxiliary outlet that protects the STORM™ Control Module from a malfunctioning device that will open if the current draw is greater than 2.5A for longer than a few seconds or so.

Otherwise, you can install the ROCv™ on the output side of your RO unit after the booster pump's pressure switch, and when the STORM™ opens the ROCv™ the pressure in the RO unit will drop and should turn your booster pump on.


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