FIRE PUMP CONTROLLER AUXILIARY TEMPERATURE

FIRE PUMP CONTROLLER AUXILIARY TEMPERATURE

Use [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] to select the [AUX. °C] from the Main Menu (section 4.0). Push [→] to activate the menu.

 

Fuel Parameters

Notes

Fuel Parameters

Notes

 

Section 20.0.1

 

HIGH  AUX.  SHUT.

                              OFF

HIGH  AUX.  WARN.

                              OFF

 

LOW  AUX.  WAR.

                              OFF

 

 

(0- 250 Degree Celsius)

 

 

The Be126 triggers a HIGH AUXILIARY TEMPERATURE ALARM (or a SHUTDOWN) when the auxiliary temperature rises above the setting.

 

The Be126 triggers a LOW AUXILIARY TEMPERATURE ALARM when the coolant temperature drops below the setting. The alarms are always active except in OFF mode of operation.

 

 

NOTE: in NFPA/EN modes the Be126 wil not shutdown the engine.

 

 

 

 

Section 18.0.2

 

POINT 1 DEGREE

                          128°C

POINT 1 OHM

                       19 OHM

POINT 2 DEGREE

                         115°C

POINT 2 OHM

                       26 OHM

POINT 3 DEGREE

                         90°C

POINT 3 OHM

                       46 OHM

 

 

 

 

Auxiliary temperature response curve

 

 

You can edit 6 points for coolant temperature (0-250 °C) and 6 points for the resistance of the sensor (0-1000 OHM). Factory programming complies with VDO sensor. The auxiliary temperature sensor must be connected to the JM-2 input. To display the auxiliary temperature you are required to program at least one alarm for auxiliary temperature (see above).

 

Section 18.0.3

 

POINT 4 DEGREE

                        80°C

POINT 4 OHM

                       67 OHM

POINT 5 DEGREE

                         70°C

POINT 5 OHM

                       95 OHM

POINT 6 DEGREE

                         40°C

POINT 6 OHM

                     287 OHM

 

Auxiliary temperature response curve.

 

 

If you set all Auxiliary temperature alarms to OFF, the Be126 will disable the Auxiliary temperature measurement on display.