NFPA 20 FIRE PUMP CONTROLLER
NFPA20 Fire Pump Controller Description
The Be126 NFPA20 fire pump controller is designed to control and monitor 12 or 24 volt, diesel fire pump engine used in NFPA 20 or UNI-EN 12845 compliant firefighting application. It features state-of-art multiprocessor structure providing embedded water pressure data logger capable of storing up to 31 days of data. Be126 interfaces with standard or SAE J1939 compatible diesel engines. This NFPA 20 fire pump controller monitors, displays and records engine information as well. The NFPA 20 fire pump controller automatically starts the diesel engine from water pressure control or non-automatically from manual electric control. It initiates a weekly program test of the system and records analog water pressure measurements. The NFPA 20 fire pump controller features RS232 and RS485 serial interfaces. You can connect the Be126 to the Internet via TCP-IP server. The Be126 displays voltage and current of the batteries when you connect MOD-BUS battery chargers. The Be126 monitors the Mains. You can use the Be126 controller in standard diesel engine pump water station by enabling the ‘Engine Protection Mode’.
NFPA20 Fire Pump Controller Main functions
This section provides an overview about all functions included in the NFPA 20 fire pump controller. The functions are included in sub-menus. The user manual explains all details. To display the ‘Main Menu’ push the [MENU] button. Push [ ↓ ] to browse the list. The selected sub-menu (or function) is evidenced by the display. General navigation instructions:
-Push the [ ↓ ] or the [ ↑ ] button to move up and down through the sub-menus.
-Push the [→] button to enter the sub-menu (or function).
-Push the [←] button to exit the sub-menu (or function).
-Repeatedly push the [ ↑ ] button to proceed to the top of the ‘Main Menu.
In OFF mode of operation you can read & adjust the content of the sub-menus (see section 33.0 in the user manual). In MANUAL or AUTO mode of operation you are allowed only to read the contents of the sub-menus (see section 34.0 of the user manual).
... configure the real time clock (set date & time)
... read information about active alarms
... display the recorded events
... schedule the test of the engine
... configure the data communication parameters
... insert a User password
... insert a OEM password
... choose the suitable ECU that matches your engine
... program & modify the engine parameters
... program & modify the engine rotational speed parameters
... schedule the maintenance of the engine
... set up the fuel tank level monitoring
... program the oil pressure monitoring parameters
... program the engine temperature parameters
... set up the water pressure parameters & transmitter
... program the auxiliary temperature parameters
... configure the maim automation parameter of the system
... set up alarms about MAINS monitoring
...restore the factory settings
...cancel the entire memory
...clear the Log Event History
... reset the counter of the number of starts
... set up language preferences and display contrast
... test the push buttons
... test the digital inputs
... test the digital outputs
... test the analogue inputs
... test the PICKUP(W) input
...display the pressure measurements of the last 31 days