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The 880-20 ECM Head Pressure Control

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880-20 ECM Head Pressure Control

This electronic head pressure control modulates condenser fan motor speed thereby varying the air volume through the condenser. The control monitors the head pressure by sensing the sub-cooled liquid line temperature.

There are two temperature inputs and three outputs (PWM, 0-10 VDC and 10-0 VDC) to control the ECM or VFD variable speed fan motor.

Two temperature parameters can be set to optimize the range of fan speeds so that as the ambient temperature changes, the fan speed is varied in order to maintain the correct head pressure.

This improves system performance while saving energy and eliminating compressor slugging. The non-invasive temperature sensors require no system penetration.

If you need to control multiple motors, or have more or other input sensors, or have Modbus communication, we've got a product for that also.
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  • Protects single phase and 3 phase motors from current draw problems
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  • Current trip timing is based on energy into system after trip set point is reached
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  • 32 character LCD display
  • Selectable number of trips with automatic reset
  • Alarm signal
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