INSTRUCTIONS FOR BG-101 SECONDARY PAN SENSOR
for metal & plastic pans
WARNING: Work safe, READ THIS!
FAILURE TO READ AND COMPLY WITH ALL WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, INSTRUCTIONS PRIOR TO STARTING INSTALLATION MAY CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE AND VOID WARRANTY.
This device must be installed in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. This installation must be in accordance with all applicable local plumbing, drainage, and electrical codes.
Remove electric shock hazard — DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE INSTALLING SWITCH to avoid electrical shock and/or equipment damage. Do not use on circuits exceeding 24 volts to avoid damage to switch, shock, or fire hazard. Switch must be connected to an isolated transformer with a max rating of 30VAC, 8A, and 100VA
In any installation where property damage might result from inoperative switch due to power outage, a back-up system(s) and or alarm should be installed.
The switch must only be installed by a licensed contractor or under the direct supervision of same. Condensation pan must be properly maintained after installation and be kept free from foreign objects, rust, or other obstructions that might interfere with the proper operation of the float switch.
INSTALL FLOAT SWITCH ON DRAIN PAN
(To ensure proper performance of product, instructions must be followed.)
- Disconnect power to unit at main panel.
- Disconnect power to the low voltage thermostat circuit.
- Slide the float switch onto the side of the pan.
- Lightly secure the float switch by tightening the thumb screws (fig.1) Do not over tighten.
- Push down on the unit to adjust the depth to the bottom of the pan. (Fig. 2) Fits pans up to 3” deep.
- Finish tightening Thumb Screw.
TEST THE FLOAT SWITCH
A. Check that float is in the lower position. If its not, lower the float using your finger, as shown on (fig.4)
B. At start up, check initial average load
C. With unit on, test switch by raising float as shown. Unit should stop running if switch is correctly wired.
D.To test switch responsiveness fill pan with water to ensure that the switch stops the unit before the pan over flows. Remove the water.