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Fire Pump Controllers

Fire Pump Controllers - Fire Hose Reel

FPC-71000 Range

MATelec Australia’s Fire Hose Reel Pump Controller is designed to provide control and status indication for a fire hose reel pump, compliant with the current Australian Standards (AS 2941-2013: Section 6). Housed in a red powder coated metal enclosure, the Controller features pump overload protection, auto/manual pump control and status indicator lights.

  • Enclosures:
    • IP54 rated, powder coated mild steel enclosure with removable gland plate
  • Protection:
    • Mains power isolator switch (pad-lockable in on position)
    • Circuit breaker protected low voltage control and input circuitry
    • Contactor and thermal overload protection of pump
    • Din rail mounted terminal connections
  • Control & interface:
    • Auto/manual selector switch with spring return to auto
    • Indicator lights for power on, pump run and overload fault
  • Inputs:
    • Single phase (230Vac) or three phase (400Vac) power supply
    • Digital 24Vdc input for pressure switch
  • Outputs:
    • Pump supply output

Function Features 

  •  Provides status indication and control for a fire hose reel pump, compliant with the current Australian Standards (AS 2941-2013: Section 6)
  • Automatic control via pressure switch input
  • Manual operation of pump while switch is held in manual position

Fault Protection

  • Pump overload protection shuts down pump on overload

Fire Pump Controllers - Fire Hose Reel Range 

Code Phase / Voltage Overload Rating Options Enclosure Size
FPC-71011 1 Phase / 230Vac -AA to -E 300x200x150mm
FPC-71013 3 Phase / 400Vac -AA to -E 300x200x150mm

Overload Rating Guide

Code Suffix Amp Rating
-AA 1.6 - 2.5 Amp
-A 2.5 - 4 Amp
-B 4 - 6 Amp
-BB 5.5 - 8 Amp
-C 7 - 10 Amp
-D 9 - 13 Amp
-E 12 - 18 Amp

Additional overload ratings available on request

 

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