Verify the installation was done correctly and completely before running through Troubleshooting steps.
Sensor Cable Installation
- Do not coil sensor cable. This could lead to signal interference issues.
- CAUTION: Sensor cable near high voltage wires or conduit will produce false signals.
- Sensor cable should be in a separate grounded conduit away from high voltage wires or VFDs.
- Maintain at least 3” spacing between the sensor cable and high voltage lines.
- Do NOT run the sensor cable in the same conduit with high voltage lines.
- When crossing high voltage lines, cross them perpendicularly.
- Do NOT coil excess sensor cable. Doing so could generate ambient electronic noise like an antenna.
- Leave enough slack in the sensor cable so the sensor can be removed from the tank. Leave about 2 times the length of the longest rod. For example, if the longest rod is 17”, then leave about 34” of cable slack.
- Install sensor cable in the low voltage section (left side) of the control panel.
- Connect the sensor cable shield wire to the Black sensor wire.
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