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Unexpected, undetected distributing valve malfunctions can cause significant risk and costly problems for system designers, operators and owners.
System overloading, environmental contamination, permit violation, and the associated costly repairs can all be caused by valve problems. Preventing such emergency situations has traditionally required frequent site visits and inspections, however this increases operation and maintenance costs.
Introducing the first electronic monitor and early-warning alert system for all major third party 6000 series mechanical distributing valves by K-Rain®, Clarus/Zoeller®, Orenco® and others.
The IVM6000-LPTM Intelligent Valve MonitorTM ensures reliable designs and peace of mind, by confirming even distribution to all zones, as well as providing early detection and immediate alert of valve malfunctions.
Simply replace the valve’s original rubber disk and stem assembly (RDSA) with the sensor enabled IVM-RDSA supplied with the IVM6000-LP.
You can see how easy it is to replace the RDSA in this 1 minute instructional video.
Slide the monitor down over the valve as shown below, or refer to our 1 minute video.
Supply low voltage line power (any from 7.5V to 30V AC or DC may be used). We suggest using a standard 24 V AC transformer because they are inexpensive and commonly available.
Connect the dry contact alarm output to any standard third party pump control panel, or our IVM Alarm Box, and the IVM6000-LP is ready to provide immediate notification of any valve malfunctions.
The internal microprocessor logs data, analyzing valve activity for over ten different error conditions.
The monitor provides 100% detection of uneven distribution caused by:
• Debris inside valve
• Broken stem spring
• Inadequate flow to seat disk
• Faulty installation
• Flow interruptions, air pockets
• Pump/control panel problems
• Wrong cam or broken cam
• Siphoning through valve
• Back pressure on valve
• Freezing of valve or piping
The distributing valve + IVM6000-LP Intelligent Valve Monitor combination offers superior reliability and control system simplicity compared to using solenoid valves for zoning effluent distribution systems. It is also much less costly than using larger pumps, or multiple pumps which increases control panel complexity.
|Dimensions||10 x 10 x 10 in|
All 6000 series. 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 outlets.
Any from 7.5V ~ 30V AC or DC.
<50mA @ 24V AC, <1.2Watts max
Relay contact ratings 1A/30V DC max, 0.5A/125V AC max.
Records all events with 255+ repeat counts on each entry.
9.5” x 8.5” x 7.5” (high) (240mm x 216mm x 191mm)
10” x 10” x 10” box
24 AWG 4/8 Conductor, Direct bury, 10 ft (3.0m) standard
approx. 2 lbs 15 oz (1325g)
|Material of Construction||
Case ABS, Lens: Polycarbonate
-20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)
-40°C to 80°C (-40°F to 176°F)
|Other user adjustable parameters||
Allowable outlet percent variation, Valve model/cam, Alarm error sensitivity (Low, Medium, High), Minimum, maximum (pump dose) on time, Minimum, maximum alarm temperatures, Date and time, Lifetime and resettable counters/timers, LCD backlight
Slides down over top of valve. Replace original rubber disk and stem assembly (RDSA) with sensor-enabled IVM-RDSA supplied with monitor.
(1) IVM-6000-LP with 10ft (3m) of cable, (1) IVM-RDSA, Quick Start Guide
Step 1: Swap out the Rubber Stem and Disk Assembly
Step 2: Installing IVM6000 Monitor on indexing Valve
Demo of IVM6000 in action
IVM6000 being powered up