Item# TR-14100

    PROACTIVE ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS®

   ABYSS LD WITH BOOSTER

Free up your time! Free up your mind!

Proactive® Liquid Detection (LD) Sensor Autonomous Pump Control Technology!

 

Set it and Forget it!

Weatherproof Abyss LD with Booster doubles the Abyss® Series Pump Line purge rate and offers autonomous pump operation with Liquid Detection Sensor (LD) and Tank Float Switch Technologies! Powered by a  12 volt dc battery or 12 volt dc battery bank

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Abyss LD with Booster is designed exclusively for

Proactive Environmental Products® Abyss® Series Pump Line:

 

Abyss® and Abyss® Slimline Pumps

 

If you plan to power the Proactive® Abyss® or Abyss® Slimline pumps with other means of energy and/or desire a timer please contact us to discuss the full line of Proactive® Autonomous Pump Control System options for solar, AC/DC transformers, or gas generator.

 

Applications of the Abyss LD with Booster: When using the Abyss® or Abyss® Slimline pumps include, but not limited to:

24/7 stationed applications in groundwater, surface water, vaults or the like for: Pump Tests, Long or Short Term Purge, Remediation, Liquid Transfer, Remote Groundwater and Surface Water Monitoring, and Hydrocarbon Recovery [LNAPL/DNAPL]

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abyss LD with Booster provides double the purge rate and offers flexible product features. If you appreciate options, you will be pleased to know you can select from any one, or all of the Abyss LD with Booster features!

 

Option #1: LD Sensor Detection and Dry Run Detection Feature

The LD sensor detects (conductive) liquid*. The pump will run as long as the LD sensor is suspended in liquid. When liquid draws down below the LD sensor, the dry run sensor takes over transmitting a signal to the Abyss LD with Booster to shut-off the pump. As liquid level rises again covering the LD sensor, the LD sensor takes over and transmits a signal to the Abyss LD with Booster to turn-on the pump. This cycle continues automatically.

 

Option #2: Tank Float Switch Feature

This feature prevents tank over-fill and provides control over the desired total volume of liquid that enters the tank. The tank float switch detects the full-set point (assigned during tank float switch deployment) and transmits a signal to the Abyss LD with Booster to shut-off the pump. The pump remains off until the tank reservoir drops triggering the tank float switch to transmit a signal to the Abyss LD with Booster to turn-on the pump again. This cycle continues automatically.

 

Option #3: Incorporate Both Autonomous Features

The LD and Dry Run Detection Sensors and Tank Float Switch

 

 

 

 

 

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 Abyss LD With Booster  

The Ultimate Pump Control With Liquid Detection Sensor Technology

Configure The Abyss LD With Booster The Way You Want It!

Benefits:   

  • The most economical and simple solution to autonomous pump control

  • Provides Peace of Mind by managing the pump so you don't have to

  • Improves time management! Literally set the Abyss LD with Booster with the pump and forget it

  • Save money! Eliminate archaic, bulky & expensive equipment

  • User-friendly install takes roughly 15 minutes to setup

  • Look like a PRO when your clients see how much money you save them by deploying Proactive® autonomous pump control technology 

Features: 

  • One time setup

  • Same pump settings upon restart every on/off cycle or from power outage

  • Flexibility to choose the options that will get the job done accurately, faster, and under budget

  • Ideal for off-the-grid projects

  • Ideal for remote sites without AC power

  • Lightweight and easy to mount

  • Runs directly from a 12 volt dc battery or 12 volt dc battery bank

  • Designed for the outdoors incorporating a weatherproof enclosure

  • Warranty: Manufacturer 6 months parts and labor warranty

Abyss LD with Booster comes with:

  • Weatherproof enclosure provides long life and protection to the components

  • Built-in Booster doubles the Abyss® Series Pump Line flow rate

  • Liquid Detection Sensor and Dry Run Sensor probes come with:

          ○ 300 feet of wire per sensor spooled onto reel

  • Tank Float Switch comes with 3 feet of wire (additional wire can be purchased upon request)

  • Two wire connector nuts  

DRY RUN SENSOR

PUMP CONNECTION WIRES

INTERNAL FUSE

SENSOR CONNECTORS

ABYSS LD WITH BOOSTER  

LIQUID DETECTION SENSOR

TANK FLOAT SWITCH

Specifications:

 

DC VOLT MAX:                                            12-15V

MAX AMP OUTPUT:                                     25 AMPS

DEPTH MEASUREMENT:                               3 1/4"

WIDTH MEASUREMENT:                               4 3/4"

HEIGHT MEASUREMENT:                              4 3/4"

WEIGHT:                                                      2 POUNDS

INTERNAL FUSE:                                          25 AMP

LD SENSOR:                                                 REQUIRES CONDUCTIVE LIQUID

ENCLOSURE RATED:                                     WEATHERPROOF

 

Note: Product dimensions are inclusive of the Abyss LD With Booster NOT inclusive of the sensors, reels, or tank float switch. 

 

* Liquid must contain minerals in order to use the LD sensor 

Abyss LD with Booster 

Requires one of the following pumps:

12 Volt Abyss Plastic Pump

12 Volt Abyss®

 (Lifts 220 Feet / 67 Meters DTW)

(For 4" schedule 40 well or larger)

Our Location: 1767 Lakewood Ranch Blvd, Suite #113 Bradenton Florida 34211

Phone: 1.941.243.3930

Call Us Toll Free At:  (1.877.99.HYDRO) 

Note: Prices on our website are in USD

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