Item# TR-13160

Proactive Environmental Products®

PRO 100 SOLAR CHARGER #1

 

Maximize Your Solar Power!

 

Set it and Forget it!

Weatherproof PRO 100 Solar Charger #1 Delivers Autonomous Pump Control with Proactive® Liquid Detection Sensor (LD), Multiple Settings Timer, and Tank Float Switch Technologies

SOLAR CHARGER

BREAKERS

PRO LD WITH BOOSTER

DRY

SENSOR PROBE

LIQUID DETECTION SENSOR PROBE

EXTERNAL FLOAT 

INTERNAL

FUSE #1

TIMER

The Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 is compatible with the

Proactive Environmental Products® pumps listed below:

12 Volt Poseidon® 100 Plastic Pump

12 Volt Frontier® 100 Plastic Pump

12 Volt Mini-Monsoon® XL 100 Stainless Steel Pump

 

If you plan to power the Proactive® brand pumps listed above with other means of energy, please contact us to discuss the full line of Proactive® Autonomous Pump Control System options for: Solar Direct, 110/220 AC to 12 volt DC output, 12 volt DC battery / 12 volt DC battery bank, or gas generator. For your convenience, videos referencing Selecting Power and Autonomous Setup are available on our website for the pumps listed above.

 

Applications of the PRO 100 Solar Charger #1: When using the Poseidon® 100 and SS Mini Monsoon® XL 100 series pump lines 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, Groundwater and Surface Water Monitoring

 

Applications of the PRO 100 Solar Charger #1: When using the SS Mini Monsoon® XL 100 series pump line 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, Groundwater and Surface Water Monitoring, Hydrocarbon Recovery [LNAPL/DNAPL]

 

Applications of the PRO 100 Solar Charger #1: When using the Frontier® 100 series pump line:

Stationed application for cabin use

 

 

 

 

 

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 transmits a signal to the Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 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 Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 to turn-on the pump. This pumping cycle occurs 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 transmits a signal to the Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 to shut-off the pump when it detects the full or desired set point (assigned during tank float switch deployment). The pump remains off until the tank reservoir drops to tank float switch set point, triggering the tank float switch to transmit a signal to the Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 to turn-on the pump again. This pumping cycle occurs automatically.

 

Option #3: Multiple Settings Timer Feature

The Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 timer provides up to 19 pumping cycles within a 24 hour period, delivering total autonomous pump run times and control over pump run time duration. This pumping cycle occurs automatically.

 

Option #4: Incorporate All Autonomous Features

Incorporating the Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 LD and Dry Run Detection Sensors, Tank Float Switch, and Multiple Interval Timer Settings provides the ultimate experience in autonomous pump control available!

 

Absolute Pump Control ~ you're going to love the way you work!

PRO 100 Solar Charger #1  

The Ultimate Pump Control With Liquid Detection Sensor Technology

Configure The PRO 100 Solar Charger #1 The Way You Want It!

  • Ideal for off-the-grid projects 

  • Ideal for remote sites

  • Designed for the Proactive® 100 series pump line

  • Incorporated into the most economical, intuitive, and simple to use solar powered autonomous pump control on the market

  • Improves time management! Literally set the Proactive® 80 amp Solar Charger and autonomous settings with pump and forget it

  • Saves money by eliminating archaic, bulky, and expensive equipment

  • Reduces carbon footprints

  • Use of the LD with Dry Run autonomous pump control sensors manages pump operation so you don’t have to

  • Reliable LD Sensor runs the pump only when liquid is present* 

  • Same pump flow rate recognition through autonomous pumping cycles  

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

  • Additional and customized LD and Dry Run Sensor wire length is available upon request at time of order

  • User-friendly, one time simple setup

  • Look like a PRO when your clients see how much money you save them by deploying Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 with Proactive® Autonomous Pump Control Technologies

  • Ideal pump management when transferring liquid to a tank

  • Prevents tank over-fill 

  • Provides control over the desired total volume of liquid that enters the tank 

  • Same pump flow rate recognition through autonomous pumping cycles

  • Provides peace of mind knowing that the tank float switch will mind the pumping operation so you don't have to

  • User-friendly, one time simple setup

  • Look like a PRO when your clients see how much money you save them by deploying Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 with Proactive® Autonomous Pump Control Technologies 

  • Provides ultimate pump management!

  • Using the timer settings feature controls the pump run times and duration of pump run time

  • Offers up to 19 reliable pumping cycles within a 24 hour period

  • Proven to be most effective for autonomous pump control when coupled with Proactive® LD Sensor technology

  • Same pump flow rate recognition through each autonomous pumping cycle

  • Controlled pumping cycles may extend pump life

  • User-friendly, one time simple setup

  • Look like a PRO when your clients see how much money you save them by deploying Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 with Proactive® Autonomous Pump Control Technologies 

  • Ideal for short and long term groundwater purge and pump tests 

  • Improves time efficiency

  • Plug and Play Booster - No setup required

  • Economical purging solution

  • Same pump flow rate recognition through each autonomous pumping cycle

  • Save money! Eliminate archaic, bulky & expensive equipment 

  • Proactive® Solar charger handles up to 80 amps input allowing for a large solar panel array

  • Intelligent Proactive® 80 Amp Solar Charger identifies and auto adjusts to 12 or 24 volt solar panels (this means you do not need a 24 to 12 volt step down unit!)

  • Easy-to-read LCD Display

  • User-friendly operation interface

  • State-of-the-art Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) incorporated, providing reliable, effective, and consistent charging

  • Intelligent battery reverse discharge protection

  • Intelligent battery reverse polarity protection 

  • Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD) battery protection 

  • Intelligent overload feature with short circuit protection

  • Intelligent automatic temperature compensation

  • Provides consistent amp and 12 volt DC output to the pump for consistent flow rate

  • User-friendly, one time simple setup 

  • Incorporated into weatherproof enclosure

  • Provides autonomous pump management

  • 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 transmits a signal to the Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 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 Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 to turn-on the pump

  • This pumping cycle occurs automatically

  • Same pump flow rate recognition through each autonomous pumping cycle

  • Purposefully sleek and narrow LD and Dry Run Sensor wires and probes designed to accommodate both the pump and sensors in 2” and larger diameters wells

  • LD Sensor probes also serve as wire weights

  • User-friendly, one time simple setup

  • Provides tank overfill protection

  • The tank float switch transmits a signal to the Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 to shut-off the pump when it detects the full or desired set point (assigned during tank float switch deployment) 

  • The pump remains off until the tank reservoir drops to tank float switch set point, triggering the tank float switch to transmit a signal to the Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 to turn-on the pump

  • This pumping cycle occurs automatically

  • Same pump flow rate recognition through each autonomous pumping cycle

  • Increased effectiveness when used in conjunction with LD and Dry Run Sensor technology

  • Can be deployed in tank or vault long distances from power supply with added wire

  • Tank float switch comes with 3 feet of wire. Additional wire is available (sold by the foot upon time of order)

  • User-friendly, one time simple setup

  • Sophisticated yet easy to program timer provides 19 reliable pumping cycle settings within a 24 hour period

  • Delivers control over the duration of pump run time per pumping cycle

  • The pumping cycles occurs automatically

  • Same pump flow rate recognition through each autonomous pumping cycle

  • Controlled pumping cycles may extend pump life

  • Using the multiple settings timer feature may reduce well stress 

  • Increased effectiveness when used in conjunction with LD and Dry Run Sensor technology

  • Easy to read LCD lit display

  • User-friendly, one time simple setup

  • The internal booster is required for use with Proactive® 100 series pump lines

  • Constant Voltage Boosting Technology (CVBT) is built into all Proactive® power boosters providing the correct voltage to reach the pump motor for consistent flow rate

  • Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD) is incorporated into all Proactive® power boosters. LVD protects the battery from going into critical level discharge

  • The booster recognizes the same pump flow rate through each autonomous pumping cycle  

Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 comes with:

  • Weatherproof enclosure providing long life and protection to the components

  • 80 amp Solar Charger

  • Built-in Proactive® Booster 

  • Built-in Multiple Settings Timer

  • Built-in 30 amp breakers

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

         ○ 150 feet of wire per sensor spooled onto reel for 100 Series Pump Line

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

  • Tamper-Proof lock for peace-of-mind

  • Mounting Brackets 

  • Warranty: Manufacturer 6 months parts and labor warranty

Specifications:

 

DC VOLT MAX:                                     12-24V

MAXIMUM AMP OUTPUT:                    25 AMPS

MAXIMUM AMP INPUT:                       80 AMPS

DEPTH MEASUREMENT:                        8"

WIDTH MEASUREMENT:                       17" 

HEIGHT MEASUREMENT:                       21"

WEIGHT:                                              19 POUNDS   

INTERNAL FUSE:                                   25 AMP

BREAKERS:                                           30 AMP 

ENCLOSURE RATED:                              WEATHERPROOF

Note: Product dimensions are inclusive of the Pro 100 Solar Charger #1 NOT inclusive of the sensors, reels, or tank float switch. 

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

PRO 100 Solar Charger #1

Requires one of the following pumps:

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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