UNDERLOAD OR LACK OF FLUID
Coyote shuts off the pump within one second of running
dry, and automatically restarts the pump at any time you dial on the
timer from one minute to twelve hours.
minute - 12 hours
Coyote's microprocessor circuit memorizes the normal
running current of your pump's motor. If Coyote shuts down the pump
due to excessive current, it will restart it sixty seconds later. If
the motor draws normal current Coyote will allow it to run. If,
however, after two consecutive attempts one minute apart the motor
continues to draw excessive current, Coyote locks out the pump so as
not to burn out a motor winding and the overload light changes from
on steady to blinking.
150% of normal
second 60 seconds
Plus or minus 2%
voltage high voltage
When energizing Coyote by turning on power at circuit
breaker or fused disconnect there is a delay of 4 to 10 seconds
before Coyote turns on the pump. This "random start"
feature is designed to prevent many pumps served by a single power
source from all restarting at the same instant when power is restored
after a power outage.
If you wish to ring a bell, light a light, or activate
some other alarm, Coyote's normally open dry alarm contact closes on
any fault condition.
- 1 HP
- 2 HP
-20° to 70° C temperature
0% to 95% humidity noncondensing
11 1/2"H x 6"W x 4"D
(including mounting tab at top)