WP 40 Controller...

Discussion in 'Pumps and Waterflow' started by Ruberto Frazao, 21 Nov 2013.

  1. Ruberto Frazao

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    Guys just some questions regarding the controller...

    Now the manual that is included in the box is not very helpful...

    I would like to know what each setting means and whats the tricks and tips on the controller....

    Added two to my tank and very happy...
     
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    There you go ...

    Explains much better than Chinese
    Jebo Modes
    Press the 'MODE' button to cycle through the selection of functions.

    H1 H2 H3: High, constant, non-variable flow (6500 LPH / 4800L / 3200L)
    L: Low, constant, non-variable flow at a third of the speed (3000L)
    W1: Short pulses which, when timed correctly will create a back and forth motion and form a gentle standing wave in your tank. Adjust the controller to change the speed of the pulses and vary the size of the wave according to your tank.
    S1 to S3 Mode: Based on the W1 Wavebox function provides 100% 75% and 50% Wave
    W2 & W3: Pump gradually speeds up and slows down incrementally to create a varied flow pattern. Adjustable to form the wave best suited to your tank.
    Else: Reef Stream Mode, a mixed, changing pattern that creates a random flow cycle similar to what you would find in a natural reef.
    Feed: Press the 'FEED' button once, the blue '10min' light will illuminate indicating that the pump has been stopped for 10 minutes. When the time has elapsed, the light will go off and the pump will be turned back on. Alternatively, press the 'FEED' button again to start the pump.
    Lock: To prevent changes from inadvertently occurring by accidentally knocking the adjustable control knob, press and hold the 'FEED' button for 5 seconds. The red 'LOCK' light will illuminate and the control knob will no longer function. Press and hold the 'LOCK' light for a further 5 seconds to disable this feature.
    *Night: When the two-pinned sensor is inserted into the two small plugs on the left-hand side of the control box, Night mode will function automatically. The
     
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    Thanx every1 the infi helps allot...
     
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    Pleasure..no need for Chinese classes anymore:thumbup:
     
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