Par Parameters Setup - Intelliflo VF pump
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Hello,

I have 2x Intelliflo VF pumps. They (the pumps) are supplied via a Coanda filter that is under vacuum.
To date I have only run in manual, as the pumps appear to be too sensitive to blockage, run-dry alarms. (and to anwser the next question, no, there is no problems with the running of the pumps - basket is full, no air etc etc.................)

I don't want to install a separate run-dry circuit breaker (they exist, which monitor the power/current/voltage consumption).

I have read the available patents about the Intelliflo whereby the power/current consumption is monitored to determine potential run-dry/blockage problems.

It seems everything is available on the control touch-pad on the pump!

If someone can give me the explanations of the Par codes.

I am running what looks to be firmware V1.06 VF-3050

1) Par 790 - current value 32772, range available 32762 - 32782
2) Par 792 - current value 300, range available 0-1000
3) Par 793 - current value 0, range available 0-1000
4) Par 802/803/804/805/806 - current value 0, range available 0-65535
5) Par 410, current value 12, range available 0-16000
6) Par 699, current value 0, range available (0-1) - I have seen an explantion for this - for limiting power range available
7) Par 704, current value 96, range available (96-111)

Before spending hours doing tests to figure out what each does, there surely must be something out there that explains the ranges and what each parameter does in order to optimise an installation.

If for legal reasons an explantion can not be posted to the board, please PM me. (I live in Switzerland so the pump rules here are not subject to USA litigation)

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hello, anyone out there with
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hello, anyone out there with a list of explanations of these internal parameters - VF pump???

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I see there are some Pentair
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I see there are some Pentair techs floating around in this forum, if there is no desire to share information about your product, let me know so I can move on and find another source or method for resolving what I want to do.

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John - did you ever find an
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John - did you ever find an answer to these questions? I have the same ones...

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John - did you ever find an
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John - did you ever find an answer to these questions? I have the same ones...

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No . Seems likely no one
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No . Seems likely no one wants to enter a potential legal mine field by giving an explanation. Silly really. Next time I will buy just a pump and source a VFD that I can program myself with ethernet output. On reflection the Intelliflo is over priced junk

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