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LC level controllers

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Question 1 of 6 Intermediate

1 Is motor protection added in the LC level controller unit?

Question 2 of 6 Intermediate

2 The LC level controller offers a clever alarm and warning log, saving detailed information on when alerts happened, how long they lasted, and so on. But how many alerts can the log hold?

Question 3 of 6 Intermediate

3 Were previous LC level controllers able to offer communication features?

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

6 Do the LC level controllers support both the traditional float switch operation and analogue level transmitters?

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

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01.
Q: Is motor protection added in the LC level controller unit?
A: Yes, it is
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02.
Q: The LC level controller offers a clever alarm and warning log, saving detailed information on when alerts happened, how long they lasted, and so on. But how many alerts can the log hold?
A: It contains information on the last 20
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03.
Q: Were previous LC level controllers able to offer communication features?
A: No, this range is the first one to do so
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04.
Q: What is the essence of the anti-seizing feature?
A: The pump runs according to a defined interval – even in off-peak seasons
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05.
Q: How can you define whether a potential issue lies with the temperature sensor or the moisture sensor?
A: By selecting the pump’s expected cool down time in Grundfos GO
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06.
Q: Do the LC level controllers support both the traditional float switch operation and analogue level transmitters?
A: Yes, it supports both