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25 - LC level controllers

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Question 3 of 6 Intermediate

Up to how many amps does the LC 231 offer the direct online start method?

Question 4 of 6 Intermediate

Which mode is the LC level controller designed to run in?

Question 5 of 6 Intermediate

Were previous LC level controllers able to offer communication features?

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

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?

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Q: What does PTC stand for?
A: Positive Temperature Coefficient
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A: By selecting the pump’s expected cool down time in Grundfos GO
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Q: Up to how many amps does the LC 231 offer the direct online start method?
A: Up to 12 amps
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Q: Which mode is the LC level controller designed to run in?
A: Both
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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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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