Neptune Systems Advanced Leak Detection System

In this example We’ll look at the Advanced Leak detector. The ALD has four front ports to accept four Leak Detector Probes.



When you first connect your ALD you will have four new tiles on your Dashboard. They will be labeled as ‘Sw1 or Swx’ look for them at the bottom of your Classic Dashboard or left panel on Apex Fusion Dashboard.




These work similarly to the float switches, in that they OPEN and CLOSE depending on DRY or WET conditions.

OPEN = DRY
CLOSED = WET


The leak detectors can be programmed to work with anything! But we will program them in this example to work with just your alarms. Look for these tiles on your Apex Fusion dashboard.


EXAMPLE:

• EMAIL_ALARM
If Sw4_1 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_2 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_3 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_4 CLOSED Then ON


• SND_ALARM
If Sw4_1 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_2 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_3 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_4 CLOSED Then ON


• WRN_ALARM
If Sw4_1 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_2 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_3 CLOSED Then ON
If Sw4_4 CLOSED Then ON



In this example I have programmed my E Mail alarm outlet, Sound Alarm outlet, and Warning Alarm outlet. I’ve asked the outlets to turn on respectively based on if the ‘Sw4_1, Sw4_2, Sw4_3, Sw4_4′ tiles ever read ‘CLOSED’.


As I mentioned before, CLOSED means the leak detector has encountered some moisture and now has a CLOSED circuit.