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Published on Jul 12, 2012
Just a short video of the microprocessor controller - under bonnet version. The new microprocessor makes installing the electronics for the separator cell so easy. Just 10-15 minutes and it is all done. This video shows the electronics only, the cell and tanks will be mounted as soon as I can get around to it. This model is for under the bonnet. The dash model has the LEDs on the front panel and also has a sound system so that you can get warnings if the cell is off due to low water or some other reason such as overheating (usually due to low water) The timing cycle actually goes for 30 seconds, but as I had already switched the system on the cycle seemed short by the time I had removed the lid on the box. At the end of the 30 second timing cycle, the green LED switches on and so does the solidstate relay that provides the power to the cell. Eight programs within the microprocessor control the on and off periods per second of the power supplied to the cell. The control box has a thermal sensor that is attached to the cell to let the microprocessor know what the temperature is of the cell at any time. One of the eight temperature programs will be active depending on the feedback from the cell. If for any reason the cell reaches a temperature that is considered too high, the system will shut down automatically until a working temperature has been reached. The cycle will then continue until the engine has been switched off.