The 'E1' on the Rego1 will be displayed with a number on the right hand 7 segment displays. These codes can be debugged using the table below. 'E1' codes are presented when there is a problem with the floats (normally tangled, caught on pumps, etc.).
The Rego1 is controlled with three floats.
- HIGH - High Level Alarm (but can also run the pump)
- MID - Start/Stop
- LOW - This float ensures no dry pumping can occur
When wiring the floats, all three cores must be used. This way of connectivity allows the Rego1 to monitor not only UP and DOWN positions but also sense for OPEN and SHORT. The floats are evaluated every second to establish their current state.
The OPEN and SHORT positions are considered fault conditions (also known as ambiguous). When the floats are evaluated their state at that moment is communicated and an action decided. Some of these actions work the control panel as normal, some indicate error codes. Each float error code is shown below with the configuration.