Pump control panel basics
Pump control panels are used for machinery automation across all automation and motor control applications in water-based systems. Available in wide variety of designs and configurations, pump control panels use combination starters, circuit breakers or switches, vacuum contactors and electromechanical contactors to control water in irrigation systems, fire stations, septic systems, and more.
When installed outdoors, pump control panels can be protected with a NEMA 3R or 4X-rated enclosure, allowing you to install it near the well or water supply without worrying about potential water damage.
Which pump control panel is right for me?
There are a wide variety of pump control panels, including single-phase and three-phase pump control panels, simplex and duplex, all available in a wide variety of voltage and amp ratings. While all of these control panels control pumps in one way or another in water-based systems, each is designed to serve a specific purpose. For example, irrigation pump control panels are designed to be extremely rugged, and are also outfitted with a bottom-entry, allowing for easy installation when the power runs underground. However, pump control panel designs are virtually endless and can be entirely customizable.
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Getting the right pump control panel shouldn’t drain you. That’s why we carry a wide variety of pump control panels including sump pump control panels, irrigation control panels, and three-phase/single-phase pump control panels to make your purchase experience as simple as possible. No matter what your control panel uses and needs may be, you can count on Bay Power to deliver on reliability, quality and durability.
Sump pump control panels are used across all sectors, large-scale residential, commercial and industrial, to help control and automate sewage and septic systems. Sump pump control panels control all the sump pumps and sump basins in a given system to prevent damage, overflow, and potential water table issues in industrial applications.
Submersible pump control panels are used to automate, control, and protect circuits in a system that uses submersible pumps. These pumps are completely submerged in the water or liquid that needs to be pumped out. Both single-phase submersible pump control panels as well as three-phase pump control panels are used throughout a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial applications.
Simplex pump control panels run and control one pump at a time. They are available as both single-phase and three-phase control panels, in a variety of amp and voltage ratings, and are used in situations where the pump itself is non-automatic, thus requiring a control panel to operate it. They are most commonly used for septic and sewage applications, and any other application requiring a sump pump.
Duplex pump control panels can do everything a simplex pump control panel can, with the added bonus of controlling two pumps. They can either control these two pumps simultaneously or in intervals depending on the demand of the application. Because of this feature, this two-pump operation can help extend the life of your pumps and is also extremely beneficial in systems that require a backup pump.
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