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Pump Controller V16 WFP Link Long Range Remote Control 15 amp 12v

Quick Overview

  • This remote controlled pump controller manages the water flow for best pump performance and long battery life
  • The V16 WFP Link controller includes a remote control fob that allows you to work out of site of controller
  • Easily configurable to suit you needs the controller and fob manage a pump up to 2 gpm and max current of 15 amps 12v
  • Precision pump control ensures optimal flow rates, extending the lifespan of both the battery and the pump.

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Item #: 150-5452  UPC : 00669893022249  MPN : WFPL



 Available Early July
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Pump Controller with V16 15 amp Long Range Remote Control

The Pump Controller with V16 15 amp Long Range Remote Control WFP Link combines the functionality of the V16 Basic controller with advanced long-range radio remote capabilities, extending control capabilities up to 700 feet. Designed for use with 3 to 7 gallon per minute 12v pumps drawing up to 30 amps of current, this system offers comprehensive control over your pumping operations, even when working out of sight of the truck or trolley.

With all the features and controls of the V16 Basic model, the Pump Controller with Long Range Remote Control allows users to remotely manage their system via long-range radio, eliminating the need to return to the vehicle. Whether using the remote fob or the smartphone app, users can easily adjust flow settings from the other side of a building, enhancing convenience and efficiency.

Configure the fob buttons to suit your system requirements, providing personalized control over pump operations. Pump Controllers not only extend pump and battery life but also offer precise control over pump flow, ensuring optimal performance and longevity.

The addition of remote control functionality allows for on-off and flow control away from the pump, enhancing flexibility and usability. Users can set the desired flow on the controller and adjust settings remotely with ease.

Featuring a rugged remote control fob designed for years of service, as well as smartphone app integration, this system offers versatile control options to suit various preferences and working environments. Ready for demanding daily use, it extends the life of resin cartridges and ensures accurate and dependable water flow control.

Advanced micro dead-end detection and retesting capabilities further enhance operational efficiency and reliability. The system comes complete with a full wiring kit, fuses and fuse holders, and comprehensive instructions for easy installation and setup.

Features :

  • Long range radio remote control
  • Rugged remote control fob offere years of service
  • SmartPhone APP integration
  • Control your system from phone, fob or controller
  • Ready for demanding daily use
  • Extend the life of your resin resin cartridges
  • Control your water flow accurately, dependably
  • Advanced micro Dead End detection and retesting
  • Supplied with full wiring kit, fuses and fuse holders, and full instructions.

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