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The contents of this document are proprietary and confidential.

They are the


ENGINEERING REFERENCE property of Ariel Corporation and may not be disclosed, reproduced, or used for
manufacture in part or in whole without written permission from Ariel Corporation.

Proflo Jr. No-Flow Switch


CAUTION: Any arc welding on the skid and/or associated equipment and piping can per-
manently damage solid-state electronic equipment. Welding can cause immediate failure
or reduce electronic equipment life and void the warranty.
To protect electronic equipment prior to any arc welding (including repair welding), dis-
connect all electrical connections including ground, and remove batteries, or completely
remove the electronic equipment from the compressor.
It is good practice to attach the welding ground clamp as close as possible to the area
where the welding will occur and to use the lowest practical welder output setting. Weld-
ing must not cause a current flow across any compressor bearing surface, including but
not limited to crankshaft and crosshead bearing surfaces.

Proflo Jr. Installation


CAUTION: Explosion hazard - no user serviceable parts. Do not disconnect wiring while
circuit is live. Complete all field wiring in accordance with local codes pertaining to
potentially explosive atmospheres. Do not open battery compartment in areas known to
contain explosive gases.

1. Loosen the two Allen head set


screws on top of Proflo Jr. case 1 2 3 4 5 6
and remove magnet housing.
Do not remove magnet, spring,
and spacer from magnet hous- 7
ing.
8
2. Remove piston end plug from 12S
desired divider valve. The Pro- 9
flo Jr. installs on either side of
any divider valve, but requires 12T 10

the correct magnet housing for 13 12 11


each divider valve manufacturer
(Trabon, Dropsa, etc.). 14
NOTE: Do not install the Pro- 1. Magnet Housing 5. LED 10. Battery Plug
flo Jr. on any divider valves 2. O-Ring 6. Red Wire Leads (2) 11. Grounding Lug
with cycle indicator pins. 3. Allen Head Set 7. Orange Wire Leads (2) 12. Battery
Screw (2) 8. Yellow Wire Leads (2) 13. Divider Valve
3. Verify O-ring is in place on mag-
4. Proflo Jr. Case 9. Green Wire Lead (1) 14. End Plug
net housing. Thread magnet
housing into end of divider
FIGURE 1-1 Proflo Jr. Installation
valve. Torque magnet housing
to 15 foot-pounds max.

REV DESCRIPTION REV EC DATE REV EC DATE


Page 3, beginning 1 Green Wire, 1st sentence:
1. Add Always ahead of Securely.
2 2. Replace Securely with Secure and add green after 2 018340 8-10-12
it. 1 018276 6-11-12
3. Delete the green, an, and on the compressor skid
or. 0 017848 12-6-11

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ENGINEERING REFERENCE property of Ariel Corporation and may not be disclosed, reproduced, or used for
manufacture in part or in whole without written permission from Ariel Corporation.

4. Slide Proflo Jr. all the way onto magnet housing. Torque Allen head set screws to 15 inch-pounds
max. DO NOT over tighten set screws.
5. The LED on the Proflo Jr. indicates one complete cycle of the divider valve system. Verify correct
operation by pumping oil through the divider valve assembly. The force feed lubricator data plate
on the lubricator box indicates either normal and break-in cycle times at maximum rated speed,
or normal cycle time for applied speed. Use break-in cycle times only for the first 200 hours of
operation before changing to the normal cycle time. If unable to determine cycle time, contact the
Ariel Response Center.
6. For Lincoln divider valves it may be necessary to adjust the Proflo Jr. by sliding it back about 1/8
on the magnet housing until the LED flashes. All conduit and connections should be appropriate
for area classification. Use flexible conduit to ease installation. Support conduit and fittings to
minimize vibration.
7. After Proflo Jr. installation or performance of any maintenance on the lube system, compressor
cylinders, or packing, pre-lube the complete system with a purge gun to purge air from the
divider valves and all components BEFORE COMPRESSOR START-UP.

Proflo Jr. Battery Replacement


1. Proflo Jr. 4. Heat Shrink Sleeves
2. Proflo Jr. Battery Wires 5. Replacement Battery
1 3. Replacement Battery 6. Pipe Plug
Wires

2 3 4 5 6

FIGURE 1-2 Proflo Jr. Battery Replacement

If battery voltage drops below normal operating levels, the Proflo Jr. shuts down and the compressor
cannot be re-started until the battery is replaced. The Battery Replacement Kit contains one battery
assembly with heat shrink.

CAUTION: Do not open the Proflo Jr. in an explosive gas atmosphere.

1. Remove the large silver pipe plug. A large flat bit is required to break the pipe plug free.
2. Plug removal exposes the old battery. Grab the heatshrink on the battery with needle nose pliers
and pull the battery out of the housing. Untwist the red and black Proflo Jr. wires.
3. Cut the Proflo Jr. wires free from the old battery as close to the battery as possible.
4. Remove about 3/8 in. of insulation from the ends of the Proflo Jr. wires.
5. Remove about 3/8 in. of insulation from the ends of the replacement battery wires.
6. Slide heat shrink sleeves over the replacement battery wires.
7. Solder the bare ends of the replacement battery wires to the bare ends of the Proflo Jr. wires.
Match red to red and black to black.
8. Slide heat shrink sleeves over the soldered wire ends and shrink using a heat gun.
9. Twist battery wires 4 5 turns and slide the battery into the Proflo Jr. compartment.
10. Thread the pipe plug back into the Proflo Jr. until the plug top is flush with the case.

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manufacture in part or in whole without written permission from Ariel Corporation.

Proflo Jr. Wire Identification & Electronic Indication Instructions


2 Red Wires: Normaly Open (N/O). Connect one to the control panel for no-flow shutdown and the
other to ground. Electrical rating: 300 VDC/120 VAC @ 500 mA max.
2 Orange Wires: Normally Closed (N/C). Connect both to the control panel for closed loop
operation. Electrical rating: 300 VDC/120 VAC @ 500 mA max.
2 Yellow Wires: Switch Closure Output. Use these wires to send a switch closure output with each
divider valve cycle to a PLC, Scada system, digital counter, or digital control panel. Electrical rating:
200 VDC @ 500 mA max.
1 Green Wire: Ground. Always secure green ground wire to "earth ground" in the control panel. Do
not ground to the electrical conduit. Improper grounding can result in unreliable monitor operation.

CAUTION: N/O and N/C outputs are not isolated; use N/O or N/C alarm outputs, not both.
Insulate all wires from contact with each other or anything else when not in use.

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