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Water Worker Digital Pressure Control for Well Systems
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Water Worker

Digital Pressure Control for Well Systems

$145.88 /box

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The Water Worker Digital Pressure Control for well water pump systems is designed to provide more constant pressure performance and well pump protection, all in one. One unit replaces a pressure switch, pump protector and pressure gauge. The constant pressure performance allows a 10psi differential for city like water pressure. Pump protection includes warnings rapid cycling, low water cutoff and improper voltage. Control has LED display for easy set-up and system error read out.

  • Made in the USA
  • Provides more constant pressure by allowing a 10psi differential. It is adjustable from 10 to 80 psi
  • Rapid cycle pump protection alerts user to possible issue with well tank before damage can be done to well pump by displaying E1 warning on LED display
  • Low suction alert warns user of the possibility of low well water levels, shutting the pump down and preventing the pump from burning out. Pump will shut off and restart every 60 minutes. If low levels persist, it will continue to shut down the pump. LED display will show E2 warning
  • Voltage protection feature will shut down the pump and restart when proper voltage is detected. LED display will show E3 message
  • Durable NEMA 3 enclosure. UL listed for pumps up to 2hp; can be used with motor controllers. Protected against line voltage noise and external interference. Sealed against bug infiltration
  • Fits new or existing systems. Spins onto most tank tees, no unions or extra fittings
  • Compatible with 115 or 230VAC systems. Pre-stripped lead wires and offset conduit holes. Familiar 4-wire configuration; remains idle if wired incorrectly
  • LED display rotates 180 degrees for easy viewing
  • Built tough for reliable performance
  • 2 year warranty
  • 2 year warranty

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Is this a quiet operation for starting & cutting off pump?

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WPB FL
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August 16, 2016
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It is very quite but not reliable and might damage your water system.
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Yes it is very quiet but with a submersible pump I kinda like to here it start and stop.
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This switch was extremely quiet in operation. It did however fail totally on me after about 4.5 months of use.
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pocono pa
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This is a digital display control switch ( no sound). Only mechanical switches had a clicking sound.
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preasure valve pipe from cross member is hittig the tank. Can an elbow be used and not reduse the presure.

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Yes an elbow, or other offset can be used without affecting pressure or operation.
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Digital Pressure Control for Well Systems is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DIGITAL PRESSURE CONTROL FOR WELL SYSTEMS I had one for two years works great nice even pressure. I installed another one in my other house 59 days later it quit it was purchased from another source they won't replace it after 30 days I am out $150 and very dissapointed :(
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The real data Like most electronic devices, this has a few requirements that apparently were ignored by the manufacturer. If you have very clean water, and I mean very clean water, you likely will have few problems with the device.. Most of us don't fall into this category though. We all have some contaminants, like iron, calcium, silt, and other ingredients if you will, that come with the water. Some of us even have high rate contaminants like sulfur, iron sulfide, iron bacteria and others. True flow electronic controls using this principle are priced in the thousands of dollars, not because they are more complex , but because of the sensor design (flow, pressure, temperature,, environment humidity and electrical conductivity) to deal with all the contaminants. In any event, the device would work very well with an inline bladder isolator. This device has the water your pumping on one side and a fixed fluid, like RV antifreeze, on the other. Hence your controller only sees a very clean environment. These devices are available from most professional plumbing supply houses, but can be pricy. Information as to proper installation can be found from the same source. This brings your total cost up to around $250. Clean power is also required, so make sure your wiring is up to the task for the size and distance from your main panel for the load involved. So far so good for more than 3 years.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Failed catastrophically after 14 months I installed this unit on my well system in July 2014 after reading a number of good reviews. Digital pressure control at the press of a button, instead of monkeying around with adjusting springs on a mechanical switch? Sign me up! Unfortunately, the unit failed this evening. Without warning, the relief valve on my tank suddenly lifted and dumped water all over my crawlspace. I figured my relief valve seats had failed. I happened to have a spare relief valve handy so I installed it and fired the well back up. By the time my dial gauge read 85 psig, the digital pressure controller only read 50 psig - and the relief lifted yet again. I swapped the controller out for my old mechanical switch, and all is well. I'm glad I was home when it happened, I'm glad I have a relief valve on my system, and I'm glad the digital controller is still under warranty! It functioned well while it lasted, but when a device like this fails to an unsafe state, it has no place in my home.
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from superior pressure regulation and control I loved the idea of good 'digital' pressure control. I've been fussing with the mechanical controls for years and have been less than satisified. This does a wonderful job of keeping the pressure inside the range I like. I was a bit dissapointed at the 'cheap' quality of the houseing. It doesn't allow for a ground and the electrical connections are best with wire nuts. There is no suitable way to secure the incoming wire so the pump vibration doesn't affect it. This would be very simple to do for such an expensive device. Overall it has work flawlessly for over a month.
Date published: 2015-09-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from An absolute Nightmare when it Fails on your vacation and you return on a weekend day!!!! When I first installed this product I was very happy with its performance. The use of cheap wire nuts for connection was a bit disappointing for a pricey product. I purchased this unit and held it a while before finally swapping it out for the mechanical switch that my water well was originally outfitted with. While it worked it did a great job and was very good at starting and stopping at the desired setpoints. I wasn't nearly so pleased when it suddenly catastrophically failed while we were on vacation out of the country. The yard had to go without water and since we returned on a weekend day there was no way to even overnight order a replacement. Home Depot chooses not to stock even a single one of these in their local stores so when it fails your only choice is to purchase a mechanical switch as a replacement or go without showers or bathroom facilities for the 4 days or so while you wait to get your warranty replacement shipped from the Manufacturer. Even though I purchased my replacement mechanical switch from Home Depot and hence have no use for a replacement...Home Depot tells me that is my only option. It is their own company practice of not carrying any replacement switches in their stores even though water supply would seem to be a pretty critical service that forced me to have to purchase a different product to get up and running. So the return folks tell me to look at the Bright Side..... that I will have a spare on the shelf ready to go....really??? As a previously loyal customer, I find that unacceptable and will be taking my business across the street going forward!!!
Date published: 2016-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Digital Pump Pressure Controller One bought a year ago died in a lightning storm this spring. Next one failed after about 3 weeks ... apparently defective. Put in lightning arrestor on the 230V line then installed the replacement which is in now for about 3 weeks ... so far so good. This is a very nice product that I like very much. The feature I especially like is the ability to set the high/low differential to as little as 10 psi ... this means that little pressure "droop" is noted throughout the house.
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice quick boost in pressure I replaced my old pressure switch that had rusty contacts. this one was fairly sraightforward, I just had to tighten it on. It has a red LED pressure read-out, so technically I didn't need my old gauge anymore, but i left it there or I would have needed to plug the gauge hole. I will say that it made a huge difference with the water- my wife was like "whoa, that's good pressure!" Our old switch was like 50 psi and I set this one to 65 psi. If you are basic with toold you can probably do it in 30 minutes. I think the next time it would only be like 10 mins for me.
Date published: 2012-10-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bad out of the box Installed this unit and it worked flawlessly until that same afternoon. Getting an 'E4' error. Weird thing is that this unit does not even have a possibility of an e4 code. Manufacturer says that code is reserved for another model. Replacement is on the way. Any problems with the new one and I'll be using the old school type switch again.
Date published: 2016-02-26
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