Zoeller 10-0772 Battery Charger For The Aquanot® 585 Battery Back-Up Sump Pump
The charger automatically monitors and charges your battery. In the event of a power outage the pump will be powered by the battery. Once line power is restored, the charger will recharge the battery.
If there is a failure of the primary pump, the charger will supply power to the pump through the battery if line power is present; otherwise, the battery will take over until the problem has been corrected.
The lights on the front panel of the charger indicate the state of system:
- The red light: Indicates that AC line power is present.
- The green light: Indicates that the battery is charged to 12V DC*.
- During periods of extended power outage the charge on the battery may drop below 12V DC which would cause the green light to go out. This is normal. The green light will be illuminated once the charger restores the voltage level to 12V DC.
- The yellow light: Indicates that the battery is charged above 8V DC. If the yellow light is not illuminated, it indicates that the charge on the battery is below 8V DC.
- If the yellow light is not illuminated, it indicates that the charge on the battery is below 8V DC. If the line power is out, the pump may have depleted the battery due to normal operation. If there has been no power outage and the primary pump is working properly, it may indicate that the battery is defective or that the controller is defective. Refer to the Troubleshooting guide on page 8 for further instructions.
- If the Green and Yellow lights flash intermittently, refer to Section G in the Trouble Shooting Guide on page 8.
*Voltage is only one indicator of the state of the battery, and does not reflect the true condition of the battery. Use a hydrometer to more accurately determine the condition of the battery.