Locate a position on the pump panel for the display module. Decide if the unit is to
be front mounted or behind the panel mounted.
If the display module is mounted BEHIND THE PANEL, cut an opening using the
4 Light - 3 3/4" high x 1" wide
Quint - 4 5/8" high x 1" wide
Mark 5 - 5 1/2" high x 1" wide
If the display module is FRONT MOUNTED, cut an opening using the following
4 Light - 4.22" high x 2.45" wide
Quint - 5.15" high x 2.40" wide
Mark 5 - 5.769" high x 2.40" wide
Power is supplied to the 4 Light and Quint display modules through (2) #18 gauge
wires, red to power and black to ground.
Power is supplied to the Mark 5 display module through (4) #18 gauge wires, red to
power, black to ground, orange to power forward of the master switch and brown to
"optional" remote audible or visual alarm.
If you are using a bezel designed for water/foam, install the correct identification tag.
Control cable and power supply wires exit out of the bottom of the display module.
Front mount unit is supplied with the front mount bezel and (4) #8 self tapping
Connect the sensor to the display module using the
supplied PVC shielded cable, assuring that the watertight
polarized connectors are fully engaged.
Do not coil excess cable in pump compartment as this could cause increased radio
interference if cable is too long.
Order correct length cable or snake excess cable in pump
The sensor should be located in the deepest part of the
tank (but not in the sump).
Sensor requires a 1 1/2" opening.
Units should be 1" shorter than tank depth.
(4) - 1/4" holes in a 2" bolt circle required (when laying out holes
be sure the cable exits from the flange in the intended direction).
Do not install sensor so that it is in direct line of the tank fill
stream or the tank to pump opening.
If sensor is too long for intended tank DO NOT CUT. Call the
factory for correct length replacement.
Care should be taken when handling or installing sensor so as
not to damage diaphragm. Do not pierce, push any objects
into diaphragm, or remove diaphragm cover.
Standard units supplied are negative ground and therefore
should not be installed on vehicles with a positive ground