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E/One Pump Wiring Diagram Wizard

Use the wizard below to find the correct wiring diagrams for your pump.

If you have any questions please contact the Technical Training and Support group at ssbfieldservice@eone.com.

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To identify the type of pump, check the number of letters at the beginning of the pump serial number.
2 letters = Extreme Series
1 letter = 2000 Series

To identify the type of station, check the first letter of the pump serial number.
A or B = Standard Installation
C = IDU


Is the pump hardwired, wireless, explosionproof, or metering?

To identify the type of pump, check the second digit of the pump serial number
H = hardwired
R = wireless
X = explosion proof
M = metering

In order to achieve a genuine and validated explosionproof repair, the following must take place: The only repairs that can be performed without affecting the explosionproof certification are pump stator/rotor replacement and level sensor repair and replacement.

Repairs inside the control compartment and motor housing must be performed by Environment One Corporation (the listed authorized facility for the product). Any work performed by an unauthorized service center will void the certification.


Is the pump hardwired, wireless, or metering?

To identify the type of pump, check the second digit of the pump serial number
H = hardwired
R = wireless
M = metering


Is the pump hardwired, wireless, or metering?

To identify the type of pump, check the second digit of the pump serial number
H = hardwired
R = wireless
M = metering


Is the pump hardwired, wireless, or metering?

To identify the type of pump, check the second digit of the pump serial number
H = hardwired
R = wireless
M = metering


Is the pump hardwired, wireless, or metering?

To identify the type of pump, check the second digit of the pump serial number
H = hardwired
R = wireless
M = metering