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How to change intellisys from bar to psi - Ingersoll Rand Stationary Air Cooled Rotary Screw Compressor 10 Hp, 35 Cfm At 125 Psi, Model# Ep

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Does the controller go back to factory settings after powerloss? if so you may have a bad battery inside the controller. it can be replaced with some nifty soldiering skills. other than that a controller replacement is 2k, programming requires you hitting a sequence of buttons on the controller i think its set set f2 f1 then change the bar to psi. it may be different depending on the controller.

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Goto factory setting change design pressure setting of the unit.

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How to change from BAR to PSI on INGERSOLL RAND INTELLISYS CONTROL for INGERSOLL RAND SSR-6-20-125 AIR COMPRESSOR


Ingersolll Rand website support section should be able to provide a manual.
Failing that contact customer services.

Aug 03, 2016 | Ingersoll Rand Air Tools & Compressors

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For the SG intellisys controller, how do you change the online pressure setting?


Goto Main Menu, Operator Setpoint select, Offline/Online. Up/down key to change value.

Jul 08, 2012 | Ingersoll Rand Stationary Air Cooled...

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I'm working on a Ingersoll rand 100HP stationary compressor with an intellisys 39875158 controller.


Make sure the model of your compressor is design for 160psi if not the main motor trip off and safe valve pop. Goto Main Menu, Operator setpoint+select, Offline/Online+select, arrow up and down to change value.

Jul 04, 2012 | Ingersoll Rand Stationary Air Cooled...

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Intellisys 22128763 secret button


what do you want to know about the hidden button. what do you want to do.

Dec 06, 2011 | Ingersoll Rand Stationary Air Cooled...

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We have a IR UP6 20hp, 200psi, w/intellisys. It will not stay loaded, goes up to 200 then will unload back to 120 then loads back up. Have replaced load and inlet valve/solenoid. We have an identical...


I have a Few questions before trying to answer.Does the pressure go up quickly to 200 psi and down to 120 psi or does the pressure build slowly to 200 psi and slowly down to 120 Psi. Does this unit have a dryer built in or in the system. Are the pressures set correctly on the intellisys. Does this unit have modulation. What mode of operation is unit in.
Pressure building up fast is an indication of an obstruction in the discharge line. It could be a valve positioned wrong or a dryer froze up. If the pressure builds slowly up and down it sounds like the intellisys settings are incorrect. If the unit has modulation and is operating in modulation it sounds like the cash regulator needs adjusting.

Jan 26, 2011 | Ingersoll Rand Stationary Air Cooled...

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HAVE A SSR-XH60 SCREW COMPRESSOR WITH 39180419 INTELLISYS CONTROL KIT AND IT SHOWS "STARTER FAULT" WHAT THIS MESSAGE MEANS?


The motor starter overload auxiliary contact is wired into the intellisys control unit. If the motor would overload, then the thermal overloads in the motor starter will trip. When this occurs you will get that message. The overloads are in the electric panel on the left side. You will have to remove the screws to gain access. Be sure to have disconnect off when removing cover. There is a reset button on the motor starter you can press to reset. Now the question is why did it trip? There are a few common possibilities. On is dirt in the coil not allowing enough air to pass over the motor. Slipping belt generating too much heat. Old or low oil causing high temperatures. Pressure setting set higher than unit is designed. You can set pressure on the intellisys. Another reason is short cycling. If you have this set for start stop operation by pressure, the minimum run time should be at least 10 min, and I believe mfg recommends even longer. If it starts and stops too frequently, the motor will overheat.I hope this helps. (I maintain a very similar unit where I work) These units are usually very trouble free units if you keep the oil, oil filter, air filter, and separator changed as recommended.

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Cant set my compressor to automatic start/stop mode


U NEED TO ADJUST THE PRESSURE SWITCH ON THE BACKUP TO A LOWER PSI. TO COME ON AFTER THE PRIMARY. EXAMPLE: PRESSURE SWITCH ON PRIMARY COMP. SET AT 140-175 PSI AND BACKUP SET AT 135-170 PSI. U CAN USUALLY TURN ONE CENTER SCREW IN THE PRESSURE SWITCH COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO LOWER THE PSI.

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