A VPSA can give a compressed air alarm when the compressed air sensor of the VPSA receives too little or no compressed air anymore.Therefore, be the first to check that your compressor is working properly.
Watch the video to see step-by-step how to solve the alarm.
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1) Fix the problem that caused the alarm
2) When your compressor is working properly again, you can reset your VPSA. Reset the alarm on the screen using the following steps (F1> 2x ESC> F1)
Pay attention! When your system is controlled via an external system such as My Fruit, your VPSA is set to external mode. The screen will then light up yellow and indicate “external stop” as a warning. then press F1 again to put the system into “external idle” and the screen will turn white again. Your system will now be able to be controlled again via an external system.
How do I check if my compressor is working properly? Watch the video below.