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StreamMaster Electric Monitor 4" flange x 3.5" NH outlet 12V monitor, 2000 gpm nozzle, UII logic box, CAN Control Station, and cables

The StreamMaster Electric Fire Fighting Monitor has uniquely designed, low profile 4'' waterway with cast-in turning vanes. When coupled with an 80 psi nozzle, the pump can operate at lower pressures for flows up to 2000 gpm (7600 lpm). The UII control system provides J1939 CAN network communications, proportional motor speed control, stow/deploy, oscillation and electric valve control functions.

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Starting at $15,422.00 MSRP
All prices listed are the manufacturer’s suggested retail price, also referred to as "List Price", and are for U.S. domestic resale and exclude any: Local, State and/or Federal sales and excise taxes; International Tariffs and Taxes; and Shipping. Final price will be set by retailer. All prices, terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. Special Orders - Akron Brass produces many items to specification that are not carried in stock; after an order in this category has been accepted and placed in the process of manufacturing, no cancellations will be accepted.
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Features

StreamMaster Electric Monitor
- One touch stow option - Must specify
- 348° horizontal and 135° vertical travel, both with adjustable stops
- Manual override
- 12 or 24 volt

StreamMaster Electric Monitor 4" flange x 3.5" NH outlet 12V monitor, 2000 gpm nozzle, UII logic box, CAN Control Station, and cables Video

Specifications

Style 3578
Weight 45 lbs (20.5 kg)
Type Electrical
Material Pyrolite
Brand StreamMaster
Width 12.25in (311.2mm)
Height 16.25in (412.8mm)
Depth 15.34in (389.64mm)

StreamMaster Electric Monitor Specifications

The 2000 gpm rated monitor is to be an all electric single waterway monitor constructed of lightweight Pyrolite with a 4", 150 pound flange inlet and 3 1/2" NH thread outlet with cast-in turning vanes in each elbow. The monitor shall have fully enclosed 12 or 24 volt motors and gears with manual overrides for both horizontal and vertical rotation. The manual overrides shall have captive cranks, one for horizontal and one for vertical rotation, and may be used simultaneously. The monitor is not to exceed 16 1/4" high and 12 1/4" wide. The outlet vertical rotation shall be from 45° below to 90° above horizontal with adjustable stops. The adjustable horizontal rotation stops shall be preset at 90° left and right of center and a rotation of 348° shall be possible. The electronic control system shall have a bi stable electro-mechanical relay provision for a second deployed indicator light in the apparatus cab. Each operator interface shall control the vertical and horizontal position of the monitor, and the pattern of the nozzle using toggle switches or membrane type push buttons. The operator interface will also have a toggle switch or membrane type push buttons to command the monitor into a user programmed stowed or deployed position. The operator interface shall have an LED light or alphanumeric display to indicate when the monitor is deployed and provide codes for system diagnostics.

Access Drawings for Engineers

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Style 3578 Parts List - StreamMaster with Pots View File
Style 3578 STP File - 3.5" to 2.5" Adapter View File

Performance Content

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EC Declaration of Conformity CE for Trident, Streammaster and Streammaster XT View File

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Product Updates and Media Files

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View File Style 3578 StreamMaster with UII Control System View File 813.36 KB
View File Nozzle Monitor Compatibility Chart for Municipal Montiors View File 454.31 KB
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