Wind River Spas Vail Specifications

in.xe
™
Entry-level spa pack platform
TechBook
So advanced!
It’s like walking on water!
in.xe™
table of contents
Table of contents
introduction . .................................................................................. 3
warnings ..........................................................................................4
features ............................................................................................ 5
in.xe™ overview
- overview ........................................................................... 7
- in.xe™ dimensions . .........................................................8
- in.k200™ dimensions .....................................................9
in.xe™ installation
- floor installation.............................................................. 10
- wall installation................................................................ 11
in.k200™ installation and connections
- installing the in.k200™....................................................12
- connecting main keypad to in.xe™...............................13
in.xe™ connections
- electrical wiring North American model in.xe™ .........14
- electrical wiring European model in.xe.ce™............... 16
- heater connections.........................................................17
- in.link™ connectors ....................................................... 18
power-up & breaker setting . ......................................................23
programming the in xe™ .............................................................26
in.k200™
keypad overview
- introduction ...................................................................37
- function description ......................................................39
- instructions .................................................................... 40
- Typical settings ................................................................41
in.xe™ error codes
spa pack error codes summary
- in.xe™ error codes .........................................................45
- Hr error condition .........................................................47
- Prr error condition .........................................................48
- HL error condition . .......................................................49
- Flo error condition ........................................................52
- UPL error condition ...................................................... 53
- AOH error condition ....................................................54
- OH error condition ....................................................... 55
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table of contents
troubleshooting
- pump 1 doesn't work . ...................................................56
- pump 2 or blower doesn't work ..................................59
- circulation pump doesn't work ...................................62.
- ozonator doesn't work . ................................................64.
- nothing seems to work ................................................ 66
- spa not heating ..............................................................69.
- keypad doesn't seem to work . .....................................71
gfci trips .........................................................................................72
in.xe™ step by step field replacement procedure ................... 73
how to replace the heater . ........................................................ 80
specifications . ..............................................................................83
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in.xe™
introduction
in.xe™
in.xe™
Entry-level spa system
Congratulations! You have purchased one of the finest entry-level
spa packs available.
To install, use and enjoy your in.xe™ spa system take the time to
carefully read these instructions.
The in.xe™ has been designed for these typical spa configurations:
• Single Pump System
• Dual Pump System
• Pump & Blower System
• Dual Pump & Blower System
In.xe™ can be wall-mounted or installed on its mounting base and
comes with an integrated heat.wav™ water heater.
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warnings
in.xe™
WARNINGS:
Before installing or connecting the unit,
please read the following.
*FOR UNITS FOR USE IN OTHER THAN SINGLE-FAMILY
DWELLINGS, A CLEARLY LABELED EMERGENCY SWITCH SHALL
BE PROVIDED AS PART OF THE INSTALLATION. THE SWITCH
SHALL BE READILY ACCESSIBLE TO THE OCCUPANTS AND
SHALL BE INSTALLED AT LEAST 5 FEET (1.52 M) AWAY, ADJACENT
TO, AND WITHIN SIGHT OF THE UNIT.
* LOW VOLTAGE OR IMPROPER WIRING MAY CAUSE DAMAGE
TO THIS CONTROL SYSTEM. READ AND FOLLOW ALL WIRING
INSTRUCTIONS WHEN CONNECTING TO POWER SUPPLY.
*ANY DAMAGED CABLE MUST BE IMMEDIATELY REPLACED.
*ALL CONNECTIONS MUST BE MADE BY A QUALIFIED
ELECTRICIAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE AND ANY STATE, PROVINCE OR
LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODE IN EFFECT AT THE TIME OF THE
INSTALLATION.
*TURN POWER OFF BEFORE SERVICING OR MODIFYING ANY
CABLE CONNECTIONS IN THIS UNIT.
*TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD AND/OR WATER
DAMAGE TO THIS CONTROL, ALL UNUSED RECEPTACLES
MUST HAVE A DUMMY PLUG.
*THIS CONTROLLER MUST NOT BE INSTALLED IN PROXIMITY OF
HIGHLY FLAMMABLE MATERIALS.
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*THIS PACK CONTAINS NO SERVICEABLE PARTS. CONTACT AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER FOR SERVICE.
features
in.xe™
In.xe™ boast a long list of technical features. Each of them stands on its own merits and contributes to bring to in.xe™ equipped spa
owners the most advanced solutions available to them:
In.put™
In.kin™
In.put™ was designed to ease wire insertion (up to # 4 AWG)
and connections. Tighter input connection reduces heat
generated for increased component lifetime.
First ever UL approved kinetic heating protection manages
water temp. increase generated by pump heat dissipation.
Hardware protection shuts all accessories off if it senses
water overheat.
In.seal™
In.flo™
In.seal™ provides extra level of protection against water
infiltration. Connectors and power box are designed to
be watertight and no water can be in direct contact with
electrical components.
A new heater safety system located in the in.therm™ power
box - an all-electronic dry-fire protection.
In.axess™
In.t.cip™
Electronic components are placed into separate and
inaccessible compartments. Only serviceable parts are
made accessible to service technicians.
In.t.cip™ is an intelligent water temp. refresh algorithm that
calculates optimal time to start pumps and get water temp.
readings. In.t.cip™ continuously readjusts heater start time.
new input terminal bloc
watertight protection
board access prevention
kinetic heat monitoring
dry-fire protect
water temp. algorithm
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features
In.link™
In.stik™
In.link™ cables are very cool output and input plugs and
connectors that come with colored and tagged polarizers.
Totally waterproof, they are designed to be easily
configured and to ensure that all cables of equipment
used to make a spa or an hot tub work properly are well
connected at their intended connection port, eliminating
any risk of mis-wiring.
In.stik™ a pen drive with an in.link™ connector very similar
to a USB memory stick. It connects to in.xe™ and contains
data to program or configure its system. In.xe™ executes
the data upload automatically.
ingenious plugs and connectors
Specifications
Refer to the detailed specification chart printed in Annex.
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in.xe™
automated software upload
overview
in.xe™
Accessory fuse
Pump 2 fuse
Installation brackets
Door to access
power input
connectors
and fuses
Pump 1 fuse
Pump 1
connector
* Pump 2
connector
Transformer fuse
Main power
entry connection
2 connectors for outputs
controlled by independent
relays (for oz, cp, light, blower
or any other accessories)
(120/240 vac 5 Amp).
*Only one output is available on
IN.XE-3-XX-XXX
Connector for direct
120/240 vac 5 Amp output
(for in.play™ audio or video
accessories)
Main keypad connector
Communication
connector (in.stik™)
Main power
cable input entry
Access to heater
connections
Mounting feet
Bonding lug
Note: No connectors should remain unplugged. Use blank plugs to fill unused connectors.
Heat.wav™ heater
Light 12 vac connector
(1 amp max)
* Only available on IN.XE-5-XX-XXX
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overview
in.xe™ dimensions:
in.xe™
Side view
Front view
17.38"
(441.5 mm)
5.51"
(140 mm)
2.75"
(69.9mm)
5.69"
(144.5mm)
19.32"
(490.7 mm)
11.75"
(298.5 mm)
4.5"
(114.3 mm)
5.37"
(136.4 mm)
Ø.25"
(6 mm)
6"
(152 mm)
3"
(76 mm)
8.3"
(210 mm)
Bottom view
4.2"
(106.7 mm)
10.8"
(275.6 mm)
3.9"
(98.3 mm)
1.2"
(30.5mm)
11.0"
(279.4 mm)
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Ø.25"
(6 mm)
4x
Rear view
in.k200™ dimensions
in.xe™
In.k200™ dimensions:
Features:
2"
(51 mm)
4.75"
(120 mm)
LED display
4 Keys 8 light indicators
in.link™ connector
Mechanical Specs:
Weight: Dimensions (W x H x D):
Approvals:
0.9 lbs (0.41 kg)
Front Panel:
4.75" x 2" x 1.7"
(120 mm x 51 mm x 43 mm ) Soft gasket
UV resistance (ASMTD4329)
UL, CSA, TUV and CE
1.7"
(43 mm)
Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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installation
in.xe™
Floor installation procedure
4"
The following material is
recommended:
4- # 10 screws of appropriate
length with round, truss or
pan head.
4- washers 1/2” OD x 1/16”
thickness (12 mm OD x 1,5 mm)
Select the most appropriate
location on the floor for spa
pack and firmly attach guide
plate to wooden base with (2)
screws backed by (2) washers.
10
Slide back side of the unit's feet
into the guide plate. It should
easily slide into place.
Now firmly attach unit to
wooden base by using the
remaining (2) screws backed
by (2) washers to fix the front of
the foot.
Note: The spa pack must be
installed at least 4 inches
(52 mm) above potential flood
level. If floor is on ground level,
pack should be raised at least
4 inches (52 mm).
Warning:
Important!
Beware the application of some products commonly used against
corrosion (such as WD-40 family products) could damage the
power box, due to a negative chemical reaction between some
industrial oils and its plastic enclosure. Any other materials
which may come in contact with the enclosure must be carefully
evaluated under end use conditions for compatibility.
Please note that countersunk
screws should not be used as
they can damage the power
box support.
in.xe™
installation
Wall installation procedure
The following material is
recommended:
4- # 10 screws of appropriate
length with round, truss or
pan head.
4- washers 1/2 OD x 1/16”
thickness (12 mm OD x 1,5 mm)
Use two (2) standard 2 x4
or 2x6 wall studs, spaced on
16-inch centers to affix the
spa pack.
In the case of a flat wooden
surface: select the most
appropriate location on wall
for the spa pack. A square
cut-out of about 4 inches (52
mm) per side will be needed
to allow the transformer to fit
through it.
Firmly attach lower mounting
holes on each side of the pack
with the (2) remaining screws
and (2) washers.
Note: Make sure these (2)
screws and (2) washers are
installed. They will make
the pack stable when input,
outputs and accessory
connectors will be inserted in
their ports.
Firmly attach, one at the time,
upper mounting holes on each
side of the spa pack with (2)
screws backed by (2) washers.
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keypad installation & connections
in.xe™
Installing the in.k200™
2 5/8"
67 mm
The keypad should be installed directly onto the spa (or very
close to it) so that it is easily accessible to the user.
•To install the in.k200™, drill two 1” (25 mm) diameter holes at
2 5/8” (67 mm) from center to center as illustrated.
•Cut out the material between the two holes (see illustration).
•Clean the installation surface and peel the adhesive gasket from
the back of the keypad.
•Insert keypad and align it correctly, then ensure it's properly
glued by gently pressing evenly on the entire surface.
∅ 1"
(25 mm)
1"
(25 mm) dia. drill
If the keypad is equipped with an optional holder plate remove the
two wing nuts in the back of the keypad and remove the mounting
bracket.
Gasket with adhesive
Insert the keypad into opening you have cut out. Put the mounting
bracket and the wing nuts back on their respective bolts and fix the
keypad securely in place (see illustration above).
Note: It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that no obstructions
(cables, piping, etc.) are present below the deck at the drill hole
location.
Note: If the installation location is not perfectly even (e.g. wood
surface), make a silicone joint between the installation location and
the back of the unit to ensure a proper seal around it.
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∅ 1"
(25 mm)
∅ 1"
(25 mm)
1"
(25 mm)
3 5/8"
92 mm
in.xe™
Connecting main keypad to in.xe™
keypad installation & connections
in.k200™
The in.k200™ comes with a
10 ft (3.048 m) cable and an
in.link™ connector.
To connect the in.k200™, simply
insert its in.link™ connector
into the appropriate keypad
connector (as illustrated).
Note: always shut power down
before connecting an accessory
to the in.xe™.
Connect the main keypad
in.k200™ as indicated here.
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electrical wiring
in.xe™
Electrical wiring North American model in.xe™
Warning!
"For units for use in other than single-family dwellings, a
clearly labeled emergency switch shall be provided as part of
the installation. The switch shall be readily accessible to the
occupants and shall be installed at least 5 feet (1.52 m) away,
adjacent to, and within sight of the unit".
Main electrical box
GFCI panel
----This product must always be connected to a circuit protected
by a ground fault interrupter.
Proper wiring of the electrical service box, GFCI and in.xe™
terminal block is essential!
Check your electrical code for local regulations. Only copper
wire should be used, never aluminum.
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Disposal of the product
The appliance (or the product) must be disposed of separately in accordance with the local waste disposal legislation in force.
in.xe™
electrical wiring
Electrical wiring
North American or ce model in.xe™
bonding lug
To install the wiring for the
in.xe™ spa control, you'll need
a Phillips screwdriver and a flat
screwdriver.
Loosen the 2 screws of the Spa
Pack door and open it.
Remove 5 1/2" (142 mm) of
cable insulation.
Strip away 1" (25 mm) of each
wire insulation.
Pull the cable through the
cutout of the box and secure it
with a strain relief (1" NPT strain
relief; hole diameter: 1.335").
(For CE use an IEC certified
plastic bushing that will
maintain the IPX5 rating.)
Make sure that only the uncut
sheathing is clamped at this
opening.
Push the color-coded wires
into the terminals as indicated
on the sticker and use the flat
screwdriver to tighten the
screws on the terminals.
After making sure wire connections are secure, push them
back into the box and close the
door. Tighten the 2 screws of
the Spa Pack door.
Connect the bonding conductor to the bonding lug on the
front of the in.xe™ Spa Pack
(a grounded electrode conductor shall be used to connect
the equipment grounding conductors).
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electrical wiring
in.xe™
Electrical wiring North American model in.xe™
Electrical wiring European model in.xe.ce™
Single-phase
Dual-phase
For 240 VAC (4 wires)
For 120 VAC (*3 wires)
In.xe.ce™ 230 VAC or
230/400 VAC
Correct wiring of the electrical
service box, GFCI, and pack
terminal block is essential.
*If connected to a 3 wire
system, no 240 VAC
component will work.
Correct wiring of the electrical
service box, RCD, and pack
terminal block is essential!
Call an electrician if necessary.
Refer to "Connections
for 120v heater" section
of this manual.
Call an electrician if necessary.
In.xe.ce™ models must always
be connected to a circuit
protected by a ResidualCurrent Device (RCD) having
a rated operating residualcurrent not exceeding 30 mA.
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Warning!
heater connections
in.xe™
L2
Ground
Connections for 230/240
VAC heater (4KW or 2 KW)
Heat.wav™ heater
In.xe™ comes with a high
performance heat.wav™ heater.
With no pressure switch, it
features in.flo™ integrated dryfire protection.
L1
A watertight panel protects
the heater and probe
connectors. Removing the
panel gives access to in.flo™
dry-fire protection and hi-limit/
regulation probe connectors,
line 1, line 2 and ground power
input cables connection ports.
N
L1
Ground
Connections for 120 V
heater (1KW)
The heat.wav™ heater is factory configured 240 V /4 kW (or
2KW), but it can be converted to a dedicated 120 V / 1kW by a
simple switching a cable connection port. (Option available on
NorthAmerican models only).
Heat.wav™ specification summary:
•
•
•
Supports 120 V or 240 V
Protected by external
breaker (not fused)*
Incoloy® or Titanium (optional) heater element
for greater protection against corrosion.
*Note: European models are 230 or 240 VAC and are fuse protected
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in.link™ connectors
in.xe™
High Current
Integrated latch
Low Current
Colored & tagged
polarizers
Low voltage
In.link™ connectors
Latch snap & strain relief
Watertight design UL & CE
In.xe™ features in.link™ connectors with colored and tagged
polarizers. This new plug and connector technology has been
specifically designed for easy and safe assembly. The tags are
interchangeable depending on the output; the polarizers are
designed to avoid misconnections.
A latch mechanism is provided
to maintain male and female
connectors together. The tab
provided on the male part gives
the operator an audible and
tactile feedback at the insertion
of the cable in the female part.
Once the latch is engaged, it
will prevent both parts from
separating unintentionally by
vibration or shock. To unplug
the male connector, a gentle
press on the tab will allow the
release of the locking mechanism to separate both parts.
The female connector comes
with a built-in seal ensuring a
watertight connection assembly
sealed from moisture and
water ingress. This sealing is
intended to be suitable for the
NorthAmerican and European
standards and the demanding
spa environment.
In.link™ connectors are easily and conveniently accessible from
the front of the pack offering a wide range of possible connection
configurations. In.link™ connectors come in 3 sizes (HC, LC and
low voltage) for all types of inputs and output devices.
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in.xe™
in.link™ connectors
Connector Map
Pump 1
* Pump 2 * Blower
connector connector connector
Female connector on Spa Pack
Ozonator
connector
Direct
connector
3
6
2
5
1
4
HC
3
2
1
6
5
4
LC
In.link™ output connectors:
Keypad
connector
Comm
connector
Light
connector
* Only available on IN.XE-5-XX-XXX
High-Current - HC connectors:
Output
Typical Device
Out 1
Pump 1
Out 2
Pump 2*
Low-Current - LC connectors: (relay controlled)
Output
Typical Device
Out 3
Blower*
Ozonator
Out 4
Out 5
Audio/video (direct to line)
Low-Voltage - LV connectors:
Output
Typical Device
Main keypad
C
Comm. Connector (in.stik™, in.watch™)
CO
L1
Light
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in.xe™
in.link connectors
Assembly 240v cable kit in.link for in.xe
High Current
Low Current
Gecko P/N
Description
Typical use
Cable
Length
600DB0821
Cable in.link HC 2S
15A 240V 8FT
dual-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump dual speed)
14/4
96"
600DB0967
Cable in.link HC 2S
15A 240V 8FT T CE
dual-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump dual speed) for Europe
14/4
96"
600DB0833
Cable in.link HC 1S
15A 240V 8FT
single-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump single speed)
14/3
96"
600DB0901
Cable in.link HC 1S
15A 240V 8FT T CE
single-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump single speed) for Europe
14/3
96"
600DB0721
Cable in.link LC 1S
5A 240V 4FT
single output loads up to 5 FLA (ozone, blower, circ. pump, DC supply, etc.)
18/3
48"
600DB1259
Cable in.link LC 1S
5A 240V 8FT T CE
single output loads up to 5 FLA (ozone, blower, circ. pump, DC supply, etc.)
for Europe
18/3
96"
600DB0754
Cable in.link LC 1S
5A 120V 4FT
single output loads up to 5 FLA (ozone, circ. pump, DC supply, etc.)
18/3
48"
9920-401022
Cable in.link LV
Light 12V 12FT
light 12V
24/4
144"
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in.link connectors
in.xe™
Assembly 240v cable kit in.link for in.xe (continuation)
Assembly 120 v cable kit in.link for in.xe
Gecko P/N
Description
Typical use
Gecko P/N
Description
Typical use
9917-100894
Keying cable LC - BL - blue
LC Keying
for Blower cable
9917-100894
Keying cable LC - BL - blue
LC Keying
for Blower cable
9917-100898
Keying cable LC - O3 - gray
LC Keying
for Ozonator cable
9917-100898
Keying cable LC - O3 - gray
HC Keying
for Ozonator cable
9917-100887
Keying cable HC - P2 - violet
HC Keying
for Pump 2 cable
9917-100887
Keying cable HC - P2 - violet
HC Keying
for Pump 2 cable
9917-100888
Keying cable HC - P1 - orange
HC Keying
for Pump 1 cable
9917-100888
Keying cable HC - P1 - orange
HC Keying
for Pump 1 cable
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in.xe™
in.link connectors
Assembly 120 v cable kit in.link for in.xe (continuation)
High Current
Low Current
Gecko P/N
Description
Typical use
Cable
Length
9920-401239
Cable in.link HC 2S
15A 120V 8FT
dual-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump dual speed)
14/4
96"
600DB0857
Cable in.link HC 1S
15A 120V 8FT
single-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump single speed)
14/3
96"
600DB0754
Cable in.link LC 1S
5A 120V 4FT
single output loads up to 5 FLA (ozone, circ. pump, DC supply, etc.)
18/3
48"
9920-401022
Cable in.link LV
Light 12V 12FT
light 12V
24/4
144"
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power-up & breaker setting
in.xe™
Boot up displayed sequence (Each parameter is displayed for 2 seconds)
8.8.8
Lamp test
Software number
Software revision
Low level selection
All the segments and LEDs are
lighting up
Software part number
Revision of the software
Low level selected from low
level menu
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power-up & breaker setting
in.xe™
Valuable Tips
Technical stuff
Make sure that all valves are open in the spa plumbing and that you
have a good water flow circulating from the primary pump
into the heater.
There is no mechanical switch in the in.xe™ heater. Instead in.xe™
systems have integrated in.flo™ technology. The in.flo™ is an all
electronic dry-fire protection device built-in in.xe's™ heater.
At power up, in.flo™ performs a flow check through the following
process:
Important: a minimum flow rate of 18 gpm is required.
Pump 1 starts for 2 min. The display will show "_ _ " during the check
flow process. After 2 min. the system validates proper water flow.
In case of failure, the systems tries again.
The water temperature is shown on the keypad display.
Once the water has reached the set point value plus 0.8 degrees ˚F
the heater is turned off.
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power-up & breaker setting
in.xe™
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Make sure all accessories
are linked to the bonding
connector and connected
to pack.
Turn on the breaker.
It's important to specify the
current rating of the GFCI used
to insure safe and efficient
current management (and no
GFCI trippings).
Press and hold Light button
until you access the breaker
setting menu.
Number of Phase selection
UL
Menu not available
CE
1 or 2
UL Swim
1 or 2
Ce Swim
1,2 or 3
The values displayed by the
system correspond to 0.8 of
the maximum amperage
capacity of the GFCI.
Use Up or Down button to
select the desired value.
The value can be modify
typicaly from 10 to 48 for UL
version, and 10 to 40 AMP for
CE version.
Then press Light button to set
breaker rating.
This table shows typical setting
of Br for GFCI. Select the on that
match your breaker.
GFCI
60 Amp
50 Amp
40 Amp
30 Amp
20 Amp
Br
48 Amp
40 Amp
32 Amp
24 Amp
16 Amp
Note: Every OEM has its own preset
configurations.
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programming the in.xe™
in.xe™
Programming the in.xe™
using the in.stik™
Shut electrical power off.
Turn power on.
This feature is very useful on
production lines to configure
packs and in the field for service
purposes like software updates.
At power-up the in.xe™ system
will upload all the different
configurations set into the
in.stik™ memory.
Follow these simple steps to
upload new pre-determined
low level program configurations into the spa pack.
The in.xe™ will then enter the
low-level configuration menu.
The keypad display will show
L xx where "xx" represents the
previous configuration number
registered in the system.
Insert the in.stik™ in the
communication connector
(see fig. above).
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Use the Up/Down key to
choose the new desired low
level configuration number.
Note: If the keypad in use does
not have the Prog. key, use
Light key instead.
Press the Prog. key to confirm
the selected configuration
(consult the configuration.
If at power-up of the system
your keypad display shows
the following message:
"L _ _ ", it means that all low
level configurations have
been downloaded, but no
configuration number has
been chosen.
If the Prog. key is not pressed
within 25 seconds, the unit will
exit this menu without changing
any settings.
programming the in xe™
in.xe™
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Programming the in.xe™
using the keypad
Although every in.xe™ spa pack
is factory set, in certain cases
when servicing or replacing
a new unit in the field, it may
be necessary to set a new predetermined low level program
configuration into the spa pack.
Follow these simple steps to
re-enter the low level programming menu using the
keypad:
The keypad display will show
L xx where "xx" represents the
previous configuration number
registered in the system.
Use the Up/Down key to
choose the new desired low
level configuration number
and press the Program key
to confirm the selected
configuration (consult the
configuration selection chart
section in this manual).
If at power-up of the system
your keypad display shows
the following message:
"L _ _ ", it means that all low
level configurations have
been downloaded, but no
configuration number has
been chosen.
If the Program key is not
pressed within 25 seconds, the
unit will exit this menu without
changing any settings.
Note: If the keypad in use does
not have the Program key, use
the Light key instead.
Press and hold the Pump 1 key
for 30 seconds.
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programming the in.xe™
in.xe™
Low Level Configuration Selection Chart
This for in.xe™ with low level 85 revision 1, 2 and 3.
Config. #
P1
P2
BL
CP configuration
Ozone configuration
Filter Type
Heater
Pump
1
2sp
1sp
X
Always on
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Clean, P1L
P1
2
2sp
1sp
X
Always on
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Purge
CP
3
2sp
1sp
X
---
On during Filter cycle, with P1
Clean, P1L
P1
4
2sp
1sp
-
Duration filtration
On during Filter cycle, with CP
Clean, CP
P1
5
2sp
1sp
-
Always on
Always on with CP
Clean, P1L
CP
6
2sp
1sp
-
Duration filtration
On during Filter cycle, with CP
Clean, CP
CP
7
2sp
1sp
-
---
On during Filter cycle, with P1
Clean, P1L
P1
8
2sp
-
X
---
On during Filter cycle, with P1
Clean, P1L
P1
9
2sp
-
-
---
On during Filter cycle, with P1
Clean, P1L
P1
10
1sp
1sp
X
---
On during Filter cycle, with P1
Clean, P1L
P1
11
1sp
1sp
-
Duration filtration
On during Filter cycle, with CP
Clean, CP
P1
12
1sp
1sp
-
Always on
Always on with CP
Purge
CP
Note: Every OEM has its own preset
configurations. The Low level
configuration may differ depending
on the manufacturer.
13*
1sp
Always on
Always on with CP
Purge
CP
* Available on Rev 3.00 only
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in.xe™
In.xe™ programming field options
In the event where none of the pre-determined low level program
configurations built in the in.xe™ system suit your spa equipment
assembly, it's possible to custom configure the in.xe™ system by
manually entering key parameter settings.
To access this menu, press and hold Prog. (or Light key) for
30 seconds. Use Up or Down key to choose setting.
Press Prog. key (or Light key) to go to the next parameter.
Table 1
Parameter
Display
Options
Description
Pump 1 Config
Single-speed = 1
Dual-speed = 2
*Pump #1 and Pump #3 = 3
Pump #1 configuration
Pump 2 Config
Not installed = 0
Single-speed = 1
Dual-speed = 2
Pump #2 configuration
Blower Config
Not installed = 0
Installed = 1
Blower configuration
Circ. Pump Config
Not installed = 0
Installed = 1
Always on = 2
Circulation Pump configuration
Ozone Config
Not installed = 0
During filter cycle = 1
Always on = 2
Ozone generator configuration
Ozone Pump
Circulation pump = 0
Pump #1 = 1
Pump associated to Ozone generator
Ozone Type
Standard = 0
Timed = 1
Type of Ozone generator
Heater Pump
Circulation pump = 0
Pump #1 = 1
Pump associated to Heater
*Available only on certain models.
Please note that there are three
versions available of field options
depending on your software
revision. The table 1 & 2
were use with previous versions.
The table 3 is the latest version.
The first parameter will help to
indicate you wich table it is.
(
= table 1) and ( --= table 2 or 3)
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programming the in.xe™
in.xe™
Table 1
Parameter
Options
Description
Filter Config
Purge only = 0
With Circ. Pump = 1
With Pump #1, Low speed = 2
Filter cycle configuration
Temp. Units
°F = 0
°C = 1
Temperature units used on display
Time Format
No time display = 0
AM/PM format = 1
24H format = 2
Clock display format
Pump #1
High current
1 to 20 amperes (10)
Pump #1 High speed current
Pump #1
Low current
1 to 15 amperes (4)
Pump #1 Low speed current
Pump #2
High current
1 to 15 amperes (10)
Pump #1 Low speed current
Pump #2
Low current
1 to 15 amperes (4)
Pump #2 Low speed current
Blower current
1 to 10 amperes (5)
Blower current
Circ. Pump current
1 to 5 amperes (2)
Circulation Pump current
Direct current
0 to 5 amperes (1)
Direct accessory output current
Heater current
4 to 17 (17)
Heater current
Minimum input
current
10 to 20
Minimum input current
(Calibre du disjoncteur)
Input current
15 to 48 (on UL/CSA packs) (48)
15 to 32 (on CE packs) (32)
Available household supply current
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Display
*Available only on certain models.
programming the in.xe™
in.xe™
Output 1
Output 2 Output 3
Output 4
Output Direct
Output 5 or
Heater
Table 2
Parameter
Output 1A
Output 1B
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
Output 5
Display
-------
Options
Description
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 1A
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 1B
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 2A
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 3A
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 4A
--, H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 5A
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in.xe™
Table 2
Parameter
CP usage
Ozone usage
Ozone Pump
Ozone Type
Heater Pump
Display
-
Filter Config
-
Temp. Units
-
Clock Format
-
Cool down
Output 1A current
Output 1B current
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----
Options
Description
CP Standard = 0
CP Always On = 1
Usage of the circulation pump
Ozone with filtration = 0
Ozone Always On = 1
Usage of the ozone generator
Circulation pump = 0
Pump #1 = 1
Pump associated with the ozone generator
Standard (UV) = 0
Timed (Corona) = 1
Type of Ozone generator
Circulation pump = 0
Pump #1 = 1
Pump associated with the Heater
Purge only = 0
With Circ. Pump = 1
With Pump 1, Low speed = 2
Filter cycle configuration
°F = 0
°C = 1
Temperature units used on display
No time display = 0
AM/PM format = 1
24H format = 2
Clock display format
30 to 240 seconds
Cool down of the heating element in seconds
1 to 20 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 1A
1 to 15 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 1B
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programming the in.xe™
Table 2
Parameter
Display
Options
Description
Output 2 current
-------
1 to 15 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 2A
1 to 15 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 3A
1 to 15 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 4A
1 to 17 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 5A
0 to 5 amperes
Current draw of the Direct output
10 to 20
Minimum input current (breaker size)
--
1 or 2 (UL)
1, 2 or 3 (CE)
Number of Phase / Breaker
--
10 to 60A Single Phase (UL and CE)
10 to 48A Dual Phase (UL)
10 to 40A Dual Phase (CE)
10 to 20A Triple Phase (CE)
Available household current
Output 3 current
Output 4 current
Output 5 current
Direct current
Minimum input
current
Number of phases
Input current
Number of Phases selection
UL Menu not available
CE
1 or 2
UL Swim
1 or 2
CE Swim 1, 2 or 3
Maximum Input Current
1 phase 2 Phases
UL
48
na
CE
40
20
UL Swim
60 48
CE Swim
60
40
3 Phases
na
na
na
na
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in.xe™
Table 3
Parameter
Display
Output 1A
--------
Output 1B
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
Output 5
Output Direct
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Options
Description
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 1A
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 1B
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 2A
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 3A
--,1H,1L,2H,2L,3H,3L,4H,
4L,P5,BL,CP,O3,L2,H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 4A
--, H
Accessory connected to the relay of Output 5A
Direct = -CP on Direct = CP
Set to CP only if the circulation pump is connect on the Direct.
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programming the in.xe™
Table 3
Parameter
CP usage
Ozone usage
Ozone Pump
Ozone Type
Heater Pump
Display
-
Filter Config
-
Temp. Units
-
Clock Format
-
Cool down
Output 1A current
Output 1B current
----
Options
Description
CP Standard = 0
CP Always On = 1
Usage of the circulation pump
Ozone with filtration = 0
Ozone Always On = 1
Usage of the ozone generator
Circulation pump = 0
Pump #1 = 1
Pump associated with the ozone generator
Standard (UV) = 0
Timed (Corona) = 1
Type of Ozone generator
Circulation pump = 0
Pump #1 = 1
Pump associated with the Heater
Purge only = 0
With Circ. Pump = 1
With Pump 1, Low speed = 2
Filter cycle configuration
°F = 0
°C = 1
Temperature units used on display
No time display = 0
AM/PM format = 1
24H format = 2
Clock display format
30 to 240 seconds
Cool down of the heating element in seconds
1 to 20 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 1A
1 to 15 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 1B
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in.xe™
Table 3
Parameter
Display
Options
Description
Output 2 current
-------
1 to 15 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 2A
1 to 15 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 3A
1 to 15 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 4A
1 to 17 amperes
Current draw of the accessory connected to the relay of Output 5A
0 to 5 amperes
Current draw of the Direct output
10 to 20
Minimum input current (breaker size)
--
1 or 2 (UL)
1, 2 or 3 (CE)
Number of Phase / Breaker
--
10 to 60A Single Phase (UL and CE)
10 to 48A Dual Phase (UL)
10 to 40A Dual Phase (CE)
10 to 20A Triple Phase (CE)
Available household current
Output 3 current
Output 4 current
Output 5 current
Direct current
Minimum input
current
Number of phases
Input current
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Number of Phases selection
UL Menu not available
CE
1 or 2
UL Swim
1 or 2
CE Swim 1, 2 or 3
Maximum Input Current
1 phase 2 Phases
UL
48
na
CE
40
20
UL Swim
60 48
CE Swim
60
40
3 Phases
na
na
na
na
in.k200
™
compact keypad for in.xe™ spa systems
Giving full control to wet fingers!
keypad overview
in.xe™
in.k200™
Compact series of entry-level keypads that
gives complete control to wet fingers!
In.k200™ is a compact keypad designed to be used with Aeware's
in.xe™ spa systems.
This new series of entry-level keypads comes in a waterproof
plastic enclosure and is available in single pump, dual pump;
dual pump/blower or pump/blower configurations.
Easy to install, in.k200™ comes with an in.link™ connector.
Note: The in.xe™ spa control is also compatible with the following
keypads:in.k200™, in.k400™, in.k450™, in.k600™(streamlined). In.k19™,
in.k35™, in.k4 and in.k8™ (with in.link™ connector).
Note: The following instructions are generic and provide a quick overview
of the main functions. Please refer to your own QRC for specific functions.
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keypad overview
in.xe™
Function description
Smart Winter Mode
indicator
Pump 1
indicator
Pump 2
indicator
Blower
indicator
Light
indicator
Filter
indicator
Heater
indicator
Set Point
indicator
98
Key 1
Key 2
Light key
Up/Down key
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instructions
in.xe™
98
Key 1
Press Key 1 key to turn Pump 1
on at low speed. Press a second
time to turn pump to high speed
(with a dual-speed pump).
A third time turns pump off.
A built-in timer automatically
turns pump off after a predetermined period of time,
unless it has been manually
deactivated.
The “Pump 1” indicator lights
up when Pump 1 is on. With
dual-speed pump, indicator
will flash when Pump 1 is on at
low speed.
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98
Key 2
2 Pump (or single
pump/blower)
Press Key 2 key to turn Pump 2
or Blower on. Press a second
time to turn pump or blower off.
A built-in timer automatically
turns pump off after a predetermined period of time,
unless it has been manually
deactivated.
The “Pump 2” and/or “Blower”
indicator lights up when the
corresponding output is on.
Note: with dual-speed pump,
indicator will flash when Pump 2
is on at low speed.
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Key 2
(2 Pump/Blower)
Press Key 2 to turn Pump 2 on at
high speed. Pressing a second
time turns blower on. A third
press turns Pump 2 off but
leaves blower on. A final press
turns blower off.
A built-in timer automatically
turns pump/blower off after a
predetermined period of time,
unless it has been manually
deactivated.
The “Pump 2” and/or “Blower”
indicator lights up when the
corresponding output is on.
98
Light key
Press Light key to turn light on.
Press Light key a second time to
turn light off.
A built-in timer automatically
turns light off after a predetermined period of time, unless it
has been manually deactivated.
The “Light” indicator lights up
when light is on.
instructions
in.xe™
98
Up/Down key
Off Mode
Programming the system
Setting filter cycle duration
Use Up or Down key to set
desired water temperature.
The temperature setting will
be displayed for 5 seconds to
confirm your new selection.
This mode allows you to
stop all outputs for 30 minutes to perform a quick spa
maintenance.
Depending on system configuration the system performs
either purge cycles or filter
cycles.
Press and hold Light key until
the display shows dxx, with "xx"
representing the duration in
hours. (Default: 2 hours).
Press and hold Key 1 key for
5 sec. to activate the Off mode.
Quick press Key 1 key to reactivate the system before the expiration of the 30 minute delay.
Programming filter cycles
Use Up or Down key to change
setting.
0 = no filtration
24 = continuous filtration
The "Set Point" icon indicates
that the display shows the
desired temperature, NOT the
current water temperature!
While the Off mode is engaged,
the display will toggle between
OFF and the water temperature.
To program the filter cycles, you
must enter these parameters:
duration and frequency. During
a filter cycle, pumps & blower
run at high speed for one minute to purge the plumbing.
Pump 1 or CP then runs at low
speed for the remaining of
the cycle.
Note: it's not recommended to
set this to "0".
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instructions
in.xe™
F 2
F 2
Filter cycle frequency
Programming purge cycles
Purge cycle frequency
Setting the temperature
display units
Press Light key again. The display will show Fx, with "x"
representing the number of
filter cycles per day (up to 4).
(Default: twice a day).
To program the purge cycles,
you must select the frequency.
During a purge cycle, all pumps
and the blower run for one
minute.
Press and hold Light key until
the display shows Fx, with "x"
representing the number of
purge cycles per day (up to 4).
Quick press Light key again.
The display will show either
°F or °C.
Use Up or Down key to
change setting.
When the desired setting is
displayed, press Light key to
confirm. A filter cycle will start
immediately.
The “Filter” indicator lights up
when a filter cycle is on.
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Use Up or Down key to change
setting.
When the desired setting is
displayed, press Light key to
confirm. A purge cycle will start
immediately.
The “Filter” indicator lights up
when a purge cycle is on.
Use Up or Down key to change
units.
Press Light key a last time to go
back to normal mode.
°F = Fahrenheit
°C = Celsius
instructions
in.xe™
Water temperature regulation
In a regulation cycle, the system
first generates water flow
through the heater housing
and the plumbing, in order
to ensure accurate water
temperature readings as well as
avoiding heater activation in
dry conditions.
The system verifies periodically
that all parameters are within
normal range.
If the readings received from
the system are not valid, blanks
(- - -) will be displayed until
normal readings have been
successfully found.
After verifying pump activation
and taking a water temperature
reading if required, the system
automatically turns the heater
on to reach and maintain water
temperature at Set Point. The
“Heater” indicator lights up
when the heater is on. It flashes
when there is a request for
more heat but the heater has
not yet started.
Smart Winter Mode
Cooldown
Our Smart Winter Mode
protects your system from
the cold by turning pumps on
several times a day to prevent
water from freezing in pipes.
The “Smart Winter Mode”
indicator lights up when the
Smart Winter Mode is on.
After heating the spa water to
the desired Set Point, the heater
is turned off, but its associated
pump (Pump 1 Low-speed or
CP) remains on for a certain
amount of time to ensure
adequate cooling of the
heating element, this prolongs
its useful life.
The heater icon flashes during
this time.
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typical settings
in.xe™
In.xe™ typical settings:
Ajustable Regulating Set Point: 59°F (15°C) to 104°F (40°C)
Factory Default Set Point:
Typical 95°F (35°C) / Max 100°F (38°C)
0 to 24 hrs / Factory set at 2hrs
Filter Cycle Duration:
1 to 4 times a day / Factory set at 2
Filter Cycle Frequency:
Filter Cycle Start:
00:00 to 23:59 / Factory set at 12:00
1 to 255 min. / Factory set at 20 min.
Pump Runtime:
1 to 255 min. / Factory set at 120 min.
Light Timeout:
in.k600™ (streamlined)
Keypads available for the in.xe™:
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in.k200™
(LED display, 4 keys, 8 light indicators)
in.k19™
in.k35™
in.k4™
in.k8™
in.k400™
(LCD display, 6 keys, 10 function icons)
in.k450™
(LCD display, 6 keys, 10 function icons)
in.xe™
spa pack error codes summary
In.xe™ error codes
Hr
Error codes indicate a failure
condition or a problem which
needs to be corrected to
ensure proper functioning of
the system. Both the error code
and the water temperature are
alternatively displayed.
An internal hardware error has been detected in in.xe™.
All errors codes will be displayed
on the keypad display.
Prr
The Prr error message indicates a problem with regulation probe.
The system is constantly verifying if temperature probe reading is
within normal limits.
HL
Water temperature at the heater has reached 119°F.
Do not enter spa water!
FLO
The system did not detect any water flow while the main pump
was running.
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spa pack error codes summary
in.xe™
In.xe™ error codes
UPL
No low level configuration software has been downloaded
into the system.
AOH
Temperature inside the spa skirt is too high, causing the internal
temperature in the in.xe™ to increase above normal limits.
OH
Water temperature in the spa has reached 108°F.
Do not enter spa water!
Specifications subjet to change without prior notice.
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Hr error condition / flow chart & step by step
in.xe™
An internal hardware error has been detected
Step-by-Step
Flow chart
Restart the
Spa Pack
and start
& stop all
outputs.
Replace
Spa Pack,
if problem
persist.
•Restart the Spa Pack and start
& stop all pumps and blower.
•If error reappears, replace
in.xe™ Spa Pack.
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Prr error condition / flow chart & step by step
in.xe™
Regulation probe issue
Flow chart
Verify if
regulation
probe is
properly
connected.
Step-by-Step
Replace
heater if
problem
persist.
Replace
Spa Pack,
if problem
persist.
HL Probe & Temp / Regulation Probe
•Verify if regulation probe
(located above the heater)
is properly connected.
•Replace heater if problem
persists.
•Replace Spa Pack, if problem
persists.
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HL error condition flow chart
in.xe™
The system has shut down because the temperature at the heater has reached
119°F (48°C).
Remove spa cover
(even during the night)
yes
Is weather
very hot?
Wait until spa cools
down (add cold water
if needed).
Reset system.*
Start blower, if spa is
equipped with one.
no
yes
Take water
temperature
with a digital
thermometer.
Is water
temp.
119°F or
higher?
* To Reset System:
Turn power Off
and On again at
the main breaker.
yes
Are you getting
correct water
temperature
reading on
the display?
no
Verify if
temperature
probe is
properly
connected.
If so, replace
heater.
Reset system.*
no
When HL error
condition
occurs, does
heater barrel
feel hot? **
** Warning! handle with care as
heater may be really hot!
yes
no
Verify if anything
is obstructing water
flow (closed traps
or dirty filters).
Reset system.*
Verify if Hi-Limit
probe is properly
connected.
Reset system.*
Lower Set Point
below actual water
temperature.
“Heater” indicator
on keypad display
should disappear.
Do you get
a 240 VAC
reading
between
the two
heater wires
on the
board?
If HL error
condition persists,
replace Spa Pack.
If problem persists,
replace heater.
Replace
Spa Pack.
yes
no
Pump is
overheating
water during
filter cycle.
Lower filter
cycle duration.
Reset system.*
If problem persists,
replace Spa Pack.
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HL error condition step-by-step
in.xe™
HL Probe & Temp / Regulation Probe
HL
Water temperature at the
heater has reached 119°F
1• Measure the temperature
with a DIGITAL thermometer and compare its
reading with temp. on the
display. Make sure the temp.
reading is lower than 119°F.
2•If reading is below 119°F:
a- Check if heater barrel feels hot. If it’s hot, verify
if anything is obstructing
water flow (closed valves
or dirty filter).
b- Shut power off and power the spa up again
to reset the system.
c- If HL error condition persists, replace heater.
d- If HL error condition
persists, replace Spa Pack.
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3• If reading is 119°F or higher:
•Verify if the Temp. & High
Limit probes are properly
connected.
•Shut power off and power the spa up again to reset
the system.
•If problem persists,
replace heater.
•If problem persists,
replace Spa Pack.
HL error condition step-by-step
in.xe™
N
If weather is very hot:
If hot weather is not a factor:
1• Remove spa cover (even
during the night). Start
blower if spa is equipped
with one. Wait until spa
cools down (add cold water
if necessary).
2•Lower Set Point below
current water temperature.
• Shut power off and power the spa up again to reset
the system.
The “Heater” indicator
should disappear from
keypad display.
L2
L1 Ground
To shorten filter cycle duration:
3•With a voltmeter, read
voltage between the two
heater terminals.
4•If you do read 240 VAC,
replace Spa Pack.
5•If you do not read 240 VAC,
pump may be overheating
water during filter cycle.
Shorten filter cycle duration.
6• Press and hold Light key for
5 seconds. Display will show
a value that represents the
filter cycle duration in hours.
7•Use Down arrow key to
lower the number of hours.
0 = no filtration
12 = continuous filtration
When the desired setting is
displayed, press Light key
again. The filter cycle will
start immediately.
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Flo error condition flow chart
in.xe™
The system did not detect any water flow while the primary pump was running.
Follow Troubleshooting Flow Chart below to identify the problem:
Make sure that the low-level programming has been properly set, with or without circulation pump (depending on
your system configuration).
There must be
adequate water in
spa for normal use
(a minimum of
18 gpm must
circulate through
the heater)
yes
Is anything
limiting
flow of water
into pipes?
Is pump
working
when you
try to start
it from
keypad?
no
Verify if
in.flo cable
is properly
connected
no
Refer to
“Pump not
Working”
section.
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yes
Remove
anything
obstructing
filter. Clear
any air locks
and verify
water valves.
If problem
persist,
replace
heater
If problem
persist,
replace
Spa Pack
Flo & UPL error conditions step-by-step
in.xe™
in.flo™ cable
No low level configuration software
in system!
Step-by-Step
FLO
Primary pump is activated but
the system doesn't detect any
water flow
•Make sure water valves are
open and that water level is
high enough.
•Check and remove anything
obstructing the filter.
•Make sure there are no
air locks (or that no object
obstructs the passage of
water in the heater channel).
Pumps may make strange
noises.
Follow air lock procedure to
clear them.
•Make sure that the pump
associated to the heater
(primary pump) is running.
•New low level configuration
software needs to be
downloaded into the in.xe™
spa system, without it the
system will not be operable.
•Make sure in.flo™ cable
(located above the heater)
is properly connected.
•Contact our toll free line
for technical support
(1-800-784-3256).
•If problem persists replace
heater.
•If the problem is not solved
replace Spa Pack.
Note: this line is dedicated
to assist authorized service
technicians and dealers only.
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AOH error condition chart & step-by-step
in.xe™
Temperature inside the spa equipment compartment is too high
Flow chart
Remove
spa skirt
and let
system
cool
down,
until
the error
clears.
Step-by-Step
Replace
Spa Pack,
if problem
persist.
•Remove spa skirt and let
system cool down, until the
error clears.
•If problem persists replace
Spa Pack.
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OH error condition chart & step-by-step
in.xe™
Water temp. in the spa has reached 108°F
Flow chart
Measure water
temperature
with a DIGITAL
thermometer
Are you getting
correct temperature reading
on the keypad
display?
yes
Step-by-Step
Remove
spa cover
and let
system cool
down, until
the error
clears.
Add cold
water and
lower filter
cycles.
no
Replace
heater, if
problem
persist
Replace
Spa Pack,
if problem
persist
Replace
Spa Pack,
if problem
persist
•Measure water temperature
with a DIGITAL thermometer
and compare its reading with
temp. on the display. If temp.
reading is different, replace
heater.
•Remove spa cover and let spa
cool down.
•Add cold water and lower
filter cycles.
•If problem persists replace
Spa Pack.
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"Pump 1 doesn't work" flow chart
in.xe™
If Pump 1 is not working,
follow this troubleshooting flow chart:
Refer to specific
section indicated
by error message.
yes
yes
Have any error
messages (FLO,
OH, HL etc.)
appeared on
keypad display?
Is Pump 1
working
in either
speed?
no
Verify if low-level
programming is set
properly.
Does “Pump 1”
indicator appear
on keypad display
when you press
Pump 1 key?
no
yes
Replace
Pump 1 fuse.
Pump 1 still
not working!
yes
Do you get
a 240 VAC
reading (or
120 VAC
for a 120
VAC pump)
for both
speeds?
no
Problem
solved.
no
Replace
keypad.
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Measure
voltage on
the board
for both
speeds.
If still not
working
replace
Spa Pack.
Replace
Pump 1.
yes
no
Replace
Spa Pack.
"Pump 1 doesn't work" step-by-step
in.xe™
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Pump 1 does not work!
•Check for an error condition
on keypad display. If there is
one, refer to the specific section indicated by the error
condition.
•Verify low level programming configuration.
•Verify if “Pump 1” indicator
appears on keypad display
when you press Key 1 button.
•If “Pump 1” indicator does not appear, use a spare keypad
to verify if keypad is defective.
If it is, replace keypad.
If not, replace Spa Pack.
•If “Pump 1” indicator appears when Key 1 button is pressed,
verify if pump works in either speed.
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"Pump 1 doesn't work" step-by-step
in.xe™
Pump 1 fuse
Pin 6
Pin 3
Pin 1
Pin 1
240 VAC at P1 connector:
Pin 3 & Pin 1
240 VAC at P1 connector:
Pin 6 & Pin 1
Pin 3
•If Pump 1 does not work in
either speed, replace Pump 1
fuse.
•If replacing the fuse is not
effective or if Pump 1 works in
only one speed, take voltage
reading on the corresponding
in.link™ connector.
•Turn Pump 1 to high speed
and take voltage reading
between:
Pump up to 20 Amp :
240 VAC: Pin 3 & Pin 1
120 VAC: Pin 3 & Pin 5
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Pin 5
120 VAC at P1 connector:
Pin 3 & Pin 5
Pump up to 15 Amp :
240 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 1
120 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 5
Your reading should be:
240 VAC for a 240 VAC pump
120 VAC for a 120 VAC pump
Pin 6
Pin 5
120VAC at P1 connector:
Pin 6 & Pin 5
•Turn Pump 1 to low speed
and take voltage reading
between:
240 VAC: Pin 6 & Pin 1
120 VAC: Pin 6 & Pin 5
Your reading should be:
240 VAC for a 240 VAC pump
120 VAC for a 120 VAC pump
•If voltage is as it should be,
replace Pump 1.
•If not, replace Spa Pack.
"Pump 2 or blower doesn't work" flow chart
in.xe™
If Pump 2 or blower is not working,
follow this troubleshooting flow chart:
* Only available on IN.XE-5-XX-XXX
Refer to specific
section indicated
by error message.
yes
Measure
voltage on
the board.
yes
Have any error
messages
(OH, HR, etc.)
appeared on
keypad display?
Is Pump 2
or blower
working?
no
Verify if low level
programming is set
properly.
Does “Pump 2” or
"Blower" indicator
appear on keypad
display when you
press Pump 2 or
blower key?
no
yes
Replace
Blower fuse.
Pump 2 still
not working!
yes
Do you get
a 240 VAC
reading (or
120 VAC for
a 120 VAC
pump)?
Replace
Pump 2
or blower.
yes
no
Replace
Spa Pack.
no
Problem
solved.
no
Replace
keypad.
If still not
working
replace
Spa Pack.
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"Pump 2 or blower doesn't work" steb-by-step
in.xe™
98
Pump 2 or blower
is not working!
•Check for an error condition
on keypad display. If there is
one, refer to the specific section indicated by the error
condition.
•Verify low level programming configuration.
•Verify if “Pump 2” or "Blower"
indicator appears on keypad
display when you press Key 2
button.
•If “Pump 2” or "Blower" indicator does not appear, use a spare
keypad to verify if keypad is defective.
If it is, replace keypad.
If not, replace Spa Pack.
•If “Pump 2” indicator appears when Key 2 button is pressed,
verify if pump works in either speed (if dual speed pump).
* Only available on IN.XE-5-XX-XXX
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"Pump 2 or blower doesn't work" steb-by-step
in.xe™
Pump 2 fuse
Pin 6
Pin 2
Pin 1
Pin 1
240 VAC at P2 connector:
Pin 2 & Pin 1
Accessory fuse
•If "Pump 2" or "Blower" does
not work in even when
indicator is on, replace Pump
2 fuse or the accessory fuse
for the blower.
•If replacing the fuse is not
effective, take voltage reading
on the corresponding
in.link™ connector.
240 VAC at P2 connector:
Pin 6 & Pin 1
Pin 6
Pin 2
Pin 5
Pin 5
120 VAC at P2 connector:
Pin 2 & Pin 5
120 VAC at P2 connector:
Pin 6 & Pin 5
•Turn "Blower" on and take
voltage reading between:
240 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 1
120 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 1
•Turn "Pump 2" to high speed
and take voltage reading
between:
•Turn "Pump 2" to low speed
and take voltage reading
between:
240 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 1
120 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 5
240 VAC: Pin 6 & Pin 1
120 VAC: Pin 6 & Pin 5
240 VAC for a 240 VAC blower
120 VAC for a 120 VAC blower
Your reading should be:
Your reading should be:
240 VAC for a 240 VAC pump
120 VAC for a 120 VAC pump
240 VAC for a 240 VAC pump
120 VAC for a 120 VAC pump
•If voltage is as it should be,
replace Pump 2 or blower.
Your reading should be:
•If not, replace Spa Pack.
* Only available on IN.XE-5-XX-XXX
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"Circulation pump doesn't work" flow chart
in.xe™
If Circulation pump is not working,
follow this troubleshooting flow chart:
* Only available on IN.XE-5-XX-XXX
Replace
Cir. Pump.
Verify if low level
programming has
been configured
properly
Do you read
120 VAC for a 120
VAC Cir. Pump
(or 240 VAC for
240 VAC) on the
connector ?
yes
no
Replace
Accessory
Fuse
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Replace Spa Pack
if you still aren’t
getting a voltage
reading.
"Circulation pump doesn't work" step-by-step
in.xe™
Pin 2
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Pin 1
240 VAC at CP connector:
Pin 2 & Pin 1
Accessory fuse
If Circulation pump is not
working:
•Verify low level programming configuration.
•Start circulation pump by
setting temperature set point
2 °F higher than actual water
temperature.
Pin 2
Pin 5
120 VAC at CP connector:
Pin 2 & Pin 5
•Take voltage reading on
the corresponding in.link™
connector:
240 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 1
120 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 5
•If you don't get a voltage
reading, replace the
accessory fuse.
•If voltage is as it should be,
replace circulation pump.
•If not, replace Spa Pack.
Your reading should be:
240 VAC for a 240 VAC pump
120 VAC for a 120 VAC pump
* Only available on IN.XE-5-XX-XXX
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"Ozonator doesn't work" flow chart
in.xe™
If Ozonator is not working,
follow this troubleshooting flow chart:
Ozonator output will be shut down when Pump 1, Pump 2 or blower have been turned on manually.
Replace
ozonator.
yes
Do you read
120 VAC for a
120 VAC ozonator
(or 240 VAC for
240 VAC) on
the board?
Has “Filter
Cycle” indicator
appeared steady
on keypad
display?
yes
Replace Spa Pack
if you still aren’t
getting a voltage
reading.
yes
no
no
Start up a
filter cycle.
Is Pump 1
working?
no
Refer to “Pump 1
does not Work!”
section.
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"Ozonator doesn't work" step-by-step
in.xe™
Pin 2
98
Pin 1
240 VAC at O3 connector:
Pin 2 & Pin 1
Pin 2
If Ozonator is not working:
•Verify "Filter Cycle" indicator
appears steady on keypad.
•If the filter indicator is blinking it indicates that the filter
cycle has been interrupted.
In that case, reset the breaker
by turning the power off and
on again to resume cycle.
•If not, start up a filter cycle
(see Programming filter
cycles section).
Pin 5
120 VAC at O3 connector:
Pin 2 & Pin 5
• If ozonator does not, work even
when filter cycle indicator is on,
take voltage reading on the cor responding in.link™ connector:
Accessory fuse
•If you don't get a voltage
reading, replace the
accessory fuse.
•If voltage is as it should be,
replace ozonator.
•If not, replace Spa Pack.
240 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 1
120 VAC: Pin 2 & Pin 5
Your reading shoud be:
240 VAC for a 240 VAC
ozonator
120 VAC for a 120 VAC
ozonator
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"Nothing seems to work" flow chart
in.xe™
If nothing seems to work, turn off the main breaker off and visually inspect power input cable, gently pull on it to make sure is
properly tighten. Then, follow this troubleshooting flow chart:
Verify if keypad is connected
correctly to Spa Pack.
For 240 VAC systems:
Do you read 240 VAC between
line 1 & line 2, 120 VAC between
line 1 & neutral, 120 VAC between
line 2 & neutral on the board?
yes
For 120 VAC systems:
Do you read 120 VAC between
line 1 & neutral?
Is there a jumper cable connected
between line 2 & neutral?
no
There is an electrical
wiring problem.
Call an electrician.
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Replace
transformer fuse
Replace Spa Pack
if there is still nothing
on keypad display.
"Nothing seems to work" step-by-step
in.xe™
Nothing seems to work!
•Verify that all screws are
properly tighten on the
terminal block.
Turn power off and make
sure that all cables hold firmly
in the terminal block if you
pull on them.
•On the terminal block,
measure voltage between
line 1 and line 2.
For 120 VAC Systems
•Measure voltage between
line 1 and neutral.
•Measure voltage between
line 2 and neutral.
•Measure voltage between
line 1 and neutral.
•You should get 120 VAC.
•You should get 120 VAC.
•You should get 120 VAC.
•If you do not get good
readings, this indicates an
electrical wiring problem.
•If you do not get good
readings, this indicates an
electrical wiring problem.
Call an electrician!
Call an electrician!
•You should get 240 VAC.
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"Nothing seems to work" step-by-step
in.xe™
Transformer fuse
•Verify if keypad is correctly connected to the Spa Pack.
•Replace transformer fuse.
•If problem persists, replace
Spa Pack.
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"Spa not heating" flow chart
in.xe™
If spa is not heating,
follow this troubleshooting flow chart:
Any error
messages
(FLO, HL,
OH, etc.)
on keypad
display?
Ensure temp.
Set Point is
higher than
actual water
temp.
Refer to specific
section referred
to error message.
Replace
heater.
yes
yes
yes
no
Has “Heater”
indicator
appeared
on keypad
display?
no
Do you get
a 240 VAC
reading
between the
two heater
terminals
on the board?
Take water
temp. and
compare with
temp. value
displayed
on keypad.
Is difference
greater than
2°F?
yes
Are heater
screws properly
connected to
the heater?
no
no
Replace
Spa Pack.
yes
Replace
heater.
no
System
works fine.
yes
Replace
heater.
no
Problem
solved.
Tight
screws
properly
Still not
heating?
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in.xe™
"Spa not heating" step-by-step
"Set Point" indicator
"Heater" indicator
N
L2
L1
Ground
240 VAC Heater (4KW or 2 KW)
N
L1
120 VAC Heater (1 KW)
Spa not heating!
•Check for an error condition
on keypad display. If there
is one, refer to specific section indicated by the error
condition.
•If there is no error message,
try to raise water temperature
by increasing the Set Point
2°F higher than actual water
temperature. Press Up key to
increase Set Point.
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•Verify if “Heater” indicator
appears on keypad display.
•The heater indicator will be
on when heater is on. It'll
flash if more heat has been
requested, but heater has not
started yet.
•If heater indicator lights up
on the display, take voltage
reading on the heater
terminals.
•If voltage reading is not as
it should be, verify if heater
terminals are properly
connected .
Your reading should be:
240 VAC: Line 1 & Line 2
120 VAC: Line 1 & Neutral
•If it is, replace Spa Pack.
•In the case of the European
model in.xe.ce™ only,
replace accessory fuse.
•If problem persist, replace
Spa Pack.
"Keypad doesn't seem to work" step-by-step
in.xe™
Keypad doesn’t seem to work!
Keypad connector
If a keypad doesn’t seem to work:
•Verify keypad connections and try spare keypad.
•Replace keypad if problem is corrected.
•Replace in.xe™ if problem is not corrected.
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in.xe™
gfci trips
Important
connections:
Neutral of
GFCI must be
connected to
neutral bus.
Neutral from
spa must be
connected to
breaker.
Ground
wire
Main electrical box
GFCI panel
Warning! Total current output cannot exceed total
current input rating!
From
electrical box
To spa
From
electrical box
To spa
If the GFCI is properly connected but still tripping, unplug all
outputs from the Spa Pack (pumps, blower, heater, ozonator etc).
There are different GFCI models used on the market.
See manufacture's instructions that come with the GFCI for
specific information. Note that all illustrations are examples only.
Reconnect one output at the time until the GFCI trips again.
Verify if GFCI is properly connected.
Note: Incorrect GFCI wiring may lead to a condition where the
GFCI may NOT trip when it should. Therefore, causing electrical
shock hazard. All electrical installations should be done by
qualified personnel only.
If it's not, verify GFCI diagram and reconnect it.
Verify in.xe™ pack wiring (make sure that the neutral and the
ground have not been inverted).
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Replace defective component.
step by step field replacement procedure
in.xe™
in.xe™
Step by Step Field Replacement Procedure
As part of our technical support services, this section provides step
by step proper methods to facilitate the replacement of in.xe™ spa
packs systems in the field.
Tools needed:
• Phillips & flat screwdrivers
• Multimeter
• Open-Ended Adjustable Wrench
• Scraper tool
• Pliers
• GFCI tester
All procedures described in this service manual must only be
performed by qualified personnel, in accordance with the
standards applicable in the country of installation.
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step by step field replacement procedure
Warning!
When replacing an in.xe™ spa
pack, its very important to make
sure to turn Power off before
proceeding.
With a Phillips screwdriver or
a flat screwdriver loosen the
2 screws of the Spa Pack door
and open it.
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Disconnect incoming power
lines by loosening the screws
on the terminals of the terminal
block.
in.xe™
Carefully revise the spa
plumbing schematics and
identify the spa Flow Shut Off
Valves. Make sure that both
Flow Shut Off Valves which
control water inlet before and
after the heater are closed.
Unplug all HC (high current)
outputs. e.g.: Pumps, Blower or
any other accessories.
step by step field replacement procedure
in.xe™
Unplug all LC (Low Current)
outputs. e.g.: main keypad, light
or any other accessory.
Disconnect the grounding
cable from the Bonding Lug of
the in.xe™ Spa Pack.
Using an Open-Ended
Adjustable Wrench loosen
both 2" plastic nuts at each
end of the in.xe™ heater, as
illustrated.
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step by step field replacement procedure
Remove the 2 screws that
hold the front of the unit's feet
attached to the spa floor.
Note: the in.xe™ can be also
wall-mounted. For more details
on wall installation procedure
refer to the wall installation
section of the in.xe™ techbook.
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Release the 2" heater nuts from
both ends of the spa piping.
Release the in.xe™ Spa Pack
by sliding the unit away from
the guide plate that holds the
backside of the unit's feet
in place.
Remove the defective in.xe™
spa pack unit from the spa.
in.xe™
Once that is done, remove the
old in.xe™ keypad from the spa.
Note: the procedure on keypad
replacement shown here is for
educational purposes only.
Is not always necessary to
replace the keypad, unless
it may be the cause of the
malfunctioning of the in.xe™
system. Common sense should
prevail.
When removing the old in.xe™
keypad, make sure to note
the exact model, available
options etc. Ideally, the new
replacement keypad should be
of the exact same model as the
old one.
If it's not, contact our Technical
Support Department for
keypad compatibility list.
step by step field replacement procedure
in.xe™
With an scraper tool, gently
clean the surface of installation
of the new keypad, finish the
job with an alcohol saturated
paper towel to remove any
unwanted residue left over
from the old keypad.
Feed the cable of the new
keypad through the hole
opening in the spa.
Orient the cable's connector
towards the in.xe™ pack to
facilitate its connection later.
Insert the keypad in the
opening.
Peel off the double-sided tape
protective layer from the back
of the keypad.
Make sure that the keypad is
well aligned and rests perfectly
in the recess of the spa.
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step by step field replacement procedure
Secure the keypad in place.
Insure that its adhesive strip
is properly glued by pressing
evenly with your finger over the
entire surface.
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Place a rubber 2" O'ring gasket
at the end of each heater nut, to
prevent water leakage between
the heater nuts and the 2” PVC
heater tailpieces.
in.xe™
When installing the new in.xe™
spa pack, slide back side of the
unit's feet into the guide plate.
Install the new in.xe™ spa pack
in the spa plumbing.
in.xe™
Screw fittings to joint to the spa
pipe system. Making sure that
the piping and nut threads are
not over tighten.
step by step field replacement procedure
Finally, follow same procedure
in reverse order to connect
replacement in.xe™ spa pack.
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how to replace the heater
in.xe™
Warning!
Before starting removal procedure be sure to:
• Turn off electric power to the the unit.
• Ensure spa water valves are closed
(or that the spa is drained).
Using a Phillips screwdriver, loosen the six (6) screws that hold the
heater connections door in place. Once the screws are removed,
disengage the heater connections door.
Loosen and remove the four (4) screws and disengage the
heater bracket.
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hea
ter
con
nec
tion
s do
or
hea
ter b
rack
et
how to replace the heater
in.xe™
L2
L1
Ground
HL Probe &
Temp Probe
in.flo™
240 VAC Heater (4KW or 2 KW)
N
L1 Ground
HL Probe &
Temp Probe
in.flo™
120 VAC Heater (1 KW)
Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the terminals and remove all
electrical heater connections:
Neutral Line (N), Line 1 (L1), Line 2 (L2) and Ground Line (Ground).
Manually remove the HL probe & Temp. probe connector.
Manually remove in.flo™ connector.
Be careful not to damage any connector by twisting or pulling
too hard.
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how to replace the heater
in.xe™
After disconnecting all electrical heater connections, loosen and
remove the two (2) heater nuts retaining the heater.
Disengage heater from in.xe™ pack by slightly twisting in such way
that the bottom of the heater comes out first and pull the heater
away from the pack.
Replace the defective heater with a new one, and repeat the same
procedure in reverse order to reconnect replacement heater to the
in.xe™ pack.
Heater nut
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in.xe™
specifications
in.xe™ UL/CSA electrical specifications
in.xe.ce™ TUV electrical specifications
Input rating :
Or: Input rating :
Or:
120/240 VAC nominal (+ 5/- 10 %)
(2 lines required with neutral) 48 A Max,
120 VAC nominal only (+ 5/- 10%)
single line with neutral) 16 A Max,
60Hz nominal (+ 1. 5 / -1.0 Hz).
Output ratings:
Output ratings:
Output Voltage
Maximum Current Out 1 120/240 V 20 FLA/70 LRA (in-rush) Pump 1 High Speed
Out 2* Out 3* Out 4 Out 5 L1 CO C1 120/240 V 15 FLA/60 LRA (in-rush)
Pump 1 Low Speed
240 V
15 FLA/60 LRA (in-rush)
Pump 2
120/240 V 6 FLA/10 A (CP)/Blower
120/240 V 6 FLA/10 A
Ozone Generator
120/240 V 10 A (always ON)
Audio/Video device
12 VAC
1 A
Light
Communications port Comm.connector (in.stik™)
Tub side controller
Typical Device
heat.wav™ ratings:
Voltage:
Current:
Flow rate: 230/400 VAC nominal (+ 5/- 10 %)
(2-phase system) 20 A Max per phase
230 VAC nominal (+ 5/- 10 %)
(single-phase system) 40 A Max
50 Hz nominal (+ 1. 5 / -1.0 Hz)
Output Voltage
Out 1 Out 2*
Out 3* Out 4 Out 5 L1 CO C1 Maximum Current Typical Device
230 V 15 FLA/60 LRA (in-rush) Pump 1 High & Low
230 V 15 FLA/60 LRA (in-rush) Pump 2
230 V 6 FLA/10 A (CP)/Blower
230 V 6 FLA/10 A Ozone Generator
230 V 10 A (always ON) Audio/Video device
12 VAC 1A
Light
Communications port Comm.connector (in.stik™)
Tub side controller
heat.wav™ ratings:
120 or 240 VAC, 60 Hz
17A resistive (4 kW at 240V)
8.5 A resistive (1kW at 120v)
Minimum of 18 GPM is required
Voltage:
Current:
Flow rate: 230 VAC, 50 Hz
8.7 A resistive (2kW at 230v)
5.7 A resistive (1.3 kW at 230v)
16.5 A resistive (3.8 kW at 230v)
Minimum of 18 GPM is required
Important:
• All low voltage acccessories use + 5Vdc and/or + 12 Vdc.
• All low voltage acccessories combined: 150 mA max, on + 12 Vdc.
• The maximum amperage for outputs 3 to 5 cannot exceed 12 Amps.
* Only available on IN.XE-5-XX-XXX
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in.xe™
specifications
General specifications:
Environmental:
Operating temperature (*)
North American model in.xe™:
0˚C (32˚F) to 60˚C (140˚F) for Pump 1 up to 15 A
0˚C (32˚F) to 50˚C (122˚F) for Pump 1 up to 20 A
European model in.xe.ce:
for single-phase system (32 A Max) or 2-phase (2 x 16 A)
0˚C (32˚F) to 60˚C (140˚F)
for single-phase system (40 A Max) or 2-phase (2 x 20 A)
0˚C (32˚F) to 50˚C (122˚F)
(* Controller must be installed under the spa skirt)
Storage temperature: -25°C (-13°F) to 85°C (185°F)
Humidity: up to 85% RH, non condensing
IPx5 level of waterproofing is conditional on 3 items:
• Both front covers (heater and input wiring) are closed and
screwed shut.
• A suitable waterproof strain-relief/bushing is used for the cable
entry into the pack.
Mechanical:
Weight: 4.76 kg (10.5 lbs)
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Chassis: 441.5x298.5 x129 mm (17.38" x 11.75" x 5.1")
UL/CSA Standards:
UL 1563 Fifth Ed.
UL File: E182156
CSA No. 22.2 - 218.1-M89.
TUV Standards:
EN/IEC 60335 - 2 - 60: 2003/2002 - EN/IEC 60335 - 1: 2002/2001
(incl. Corr. & Am. up to 2004)
EN55014-1
EN55014-2
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
The in.xe.ce™ is lab tested to IPx5 enclosure protection levels.
• Any unused in.link™ connection (HC, LC, or low voltage) is plugged with the appropriate blank plug.
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