OWNERS MANUAL
Do not return the product to be repaired to the retailer from whom the product was
purchased. ALL REPAIRS NEED TO BE SENT TO DRIVEN DESIGNS.
For Service Call Driven Designs, Inc.
(616) 794-9977
Between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM EST.
DRIVEN DESIGNS, INC.
1135 S. Bridge St.
Belding, MI 48809
Phone 616.794.9977
Fax 616.794.9987
www.poolpatrol.com
POOL PATROL PA-25 & PA-30
Other Pool Patrol products
Pool Patrol Door & Gate Alarm
Model (GA-20)
This GA-20 will monitor when a door, gate, or
slider is opened. It can be set for a seven
second or zero second delay mode. It does not
come with a receiver and will only sound within
the unit itself. The alarm comes complete with
all the necessary mounting hardware and
instructions. It is powered by one 9 volt alkaline
battery (battery not included). Packed one per
carton.
Pool Patrol Door & Gate Alarm with
a Receiver (Model GA-30)
The GA-30 includes all of the features of a GA20 above plus a receiver. The receiver can be
placed up to 200 feet away as a remote
indicator of an open gate. The receiver has an
on/off switch with an "on" indicator light and is
powered by a 120 volt A.C. wall transformer.
Gate Alarm is powered by one 9 volt alkaline
battery (battery not included). Packed one per
carton.
Pool Patrol Pool Alarm (Model
PA-20) without Remote Receiver
The alarms come complete with all the
necessary hardware and instruction for in pool
placement. It does not come with a receiver
and will only sound within the unit itself. It is
powered by one 9 volt alkaline battery (battery
not included). Packed one per carton.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PA-25 & PA-30 ...................................................................................................................... 5
General ............................................................................................................ 5
Box Contents ................................................................................................... 6
PA-30 contents............................................................................................ 6
Pool Patrol Models .......................................................................................... 6
PA-20 .......................................................................................................... 6
PA-30 .......................................................................................................... 6
PA-25 .......................................................................................................... 6
INSTALLING OR CHANGING THE BATTERY ..................................................................... 7
SENSITIVITY ADJUST.......................................................................................................... 8
ALARM RESET ..................................................................................................................... 9
ALARM PLACEMENT ......................................................................................................... 10
Soft Sided Pools ............................................................................................ 12
RECEIVER .......................................................................................................................... 13
Setup ............................................................................................................. 13
Transmission Modes ...................................................................................... 13
Mode Change ................................................................................................ 13
SN mode........................................................................................................ 14
ID mode ......................................................................................................... 14
Learn Mode ................................................................................................... 14
Erasing Memory ............................................................................................ 14
Resetting the Receiver .................................................................................. 15
RECEIVER PLACEMENT ................................................................................................... 15
SYSTEM TESTING AND OPERATION ............................................................................... 15
TESTING THE ALARM .................................................................................. 16
LOW BATTERY ............................................................................................. 16
FALSE ALARMS ............................................................................................ 16
POOL COVERS .................................................................................................................. 17
STORING YOUR ALARM ................................................................................................... 17
CONNECTING TO A HOME SECURITY SYSTEM ............................................................ 17
Closed Loop .................................................................................................. 18
Open Loop ..................................................................................................... 18
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................ 19
Pool Patrol limited warranty ................................................................................................ 21
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Pool Patrol limited warranty
TABLE OF FIGURES
Figure 1 Battery Cover ............................................................................. 7
Figure 2 Battery Clip ................................................................................ 7
Figure 3 Sensitivity Adj ............................................................................ 9
Figure 4 Sensitivity Marks ....................................................................... 9
Figure 6 Recommended placement for pools larger than 20 x 40 ft. .... 11
Figure 5 Recommended placement for pools smaller than 20 x 40 ft... 10
Figure 7 Float Tab................................................................................. 11
Figure 8 Filter Inlet Position................................................................... 12
Figure 9 Receiver ................................................................................... 13
Figure 10 Mode Button ........................................................................... 14
NC18
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Figure11 Security ConnectionsNO
..............................................................
C
Normally
Normally
Common
Closed
Open
Driven Designs, Inc. warrants that your product when purchased from an approved dealer,
except as noted below, is on the date of purchase free from defect in material and
workmanship for two years. We will correct any such defect without charge if you return the
complete product, either in person or by other shipping means prepaid, to Driven Designs,
Inc. Service Center within two years after the date of purchase.
IMPORTANT
Do not return the product to be repaired to the retailer from whom the product
was purchased. ALL REPAIRS NEED TO BE SENT TO DRIVEN DESIGNS.
–
Warranty service must be performed by Driven Designs, Inc. and damage or loss of any
kind resulting from servicing by any other person is not covered under our warranty.
Please return the product postpaid to Driven Designs, Inc., 1135 S. Bridge St., Belding, MI,
48809, Attn:
Service
Department.
For
questions
you
can
email
vlanting@drivendesigns.com or call (616) 794-9977 Monday-Friday 8 am – 5 pm Eastern
Time.
This warranty does not cover damage caused by acts of God, accident, misuse, abuse, or
by affixing any unauthorized accessory or alteration of the product, or by connection of the
product to any but the specific current and voltage indicated in the accompanying
instruction booklet, or by any other conditions beyond our control.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDED BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF FITNESS AND MERCHANTABILITY ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO TWO YEARS
FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights, which vary
from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so that the
above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
No responsibility, obligation, or liability is assumed for the installation or maintenance of the
Pool Patrol Alarm or for any incidental or consequential damages.
Please remember to include your information when sending returns to Driven
Designs. Your Name, Address, City, State, Zip, Phone Number, email address, and a
description of the issue if there is one.
DRIVEN DESIGNS, INC.
1135 S. Bridge St.
Belding, MI 48809
Phone 616.794.9977
Fax 616.794.9987
www.poolpatrol.com
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FCC ID
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,
INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED
OPERATION.
INFORMATION TO USER
NOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED
MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH ODIFICATIONS
COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
QUIPMENT.
POOL PATROL PA-25 & PA-30
PA-25 & PA-30
Congratulations on the purchase of the finest pool alarm in the market.
The alarm is manufactured in the USA with the highest quality and we
stands behind every Pool Patrol sold. The alarm is designed with
plastics engineered to resist cracking and fading over time. The
electronics are microprocessor controlled using the latest in transmitter
and receiver technology. During assembly each alarm goes through
several rounds of inspection and testing to ensure years of trouble free
service.
General
This manual is written for the PA-25, and 30.
The POOL PATROL Alarm is intended to be an additional layer of
security to protect your loved ones. The POOL PATROL Alarm is not
intended as a life saving device. It is not intended to replace any other
safety considerations; such as adult supervision, lifeguards, fences,
gates, pool covers, locks, etc. The POOL PATROL Alarm may not detect
from gradual entry.
It is important to spend sufficient time in becoming familiar with the
operation of your POOL PATROL Alarms and to properly test the unit so
that it adequately covers all areas of the pool for the person(s) or pet(s)
you wish to protect.
IMPORTANT:
Do not use this product prior to reading the instructions.
Do not allow the pool alarm to float free.
Do not drop, submerge, mistreat, or place unit upside down in
the pool.
Do not use when pool sweeps are in use or while cleaning.
Do not place in pool near filter return area.
Do not use with other objects in pool, such as toys, dispensers,
chairs, etc.
Do not alter or attempt to repair the unit yourself.
Do not leave out overnight until you have learned how to
operate the alarm.
The PA-25 and PA-30 POOL PATROL Alarms meet the requirements of
ASTM* Standard F2208-08**. *American Society for Testing and
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Materials. This alarm was tested by an independent lab and is
mandatory in some states. The PA-20 does not meet ASTM standards.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Box Contents
The Pool Patrol is packaged in a shipping carton that minimizes the
chance of damage do to shipping and handling. Check for damage and
confirm that the contents of the carton include the following items.
Pool alarm will not work.
Low or missing battery. Replace battery with a new 9V alkaline.
PA-30 contents
Floating Alarm (Transmitter)
Receiver with Power Supply
String Kit (String with two black plastic hooks)
If any of the items above are missing, contact Driven Designs for
replacement.
Basic Operation
The alarm is designed to detect a wave created on the surface of the
water. When the alarm is floating in the pool, a metal sensing post on
the bottom of the alarm is continuously making contact with the water. A
sensing ring under the rim of the blue cover is just above the water but
not making contact. When a wave is created and makes contact with the
sensing ring the alarm will sound.
Pool Patrol Models
There are currently three models of the Pool Patrol Pool Alarms; PA-20,
PA-25, and PA-30. This instruction manual covers the PA-25 and the PA30.
PA-20 - This model is a stand-alone unit only. It is a basic unit
intended to only alert you at the pool of any intrusion. This
model will not transmit and will not work with and does not
include the receiver.
PA-30 - This model has a transmitter and receiver. It is intended
to alert you at the pool of any intrusion and will transmit to a
receiver located nearby. The PA-30 is ASTM F-2208 compliant.
The PA-30 contains a transmitter and includes a receiver.
Pool alarm makes a chirp sound occasionally.
The battery voltage may be low. Replace battery with a new 9V alkaline.
Pool alarm was working and is now it is not.
Oxidation can build up on the sensing post. Lightly clean with steel wool.
Pool alarm gives false alarms.
Check that the alarm is not near the filter or pump. Be sure the filter inlet
is pointed downward. See Figure 8 page 12. Try decreasing the
sensitivity. Follow the SENSITIVITY ADJ on page 8.
Water can be heard inside pool alarm.
Remove battery and return the pool alarm and receiver to Driven
Designs for service.
The LED on the receiver does not light.
Be sure wall transformer is plugged into a 110VAC outlet and the power
jack is plugged into the receiver. Check that the ON/OFF switch is ON.
Receiver is turned on but does not work when the pool alarm is
triggered.
Receiver may be too far from alarm. Relocate. Receiver may be in a
building with metal siding or with foil insulation. Relocate near a window.
Alarm sounds for no apparent reason.
A neighbor may have the same alarm. Place the receiver in ID mode
and train the transmitter to the receiver. See RECEIVER and Mode
Change page 13.
PA-25 - This model is designed with a transmitter and will work
with the PA-30 and its receiver. Sometimes large pools require
more than one alarm but do not require additional receivers. The
PA-25 is intended to work with the PA-30’s receiver allowing
multiple alarms to be purchased, without additional receivers.
This model will transmit but does not include a receiver. The PA25 is ASTM F-2208 compliant when included with a PA-30.
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To connect to a home security system there is a connector at the bottom
of the receiver with three inputs: (See Figure 11)
Figure11 Security
Connections
NO –
Open
NC – Normally
Closed
Normally
C - Common
The home security system will connect to two of the three terminals.
Check the security system documentation to determine if the system is
an “open loop” or a “closed loop” system. These inputs are connected to
a relay and only provide an open or closed contact.
Closed Loop
If the security system is closed loop, the connections are made to the
“C” and “NC” terminals. When the receiver alarms the relay will open
and trigger the home security system.
Open Loop
For an open loop system, connections are made to the “C” and “NO”
terminals. When the receiver alarms the relay will close and trigger the
home security system.
INSTALLING OR CHANGING THE BATTERY
The pool alarm requires a 9V alkaline battery. One 9V alkaline battery
will last for one year under normal use. The battery is in a compartment
under the floatation base. You will need a Philips screw driver to remove
the battery cover.
1)
Turn
the
alarm
upside down. Note the black
floatation base and the words
“BOTTOM” and the word
“SENSITIVITY” with an arrow
to
“INCREASE”
or
“DECREASE” the sensitivity.
To remove the float, turn the
black flotation base in a
counter-clockwise direction
or in the “DECREASE”
direction, until the base is
Figure 1 Battery Cover
loose from the upper blue
housing. Figure 1 is a picture
of the battery cover with the float removed.
2) Once the floatation base is
off locate the battery cover
(Figure 1). Remove the
two screws and lift off the
battery cover and gasket
exposing the 9V battery
clip.
3) Snap a 9-volt alkaline
battery on to the battery
clip
(Figure
2)
and
carefully insert the 9V
battery and clip into the
battery compartment.
Figure 2 Battery Clip
IMPORTANT
Use only a 9V alkaline battery. Be careful when installing or
removing the battery as the battery clip can break.
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4) Replace battery cover with the gasket being careful to seat the cover
into the battery compartment. Tighten the cover down with the two
retaining screws. Do not over-tighten screws. Tighten enough so
the gasket is firmly and evenly compressed between the cover and
the battery housing to prevent any water from getting into the battery
compartment.
5) Return the black flotation base to the threaded stem of the upper
blue housing. As in Step 1 above note the word “BOTTOM” written
on the floatation base. Be sure the floatation base words “BOTTOM”
and the word “SENSITIVITY” with an arrow to “INCREASE” or
“DECREASE” are visible. Carefully rotate the base in a clockwise
direction on the threaded post.
IMPORTANT
Be careful not to cross thread the stem with the floatation base.
The floatation base should be level with the blue housing and
turn fairly easy with just a little resistance.
6) Reset pool alarm by turning it upside down for 5 seconds.
7) To test the unit, carefully place the alarm in the pool with the float
and center post in the water. Tip the alarm so that the sensing ring
(which is towards the outer edge and under the blue housing) makes
contact with the water. When the water is in contact with the center
post and sensing ring at the same time the alarm should sound.
POOL PATROL PA-25 & PA-30
Note:
Do not leave out overnight until you have controlled the alarm with
proper adjustment of the sensitivity setting and a secure tie down.
POOL COVERS
Your pool alarm can work with solar covers. Cut an area out of your
cover making a ½ circle shape large enough for the alarm to float freely.
Fold the ½ circle over to expose the pool water. Carefully place the
alarm in the ½ circle of exposed water. Sensitivity may need to be
adjusted.
STORING YOUR ALARM
To use the pool, remove the alarm from the pool, shake off the excess
water around the sensing ring and center post, and place it next to the
side of the pool away from the area of play. When the pool is no longer
in use, wait 10 minutes to let the water settle in the pool. Pick up the
alarm, reset it and carefully place it back in the pool at the location
decided in “Alarm Placement”.
When you need to store it for a long period of time (several months),
remove the 9-volt battery and replace battery cover and float. Turn off
the receiver and unplug the wall transformer.
Place all alarm
components in the box it came in and store it in a dry, secure area.
CONNECTING TO A HOME SECURITY SYSTEM
SENSITIVITY ADJUST
Turning the black flotation base clockwise or counterclockwise (Figure 3)
raises or lowers the sensing ring with respect to the water. The closer
the sensing ring is to the water, the more sensitive the alarm. Turn the
black flotation base gently clockwise until it stops. Do not force it. This
is the most sensitive position and the position that was used to pass
ASTM testing. Moving the float from this position will no longer meets
ASTM requirements.
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If you have a home security system the receiver can be installed to work
with your security system. It is recommended that you install the
receiver to the security system one week after installing the pool alarm.
This gives you some time to work with the alarm, and have the sensitivity
set to your conditions avoiding false alarms.
IMPORTANT:
Make sure the pool alarm sensitivity is set correctly. This will
help to avoid false alarms with the security system.
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TESTING THE ALARM
Before the testing, be sure the sensitivity of the pool alarm is at the most
sensitivity position (ref: SENSITIVITY ADJUST). Reset the alarm by
turning it upside down and place it carefully in the pool at the location
previously determined in ALARM PLACEMENT.
Increase
Move to an area of the pool that is farthest from the alarm. Carefully dip
the bucket in the water and fill it. Lift and hold the bucket approximately
6” above the water and drop it into the pool.
Decrease
The alarm should sound with the wave created by the bucket. The
receiver should also sound immediately after the alarm in the pool was
triggered. Reset both alarms.
Test at other locations in the pool to make sure your alarm works at all
locations. Between tests wait 10 minutes to allow waves to settle.
IMPORTANT
If any adjustments are made to the sensitivity, adjust the float a
¼ turn at a time. Track the total amount of turns that you make
and write it down. This will save you time later when you need
to change the battery or set-up for next season.
LOW BATTERY
Your pool alarm is equipped with a low battery indicator. If your 9-volt
alkaline battery drops below 6V it will sound a “chirp” once every 60
seconds. The receiver will also chirp once every 60 seconds to indicate
the alarm in the pool has a low battery.
Replace the battery in the pool alarm following INSTALLING OR
CHANGING THE BATTERY on page 7, next reset the remote receiver
following the Resetting the Receiver on page 13.
FALSE ALARMS
You may find that one setting is ideal for regular use when the surface
water is placid, however, it may cause false alarms if there are winds
greater than 12 MPH or during a storm. To avoid false alarms, you may
decide to temporarily decrease the sensitivity. You should then retest
your alarm at the new setting to verify that it will sense the child or pet
you wish to protect at all areas of the pool.
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Figure 3 Sensitivity Adj
The “Sensitivity Marks”
(Figure 4) can be used as
a general indicator for the
sensitivity position.
Should
the
sensitivity
need to be adjusted start
making adjustments by
turning the float only a ¼
turn at a time. Test the
alarm
after
each
adjustment (see testing
page 3).
We do not
recommend turning the
float out more than three
full turns.
Figure 4 Sensitivity Marks
ALARM RESET
To reset the alarm at any time pick up the alarm and turn it upside down
(180º angle) for 5 seconds. This action will reset the processor and
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place the unit into an inactive mode. Turning the alarm right side up will
enable the processor and place the unit into a ready state.
If the alarm is sounding it will automatically reset after 3 minutes and
return to its ready state. To reset and turn off the alarm manually, lift the
alarm out of your pool, shake off the excess water around the sensing
ring and center post, and turn the alarm upside down (180º angle) for five
seconds.
briefly turn green and then red. When the LED is back to red, the
receiver is back to normal operation in ID mode.
After the pool has settled (about 10 minutes) you can replace the pool
alarm in the pool.
IMPORTANT
Resetting the pool alarm will not reset the receiver. After sounding, both
the transmitter and receiver will automatically reset after three minutes.
Resetting the Receiver
The remote receiver will sound the alarm for 3 minutes and automatically
reset after such time. To reset the remote receiver flip the on/off switch
to “off” for several seconds and then back “on”.
Turning off the alarm in your pool will not deactivate the
receiver alarm inside your house.
Turning off the receiver inside your house will not turn off the
alarm in your pool.
RECEIVER PLACEMENT
ALARM PLACEMENT
One pool alarm can be used for all pool types. This includes aboveground, in-ground, inflatable and soft side pools.
Use the placement suggestions in Figure 5 to determine the best
placement for your pool shape.
It is best to place the receiver next to a window or wood door adjacent to
the pool with-in 200 feet from the transmitter. Do not place the receiver
near steel walls, cabinets, on or alongside an electrical appliance, such
as a computer, or on a metal surface as this may affect signal reception.
The pool alarm will not transmit its signal through the ground.
The receiver should be placed at an elevation higher than the top of the
pool. It is not recommended to place the receiver below this line as the
receiver may not receive the transmitted signal. Placing the receiver in
front of a window overlooking the pool will increase the ability of the
receiver to accept the signal.
Once the receiver has been placed, test the alarm multiple times to be
sure it will receive the transmitted signal.
SYSTEM TESTING AND OPERATION
Figure 5 Recommended placement for pools smaller than 20 x 40 ft.
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A two gallon bucket will be needed for this test. One gallon of water
weighs approximately 8 lbs. The bucket filled with water will weigh
between 15 and 20 lbs. This is the weight required to properly perform
the test. If a two gallon bucket is not available one can use two 1 gallon
containers of milk filled with water and tie the handle together with a
string. Be sure the string is long enough so the gallons can be retrieved
after each test.
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the mode button down while turning on the receiver. Once the receiver is
turned on, release the mode button. The unit has now changed modes.
POOL PATROL PA-25 & PA-30
If your pool is larger than 20 x 40 ft. we recommend using more than one
pool alarm. Refer to Figure 6 for placement of more than one alarm.
SN mode
In this mode the receiver will accept any Pool Patrol transmitter.
ID mode
In this mode the receiver will only accept the transmissions from only
those ID codes the receiver has learned. It locks out all other
transmitters.
Mode
Button
Learn Mode
With the receiver in ID mode,
pushing and releasing the
mode button once will put the
receiver in learn mode causing
the LED on the front of the
receiver to turn green. Learn
mode will timeout after 18
seconds and the receiver will
go back to normal operation
causing the LED will go back
to red. Once in learn mode the
receiver is waiting for the ID
code from a transmitter.
Trigger the transmitter and
send the serial number and ID Figure 10 Mode Button
number to the receiver. To
trigger the transmitter connect the ring and post with a paper clip or piece
of wire.
Figure 6 Recommended placement for pools larger than 20 x 40 ft.
Determine where in the pool the alarm will be placed.
string and clips included with the alarm.
Remove the
Measuring from the center of the alarm, place the alarm approximately
12” to 18” inches from the side of the pool. From this position determine
where the tie-down locations will be. Cut the string to length and leave
approximately 2' of slack in the string for the alarm to function and be
removed easily.
Tie down
locations should be as close to
the water level as possible for
the best results.
The receiver will take the ID number and store it in memory. Up to 8
transmitters can be learned by each receiver. If the receiver accepts the
ID code from the transmitter the green LED will turn off and on and then
turn red and blink rapidly.
Note: To keep the nylon string
from unraveling tie a knot in the
end or use heat to melt the
strands together.
Erasing Memory
Place the receiver in ID mode. Holding the mode button in for 10
seconds will erase the receiver memory. All of the transmitter ID
numbers stored in memory will be cleared. Once the mode button is
pressed the LED will turn green for 10 seconds. When the LED turns off
the memory is erased. After releasing the mode button the LED will
Tie one end of each string to
each tab on the float (Figure 7).
Tie the other end of the stings to
each tie down location of the
Figure 7 Float Tab
pool. Do not place the alarm
any closer than one foot from the side of your pool.
Leave
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approximately 2' of slack in the string for the alarm to function and be
removed easily. Tie down locations should be as close to the water level
as possible for the best results. You can tie down to your ladder, diving
board, or the plastic hooks that are supplied.
IMPORTANT
Do not apply adhesive-backed hooks to your pool as removal of
the hooks may tear your pool.
Do not place your alarm next to the filter return. The filter inlet of your
pool should be pointed downward (Figure 8) at an angle toward the
bottom of the pool and away from the water surface. This will reduce any
surface waves and will help to avoid any false alarms when the pump
turns on.
Correct
POOL PATROL PA-25 & PA-30
RECEIVER
Your receiver works with the pool alarm allowing you to monitor your pool
from within your house. When the floating alarm is activated it sends a
signal to activate the receiver.
Setup
Plug in the power jack to a wall outlet and plug the other end into the
power jack connector (Figure 9). Turn power switch to “on” position, the
red LED indicator will turn on.
Speaker
Indicator
LED
Incorrect
Power
Jack
Security
System
Connections
Figure 9 Receiver
Figure 8 Filter Inlet Position
Soft Sided Pools
Tie one end of the string to the tab on the float (Figure 7), leave about 23 foot of slack, tie the other end of the sting to either a adder or another
fixed area.
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Transmission Modes
The receiver has two modes of operation: Serial Number mode (SN
mode) and ID mode. When the receiver is in SN mode it will accept the
transmission of any Pool Patrol transmitter (this is the default setting).
The serial number is common to all transmitters. When the receiver is in
ID mode it will accept the serial number plus the ID number of the
transmission. The ID number is unique to each transmitter.
Mode Change
To change from SN mode (default) to ID mode or back from ID mode to
SN mode, turn off the receiver. Locate the mode button on the top left
corner of the receiver (Figure 10). Using a paper clip or tooth pick hold
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