1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty
If within the warranty period specified, this product fails
due to a defect in material or workmanship, Intermatic
Incorporated will repair or replace, at its sole option, the
unit free of charge. This warranty applies only to the
original purchaser and is not transferable. This warranty does not apply to: (a) damage caused by accident, abuse, mishandling, dropping, acts of God, or any
negligent use; (b) units which have been subject to
unauthorized repair, opened, taken apart, or otherwise modified; (c) units not used in accordance with
instructions; (d) damages exceeding the cost of the
product. Some states do not allow a limitation of
damages, so the foregoing limitation may not apply
to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights
and you may have other rights that vary from state
to state. INTERMATIC INCORPORATED WILL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL
OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND THE
WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY MODIFIED TO EXIST
ONLY AS CONTAINED IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY,
AND SHALL BE OF THE SAME DURATION AS THE
WARRANTY PERIOD STATED ABOVE. This warranty
service is available by either (a) returning the product
to the dealer from whom the unit was purchased, or (b)
mailing postage prepaid to the nearest authorized service center listed. Please be sure to wrap the product
securely when mailing to avoid shipping damage. This
warranty is made by: Intermatic Incorporated – After
Sales Service, 7777 Winn Road, Spring Grove, Illinois
60081-9698 phone: (815) 675-7000
AFTER SALES SERVICE – INTERMATIC INCORPORATED
http://www.intermatic.com
7777 Winn Road, Spring Grove, Illinois 60081-9698
158PE12523
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INTERMATIC
MULTIPURPOSE CONTROL
MECHANISM MODEL: P1353ME
ATTENTION
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO
INSTALL YOUR INTERMATIC MULTIFUNCTION
CONTROL SWITCH. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH
INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL
INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE! RETAIN
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Table of Contents
Page
Table Of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Warning and General Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation Tips & Useful Information . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Viewing the Software Revision Level
It may be necessary to view the revision level of the
internal programming for service purposes, or compatibility issues with future Intermatic Designs. To do so,
simply follow the below procedure:
Step #1 Identify Connections & Voltage Selection . .6,7
Step #2 Installing The Shutter Bushing . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Step #3 Routing & Connecting Low Voltage
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
1. Make sure the Multipurpose Control is not in programming mode. Press and hold down the ENTER key
until the display changes.
Step #4 Snap In The Multipurpose Control . . . . . . . . 10
Step #5 Installing Corrugated Tubing . . . . . . . . . . 11,12
Mode Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
An Overview of the Multipurpose
Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,15
Step #6 Ratings, Wiring Schematics
and Mode Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 –
Rating for All Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 1 (Aux1, Aux2, Aux3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 2 (Pump High, Pump Low, Aux3) . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 3 (Filter Pump, Aux2, Clear Pump) . . . . . . . . .
Mode 4 (Pump High, Pump Low, Cleaner Pump) . . . .
Mode 5 (Pump, Aux3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Step#7 Setting The Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
2. After 5 seconds, the display should change to the
revision level. The r1 stands for revision one, r2 for revision two and so on.
Step#8 Setting The ON/OFF Times . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,27
Step#9 Setting The Firemen Switch Time . . . . . . . . . 28
Step#10 Setting The Freeze Temperature . . . . . . . . 29
Runtime Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Firemen Switch Runtime Display .
Freeze Control Runtime Display . .
Cleaner Pump Runtime Display . .
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Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Countdown Timer . .
Clearing all ON/OFF Events . . . .
Viewing Revision Level . . . . . . .
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3. Release the ENTER key after viewing the revision
level. The revision level should disappear and return
back to the time of day.
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4. If you desire to change the entered runtime, simply
push and hold either the up or down arrow key, then
push and hold the corresponding ON/OFF key. You can
now use the arrow keys to modify the current runtime.
Clearing all scheduled ON/OFF
Events Quickly
There are many ways to clear all the scheduled ON/OFF
events. You can refer back to step #8, pages 24 & 25,
and walk through and clear each of the events, or you
can follow the below procedure and clear all the events
at one time. This function is helpful when you want to
start your event programming from scratch and disable
all the current ON/OFF events.
1. Press and hold down the PROG key. The display
time will blink
INTRODUCTION
The Intermatic Multipurpose 24-Hour Control is an easy
to program three-circuit mechanism capable of automatically switching loads according to a preset daily schedule
and providing control over a variety of different applications. This control is designed to switch resistive loads up
to 17 amps, and can handle single phase motor loads up
to 17 Full Load Amps (FLA) for each individual circuit. Its
unique preprogrammed (MODE) selections allow you to
customize your control from the simplest of applications
such as lighting, heating, or air conditioning, to the more
sophisticated pool or spa pump and light applications. Its
extended features list such as the freeze control sensor
or remote control allows you to add on those features at
anytime. Designed as a mechanism, the Intermatic multipurpose control can be installed in any existing Intermatic
panel or rain tight enclosure in the industry today. We are
confident you will find this control to perform to your high
expectations, and continue to watch for new innovations
from Intermatic Inc.
IMPORTANT NOTE
2. After approximately 5 seconds, the SET CLOCK
will disappear and the display time will stop blinking.
This Owners Manual is designed to demonstrate
the installation and operating procedure for the new
Multipurpose Çontrol into any Intermatic panel. If
your Intermatic panel is designed with the new low
voltage raceway, the corrugated tubing included
with this control is not required to be installed.
Simply use the raceway in place of the tubing for
all low voltage accessories.
3. You have now cleared all the scheduled ON/OFF
events. Refer to step #8 to set new ON/OFF
event times.
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WARNINGS AND GENERAL
SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING: Disconnect all power before installing or servicing this
control or its connected loads.
Special Features
Setting The
Countdown Timer
3. The outdoor enclosure, in which the control is
installed, must be grounded.
The countdown or runtime timer allows you to turn on
a desired load for a predefined amount of time without
interrupting or setting a new On/Off event. This feature
is useful when chemicals are added to the pool or spa
water, and the pump needs to circulate the chemicals
for a minimum amount of time. You can define a countdown time for any or all of the three available circuits.
The countdown time can range from 1 minute to 23
hours, 59 minutes. The countdown time will override all
scheduled On/Off events for that particular circuit, and
can only be cleared by manually turning off the circuit
with the On/Off key.
4. Do not exceed the maximum current carrying
capacity of this control.
1. Make sure the desired circuit you wish to enter a
countdown time for is in the OFF position.
5. Always replace the plastic insulator covering the
terminals before turning power “ON”.
2. Choose the circuit you wish to enter a countdown for,
in this case Circuit #1. Push and hold down its ON/
OFF key, and at the same time push the up or down
arrow to enter the Runtime Mode
1. Follow all local electrical and safety codes, National
Electric Code (NEC), as well as Occupational Safety
and Health Act (OSHA).
2. If the power disconnect point is out of sight, lock it
in the “OFF” position and tag it to prevent unexpected
application of power.
6. Strip the line and load wires by removing 1/2 inch of
insulation. DO NOT USE ALUMINUM WIRE. Insert the
wire ends under the proper terminal plates and tighten
the screws firmly. Use AWG #10 through #18.
7. DO NOT TOUCH the circuit board components since
static discharge could damage these components.
3. Use the Up/Down keys to change the runtime
amount, in this case 1 minute. Release the ON/OFF
key when you have reached the desired runtime. The
circuit will now stay ON for the defined runtime entered.
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Cleaner Pump Runtime Display
The cleaner pump should always be connected to circuit #3 and the mode setting should be set to #3 or #4,
depending on the filter pump configuration. Before the
cleaner pump can come on, circuit #1 (filter pump) must
be on for more than 30 seconds. If the filter pump is off
and the cleaner pump must turn on because of a manual action or the beginning of a program, the control first
forces the filter pump to go on, then 30 seconds later,
turns the cleaner pump on. A blinking cleaner pump
icon indicates the cleaner pump will start after the
minimum 30-second delay.
INSTALLATION TIPS & USEFUL
INFORMATION
1. It’s important to review, and install, all the possible
low voltage accessories, (i.e. Firemen Switch, Remote
Control, Freeze Probe), prior to installing the Multipurpose Control into an Intermatic control center.
Refer to pages 6 and 7 for further accessory details.
2. Each section of this installation manual is designed
to be in the proper order of installation. It was designed
this way to make your installation as easy as possible.
Please follow each section carefully. Only skip sections
that do not pertain to your particular installation.
3. It is important to set the Source Voltage Selector
Jumper to the proper 120 VAC or 240 VAC position.
Failure to set switch in proper position may blow F1
fuse and/or cause damage to circuit board voiding the
manufactures warranty. Please refer to pages 6 and 7
for jumper information.
Like the other outputs, the cleaner pump icon is solid
after the cleaner pump has turned on. In the event
someone manually turns off the filter pump, the cleaner
pump will also turn off.
If the control is connected to a two-speed pump, with
a cleaner pump connected to circuit #3, the control
should be in Mode 4. If the filter pump is off, or in low
speed, and the cleaner pump must turn on because of a
manual action or the beginning of a program, the control
first forces the filter pump to turn on high speed, then 30
seconds later, turns the cleaner pump on.
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4. The “ON/OFF” keys are provided for service
operations and for circumstances where instantaneous
response is required. If the intent of this control is to
turn equipment on and off everyday at the same time,
programming individual events for each circuit will
ensure these functions take place.
5. In the case of a power outage, all programmed
events and parameters will stay in memory for 40 years.
The time of day will be maintained for a maximum of
8 hours. If the power outage exceeds the 8-hour time
limit, the clock will reset the time to 12 AM, and continue
to implement the programmed events based on the new
time of day. The new time will blink until changed.
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STEP #1
Remote Control Connection – This connector is where you would connect the
Intermatic Remote Control Part Number 133PE1484A(optional). This control
allows you to remotely turn On or Off all three available circuits. It also
has status lights that indicate when a load is On, Off or delayed.
Heater Firemen Switch Connection – This connector is where you would connect the two
firemen switch wires that connect to the Pool/Spa heater. The installer supplies the wires and
connectors. The connectors should be female spade connectors crimped to insulated type
wire. This connection is a SPST contact, and simply switches the supplied
heater voltage. It does not supply voltage to the heater thermostat. Refer to Page 28 for
programming information.
Freeze Probe Connection – This connector is where you would connect the Intermatic Freeze Sensor
Part Number 178PA28A (optional). It needs to be installed in order for the freeze protection circuit and
programming to work. Power needs to be disconnected when connecting the freeze sensor. Only an
Intermatic sensor will work with this controller. Refer to Page 29 for programming information.
IDENTIFY LOW VOLTAGE ACCESSORY CONNECTIONS
AND SET PROPER VOLTAGE SELECTION
Freeze Control Runtime Display
The following example illustrates how the display will
look when the freeze control feature is activated. In this
example, the freeze sensor was connected, enabling the
freeze control feature. Circuits #1 & #3 were
programmed to come on during a freeze condition.
Aux #1 & #3 will blink indicating the control has activated these two circuits due to a freeze condition. To override the circuits during a freeze condition, simply press
and release each of the corresponding ON/OFF keys.
This will override the freeze control and turn the devices
OFF. The override will only last for one hour, so if the
freeze condition still exists after one hour, circuits #1 &
#3 will come back on.
The freeze protection stays enabled until the outside air
temperature exceeds the programmed freeze temperature for more than one minute.
IMPORTANT NOTE
The freeze protection feature will not work unless you
have installed the freeze sensor probe. Refer to page
six of this manual for ordering and installation instructions, and step #10 for freeze programming instructions.
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The AUX1 indicator is blinking indicating the cool
down feature is activated for circuit #1. The cool down
feature only effects circuit #1, in all five possible modes
of operation. When the count down display reaches
zero, circuit #1 will open and the display will change
back
to the time of day.
CUT WIRES HERE AND USE TWIST ON WIRE
CONNECTORS FOR CONNECTING FIREMEN
SWITCH WIRES FROM HEATER
WARNING
If voltage selector is in wrong position, the F1 fuse will blow and you may
cause damage to circuit board voiding
the manufactures warranty.
240V
120
240V
If the input voltage for the clock is
120 Volts, this jumper needs to
be set to the 120 Volt position.
showing minutes and seconds.
120
The following example illustrates how the display will
look when the cool down feature is activated. In this
example, the cool down time was set for 5 minutes,
and is in the process of counting down to zero,
Source Voltage Selector Jumper
This jumper needs to be set to the
proper input voltage for the clock
circuitry. The factory default position
for this jumper is the 240 Volt position.
Runtime Definitions
Firemen Switch Runtime Display
Figure #1
Fuse
You can override the cool down feature by simply
pressing and releasing the ON/OFF key associated with
circuit #1. This will end the cool down cycle, and
immediately turn off circuit #1.
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STEP #2
INSTALLING THE SHUTTER BUSHING
STEP #10
Setting The Freeze Temperature
NOTE
Control Center
The freeze temperature programming will not appear
unless you have installed the Intermatic freeze sensor, (See Fig. #1 for installation and ordering details).
Without the freeze sensor installed, programming will
end once you have finished programming the cool
down cycle, and pressed and released the Program
key to advance.
1. Use the program key to save and advance to the
Freeze Temperature setting.
Figure #2
Shutter Bushing
Installation Procedure
IMPORTANT NOTE
The shutter bushing needs to be installed if you
intend to connect the Firemen Switch and/or
Freeze Sensor accessories. If installing the Remote
Control accessory a separate conduit may be
required. The bushing would not be used for the
Remote Control accessory.
1. Find any available 3/4” knockout.
2. Remove the knockout, and install the shutter bushing.
The 1st circuit is the factory selected default, and 32°F
is the default temperature setting.
2. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to increase or
decrease the desired freeze temperature trip point.
The range trip setting is 32°F thru 44°F.
3. After you have selected the proper temperature,
push and release the desired ON/OFF keys to indicate
which circuits should come ON when that temperature
is reached.
4. When programming is complete, push and release
the Enter key or Program key to end your programming session.
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STEP #9
STEP #3
Setting The Firemen
Switch Time
ROUTE ACCESSORY WIRES AND
CONNECTORS INTO ENCLOSURE AND
CONNECT TO THEIR PROPER LOCATIONS
NOTE
Installation Procedure
The cool down time is a time defined by the programmer. It’s used in conjunction with a pool heater,
(See Fig. #1 for heater hookup), and it’s defined as the
additional time the pump will run over and beyond the
desired pump OFF time. If a time is programmed,the
cool down cycle will occur in all cases, even if the user
turns off the pump. To override the cool down time,
simply press and release the ON/OFF key a second
time during the cool down cycle. NOTE: The cool down
feature only applies to circuit #1, in all modes.
1. Use the PROG key to advance to the Cool Down setting.
1. Push the Firemen Switch wires and/or the Freeze
Sensor Cable through the installed Shutter Bushing
and into the control center. Connect these accessories
to the back of the multipurpose control mechanism
(See Figure #1 for connector locations).
2. If you are installing a Remote Control Unit, pull the
Remote Control Cord from the Conduit and connect to
the back of the control mechanism.
Firemen Switch Wires
Freeze Sensor Cable
Remote Control Cable
Control Center
2. The default cool down time is zero. Use the arrow
keys to modify the cool down time. The range is zero
to fifteen minutes. Use the Enter key or Program key
to either save and exit, or save and advance to the next
programming feature.
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Shutter Bushing
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Figure #3
STEP #4
SNAP THE MULTIPURPOSE CONTROL
INTO THE INTERMATIC PANEL
IMPORTANT NOTE
Since you have easy access to the back of the
Multipurpose Control, make sure you properly set
the source voltage selector jumper to the voltage
(i.e. 120V or 240V), you intend to use for powering
the Multipurpose Control. This jumper is located on
the back of the control (See Figure #1 for location
and setting).
Installation Procedure
1. Rotate the Multipurpose Control mechanism until
the Tabs line up with the Slots. Slide the bottom half
in the Slots, and push the top half into the Bracket until
the mechanism snaps into the Bracket Slot.
Bracket Slot
Bracket
Tabs
Slots
All manual ON operations for circuits 1 & 2 override all
programmed ON times. Therefore, any desired low and
high-speed run combinations need to be programmed
as separate events and not controlled by combining the
manual ON/OFF key with a scheduled event. The last
speed started manually has priority over all prior
automatic and manual operations.
Example: You would like to run the pump in high speed
for 6 hours and low speed for the remainder of the time.
Program a 6-hour event for high speed, and an 18-hour
event for low speed. Do not turn the low speed on manually, and program a 6-hour event for high speed. The
high speed will not occur.
MODE 3 – (Filter Pump, Aux2, Cleaner Pump) Since the
cleaner pump cannot turn on unless the filter pump has
been on for at least 30 seconds, anytime an ON/OFF
time is programmed for the cleaner pump the filter pump
will come on first and 30 seconds later the cleaner pump
will turn on. Both the cleaner and filter pump will turn off
according to the programmed off time. When programming an event for the cleaner pump, it is not necessary
to program a separate event for the filter pump, as it will
automatically turn on when the cleaner pump turns on at
its next scheduled on time.
MODE 4 – (Pump High, Pump Low, Cleaner Pump) This
mode is a combination of modes 2 and 3; therefore refer
above to modes 2 & 3 for programming specifics. If the
cleaner pump is programmed to come ON, the control will
turn ON the filter pump to high speed 30 seconds prior to
turning the cleaner pump ON, even if the filter pump is
currently on in low speed.
MODE 5 – (Aux1, Aux3) Both of the available circuits act
independently similar to mode 1, therefore you can set up
to three individual on/off times for each circuit and they
will act independently.
Figure #4
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IMPORTANT NOTE CONCERNING SETTING
THE ON/OFF TIMES FOR EACH MODE
1. The “ON/OFF” keys are provided for service operations, and for circumstances where instantaneous
response is required. If the intent is to turn equipment
on and off everyday at the same time, programming
individual events will ensure these functions take place.
2. All circuits will respond to a programmed off time.
Therefore, when a circuit is turned on with the “ON/OFF”
key, it automatically turns itself off at the end of the next
programmed event.
3. If there are no events programmed, the circuit stays
on until the “ON/OFF” key is pressed again.
4. If the “ON/OFF” key is pressed while the corresponding circuit is on, it turns the circuit off and supersedes
any program in progress. The priority is always given to
the last manual operation.
MODE 1 – (Aux1, Aux2, Aux3) All three of the available
circuits act independently, and up to three individual on/
off times can be set for each circuit independently.
MODE 2 – (Pump High, Pump Low, Aux 3) In this mode
circuits 1 & 2 are connect to a two speed pump, and
Aux 3 is connected independent of circuits 1 & 2. In the
event, you program high and low speed to be on at the
same time, or the independent ON times overlap, high
speed will always take precedence.
Example: Low speed is programmed to come ON at
noon and run until 6 PM. High speed is programmed
to come on at 2 PM and turn off at 4 PM. In this case
the pump will come ON at noon in low speed, go to high
speed at 2 PM, and back to low speed at 4 PM, and
shut off at 6 PM.
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STEP #5
CUT & INSTALL TUBING OVER THE LOW
VOLTAGE ACCESSORY WIRES AND/OR CORDS
1. The installation of the corrugated tubing kit (part of
mechanism), Part Number 156PA12927A is necessary
in order to create a double barrier of insulation between
the low voltage accessory wires and high voltage line
and load wires.
2. Depending on your particular Intermatic Control
Center and low voltage accessories to be installed,
refer to the following three examples for installation tips
and useful information.
3. Secure the tubing using the cable ties and selfadhesive retainers supplied with the tubing kit.
1. If enough tubing exists,
you can cut and install two
separate tubes, one for the
Firemen Switch and/or Freeze
Sensor, and one for the
Remote Control.
Retainer and Cable
Tie Location
Shutter Bushing
Example #1
Firemen Switch
Wires
Freeze Sensor
Cable
Remote Control
Cord & Conduit
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2. If the conduit for the Remote
Control Cord isn’t attached to the
control center, or if the Remote
Control is not installed, only one
corrugated tube is necessary.
3. Once you are satisfied with the start time, press and
release the Enter Key. You have now saved the start
time, and the display will prompt you for the desired
Stop time for circuit #1’s 1st event.
Retainer
Shutter Bushing
Example #2
Firemen Switch
Wires
Freeze Sensor
Cable
3. If there is not enough tubing
left to run two separate tubes,
a splice connecting to the
adjacent tube is acceptable.
Retainer
Remote Control
Cord & Conduit
4. Use the Up and Down arrows keys to define the
stop time for circuit #1’s 1st event. Press and release
the Enter key when complete. The program will now
advance to the second event for circuit #1.
Tube For Firemen
Switch and/or Freeze
Control Wires
Shutter Bushing
5. The display indicates, no 2nd event for circuit #1 has
been defined. Follow the previous tasks 2 thru 4 to set a
second event for circuit #1.
Example #3
Tube For Remote Control Cord
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Conduit For Remote
Control Wire
NOTE
The ENTER key can be used to review all the events
for each circuit. The program key will advance you
through each circuit and onto the next programming
feature.
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IMPORTANT NOTE
STEP #8
Setting On/Off Times for Each Circuit
You should have now completed installing the Intermatic Multipurpose Control
and available accessories. Prior to wiring the equipment to the control, you
should read and understand Step #6,
which clearly defines the individual circuit ratings, available mode settings and
their relative wiring diagrams. Below is
a quick reference Mode Table. This will
help you to quickly identify each possible circuit output. Refer to
Step #6 for a more complete definition.
1. If you pressed and released the program key from
the previous procedure, you should see the following
display, if not, press and release the program key twice
to get to the following display. The display is defined
as:
Mode Table
Circuit #1’s first event has not been defined. You
have the ability to program up to three separate events
per load or circuit. An event is defined as a complete
On and Off cycle.
2. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to define the Start
time for circuit #1’s 1st event.
MODE
SETTING
CIRCUIT #1 CIRCUIT #2 CIRCUIT#3
CHOOSE MODE 1 TO CONTROL ANY THREE INDEPENDENT CIRCUIT
1
AUX (ANY DEVICE)
AUX (ANY DEVICE) AUX (ANY DEVICE) CHOOSE MODE 2 TO CONTROL A TWO SPEED PUMP AND ONE INDEPENDENT CIRCUIT
TWO SPEED FILTER PUMP
2 HIGH SPEED
LOW SPEED
AUX (ANY DEVICE) CHOOSE MODE 3 TO CONTROL A SINGLE SPEED PUMP WITH CLEANER PUMP
AND ONE INDEPENDENT CIRCUIT
SINGLE SPEED
3 AUX (ANY DEVICE) AUX (ANY DEVICE) FILTER PUMP
CHOOSE MODE 4 TO CONTROL A TWO SPEED PUMP WITH A CLEANER PUMP
TWO SPEED FILTER PUMP
4 HIGH SPEED
LOW SPEED
CLEANER PUMP
CHOOSE MODE 5 TO CONTROL TWO INDEPENDENT CIRCUITS WHERE ONE CIRCUIT
REQUIRES BOTH LEGS TO BE DISCONNECTED?
AUX (ANY DEVICE)
5 LEG ONE (L1 or N)
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LEG TWO (L2 or L1)
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AUX (ANY DEVICE) DISPLAY
Indicates time of day
and programming settings
during programming mode.
AN OVERVIEW OF THE MULTIPURPOSE CONTROL PANEL
STEP #7
Setting The Time
1. Press and release the program key. The displayed
time will start to blink, and the program menu will
display Set Clock.
2. Use the Up and Down arrows to change the time.
Take note of the AM and PM indicator when
setting time.
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Program Key
PROGRAM BUTTON
This button is used to enter
programming mode and access
different programming features
MODE BUTTON
With a small tool, press and hold this button down for
5 seconds. Using the Up and Down arrow keys, you
can select the appropriate preprogrammed mode that
matches your particular pool or spa equipment pad
configuration. Hit the ENTER key when finished.
3. When desired time is indicated, either press and
release the Enter key to save and exit programming,
or press and release the program key to save and go
on to the next programming feature.
Program
Menu
Displayed
Time
AM & PM
Indicator
Up and Down
IMPORTANT NOTE
When in programming mode, if none of the available
keys are pushed within 60 seconds, the multipurpose control will save all settings and return
back to normal operating mode.
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Arrow Keys
Circuit outputs will
be defined
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Mode
Number
Blinks
2. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to cycle through
all five available modes. Each circuit output will be
defined as you cycle through the available modes.
SET MODE
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CIRCUIT 1,2, &3
These six terminals are where you wire your equipment
source voltage and equipment load lines. You can have
different source voltages for each circuit, depending on
your equipment requirements.
1. With a small pointed tool, (i.e. pen, pencil, screwdriver, etc…) Press and hold the Mode Button
(Approximately 5 seconds) until the display shows
SET MODE and the Mode Number blinks.
TIMER POWER
These two terminals are where you wire 120V or 240V
to power the multipurpose control. Be sure the jumper
on the back, matches the source voltage. See Pg. 6&7
DISPLAY
Figure #5
3. Once the desired mode number is displayed, press
and release the ENTER key. This saves it to memory
and exits the set mode programming.
ON/OFF BUTTONS
Turns on and
off circuit functions.
ARROW BUTTONS
These buttons are used to
increase or decrease programming parameters when
in programming mode.
Mode Button
ENTER key
ENTER BUTTON
This button is used to save programming changes to memory
and exit programming mode.
Setting The Mode
STEP #6
MULTIPURPOSE CONTROL
RATINGS, WIRING AND SETTING THE MODE
IMPORTANT NOTE
There are five modes to choose from depending on
your pool or spa equipment pad configuration. Each
mode has specific programming, timing, and lockout
features that are designed to work with specific types
of pool or spa equipment. Mode setting is generally
done only once and usually during the initial installation. It is purposely difficult to enter the mode-changing program and should only be done by a Qualified
Installer. Be sure you fully understand each mode definitions and installation, prior to selecting the proper mode.
Mode 5 – (Pump, Pump, Aux3) Circuit one and two
are now coupled together making up one circuit capable
of switch both poles of a power source. The On/Off
button for circuit one now controls both circuit one and
two simultaneously. The On/Off button for circuit two
is disabled. Circuit three remains a single pole circuit for
a generic load, and is independent of circuits one and
two.
Control Ratings and Individual Circuit Ratings
CLOCK SOURCE VOLTAGE: 120/240V AC, 50/60 Hz.
POWER CONSUMPTION: 6W Max.
CONTACT CONFIGURATION: SPST – each circuit
CONTACT RATINGS – EACH CIRCUIT, ALL MODES:
- 17A Resistive, 120/240V AC
- 17 FLA, 80 LRA 120/240V AC
- 5A Tungsten, 120/240V AC
- 5A Ballast, 120/240V AC
EVENTS PER CIRCUIT: 3 On/Off Events Per Circuit
MEMORY RETENTION:
- 40 Year retention for all programmed settings
- 8-hour time retention
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
CLOCK CIRCUIT PROTECTION:
- Fast acting type 5x20, 125 mA Fuse
120V or
240V Load
120V or
240V Load
16
21
Mode 4 – (Pump High, Pump Low, Cleaner Pump)
Circuit one and two are dedicated single pole outputs for
a two-speed pump load. Circuits one and two will never
be ON at the same time, consistent with a two-speed
pump application. Circuit three is also a dedicated single pole output for a pressure side cleaner pump. Circuit
three will never come on unless circuit one is on for at
least one minute, consistent with a pressure side cleaner
pump.
High
Speed
Line
Low
Speed
Line
Defining & Wiring
Each Mode
Mode 1 – (Aux1, Aux2, Aux3) Each of the three single pole circuits are defined generically, and can control
any load within each of its individual circuit ratings. All
three circuits act independent of each other.
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V load
Common
120V or 240V
Two Speed Pump
20
120V or
240V load
120V or
240V Cleaner
Pump Load
17
120V or
240V load
Mode 2 – (Pump High, Pump Low, Aux3) Circuit
one and two are dedicated single pole outputs for a
two-speed pump load. Circuits one and two will never
be ON at the same time, consistent with a two-speed
pump application. Circuit three is single pole circuit for a
generic load, and independent of circuits one and two.
High
Speed
Line
Mode 3 – (Pump, Aux2, Cleaner Pump) Circuit one
and three are dedicated single pole outputs for a single
speed pump working with a pressure side cleaner
pump. Circuit three will never come on unless circuit
one is on for at least one minute, consistent with a
pressure side cleaner pump. Circuit two is a single
pole circuit for a generic load, independent of circuits
one and three.
Low
Speed
Line
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
120V or
240V source
Common
120V or 240V
Two Speed Pump
18
120V or
240V load
120V or
240V Pump
Load
120V or
240V load
19
120V or
240V Cleaner
Pump Load