Ecotech Marine MP40w ES VorTech Instruction manual

Quick Start Guide
MP40w ES
MP10 ES/ MP10w ES
For the full VorTech Pump manual, please visit our website at
www.ecotechmarine.com.
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Read this manual before installing or using your Vortech Propeller pump.
This manual guides you through safe and proper installation, operating procedures and
techniques.
All information contained in this manual is current at the time of printing.
Because EcoTech Marine, LLC, is commited to continuous product development, we
reserve the right to make product, design, and informational changes without notice.
For further instruction, additional, supplemental, or new information on advanced
functionality, troubleshooting and the service and maintenance of your pump please visit
EcoTech Marine’s website, located at www.ecotechmarine.com
This quick start guide is designed to get you started using your new VorTech Propeller Pump. This is
not intended to provide adequate information on the advanced features and modes of the pump.
For these features, please refer to our full instruction manual at www.ecotechmarine.com.
Before You Start
Preparation
Once you have chosen the location where you wish to install your VorTech pump, clean away any algae, using
an aquarium scraper. Use caution when handling an aquarium scraper.
Notes on placement
Take care to place the VorTech in a suitable location where corals are not directly in the line of flow. Place
the pump sufficiently high enough above a fine sand bed so that sand is not blown around by the output or
undertow created by the VorTech.
Protect the pump from water
The VorTech’s motor housing and driver are NOT WATERPROOF. Any water allowed into these components
can damage them enough to require replacement. This kind of damage is NOT covered in the VorTech’s warranty. Protect these components from splashes, drips or other contact with water.
Break-in
The VorTech pump is engineered to adapt to its aqueous environment. During the first week of use, your
pump may run noisey or stall. The noise should quiet dramatically after 24 hours of use and any stall conditions can safely be reset by manually cycling the power to your pump.
Warnings
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The VorTech utilizes very powerful magnets and can cause severe personal injury.
NEVER connect the two halves of this device without a proper spacer in-between.
NEVER place either half of this device near magnetically attractive surfaces or sensitive electronics.
The motor and driver can become HOT. Be cautious around these surfaces.
Never run the pump dry as the heat buildup may cause damage to its components.
Do Not Drop Your VorTech Pump - The VorTech is highly engineered to be as small and powerful as possible. As a result the VorTech is fragile. All precautions must be taken to avoid dropping the wet-side and
dry-side. After a fall onto the floor, both the wet side and dry side can be permanently damaged. Evidence
of this include cracking of the advanced ceramic axle within the wet side (MP10 versions only), or the dry
side running loudly. The VorTech pump SHOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED TO FALL to the floor. Damage from
dropping will not be covered under warranty.
Maintenance
Cleaning your VorTech
The VorTech may need thorough cleaning of the components periodically to keep it running optimally. This can
be accomplished by disassembling the wet side of the pump and gently brushing the components with a soft
brush under running water. Soaking these parts in a mild acid solution such as vinegar may be necessary if
there is debris buildup. Do not use strong acids as this may damage the components.
1 Visit www.ecotechmarine.com for further information on the maintenance of your VorTech Pump
Your VorTech MP40w ES
Specifications and Operating Parameters
Flow: 1,000-3,200 gallons/hour (3,785 - 12,100 liters/hours)
Maximum Motor Temp: 122-140 degrees F (50-60 degrees C)
Aquarium Wall Thickness: 3/16” to 3/4” (5mm to 19mm)
Power: 6-30 watts
Drive Shaft Screw
Washer
Drive Shaft
Frame Cover
Plastic Coated Magnet
O-ring
Propeller Ceramic Bearing
Wet Frame
Drive Shaft Nut
1.Push
Nozzle
To remove the nozzle from the wet-frame, remove the entire wethalf of the pump from the aquarium and place it on a non-metallic
surface. Gently but firmly press down on the nozzle with your palm
and twist counter-clockwise. The nozzle should become free of the
wet-frame. It may then be cleaned of any obstructions.
3.Remove
2.Twist
Adjust the Pin Spacer (MP40w ES Only)
The VorTech pump is designed to operate with a constant gap between
both halves of the device. The pin spacer is used to ensure the proper
spacing for various aquarium wall thicknesses.
• Make sure to measure your aquarium’s glass thickness using a ruler
or contact the aquarium manufacturer in order to determine the exact
thickness.
• To adjust for the proper aquarium thickness, pull the rubber pin spacer
from the motor housing. Then align the VorTech’s power cord emerging from the motor with your aquarium’s wall thickness to achieve the
proper offset from your aquarium.
Note: 3/4” (19mm) thick aquariums do not use the pin spacer at all.
IMPORTANT: When adjusting the pin spacer, be sure not to bend the rubber pins
as they are inserted into the holes within the heat sink as this may permanently damage your VorTech. Bent
pins WILL NOT be covered under warranty.
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Attach the MP40w ES
Attach the motor assembly
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Apply the rubber gasket at the chosen location for the VorTech pump, on the
outside of your aquarium.
Apply the cord mounting tab approximately 2” (50mm) above this location.
Make sure the glass is clean and free of any grease or dirt prior to applying
this tab.
Place the VorTech motor, with or without the pin spacer attached, upon
the black gasket, and secure the cord to the mounting tab using one of the
provided wire-ties.
The cord must be positioned pointing upwards so that if the VorTech were to
fall off the aquarium, it does not swing and damage your aquarium or pump.
When operating, make sure the gasket is properly recessed within the pin
spacer.
Attach the wetside assembly
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Place the wet side into the aquarium, making sure to allow ALL air to escape
from the propeller housing.
Carefully connect both halves of the pump together and visually align both
Your VorTech MP10/MP10w ES
Motor
Wet Frame
with Axle
1.Push
3.Remove
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2.Twist
O-Ring
Ceramic
Washer
Rotor
Nozzle
Specifications and Operating Parameters
Flow: 200-1575 gallons/hour (750 - 5,962 liters/hour)
Aquarium Wall Thickness: 1/8” to 3/8” (3mm to 10mm)
Power: 6-18 watts
To remove the nozzle from the wet frame, remove the entire wet
half of the pump from the aquarium and place it on a non-metallic
surface. Gently but firmly press down on the nozzle with your
palm and TWIST CLOCKWISE. The nozzle should become free
of the wet frame. It may then be cleaned of any obstructions. Be
careful to minimize force when twisting the wet frame.
Attach the MP10/MP10w ES
Attach the motor assembly
• Apply the cord mounting tab approximately 2” (50mm) above the desired location of your VorTech pump. Make sure the glass is clean and free of any grease
or dirt prior to applying this tab.
• Place the VorTech motor upon the tank wall in your pre-determined location, and
secure the cord to the mounting tab using one of the provided wire-ties.
• The cord must be positioned pointing upwards so that if the VorTech were to fall
off the aquarium, it does not swing and damage your aquarium or your pump.
Attach the wet side assembly
• Place the wet side into the aquarium, making sure to allow ALL air to escape
from the propeller housing.
• Carefully connect both halves of the pump together and visually align both halves
of the pump.
IMPORTANT: For glass thicknesses of 1/8” (3mm) and 3/16” (5mm) you must use
the included rubber spacer in between the motor and the glass. There is no need
to use this spacer on glass thicknesses of 1/4” (6mm) or 3/8” (10mm). Failure
to use the included rubber spacer on glass thicknesses of 1/8” (3mm) and 3/16”
(5mm) can damage your pump. Damage of this sort will not be covered under
warranty.
Align Your Vortech Pump (All Versions)
• Turn the VorTech pump to constant speed mode (indicated by a green LED)
by pressing the mode button which is located on the driver, then set to the
maximum speed by using the speed control knob on the driver.
• Plug the power supply into the driver. If vibration or excessive noise is
detected, carefully adjust the propeller housing by moving it VERY slightly
left, right, up or down, until the noise/vibration is eliminated or minimized as
much as possible.
• After alignment has been ensured, adjust to the mode of your choice and
turn the speed control knob to achieve the desired flow rate within your
aquarium.
IMPORTANT: If the VorTech is not properly aligned, a strong vibration will be
heard. If the alignment is not corrected, this can cause increased electrical
consumption, excessive wear on the components, excessive heat and excessive
noise.
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Programming Multiple Pumps
NOTE: When using a single VorTech pump, no wireless configuration is necessary
A pump group consists of one master pump and at least one slave pump. There can only be one master pump
per group which can include an unlimited number of slave pumps. In order to set a pump as a master or a slave,
the aquarist must first enter the VorTech Pump’s configuration mode. Within configuration mode one can do
one of three different things:
•Reset the pump’s memory back to independent mode
•Set the pump as a master
•Set the pump as a slave
Masters and slaves must be set as groups and each group must be programmed separately. You must perform
the following steps in the order listed to correctly program your EcoSMART driver. You may setup a maximum of
seven separate groups, each having a unique master pump.
EcoSMART Pump Positioning
Master Pump
*Shown here in Constant Speed mode.
Sync/Anti-Sync Pump Setup
Can Operate in Constant Speed, Random,
EcoSMART, Short Pulse and Long Pulse Modes.
Slave Pumps (Orange, White, Turquoise)
White
Constant, Random, Short & Long Pulse modes: Sync
EcoSMART mode: Same side as master
EcoSMART Setup
Orange
Random, Short & Long Pulse modes: Anti-Sync
In EcoSMART mode: Opposite side as master
Back of Tank
Turquoise (EcoSMART Only)
EcoSMART Mode: Back of the Tank
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hold
Step 1: Clear Driver Memory
The internal memory of each unit must be cleared before setting up
a group.
Mo
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hold
Set
Mo
Step 3: Assign the Master
Set the master pump by pressing the mode button. The LED will
then blink blue and green.
Step 4: Assign the Slaves
Set all the slave pumps by pressing the set button on each driver.
The LED will then blink blue and yellow.
NOTE: If any slave blinks blue and red, it was too far away from the
master driver and could not communicate properly.
Step 5: Complete Master/Slave Assignment
Hold the mode button on the master pump after completing ALL
the master/slave assignments. Your master pump will return to
the mode you were previously in and your slave pump will default to
white (sync). You have successfully completed assigning Master/
Slave.
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Set
Pump
Resets
hold
Step 2: Enter Configuration Mode
All pumps in a group must then be set into configuration mode
before the assignment of slave or master status. This configuration
must be performed with the drivers in close proximity to ensure
proper assignment. The drivers will blink red, white and blue in this
mode.
hold
Mo
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Set
tap
Mo
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tap
Set
hold
Mo
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Pump
Resets
Step 6: Toggle Slave pumps between Sync/Anti-Sync/EcoSmart
Press the mode button to toggle your slave pumps between Sync/Anti-Sync/EcoSmart slave modes.
Note: EcoSmart slave mode only available when Master Pump is in EcoSmart TSM or EcoSmart NTM modes.
Step 7: Begin Normal Operation
Use the controls on the Master Pump to operate all pumps in the group. Slave pumps can only be set to sync or
anti-sync modes, or the three options in EcoSMART modes.
Step 8: Program Subsequent Groups
Now that the first group is programmed, repeat steps 1-5 on the next group of pumps, if so desired.
NOTE: The subsequent pump groups must be programmed near the original group. For example, if running two
different groups in separate areas of your house, the second group must be programmed within 5 feet the first
group to ensure proper communication.
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General Operational Modes
Constant Speed Mode
When a pump is in Constant Speed Mode, the dial is used to set the operational speed. If this pump is a master, the associated slave pumps
will replicate the master whether in sync or anti-sync mode.
EcoSMART TSM (Tidal Swell Mode)
In this EcoSMART mode water is circulated
to create a harmonic balance in your aquarium reminiscent of the
changing flow conditions that would be found in nature. Over the
course of several hours, the flow pattern will go from very chaotic with
an emphasis on left to right flow direction to an emphasis on right to
left flow direction, all the while experiencing calm period in between and
followed by a great surge of flow at the very end of the cycle. Adjusting
the dial changes the maximum speed achieved at any time during this
mode. Slave pumps should be positioned opposite the master and on
the back of the tank to take full advantage of the EcoSMART modes.
EcoSMART NTM (Nutrient Transport Mode)
In this EcoSMART mode, water is circulated in
a two phase program consisting of wave motion to stir up detritus and
surging motion to move the detritus into your overflow where it can be
skimmed out. This effect promotes maximum health and nutrient export,
as well as increased growth for sensitive corals such as SPS. Adjusting
the dial changes the maximum speed achieved at any time during this
mode. Slave pumps should be positioned opposite the master and on the
back of the tank to take full advantage of the EcoSMART modes.
Random Mode
In random mode you can toggle between
two different modes, Reef-Crest and Lagoonal. When a pump is
in Lagoonal Random Mode, the dial is used to set the maximum
operational speed, and the driver will automatically randomize the
pumps output to simulate either a high (Reef-Crest) or low (Lagoonal)
energy reef environment. If this pump is a master, the associated
slave pumps will replicate the master in sync or anti-sync modes.
Short Pulse Mode
When a pump is first entered into Pulse Mode, you must set the
maximum pump speed by adjusting the dial. When the desired speed
is achieved, press the Set button to lock this speed. The LED will now
begin to blink. This blinking LED represents the pulsing frequency
between 0.2 seconds and two seconds. Now adjust the dial to make
the pump pulse faster or slower. To save this wave, press and hold Set
until the LED flashes and then breathes blue, indicating that the wave
is saved. This saved wave will also be input into EcoSMART NTM.
Long Pulse Mode
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When the pump is entered into Long Pulse Mode, the maximum
speed of the pump is set by adjusting the dial. When the desired
speed is achieved, press the Set button to lock this speed. The
LED will now begin to blink, the blinking LED represents the pulsing
frequency between 10 seconds and one minute. Now adjust the
dial to make the frequency increase or decrease. To save this wave,
press and hold the Set button until the LED flashes and then
breathes pink, indicating that the wave is saved.
Lagoonal
Reef Crest
Feed Mode
To enter Feed Mode,
press and hold the mode
button for three seconds.
The LED will now blink
white indicating that
the pumps are in feed
mode. Regardless of your
system’s master/slave
pump configuration, all
pumps will enter feed
mode when that mode
is selected on any one
pump. The pumps will
spin very slowly for ten
minutes and then resume
their prior operating
conditions.
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EcoSMART Driver General Operational Modes
EcoSMART *
Short Pulse
Random*
Speed
Set
Mo
Mo
Speed Set
Reef Crest
Speed Set
Set
Set
Set
Set
Short Pulse
Long Pulse
Freq. Set
Freq. Set
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Random*
NTM
Lagoon
Set
Set
Op
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(Hold) - Feed mode
Op
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(Hold) - Powers Off
Mo
Control Dial
Long Pulse
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Mo
TSM
EcoSMART
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Mo
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Mo
Set
(Hold)
Set
Saved
Saved
Wave
Wave
(Hold)
*Note: LED bar will indicate change between modes
Battery Backup Mode
When a battery backup accessory is added to the VorTech pump, the pump will automatically switch to Battery Backup mode
during a power outage. The pumps will run at the minimum speed to maximize their run time during this critical period.
For more description about pump modes, read the full manual at www.ecotechmarine.com
Wave Motion Warning
The generation of waves within your aquarium places additional stress on the aquarium glass and joints. Not all aquarium tanks are
designed to withstand this stress, and failure of the glass and/or joints could result. You are encouraged, before generating waves,
to consult with your aquarium tank manufacturer to determine if the tank construction is adequate to withstand the additional stress
generated by the wave motion. You are also encouraged to assure that your aquarium stand or furniture is adequately stable to
withstand the additional stress resulting from wave generation.
EcoTech Marine DISCLAIMS AND WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR, damage to aquarium tanks or their surroundings, water damage, or any
other consequential damages resulting from wave generation. MAKE WAVES AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Error Codes
Over Temperature Condition - In the event of a motor overheating, the pump will automatically shut down for
a period to allow for cooling. Once the motor has cooled, the driver will automatically restart and resume
normal operation. You may experience an overheating error from a misalignment.
Stall Condition - In the event of a motor stall, the pump may have stopped for a few possible reasons. You
should first check that there is not something blocking the propeller from spinning.
For other error codes and troubleshooting, read the full manual at www.ecotechmarine.com
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Warranty
EcoTech Marine warrants to the original purchaser only that the VorTech propeller pump will be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use for a period of (1) year from the date of original purchase if the product is installed and used properly
and consistent with the User Manual. The VorTech propeller pump consists of a wet side operating unit that will be fully submerged
in the aquarium and a motor and driver that must not be exposed to water at any time. EcoTech Marine’s warranty shall not apply:
(i) to any damaged VorTech propeller pump that has been subjected to accident, misuse, neglect, alteration, acts of God, improper
handling, improper transport, improper storage, improper use or application, improper installation, improper testing or unauthorized
repair, (ii) to any VorTech propeller pump where the motor and/or driver have been exposed to water or (iii) to cosmetic problems or
defects that result from normal wear and tear under ordinary use, and do not affect the performance or use of the product. EcoTech
Marine’s warranty applies only to a product that is manufactured by or for EcoTech Marine and identified by the EcoTech Marine
trademark, trade name or product identification logo affixed to the product. If you notice a problem with your VorTech propeller pump,
do not attempt to repair it yourself. Any attempts at self repair shall void this limited warranty. EcoTech Marine shall not be held
liable for damage to any aquarium, aquarium life forms, or other personal objects due to improper use of the device. If the product
develops a covered defect within the one-year period, EcoTech Marine will, at its option, either repair or replace the VorTech propeller
pump without charge, provided that the VorTech propeller pump is returned during the warranty period.
The VorTech pump operates at high temperatures and produces forces within the aquarium that can cause extreme loading and
fatigue. Due to this, caution must be used when installing this device on any aquarium. Because the construction of aquariums varies
from each manufacturer and the operating conditions of each individual aquarist is different, there is a possibility that the VorTech
propeller pump may cause damage to your aquarium. Please contact your aquarium manufacturer to determine if your aquarium is
properly built and recommended for VorTech pumps. If you notice any damage to your aquarium, including but not limited to crazing,
cracking, bending, scratching, etc, immediately discontinue the use of the VorTech propeller pump. EcoTech Marine will not be liable
for any damage caused to your aquarium resulting from the use of the VorTech propeller pump.
To obtain warranty service or technical support, please contact EcoTech Marine’s customer service department at (610) 9548480. You will receive instructions on how to return the product for repair or replacement. To take advantage of this Limited Warranty you will be required to supply an original point of purchase receipt.
ECOTECH MARINE DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, TO THE FULLEST
EXTENT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW. NO IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY SHALL APPLY EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW. ECOTECH MARINE DOES NOT AUTHORIZE ANY PERSON OR
BUSINESS ENTITY, INCLUDING ITS AUTHORIZED DEALERS, TO CREATE FOR IT ANY OBLIGATIONS, LIABILITIES, OR OTHER WARRANTIES IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PRODUCT.
ALL WARRANTIES ARE VOID IF THERE IS DAMAGE TO THE VORECH PROPELLER PUMP THAT IS NOT A RESULT OF A DEFECT IN
THE MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP. THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ALL CLAIMS THAT YOU MAY HAVE ARISING OUT
OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR USE OF THIS PRODUCT, WHETHER MADE OR SUFFERED BY YOU OR ANOTHER PERSON AND
WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT OR TORT, SHALL BE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT. IN NO EVENT WILL ECOTECH
MARINE BE LIABLE TO YOU OR ANY OTHER PARTY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, GENERAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL,
EXEMPLARY OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY OF TO USE THE PRODUCT (INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR ANY OTHER
PECUNIARY LOSS, DAMAGE TO YOUR AQUARIUM OR ANY AQUARIUM INHABITANTS), OR FROM ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY,
EVEN IF ECOTECH MARINE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO CASE SHALL ECOTECH MARINE’S
LIABILITY EXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID FOR THE PRODUCT. IF YOU DISAGREE WITH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS DO NOT
USE THE VORTECH PROPELLER PUMP.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions may not apply
to you. EcoTech Marine’s warranty is governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, excluding its conflict of laws principles and excluding the provisions of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
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FCC and CE Warnings:
• This product carries an ingress protection rating of IPX0 and must not be immersed in water.
• Danger: To avoid possible electrical shock, special care should be taken since water is employed in the use of aquarium equipment.
For each of the following situations, do not attempt repairs yourself; return the appliance to the manufacturer for service or discard the
appliance.
• DO NOT immerse in water. If the appliance falls into the water, DON’T reach for it! First unplug it and then retrieve it. If electrical
components of the appliance get wet, unplug the appliance immediately. (Non-immersible equipment only)
• Carefully examine the appliance after installation. It should not be plugged in if there is water on parts not intended to be wet.
• Do not operate any appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, or if it is malfunctioning or if it is dropped or damaged in any manner. The
power cord of this appliance cannot be replaced: If the cord is damaged, the appliance should be discarded. Never cut the cord.
• To avoid the possibility of the appliance plug or receptacle getting wet, position aquarium stand and tank to one side of a wall mounted
receptacle to prevent water from dripping onto the receptacle or plug. The “drip-loop” should be arranged by the user for each cord
connecting an aquarium appliance to a receptacle. A “drip-loop” is that part of the cord below the level of the receptacle, or the connector
if an extension cord is used, to prevent water traveling along the cord and coming in contact with the receptacle. If the plug or receptacle
does get wet, DON’T unplug the cord. Disconnect the fuse or circuit breaker that supplies power to the appliance, then unplug and examine
for presence of water in the receptacle.
• Close supervision is necessary when an appliance is used by or near children
• To avoid injury, do not contact moving parts or hot parts such as heaters, reflectors, lamp bulbs, and the like.
• Always unplug an appliance from an outlet and battery backup when not in use, before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning.
• Never yank cord to pull plug from outlet. Grasp the plug and pull to disconnect.
• Do not use an appliance for other than intended use. The use of attachments not recommended or sold by the appliance manufacturer
may cause an unsafe condition.
• Do not install or store the appliance where it will be exposed to weather or to temperatures below freezing.
• Make sure an appliance mounted on a tank is securely installed before operating it. Read and observe all the important notices on the
appliance.
• If an extension cord is necessary, a cord with a proper rating should be used. A cord rated for less amperes or watts than the appliance
rating may overheat. Care should be taken to arrange the cord so that it will not be tripped over or pulled.
• Prior to servicing ensure the appliance is unplugged from the mains as well as the battery backup.
RF Module Important Information:
The product you have purchased contains the EcoTech Marine RF Module, part number 10169. This module gives your product the ability
to communicate wirelessly to other EcoTech Marine products as well as certain other manufacturer’s products that were designed in
compliance with the specifications for our RF Module. Use of this module in products not consented by EcoTech Marine is prohibited. This
product is for indoor usage only.
FCC Compliance Statement
CE Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
The equipment complies with the RF exposure Requirement
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause 1999/5/EEC, Council Recomendation on the limitation of exposure
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference of the general public to electromagnetic fields (0-300 GHz). This
received including interference that may cause undesired operation. equipment meets the following comformance standards:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by EcoTech
EN 300 328, EN 301 489-17
Marine could void the user’s authority to operate the RF module,
For France:
and/or the product that incorporates the RF Module.
Français: Cet équipement est prévu uniquement pour un usage à
The user is cautioned to maintain a 20cm (8 inch) spacing from the l’intérieur des bâtiments
product to ensure compliance with FCC regulations.
English: This device is intended for indoor use only.
European Union - Disposal Information:
This symbol means that according to local laws and regulations your
product should be disposed of seperately from household waste.
When this product reaches its end of life, take it to a collection point
designated by local authorities. Some
collection points accept products
for free. The seperate collection
and recycling of your product at the
time of disposal will help conserve
natural resources and ensure that it
is recycled in a manner that protects
human health and the environment.
VorTech Pump can be used in the following countries:
This device contains:
EcoTech Marine’s RF Module
Part Number: 10169
FCC ID: VKB271829
IC: 7349A-271829
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This is a Quick Start Guide,
for the full VorTech pump manual, please visit
our website at www.ecotechmarine.com.
Customer Support
service@ecotechmarine.com
(610) 954-8480
Sales inquiries please contact:
sales@ecotechmarine.com
(800) 785-0338