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Aqua Logic

Automation and Chlorination

PS-4 only

PS-4 only

G LD

C

LINE

ON TROLS

North Kingstown, RI 02852 USA

092028J

Copyright © 2008 Goldine Controls

(actuators, cell & remote display not included - order separately)

Installation Manual

for model

AQL-P-4

G LD

C

LINE

ON TROLS

www.goldlinecontrols.com

888-921-7665

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

When using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following:

READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS

!

WARNING: Disconnect all AC power during installation.

!

WARNING: Water in excess of 100 degrees Fahrenheit may be hazardous to your health.

!

WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely supervised at all times.

A green colored terminal marked “Earth Ground” is located inside the wiring compartment. To reduce the risk of electric shock, this terminal must be connected to the grounding means provided in the electric supply service panel with a continuous copper wire equivalent in size to the circuit conductors supplying the equipment.

One bonding lug for US models (two for Canadian models) is provided on the external surface. To reduce the risk of electric shock, connect the local common bonding grid in the area of the swimming pool, spa, or hot tub to these terminals with an insulated or bare copper conductor not smaller than 8

AWG US / 6 AWG Canada.

All field installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains, or other similar hardware within 3 meters of the pool, spa or hot tub shall be bonded to the equipment grounding bus with copper conductors not smaller than 8 AWG

US / 6 AWG Canada.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

LIMITED WARRANTY Goldline warrants its Aqua Rite, Aqua Rite Pro, Aqua Trol, Aqua Logic and Pro Logic products

(products with Goldline part numbers starting with AQ-RITE-, AQ-RT-PRO, AQ-TROL-, AQ-LOGIC-, AQL-P-, AQL-PS-,

AQL-CL-, PL-P-, PL-PS-, and HPC-2) to be free from defects in material or workmanship, under normal use and service:

For three years from the date of the initial system installation on private, residential swimming pools within the USA or Canada and one year from the date of initial system installation on commercial installations, installations outside of the USA or Canada and for any replacement parts or accessory products, provided they are installed in accordance with the Goldline installation instructions and specifications provided with the product. If written proof of the date of the initial system installation is not provided to Goldline, the manufacturing datecode on the Aqua Rite, Aqua Rite Pro, Aqua Trol, Aqua Logic and Pro Logic electronics unit will be the sole determinant of the date of the initial system installation.

For residential installations in USA or Canada: If a product is defective in workmanship or materials and is removed and returned freight prepaid within three (3) years after the date of the initial system installation, Goldline will, at its option, either repair or replace the defective product and return it freight prepaid.

For commercial installations, installations outside the USA and Canada, and accessory products and replacement parts: If a product is defective in workmanship or materials and is removed and returned freight prepaid within one (1) year after the date of the initial system installation, Goldline will, at its option, either repair or replace the defective product and return it freight prepaid.

Contact any Goldline dealer or contact Goldline at 61 Whitecap Drive, North Kingstown, RI 02852 for warranty service. The costs incurred in removal and/or reinstallation of the product are NOT covered under this warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

2.

3.

WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS:

1.

Material supplied or workmanship performed by others in process of installation.

Damage resulting from improper installation including installation on pools larger than the product rating.

Problems resulting from failure to operate the product(s) in accordance with the recommended instructions contained in product’s owners manual(s).

4.

5.

Problems resulting from failure to maintain pool water chemistry in accordance with the recommendations in the owners manual(s).

Problems resulting from tampering, accident, abuse, negligence, unauthorized repairs or alternations, fire, flood, lightning, freezing, external water, degradation of natural stone used in or immediately adjacent to a pool or spa, war or acts of God.

DISCLAIMER. THE EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY ABOVE CONSTITUTES THE ENTIRE WARRANTY OF

GOLDLINE WITH RESPECT TO ITS POOL AUTOMATION AND CHLORINATION PRODUCTS AND IS IN LIEU

OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY

OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND

YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

IN NO EVENT SHALL GOLDLINE

BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE

WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, DAMAGE TO

OR LOSS OF EQUIPMENT, LOST PROFITS OR REVENUE, COSTS OF RENTING REPLACEMENTS, AND OTHER

ADDITIONAL EXPENSES, EVEN IF THE SELLER HAD BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH

DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

NO WHOLESALER, AGENT, DEALER, CONTRACTOR OR OTHER PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO GIVE ANY

WARRANTY ON BEHALF OF GOLDLINE.

THIS WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE PRODUCT HAS BEEN ALTERED IN ANY WAY AFTER LEAVING THE FACTORY.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Preparing

Pool/Spa Water

2. Mounting

Equipment

3. Plumbing

4. Electrical

Wiring

5. Configuration

6. System Startup

and Checkout

7. Warranty

Before You Begin................................................................... 1

Installation Steps.................................................................... 2

General Water Chemistry..................................................... 3

Salt.......................................................................................... 4

Aqua Logic Control Center................................................... 6

Temperature Sensors........................................................... 6

Optional AQL-CL Chlorination Kit........................................ 6

Optional Remote Controls.................................................... 6

Optional Valve Actuators....................................................... 7

Pool/Spa Configuration........................................................ 8

Turbo Cell............................................................................... 9

Flow Switch............................................................................ 9

Main Service.......................................................................... 10

Grounding and Bonding........................................................ 10

Circuit Breaker Installation and Wiring......................... ...... 10

General Purpose Outlet........................................................ 11

Aqua Logic Control Power................................................... 11

High Voltage Pool Equipment.............................................. 12

Low Voltage Wiring............................................................... 13

Configuration Menu............................................................... 19

Before Startup...................................................................... 28

Heater Checkout................................................................... 28

Service Mode........................................................................ 29

Aqua Logic Limited Warranty..............................................

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Introduction

Before You Begin

What’s Included

Before attempting to install the Aqua Logic system, check that the following components have been included in the package:

Aqua Logic Electronics Unit

(3) Temperature sensors with 15 ft. (5m) cable, hose clamp

What’s NOT Included

Some of the additional items that you may need to complete an installation include:

Circuit breakers

None are included with control—see page 10 and inside of door for suitable breakers

Wire

4-conductor cable (electronics unit to remote display/keypad)

Wire/conduit for 100A service from main panel to Aqua Logic

Wire/conduit for filter pump and other high voltage loads

Wire for bonding

Miscellaneous

Utility electrical outlet and weatherproof cover (for mounting on side of Aqua Logic)

Mounting hardware (screws, etc.) for mounting Aqua Logic and remote display/keypad

Valves (use standard Hayward, Pentair/Compool, or Jandy valves)

Additional valve actuators

Accessory Products - Order Separately

AQL-CL

AQL-CL-25FT

Chlorination kit

Chlorination kit with 25ft cable

AQL-WW-P-4 Wired Remote Display (requires AQL-BASE-RF)

AQL-SS-6B-x (x=W/G/B) Wired Spa Side 6 Function Remote Control, 150ft cable, specify color (white, gray or black)

AQL2-POD

AQL-SS-RF

AQL-BASE-RF

AQL2-BASE-RF

Handheld Wireless Waterproof Remote with Charging Station (requires AQL2-BASE-RF)

Wireless Spa Side Remote Control (AQL-BASE-RF required)

Base Receiver

Base Receiver

AQL-DIM

GVA-24

V&A-xx

Light Dimmer Relay

Valve Actuator

Valve & Actuator (xx=1P (1.5” pos. seal), -2P (2” pos. seal)

NOTE: Before installing this product as part of a saline water purification system in a pool or spa using natural stone for coping or for immediately adjacent patios/decking, a qualified stone installation specialist should be consulted regarding the appropriate type, installation, sealant (if any) and maintenance of stone used around a saline pool with electronic chlorine generator in your particular location and circumstances.

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The following statement is applicable if any of the wireless accessories are connected to the Aqua Logic system.

FCC Statement

(Compliance Statement, Part 15.19): 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.

WARNING (Part 15.21): Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

Industry Canada Statement

The term “IC” before the certification/registration number only signifies that the Industry Canada technical specifications were met.

Interference

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, then the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

• Connect the equipment into a power source on different circuit than the receiver.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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3. Once the heater is running, you can verify the “heater cooldown” feature (optional - see Configuration

Menu/Heater Config.) is operating properly:

• Press the “Filter” button once (for 2 speed pumps, this may require 2 pushes of the “Filter” button).

• The heater should turn off (“Heater” LED off) and the “Filter” LED will flash to indicated heater cooldown is active.

• The display will periodically indicate that the filter pump is on for heater cooldown and show the minutes remaining.

• The pump will automatically turn off at the end of the 5 minute heater cooldown period.

For more detailed instructions on control and operation of the Aqua Logic system, refer to the Operation

Manual.

Service Mode

Service mode disables all automatic control operation and is intended to be used when servicing the pool system. To enter service mode, push the SERVICE button once on the main unit keypad. This will initially turn all outputs off and then allow you to turn outputs on/off manually at the main display (only). In service mode, the buttons on the optional remote display/keypad and the optional spa side remote will turn outputs off, but will not turn any output on. Heater control outputs and solar control outputs are prevented from turning on if the water temperature exceeds 104ºF (40ºC).

Pushing the SERVICE button again will enter a timed service mode. Service operation as described above will continue for 3 hours, then automatically return to normal operation.

Push the SERVICE button once more to exit out of Service mode.

Installation Steps

Details on each installation step are presented on the following pages:

1. Prepare the pool water (page 3)

General Water Chemistry

Salt

2. Mounting the equipment (page 6)

Aqua Logic main unit

Remote display/keypad (optional)

Temperature sensors

Valve actuators (if applicable)

3. Plumbing (page 8)

General Pool Equipment

Turbo Cell

Flow Switch

4. Electrical Wiring (page 10)

Main service

Grounding and bonding

Circuit breakers

Aqua Logic control power

High Voltage pool equipment

Low voltage wiring (temperature sensors, flow switch, etc.)

5. Aqua Logic control configuration (page 19)

6. System Startup and checkout (page 28)

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1. Preparing Pool/Spa Water

General Water Chemistry

Salt is required only if you are using the chlorinator features on the Aqua Logic Control. If you are NOT using the chlorinator, it is recommended that you follow all of the other chemistry recommendations besides salt. Refer to the description of the Aqua Logic configuration menu for information on enabling/ disabling the chlorinator (see page 19).

Water Chemistry

The table below summarizes the levels that are recommended by the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals (APSP). The only special requirements for the Aqua Logic are the salt level and stabilizer.

Saturation index

The saturation index (Si) relates to the calcium and alkalinity in the water and is an indicator of the pool water “balance”. Your water is properly balanced if the Si is 0 ±0.2. If the Si is below -0.2, the water is corrosive and plaster pool walls will be dissolved into the water. If the Si is above +0.2, scaling and staining will occur. Use the chart below to determine the saturation index.

Si = pH + Ti + Ci + Ai - 12.1

ºC ºF Ti

Calcuim

Hardness

Ci

Total

Alkalinity

Ai

12

16

19

24

53

60

66

76

.3

.4

.5

.6

75

100

125

150

200

250

300

1.5

1.6

1.7

1.8

1.9

2.0

2.1

75

100

125

150

200

250

300

1.9

2.0

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

29 84 .7

34 94 .8

400

600

2.2

2.4

400

600

2.6

2.8

39 103 .9

800 2.5

800 2.9

How to use: Measure pool pH, temperature, calcium hardness, and total alkalinity. Use the chart above to determine Ti, Ci,and

Ai from your measurements. Insert values of pH, Ti, Ci and Ai into the above equation. If Si equals .2 or more, scaling and staining may occur. If Si equals -.2 or less corrosion or irritation may occur.

-.2

0 .2

CORROSIVE SCALING

OK

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6. System Startup and Checkout

Before Startup

Before starting the Aqua Logic for the first time, be sure that the following items have been completed:

1. Pool/spa chemicals are within the recommended levels according to the chart on page 3.

2. Pool/spa salt level is between 2700 – 3400 PPM.

3. Properly rated circuit breakers are installed in the Aqua Logic subpanel.

4. All wiring is performed according to NEC and local codes.

5. The Aqua Logic is properly grounded and bonded.

6. The Aqua Logic is properly configured to control all desired functions.

Program Automatic Operation

Refer to the programming flow chart on the back cover of this manual for a listing of the available menus and the items included in each menu.

Settings Menu

Heater and/or solar thermostat settings

Chlorinator settings

Day and Time

Timers Menu

Timeclock and/or Countdown timer settings

Heater Checkout

Follow these instructions to verify that the Aqua Logic is properly controlling the heater.

1. Check that the Aqua Logic is calling for the heater to turn on as indicated by the “Heater” LED being illuminated. If the “Heater” LED is illuminated, go directly to step 2; if not, then check the following:

• The heater is enabled (Configuration Menu/Heater Config.).

• The heater temperature setting is at least 2ºF greater than the water temperature (Settings Menu /

Pool Heater & Spa Heater).

• The filter pump is running.

• If the pool has solar heat and the solar priority feature is enabled (Configuration Menu/Solar

Config) then solar must be off in order for the heater to fire. The easiest way to force solar off is to go to the Settings Menu / Pool Solar & Spa Solar and temporarily lower the temperature settings below the current water temperature.

2. Check that the heater is running. If not, then check:

• Power is supplied to the heater.

• The Aqua Logic control output is properly connected to the heater control (see ”Heater Control” wiring, page 13).

• Some heaters also have internal switches or jumpers that have to be set correctly for remote control operation—refer to the heater manual and also “Heater Control” (page 13).

• Heater is turned on (“Kill Switch” is in the “ON” position).

• If a heater bypass valve is installed, check that water is flowing through the heater.

• The heater temperature setting is set as high as possible (usually 104ºF/40ºC). Also note that some heat pumps actually have be set to the lowest possible temperature.

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All Timeclocks

7-day

Time Format

12 hour AM/PM

Units

ºF and PPM

> + Toggle between 7-day (default) and Weekend/Weekday time options

> Move to previous/next configuration menu

This selection affects ALL of the timeclock logic in the Aqua Logic. If “7-day” is selected, each timeclock will have one set of turn-on/turn-off settings that operate every day of the week. If “Weekend/Weekdays” option is selected then the user can enter one set of turn-on/ turn-off times for the weekend (fixed as Saturday/Sunday) and another set of turn-on/turnoff times for weekdays (Monday through Friday).

>

+ Toggle between 12 hour AM/PM (default) and 24 hour time format optio

> Move to previous/next configuration menu

>

+ Toggle between ºF and PPM (default) and ºC and g/L (Metric) options

> Move to previous/next configuration menu

Reset Config. to

Default Press +

Are you sure?

+ to proceed

Config. reset

Confirmed

> +

>

Initiate reset of all configuration parameters

Move to previous/next configuration menu (config. not reset)

>

> +

>

Reset all configuration parameters

Move to previous/next menu (config. not reset)

> Move to previous/next configuration menu

Use this function to erase all previous system configuration and reset all configuration parameters back to the factory default values. This function is NOT reversible--be careful.

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The pool’s chemistry must be balanced BEFORE activating the Aqua Logic’s optional chlorinator function. NOTE: If the pool does not have new water, add metal remover and non-copper based algaecide to the pool, per manufacturer’s instructions. This ensures a quick, troublefree transfer to the Aqua Logic system.

Salt

(When using optional chlorinator function - requires AQL-CL chlorination kit)

Salt Level

Use the chart below to determine how much salt in pounds or (Kgs) should be added to reach the recommended levels. Use the equations on the following page (measurements are in feet/gallons and meters/ liters) if pool size is unknown.

The operating salt level is between 2700-3400 PPM (parts per million) with 3200 PPM being optimal.

Before adding any salt, test the salt level. This is especially important for retrofit installation to older pools where all of the chlorine added to the pool over time is ending up as salt. If the level is low, determine the number of gallons in the pool and add salt according to the chart below. A low salt level will reduce the efficiency of the sanitization and result in low chlorine production. A high salt level can cause the Aqua

Logic to stop chlorinating. The salt in your pool/spa is constantly recycled and the loss of salt throughout the swimming season should be minimal. This loss is due primarily to the addition of water because of splashing, backwashing, or draining (because of rain). Salt is not lost due to evaporation.

POUNDS and (Kg) OF SALT NEEDED FOR 3200 PPM

Current salt level ppm

8,000

(30,000)

10,000

(37,500)

Gallons and (Liters) of Pool/Spa water

12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000 20,000 22,000

(45000) (52,500) (60,000) (67,500) (75,000) (82,500)

24,000

(90,000)

26,000

(97,500)

28,000

(105,000)

30,000

(112,500)

32,000 34,000 36,000 38,000 40,000

(120,000) (127,500) (135,000) (142,500) (150,000)

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(48) (61)

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190

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127

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63

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633

(289)

570

(259)

507

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760

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(211)

400

(181)

333

(152)

267

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200

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133

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67

(30)

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Pool Sizing Formula

Rectangular

Round

Gallons

(pool size in feet)

Length x Width x

Average Depth x 7.5

Diameter x Diameter x

Average Depth x 5.9

Liters

(pool size in meters)

Length x Width x

Average Depth x 1000

Diameter x Diameter x

Average Depth x 785

Oval

Length x Width x

Average Depth x 6.7

Length x Width x

Average Depth x 893

Type of Salt to Use

It is important to use only sodium chloride (NaCl) salt that is greater than 99.0% pure. This can be found at most pool stores in 40-80 lb. bags labeled “for use in swimming pools”. Alternatively, use common food quality or water softener salt that is at least 99.0% pure. It is also acceptable to use water conditioning salt pellets, however, it will take longer for them to dissolve. Do not use rock salt, or salt with more than 1% of yellow prussiate of soda, salt with anti-caking additives, or iodized salt.

How to Add Salt

For new plaster pools, wait 10-14 days before adding salt to allow the plaster to cure. Turn the circulating pump on and add salt directly into the pool. Brush the salt around to speed up the dissolving process—do not allow salt to pile up on the bottom of the pool. Run the filter pump for 24 hours with the suction coming from the main drain (use pool vacuum if there is no main drain) to allow the salt to evenly disperse throughout the pool. The salt display may take 24 hours to respond to the change in salt concentration.

Always check stabilizer (cyanuric acid), when checking salt. These levels will most likely decline together.

Use the chart below to determine how much stabilizer must be added to raise the level to 80 ppm.

Current

Stabilizer

Level (ppm)

0 ppm

10 ppm

20 ppm

30 ppm

40 ppm

50 ppm

60 ppm

70 ppm

8,000

(30000)

5.3

(3.6)

4.7

(3.2)

4.0

(2.7)

3.3

(2.3)

2.7

(1.8)

2.0

(1.4)

1.3

(.91)

0.7

(.45)

80 ppm

0.0

4.2

(2.7)

3.3

(2.1)

2.5

(1.6)

1.7

(1.1)

0.8

(.54)

10,000

(37500)

6.7

(4.3)

5.8

(3.7)

12,000

(45000)

8.0

(3.6)

7.0

(3.2

)

6.0

(2.7)

5.0

(2.3)

4.0

(1.8)

3.0

(1.4)

2.0

(.91)

1.0

(.45)

0.0

0.0

POUNDS and (Kg) OF STABILIZER (CYANURIC ACID) NEEDED FOR 80 PPM

14,000

(52500)

9.4

(4.3)

8.2

(3.7)

7.0

(3.2)

5.9

(2.7)

4.7

(2.1)

3.5

(1.6)

2.3

(1.1)

1.2

(.54)

16,000

(60000)

10.7

(4.9)

9.4

(4.3)

8.0

(3.6)

6.7

(3.0)

5.4

(2.4)

4.0

(1.8)

2.7

(1.2)

1.4

(.64)

18,000

(67500)

Gallons and (Liters) of Pool/Spa water

20,000

(75000)

22,000

(82500)

24,000

(90000)

26,000

(97500)

28,000

(105000)

12.0

(5.4)

10.5

(4.8)

9.0

(2.2)

7.5

(3.4)

6.0

(2.7)

4.5

(2.0)

3.0

(1.4)

1.5

(.68)

13.4

(6.1)

11.7

(5.3)

10.0

(4.5)

8.4

(3.8)

6.7

(3.0)

5.0

(2.3)

3.3

(1.5)

1.7

(.77)

14.7

(6.7)

12.9

(5.9)

11.0

(5.0)

9.2

(4.2)

7.4

(3.3)

5.5

(2.5)

3.7

(1.7)

1.8

(.82)

16.0

(7.3)

14.0

(6.4)

12.0

(5.4)

10.0

(4.5)

8.0

(3.6)

6.0

(2.7)

4.0

(1.8)

2.0

(.91)

15.2

(6.9)

13.0

(5.9)

10.8

(4.9)

8.7

(3.9)

6.5

(2.9)

4.3

(2.0)

2.2

(1.0)

18.7

(8.5)

16.4

(7.4)

14.0

(6.4)

11.7

(5.2)

9.3

(4.2)

7.0

(3.2)

4.7

(2.1)

2.3

(1.1)

30,000

(112500)

20.0

(9.1)

17.2

(8.0)

15.0

(6.8)

12.5

(5.6)

10.0

(4.5)

7.5

(3.4)

5.0

(2.3)

2.5

(1.2)

32,000

(120000)

34,000

(127500)

21.3

(9.7)

18.7

(8.5)

16.0

(7.2)

13.3

(6.0)

10.7

(4.8)

8.0

(3.6)

5.3

(2.4)

2.7

(1.2)

22.7

(10.3)

19.8

(9.0)

14.2

(6.3)

8.5

(3.9)

5.7

(2.6)

2.8

(1.3)

36,000

(135000)

21.0

(9.5)

18.0

(8.1)

15.0

(6.7)

12.0

(5.4)

9.0

(4.1)

3.0

(1.3)

38,

(142

12

(5

9

(4

1

(8

1

(7

6

(2

3

(1

2

(1

2

(1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0

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Solar – the valve operates when the filter pump is running and solar heat is available and the water is less than the desired temperature setting. Solar heating must be enabled in the

“Solar Config. menu for proper operation to occur.

In-Floor Cleaner – the valve switches the water returning to the pool between the in-floor cleaner and the normal return jets which facilitate efficient surface skimming. The valve will operate the in-floor cleaner for the first half of each clock hour and then switch to the jets/ skimming for the last half of the hour.

Super Chlorinate – if “Chlorinator” is enabled, this option allows the user to start a Super

Chlorinate cycle when the Valve3 button is pressed, rather than using the Settings Menu.

Note that only one button can me assigned to this function.

Valve3 Interlock

If “Enabled”, this feature will override the function (timeclock or in-floor cleaner) selected above and turn the valve off when: the filter pump is off, first 3 minutes of filter pump operation (allows the pump to prime and get water flowing), when the pool/spa suction return valves are in any position other than “pool only”, or for the first 3 minutes after solar turns on (allows air in the solar panels to be purged). Interlock is not available for solar, low speed filter pump, or dimmer.

Valve3 Freeze Protection

This function protects the pool and plumbed equipment against freeze damage. If Freeze

Protection is enabled and the AIR temperature falls sensor falls below the selected freeze temperature threshold, the Aqua Logic will turn on the valve to allow circulation of the water.

IMPORTANT: this only enables operation of the valve3 output during freeze--see the “Filter

Pump Config.” menu to enable freeze protection for the main circulation system.

if AQL-SS-6B is connected

6B Spa Config.

+ to view/change

Select 6B Spa

A

6B A, Button 1

Pool/Spa

> +

>

> +

>

> +

>

Push to access the 6 Button Spa Side Remote options

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Rotates between all available remotes

Move to next menu item

Rotates between Pool/Spa, Filter, Lights, Heater1,

Aux1, and Aux2

Move to previous/next menu item or next configuration menu

Select 6B Spa

This menu only appears if more than one AQL-SS-6B is detected at power up. Select which of the available remote controls (A, B or C) is to be configured.

6B A, Button 1

This menu allows the user to map each button of the AQL-SS-6B to one of the standard Aqua

Logic functions. The default selections are: Button 1 - Pool/Spa, Button 2 - Filter, Button 3

- Lights, Button 4 - Heater1, Button 5 - Aux1 and Button 6 - Aux2.

Remote Menus

Enabled

>

+

>

Toggle between Enabled (default) and Disabled Remote Menus

Move to previous/next configuration menu

This feature will prevent unauthorized access to the Settings, Timers, and Configuration menus from any of the Aqua Logic’s remote display/keypads. When disabled, the remote display/keypads will only show the default menu and allow on/off control via the pushbuttons.

Note that the function of the Aqua Logic’s built-in display/keypad is unchanged by this selection. Once disabled, the only way to enable “Remote Menus” is to use the local display/keypad.

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Timeclock – the aux relay will turn-on and turn-off at the times set for the aux1 timeclock in the Timers Menu. The AUX button can also be used to turn the output on and off.

Solar – the aux relay operates a solar booster pump which will turn on when the filter pump is running and solar heat is available and the water is less than the desired temperature setting. It is important to note that “Solar Control” must be enabled in the “Solar Config.” menu for proper operation to occur.

Low Speed of a 2-speed Filter Pump – the Aqua Logic will operate the aux relay whenever the low speed operation of the filter pump is required. It is very important that the “2-speed” filter pump option be selected under the “Filter Config.” Menu for proper operation.

Super Chlorinate – if “Chlorinator” is enabled, this option allows the user to start a Super

Chlorinate cycle when the Aux button is pressed, rather than using the Settings Menu. Note that only one button can me assigned to this function.

Aux1 Relay

This feature allows the user to select either “Standard” (default) or “Dimmer” type relay for the Aux1 output. The optional AQL-DIM dimmer kit must be installed if “Dimmer” is desired.

When “Dimmer” is selected, and the Aux1 output is manually turned on, the “+” and “-” buttons adjust the level from 20% to 100% (default). The level is saved for the next time the aux1 output is turned from off to on.

Aux1 Interlock

If “Enabled”, this feature will override the function (Manual On/Off, Countdown Timer,

Timeclock), selected above and turn the aux1 off when: filter pump is off, first 3 minutes of filter pump operation (allows the pump to prime and get water flowing), when the pool/spa suction return valves are in any position other than “pool only”, or for the first 3 minutes after solar turns on (allows air in the solar panels to be purged). Interlock is not available for solar, low speed filter pump, or dimmer.

Aux1 Freeze Protection

This function protects the pool, plumbing, and equipment against freeze damage. If Freeze

Protection is enabled and the AIR temperature sensor falls below the selected freeze temperature threshold, the Aqua Logic will turn on the aux relay to circulate the water.

IMPORTANT: this only enables operation of the AUX output during freeze--see the “Filter

Pump Config.” menu to enable freeze protection for the main circulation system.

Valve3 Config.

+ to view/change

Valve3 Function

Solar for all functions except solar

Valve3 Interlock

Disabled

Valve3 Freeze

Disabled

> +

>

> +

>

Push to access Valve3 options

Move to previous/next configuration menu item

Rotates between Timeclock and Super Chlorinate

Move to next menu item

(default) , Solar, In-Floor Cleaner,

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Valve3 Interlock

Move to next menu item

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Valve3 Freeze

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Valve3 Function

Timeclock (default) – the valve turns on/off at the times set for the valve3 timeclock in the

Timers Menu (see Operations Manual). The VALVE3 button can also be used to turn the valve output on or off.

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2. Mounting the Equipment

Aqua Logic Control Center

The Aqua Logic is contained in a raintight enclosure that is suitable for outdoor mounting. The control must be mounted a minimum of 5 ft. (2 meters) horizontal distance from the pool/spa (or more, if local codes require). The Control Center is designed to mount vertically on a flat surface with the knockouts facing downward. Because the enclosure also acts as a heat sink (disperses heat from inside the box), it is important not to block the four sides of the control. Do not mount the Aqua Logic inside a panel or tightly enclosed area.

When selecting a location, note that the standard cables supplied with the Turbo Cell, flow switch, temperature sensors, and valve actuators (if applicable) are all 15 ft. (5m) long. Call the Goldline Service

Dept. (888-921-7665) for information regarding longer cables.

Temperature Sensors

Three sensors are included with the Aqua Logic. A water sensor and an air sensor must be installed at all times for proper operation. A solar sensor is required if the solar function or “dual equipment” is enabled.

Water Sensor

This sensor is used to measure the pool/spa temperature and is installed in the filtration plumbing after the filter but before either the solar or conventionally fueled heaters—refer to the plumbing overview diagram.

1. Drill a 3/8” (10mm) diameter hole in the PVC piping and remove all chips and burrs.

2. Insert sensor until O-ring collar sits flush on the hole.

3. Position hose clamp over the sensor and gently tighten until O-ring makes an adequate seal. Do not overtighten.

4. For maximum temperature accuracy, cover the sensor and 3” (6cm) of pipe on either side with insulation and white paint.

Air Sensor

Mount the air sensor outdoors. !

IMPORTANT: Mount the air sensor out of direct sunlight.

Solar Sensor (Spa Sensor if using “Dual Equipment”)

For solar applications, mount the sensor near the solar collector array so that it is exposed to the same sunlight as the collectors. For Dual Equipment applications, mount the sensor after the spa filter but before the heater (see page 8). Use additional cable (20 AWG) if necessary.

Optional AQL-CL Chlorination Kit

The AQL-P4 requires the use of the AQL-CL or AQL-CL-25FT chlorination kit when using the chlorinator function. This kit contains a Turbo Cell, cell unions and flow switch. Refer to pages 9 and 18 for plumbing and wiring instructions.

Optional Remote Controls

Goldline offers a variety of wired and wireless remote control options for the Aqua Logic. Each model gives you the ability to control your pool’s functions from a remote location, away from the Control Center.

Wired Remote Controls

Up to 3 wired remote controls can be installed. See page 17 for wiring information.

AQL-WW-P4

The AQL-WW-P4 display/keypad must be mounted indoors or in a weather protected area (rain should

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never touch the unit). The display/keypad is designed to mount onto a standard electrical utility box (same box as a single light switch, ideal for new construction) or can be mounted directly onto any wall surface.

When selecting a location, note that the wire to the Aqua Logic main unit must be less than 500’ long. Refer to the remote’s installation instructions as well as the steps below:

1. Remove display/keypad baseplate from the cover by lifting up on the cover at the lower end of the keypad. See diagram below.

2. Screw the baseplate in the desired position (screws supplied by installer).

Remote Keypad push up here to remove cover

3. See “Electrical Wiring” (page 17) for instructions on running the cable from the Aqua Logic main unit to the remote display/keypad.

AQL-SS-6B-x (x=W, G or B for White, Gray or Black)

The AQL-SS-6B is a double insulated, waterproof device which is intended for installation at the water's edge. The remote control comes with an attached 150’ cable and is typically installed at the tile-line of the spa wall, or in the deck, within arm's reach of a pool/spa occupant. Refer to the AQL-SS-6B installation manual for specific mounting and wiring information.

Wireless Remote Controls

A single Base Receiver must be installed on the Aqua Logic in order to use the AQL-SS-RF wireless spa side remote control. With the Base Receiver installed, there is no limit on the number of wireless remotes that can used. The maximum distance between the wireless remote and the base receiver on the Aqua

Logic main control unit is 400 feet (120m) line of sight or 200 feet (60m) through walls, etc. If in doubt about the distance, test operation before installing the remote.

The wireless remotes require the user to run the “Teach Wireless” routine in the Settings Menu. This information can be found in the Aqua Logic Operation Manual and the owner’s manual of each remote.

AQL-BASE-RF/AQL2-BASE-RF Base Receiver

This optional base receiver must be installed if the wireless spa side remote (AQL-SS-RF) is used. To install the base receiver, remove the knockout on the upper left side of the Aqua Logic main control unit, insert the base receiver, and then tighten the nut from the inside. Also refer to the Base Receiver manual and the diagram on page 17.

AQL-SS-RF Wireless Spa Side Remote Control

The AQL-SS-RF is a waterproof portable remote control that is designed to be used in and around the pool/spa area. The unit floats and can be left in the pool/spa water for easy access.

Optional Valve Actuators

If using the actuators supplied with the Aqua Logic—note that the internal cams in the actuator may have to be adjusted depending on the way the actuator is mounted on the valve and the desired valve action.

RETURN SUCTION

OUT OUT IN IN

IN

(Common)

7

OUT

(Common)

Super Chlorinate – if “Chlorinator” is enabled, this option allows the user to start a Super

Chlorinate cycle when the Lights button is pressed, rather than using the Settings Menu.

Note that only one button can me assigned to this function.

Lights Relay

This feature allows the user to select either “Standard” (default) or “Dimmer” type relay for the Lights output. The optional AQL-DIM dimmer kit must be installed if “Dimmer” is desired. When “Dimmer” is selected, and the Lights output is manually turned on, the “+” and “-” buttons adjust the level from 20% to 100% (default). The level is saved for the next time the lights are turned from off to on.

Lights Interlock

If enabled, this feature will override the function (Manual On/Off, Countdown Timer,

Timeclock) selected above and turn the lights relay off when: filter pump is off, first 3 minutes of filter pump operation (allows the pump to prime and get water flowing), when the pool/spa suction return valves are in any position other than “pool only”, or for the first 3 minutes after solar turns on (allows air in the solar panels to be purged). Interlock is not available for solar, low speed filter pump, or dimmer.

Lights Freeze Protection

This function helps protect equipment that is wired to the lights relay against freeze damage.

If Freeze Protection is enabled and the AIR temperature sensor falls below the selected freeze temperature threshold, the Aqua Logic will energize the lights relay. IMPORTANT: this only enables operation of the lights relay during freeze--see the “Filter Pump Config.” menu to enable freeze protection for the main circulation system.

NOTE: The configuration parameters for the Aux2 output is the same as shown below for Aux1.

Aux1 Config.

+ to view/change

Aux1 Function

Manual On/Off

>

>

+

+

>

>

Push to access Aux1 options

Move to previous/next configuration menu item

Rotates between Manual On/Off

Move to next menu item

(default)

Solar, Low speed of a 2-speed pump

, Countdown Timer, Timeclock

options, and Super Chlorinate for manual on/off, countdown timer and timeclock functions

Aux1 Relay

Standard

+

>

>

Toggle between Standard (default) and Dimmer

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu for all functions except solar and low speed of 2-speed filter pump and dimmer

Aux1 Interlock

Disabled

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Aux1 Interlock

Move to next menu item for all functions except low speed of 2-speed filter pump

Aux1 Freeze

Enabled

+ >

>

Toggle between Enabled (default) and Disabled Aux1 Freeze

Move to previous/next configuration menu

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WARNING: Do not use the Aqua Logic to control an automatic pool cover. Swimmers may become entrapped underneath the cover.

Aux1 Function

Manual On/Off (default)—the aux relay will alternate between turning on and off when the aux button is pressed. There is no automatic control logic.

Countdown Timer – the aux relay will turn on when the AUX button is pressed and then will turn off automatically after a programmed time (see Timers Menu, Operation Manual). The

AUX button can also be used to turn the output off.

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Solar Extend

If “Enabled”, the filter extend logic keeps the filter pump running beyond the normal turn-off time if solar heat is still available. When solar heat is no longer available, both the solar valve/pump and filter pump will turn off simultaneously. Solar extend will NOT cause the filter pump to turn on, it will only delay the turn off time when solar is operating.

Solar Priority

If both “Solar Control” and “Heater Control” are enabled, the Solar Priority feature will keep the conventional heater off whenever solar heat is available. This provides the most cost effective way of heating the pool. When solar heat is not available, the conventional heater will operate normally.

Lights Config.

+ to view/change

>

> +

+

>

Push to access Lights options

Move to previous/next configuration menu item

Lights Function

Manual On/Off >

Rotates between Manual On/Off (default), Countdown Timer, Timeclock

Solar, Low speed of a 2-speed pump

Move to next menu item

options, and Super Chlorinate for manual on/off, countdown timer and timeclock functions

Lights Relay

Standard

+

>

>

Toggle between Standard (default) and Dimmer

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu for all functions except solar and low speed of 2-speed filter pump and dimmer

Lights Interlock

Disabled

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Lights Interlock

Move to next menu item for all functions except low speed of 2-speed filter pump

Lights Freeze

Disabled

+ >

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Lights Freeze Protectio

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Lights Function

Although designated as the “Lights” output, the function of the lights relay is similar to the aux1 and aux2 relays. If pool lights are wired to the lights relay, some options including Solar function, Low Speed of a 2-Speed Filter Pump, Lights Interlock and Lights Freeze Protection will not be necessary and should be disabled. If no pool lights are used, the lights relay can be used to control other pool devices that may require these options. The function of each option is shown below.

Manual On/Off—the lights relay will alternate between turning on and off when the LIGHTS button is pressed. There is no automatic control logic.

Countdown Timer—the lights relay will turn on when the LIGHTS button is pressed. The lights relay will turn off automatically after a programmed time (see Timers Menu in Operation

Manual). The LIGHTS button can also be used to turn the output off.

Timeclock – the lights relay will turn-on and turn-off at the times set for the lights timeclock in the Timers Menu (see Timers Menu in Operation Manual). The LIGHTS button can also be used to turn the output on and off.

Solar – the lights relay can operate a solar booster pump which will turn on when the filter pump is running and solar heat is available and the water is less than the desired temperature setting. It is important to note that “Solar Control” must be enabled in the “Solar Config.” menu for proper operation to occur.

Low Speed of a 2-speed Filter Pump – the Aqua Logic will turn on the lights relay whenever the low speed operation of the filter pump is required. It is very important that the “2-speed” filter pump option be selected under the “Filter Config.” Menu for proper operation.

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3. Plumbing

“Standard” Pool/Spa system configuration

These systems use a single filter pump and filter. Pool or spa operation is controlled by two 3-way valves

(suction and return). Refer to the diagram below.

HIGH VOLTAGE

LIGHTS

High Voltage Relays

Filter Pump

Lights

Aux 1

Aux 2

Valve Outputs

Pool/Spa Suction

Pool/Spa Return

Valve 3

TRANSFORMER

FIBER OPTIC

LIGHT SOURCE

LOW VOLTAGE

LIGHTS

COLOR WHEEL

FILTER

SOLAR BOOST

PUMP

CHECK

VALVE

SOLAR

VALVE

SOLAR

TEMPERATURE

SENSOR

CHECK

VALVE

HEATER

CELL

FLOW

SWITCH

CHECK VALVE

(prevents draining of raised spas)

POOL/SPA SUCTION

VALVE

FILTER

PUMP

MANUAL

VALVE

MANUAL

VALVE

POOL VACUUM

VALVE

TWO-WAY

VALVE

ENERGY

FILTER

ISOLATED

WATER

FEATURE

POOL/SPA

TEMPERATURE

SENSOR

SPA

BLOWER

HEATER

BYPASS

VALVE

(manual)

MANUAL

VALVE

CHECK

VALVE

(prevents draining of raised spas)

WATER

FEATURE

VALVE

POOL/SPA

RETURN

VALVE

POOL SWEEP

BOOST PUMP

WATER

FEATURE

PUMP

IN-FLOOR

CLEANER

SKIM

PUMP

SPA JET

PUMP

SPA

POP-UP

OVERFLOW

SPILLOVER

POOL

POP-UP

SUCTION

CLEANER

MAIN

DRAIN ENERGY

SAVER

PRESSURE

CLEANER POP-UP

POP-UP

RETURN

JET VALVE

WATER

FEATURE

PUMP

WATER

FEATURE

NON-BOOST

PRESSURE

CLEANER

PRESSURE

CLEANER

Some important notes regarding the Aqua Logic control of Standard Pool/Spa systems:

In Pool/Spa Config., select:

Pool/Spa Setup

Pool and Spa

1. The Aqua Logic can be programmed to accommodate spa spillover, if desired.

2. A conventional heater (gas or heat pump) and solar can be used to heat both the pool and the spa.

3. If the chlorinator cell is plumbed prior to the pool/spa return valve, then both the pool and the spa can be chlorinated

4. The water sensor should be installed prior to any heater or solar and will display either the pool or the spa temperature, depending on the current operation of the pool. The temperature will only be displayed when the filter pump is running.

5. If any water feature or pressure side cleaner boost pumps are used, be sure to enable the “interlock” feature (see “Configuration Menu” for details) to ensure that the pumps operate only when the filter pump is on and the system is in the “pool only” operating mode.

6. The plumbing diagram above is intended to be used as a general guideline and is not a complete plumbing schematic for the pool.

7. The air sensor must be installed if the freeze protection feature is enabled for the filter, valves or aux outputs or if the chlorinator is enabled.

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Turbo Cell

(supplied with AQL-CL chlorination kit)

The Turbo Cell (used for chlorine generation) should be plumbed AFTER the filter and heater. If installed on a pool/spa combination system, the cell should be plumbed BEFORE the pool/spa return valve in order to allow proper chlorination of both the pool and the spa. Refer to plumbing diagram below:

Flow switch before cell Flow switch after cell

The cell may be mounted vertically or horizontally, and water can move in either direction through the cell.

Install using the 2" unions provided. Tighten unions BY HAND for a watertight seal. For systems with

1½“ plumbing use adaptors (provided by installer).

Flow Switch

(supplied with AQL-CL chlorination kit)

The flow switch must be plumbed in the same section of plumbing as the Turbo Cell. The flow switch is a safety device that ensures that water is flowing through the cell before the Aqua Logic starts to generate chlorine. Failure to properly install the flow switch can result in explosive gases accumulating in the pool plumbing system.

!

IMPORTANT: There must be at least a 12" (30cm) straight pipe run before (upstream) the flow switch. If the switch is plumbed after the cell, the cell can by counted as the 12" (30cm) of straight pipe.

!

IMPORTANT: To ensure proper operation, verify that the arrow on the flow switch points in the direction of water flow.

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Heater1

If the heater is “Enabled”, the heater relay will turn on when the water temperature is less than the desired temperature setting and the filter pump is running. The desired temperature is in the “Settings Menu”. If applicable, the homeowner will be prompted to enter separate

“pool” and “spa” settings. Depending on the position of the pool/spa suction valve, the proper temperature setting will be used.

Heater Cooldown

This feature ensures that the heater cools down before water circulation is stopped. When enabled, the Aqua Logic will continue to run the filter pump for 5 minutes after the heater turns off. During this period the filter pump LED will flash and also a “Heater Cooldown,

X:XX remaining” message will scroll on the display.

When the filter pump is running and the heater is on: Pressing the “Filter” button once will cause the heater to turn off, but the filter pump will continue to run for heater cooldown (filter

LED flashing and message on display). Pushing the filter button a second time will override the heater cooldown operation and turn the filter pump off.

Heater Extend

If “Enabled”, the filter extend logic keeps the filter pump running beyond the normal turn-off time until the pool (or spa) is heated up to the desired temperature setting (see Settings

Menu). Heater extend will NOT cause the filter pump to turn on, it will only delay the turn off time when the heater is operating.

Allow Low Speed

This menu only appears if the pool filter is configured for 2-speed operation. During default operation, high speed mode is used whenever the heater is on. If Allow Low Speed is

“Enabled”, low speed will be allowed whenever the heater is on.

Solar Config.

+ to view/change

Solar

Disabled if “Solar” is enabled

Solar Extend

Disabled if “Solar” is enabled

Solar Priority

Disabled

> >

> +

>

Push to access solar options

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Solar

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu

> +

>

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Solar Extend

Move to next menu item

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Solar Priority

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Solar

If the solar control logic is “Enabled”, several additional steps must be taken to ensure proper operation of the solar system. If the solar is operated by a valve, then the Valve3 output must be setup for solar logic (page 25). If the solar is operated by a pump, then one of the AUX relays must be set up for solar logic (page 24). Also, the “solar” temperature sensor must be installed. This sensor is typically mounted near the collector array and is used to sense whether sufficient solar heat is available.

If solar is “Enabled”, the valve or solar pump relay will turn on when the water temperature is less than the desired temperature setting AND the solar sensor is hotter than the water. The desired temperature is in the “Settings Menu”. If applicable, the homeowner will be prompted to enter separate pool and spa desired temperature settings. Depending on the position of the pool/spa suction valve, the proper temperature setting will be used.

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V1=Aux1, V2=Aux2

This menu appears only if the Pool/Spa Setup is “Pool Only” or “Spa Only”. When enabled,

Valve 1 (return) will follow the Aux1 output and Valve 2 (suction) will follow the Aux2 output.

When disabled (default), the return and suction pool/spa valves function normally.

Filter Off Valve Change

This menu appears only if Pool/Spa setup is set to “Pool and Spa - Std”. When enabled

(default), the filter pump will shut off for 35 seconds whenever the Pool/Spa valves are turning. The pump will NOT shut off when a heater is in Heater Cooldown mode.

Filter Pump Config.

+ to view/change

Filter Pump

1 Speed

Freeze Protect

Enabled

Freeze Temp

38ºF

> >

> +

>

Push to access pump options

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Toggle between 1-speed (default) and 2-speed options

Move to next menu item

> +

>

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled (default) and Disabled Freeze Protection

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu

Adjust the desired freeze protection temperature (33ºF - 42ºF)

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Filter Pump

Select single speed or 2-speed pump. If a 2-speed pump is configured, one of the AUX relays must also be configured to control the low speed motor winding on the pump (see page 12 for wiring and page 24 for AUX configuration). See the Operation Manual for specific information regarding the control logic for 2-speed pump operation.

Freeze Protection

Freeze protection is used to protect the pool and plumbed equipment against freeze damage.

If freeze protection is enabled and the AIR temperature sensor falls below the freeze threshold

(see below), the Aqua Logic will turn on the filter pump to circulate the water. If “Pool and

Spa” is selected in the Pool/Spa sub-menu (see page 20), the valves will also alternate between the pool and spa every 30 minutes and the filter pump will turn off while the valves are turning. The chlorinator will not operate if freeze protection is the only reason the pump is running.

Freeze Protection Temperature

Select the temperature to be used for freeze protection. Temperature is adjustable from 33ºF

- 42ºF (1ºC - 6ºC). 38ºF (3ºC) is default. This threshold will be used for all outputs that have freeze protection enabled.

Heater1 Config.

+ to view/change

> +

>

Push to access heater options

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Heater1

Disabled

> if “Heater1” is enabled

Heater1 Cooldown

Disabled

> +

> if “Heater1” is enabled

Heater1 Extend

Disabled if “Heater1” is enabled and

2-speed filter pump is enabled

Allow Low Speed

Disabled

+ >

> +

>

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Heater 1

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Heater 1 Cooldown

Move to next menu item

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Heater 1 Extend

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default)

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu

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Remote Keypad

Heater Output

Sensor Inputs

Valve Connectors

4. Electrical Wiring

Cell

“Local” Display

Flow Switch

High Voltage

Relays

Subpanel

Control Power

Input

The Aqua Logic Control Center requires both high and low voltage connections. Low voltage connections will be made to actuators, sensors, remote keypad, etc. High voltage connections will be made to pumps, lights, etc., as well as providing direct input power to the Control Center. Always:

-Ensure that Power is disconnected prior to doing any wiring

-Follow all local and NEC (CEC if applicable) codes

-Use copper conductors only

Main Service (Power to the Circuit Breaker Subpanel)

The Aqua Logic circuit breaker subpanel is rated for 100A service. Run properly rated conductors (L1,

L2, N, and ground) from the primary house electrical panel to the main power connections on the Aqua

Logic circuit breaker base. The connection at the main house panel should be to a 240VAC circuit breaker rated at 100A maximum.

Grounding and Bonding

Connect a ground wire from the primary electrical panel to the Aqua Logic ground bus bar. Also ground each piece of high voltage (120 or 240VAC) equipment that is connected to the Aqua Logic control relays or circuit breakers. The Aqua Logic should also be connected to the pool bonding system by an 8AWG

(6AWG for Canada) wire. A lug for bonding (2 for Canada) is provided on the outside/bottom of the

Aqua Logic enclosure.

Circuit Breaker Installation and Wiring

Circuit breakers are to be supplied by the installer. Refer to the circuit breaker chart on the following page for a list of suitable circuit breakers that can be used. Follow the code and the circuit breaker manufacturer’s rating requirements regarding the size and temperature rating for wiring. Note that some pool equipment may be required to be connected to ground fault circuit breakers—check local and NEC (CEC) codes.

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SUITABLE LISTED BREAKERS

Manufacturer Single Double Twin Quad GFCB Filler Plates

Cutler-Hammer

Murray

Siemens

Square D

Thomas & Betts

BR

MP-T

QP

HOM

TB

BR

MP-T

QP

HOM

TB

BRD

MH-T

QT

HOMT

TBBD

BRD

MH-T

QT

HOMT

TBBQ

GFCB

MP-GT

QPF

HOM

GFB

BRFP

LX100FP

QF3

HOMFP

FP-1C-TB

General Purpose Outlet

If desired, a duplex receptacle with weatherproof cover (supplied by installer) may be installed in the knockouts on the lower right side of the Aqua Logic enclosure. Per code, the receptacle should be a

GFCI type. Alternatively, connect a standard receptacle to a GFCB.

Aqua Logic Control Power

The Aqua Logic requires 120VAC, 2A power to operate the control logic circuits and the chlorinator.

This power should be connected to one of the circuit breakers.

!

WARNING: 120VAC only (permanent damage if connected to 240V)

Field

Wired

11

120, 2VA

Factory

Prewired

Pool/Spa Config.

+ to view/change

> +

>

Push to access Pool/Spa options

Move to previous/next configuration menu item

Pool/Spa Setup

Pool and Spa if “Pool and Spa” is selected

Spa - CountDn

00:30 if “Pool and Spa” is selected

Spa Spillover

Enabled

>

+

+

>

>

>

Rotates between Pool and Spa, Spa Only, and Pool Only (default) optio

Move to next menu item

Adjust time setting (Manual on/off, 0:05, 0:10, 0:15..., (default is 4:00))

Move to next menu item

> Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Spa Spillover

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu if “Pool and Spa” is selected

and if “Spa Spillover” is enabled

Filter Operation

Spa Spillover

+ >

>

Toggle between Pool Only (default) and Spa Spillover options

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu if “Pool Only” or “Spa Only” is selected

V1=Aux1, V2=Aux2

Disabled

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default)

Move to previous/next configuration menu if “Pool and Spa-Std” is selected

Filter Off Valve

Change: Enabled

+ >

>

Toggle between Enabled (default) and Disabled

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Pool/Spa Setup

If “Pool Only” or “Spa Only” are selected, then the pool/spa valves are not needed and pushing the POOL/SPA button on the display/keypad will have no effect. If “Pool and Spa” is selected, then the pool/spa suction and return valve actuators should be connected to the

Aqua Logic. Pressing the POOL/SPA button on the display/keypad will allow the homeowner to alternate between pool and spa operation. For more information on “Pool and Spa”, refer to the Plumbing section on pages 8.

Spa CountDn

This menu will appear only if Pool/Spa Setup is set to “Pool and Spa”. This setting is the time, after you manually switch the Pool/Spa valves to “Spa Only”, until the Aqua Logic automatically returns the valves to their previous positions. It is programmed in increments of 5 minutes, from “Manual On/Off” (0 minutes) to “21:00” (21 hours). The filter is forced on during this time period.

Spa Spillover

When spa spillover is “Enabled” and “Pool and Spa”, the homeowner will be able to rotate through “Pool Only” (both suction and return valves switched to pool), “Spa Only” (both suction and return valves switched to spa) and “Spillover” (suction valve switched to pool and return valve switched to spa) by successive presses of the “Pool/Spa) button.

Filter Operation

If “Spa Spillover” is selected, the Aqua Logic will automatically switch the pool/spa suction and return valves to “spillover” at the start of the programmed pool filtering time period or when the super-chlorinate function is turned on. The valves will remain in this position for the remainder of the super-chlorinate period. This option is usually preferable because both the pool and spa water will be filtered and sanitized.

If “Pool Only” is selected, then the Aqua Logic will switch the pool/spa valves to the “pool only” position at the start of the programmed pool filtering time period or when the superchlorinate function is turned on. This may be desirable on some systems with in-floor cleaners because it allows the cleaner to operate all the time the pool is being filtered and/or the super chlorinate is running.

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5. Configuration Setup

After plumbing and wiring are complete, the Aqua Logic MUST BE CONFIGURED before attempting to operate. Configuration information is entered at the keypad and “tells” the Aqua Logic what equipment is connected and how each should be controlled.

Accessing the Configuration Menu

Configuring the Aqua Logic requires that you navigate through the Configuration Menu and input various information. For more detailed information about using the Aqua Logic menu system, refer to the Operation Manual.

To access the Configuration Menu

Configuration

Menu-Locked

Configuration

Menu-Unlocked

>

>

Menu

>

>

Press repeatedly until “Configuration Menu” is displayed

Press BOTH buttons SIMULTANEOUSLY for 5 seconds to unlock

Move to configuration menu

NOTE: The configuration menu automatically “locks” after 2 minutes of no buttons being pressed to prevent unauthorized people from changing the control logic inadvertently and possibly damaging the pool equipment or causing a “call back” to fix the configuration.

Configuration Menu Items

Each item needs to be programmed and may contain additional sub-menu items. Refer to the following pages for information on programming.

Chlor. Config.

+ to view/change

Chlorinator

Disabled

Display

Salt

>

>

>

>

> +

>

Push to access Chlorinator option

Move to next configuration menu

Toggle between Chlorinator Enabled and Disabled (default)

Move to next menu item

Toggle between Display Salt (default) and Minerals

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Chlorinator

If the chlorinator is enabled (requires the use of the AQL-CL chlorination kit), then the cell and flow switch must also be installed and the Aqua Logic will automatically chlorinate both the pool and spa according to the desired output setting (see Settings Menu in the Operation manual). If disabled (default), then neither the cell nor flow switch need to be installed and all displays relating to the chlorinator will be suppressed.

When the chlorinator is enabled, the Aqua Logic will automatically detect and control any

Aqua Rite(s) that is installed in the system (see page 18).

Display

Allows for the display of salt (default) or mineral values.

Cell Type

T-CELL-15

>

+

>

Toggle between T-CELL-5 and T-CELL-15 (default)

Move to next menu item

Cell Type Selection

The Cell Type Menu appears after “Display Salt/Minerals” in the Chlorinator Configuration

Menu. The options are T-CELL-5 or T-CELL-15 (default). Make the proper selection based on the electrolytic cell that is used in your system. For pools up to 20,000 gallons, the T-

CELL-5 is typically used. The T-CELL-15 is for pools up to 40,000 gallons.

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High Voltage (120/240V) Pool Equipment

All Aqua Logic relays are double pole (they make/break both “legs” of 240V circuits) and are rated at

3HP/30A at 240V (1½HP/30A at 120V). Refer to the diagram below for typical relay wiring.

240 VAC

Load

120 VAC

Load

120 VAC

Load

Wiring relays for 240 VAC

Pool Equipment

Wiring relays for 120 VAC

Pool Equipment

Wiring GFCB for 120 V

Pool Equipment

!

WARNING: Do not use the Aqua Logic to control an automatic pool cover. Swimmers may become entrapped underneath the cover.

Two speed filter pump: Requires 2 relays (FILTER plus one of the AUX relays) for proper operation of both speeds. !

IMPORTANT: Be sure to follow the wiring diagram below AND to configure the control logic according to the instructions on page 21.

Lo Speed

Hi Speed

Common

Ground

2-Speed

Filter

Pump

N

L2

L1

G

Lights: A ground fault circuit breaker must be used to supply power for high voltage pool/spa lighting.

Low voltage lights will require an external transformer. For lighting systems that have both a light source and color wheel, connect the light source to the “Lights” relay and then connect the color wheel to one of the AUX outputs.

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Low Voltage Wiring

Valve Actuators

The Aqua Logic can control up to three automatic valve actuators. Two of the valve outputs are dedicated to the pool/spa suction (Valve2) and return (Valve1) valves. Valve3 is for general purpose use (solar, water feature, in-floor cleaner, etc.).

For installations with solar heating, Goldline offers the AQ-SOL-KIT-xx solar kit that contains a valve, actuator, and extra temperature sensor. The “xx” indicates the valve type from the 3 choices below:

-1P 1.5” Positive Seal

-2P 2” Positive Seal

The Aqua Logic is compatible with standard valve actuators manufactured by Hayward, Pentair/Compool, and Jandy. See diagram on page 10 for the location of valve connectors.

Heater Control

The Aqua Logic provides a set of low voltage dry contacts that can be connected to most gas heaters or heat pumps with 24V control circuits. Refer to the diagram below for a generic connection. The manuals supplied with most heaters also include specific wiring instructions for connecting the heater to an external control (usually identified as “2-wire” remote control). For millivolt or line voltage heaters, contact Goldline Tech support, 888-921-7665. Refer to the diagrams and the information on the following pages for more details on the connection to several popular heaters.

Generic Heaters

1. Wire heater to 120/240V power source per the instructions in the heater manual. The Aqua Logic does NOT control the power going to the heater.

2. Wire the Aqua Logic dry contact heater output per the diagram below. Many internal parts of the heater can get very hot--see the heater manufacturer’s recommendations on the minimum temperature rating for wires. If no guidance is given, use 105°C rated wire.

3. Set any ON/OFF switch on the heater to ON.

4. Set the thermostat(s) on the heater to the maximum (hottest) setting.

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Kill Switch

Thermostat

Heater

Ignition/Valve

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Flow Switch

Only applicable if the chlorinator function is enabled. The flow switch cable plugs into the Aqua Logic

Control Center at the position shown in the diagram on page 10. Ensure that the connector catch “snaps” in order to provide a reliable connection.

Turbo Cell

Only applicable if the chlorinator function is enabled. The Turbo Cell should be plugged in after the

Aqua Logic cover panel is put back in place. Refer to page 10 for the location of the connector.

Goldline Aqua Rite Chlorinator

The Aqua Logic can control one or more Goldline Aqua Rite chlorinators when additional sanitizing capacity is required. A 4 wire connection is used to communicate to the Aqua Rite and can be wired up to 500' apart. Any outdoor rated 4 conductor cable can be used. Refer to the wiring diagrams below for proper wiring connection to the Aqua Rite. NOTE: There must be only 1 "primary" unit. All other Aqua Rite units must be configured as "secondary".

Jumper Installed

For Primary

(Factory Default)

4

3

2

1

GREEN

YELLOW

BLACK

RED

Jumper Removed

For Secondary(s)

Additional

Aqua Rite(s)

(if required)

Aqua Logic

Aqua Rite

(Primary)

Aqua Rite

(Secondary)

NOTE: Primary/Secondary jumper is located underneath small circuit board.

Aqua Logic

GRN

YEL

BLK

RED

2

1

4

3 green yellow black red

2

1

4

3

GRN

YEL

BLK

RED

Aqua Rite

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Remote Display/Keypad

The Aqua Logic main unit can connect to a maximum of 3 remote wired display/keypads (ordered separately).

Use four conductor cable (typically phone cable) to connect the wired remote display/keypad with the

Aqua Logic Control Center as shown below. The maximum wiring distance is 500ft. (160m). Note that the terminals on both the Aqua Logic main unit and the wired remote display/keypad are numbered:

Connect 1 to 1, 2 to 2, etc. Refer to diagram below.

3.75 ”

3

4

1

2

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Remote Display unit

4.50 ”

4 3 2 1

Alternative

Concealed Wiring

500 ft max

If multiple remote display/keypads are installed: Never connect more than 2 wires to any terminal block. Two remotes can be wired back to the Aqua Logic main unit or the second display/keypad (and third, if applicable) can be “daisy chained” with one display/keypad wired to the next. The maximum wire run from the Aqua Logic main unit to the furthest remote display/keypad is 500 ft (160m).

Base Receiver

Plug in the pigtail connector from the wireless base receiver into the “wireless” connector on the main PCB in the Aqua Logic control unit.

Connector for

Base Receiver

Base Receiver

(AQL-BASE-RF

2 or

AQL -BASE-RF )

Main PCB

Tighten nut

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Laars Heaters

1. Turn power off to heater.

2. Remove factory jumper from terminal block.

3. Wire Aqua Logic to the heater as shown.

4. Ensure toggle switch is in the ON position.

5. Set heater thermostats to maximum position.

to limit switches remove jumper white

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater white

Fusible Link

Hayward Heaters

Refer to the instructions in the heater manual for “2-wire Remote Thermostat” operation under “Remote

Control Connections” and the diagram below:

1. Turn off power to heater.

2. Wire Aqua Logic to terminals 1 & 2 (see diagram).

3. Leave jumper attached to terminals 4 & 5.

4. Move “BYPASS” dipswitch on heater circuit board to “ON” position (up).

5. Turn heater power back on.

6. Switch heater to either “Pool” or “Spa” (it doesn’t make any difference which is selected, the Aqua

Logic will take control).

7. Heater display should be “bO” (for “bypass On).

8. Heater will fire whenever Aqua Logic requests (when Aqua Logic “Heater” LED is illuminated).

ºC ON

ºF OFF

Dipswitch located on heater circuit board

PK

W

R

BK

R

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Terminal block located at electrical junction box

Do not remove jumper

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Pentair/Purex/MiniMax

1. Turn power off to heater.

2. Remove factory installed jumper from the “Ext Switch” connector.

3. Wire the Aqua Logic to the “Ext Switch” connector as shown below.

4. The wires to the Aqua Logic must be separated from any line voltage wires. Failure to follow these instructions may cause erratic operation of the heater.

5. Set the Power (Thermostat Select) switch to either “Pool” or “Spa”.

6. Set the “Pool” and “Spa” thermostats to their maximum settings.

Remove

Factory Jumper

Ext.

Switch

MINIMAX

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Raypak RP2100 Pool/Spa Heater

1. Turn power off to heater.

2. Push the mode button to “spa” mode.

3. Set the temperature to the maximum.

4. Push the mode button to “OFF”.

5. Lastly, plug the prewired connector in the P7 position on the board.

!

IMPORTANT: The heater will display “OFF” when it is being remotely controlled by the

Aqua Logic. Some homeowners see the “OFF” display and, thinking this is a mistake, change the mode to “POOL” or “SPA” which then disables the remote control by the Aqua Logic. To prevent this: Remove the heater touch pad connector (P5) which will disable the touchpad.

Orange

Black Stripe

Black

Orange Stripe

Light Blue

P7

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Drawing is for dig heater. If heater millivolt (analo run red wires fr

Fireman’s Swi to heater relay.

RAYPAK RP2100

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STA-RITE Heater

1. Turn power off to heater.

2. Remove upper jacket and open the control box.

3. Remove the jumper for the “fireman’s switch.

4. Wire to the Aqua Logic using wire rated for 105°C minimum.

Fireman’s

Switch

Operating

‘Control

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater Terminal

Board

STA-RITE

Temperature Sensors

The Aqua Logic utilizes 10K ohm thermistor type sensors. Three sensors (water temperature, air temperature and solar temperature) are included. If the Aqua Logic is being used to control a solar heating system, the solar sensor is required. The sensors are provided with a 15 ft. cable. If a longer cable is required, contact the Goldline service dept. (888-921-7665) for information on suitable cable types and splices.

See page 6 and 16 for installation information.

POOL/SPA

SENSOR

AIR

SENSOR

SOLAR/SPA

SENSOR

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

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Pentair/Purex/MiniMax

1. Turn power off to heater.

2. Remove factory installed jumper from the “Ext Switch” connector.

3. Wire the Aqua Logic to the “Ext Switch” connector as shown below.

4. The wires to the Aqua Logic must be separated from any line voltage wires. Failure to follow these instructions may cause erratic operation of the heater.

5. Set the Power (Thermostat Select) switch to either “Pool” or “Spa”.

6. Set the “Pool” and “Spa” thermostats to their maximum settings.

Remove

Factory Jumper

Ext.

Switch

MINIMAX

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Raypak RP2100 Pool/Spa Heater

1. Turn power off to heater.

2. Push the mode button to “spa” mode.

3. Set the temperature to the maximum.

4. Push the mode button to “OFF”.

5. Lastly, plug the prewired connector in the P7 position on the board.

!

IMPORTANT: The heater will display “OFF” when it is being remotely controlled by the

Aqua Logic. Some homeowners see the “OFF” display and, thinking this is a mistake, change the mode to “POOL” or “SPA” which then disables the remote control by the Aqua Logic. To prevent this: Remove the heater touch pad connector (P5) which will disable the touchpad.

Orange

Black Stripe

Black

Orange Stripe

Light Blue

P7

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Drawing is for dig heater. If heater millivolt (analo run red wires fr

Fireman’s Swi to heater relay.

RAYPAK RP2100

15

STA-RITE Heater

1. Turn power off to heater.

2. Remove upper jacket and open the control box.

3. Remove the jumper for the “fireman’s switch.

4. Wire to the Aqua Logic using wire rated for 105°C minimum.

Fireman’s

Switch

Operating

‘Control

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater Terminal

Board

STA-RITE

Temperature Sensors

The Aqua Logic utilizes 10K ohm thermistor type sensors. Three sensors (water temperature, air temperature and solar temperature) are included. If the Aqua Logic is being used to control a solar heating system, the solar sensor is required. The sensors are provided with a 15 ft. cable. If a longer cable is required, contact the Goldline service dept. (888-921-7665) for information on suitable cable types and splices.

See page 6 and 16 for installation information.

POOL/SPA

SENSOR

AIR

SENSOR

SOLAR/SPA

SENSOR

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

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Remote Display/Keypad

The Aqua Logic main unit can connect to a maximum of 3 remote wired display/keypads (ordered separately).

Use four conductor cable (typically phone cable) to connect the wired remote display/keypad with the

Aqua Logic Control Center as shown below. The maximum wiring distance is 500ft. (160m). Note that the terminals on both the Aqua Logic main unit and the wired remote display/keypad are numbered:

Connect 1 to 1, 2 to 2, etc. Refer to diagram below.

3.75 ”

3

4

1

2

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Remote Display unit

4.50 ”

4 3 2 1

Alternative

Concealed Wiring

500 ft max

If multiple remote display/keypads are installed: Never connect more than 2 wires to any terminal block. Two remotes can be wired back to the Aqua Logic main unit or the second display/keypad (and third, if applicable) can be “daisy chained” with one display/keypad wired to the next. The maximum wire run from the Aqua Logic main unit to the furthest remote display/keypad is 500 ft (160m).

Base Receiver

Plug in the pigtail connector from the wireless base receiver into the “wireless” connector on the main PCB in the Aqua Logic control unit.

Connector for

Base Receiver

Base Receiver

(AQL-BASE-RF

2 or

AQL -BASE-RF )

Main PCB

Tighten nut

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Laars Heaters

1. Turn power off to heater.

2. Remove factory jumper from terminal block.

3. Wire Aqua Logic to the heater as shown.

4. Ensure toggle switch is in the ON position.

5. Set heater thermostats to maximum position.

to limit switches remove jumper white

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater white

Fusible Link

Hayward Heaters

Refer to the instructions in the heater manual for “2-wire Remote Thermostat” operation under “Remote

Control Connections” and the diagram below:

1. Turn off power to heater.

2. Wire Aqua Logic to terminals 1 & 2 (see diagram).

3. Leave jumper attached to terminals 4 & 5.

4. Move “BYPASS” dipswitch on heater circuit board to “ON” position (up).

5. Turn heater power back on.

6. Switch heater to either “Pool” or “Spa” (it doesn’t make any difference which is selected, the Aqua

Logic will take control).

7. Heater display should be “bO” (for “bypass On).

8. Heater will fire whenever Aqua Logic requests (when Aqua Logic “Heater” LED is illuminated).

ºC ON

ºF OFF

Dipswitch located on heater circuit board

PK

W

R

BK

R

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Terminal block located at electrical junction box

Do not remove jumper

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Low Voltage Wiring

Valve Actuators

The Aqua Logic can control up to three automatic valve actuators. Two of the valve outputs are dedicated to the pool/spa suction (Valve2) and return (Valve1) valves. Valve3 is for general purpose use (solar, water feature, in-floor cleaner, etc.).

For installations with solar heating, Goldline offers the AQ-SOL-KIT-xx solar kit that contains a valve, actuator, and extra temperature sensor. The “xx” indicates the valve type from the 3 choices below:

-1P 1.5” Positive Seal

-2P 2” Positive Seal

The Aqua Logic is compatible with standard valve actuators manufactured by Hayward, Pentair/Compool, and Jandy. See diagram on page 10 for the location of valve connectors.

Heater Control

The Aqua Logic provides a set of low voltage dry contacts that can be connected to most gas heaters or heat pumps with 24V control circuits. Refer to the diagram below for a generic connection. The manuals supplied with most heaters also include specific wiring instructions for connecting the heater to an external control (usually identified as “2-wire” remote control). For millivolt or line voltage heaters, contact Goldline Tech support, 888-921-7665. Refer to the diagrams and the information on the following pages for more details on the connection to several popular heaters.

Generic Heaters

1. Wire heater to 120/240V power source per the instructions in the heater manual. The Aqua Logic does NOT control the power going to the heater.

2. Wire the Aqua Logic dry contact heater output per the diagram below. Many internal parts of the heater can get very hot--see the heater manufacturer’s recommendations on the minimum temperature rating for wires. If no guidance is given, use 105°C rated wire.

3. Set any ON/OFF switch on the heater to ON.

4. Set the thermostat(s) on the heater to the maximum (hottest) setting.

Pool/Spa

Air

Solar

Heater

Kill Switch

Thermostat

Heater

Ignition/Valve

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Flow Switch

Only applicable if the chlorinator function is enabled. The flow switch cable plugs into the Aqua Logic

Control Center at the position shown in the diagram on page 10. Ensure that the connector catch “snaps” in order to provide a reliable connection.

Turbo Cell

Only applicable if the chlorinator function is enabled. The Turbo Cell should be plugged in after the

Aqua Logic cover panel is put back in place. Refer to page 10 for the location of the connector.

Goldline Aqua Rite Chlorinator

The Aqua Logic can control one or more Goldline Aqua Rite chlorinators when additional sanitizing capacity is required. A 4 wire connection is used to communicate to the Aqua Rite and can be wired up to 500' apart. Any outdoor rated 4 conductor cable can be used. Refer to the wiring diagrams below for proper wiring connection to the Aqua Rite. NOTE: There must be only 1 "primary" unit. All other Aqua Rite units must be configured as "secondary".

Jumper Installed

For Primary

(Factory Default)

4

3

2

1

GREEN

YELLOW

BLACK

RED

Jumper Removed

For Secondary(s)

Additional

Aqua Rite(s)

(if required)

Aqua Logic

Aqua Rite

(Primary)

Aqua Rite

(Secondary)

NOTE: Primary/Secondary jumper is located underneath small circuit board.

Aqua Logic

GRN

YEL

BLK

RED

2

1

4

3 green yellow black red

2

1

4

3

GRN

YEL

BLK

RED

Aqua Rite

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5. Configuration Setup

After plumbing and wiring are complete, the Aqua Logic MUST BE CONFIGURED before attempting to operate. Configuration information is entered at the keypad and “tells” the Aqua Logic what equipment is connected and how each should be controlled.

Accessing the Configuration Menu

Configuring the Aqua Logic requires that you navigate through the Configuration Menu and input various information. For more detailed information about using the Aqua Logic menu system, refer to the Operation Manual.

To access the Configuration Menu

Configuration

Menu-Locked

Configuration

Menu-Unlocked

>

>

Menu

>

>

Press repeatedly until “Configuration Menu” is displayed

Press BOTH buttons SIMULTANEOUSLY for 5 seconds to unlock

Move to configuration menu

NOTE: The configuration menu automatically “locks” after 2 minutes of no buttons being pressed to prevent unauthorized people from changing the control logic inadvertently and possibly damaging the pool equipment or causing a “call back” to fix the configuration.

Configuration Menu Items

Each item needs to be programmed and may contain additional sub-menu items. Refer to the following pages for information on programming.

Chlor. Config.

+ to view/change

Chlorinator

Disabled

Display

Salt

>

>

>

>

> +

>

Push to access Chlorinator option

Move to next configuration menu

Toggle between Chlorinator Enabled and Disabled (default)

Move to next menu item

Toggle between Display Salt (default) and Minerals

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Chlorinator

If the chlorinator is enabled (requires the use of the AQL-CL chlorination kit), then the cell and flow switch must also be installed and the Aqua Logic will automatically chlorinate both the pool and spa according to the desired output setting (see Settings Menu in the Operation manual). If disabled (default), then neither the cell nor flow switch need to be installed and all displays relating to the chlorinator will be suppressed.

When the chlorinator is enabled, the Aqua Logic will automatically detect and control any

Aqua Rite(s) that is installed in the system (see page 18).

Display

Allows for the display of salt (default) or mineral values.

Cell Type

T-CELL-15

>

+

>

Toggle between T-CELL-5 and T-CELL-15 (default)

Move to next menu item

Cell Type Selection

The Cell Type Menu appears after “Display Salt/Minerals” in the Chlorinator Configuration

Menu. The options are T-CELL-5 or T-CELL-15 (default). Make the proper selection based on the electrolytic cell that is used in your system. For pools up to 20,000 gallons, the T-

CELL-5 is typically used. The T-CELL-15 is for pools up to 40,000 gallons.

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High Voltage (120/240V) Pool Equipment

All Aqua Logic relays are double pole (they make/break both “legs” of 240V circuits) and are rated at

3HP/30A at 240V (1½HP/30A at 120V). Refer to the diagram below for typical relay wiring.

240 VAC

Load

120 VAC

Load

120 VAC

Load

Wiring relays for 240 VAC

Pool Equipment

Wiring relays for 120 VAC

Pool Equipment

Wiring GFCB for 120 V

Pool Equipment

!

WARNING: Do not use the Aqua Logic to control an automatic pool cover. Swimmers may become entrapped underneath the cover.

Two speed filter pump: Requires 2 relays (FILTER plus one of the AUX relays) for proper operation of both speeds. !

IMPORTANT: Be sure to follow the wiring diagram below AND to configure the control logic according to the instructions on page 21.

Lo Speed

Hi Speed

Common

Ground

2-Speed

Filter

Pump

N

L2

L1

G

Lights: A ground fault circuit breaker must be used to supply power for high voltage pool/spa lighting.

Low voltage lights will require an external transformer. For lighting systems that have both a light source and color wheel, connect the light source to the “Lights” relay and then connect the color wheel to one of the AUX outputs.

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SUITABLE LISTED BREAKERS

Manufacturer Single Double Twin Quad GFCB Filler Plates

Cutler-Hammer

Murray

Siemens

Square D

Thomas & Betts

BR

MP-T

QP

HOM

TB

BR

MP-T

QP

HOM

TB

BRD

MH-T

QT

HOMT

TBBD

BRD

MH-T

QT

HOMT

TBBQ

GFCB

MP-GT

QPF

HOM

GFB

BRFP

LX100FP

QF3

HOMFP

FP-1C-TB

General Purpose Outlet

If desired, a duplex receptacle with weatherproof cover (supplied by installer) may be installed in the knockouts on the lower right side of the Aqua Logic enclosure. Per code, the receptacle should be a

GFCI type. Alternatively, connect a standard receptacle to a GFCB.

Aqua Logic Control Power

The Aqua Logic requires 120VAC, 2A power to operate the control logic circuits and the chlorinator.

This power should be connected to one of the circuit breakers.

!

WARNING: 120VAC only (permanent damage if connected to 240V)

Field

Wired

11

120, 2VA

Factory

Prewired

Pool/Spa Config.

+ to view/change

> +

>

Push to access Pool/Spa options

Move to previous/next configuration menu item

Pool/Spa Setup

Pool and Spa if “Pool and Spa” is selected

Spa - CountDn

00:30 if “Pool and Spa” is selected

Spa Spillover

Enabled

>

+

+

>

>

>

Rotates between Pool and Spa, Spa Only, and Pool Only (default) optio

Move to next menu item

Adjust time setting (Manual on/off, 0:05, 0:10, 0:15..., (default is 4:00))

Move to next menu item

> Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Spa Spillover

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu if “Pool and Spa” is selected

and if “Spa Spillover” is enabled

Filter Operation

Spa Spillover

+ >

>

Toggle between Pool Only (default) and Spa Spillover options

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu if “Pool Only” or “Spa Only” is selected

V1=Aux1, V2=Aux2

Disabled

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default)

Move to previous/next configuration menu if “Pool and Spa-Std” is selected

Filter Off Valve

Change: Enabled

+ >

>

Toggle between Enabled (default) and Disabled

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Pool/Spa Setup

If “Pool Only” or “Spa Only” are selected, then the pool/spa valves are not needed and pushing the POOL/SPA button on the display/keypad will have no effect. If “Pool and Spa” is selected, then the pool/spa suction and return valve actuators should be connected to the

Aqua Logic. Pressing the POOL/SPA button on the display/keypad will allow the homeowner to alternate between pool and spa operation. For more information on “Pool and Spa”, refer to the Plumbing section on pages 8.

Spa CountDn

This menu will appear only if Pool/Spa Setup is set to “Pool and Spa”. This setting is the time, after you manually switch the Pool/Spa valves to “Spa Only”, until the Aqua Logic automatically returns the valves to their previous positions. It is programmed in increments of 5 minutes, from “Manual On/Off” (0 minutes) to “21:00” (21 hours). The filter is forced on during this time period.

Spa Spillover

When spa spillover is “Enabled” and “Pool and Spa”, the homeowner will be able to rotate through “Pool Only” (both suction and return valves switched to pool), “Spa Only” (both suction and return valves switched to spa) and “Spillover” (suction valve switched to pool and return valve switched to spa) by successive presses of the “Pool/Spa) button.

Filter Operation

If “Spa Spillover” is selected, the Aqua Logic will automatically switch the pool/spa suction and return valves to “spillover” at the start of the programmed pool filtering time period or when the super-chlorinate function is turned on. The valves will remain in this position for the remainder of the super-chlorinate period. This option is usually preferable because both the pool and spa water will be filtered and sanitized.

If “Pool Only” is selected, then the Aqua Logic will switch the pool/spa valves to the “pool only” position at the start of the programmed pool filtering time period or when the superchlorinate function is turned on. This may be desirable on some systems with in-floor cleaners because it allows the cleaner to operate all the time the pool is being filtered and/or the super chlorinate is running.

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V1=Aux1, V2=Aux2

This menu appears only if the Pool/Spa Setup is “Pool Only” or “Spa Only”. When enabled,

Valve 1 (return) will follow the Aux1 output and Valve 2 (suction) will follow the Aux2 output.

When disabled (default), the return and suction pool/spa valves function normally.

Filter Off Valve Change

This menu appears only if Pool/Spa setup is set to “Pool and Spa - Std”. When enabled

(default), the filter pump will shut off for 35 seconds whenever the Pool/Spa valves are turning. The pump will NOT shut off when a heater is in Heater Cooldown mode.

Filter Pump Config.

+ to view/change

Filter Pump

1 Speed

Freeze Protect

Enabled

Freeze Temp

38ºF

> >

> +

>

Push to access pump options

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Toggle between 1-speed (default) and 2-speed options

Move to next menu item

> +

>

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled (default) and Disabled Freeze Protection

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu

Adjust the desired freeze protection temperature (33ºF - 42ºF)

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Filter Pump

Select single speed or 2-speed pump. If a 2-speed pump is configured, one of the AUX relays must also be configured to control the low speed motor winding on the pump (see page 12 for wiring and page 24 for AUX configuration). See the Operation Manual for specific information regarding the control logic for 2-speed pump operation.

Freeze Protection

Freeze protection is used to protect the pool and plumbed equipment against freeze damage.

If freeze protection is enabled and the AIR temperature sensor falls below the freeze threshold

(see below), the Aqua Logic will turn on the filter pump to circulate the water. If “Pool and

Spa” is selected in the Pool/Spa sub-menu (see page 20), the valves will also alternate between the pool and spa every 30 minutes and the filter pump will turn off while the valves are turning. The chlorinator will not operate if freeze protection is the only reason the pump is running.

Freeze Protection Temperature

Select the temperature to be used for freeze protection. Temperature is adjustable from 33ºF

- 42ºF (1ºC - 6ºC). 38ºF (3ºC) is default. This threshold will be used for all outputs that have freeze protection enabled.

Heater1 Config.

+ to view/change

> +

>

Push to access heater options

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Heater1

Disabled

> if “Heater1” is enabled

Heater1 Cooldown

Disabled

> +

> if “Heater1” is enabled

Heater1 Extend

Disabled if “Heater1” is enabled and

2-speed filter pump is enabled

Allow Low Speed

Disabled

+ >

> +

>

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Heater 1

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Heater 1 Cooldown

Move to next menu item

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Heater 1 Extend

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default)

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu

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Remote Keypad

Heater Output

Sensor Inputs

Valve Connectors

4. Electrical Wiring

Cell

“Local” Display

Flow Switch

High Voltage

Relays

Subpanel

Control Power

Input

The Aqua Logic Control Center requires both high and low voltage connections. Low voltage connections will be made to actuators, sensors, remote keypad, etc. High voltage connections will be made to pumps, lights, etc., as well as providing direct input power to the Control Center. Always:

-Ensure that Power is disconnected prior to doing any wiring

-Follow all local and NEC (CEC if applicable) codes

-Use copper conductors only

Main Service (Power to the Circuit Breaker Subpanel)

The Aqua Logic circuit breaker subpanel is rated for 100A service. Run properly rated conductors (L1,

L2, N, and ground) from the primary house electrical panel to the main power connections on the Aqua

Logic circuit breaker base. The connection at the main house panel should be to a 240VAC circuit breaker rated at 100A maximum.

Grounding and Bonding

Connect a ground wire from the primary electrical panel to the Aqua Logic ground bus bar. Also ground each piece of high voltage (120 or 240VAC) equipment that is connected to the Aqua Logic control relays or circuit breakers. The Aqua Logic should also be connected to the pool bonding system by an 8AWG

(6AWG for Canada) wire. A lug for bonding (2 for Canada) is provided on the outside/bottom of the

Aqua Logic enclosure.

Circuit Breaker Installation and Wiring

Circuit breakers are to be supplied by the installer. Refer to the circuit breaker chart on the following page for a list of suitable circuit breakers that can be used. Follow the code and the circuit breaker manufacturer’s rating requirements regarding the size and temperature rating for wiring. Note that some pool equipment may be required to be connected to ground fault circuit breakers—check local and NEC (CEC) codes.

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Turbo Cell

(supplied with AQL-CL chlorination kit)

The Turbo Cell (used for chlorine generation) should be plumbed AFTER the filter and heater. If installed on a pool/spa combination system, the cell should be plumbed BEFORE the pool/spa return valve in order to allow proper chlorination of both the pool and the spa. Refer to plumbing diagram below:

Flow switch before cell Flow switch after cell

The cell may be mounted vertically or horizontally, and water can move in either direction through the cell.

Install using the 2" unions provided. Tighten unions BY HAND for a watertight seal. For systems with

1½“ plumbing use adaptors (provided by installer).

Flow Switch

(supplied with AQL-CL chlorination kit)

The flow switch must be plumbed in the same section of plumbing as the Turbo Cell. The flow switch is a safety device that ensures that water is flowing through the cell before the Aqua Logic starts to generate chlorine. Failure to properly install the flow switch can result in explosive gases accumulating in the pool plumbing system.

!

IMPORTANT: There must be at least a 12" (30cm) straight pipe run before (upstream) the flow switch. If the switch is plumbed after the cell, the cell can by counted as the 12" (30cm) of straight pipe.

!

IMPORTANT: To ensure proper operation, verify that the arrow on the flow switch points in the direction of water flow.

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Heater1

If the heater is “Enabled”, the heater relay will turn on when the water temperature is less than the desired temperature setting and the filter pump is running. The desired temperature is in the “Settings Menu”. If applicable, the homeowner will be prompted to enter separate

“pool” and “spa” settings. Depending on the position of the pool/spa suction valve, the proper temperature setting will be used.

Heater Cooldown

This feature ensures that the heater cools down before water circulation is stopped. When enabled, the Aqua Logic will continue to run the filter pump for 5 minutes after the heater turns off. During this period the filter pump LED will flash and also a “Heater Cooldown,

X:XX remaining” message will scroll on the display.

When the filter pump is running and the heater is on: Pressing the “Filter” button once will cause the heater to turn off, but the filter pump will continue to run for heater cooldown (filter

LED flashing and message on display). Pushing the filter button a second time will override the heater cooldown operation and turn the filter pump off.

Heater Extend

If “Enabled”, the filter extend logic keeps the filter pump running beyond the normal turn-off time until the pool (or spa) is heated up to the desired temperature setting (see Settings

Menu). Heater extend will NOT cause the filter pump to turn on, it will only delay the turn off time when the heater is operating.

Allow Low Speed

This menu only appears if the pool filter is configured for 2-speed operation. During default operation, high speed mode is used whenever the heater is on. If Allow Low Speed is

“Enabled”, low speed will be allowed whenever the heater is on.

Solar Config.

+ to view/change

Solar

Disabled if “Solar” is enabled

Solar Extend

Disabled if “Solar” is enabled

Solar Priority

Disabled

> >

> +

>

Push to access solar options

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Solar

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu

> +

>

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Solar Extend

Move to next menu item

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Solar Priority

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Solar

If the solar control logic is “Enabled”, several additional steps must be taken to ensure proper operation of the solar system. If the solar is operated by a valve, then the Valve3 output must be setup for solar logic (page 25). If the solar is operated by a pump, then one of the AUX relays must be set up for solar logic (page 24). Also, the “solar” temperature sensor must be installed. This sensor is typically mounted near the collector array and is used to sense whether sufficient solar heat is available.

If solar is “Enabled”, the valve or solar pump relay will turn on when the water temperature is less than the desired temperature setting AND the solar sensor is hotter than the water. The desired temperature is in the “Settings Menu”. If applicable, the homeowner will be prompted to enter separate pool and spa desired temperature settings. Depending on the position of the pool/spa suction valve, the proper temperature setting will be used.

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Solar Extend

If “Enabled”, the filter extend logic keeps the filter pump running beyond the normal turn-off time if solar heat is still available. When solar heat is no longer available, both the solar valve/pump and filter pump will turn off simultaneously. Solar extend will NOT cause the filter pump to turn on, it will only delay the turn off time when solar is operating.

Solar Priority

If both “Solar Control” and “Heater Control” are enabled, the Solar Priority feature will keep the conventional heater off whenever solar heat is available. This provides the most cost effective way of heating the pool. When solar heat is not available, the conventional heater will operate normally.

Lights Config.

+ to view/change

>

> +

+

>

Push to access Lights options

Move to previous/next configuration menu item

Lights Function

Manual On/Off >

Rotates between Manual On/Off (default), Countdown Timer, Timeclock

Solar, Low speed of a 2-speed pump

Move to next menu item

options, and Super Chlorinate for manual on/off, countdown timer and timeclock functions

Lights Relay

Standard

+

>

>

Toggle between Standard (default) and Dimmer

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu for all functions except solar and low speed of 2-speed filter pump and dimmer

Lights Interlock

Disabled

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Lights Interlock

Move to next menu item for all functions except low speed of 2-speed filter pump

Lights Freeze

Disabled

+ >

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Lights Freeze Protectio

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Lights Function

Although designated as the “Lights” output, the function of the lights relay is similar to the aux1 and aux2 relays. If pool lights are wired to the lights relay, some options including Solar function, Low Speed of a 2-Speed Filter Pump, Lights Interlock and Lights Freeze Protection will not be necessary and should be disabled. If no pool lights are used, the lights relay can be used to control other pool devices that may require these options. The function of each option is shown below.

Manual On/Off—the lights relay will alternate between turning on and off when the LIGHTS button is pressed. There is no automatic control logic.

Countdown Timer—the lights relay will turn on when the LIGHTS button is pressed. The lights relay will turn off automatically after a programmed time (see Timers Menu in Operation

Manual). The LIGHTS button can also be used to turn the output off.

Timeclock – the lights relay will turn-on and turn-off at the times set for the lights timeclock in the Timers Menu (see Timers Menu in Operation Manual). The LIGHTS button can also be used to turn the output on and off.

Solar – the lights relay can operate a solar booster pump which will turn on when the filter pump is running and solar heat is available and the water is less than the desired temperature setting. It is important to note that “Solar Control” must be enabled in the “Solar Config.” menu for proper operation to occur.

Low Speed of a 2-speed Filter Pump – the Aqua Logic will turn on the lights relay whenever the low speed operation of the filter pump is required. It is very important that the “2-speed” filter pump option be selected under the “Filter Config.” Menu for proper operation.

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3. Plumbing

“Standard” Pool/Spa system configuration

These systems use a single filter pump and filter. Pool or spa operation is controlled by two 3-way valves

(suction and return). Refer to the diagram below.

HIGH VOLTAGE

LIGHTS

High Voltage Relays

Filter Pump

Lights

Aux 1

Aux 2

Valve Outputs

Pool/Spa Suction

Pool/Spa Return

Valve 3

TRANSFORMER

FIBER OPTIC

LIGHT SOURCE

LOW VOLTAGE

LIGHTS

COLOR WHEEL

FILTER

SOLAR BOOST

PUMP

CHECK

VALVE

SOLAR

VALVE

SOLAR

TEMPERATURE

SENSOR

CHECK

VALVE

HEATER

CELL

FLOW

SWITCH

CHECK VALVE

(prevents draining of raised spas)

POOL/SPA SUCTION

VALVE

FILTER

PUMP

MANUAL

VALVE

MANUAL

VALVE

POOL VACUUM

VALVE

TWO-WAY

VALVE

ENERGY

FILTER

ISOLATED

WATER

FEATURE

POOL/SPA

TEMPERATURE

SENSOR

SPA

BLOWER

HEATER

BYPASS

VALVE

(manual)

MANUAL

VALVE

CHECK

VALVE

(prevents draining of raised spas)

WATER

FEATURE

VALVE

POOL/SPA

RETURN

VALVE

POOL SWEEP

BOOST PUMP

WATER

FEATURE

PUMP

IN-FLOOR

CLEANER

SKIM

PUMP

SPA JET

PUMP

SPA

POP-UP

OVERFLOW

SPILLOVER

POOL

POP-UP

SUCTION

CLEANER

MAIN

DRAIN ENERGY

SAVER

PRESSURE

CLEANER POP-UP

POP-UP

RETURN

JET VALVE

WATER

FEATURE

PUMP

WATER

FEATURE

NON-BOOST

PRESSURE

CLEANER

PRESSURE

CLEANER

Some important notes regarding the Aqua Logic control of Standard Pool/Spa systems:

In Pool/Spa Config., select:

Pool/Spa Setup

Pool and Spa

1. The Aqua Logic can be programmed to accommodate spa spillover, if desired.

2. A conventional heater (gas or heat pump) and solar can be used to heat both the pool and the spa.

3. If the chlorinator cell is plumbed prior to the pool/spa return valve, then both the pool and the spa can be chlorinated

4. The water sensor should be installed prior to any heater or solar and will display either the pool or the spa temperature, depending on the current operation of the pool. The temperature will only be displayed when the filter pump is running.

5. If any water feature or pressure side cleaner boost pumps are used, be sure to enable the “interlock” feature (see “Configuration Menu” for details) to ensure that the pumps operate only when the filter pump is on and the system is in the “pool only” operating mode.

6. The plumbing diagram above is intended to be used as a general guideline and is not a complete plumbing schematic for the pool.

7. The air sensor must be installed if the freeze protection feature is enabled for the filter, valves or aux outputs or if the chlorinator is enabled.

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never touch the unit). The display/keypad is designed to mount onto a standard electrical utility box (same box as a single light switch, ideal for new construction) or can be mounted directly onto any wall surface.

When selecting a location, note that the wire to the Aqua Logic main unit must be less than 500’ long. Refer to the remote’s installation instructions as well as the steps below:

1. Remove display/keypad baseplate from the cover by lifting up on the cover at the lower end of the keypad. See diagram below.

2. Screw the baseplate in the desired position (screws supplied by installer).

Remote Keypad push up here to remove cover

3. See “Electrical Wiring” (page 17) for instructions on running the cable from the Aqua Logic main unit to the remote display/keypad.

AQL-SS-6B-x (x=W, G or B for White, Gray or Black)

The AQL-SS-6B is a double insulated, waterproof device which is intended for installation at the water's edge. The remote control comes with an attached 150’ cable and is typically installed at the tile-line of the spa wall, or in the deck, within arm's reach of a pool/spa occupant. Refer to the AQL-SS-6B installation manual for specific mounting and wiring information.

Wireless Remote Controls

A single Base Receiver must be installed on the Aqua Logic in order to use the AQL-SS-RF wireless spa side remote control. With the Base Receiver installed, there is no limit on the number of wireless remotes that can used. The maximum distance between the wireless remote and the base receiver on the Aqua

Logic main control unit is 400 feet (120m) line of sight or 200 feet (60m) through walls, etc. If in doubt about the distance, test operation before installing the remote.

The wireless remotes require the user to run the “Teach Wireless” routine in the Settings Menu. This information can be found in the Aqua Logic Operation Manual and the owner’s manual of each remote.

AQL-BASE-RF/AQL2-BASE-RF Base Receiver

This optional base receiver must be installed if the wireless spa side remote (AQL-SS-RF) is used. To install the base receiver, remove the knockout on the upper left side of the Aqua Logic main control unit, insert the base receiver, and then tighten the nut from the inside. Also refer to the Base Receiver manual and the diagram on page 17.

AQL-SS-RF Wireless Spa Side Remote Control

The AQL-SS-RF is a waterproof portable remote control that is designed to be used in and around the pool/spa area. The unit floats and can be left in the pool/spa water for easy access.

Optional Valve Actuators

If using the actuators supplied with the Aqua Logic—note that the internal cams in the actuator may have to be adjusted depending on the way the actuator is mounted on the valve and the desired valve action.

RETURN SUCTION

OUT OUT IN IN

IN

(Common)

7

OUT

(Common)

Super Chlorinate – if “Chlorinator” is enabled, this option allows the user to start a Super

Chlorinate cycle when the Lights button is pressed, rather than using the Settings Menu.

Note that only one button can me assigned to this function.

Lights Relay

This feature allows the user to select either “Standard” (default) or “Dimmer” type relay for the Lights output. The optional AQL-DIM dimmer kit must be installed if “Dimmer” is desired. When “Dimmer” is selected, and the Lights output is manually turned on, the “+” and “-” buttons adjust the level from 20% to 100% (default). The level is saved for the next time the lights are turned from off to on.

Lights Interlock

If enabled, this feature will override the function (Manual On/Off, Countdown Timer,

Timeclock) selected above and turn the lights relay off when: filter pump is off, first 3 minutes of filter pump operation (allows the pump to prime and get water flowing), when the pool/spa suction return valves are in any position other than “pool only”, or for the first 3 minutes after solar turns on (allows air in the solar panels to be purged). Interlock is not available for solar, low speed filter pump, or dimmer.

Lights Freeze Protection

This function helps protect equipment that is wired to the lights relay against freeze damage.

If Freeze Protection is enabled and the AIR temperature sensor falls below the selected freeze temperature threshold, the Aqua Logic will energize the lights relay. IMPORTANT: this only enables operation of the lights relay during freeze--see the “Filter Pump Config.” menu to enable freeze protection for the main circulation system.

NOTE: The configuration parameters for the Aux2 output is the same as shown below for Aux1.

Aux1 Config.

+ to view/change

Aux1 Function

Manual On/Off

>

>

+

+

>

>

Push to access Aux1 options

Move to previous/next configuration menu item

Rotates between Manual On/Off

Move to next menu item

(default)

Solar, Low speed of a 2-speed pump

, Countdown Timer, Timeclock

options, and Super Chlorinate for manual on/off, countdown timer and timeclock functions

Aux1 Relay

Standard

+

>

>

Toggle between Standard (default) and Dimmer

Move to next menu item or previous/next configuration menu for all functions except solar and low speed of 2-speed filter pump and dimmer

Aux1 Interlock

Disabled

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Aux1 Interlock

Move to next menu item for all functions except low speed of 2-speed filter pump

Aux1 Freeze

Enabled

+ >

>

Toggle between Enabled (default) and Disabled Aux1 Freeze

Move to previous/next configuration menu

!

WARNING: Do not use the Aqua Logic to control an automatic pool cover. Swimmers may become entrapped underneath the cover.

Aux1 Function

Manual On/Off (default)—the aux relay will alternate between turning on and off when the aux button is pressed. There is no automatic control logic.

Countdown Timer – the aux relay will turn on when the AUX button is pressed and then will turn off automatically after a programmed time (see Timers Menu, Operation Manual). The

AUX button can also be used to turn the output off.

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Timeclock – the aux relay will turn-on and turn-off at the times set for the aux1 timeclock in the Timers Menu. The AUX button can also be used to turn the output on and off.

Solar – the aux relay operates a solar booster pump which will turn on when the filter pump is running and solar heat is available and the water is less than the desired temperature setting. It is important to note that “Solar Control” must be enabled in the “Solar Config.” menu for proper operation to occur.

Low Speed of a 2-speed Filter Pump – the Aqua Logic will operate the aux relay whenever the low speed operation of the filter pump is required. It is very important that the “2-speed” filter pump option be selected under the “Filter Config.” Menu for proper operation.

Super Chlorinate – if “Chlorinator” is enabled, this option allows the user to start a Super

Chlorinate cycle when the Aux button is pressed, rather than using the Settings Menu. Note that only one button can me assigned to this function.

Aux1 Relay

This feature allows the user to select either “Standard” (default) or “Dimmer” type relay for the Aux1 output. The optional AQL-DIM dimmer kit must be installed if “Dimmer” is desired.

When “Dimmer” is selected, and the Aux1 output is manually turned on, the “+” and “-” buttons adjust the level from 20% to 100% (default). The level is saved for the next time the aux1 output is turned from off to on.

Aux1 Interlock

If “Enabled”, this feature will override the function (Manual On/Off, Countdown Timer,

Timeclock), selected above and turn the aux1 off when: filter pump is off, first 3 minutes of filter pump operation (allows the pump to prime and get water flowing), when the pool/spa suction return valves are in any position other than “pool only”, or for the first 3 minutes after solar turns on (allows air in the solar panels to be purged). Interlock is not available for solar, low speed filter pump, or dimmer.

Aux1 Freeze Protection

This function protects the pool, plumbing, and equipment against freeze damage. If Freeze

Protection is enabled and the AIR temperature sensor falls below the selected freeze temperature threshold, the Aqua Logic will turn on the aux relay to circulate the water.

IMPORTANT: this only enables operation of the AUX output during freeze--see the “Filter

Pump Config.” menu to enable freeze protection for the main circulation system.

Valve3 Config.

+ to view/change

Valve3 Function

Solar for all functions except solar

Valve3 Interlock

Disabled

Valve3 Freeze

Disabled

> +

>

> +

>

Push to access Valve3 options

Move to previous/next configuration menu item

Rotates between Timeclock and Super Chlorinate

Move to next menu item

(default) , Solar, In-Floor Cleaner,

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Valve3 Interlock

Move to next menu item

> +

>

Toggle between Enabled and Disabled (default) Valve3 Freeze

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Valve3 Function

Timeclock (default) – the valve turns on/off at the times set for the valve3 timeclock in the

Timers Menu (see Operations Manual). The VALVE3 button can also be used to turn the valve output on or off.

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2. Mounting the Equipment

Aqua Logic Control Center

The Aqua Logic is contained in a raintight enclosure that is suitable for outdoor mounting. The control must be mounted a minimum of 5 ft. (2 meters) horizontal distance from the pool/spa (or more, if local codes require). The Control Center is designed to mount vertically on a flat surface with the knockouts facing downward. Because the enclosure also acts as a heat sink (disperses heat from inside the box), it is important not to block the four sides of the control. Do not mount the Aqua Logic inside a panel or tightly enclosed area.

When selecting a location, note that the standard cables supplied with the Turbo Cell, flow switch, temperature sensors, and valve actuators (if applicable) are all 15 ft. (5m) long. Call the Goldline Service

Dept. (888-921-7665) for information regarding longer cables.

Temperature Sensors

Three sensors are included with the Aqua Logic. A water sensor and an air sensor must be installed at all times for proper operation. A solar sensor is required if the solar function or “dual equipment” is enabled.

Water Sensor

This sensor is used to measure the pool/spa temperature and is installed in the filtration plumbing after the filter but before either the solar or conventionally fueled heaters—refer to the plumbing overview diagram.

1. Drill a 3/8” (10mm) diameter hole in the PVC piping and remove all chips and burrs.

2. Insert sensor until O-ring collar sits flush on the hole.

3. Position hose clamp over the sensor and gently tighten until O-ring makes an adequate seal. Do not overtighten.

4. For maximum temperature accuracy, cover the sensor and 3” (6cm) of pipe on either side with insulation and white paint.

Air Sensor

Mount the air sensor outdoors. !

IMPORTANT: Mount the air sensor out of direct sunlight.

Solar Sensor (Spa Sensor if using “Dual Equipment”)

For solar applications, mount the sensor near the solar collector array so that it is exposed to the same sunlight as the collectors. For Dual Equipment applications, mount the sensor after the spa filter but before the heater (see page 8). Use additional cable (20 AWG) if necessary.

Optional AQL-CL Chlorination Kit

The AQL-P4 requires the use of the AQL-CL or AQL-CL-25FT chlorination kit when using the chlorinator function. This kit contains a Turbo Cell, cell unions and flow switch. Refer to pages 9 and 18 for plumbing and wiring instructions.

Optional Remote Controls

Goldline offers a variety of wired and wireless remote control options for the Aqua Logic. Each model gives you the ability to control your pool’s functions from a remote location, away from the Control Center.

Wired Remote Controls

Up to 3 wired remote controls can be installed. See page 17 for wiring information.

AQL-WW-P4

The AQL-WW-P4 display/keypad must be mounted indoors or in a weather protected area (rain should

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Pool Sizing Formula

Rectangular

Round

Gallons

(pool size in feet)

Length x Width x

Average Depth x 7.5

Diameter x Diameter x

Average Depth x 5.9

Liters

(pool size in meters)

Length x Width x

Average Depth x 1000

Diameter x Diameter x

Average Depth x 785

Oval

Length x Width x

Average Depth x 6.7

Length x Width x

Average Depth x 893

Type of Salt to Use

It is important to use only sodium chloride (NaCl) salt that is greater than 99.0% pure. This can be found at most pool stores in 40-80 lb. bags labeled “for use in swimming pools”. Alternatively, use common food quality or water softener salt that is at least 99.0% pure. It is also acceptable to use water conditioning salt pellets, however, it will take longer for them to dissolve. Do not use rock salt, or salt with more than 1% of yellow prussiate of soda, salt with anti-caking additives, or iodized salt.

How to Add Salt

For new plaster pools, wait 10-14 days before adding salt to allow the plaster to cure. Turn the circulating pump on and add salt directly into the pool. Brush the salt around to speed up the dissolving process—do not allow salt to pile up on the bottom of the pool. Run the filter pump for 24 hours with the suction coming from the main drain (use pool vacuum if there is no main drain) to allow the salt to evenly disperse throughout the pool. The salt display may take 24 hours to respond to the change in salt concentration.

Always check stabilizer (cyanuric acid), when checking salt. These levels will most likely decline together.

Use the chart below to determine how much stabilizer must be added to raise the level to 80 ppm.

Current

Stabilizer

Level (ppm)

0 ppm

10 ppm

20 ppm

30 ppm

40 ppm

50 ppm

60 ppm

70 ppm

8,000

(30000)

5.3

(3.6)

4.7

(3.2)

4.0

(2.7)

3.3

(2.3)

2.7

(1.8)

2.0

(1.4)

1.3

(.91)

0.7

(.45)

80 ppm

0.0

4.2

(2.7)

3.3

(2.1)

2.5

(1.6)

1.7

(1.1)

0.8

(.54)

10,000

(37500)

6.7

(4.3)

5.8

(3.7)

12,000

(45000)

8.0

(3.6)

7.0

(3.2

)

6.0

(2.7)

5.0

(2.3)

4.0

(1.8)

3.0

(1.4)

2.0

(.91)

1.0

(.45)

0.0

0.0

POUNDS and (Kg) OF STABILIZER (CYANURIC ACID) NEEDED FOR 80 PPM

14,000

(52500)

9.4

(4.3)

8.2

(3.7)

7.0

(3.2)

5.9

(2.7)

4.7

(2.1)

3.5

(1.6)

2.3

(1.1)

1.2

(.54)

16,000

(60000)

10.7

(4.9)

9.4

(4.3)

8.0

(3.6)

6.7

(3.0)

5.4

(2.4)

4.0

(1.8)

2.7

(1.2)

1.4

(.64)

18,000

(67500)

Gallons and (Liters) of Pool/Spa water

20,000

(75000)

22,000

(82500)

24,000

(90000)

26,000

(97500)

28,000

(105000)

12.0

(5.4)

10.5

(4.8)

9.0

(2.2)

7.5

(3.4)

6.0

(2.7)

4.5

(2.0)

3.0

(1.4)

1.5

(.68)

13.4

(6.1)

11.7

(5.3)

10.0

(4.5)

8.4

(3.8)

6.7

(3.0)

5.0

(2.3)

3.3

(1.5)

1.7

(.77)

14.7

(6.7)

12.9

(5.9)

11.0

(5.0)

9.2

(4.2)

7.4

(3.3)

5.5

(2.5)

3.7

(1.7)

1.8

(.82)

16.0

(7.3)

14.0

(6.4)

12.0

(5.4)

10.0

(4.5)

8.0

(3.6)

6.0

(2.7)

4.0

(1.8)

2.0

(.91)

15.2

(6.9)

13.0

(5.9)

10.8

(4.9)

8.7

(3.9)

6.5

(2.9)

4.3

(2.0)

2.2

(1.0)

18.7

(8.5)

16.4

(7.4)

14.0

(6.4)

11.7

(5.2)

9.3

(4.2)

7.0

(3.2)

4.7

(2.1)

2.3

(1.1)

30,000

(112500)

20.0

(9.1)

17.2

(8.0)

15.0

(6.8)

12.5

(5.6)

10.0

(4.5)

7.5

(3.4)

5.0

(2.3)

2.5

(1.2)

32,000

(120000)

34,000

(127500)

21.3

(9.7)

18.7

(8.5)

16.0

(7.2)

13.3

(6.0)

10.7

(4.8)

8.0

(3.6)

5.3

(2.4)

2.7

(1.2)

22.7

(10.3)

19.8

(9.0)

14.2

(6.3)

8.5

(3.9)

5.7

(2.6)

2.8

(1.3)

36,000

(135000)

21.0

(9.5)

18.0

(8.1)

15.0

(6.7)

12.0

(5.4)

9.0

(4.1)

3.0

(1.3)

38,

(142

12

(5

9

(4

1

(8

1

(7

6

(2

3

(1

2

(1

2

(1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0

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Solar – the valve operates when the filter pump is running and solar heat is available and the water is less than the desired temperature setting. Solar heating must be enabled in the

“Solar Config. menu for proper operation to occur.

In-Floor Cleaner – the valve switches the water returning to the pool between the in-floor cleaner and the normal return jets which facilitate efficient surface skimming. The valve will operate the in-floor cleaner for the first half of each clock hour and then switch to the jets/ skimming for the last half of the hour.

Super Chlorinate – if “Chlorinator” is enabled, this option allows the user to start a Super

Chlorinate cycle when the Valve3 button is pressed, rather than using the Settings Menu.

Note that only one button can me assigned to this function.

Valve3 Interlock

If “Enabled”, this feature will override the function (timeclock or in-floor cleaner) selected above and turn the valve off when: the filter pump is off, first 3 minutes of filter pump operation (allows the pump to prime and get water flowing), when the pool/spa suction return valves are in any position other than “pool only”, or for the first 3 minutes after solar turns on (allows air in the solar panels to be purged). Interlock is not available for solar, low speed filter pump, or dimmer.

Valve3 Freeze Protection

This function protects the pool and plumbed equipment against freeze damage. If Freeze

Protection is enabled and the AIR temperature falls sensor falls below the selected freeze temperature threshold, the Aqua Logic will turn on the valve to allow circulation of the water.

IMPORTANT: this only enables operation of the valve3 output during freeze--see the “Filter

Pump Config.” menu to enable freeze protection for the main circulation system.

if AQL-SS-6B is connected

6B Spa Config.

+ to view/change

Select 6B Spa

A

6B A, Button 1

Pool/Spa

> +

>

> +

>

> +

>

Push to access the 6 Button Spa Side Remote options

Move to previous/next configuration menu

Rotates between all available remotes

Move to next menu item

Rotates between Pool/Spa, Filter, Lights, Heater1,

Aux1, and Aux2

Move to previous/next menu item or next configuration menu

Select 6B Spa

This menu only appears if more than one AQL-SS-6B is detected at power up. Select which of the available remote controls (A, B or C) is to be configured.

6B A, Button 1

This menu allows the user to map each button of the AQL-SS-6B to one of the standard Aqua

Logic functions. The default selections are: Button 1 - Pool/Spa, Button 2 - Filter, Button 3

- Lights, Button 4 - Heater1, Button 5 - Aux1 and Button 6 - Aux2.

Remote Menus

Enabled

>

+

>

Toggle between Enabled (default) and Disabled Remote Menus

Move to previous/next configuration menu

This feature will prevent unauthorized access to the Settings, Timers, and Configuration menus from any of the Aqua Logic’s remote display/keypads. When disabled, the remote display/keypads will only show the default menu and allow on/off control via the pushbuttons.

Note that the function of the Aqua Logic’s built-in display/keypad is unchanged by this selection. Once disabled, the only way to enable “Remote Menus” is to use the local display/keypad.

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All Timeclocks

7-day

Time Format

12 hour AM/PM

Units

ºF and PPM

> + Toggle between 7-day (default) and Weekend/Weekday time options

> Move to previous/next configuration menu

This selection affects ALL of the timeclock logic in the Aqua Logic. If “7-day” is selected, each timeclock will have one set of turn-on/turn-off settings that operate every day of the week. If “Weekend/Weekdays” option is selected then the user can enter one set of turn-on/ turn-off times for the weekend (fixed as Saturday/Sunday) and another set of turn-on/turnoff times for weekdays (Monday through Friday).

>

+ Toggle between 12 hour AM/PM (default) and 24 hour time format optio

> Move to previous/next configuration menu

>

+ Toggle between ºF and PPM (default) and ºC and g/L (Metric) options

> Move to previous/next configuration menu

Reset Config. to

Default Press +

Are you sure?

+ to proceed

Config. reset

Confirmed

> +

>

Initiate reset of all configuration parameters

Move to previous/next configuration menu (config. not reset)

>

> +

>

Reset all configuration parameters

Move to previous/next menu (config. not reset)

> Move to previous/next configuration menu

Use this function to erase all previous system configuration and reset all configuration parameters back to the factory default values. This function is NOT reversible--be careful.

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The pool’s chemistry must be balanced BEFORE activating the Aqua Logic’s optional chlorinator function. NOTE: If the pool does not have new water, add metal remover and non-copper based algaecide to the pool, per manufacturer’s instructions. This ensures a quick, troublefree transfer to the Aqua Logic system.

Salt

(When using optional chlorinator function - requires AQL-CL chlorination kit)

Salt Level

Use the chart below to determine how much salt in pounds or (Kgs) should be added to reach the recommended levels. Use the equations on the following page (measurements are in feet/gallons and meters/ liters) if pool size is unknown.

The operating salt level is between 2700-3400 PPM (parts per million) with 3200 PPM being optimal.

Before adding any salt, test the salt level. This is especially important for retrofit installation to older pools where all of the chlorine added to the pool over time is ending up as salt. If the level is low, determine the number of gallons in the pool and add salt according to the chart below. A low salt level will reduce the efficiency of the sanitization and result in low chlorine production. A high salt level can cause the Aqua

Logic to stop chlorinating. The salt in your pool/spa is constantly recycled and the loss of salt throughout the swimming season should be minimal. This loss is due primarily to the addition of water because of splashing, backwashing, or draining (because of rain). Salt is not lost due to evaporation.

POUNDS and (Kg) OF SALT NEEDED FOR 3200 PPM

Current salt level ppm

8,000

(30,000)

10,000

(37,500)

Gallons and (Liters) of Pool/Spa water

12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000 20,000 22,000

(45000) (52,500) (60,000) (67,500) (75,000) (82,500)

24,000

(90,000)

26,000

(97,500)

28,000

(105,000)

30,000

(112,500)

32,000 34,000 36,000 38,000 40,000

(120,000) (127,500) (135,000) (142,500) (150,000)

0

200

400

600

800

1000

1200

1400

1600

1800

2000

2200

2400

2600

2800

3000

213 267

(97) (121)

320

(145)

373

(170)

427

(194)

480

(218) (242)

587

(267)

640

(291)

693

(315)

200 250

(91) (114)

187 233

(85) (106)

173 217

(79) (98)

300

(136)

280

(127)

260

(118)

350

(159)

327

(148)

303

(138)

400

(182)

373

(170)

347

(158)

450

(205)

420

(191)

390

(177)

160 200

(73) (91)

147 183

(67) (83)

240

(109)

220

(100)

133 167

(61) (76)

120 150

(55) (68)

200

(91)

180

(82)

107 133

(48) (61)

93 117

(42) (53)

160

(73)

140

(64)

80 100

(36) (45)

67 83

(30) (38)

53 67

(24) (30)

40 50

(18) (23)

27 33

(12) (15)

13 17

(6) (8)

120

(55)

100

(45)

80

(36)

60

(27)

40

(18)

20

(9)

280

(127)

257

(117)

233

(106)

210

(95)

187

(85)

163

(74)

320

(145)

293

(133)

267

(121)

240

(109)

140

(64)

160

(73)

117

(53)

133

(61)

93

(42)

(32)

47

(21)

23

(11)

213

(97)

187

(85)

107

(48)

80

(36)

53

(24)

27

(12)

360

(164)

330

(150)

300

(136)

270

(123)

240

(109)

210

(95)

180

(82)

150

(68)

120

(55)

90

(41)

60

(27)

30

(14)

500

(227)

467

(212)

433

(197)

550

(250)

513

(233)

477

(217)

600

(273)

560

(255)

520

(236)

650

(295)

607

(276)

563

(256)

167

(76)

133

(61)

100

(45)

67

(30)

33

(15)

400

(182)

367

(167)

333

(152)

300

(136)

267

(121)

233

(106)

200

(91)

440

(200)

403

(183)

367

(167)

330

(150)

293

(133)

480

(218)

440

(200)

400

(182)

360

(164)

320

(145)

520

(236)

183

(83)

147

(67)

110

(50)

73

(33)

37

(17)

257

(117)

220

(100)

280

(127)

240

(109)

303

(138)

260

(118)

200

(91)

160

(73)

120

(55)

80

(36)

40

(18)

217

(98)

173

(79)

130

(59)

87

(39)

43

(20)

477

(217)

433

(197)

390

(177)

347

(158)

747

(339)

700

(318)

653

(297)

607

(276)

560

(255)

800

(364)

750

(341)

700

(318)

650

(297)

600

(273)

550

(250)

500

(227)

450

(205)

400

(182)

350

(159)

300

(136)

250

(114)

200

(91)

150

(68)

100

(45)

50

(23)

513

(233)

467

(212)

420

(191)

373

(170)

327

(148)

280

(127)

233

(106)

187

(85)

140

(64)

93

(42)

47

(21)

854

(388)

907

(412)

800

(363)

747

(339)

693

(317)

640

(291)

587

(267)

533

(243)

480

(218)

427

(195)

510

(232)

453

(207)

373

(169)

320

(145)

267

(121)

213

(98)

160

(73)

107

(48)

53

(24)

397

(180)

340

(154)

283

(129)

227

(104)

170

(77)

113

(51)

57

(26)

850

(385)

793

(360)

737

(337)

680

(310)

623

(283)

567

(258)

960

(436)

900

(408)

840

(382)

780

(358)

720

(328)

660

(300)

600

(274)

540

(246)

480

(219)

420

(190)

360

(163)

300

(137)

240

(110)

180

(81)

120

(54)

60

(27)

(460)

190

(86)

127

(57)

63

(29)

633

(289)

570

(259)

507

(231)

950

(430)

887

(403)

823

(378)

760

(346)

697

(317)

443

(201)

380

(172)

317

(144)

253

(117)

1067

(484)

1000

(453)

933

(424)

867

(398)

800

(364)

733

(333)

667

(304)

600

(263)

533

(243)

467

(211)

400

(181)

333

(152)

267

(123)

200

(90)

133

(60)

67

(30)

3200

3400

Ideal Ideal

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1. Preparing Pool/Spa Water

General Water Chemistry

Salt is required only if you are using the chlorinator features on the Aqua Logic Control. If you are NOT using the chlorinator, it is recommended that you follow all of the other chemistry recommendations besides salt. Refer to the description of the Aqua Logic configuration menu for information on enabling/ disabling the chlorinator (see page 19).

Water Chemistry

The table below summarizes the levels that are recommended by the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals (APSP). The only special requirements for the Aqua Logic are the salt level and stabilizer.

Saturation index

The saturation index (Si) relates to the calcium and alkalinity in the water and is an indicator of the pool water “balance”. Your water is properly balanced if the Si is 0 ±0.2. If the Si is below -0.2, the water is corrosive and plaster pool walls will be dissolved into the water. If the Si is above +0.2, scaling and staining will occur. Use the chart below to determine the saturation index.

Si = pH + Ti + Ci + Ai - 12.1

ºC ºF Ti

Calcuim

Hardness

Ci

Total

Alkalinity

Ai

12

16

19

24

53

60

66

76

.3

.4

.5

.6

75

100

125

150

200

250

300

1.5

1.6

1.7

1.8

1.9

2.0

2.1

75

100

125

150

200

250

300

1.9

2.0

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

29 84 .7

34 94 .8

400

600

2.2

2.4

400

600

2.6

2.8

39 103 .9

800 2.5

800 2.9

How to use: Measure pool pH, temperature, calcium hardness, and total alkalinity. Use the chart above to determine Ti, Ci,and

Ai from your measurements. Insert values of pH, Ti, Ci and Ai into the above equation. If Si equals .2 or more, scaling and staining may occur. If Si equals -.2 or less corrosion or irritation may occur.

-.2

0 .2

CORROSIVE SCALING

OK

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6. System Startup and Checkout

Before Startup

Before starting the Aqua Logic for the first time, be sure that the following items have been completed:

1. Pool/spa chemicals are within the recommended levels according to the chart on page 3.

2. Pool/spa salt level is between 2700 – 3400 PPM.

3. Properly rated circuit breakers are installed in the Aqua Logic subpanel.

4. All wiring is performed according to NEC and local codes.

5. The Aqua Logic is properly grounded and bonded.

6. The Aqua Logic is properly configured to control all desired functions.

Program Automatic Operation

Refer to the programming flow chart on the back cover of this manual for a listing of the available menus and the items included in each menu.

Settings Menu

Heater and/or solar thermostat settings

Chlorinator settings

Day and Time

Timers Menu

Timeclock and/or Countdown timer settings

Heater Checkout

Follow these instructions to verify that the Aqua Logic is properly controlling the heater.

1. Check that the Aqua Logic is calling for the heater to turn on as indicated by the “Heater” LED being illuminated. If the “Heater” LED is illuminated, go directly to step 2; if not, then check the following:

• The heater is enabled (Configuration Menu/Heater Config.).

• The heater temperature setting is at least 2ºF greater than the water temperature (Settings Menu /

Pool Heater & Spa Heater).

• The filter pump is running.

• If the pool has solar heat and the solar priority feature is enabled (Configuration Menu/Solar

Config) then solar must be off in order for the heater to fire. The easiest way to force solar off is to go to the Settings Menu / Pool Solar & Spa Solar and temporarily lower the temperature settings below the current water temperature.

2. Check that the heater is running. If not, then check:

• Power is supplied to the heater.

• The Aqua Logic control output is properly connected to the heater control (see ”Heater Control” wiring, page 13).

• Some heaters also have internal switches or jumpers that have to be set correctly for remote control operation—refer to the heater manual and also “Heater Control” (page 13).

• Heater is turned on (“Kill Switch” is in the “ON” position).

• If a heater bypass valve is installed, check that water is flowing through the heater.

• The heater temperature setting is set as high as possible (usually 104ºF/40ºC). Also note that some heat pumps actually have be set to the lowest possible temperature.

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3. Once the heater is running, you can verify the “heater cooldown” feature (optional - see Configuration

Menu/Heater Config.) is operating properly:

• Press the “Filter” button once (for 2 speed pumps, this may require 2 pushes of the “Filter” button).

• The heater should turn off (“Heater” LED off) and the “Filter” LED will flash to indicated heater cooldown is active.

• The display will periodically indicate that the filter pump is on for heater cooldown and show the minutes remaining.

• The pump will automatically turn off at the end of the 5 minute heater cooldown period.

For more detailed instructions on control and operation of the Aqua Logic system, refer to the Operation

Manual.

Service Mode

Service mode disables all automatic control operation and is intended to be used when servicing the pool system. To enter service mode, push the SERVICE button once on the main unit keypad. This will initially turn all outputs off and then allow you to turn outputs on/off manually at the main display (only). In service mode, the buttons on the optional remote display/keypad and the optional spa side remote will turn outputs off, but will not turn any output on. Heater control outputs and solar control outputs are prevented from turning on if the water temperature exceeds 104ºF (40ºC).

Pushing the SERVICE button again will enter a timed service mode. Service operation as described above will continue for 3 hours, then automatically return to normal operation.

Push the SERVICE button once more to exit out of Service mode.

Installation Steps

Details on each installation step are presented on the following pages:

1. Prepare the pool water (page 3)

General Water Chemistry

Salt

2. Mounting the equipment (page 6)

Aqua Logic main unit

Remote display/keypad (optional)

Temperature sensors

Valve actuators (if applicable)

3. Plumbing (page 8)

General Pool Equipment

Turbo Cell

Flow Switch

4. Electrical Wiring (page 10)

Main service

Grounding and bonding

Circuit breakers

Aqua Logic control power

High Voltage pool equipment

Low voltage wiring (temperature sensors, flow switch, etc.)

5. Aqua Logic control configuration (page 19)

6. System Startup and checkout (page 28)

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Introduction

Before You Begin

What’s Included

Before attempting to install the Aqua Logic system, check that the following components have been included in the package:

Aqua Logic Electronics Unit

(3) Temperature sensors with 15 ft. (5m) cable, hose clamp

What’s NOT Included

Some of the additional items that you may need to complete an installation include:

Circuit breakers

None are included with control—see page 10 and inside of door for suitable breakers

Wire

4-conductor cable (electronics unit to remote display/keypad)

Wire/conduit for 100A service from main panel to Aqua Logic

Wire/conduit for filter pump and other high voltage loads

Wire for bonding

Miscellaneous

Utility electrical outlet and weatherproof cover (for mounting on side of Aqua Logic)

Mounting hardware (screws, etc.) for mounting Aqua Logic and remote display/keypad

Valves (use standard Hayward, Pentair/Compool, or Jandy valves)

Additional valve actuators

Accessory Products - Order Separately

AQL-CL

AQL-CL-25FT

Chlorination kit

Chlorination kit with 25ft cable

AQL-WW-P-4 Wired Remote Display (requires AQL-BASE-RF)

AQL-SS-6B-x (x=W/G/B) Wired Spa Side 6 Function Remote Control, 150ft cable, specify color (white, gray or black)

AQL2-POD

AQL-SS-RF

AQL-BASE-RF

AQL2-BASE-RF

Handheld Wireless Waterproof Remote with Charging Station (requires AQL2-BASE-RF)

Wireless Spa Side Remote Control (AQL-BASE-RF required)

Base Receiver

Base Receiver

AQL-DIM

GVA-24

V&A-xx

Light Dimmer Relay

Valve Actuator

Valve & Actuator (xx=1P (1.5” pos. seal), -2P (2” pos. seal)

NOTE: Before installing this product as part of a saline water purification system in a pool or spa using natural stone for coping or for immediately adjacent patios/decking, a qualified stone installation specialist should be consulted regarding the appropriate type, installation, sealant (if any) and maintenance of stone used around a saline pool with electronic chlorine generator in your particular location and circumstances.

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The following statement is applicable if any of the wireless accessories are connected to the Aqua Logic system.

FCC Statement

(Compliance Statement, Part 15.19): 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.

WARNING (Part 15.21): Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

Industry Canada Statement

The term “IC” before the certification/registration number only signifies that the Industry Canada technical specifications were met.

Interference

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, then the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

• Connect the equipment into a power source on different circuit than the receiver.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Preparing

Pool/Spa Water

2. Mounting

Equipment

3. Plumbing

4. Electrical

Wiring

5. Configuration

6. System Startup

and Checkout

7. Warranty

Before You Begin................................................................... 1

Installation Steps.................................................................... 2

General Water Chemistry..................................................... 3

Salt.......................................................................................... 4

Aqua Logic Control Center................................................... 6

Temperature Sensors........................................................... 6

Optional AQL-CL Chlorination Kit........................................ 6

Optional Remote Controls.................................................... 6

Optional Valve Actuators....................................................... 7

Pool/Spa Configuration........................................................ 8

Turbo Cell............................................................................... 9

Flow Switch............................................................................ 9

Main Service.......................................................................... 10

Grounding and Bonding........................................................ 10

Circuit Breaker Installation and Wiring......................... ...... 10

General Purpose Outlet........................................................ 11

Aqua Logic Control Power................................................... 11

High Voltage Pool Equipment.............................................. 12

Low Voltage Wiring............................................................... 13

Configuration Menu............................................................... 19

Before Startup...................................................................... 28

Heater Checkout................................................................... 28

Service Mode........................................................................ 29

Aqua Logic Limited Warranty..............................................

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

When using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following:

READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS

!

WARNING: Disconnect all AC power during installation.

!

WARNING: Water in excess of 100 degrees Fahrenheit may be hazardous to your health.

!

WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely supervised at all times.

A green colored terminal marked “Earth Ground” is located inside the wiring compartment. To reduce the risk of electric shock, this terminal must be connected to the grounding means provided in the electric supply service panel with a continuous copper wire equivalent in size to the circuit conductors supplying the equipment.

One bonding lug for US models (two for Canadian models) is provided on the external surface. To reduce the risk of electric shock, connect the local common bonding grid in the area of the swimming pool, spa, or hot tub to these terminals with an insulated or bare copper conductor not smaller than 8

AWG US / 6 AWG Canada.

All field installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains, or other similar hardware within 3 meters of the pool, spa or hot tub shall be bonded to the equipment grounding bus with copper conductors not smaller than 8 AWG

US / 6 AWG Canada.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

LIMITED WARRANTY Goldline warrants its Aqua Rite, Aqua Rite Pro, Aqua Trol, Aqua Logic and Pro Logic products

(products with Goldline part numbers starting with AQ-RITE-, AQ-RT-PRO, AQ-TROL-, AQ-LOGIC-, AQL-P-, AQL-PS-,

AQL-CL-, PL-P-, PL-PS-, and HPC-2) to be free from defects in material or workmanship, under normal use and service:

For three years from the date of the initial system installation on private, residential swimming pools within the USA or Canada and one year from the date of initial system installation on commercial installations, installations outside of the USA or Canada and for any replacement parts or accessory products, provided they are installed in accordance with the Goldline installation instructions and specifications provided with the product. If written proof of the date of the initial system installation is not provided to Goldline, the manufacturing datecode on the Aqua Rite, Aqua Rite Pro, Aqua Trol, Aqua Logic and Pro Logic electronics unit will be the sole determinant of the date of the initial system installation.

For residential installations in USA or Canada: If a product is defective in workmanship or materials and is removed and returned freight prepaid within three (3) years after the date of the initial system installation, Goldline will, at its option, either repair or replace the defective product and return it freight prepaid.

For commercial installations, installations outside the USA and Canada, and accessory products and replacement parts: If a product is defective in workmanship or materials and is removed and returned freight prepaid within one (1) year after the date of the initial system installation, Goldline will, at its option, either repair or replace the defective product and return it freight prepaid.

Contact any Goldline dealer or contact Goldline at 61 Whitecap Drive, North Kingstown, RI 02852 for warranty service. The costs incurred in removal and/or reinstallation of the product are NOT covered under this warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

2.

3.

WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS:

1.

Material supplied or workmanship performed by others in process of installation.

Damage resulting from improper installation including installation on pools larger than the product rating.

Problems resulting from failure to operate the product(s) in accordance with the recommended instructions contained in product’s owners manual(s).

4.

5.

Problems resulting from failure to maintain pool water chemistry in accordance with the recommendations in the owners manual(s).

Problems resulting from tampering, accident, abuse, negligence, unauthorized repairs or alternations, fire, flood, lightning, freezing, external water, degradation of natural stone used in or immediately adjacent to a pool or spa, war or acts of God.

DISCLAIMER. THE EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY ABOVE CONSTITUTES THE ENTIRE WARRANTY OF

GOLDLINE WITH RESPECT TO ITS POOL AUTOMATION AND CHLORINATION PRODUCTS AND IS IN LIEU

OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY

OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND

YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

IN NO EVENT SHALL GOLDLINE

BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE

WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, DAMAGE TO

OR LOSS OF EQUIPMENT, LOST PROFITS OR REVENUE, COSTS OF RENTING REPLACEMENTS, AND OTHER

ADDITIONAL EXPENSES, EVEN IF THE SELLER HAD BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH

DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

NO WHOLESALER, AGENT, DEALER, CONTRACTOR OR OTHER PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO GIVE ANY

WARRANTY ON BEHALF OF GOLDLINE.

THIS WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE PRODUCT HAS BEEN ALTERED IN ANY WAY AFTER LEAVING THE FACTORY.

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Aqua Logic Programming Flow Chart

denotes conditional items

Aqua Logic

Automation and Chlorination

PS-4 only

PS-4 only

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