M o d e

M o d e
WIRING DIAGRAM
INSTALLATION
OPERATION &
SERVICE MANUAL
FREEZE PROTECTION
By
FOR POOLS, SPAS
AND WATER FEATURES
Model: PF1112T Pool Equipment Control
WITH FREEZE PROTECTION IN RAINPROOF ENCLOSURE
ELECTRICAL RATING: 3 HP Max. - 240 Volt, 60 Hz.
MAXIMUM RUNNING LOAD NOT TO EXCEED 17 AMPERES
DANGER! TO AVOID RISK OF INJURY:
...do not permit children to operate the Control Unit or use the Pool/Spa unless they are closely supervised at all times.
...test GROUND FAULT protection regularly. If it fails to reset, DO NOT USE THE POOL or SPA! Contact a qualified
service technician.
...always disconnect electricity before servicing this control or the equipment connected to it. THIS CONTROL IS NOT
TO BE USED AS A POWER DISCONNECT.
READ, FOLLOW AND SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL
GENERAL INFORMATION
This Pool Equipment Control is designed
to automatically operate the Filter Pump
and also to provide freeze protection for
the pool equipment. Nevertheless, this
product is not intended to be a substitute
for insulation, coverings, or maintenance.
The Filter Pump Time Switch is located
in the upper right side of the enclosure
and operates the Filter Pump, as set by
the trippers on the yellow dial, on a 24
hour schedule. For setting the schedule,
refer to page 3 of this manual.
WARRANTY
If within one (1) year from the date of installation, this product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship, Intermatic Incorporated
will repair or replace it free of charge.
The warranty does not cover labor for removal or reinstallation and does not apply to: (a) damage caused by accident, abuse, mishandling, or dropping; (b) a unit which has been subject to unauthorized repair; (c) units not used in accordance with directions; (d) damages
exceeding the cost of the product. Some states do not allow a limitation of damages so the foregoing warranty may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
This warranty service is available, if the defective product or its defective component is returned with proof of purchase and date of
installation, either (a) to the dealer from whom the unit was purchased or (b) by shipping prepaid to the Intermatic Service Center, Intermatic
Incorporated, Intermatic Plaza, Spring Grove IL 60081-9698
The Freeze Protection Unit is located in
the upper left side of the enclosure and
turns ON the Filter Pump when the air
temperature (where the Control Panel is
located) drops below the temperature set
on the dial (between 32˚F and 45˚F).
Because of our commitment to continuing research and improvements, Intermatic Incorporated reserves the right to make changes, without notice, in the specifications and material
contained herein and shall not be responsible for any damages, direct or consequential, caused by reliance on the material presented.
INTERMATIC INCORPORATED, SPRING GROVE, IL 60081-9698
http://www.intermatic.com
158PF11093
4
1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When installing and operating this Product and other associated equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
1. This Control must be installed by a qualified electrician, according to the National Electrical Code (Including Article 680) and
Local Electrical Codes.
2. USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. If applicable, install this Control not less than 5 feet from inside edge of pool or spa.
3. Do not exceed the maximum ratings of individual components, wiring devices, and current carrying capacity of conductors.
4. For grounding of the installation, refer to Article 250 and 680 of the National Electrical Code.
5. This Control should not operate any equipment which would cause bodily injury or property damage should it be activated unexpectedly.
6. Always disconnect electricity at main panel before servicing this Control or the equipment connected to it.
THIS CONTROL IS NOT TO BE USED AS A POWER DISCONNECT.
READ, FOLLOW AND SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INSTALLATION
8. If external bonding is required, install a bonding
lug at bottom of enclosure and bond installation
according to code requirements.
1. Select the proper location for the Control Panel
and prepare the necessary conduit run(s)
required by the installation layout.
2. Remove the four #10 hex head screws from
the back of the enclosure and attach mounting
brackets to enclosure.
9. TEST INSTALLATION:
a. Turn thermostat dial to its lowest setting
and place crushed ice (in plastic bag) inside
capillary coil of Thermostat.
b. Turn ON power to Control Panel, wait
20 seconds then slowly turn thermostat dial
counterclockwise until Filter Pump starts.
c. Turn OFF power to Control Panel,
remove ice, check wiring, tighten terminal
screws if necessary, reinstall time switch
insulator and front plate.
d. Turn ON power to Control Panel and
set Time Switch and the Thermostat,
see OPERATION instructions on page 3.
3. Hang enclosure on a flat vertical surface or other
support, using hardware suitable for the purpose.
4. Properly terminate
conduits at both ends
and pull-in the
conductors as specified
by the installation layout.
PRESSURE PLATE
TERMINAL SCREW
MAKE SURE INSULATION
CLEARS PRESSURE PLATE
5. Follow wiring diagram on page 4 of this
Manual. Connect LINE 1 and LINE 2 of the
240 Volt supply conductors to time switch
terminals 1 and 3 (see insert above for proper
connection) and the grounding conductor to
the Equipment Grounding Terminal.
OPERATION
TO SET FILTER PUMP TIME SWITCH, follow
instructions on the right. The length of the daily filtration/
heating cycle depends on many variables such as size, shape,
geographic location of the pool, water chemistry, type of
pool equipment, usage and season of year. If not sure,
contact your local pool service professional for advice.
TO SET THERMOSTAT, turn dial, pointing to desired
temperature, marked on the plate, between 32˚F and 45˚F.
Again, many variables must be considered before selecting
the “turn ON” temperature of the Filter Pump and your local
pool service professional is the best source of information.
The Thermostat is factory set to turn OFF the Filter Pump
when the ambient temperature rises 5˚F above its set point.
TROUBLESHOOTING
CORRECTIVE ACTION
2. Time Switch Dial stops
at ON or OFF tripper.
2a. Loose tripper
2b. Bent dial
2c. Defective motor
Check/change tripper
Check/change mechanism
Change clock motor
1. Time Switch will not keep
time but dial is turning.
5. Filter Pump will not start
when temp. is below 32˚F.
2
2. TO SET TIME-OF-DAY:
Pull CLOCK-DIAL outward. Turn in either direction and
align the exact time-of-day on the CLOCK-DIAL (the time
now, when switch is being put into operation) to the pointer.
• TO OPERATE SWITCH MANUALLY: Move
MANUAL LEVER below CLOCK-DIAL left or right as
indicated by arrows. This will not affect the next operation.
• FOR MORE THAN ONE DAILY ON-OFF
OPERATION: Place additional tripper pairs on
CLOCK-DIAL (order 156T1978A).
• IN CASE OF POWER FAILURE: Reset CLOCKDIAL to proper time of day. See step 2 above.
CAUSE(S)
4. Dead clock motor. (Clock
motor gears do not rotate.)
7. If the Control Panel is installed in a location
where it is exposed to direct sun most of the
day, extend 8 inches of the copper capillary tube
of the thermostat into an open ended (plastic or
metal) conduit, about 10 inches long, installed
at bottom of the enclosure. Handle capillary
tube with care!
1. TO SET "ON" AND "OFF"
TIMES: Hold TRIPPERS against
edge of CLOCK-DIAL, pointing
to time (AM or PM) when ON
and OFF operations are desired.
Tighten tripper screws firmly.
SYMPTOM
3. Load is ON at all times -dial is turning.
6. Connect Filter Pump leads to terminals 2 and
4 of Filter Pump Time Switch. Connect the
grounding lead of the pump to the Equipment
Grounding Terminal at the bottom of the
enclosure.
TIME SWITCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1a. Frequent power outages
1b. Wrong voltage/cycle
1c. Loose clock motor connections
3a. Welded contacts
3b. Two ON-trippers on dial
3c. Defective mechanism
4a. Defective clock motor (open
coil due to lightning or surge)
4b. Loose clock motor connections
4c. Wrong voltage
5a. Defective thermostat
5b. Defective relay
5c. Faulty wiring
5d.Power outage
3
Reset dial
Change clock motor
Check connections
Change mechanism
Change tripper
Change mechanism
Change clock motor
Check connections
Change clock motor
Replace thermostat
Replace relay
Check wiring
Install stand-by power
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising