Introduction: Quick operating instructions: - Spa-Quip

Introduction: Quick operating instructions: - Spa-Quip
Introduction:
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Thank you for purchasing a Spa Power 750 spa
control system. This is Spa-Quip’s mid range spa
controller. It includes many of the best features from
our top of the line models and some new features of
its own, all in a very cost effective package.
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Quick operating instructions:
(1) Pump Button:
The default state is off. Three pushes on this button
cycle the main jet pump as follows. (Two pushes if a
single speed pump is fitted instead of a two speed).
Push 1 = Pump on low.
Push 2 = Pump on high. (if two speed pump is fitted).
Push 3 = Pump off. (back to default state).
If left on, the pump will switch off by itself 20 minutes
after the last push of the pump, aux or light buttons.
In some installations using the pump will cause the
heater to switch off (loadshedding). This is in order to
keep the total current used to a safe level.
H2O (water) Light:
This light indicates if water is present in the heater. If
no water is detected then the light will flash and the
unit will not operate except to run the circulation
pump to try to get water to the heater.
24 Hour Circulation Pump Output:
This is the small pump that circulates water through
the filter and heater. It is normally on all the time and
so no user control or indication is provided. It only
switches off if the system enters an error condition.
Heater Light:
This light indicates when the heater is on. The heater
is controlled automatically to maintain the target pool
temperature selected by the user and operates
independantly of the pump button.
Ozone Light:
The Ozone control channel is completely automatic
and no user controls are necessary. It is configured for
a 24 hour ozone system. The ozone generation is
switched off while the pool is in use and comes on
again automatically 30 minutes after the last push of
the pump, air or light buttons.
(2) Auxiliary Air or Jets Button:
The default state is off.
Two pushes of this button cycle the output as follows.
Push 1 = Output on.
Push 2 = Output off.
If left on, this accessory will automatically switch off 20
minutes after the last push of the pump, aux or light
buttons. In some installations using this accessory will
cause the heater to switch off (loadshedding). This is
in order to keep the total current used to a safe level.
(3) Light Button:
The default state is off. Pushing this button controls
the light as follows.
Push 1 = Light on high.
Push 2 = Light on low (if dimmable light is enabled).
Push 3 = Light off.
If left on, the light will switch off by itself 30 minutes
after the last push of the pump, aux or light buttons.
(4) Digital Display & Controller Settings:
In normal operation the display can show three
different parameters. These are...
1) Sensed pool temperature (not adjustable)
2) Target pool temperature (adjustable)
4) Current time of day (clock) (adjustable)
The Display button cycles the LCD display through
these quantities. The display normally automatically
returns to Sensed pool temperature after a few
seconds but the Time of day (clock) display can be
made to stay on the display by first selecting it using
the display button and then pushing the up and down
buttons simultaneously.
To adjust the controller settings first select the setting
of interest using the Display button and then adjust it
by pressing and holding the Up or Down button. There
is a slight delay before the Up or Down buttons work in
order to reduce the risk of accidental adjustment.
The different quantities can be recognised by the
format of the display as shown here...
Sensed Pool Temperature
Target Pool Temperature (point flashing)
Time Of Day (colon flashing)
Note: The time of day will need to be set the first time
the unit is used or if it has been off for a long time.
IMPORTANT:
Before using, check that the spa pool has been
connected to a suitable weather protected supply
equipped with a double poled isolating switch, which is
of the correct rating and complies with the local wiring
regulations.
When installing refer to your local wiring code. In
particular refer to ECP 2 and ECP 25 (AS / NZ). and
EN 60364-4-1 and EN 60364-7-1 (EU). The system
must be installed in such a way that live parts are not
accessible by a person in the pool. This appliance is
not intended for use by young children or infirm
persons without supervision. Young children should be
supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
Self Diagnostic Error Codes:
The Spa Power 750 controller has extensive self diagnostic
capabilities. In the event of a problem it will sound an alarm
and indicate an error number according to the nature of the
problem. The alarm can be muted by pushing the Light
button.
QUICK CARD USER GUIDE
SPA POWER 750BC
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Please read these instructions carefully
before use
The error numbers and their meanings are listed below.
Error 1 (H2O) = PRIME FAILED
This is a special case. It is not necessarily a problem with
the Spa Power 750 itself but indicates that no water is
being detected in the heater. A push of the pump button will
run the circulation pump for one minute to try to get water
to the heater. If successful normal operation will resume. If
unsuccessful Error 1 (H20) will be indicated again.
Error 2 is not used.
Errors 3-8 are latching errors.
Operation will stop and will not continue until the controller
is reset (switched off and on again at the main power).
Error 3 = STUCK BUTTON
This error indicates that one of the buttons in the control
panel is stuck or has been held down for more than four
minutes. This may be caused by water getting into the
panel or by damage to the control panel or its cable.
Error 4 = NO WATER SENSOR
This error indicates a problem with the optical water sensor
in the heater. It may be caused by the sensor being
disconnected or by damage to the sensor.
Error 5 = OVERTEMPERATURE
This error indicates that the digital temperature sensor in
the pool has detected a temperature of 45°C or more. This
is not necessarily a problem with the Spa Power 750 itself.
It might be caused by excessive pump use during hot
weather. In this case reduce the filtration time set.
Error 6 = THERMAL CUT OUT TRIPPED
This error indicates that the safety electromechanical over
temperature cut out on the heater has operated. This is not
necessarily a problem with the Spa Power 750 itself. It
might be caused by high temperatures during shipping or
by disconnection or failure of the pump. This error can be
cleared by waiting for the heater to cool below about 38°C
and switching the power off and on again.
Error 7 = STUCK RELAY
This error indicates a problem with the heater control
circuitry inside the unit.
Error 8 = NO TEMPERATURE DATA
This error indicates a problem with the digital temperature
sensor in the pool. It might be caused by the sensor being
disconnected or by damage to the sensor or its cable.
Spa-Quip (Australia) Pty Ltd
Unit 2A, 4 Hudson Ave
Castle Hill NSW 2154
Ph (612) 9634 5600, Fax (612) 9634 5900
Email: service@spa-quip.com.au
Web site: http://www.spa-quip.com.au
Dealer Stamp:
Manufactured By: Spa-Quip Ltd
Cnr Rothwell Ave & Albany Hwy
North Harbour Industrial Park
Auckland, New Zealand
Ph (649) 415 8622, Fax (649) 415 8621
Email: service@spa-quip.co.nz
Web site: http://www.spa-quip.co.nz
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