Installation And Operation Manual

Installation And Operation Manual
Installation and Operating Data
Installation and
Operation Manual
Water Purification System
Power Center and Cell Kit
For use with
H0291300-
WARNING
FOR YOUR SAFETY - This product must be installed and serviced by a professional pool/spa
service technician. The procedures in this manual must be followed exactly. Failure to follow
warning notices and instructions may result in property damage, serious injury, or death.
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Table of Contents
Section 1. Important Safety Instructions ............4
Section 2. System Description ...........................7
2.1
Product Description ................................. 7
2.2
Electrical Specifications .......................... 8
Section 3. Installation Instructions Model
PureLink AP700 and AP1400 ...........11
3.1
Materials and Tools ................................. 11
3.2
Plumbing Configurations......................... 12
3.2.1 Recommended Cell and Sensor
Orientation .................................. 12
3.2.2 Recommended Plumbing
Configuration .............................. 13
3.3
Installing AquaLink RS PureLink
Power Center ........................................... 14
3.4
Earth Bonding (Grounding) .................... 15
3.5
Installing the PureLink Cell and Flow/
Temp/Salinity Sensor .............................. 16
3.6
Connection to the AquaLink® RS
PureLink Control System ........................ 18
Section 4. Pool Water Preparation .....................19
4.1
Determining Pool Size (m3 of Water in
Your Pool) ............................................... 19
4.2
Determining Pool Size (Gallons of
Water in Your Pool) ................................. 19
4.3
Selecting Model Size............................... 20
4.4
Chemistry You Need to Know................. 20
4.5
Optimum Pool Water Conditions .......... 21
4.6
Chlorine Testing .................................... 21
4.7
Salt (NaCl sodium chloride) .................. 21
4.7.1 When to Add Salt? ...................... 21
4.7.2 What Type of Salt to Use? .......... 21
4.7.3 How Much Salt to Use? ............ 22
4.7.4 How to Add Salt to the Pool? ..... 22
Section 5. Operating Instructions.......................25
5.1
Using the Front Panel Controls ............... 25
5.2
Reading the Display ................................ 27
5.3
Operation ............................................... 28
5.4
Startup ..................................................... 29
5.4.1 Shocking ..................................... 29
5.4.2 Apply Power ............................... 29
5.5
Operating in Winter ............................... 29
5.6
Recommendations ................................... 30
Section 6. User Maintenance Instructions .........31
6.1
Daily ........................................................ 31
6.2
Weekly ..................................................... 31
6.3
Monthly ................................................... 31
6.4
Electrolytic Cell Cleaning - As Needed .. 31
6.5
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor Cleaning ..... 32
6.6
Winterizing .............................................. 33
Section 7. Troubleshooting ................................34
7.1
Problems and Corrective Action ............. 34
7.2
Service Codes .......................................... 37
7.3
Additional Letter Codes .......................... 37
Section 8. Temperature Conversion ...................38
Section 9. AP700 and AP1400 Exploded Views
and Replacement Kits .......................39
9.1
AquaLink RS PureLink Power Center
Replacement Parts ................................... 39
9.2
3-Port Electrolytic Cell and Sensor
Replacement Parts with Universal
Unions (2”-2½”) ...................................... 41
9.3
Electrolytic 2” Cell and Sensor Replacement Parts (PVC Black Unions).............. 42
Warranty ...........................................................44
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Section 1.
Important Safety Instructions
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
LIRE LA NOTICE TECHNIQUE.
All electrical work must be performed by a licensed electrician and conform to all national, state, and
local codes. When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be
followed, including the following:
DANGER
To reduce the risk of injury, do not remove the suction fittings of your spa or hot tub. Never operate a spa or hot
tub if the suction fittings are broken or missing. Never replace a suction fitting with one rated less than the flow rate
marked on the equipment assembly.
WARNING
When mixing acid with water, ALWAYS ADD ACID TO WATER. NEVER ADD WATER TO ACID.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, service should only be attempted by a qualified Pool Service
Professional.
WARNING
Do not operate electrolytic cell without proper flow or water circulation. A buildup of flammable gases would
result in hazardous conditions.
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, FIRE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH.
Installation must be done in accordance with the National Electric Code (NEC, NFPA-70) and/or any other
applicable local and national installation codes.
A green colored terminal (or a wire connector marked “G”, “GR”, “Ground” or “Grounding”) is provided within
the terminal compartment. To reduce risk of electric shock, connect this terminal or connector to the grounding
terminal of your electric service or supply panel with a conductor equivalent in size to the circuit conductors
supplying this equipment.
Power supply must be interconnected with Pool Pump motor power source. This insures the chlorinator and
pool pump will turn on and off together.
Use of chemicals other than those recommended may be hazardous. Follow the Chemical Manufacturers
Instructions.
It is recommended that the water Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor is installed in the same piping as the electrolytic
cell, without any valves or diverters between them. (See Figure 1).
The Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor must be mounted as shown in Figure 3.
WARNING
To Reduce the Risk of Injury a) The water in a spa should never exceed 104°F (40°C). Water temperatures between 100°F (38°C) and
104°F (40°C) are considered safe for a healthy adult. Lower water temperatures are recommended for young
children and when spa use exceeds 10 minutes.
b) Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during the early months of
pregnancy, pregnant or possibly pregnant women should limit spa water temperatures to 100°F (38°C).
c) Before entering a spa or hot tub, the user should measure the water temperature with an accurate
thermometer since the tolerance of water temperature-regulating devices varies.
d) The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication before or during spa or hot tub use may lead to unconsciousness with
the possibility of drowning.
e) Obese persons and persons with a history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory system
problems, or diabetes should consult a physician before using a spa.
f) Persons using medication should consult a physician before using a spa or hot tub since some medication
may induce drowsiness while other medication may affect heart rate, blood pressure, and circulation.
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WARNING
Prolonged immersion in hot water may induce hyperthermia. Hyperthermia occurs when the internal temperature
of the body reaches a level several degrees above the normal body temperature of 98.6° F. The symptoms of
hyperthermia include dizziness, fainting, drowsiness, lethargy, and an increase in the internal temperature of the
body. The effects of hyperthermia include: 1) unawareness of impending danger; 2) failure to perceive heat; 3)
failure to recognize the need to exit spa; 4) physical inability to exit spa; 5) fetal damage in pregnant women; 6)
unconsciousness resulting in a danger of drowning.
WARNING
Risk of electric shock - Install the power center at least five (5) feet (152.4cm) from the inside wall of the pool
and/or hot tub using non-metallic plumbing. Canadian installations must be at least three (3) meters from the
water.
Children should not use spas or hot tubs without adult supervision.
Do not use spas or hot tubs unless all suction guards are installed to prevent body and hair entrapment.
People using medications and/or having an adverse medical history should consult a physician before using a spa
or hot tub.
AVERTISSEMENT
Danger d'electrocution - Les installations Canadiennes doivent se trouver à au moins trois (3) mètres de l’eau.
Ne pas laisser les enfants utiliser une cuve de relaxation sans surveillance.
Pour éviter que les cheveux ou une partie du corps puissent être aspirés, ne pas utiliser une cuve de relaxation si
les grilles de prise d'aspiration ne sont pas toutes en place.
Les personnes qui prennent des médicaments ou ont des problèmes de santé devraient consulter un médecin
avant d’utiliser une cuve de relaxation.
WARNING
People with infectious diseases should not use a spa or hot tub.
To avoid injury, exercise care when entering or exiting the spa or hot tub.
Do not use drugs or alcohol before or during the use of a spa or hot tub to avoid unconsciousness and possible
drowning.
Pregnant or possibly pregnant women should consult a physician before using a spa or hot tub.
Water temperature in excess of 100°F/38°C may be injurious to your health.
Before entering a spa or hot tub measure the water temperature with an accurate thermometer.
Do not use a spa or hot tub immediately following strenuous exercise.
Prolonged immersion in a spa or hot tub may be injurious to your health.
Do not permit any electric appliance (such as a light, telephone, radio, or television) within 5 feet (1.5 m) of a spa
or hot tub.
The use of alcohol, drugs or medication can greatly increase the risk of fatal hyperthermia in hot tubs and spas.
Water temperature in excess of 100°F/38°C may be hazardous to your health.
AVERTISSEMENT
Les personnes atteintes de maladies infectieuses ne devraient pas utiliser une cuve de relaxation.
Pour éviter des blessures, user de prudence en entrant dans une cuve de relaxation et en sortant.
Pour éviter l’évanouissement et la noyade éventuelle, ne prendre ni drougue ni alcool avant d’utiliser une cuve de
relaxation ni quand on s’y trouve.
Les femmes enceintes, que leur grossesse soit confirmée ou non, devraient consulter un médecin avant d’utiliser
une cuve de relaxation.
Il peut être dangereux pour la santé de se plonger dans de l’eau à plus de 38°C/100°F.
Avant d’utiliser une cuve de relaxation mesurer la témperature de l’eau à l’aide d’un thermomètre précis.
Ne pas utiliser une cuve de relaxation immédiatement après un exercice fatigant.
L’utilisation prolongée d’une cuve de relaxation peut être dangereuse pur la santé.
Ne pas placer d'appareil électrique (luminaire, téléphone, radio, téléviseur, etc) à moins de 1.5m de cette cuve de
relaxation.
La consommation d’alcool ou de drogue augmente considérablement les risques d’hyperthermie mortelle dans
une cuve de relaxation.
Il peut etrê dangereux pour la santé de se plonger dans de l’eau à plus de 38°C/100°F.
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WARNING
To avoid injury ensure that you use this control system to control only packaged pool/spa heaters which have builtin operating and high limit controls to limit water temperature for pool/spa applications. This device should not be
relied upon as a safety limit control.
CAUTION
A terminal bar marked "GROUND" is provided within the power center. To reduce the risk of electrical shock,
connect this terminal bar to the grounding terminal of your electric service or supply panel with a continuous
copper conductor having green insulation and one that is equivalent in size to the circuit conductors supplying this
equipment, but no smaller than no. 12 AWG (3.3mm). In addition, a second wire connector should be bonded with
a no. 8 AWG (4.115mm) copper wire to any metal ladders, water pipes, or other metal within five (5) feet (1.52m)
of the tub.
Attention installer: Install to provide drainage of compartment for electrical components.
CAUTION
Some types of decking materials may be degraded by contact with salt or salt water. Please consult your local
pool builder to determine the best choice of material.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Section 2. System Description
Options List
1. ORP/External Control Interface
2. ORP/Freeze Control Unit
3. Heater
ORP Unit
(Control Signal from ORP Unit to
ORP Interface/Aux Board)
AquaLink RS
PureLink
Power Center
Heater
Pump
Filter
Cell with
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor
Pool Return
Figure 1.
Pool Intake
Spa Intake
Spa Return
Typical PureLink Installation With Options
2.1 Product Description
The PureLink System is an all-in-one, Chlorine Generator and Control System Power Center and Cell Kit
for use with AquaLink RS PDA, All Button, or OneTouch controllers.
ATTENTION INSTALLER: Various application notes (including more detailed
instructions) are available from the Dealer covering installation, operation,
maintenance, and plumbing of the chlorinator system.
The PureLink Power Center and Cell Kit uses a process known as electrolysis to produce sodium
hypochlorite (liquid chlorine) from a low concentration of salt added to the pool water. Hypochlorite kills
bacteria, oxidizes organic material, and kills algae then reverts back to salt. The PureLink then reuses the
salt and the process starts over again. The PureLink system is comprised of the following three component
parts.
Power Center
The AquaLink RS PureLink Power Center converts AC electrical current to a low
voltage DC current which is required by the cell to perform the electrolysis. The
power center is connected with the pool circulation pump electrical source so that
the electrolytic cell only operates when the pool pump is on. The flow portion of the
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor is a backup device only.
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The PureLink electrolytic cell contains bipolar electrodes which perform the
electrolysis and produce chlorine when energized with DC current. Chlorine
is generated as pool water containing salt passes through the cell. The chlorine
production can be varied by either adjusting the Chlorine Production Level on the
power center or by varying the number of hours the PureLink is on each day. The
PureLink automatically cleans the Cell electrodes once every 3 hours by reversing
polarity. This does not interrupt the production of Chlorine.
Electrolytic Cell
The Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor only allows the Cell to operate if
there is adequate water flow through the Cell. The salinity portion of the Flow/Temp/
Salinity Sensor detects the level of salt in the pool water. This salt level is displayed
in grams per liter (gpl) on the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) whenever the salinity
button is pressed. This eliminates the need for manual pool water salinity testing.
Pool Temperature is now available on all models by pressing the Temperature button.
Flow/Temperature/Salinity/Sensor
2.2 Electrical Specifications
Circuit Protection
2 pole 20 AMP device at the Electrical Panel.
Model AP700
Model AP1400
Input:
120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 AMPS
240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.75 AMPS
Input:
120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.5 AMPS
240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.25 AMPS
Output:
22-30 VDC @ 3 AMPS maximum
Output:
22-30 VDC @ 6 AMPS maximum
Chlorine:
0.625 lb. / 24 Hr. (283 gm / 24 Hr.)
Chlorine: 1.25 lb. / 24 Hr. (567 gm / 24 Hr.)
External
Control:
ORP/External Control Connector
AquaLink® RS485 Connector
External
Control:
ORP/External Control Connector
AquaLink® RS485 Connector
CAUTION
Factory wired for 240 VAC service. If available electrical service is 120 VAC, the power supply
wiring must be changed to operate on 120 VAC as shown in Figure 2b.
The PureLink is powered from the LOAD SIDE of the pool circulation pump relay; therefore, if the
available electrical service is 120 VAC, then the pump must also be wired for 120 VAC.
BLK
RED
YEL
GRN
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4 3 2 1
Flow/Temp/Salinity
Sensor
Ribbon Cable
to Back PCB
AquaLink RS ORP
Test
24 VAC Switches
Ribbon Cable from
Front PCB
Blk/Red
PureLink
Front PCB
Blk/Wht
Secondary
PRIMARY
PureLink
Back PCB
24 VAC
SECONDARY
Blk
B
Front PCB Shown removed from the Power
Center. Front PCB Located in front of Back PCB
and behind AquaLink RS PCB
Grn
J1
Wiring Harness to PureLink Cell
DC Cord (22-30 VDC)
Filter Pump Relay
J3
J2
Aux. 3 Relay
Load 2
Line 2
Line 1
J4
Load 1
Multiplex Board
(J1 through J4)
Blk/Wht
A
Low voltage raceway (do not run high voltage in this compartment)
(Middle Primary Wires Not Used)
Blk/Yel
Wire Nut to
120 VAC Power
Blower
(120 VAC)
To PureLink
Cell
Neutral
Breakers
Filter Pump
(240 VAC)
Ground
Figure 2a.
240 VAC Wiring Diagram for the AquaLink RS PureLink System
BLK
RED
YEL
GRN
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4 3 2 1
Flow/Temp/Salinity
Sensor
Ribbon Cable
to Back PCB
Blk/Wht
PureLink
Front PCB
Blk
Secondary
PRIMARY
PureLink
Back PCB
Black/White
24 VAC
SECONDARY
VAC
Primary
B
Front PCB Shown removed from the Power
Center. Front PCB Located in front of Back PCB
and behind AquaLink RS PCB
Green
J1
Wiring Harness to PureLink Cell
DC Cord (22-30 VDC)
Filter Pump Relay
J3
J2
Aux. 3 Relay
Line 2
Load 2
Line 1
J4
Load 1
Multiplex Board
(J1 through J4)
Ribbon Cable from
Front PCB
Blk/Red
Blk/Yel
A
Low voltage raceway (do not run high voltage in this compartment)
AquaLink RS ORP
Test
24 VAC Switches
Wire Nut to
120 VAC Power
Blower
(120 VAC)
To PureLink
Cell
Neutral
Breakers
Filter Pump
(120 VAC)
Ground
Figure 2b.
120 VAC Wiring Diagram for the AquaLink RS PureLink System
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Section 3. Installation Instructions Model PureLink AP700 and AP1400
3.1 Materials and Tools
NOTE Salt not included. See pages 21 - 24.
Installation Materials Furnished
Tools Needed for Installation
PureLink with AP700/AP1400 Kits and PLC 700/PLC1400 Kits
Tape Measure
(1 ea.) Electrolytic Cell with 2”-2½” Universal Unions
Phillips & Flathead Screwdrivers
(1 ea.) Port Plug with 16 ft (4.88m) Sensor and O-ring
Pliers
(1 ea.) Universal Union Nut
Hacksaw
(1 ea.) 16 ft (4.88 m) DC Power Cord
Voltmeter to determine line voltage of AC wiring to power supply
(1 ea.) Strain Relief Bracket
Electric Drill Motor and 1/4 “ masonry drill bit for mounting power supply on
block or stucco wall
PureLink with Power Center
(1 ea.) AquaLink RS PureLink Power center (Standard or Breaker)
(2 ea.) Wire Nuts
An NSF® approved All Purpose Cleaner Primer
An NSF® approved All Purpose Cement (such as Weld-On 794, 793)
(1 ea.) Owner’s Manual - Warranty Information
(1 ea.) Installation Template
WARNING
When using electrical products, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
•
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK WHICH CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. Before
attempting installation or service, ensure that all power to the device is disconnected/turned off at
the circuit breaker.
•
Grounding is required. The unit should be installed by a qualified service representative and
should be properly grounded. (See Section 3.4, Earth Bonding).
•
Install to permit access for servicing.
•
Read Section 1, Safety Information. Before attempting any electrical wiring, be sure to read
and follow Safety Instructions. Wiring should only be attempted by a qualified professional.
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3.2 Plumbing Configurations
3.2.1 Recommended Cell and Sensor Orientation
Shown below are three different cell and sensor orientations. The third port on the cell is designed for
installation of the sensor and for quick viewing of the cell plates. The Minimum Flow Rate is 30 GPM
(114 LPM).
Flow
Sensor
A
Flow
Sensor
Flow
Sensor
B
Figure 3.
C
Chlorine Generator Cell and Sensor Orientation with Flow Direction
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3.2.2
Recommended Plumbing Configuration
The preferred installation is that the Cell and Sensor are plumbed in the common line after (downstream)
the heater. The Sensor is designed to be plumbed into the 3-Port Cell. Figure 4 illustrates the recommended
plumbing configuration, which results in the most reliable operation.
Note
The PureLink is powered from the LOAD SIDE of the pool circulation pump relay. This ensures that the Cell
only operates when the pool pump is ON. The Flow Sensor serves as a protection device to ensure there is
sufficient flow for the cell to operate.
AquaLink RS
PureLink
Power Center
Cell
Heater
Heater
Spa
Bypass for
Spillover
Sensor
JANDY
Pool
Return
Figure 4.
Spa
Return
Recommended Plumbing Configuration for Pool/Spa Combination Systems
Heater
AquaLink RS
PureLink
Power Center
Cell
Pool
Return
Figure 5.
Note
Sensor
Recommended Plumbing Configuration for Pool or Dual Equipment Systems
The AquaPure is powered from the LOAD SIDE of the pool circulation pump relay or the time clock. This
ensures that the Cell only operates when the pool pump is ON. The Flow Sensor serves as a protection
device to ensure there is sufficient flow for the Cell to operate.
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3.3
Installing AquaLink RS PureLink Power Center
NOTE The Power Center should be located at or near the equipment pad.
CAUTION
The Power Center is not to be considered as suitable for use as Service Equipment. Therefore, it is
required to have the appropriate means of disconnection, circuit isolation, and/or branch circuit protection
installed upstream of the Power Center.
1.
Locate the Power Center at least five (5) feet or more away from pool/spa and five (5) feet off the
ground. All national, state, and local codes are applicable.
NOTE For Canadian installations, the Power Center must be at least three (3) meters (9.8 feet) away from the pool/
spa and 1.5 meters (5 feet) above the ground.
2.
The power center comes with two full length, heavy duty mounting brackets fastened to the back of the
Power Center during shipping. Remove the four (4) screws that are holding the two (2) brackets and
the cardboard shipping cover in place (see Figure 6). Remove and discard the cardboard.
Remove the four (4) screws that
secure the brackets to the Power
Center during shipping
Figure 6.
3.
Mounting
Brackets
(2)
Removing the Power Center Mounting Brackets from Shipping Position
Using the top mounting bracket as a guide, mark three (3) holes on the mounting surface where the
power center will ultimately reside (see Figure 7). Drill the holes in the mounting surface.
NOTE The three mounting holes are four inches (4") apart center to center.
NOTE Use heavy-weight screws. The Power Center with all available components installed weighs approximately 50
pounds.
4"
Mark Holes on Mounting Surface
4"
Mounting Bracket
Figure 7.
Mark Holes using Power Center Mounting Bracket
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4.
Reinstall the mounting brackets to the top and bottom of the back of the Power Center using the four
(4) screws that were removed in Step 2. Ensure that the brackets are rotated from the original shipping
position (see Figure 8).
Reinstall Mounting Brackets
(Ensure to Rotate from
Original Shipping Position)
Figure 8.
5.
Reinstall Mounting Brackets on Power Center
Hang the Power Center on the surface using the three (3) holes drilled in Step 3. With the Power Center
in place, mark three holes for the bottom bracket mounting.
NOTE As with the top brackets, the bottom bracket requires three (3) mounting holes. The three mounting holes are
four inches (4") apart center to center.
6.
Drill the holes and install the screws.
7.
Level the Power Center and tighten all screws, ensuring that the Power Center is securely fastened to
the mounting surface.
8.
Check source voltage. (All units are factory wired for 240 VAC). In order to use on 120 VAC, the
internal factory wiring of the power center must be changed. (See wiring diagram page 10 Figure
2b).
3.4 Earth Bonding (Grounding)
A solid, copper # 8 awg (8.4 mm2) wire is recommended for connecting the power center to a Permanent
Earth Ground connection that is acceptable to the local inspection authority. Refer to your local codes for
the acceptable grounding wire gauge. Attach the bonding point located on bottom of the power center to
a Common Earth Bonding Point. Do not use the PureLink Power Center as the Common Bonding Point.
Each piece of non-PureLink related pool equipment requiring a ground should be bonded to the Common,
Approved Earth Bonding Point.
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3.5 Installing the PureLink Cell and Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor
NOTE: Maximum operating Pressure is 345 kPa or 50 PSI - Minimum Flow Rate is 30 GPM (114 LPM).
1.
Be sure pool pump is turned off.
WARNING
ATTENTION INSTALLER: If The Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor is not installed properly, it may allow the
Cell to operate without water flow. This would cause a buildup of flammable gases resulting in FIRE
or EXPLOSION.
•
Mount as shown in Figure 9. This will result in the most reliable operation.
•
The Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor must be mounted:
(1) in the same line as the Electrolytic Cell.
(2) with no valves or diverters between the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor and Cell.
•
Anytime the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor is connected or disconnected and reconnected, the AC
power to the unit must be turned off and back on (Cycle Power). If power is not cycled, unreliable
operation of the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor will result.
2.
It is recommended that the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor and Electrolytic Cell be installed in the pool
return line after the filter and heater. The Cell can be installed in either a horizontal or a vertical
position. See Figure 3.
3.
Position the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor and Cell in the recommended position (see page 12 Figure 3,
page 13 Figures 4 and 5, page 7 Figure 1).
4.
Locate a suitable section of pipe, approximately 17 inches (432 mm) long or follow the recommended
plumbing diagrams beginning on page 13, Figures 4 and 5. The Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor cable and
Cell DC cord must be able to reach from the power center to this section.
5.
Cut out a 137/8” (352 mm) section of the 2” (50 mm) pipe to insert the Cell. See Figure 11.
6.
Install the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor into the 3-Port Cell.
7.
Install the strain relief provided with the PureLink Cell Kit into the low voltage knock out. Feed the
connector end of the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor cable through the DC cord strain relief fitting. Be
certain the connector is clean and dry, then plug the cable into the connector on the power center
Printed Circuit Board as shown in Figures 2a and 2b. (Do not pull Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor cable
too tight, allow a little slack).
8.
Plug the DC cord into the Cell stud terminals protruding from the Cell top. The DC cord can be
plugged into the cell in either direction.
CAUTION
To avoid risk of damage to the equipment and possible injury, it is important to make sure the DC cable
connector is fully seated on the cell stud terminals.
9.
Connect the DC cord to the Power center. Feed the DC cord through the same strain relief fitting as
the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor. Plug the DC cord into the two spade connectors of the wiring harness
located in the low voltage raceway of the PureLink Power Center, see Figure 2a and 2b. This wiring
harness establishes the connection between the Cell and the Printed Circuit Board mounted on the back
plate.
10. Tighten strain relief fitting screws for the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor and the DC cord. Do not pull
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor cable or DC Cord too tight. Allow a little slack cable inside of Power
Center enclosure.
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WARNING
Do not operate the electrolytic cell without water circulation. A buildup of flammable gases will result
in FIRE or EXPLOSION.
Salinity
Studs
Universal Union
Sometimes
Not Covered
Cell
or
Temperature
Sensors
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor Face must
be clean at all times for proper operation
Connector
Flow/Temp/Salinity
Sensor
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor
Figure 9.
DC Cord Plug is Connected
to Terminal Studs*
O-Ring
Seal
2” x 2½” Union
or
2 x 2½” Tailpiece
with Coupling Nut
Sensor Plug
O-ring and Union Nut
Figure 10.
* Ensure the DC Plug is properly
and securely connected to
the terminal studs of the cell.
Cell Installation
Universal Unions and Nuts
2” pvc
2” pvc
For a 2" pipe, the cutout is 13⅞" with the full
unions.
Sensor Port Plug and Nut
For a 50 mm pipe, the cutout is 352 mm with the
full unions.
NOTE Total length of the electrolytic cell with
the full unions is 16⅝".
Figure 11.
Pipe Cutout
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11. Prior to reattaching front cover, check the wiring. Be sure the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor is plugged
in. The DC cord should be plugged in. Also, check the AC wiring.
12. Plug the ribbon cable attached to the front cover PC board into Printed Circuit Board mounted on the
backplate (see Figure 2a and 2b).
3.6 Connection to the AquaLink® RS PureLink Control System
CAUTION
Do not overtighten the strain relief fitting. Overtightening can cause damage to the Flow/Temp/Salinity
Sensor cable or DC cord.
The Jandy AquaLink RS PureLink is a multi-function pool controller and can fully control the function of
the AquaPure chlorine generator. The AquaPure will display “JA” when a button is pressed at the AquaPure
while the Jandy AquaLink RS PureLink is in control. Adjustment of the AquaPure chlorine production
rate or Boost mode can be controlled from the main menu of the AquaLink RS Controller (All Button,
OneTouch, or PDA) or PureLink Front AquaPure PCB. Boost mode may be activated from the AquaPure
while the AquaLink RS is online. Refer to the AquaLink RS Operation Manual (or AquaLink RS PDA
Operation Manual) for more information. The AquaPure temperature, salinity, service codes, and LED
indicators operate as normal.
NOTE The AquaPure Chlorine Generator will communicate with AquaLink RS using firmware versions JJ or later.
Referring to Figures 2a or 2b, wire the PureLink Power Center transformer to the load side of the filter
pump relay.
NOTE The screw terminals are removable to aid in installation.
IMPORTANT
Attach the AquaPure wires to the like-numbered screw terminals on both the AquaPure and AquaLink
RS as shown in Figure 12.
Transceiver J-box for PDA
(Pool Digital Assistant)
PDA
All Button
BLK
RED
GRN
YEL
Red, 4-Pin
Terminal Bar
RED BLK YEL GRN
AquaLink RS
Behind PCB
Support Plate
4 3 2 1
OneTouch
Test
Switches
Flow
Sensor
Test Points
A to K
Aux Board
or
R H S
ORP Red BLK YEL GRN
24 VAC
AquaLink RS
Front PCB
Reverse Side
AquaPure
or
PureLink
Power Center
Figure 12.
Wiring a PureLink Control System Network
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Section 4. Pool Water Preparation
ATTENTION INSTALLER: Various application notes (including more detailed
instructions) are available from the Dealer covering installation, operation,
maintenance, and plumbing of the chlorinator system.
4.1 Determining Pool Size (m3 of Water in Your Pool)
• Rectangular Pools
Average length (meters) x average width (meters) x average depth (meters) = m3 capacity.
• Circular Pools
Diameter (meters) x diameter (meters) x average depth (meters) x 0.79 = m3 capacity.
• Oval Pools
Long diameter (meters) x short diameter (meters) x average depth (meters) x 0.79 = m3 capacity.
• Sloping Sides
Multiply total m3 by 0.85 = m3 capacity.
4.2 Determining Pool Size (Gallons of Water in Your Pool)
• Rectangular Pools
Average length (feet) x average width (feet) x average depth (feet) x 7.5 = gallon capacity.
• Circular Pools
Diameter (feet) x diameter (feet) x average depth (feet) x 5.9 = gallon capacity.
• Oval Pools
Long diameter (feet) x short diameter (feet) x average depth (feet) x 5.9 = gallon capacity.
• Sloping Sides
Multiply total gallons by 0.85 = gallon capacity.
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CAUTION
Never use dry acid to adjust pH in arid geographic areas with excessive evaporation and minimal
dilution of pool water with fresh water. A buildup of by-products can damage the electrolytic cell.
4.3 Selecting Model Size
Model PureLink700
Model PureLink1400
Chlorine Production
Chlorine Production
283 gm (0.625 lbs) per 24 Hour period.
Residential Pools
567 gm (1.25 lbs) per 24 Hour period.
Residential Pools
One (1) unit per 45 m (up to 12,000 gal) pool
(See General Rule of Sizing notes below.).
3
Commercial Pools
Check With Manufacturer.
See Commercial Sizing Guide.
One (1) unit per 151 m3 (up to 40,000 gal) pool
(See General Rule of Sizing notes below.).
Commercial Pools
Check With Manufacturer.
See Commercial Sizing Guide.
General Rule of Sizing: In areas with year-round use and high water temperatures, such as Florida, Texas, Arizona, Las Vegas and Southern
California, the following must be considered:
Year Round Use: Up-sizing the AquaPure or adding more than one AquaPure unit may be recommended for pools that are close to the maximum
size and used year round. Please consult your pool professional.
High Water Temperatures: Because chlorine demand increases with the rise of water temperature, adjustments must be made in order to keep up
with chlorine demand. In hot summer months, where the water temperature rises above 85ºF, you must increase the pump run time, increase the
AquaPure output %, increase the Stabilizer (cyanuric acid) to 75-85 PPM, and super chlorinate with other chlorine agents other than the AquaPure,
to reach break-point chlorination.
4.4
Chemistry You Need to Know
1. Chlorine Stabilizer (cyanuric acid) is needed to maintain proper levels of chlorine. Most unstable
chlorine is destroyed by the UV radiation from the sun within 2 hours. Chlorine stabilizer should be
maintained between 50 - 75 PPM. With high water temperatures above 85°F, stabilizer (cyanuric acid)
must be kept at levels from 75 - 85 PPM.
2.
Nitrates can cause extremely high chlorine demands and will deplete chlorine from your swimming
pool. In some cases Nitrates may even lower your chlorine levels to zero. Your local pool professional
can test for Nitrates. Make sure Nitrates are not present in your pool.
3.
Metals (some metals) can cause loss of chlorine. Also, metals can stain your pool. Have your local
pool professional check for metals and recommend methods of removal.
4.
Chloramines should not be present in pool water. When organic materials combine with Free
Chlorine, Chloramines are formed. This ties up the Free Chlorine in your pool and does not allow
the chlorine in your pool to disinfect. Chloramines also cloud pool water and burn the eyes. (Super
Chlorinate (shock) to remove Chloramines at the initial startup of the pool).
5.
Super Chlorination (Shocking) burns out the organic material that has combined with chlorine.
This frees the chlorine for sanitizing. This is accomplished by raising the chlorine level quickly and
dramatically. When the chlorine level is raised to 5 - 15 PPM the pool water is said to have been Super
Chlorinated (shocked). As pool water is continuously passed through the AquaPure Electrolytic Cell,
all pool water inside the cell is being Super Chlorinated. When the AquaPure is used on pools the pool
water sparkles and does not burn the eyes because of the absence of Chloramines.
NOTE On initial startup of a pool, it is best to Super Chlorinate from an outside source, i.e., use a shock treatment
available at your local pool supplier.
6.
pH produced by the AquaPure is close to Neutral pH. However, other factors usually cause the pH
of the pool water to rise. Therefore, the pH in a pool chlorinated by the AquaPure tends to stabilize
at approximately 7.8. This is within APSP standards. If the pool pH rises above 7.8 have a pool
professional test to see if other factors such as high Calcium Hardness or Total Alkalinity are the cause
and then balance accordingly.
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7.
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) Adding salt to pool water will raise the TDS level. While this does not
adversely affect the pool water chemistry or clarity, the pool water professional testing for TDS must
be made aware salt has been added for the AquaPure system. The individual performing the TDS test
will then subtract the salinity level to arrive at the correct TDS level.
8.
New Pool Water in a recently filled or newly refinished pool may contain undesirable matter. This
undesirable matter could interfere with the AquaPure’s ability to chlorinate properly. Make sure the
water is tested by a pool professional and properly balanced before turning on the AquaPure.
4.5 Optimum Pool Water Conditions
In accordance with Association of Pool and Spa Professionals (APSP) standards, we recommend the
following water balance conditions be maintained on an on-going basis to protect the pool finish and
equipment and ensure the pleasing appearance of the water. The AquaPure is warranted to operate properly
only if these conditions are met.
Free Chlorine
1.0 - 3.0 PPM. Above 3.0 PPM may cause corrosion of
pool metals.
Combined Chlorine (Chloramines)
None (Super Chlorinate to remove all Chloramines).
pH
7.2 - 7.8 (USE MURIATIC ACID to lower pH and Soda Ash
to raise pH).
Chlorine Stabilizer (Cyanuric Acid)
50 - 75 PPM
Total Alkalinity
80 - 120 PPM
Calcium Hardness
150 - 400 PPM
Metals (Copper, Iron, Manganese)
None
Nitrates
None
4.6 Chlorine Testing
It is recommended that chlorine test samples be taken from two places. Compare the samples. A higher
level should be found at the pool return line. The higher level at the pool return line indicates the AquaPure
is producing chlorine.
1.
At the pool return line.
2.
18 inches (457 mm) below the surface and well away from the pool return line.
4.7 Salt (NaCl sodium chloride)
4.7.1
When to Add Salt?
For a new pool or newly resurfaced pool it is recommended to wait 14 days (surface should be completely
cured) before adding salt. Follow the pool surface Manufacturer’s guidelines for your particular pool. For
vinyl and fiberglass pools, salt can be added at start up.
4.7.2
What Type of Salt to Use?
• The purer the salt the better the life and performance of the electrolytic cell. Use a salt that is at least
99.8% pure NaCl. The salt is an evaporated, granulated, food quality, non-iodized salt. Consult your salt
supplier.
• Avoid using salt with anti-caking agents (sodium ferrocyanide, also known as YPS or yellow prussiate
of soda) that could cause some discoloration of fittings and surface finishes in pool.
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• Water conditioning salt pellets are compressed forms of evaporated salt and may be used but will take
longer to dissolve.
• Do Not use calcium chloride as a source of salt. (Use sodium chloride only).
• Do Not use Rock salt (insoluble impurities mixed with the rock salt can shorten the life of the unit).
4.7.3
How Much Salt to Use?
Use Table 1 to determine how much salt will be needed. Most pools contain some salt depending on the
water source and chemicals used for sanitizing. If the AquaPure has not been wired and turned on yet, a
hand held meter calibrated for NaCl (salt) can be used to determine the existing salt concentration of the
water. If the AquaPure is wired in (connected), use it to determine the salinity.
Set Chlorine Production to 00%. Operating the unit above 00% production without salt will damage
Cell. The Salinity button C on the AquaPure can be used to determine salinity in the case of a new pool
installation, or a complete water change so long as the Chlorine Production is set to 00%. See Section 5.4.2,
step 2.
• 3.0 to 3.5 gpl of salt is recommended for optimum water conditions.
• Low salt concentration below 2.0 gpl will cause premature cell failure.
• High salt concentration above 4.0 gpl may damage the power center.
• High salt concentration above 6.0 gpl may cause corrosion damage to pool fixtures.
NOTE Should too much salt be inadvertently added to the pool see Section 7, Troubleshooting.
NOTE To convert gpl (grams per liter) of a salt solution to PPM (Parts Per Million) of a salt solution multiply by 1000,
i.e., 3.0 gpl salt X 1000 = 3000 PPM salt.
4.7.4
How to Add Salt to the Pool?
1.
Turn on pump to circulate pool water.
2.
IMPORTANT - Turn the AquaPure off by pressing the arrow button A and setting CHLORINE
PRODUCTION Rate to 00%.
3.
Determine amount of salt from the following charts.
4.
Broadcast or spread the salt into the outer perimeter of the pool, or into the shallow end of the pool for
quick and even distribution.
5.
To avoid clogging the filter or damaging power center and pump, do not add salt through the
skimmer, main drain, or surge tank.
6.
Brush the pool bottom and allow water to circulate for 24 hours to dissolve completely and mix evenly
with the pool water.
7.
After 24 hours, verify correct salt reading.
8.
Turn on the AquaPure and set to desired Production rate (Press arrow button B ).
NOTE
For a new pool or newly resurfaced pool it is recommended to wait 14 days (surface should be
completely cured) before adding salt. Follow the pool surface manufacturers guidelines for your
particular pool. For vinyl and fiberglass pools, salt can be added at start up.
104 kg
(230 lbs)
95 kg
(210 kg)
86 kg
(190 lbs)
75 kg
(165 lbs)
66 kg
(145 lbs)
57 kg
(125 lbs)
48 kg
(105 lbs)
39 kg
(85 lbs)
27 kg
(60 lbs)
18 kg
(40 lbs)
9 kg
(20 lbs)
0.25 g/l
0.50 g/l
0.75 g/l
1.00 g/l
1.25 g/l
1.50 g/l
1.75 g/l
2.00 g/l
2.25 g/l
2.50 g/l
2.75 g/l
11 kg
(25 lbs)
23 kg
(50 lbs)
32 kg
(70 lbs)
45 kg
(100 lbs)
59 kg
(130 lbs)
68 kg
(150 kg)
79 kg
(175 lbs)
91 kg
(200 lbs)
104 kg
(230 lbs)
113 kg
(250 lbs)
127 kg
(280 lbs)
136 kg
(300 lbs)
45m3
(12,000)
14 kg
(30 lbs)
27 kg
(60 lbs)
39 kg
(85 lbs)
54 kg
(120 lbs)
68 kg
(150 kg)
79 kg
(175 lbs)
91 kg
(200 lbs)
14 kg
(30 lbs)
29 kg
(65 lbs)
45 kg
(100 lbs)
63 kg
(140 lbs)
77 kg
(170 lbs)
91 kg
(200 lbs)
104 kg
(230 lbs)
120 kg
(265 lbs)
136 kg
(300 lbs)
122 kg
(270 lbs)
104 kg
(230 lbs)
154 kg
(340 lbs)
168 kg
(370 lbs)
181 kg
(400 lbs)
60m3
(16,000)
134 kg
(295 lbs)
145 kg
(320 lbs)
159 kg
(350 lbs)
53m3
(14,000)
18 kg
(40 lbs)
32 kg
(70 lbs)
50 kg
(110 lbs)
68 kg
(150 kg)
86 kg
(190 lbs)
102 kg
(225 lbs)
118 kg
(260 lbs)
136 kg
(300 lbs)
154 kg
(340 lbs)
172 kg
(380 lbs)
188 kg
(415 lbs)
204 kg
(450 lbs)
68m3
(18,000)
18 kg
(40 lbs)
36 kg
(80 lbs)
54 kg
(120 lbs)
77 kg
(170 lbs)
20 kg
(45 lbs)
41 kg
(90 lbs)
59 kg
(130 lbs)
86 kg
(190 lbs)
104 kg
(230 lbs)
125 kg
(275 lbs)
113 kg
(250 lbs)
95 kg
(210 kg)
145 kg
(320 lbs)
163 kg
(360 lbs)
191 kg
(420 lbs)
209 kg
(460 lbs)
231 kg
(510 lbs)
249 kg
(550 lbs)
83m3
(22,000)
132 kg
(290 lbs)
150 kg
(330 lbs)
172 kg
(380 lbs)
191 kg
(420 lbs)
209 kg
(460 lbs)
227 kg
(500 lbs)
76m3
(20,000)
IMPORTANT
23 kg
(50 lbs)
27 kg
(60 lbs)
50 kg
(110 lbs)
76 kg
(168 lbs)
73 kg
(160 lbs)
48 kg
(105 lbs)
109 kg
(240 lbs)
134 kg
(295 lbs)
159 kg
(350 lbs)
186 kg
(410 lbs)
209 kg
(460 lbs)
240 kg
(530 lbs)
268 kg
(590 lbs)
293 kg
(645 lbs)
318 kg
(700 lbs)
106m3
(28,000)
45 kg
(100 lbs)
125 kg
(275 lbs)
147 kg
(325 lbs)
172 kg
(380 lbs)
195 kg
(430 lbs)
225 kg
(495 lbs)
247 kg
(545 lbs)
272 kg
(600 lbs)
295 kg
(650 lbs)
98m3
(26,000)
Add 0.57 kg (1.25 lbs) of Stabilizer per 22.7 kg (50 lbs) of Salt.
23 kg
(50 lbs)
45 kg
(100 lbs)
66 kg
(145 lbs)
93 kg
(205 lbs)
113 kg
(250 lbs)
136 kg
(300 lbs)
159 kg
(350 lbs)
181 kg
(400 lbs)
209 kg
(460 lbs)
229 kg
(505 lbs)
249 kg
(550 lbs)
272 kg
(600 lbs)
91m3
(24,000)
Pool Size (US Gallons)
27 kg
(60 lbs)
54 kg
(120 lbs)
82 kg
(180 lbs)
116 kg
(255 lbs)
143 kg
(315 lbs)
170 kg
(375 lbs)
197 kg
(435 lbs)
225 kg
(495 lbs)
259 kg
(570 lbs)
286 kg
(630 lbs)
313 kg
(690 lbs)
340 kg
(750 lbs)
113m3
(30,000)
29 kg
(64 lbs)
58 kg
(128 lbs)
87 kg
(192 lbs)
123 kg
(272 lbs)
152 kg
(336 lbs)
181 kg
(400 lbs)
210 kg
(464 lbs)
240 kg
(528 lbs)
276 kg
(608 lbs)
305 kg
(672 lbs)
334 kg
(736 lbs)
363 kg
(800 lbs)
121m3
(32,000)
31 kg
(68 lbs)
62 kg
(136 lbs)
93 kg
(204 lbs)
131 kg
(289 lbs)
162 kg
(357 lbs)
193 kg
(425 lbs)
224 kg
(493 lbs)
254 kg
(561 lbs)
293 kg
(646 lbs)
324 kg
(714 lbs)
355 kg
(782 lbs)
386 kg
(850 lbs)
129m3
(34,000)
Approximate Kilograms (Pounds) of Salt Needed to Obtain 3.0 gpl (3,000 PPM) in Pool
NOTE Add salt as required to maintain 3.0 gpl concentration
113 kg
(250 lbs)
38m3
(10,000)
0.00 g/l
Salt
Conc.
Before
Addition
Table 1.
33 kg
(72 lbs)
65 kg
(144 lbs)
98 kg
(216 lbs)
139 kg
(306 lbs)
171 kg
(378 lbs)
204 kg
(450 lbs)
237 kg
(522 lbs)
269 kg
(594 lbs)
310 kg
(684 lbs)
343 kg
(756 lbs)
376 kg
(828 lbs)
408 kg
(900 lbs)
136m3
(36,000)
34 kg
(76 lbs)
69 kg
(152 lbs)
103 kg
(228 lbs)
147 kg
(323 lbs)
181 kg
(399 lbs)
215 kg
(475 lbs)
250 kg
(551 lbs)
284 kg
(627 lbs)
327 kg
(722 lbs)
362 kg
(796 lbs)
396 kg
(874 lbs)
431 kg
(950 lbs)
144m3
(38,000)
36 kg
(80 lbs)
73 kg
(160 lbs)
109 kg
(240 lbs)
154 kg
(340 lbs)
191 kg
(420 lbs)
227 kg
(500 lbs)
263 kg
(580 lbs)
299 kg
(660 lbs)
345 kg
(760 lbs)
381 kg
(840 lbs)
417 kg
(920 lbs)
454 kg
(1000 lbs)
151m3
(40,000)
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Table 2.
Approximate Pounds (kg) of Salt Needed to Maintain 3.0 gpl (3,000 PPM)
Salt Concentration. Before
Addition
Salt Addition Required
per 1000 gallon pool capacity
Salt Concentration Before
Addition
Salt Addition Required
per 1000 gallon pool capacity
0.0 gpl
25.6 lbs
(11.6 kg)
1.5 gpl
12.8 lbs
(5.8 kg)
0.3 gpl
23.5 lbs
(10.7 kg)
1.8 gpl
10.7 lbs
(4.8 kg)
0.5 gpl
21.4 lbs
(9.7 kg)
2.0 gpl
8.5 lbs
(3.9 kg)
0.8 gpl
19.2 lbs
(8.7 kg)
2.3 gpl
6.4 lbs
(2.9 kg)
1.0 gpl
17.1 lbs
(7.8 kg)
2.5 gpl
4.2 lbs
(1.9 kg)
1.3 gpl
15 lbs
(6.8 kg)
2.8 gpl
2.2 lbs
(1 kg)
NOTE: Check pool for existing salt level before determining the amount of salt needed. Most pools (especially those which have
utilized liquid chlorine for a sanitizer) will contain some salt from the source water or previous sanitizers.
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Section 5. Operating Instructions
NOTE The AquaPure Control Panel is located inside the AquaLink RS PureLink Power Center. To access the
AquaPure Control Panel at the Power Center, open the door to the Power Center. On the Control Access
Panel, remove the two screws that are marked Access to AquaPure PCB. Please note that the AquaLink RS
PCB is mounted on the Control Access Panel. Carefully, lower the Control Access Panel until the hinged tabs
stop. The Control Access Panel will be parallel to the deck.
Boost - 24 Hour 100% Chlorine Production Cycle - Refer to Manual
- - - - To Enter Boost Mode Press and Hold "Temperature" Button for 10 Seconds
Pool Temperature - Temperature of Pool Water at Flow Sensor
CELL ON - Making Chlorine
CELL RESTING - Off Portion of Chlorine Production Cycle
FLOW - Water Flow Present
CELL REVERSING - Automatic Cleaning Cycle in Progress
ADD SALT - Salinity Should be 3.0 - 3.5 Grams / Liter
SERVICE - Refer to Manual - - - - To Silence Audible Service Alarm Press and Hold "Salinity" Button for 5 Seconds
CELL ON
CHLORINE
PRODUCTION RATE
CELL RESTING
FLOW
CELL REVERSING
Rate
Rate
ADD SALT
SERVICE
Salinity
Pool Temp.
- Boost -
Power On
Figure 13.
Control Center Front Panel
5.1 Using the Front Panel Controls
Chlorine Production Rate (more or less) Adjustment
Adjustments to the chlorine production rate can be made from the AquaLink RS control panel or from
the AquaPure Front Panel behind the AquaLink RS Power Center PCB.
Salinity
Boost
Press the Salinity button C to check the salinity of the water in pool.
Boost can be activated from the AquaPure PCB while connected to an
AquaLink RS. Press and hold the Temperature button D for 10 seconds
to enter the Boost mode (Note ‘bo’ will flash intermittently). Boost can
be used to set chlorine production to maximum (100%) for 24 hours of
operation. After 24 hours of chlorinator run time, chlorine production
will return to previous setting. To clear the Boost mode, press and hold
the Temperature button again for 10 seconds.
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Temperature
Press the Temperature button D to check the pool water temperature.
Temperature measurements can be displayed in either Fahrenheit or
Celsius. For more information, see Section 8, Temperature Conversion.
NOTE The Chlorine Production Rate buttons can be used to adjust the output % when the AquaPure is
controlled by the AquaLink RS only when the AquaLink RS is placed into Service Mode. (This feature is
available with AquaPure front PCB firmware version 11230A05 or later. Your firmware revision number
can be found on the back of the front AquaPure PCB.) If arrow button A or arrow button B is pressed, JA
in the AquaPure display indicates that the AquaLink RS is controlling the AquaPure and desired output
percentages.
The Boost button at the AquaPure Control Panel will start Boost cycle when the AquaLink RS is online.
Chlorine Production Rate (more or less) Adjustment with AquaLink RS Online
The AquaLink RS Control System must be set to Service Mode before you can change the chlorine
production levels from the AquaPure Service Panel.
AquaLink RS Power Center
Press the Mode Select button to move the AquaLink RS from Auto
Mode into Service Mode. The indicator light located next to the Service
will turn ON.
Press the Valve Select button to choose either Pool Mode to change pool
chlorine production, or Spa Mode to change spa chlorine production.
Press the Filter Pump button to turn on the pump and apply power to the
AquaPure system.
AquaPure Service Panel
Press the arrow button A or arrow button B to change the CHLORINE
PRODUCTION in 5% increments. Generally, adjustments to production
should be made in 10% increments.
AquaLink RS Power Center
Press the Mode Select button to put the AquaLink RS in the Time Out
mode.
Press the Mode Select button again to place it back into Auto mode.
NOTE The Power Center must be in pool mode to change the AquaPure pool setting; it must be in spa mode to
change the AquaPure spa setting, use the valve select button to switch between the two modes. System
must be cycled through SERVICE, TIME OUT, then back to AUTO to accept the Pool Setting versus the Spa
Setting.
NOTE When a pool pump timer is used to limit chlorinator run time, the 24 hours will only count down when the
chlorinator is on.
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5.2 Reading the Display
Cell On
The CELL ON indicator shows that the cell has been turned on by the
AquaPure. Some reasons for the CELL ON indicator not being on during
normal operation, are: CHLORINE PRODUCTION set to 00%, CHLORINE
PRODUCTION set to less than 100% and Cell Resting appears during cell
rest period, NO FLOW condition, two minutes before automatic cleaning
cycle, Low temperature cut off has been activated, or a service related
problem such as a salinity level below 2.0 gpl or salinity level too high.
Cell Resting
During the Normal chlorine production cycle when the unit is set for less
than 100%, the cell will periodically rest; that is, the unit will not make
chlorine. The CELL RESTING indicator shows that the cell has been
turned off by the power center.
Flow or No Flow Indication
When the power center determines that water is flowing past the Flow/
Temp/Salinity Sensor, the FLOW indicator is displayed. When no flow is
detected, the NO FLOW is displayed and the cell is turned off.
Cell Reversing
The automatic cleaning cycle of the AquaPure is in progress. The
cleaning cycle is factory set and cannot be adjusted. Cell Reversing does
not interrupt the production of Chlorine.
Salinity
Salinity is displayed along with the gpl (grams per liter) indicator, when
the Salinity button is depressed. If a reading of HH appears, the salinity
is above 4.5 to 6.5 gpl (depending on pool temperature) and is too high to
measure correctly (at normal temperatures). Maintain Salinity between
3.0 and 3.5 gpl. See Section 4.
Add Salt
The ADD SALT indicator comes on when the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor
determines that the salinity level of the pool water is too low. Maintain
Salinity between 3.0 and 3.5 gpl.
Service and Service Code
The SERVICE indicator will turn on whenever the AquaPure detects a
problem that requires attention. The SERVICE indicator is accompanied
by a service code displayed on the front panel, displayed as a 3 digit
code. The service code(s) are displayed twice per minute with an audible
alarm.
NOTE See Section 7.2, Service Codes. Problems can range from insufficient salinity to the DC cord not
connected.
Audible Alarm
An audible alarm (beep) sounds once per hour, and only for the first
service code when a Service condition is detected. The Alarm can be
cleared by pressing and holding the Salinity button C for 5 seconds. The
audible alarm can be cleared for 24 hours or until the power to the unit
is turned off and back on whichever comes first. However, the audible
alarm will return if a new problem is detected.
NOTE The audible alarm can be permanently disabled by removing the blue jumper from J10 on the power
center front cover PCB.
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Beeper Control
Beeper operation and volume control can be adjusted.
To adjust volume control, press and hold the TEMPERATURE button
for 15 seconds. The system will beep once when pressed, once after 10
seconds and once after 15 seconds. Release the key after the third beep.
Press the SALINITY button within 5 seconds to enter the temperature
change screen.
The system will display a ‘1’ followed by ‘F’ or ‘C’. Press the
TEMPERATURE button to move to the second parameter screen. The
screen will display a 0, and the beeper volume will be fully reduced. The
system will occasionally show a ‘2’ to display the screen number.
Press the arrow button B to increase the volume and the arrow button
A to reduce the volume. The volume increments from 0 to 100 in 20
steps. After each press of the arrow buttons, the beeper will activate to
demonstrate the current volume level.
When the beeper volume has been adjusted to the desired setting, press
the SALINITY button to confirm the new beeper volume setting. The
change will be stored in permanent memory.
If you do not wish to keep the change, wait 5 seconds, and the change
screen will ‘time out’ and return to normal operation without keeping
any changes to the system. Any changes made to the beeper volume will
NOT be saved if this occurs.
The Boost cycle is normally activated after 10 seconds, however, if the
key is held down until after the third beep at 15 seconds, the Boost mode
will not be changed.
5.3 Operation
CAUTION
Before attempting to operate refer to Section 4, Pool Water Preparation. Also, do not adjust Chlorine
production above 00% until it is certain that salt has been dissolved in pool. Operating without salt
will damage Electrolytic Cell.
NOTE Chlorine Production can be adjusted in 5% increments at the AquaLink RS.
• Check Chlorine Level on a regular basis and adjust AquaPure accordingly.
NOTE Exception - For Cold Weather Operation: If the AquaPure is set to run 24 hours a day through the winter,
extremely cold water temperatures can effect Cell life. Sometimes it will be necessary to run the AquaPure at
a very low production rate of 10% to 20% or to turn the unit off. See Section 6.6, Winterizing.
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5.4 Startup
5.4.1
Shocking
Shocking (Super Chlorination) is recommended before pool startup. Start out with good pool water
from the beginning. The AquaPure will build up a sufficient level of chlorine for sanitation in several hours.
However, if pool water has a high demand from the startup the AquaPure will not be able to produce enough
chlorine to reach break point chlorination. So, it is best to super chlorinate from an outside source at the
time of pool startup. Then, wait until the chlorine level has returned to 1 to 3 PPM before turning on the
AquaPure.
5.4.2
Apply Power
1.
Turn on the pool pump. When the AquaPure is first turned on (cold), the unit will beep. Next it will
self-calibrate the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor. After going through an internal test and calibration, the
LCD will display the current setting for Chlorine Production (00% to 100%). During the calibration
period “Wait” will appear. “Wait” means the unit is self calibrating and doing internal testing. This
usually takes less than 6 minutes.
2.
Check salinity level by pressing the Salinity button. It should read between 3.0 gpl and 3.5 gpl. If it
does not, then press the Salinity button two or three more times until the salinity reading stabilizes.
NOTE If still less than 3.0 gpl refer to pages 18 through 20 and adjust salt level. (Maintain the Recommended
Salinity Level of 3.0 to 3.5 gpl). If salinity is below 2.0 gpl the AquaPure will automatically turn the cell off
until the salinity is raised above 2.0 gpl, since operating with low salt will damage Cell. Likewise, if salinity is
above the range of measurement the AquaPure will automatically turn the cell off until the salinity is lowered
to a measurable level, since operating with high salt will damage the power center. If salinity is greater than
3.5 gpl, see Section 7, Troubleshooting.
3.
Adjust the Chlorine Production to 50% by pressing the arrow button B.
4.
After 24 hours, use a reliable test kit to test the pool water for free active chlorine. The ideal range to
maintain is 1-3 PPM. If the chlorine content of the pool water is too low, increase chlorine production
by pressing the arrow button B. If the chlorine content of the water is too high, Decrease chlorine
production by pressing the arrow button A. Adjust in 10% increments initially then in smaller
increments as the correct chlorine level is approached.
5.
Due to a varying chlorine demand of pool water, it may take a few days to determine the correct pool
pump operating time and chlorine production percentage setting for your pool. Continue adjusting
as necessary, allowing 24 hours between adjustments until the chlorine content of the pool water has
stabilized at 1-3 PPM.
5.5 Operating in Winter
See Section 6.6, Winterizing.
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5.6 Recommendations
DO List
• Read and keep your manual in a safe place.
• Increase Chlorine Production before party time and return to normal afterwards.
• Increase Chlorine Production when temperature goes up.
• Increase Chlorine Production when number of guests goes up.
• Use Stabilizer (Cyanuric Acid) to stabilize Chlorine in Pool.
• Mount Power Center in shade or out of the direct sunlight whenever possible.
• Decrease production when temperature goes down (for example, in the Fall and Winter seasons).
• Take pool water sample to Pool Professional once per month.
DON’T List
• Do not get fertilizer in your pool. Fertilizers contain nitrates which cause a high chlorine demand on
pool water.
• Never use dry acid to adjust pH in arid geographic areas with excessive evaporation and minimal
dilution of pool water with fresh water. A build up of by products can damage the electrolytic cell.
• Do not add any pool water balancing chemicals (including salt) unless the AquaPure is turned off.
• Do not let Chlorine Stabilizer drop below 50 PPM.
• Do not add salt without first checking the pool salinity level. Too much salt can disable and possibly
damage the chlorinator.
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Section 6. User Maintenance Instructions
The following information describe how to care for your AquaPure.
6.1 Daily
None.
6.2 Weekly
1. Chlorine Test. Test pool water chlorine level with a reliable test kit. Maintain ideal range by adjusting
the AquaPure chlorine production rate using Section 5.4, Startup. Recommended Free Chlorine is
1-3 PPM.
NOTE It is recommended that chlorine test samples be taken from two places, one at the pool return line, the other
well away from the pool return line. Compare the samples. A higher level should be found at the pool return
line. The higher level at the pool return line indicates the AquaPure is producing chlorine.
2.
pH Level Test. Test the pH level of your pool with a test kit. If necessary, adjust according to your
pool professional’s recommendations. APSP standard of 7.2 - 7.8 is recommended.
CAUTION
Never use dry acid to adjust pH in arid geographic areas with excessive evaporation and minimal
dilution of pool water with fresh water. A build up of by products can damage the electrolytic cell.
6.3 Monthly
1. Salt Level Test. Test pool water salt level by depressing the Salinity button C and reading the LCD
located on the front cover of the AquaPure power center. Maintain the ideal range of 3.0-3.5 gpl for
optimum performance of the AquaPure. If additional salt is required, follow the procedures and charts
described in Section 4. If salt level does not rise after 24 hours, see Section 7, Troubleshooting.
2.
Pool Water Sample. Take water sample to local pool store for testing.
3.
Total Alkalinity Test. Test pool water for total alkalinity with a test kit. Adjust according to your pool
professional’s recommendations. 80-120 PPM APSP Standard.
4.
Stabilizer (Cyanuric Acid). Test pool water stabilizer (cyanuric acid) level using a test kit or by having
a water sample tested by a pool professional. Maintain ideal range of 50-75 PPM. Follow your pool
professional’s recommendations.
5.
Calcium Hardness. Test pool water for calcium hardness level using test kit or by having a water
sample tested by a pool professional. If necessary, adjust according to your pool professional’s
recommendations. APSP standard of 150-400 PPM is recommended.
6.
Metals Test. It is recommended that the pool water be tested periodically for the presence of metals
such as copper, iron, and manganese. These metals should not be present in the pool water. If those
metals are present, contact the local pool professional.
6.4 Electrolytic Cell Cleaning - As Needed
1. Automatic Cleaning. The power center has an automatic cell cleaning feature (Cell Reversing) that
removes scale deposits from the electrolytic cell.
NOTE Automatic Cleaning does not interrupt Chlorine Production.
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“Scale” is a white crusty deposit that forms in excessively hard water or from pool water that is out
of balance and in a scaling condition. Following the installation of the AquaPure, check the cell once
a month for several months. If the cell is clean, replace and re-check at the end of each swimming
season. If the cell shows excessive scaling, go on to Step 2, Acid Wash Cleaning.
2.
Acid Wash Cleaning. If the electrolytic cell has a tendency to scale, it is recommended that every two
months the cell be removed and inspected for scale formation and/or debris. Some filters allow debris
to pass through to the cell which could lodge between the plates in the cell. A small amount of scale
formation is normal. If by looking through the cell it is observed that there is excessive scale formation
between the plates or debris is present, the cell must be cleaned as follows:
a.
Use a high pressure jet of water from a garden hose. If the cell cannot be reasonably cleaned in
this manner, acid cleaning is necessary.
b.
Remove the cell from the plumbing. Replace the cell with the spool piece, if necessary. Remove
the sensor from the port.
c.
To acid clean the cell, plug the two adjacent ports. Mix one pint of muriatic acid with two quarts
of tap water in a plastic bucket. Use the appropriate port plugs on the ports. Do not use the
sensor as damage can result.
WARNING
Inhalation of muriatic acid vapor or contact with skin or eyes can cause serious injury or death. Wear goggles and
rubber gloves, and perform cleaning in a well-ventilated area. Add acid to the water, do not add water to the acid
as splashing could result.
d.
Pour the acid/water mixture inside the cell. A foaming action will begin, which is caused by
scale (calcium carbonate) being dissolved from the plates. If rigorous foaming action does not
begin, the cell does not need to be cleaned (STOP THE CLEANING PROCESS- go on to next
step “e”). Otherwise, allow the cell to remain in the solution until the foaming has stopped.
However, do not leave in acid for more than 1/2 hour. *(Excessive Acid Washing will damage
Electrolytic Cell).
e.
Rinse the cell thoroughly with clean tap water and inspect. If deposits are still visible, repeat the
cleaning procedure. Additional acid may need to be added to the solution.
f.
Rinse the cell again with clean tap water and inspect. If clean, replace the cell and resume normal
operation.
g.
If the acid wash procedure is necessary, it is recommended that a sample of pool water be
analyzed by an authorized AquaPure service representative for excessive hardness and/or
improper water balance.
h.
If no scale or debris deposits are observed in the cell after two bimonthly inspections, it is not
necessary to continue bimonthly inspections. However, due to possible changes in pool water
chemistry and filtering effectiveness, it is recommended that the cell be removed for inspection at
least twice a year.
6.5 Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor Cleaning
One time per year or as needed. It is rare but scale formations on the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor sometimes
occur and will affect the accuracy of the salinity test.
1.
Remove Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor from the 3-Port Cell or threaded PVC Tee.
2.
Brush with a mildly abrasive green fiber household cleaning pad. Contacts should be clean and bright.
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3.
Thoroughly rinse the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor with clean tap water. Replace and resume normal
operation.
4.
Turn power off and back on in order to recalibrate and reset Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor. Reset
anytime Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor is unplugged.
6.6 Winterizing
Very little chlorine is needed in cold water. Below 51 degrees Fahrenheit, chlorine production is not
permitted; operating the chlorinator in cold water might result in over-chlorinated pool water. If more
chlorine is needed, activating the “Boost” mode will override this cold water feature allowing chlorine
production for 24 hours of operation. See Section 5.1, Using the Front Panel Controls.
If preventative measures are not taken, freezing water may cause severe damage to the Cell and
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor. Prevent freeze damage to the Cell and Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor by running
pump continuously or winterize pool by draining water from pump, filter, and all intake and return lines.
Remove the cell, clean and store it. Disconnect the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor from the power center, then
remove it from the 3-Port Cell. Wrap Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor in a plastic bag or protective covering and
coil Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor and DC power cord cables around the power center for storage.
An optional Spool Piece is available to replace the cell during winterizing or cell maintenance. This will
enable pool pump to circulate water with the cell out the of line. See Figure 14.
When a FREEZE CONTROLLER is used on pump equipment and the AquaPure is run through the winter,
turn the AquaPure CHLORINE PRODUCTION down to 10 - 20%. Otherwise, chlorine production will
exceed the recommended level of 1.0 - 3.0 PPM.
NOTE Above 3.0 PPM may cause corrosion of pool metals and possibly cause damage to associated pool
equipment.
O-Ring
Seal
Remove Cell
PVC Union
Insert Spool Piece
Figure 14.
Spool Piece Location
PVC Union
and 2” Nut
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Section 7. Troubleshooting
NOTE: Turn off power to unit prior to attempting service or repair.
7.1 Problems and Corrective Action
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Low or no chlorine.
Low stabilizer (cyanuric acid) level in pool water.
Add stabilizer to maintain 50 - 75 PPM per pool
professional’s recommendations.
Insufficient operating hours of
the AquaPure unit.
Increase the AquaPure operating time per day. See
Section 5, Operating Instructions.
CHLORINE PRODUCTION percentage set too low or
off at 00%.
Increase chlorine production by pressing the
Chlorine Production Rate Adjustment button (arrow
button B). See Section 5, Operating Instructions.
Recent increases in weather temperature without
increasing the chlorine production of your unit.
Increase chlorine production by pressing the
Chlorine Production Rate Adjustment button (arrow
button B). See Section 5, Operating Instructions.
Temporary loss of chlorine due to heavy organic load
- rain, leaves, fertilizer or heavy bather load (Recent
party!). Pets using pool.
Set “Boost” mode and allow to run for 24 hours.
Recheck. If still too low, Super Chlorinate with
outside source. (Take pool water sample to
Pool Professional). See Section 5, Operating
Instructions.
Low (Less than 2.5) gpl salt level in pool water.
Test salinity by pressing the Test Salinity button.
See Section 4, Tables 1 and 2.
High nitrate level.
Contact Pool Professional.
Metals present in pool water.
Contact Pool Professional.
New pool water. Not shocked properly upon startup.
Super Chlorinate Pool.
See Section 5.4, Startup.
Clogged or dirty cell.
Remove cell for inspection. Clean if necessary.
See Section 6, User Maintenance Instructions.
Corrective Action
Problem
Possible Cause
No display on LCD (Screen is blank).
No Power to Unit.
Check power. Turn on pump.
1. Defective automatic timer or pump switch.
2. Loose connection at automatic timer or pump
switch.
Loose ribbon cable between front and back PC board.
Check that ribbon cable is fully inserted into
connector.
Incorrectly wired. Unit not wired for 240 VAC.
Check that unit is correctly wired for 240 VAC and
connected to 240 VAC.
Loose or bad connection at white connector between
transformer and back PC board.
Check connector at white plug to insure proper
connection. If burnt connector contact authorized
service representative.
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Corrective Action
Problem
Possible Cause
“Cell On” indicator does not come on.
Chlorine Production set to 00%.
Adjust CHLORINE PRODUCTION to desired
Percentage.
If No Flow also….
Insufficient water flow. Cell is plugged with debris,
pump has lost prime.
Remove obstruction and/or clean cell. See Section
6.4, Electrolytic Cell Cleaning. Prime pump if
necessary.
If No Flow also….
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor not plugged in.
Plug in Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor. See Section 2,
Figures 2a and 2b.
Salt level below 2.0 gpl.
Add salt as described in Section 4.7.
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
“No Flow” indicator stays on
continuously.
Pump fails to provide sufficient water flow.
Check for correct operation of the pump. Ensure
there is no loss of pump prime or clogged strainer
baskets.
Closed valves.
Check and correct all valve alignments.
Dirty filter.
Follow filter cleaning procedures.
Obstruction in the AquaPure cell.
Remove cell for inspection. Follow cleaning
procedures. See Section 6.4, Electrolytic Cell
Cleaning.
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor not installed properly.
Ensure that the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor is
installed according to Section 3, Figure 9. If not,
contact a pool professional.
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor not plugged in.
Plug Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor into connector on
power center printed circuit board. Turn power to
unit off and back on (Cycle Power). See wiring
diagram in Figures 2a and 2b. See also, Section
6.5, Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor Cleaning, Step 4.
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor elements covered with PVC
glue, taped over, or covered with other debris.
Remove and clean Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor and
reinstall. See Sections 3.5 and 6.5.
Defective Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor.
Contact your authorized service representative.
Problem
Possible Cause
Salt level too high.
Too much salt has been added to pool.
Corrective Action
Backwash or partially drain pool and dilute with
fresh water until salinity returns to
3.0 gpl to 3.5 gpl.
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Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
“Service” Indicator On.
Low salt level in pool water.
Test salinity. Add salt as described in Section 4.7.
Cell requires cleaning.
Refer to Maintenance Procedure for acid wash
cleaning. See Section 6.4, Step 2.
Cell not working properly after cleaning
Contact your authorized service representative.
DC power cord not properly connected to the cell.
Check connection. Check for dirt or corrosion
around DC cord contacts at Cell. Check Cell studs
for same.
Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor not plugged in.
Plug Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor into connector on
power center printed circuit board. (Cycle Power).
Water temperature too low
Winterize your pool. See Section 6.6, Winterizing.
All the above have been checked and indicator light is
still on.
Contact your authorized service representative.
Corrective Action
Problem
Possible Cause
Salt Level Too Low.
Not enough salt added on start up.
Add salt to pool, 3.0 gpl to 3.5 gpl.
See Section 4.7.
Heavy Rainfall.
Add salt to pool, 3.0 gpl to 3.5 gpl.
See Section 4.7.
Leak in pool.
Repair pool.
Dirty Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor contacts
or faulty Flow Sensor.
Remove and clean Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor
contacts. Check Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor cable
for damage. See Section 6.5. Verify salinity with
Myron “L” meter calibrated for NaCl, titration test
units, or other salt meters. Please be aware that salt
test strips have a large variance in readings
(400 - 800 ppm).
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7.2 Service Codes
Code Number
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
120
Low current in forward direction to Cell
1. Clean cell if necessary (see Section 6.4)
2. Check DC Cord.
121
Low current in reverse direction to Cell
1. Clean cell if necessary (see Section 6.4)
2. Check DC Cord.
123
Extremely Low current to Cell
1. Clean or replace cell if necessary
(see Section 6.4)
2. Check DC Cord.
124
Higher than normal Current to Cell
Contact a pool professional.
125
Cell needs to be cleaned
Clean cell if necessary (see Section 6.4).
126
Low current in forward direction and VAC input voltage
below 100/200 VAC
Contact a pool professional.
127
Low current in reverse direction and VAC input voltage
below 100/200 VAC
Contact a pool professional.
144
Low Salinity (below 2.0 gpl)
Add salt to pool to achieve 3.0 gpl (see Section 4.7).
145
High Salinity (above 4.0 gpl)
Backwash filter if a DE filter is installed. Partially
drain pool and dilute with fresh water until salinity
returns to 3.0 to 3.5 gpl.
170
Possible Front board service condition or unit not
correctly wired to 120 VAC
Contact an authorized service representative.
171
Possible Backboard service condition
Contact an authorized service representative.
172
Flow Sensor service condition or flow sensor is
unplugged
Contact an authorized service representative.
173
Low VAC input voltage and on board power supply is
not regulated or unit not correctly wired.
Unit wired to improper AC voltage. Contact a pool
professional.
174
Pool Temperature is too high for operation of AquaPure
Flow/ Salinity Sensor indicates water temperature at
sensor above 108 F. Reduce water temperature.
175
Flow Sensor air lock condition or very low salinity
Verify proper Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor installation
(see Section 3, Figure 9). Check salinity with Myron
“L” meter calibrated for NaCl or test strips. Add salt
as necessary (see Sections 4.5 through 4.7).
Condition
Reason
EC
External Control
ORP unit or external controller has shut off chlorine
production
Lo
Low Temperature Cutoff
Temperature of Pool is < 50 Deg. F. Chlorine
production stopped
bo
Boost
In “Boost” mode unit will operate at 100%
production for 24 run time hours.
HH
High-High
Input has exceeded Maximum Range.
JA
AquaLink RS Online
AquaLink RS is controlling the AquaPure and
desired output percentages.
Jb
Boost (AquaLink RS Interface)
AquaLink RS is controlling the AquaPure and
“Boost” is active.
7.3 Additional Letter Codes
Code
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Section 8. Temperature Conversion
To display Celsius or Fahrenheit on the digital display.
Pool Temp.
- Boost Salinity
Rate
Rate
Salinity
or
1.
Press and hold button Pool Temp. -Boost- or D for 15 seconds (third
beep).
2.
Within 5 seconds, momentarily press Salinity or C to enter the
Fahrenheit/Celsius change mode.
3.
To toggle between Celsius and Fahrenheit, press Rate ↓ or Rate ↑,
or A or B.
4.
Confirm by momentarily pressing Salinity or C. The change will be
stored in permanent memory.
NOTE: The Boost mode will normally be activated if the Boost button D is depressed for 10 seconds. However, if
button D is held down an additional 5 seconds (for the third beep), the state of the Boost mode will not be
changed.
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Section 9. AP700 and AP1400 Exploded Views and Replacement Kits
9.1 AquaLink RS PureLink Power Center Replacement
Parts
Dwg.#
Kit #
Description
Qty.
1
R0447100
Front PCB, PureLink
Support Plate, Front PCB
Standoffs, Nylon
Screws
1
1
4
6
2
R0447200
Bezel Cover Plate, PureLink
Power Center
Bezel Support Plate, PureLink
Power Center
Battery Cover, PureLink
Power Center
Thumb Screws, Bezel Cover Plate
Screws, Bezel Support Plate
Screw, Battery Cover
1
Battery Door, PureLink Power
Center
Screw, Battery Cover
1
3
R0447300
1
1
2
2
1
1
4
R0447400
Screws, Front PCB, PureLink
Screws, Front PCB Support Plate
Standoffs, Nylon, Front PCB
Thumb Screws, Bezel Cover Plate
Screws, Bezel Support Plate
Screw, Battery Cover
4
2
4
2
2
1
5
R0447500
Wiring Harness, PureLink Back
PCB to DC Cord
1
6
N/A
Panel, Dead Front
1
1, 4
1, 4
2, 4
2
5
6
2, 4
2, 3
2, 3, 4
1
Figure 16a. AquaLink RS PureLink Power Center, 6614AP
1, 4
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1, 4
1, 4
2, 4
2
2, 4
6
2, 3
2, 3, 4
1
Figure 16b. AquaLink RS PureLink Power Center, 6613AP
1, 4
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9.2 3-Port Electrolytic Cell and Sensor
Replacement Parts with Universal Unions
(2”-2½”)
Dwg.
#
1
Kit #
Description
1, 2, 3
2
Qty.
1
R0452100
Universal Union/Tailpiece/
Plug, 3-Port Cell includes:
Nut, Union Universal
O-Ring, #2-231
Tailpiece, 2” X 2 ½”
Plug, Port CG Cell
1
3, 6
3
3
2
1
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3, 4
2
R0452200
O-Rings and Terminal
Adapter, 3-Port Cell includes:
O-Ring, #2-231
O-Ring, #2-106
Terminal Adapter
Screw, #6 X 1/2”
3
6
1
2
4
5
6
R0452300
R0452400
R0452500
SP3P
R0402800
7-Blade Cell, 3-Port Cell
14-Blade Cell, 3-Port Cell
Includes:
Cell Assy, APure
O-Ring, #2-231
DC 16Ft Power Cord, Blk
1
3
1
Port Sensor, 3-Port Cell
includes:
Sensor, Port CG Cell, 16’
O-Ring, #2-231
1
1
3-Port Spool Cleaning Kit
includes:
Spool, GC Cell, 3-Port
O-Ring, #2-231
Nut, Union Universal
Tailpiece, 2” X 2½”
Plug, Port CG Cell
1
4
3
2
2
16’ Cable DC
1
1
1
Figure 17.
3
1, 4
1
3-Port Electrolytic Cell and Sensor
Exploded View
5
Figure 18.
3-Port Spool Exploded View
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9.3 Electrolytic 2” Cell and Sensor
Replacement Parts (PVC Black Unions)
Dwg.
#
1
Kit #
Description
Qty.
1, 2
R0412400
R0412300
Cell, APURE700, w/ 16’ DC
Cable, 2” Threaded Union
Cell, APURE1400, w/ 16’ DC
Cable, 2” Threaded Union
1
1
1
3
4
2
R0402700
R0402800
8’ Cable, DC
16’ Cable, DC
1
1
3
R0412500
Union Nut, 2” PVC
1
4
R0412600
Union Half, Unthreaded,
2” PVC
1
5
5
4
5
R0412700
Union O-ring, 2”
1
6
R0403800
Flow Sensor w/ 16’ Cable
1
6
3
Figure 19.
2” PVC Union, Electrolytic Cell and DC
Cable
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Notes
LIMITED WARRANTY
Thank you for purchasing Jandy® pool and spa products. Jandy Pool Products, Inc. warrants all parts to be free
from manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of retail
purchase, with the following exceptions:
• AquaLink® RS units installed with Jandy® Surge Protection Kits will be covered for two years.
• NeverLube® valves are warranted for the life of pool and/or spa on which they were originally installed.
• AquaPureTM Electronic Chlorine Generator Electrolytic Cells carry a 5 year limited warranty on a prorated basis.
This warranty is limited to the first retail purchaser, is not transferable, and does not apply to products that have
been moved from their original installation sites. The liability of Jandy Pool Products, Inc. shall not exceed the
repair or replacement of defective parts and does not include any costs for labor to remove and reinstall the
defective part, transportation to or from the factory, and any other materials required to make the repair. This
warranty does not cover failures or malfunctions resulting from the following:
1. Failure to properly install, operate or maintain the product(s) in accordance with our published Installation,
Operation and Maintenance Manuals provided with the product(s).
2. The workmanship of any installer of the product(s).
3. Not maintaining a proper chemical balance in your pool and/or spa [pH level between 7.2 and 7.8, Total
Alkalinity (TA) between 80 to 120 ppm, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) less than 2000 not including salt ppm].
4. Abuse, alteration, accident, fire, flood, lightning, rodents, insects, negligence or acts of God.
5. Scaling, freezing, or other conditions causing inadequate water circulation.
6. Operating the product(s) at water flow rates outside the published minimum and maximum specifications.
7. Use of non-factory authorized parts or accessories in conjunction with the product(s).
8. Chemical contamination of combustion air or improper use of sanitizing chemicals, such as introducing
sanitizing chemicals upstream of the heater and cleaner hose or through the skimmer.
9. Overheating; incorrect wire runs; improper electrical supply; collateral damage caused by failure of O-Rings,
DE grids, or cartridge elements; or damage caused by running the pump with insufficient quantities of water.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:
This is the only warranty given by Jandy Pool Products, Inc. No one is authorized to make any other warranties
on behalf of Jandy Pool Products, Inc. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY. JANDY POOL PRODUCTS, INC. EXPRESSLY
DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ANY LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR
PUNITIVE DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary by state or province.
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WARRANTY CLAIMS:
For prompt warranty consideration, contact your dealer and provide the following information: proof of purchase,
model number, serial number and date of installation. The installer will contact the factory for instructions
regarding the claim and to determine the location of the nearest designated service center. If the dealer is not
available, you can locate a service center in your area by visiting www.jandy.com or by calling our technical
support department at (707) 776-8200 extension 260. All returned parts must have a Returned Material
Authorization number to be evaluated under the terms of this warranty.
Jandy Pool Products, Inc.
6000 Condor Drive • Moorpark, CA USA 93021 • 707.776.8200 • Fax 707.763.7785
Litho in U.S.A. © Jandy Pool Products, Inc. 0612
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