INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS POOL LITE

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS POOL LITE
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FUTURE REFERENCE.
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ATTACHED TO THE FIXTURE FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE.
POOL LITE LUMINAIRES Tested and Approved to IP68 & BSEN60598
POOL LITE LUMINAIRES
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST NOT CONTRAVENE YOUR LOCAL ELECTRICAL
AUTHORITY REGULATIONS, WITH WHICH ALL INSTALLATIONS HERE IN MUST COMPLY.
PLEASE KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
NOTE: THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST NOT CONTRAVENE YOUR LOCAL
ELECTRICAL AUTHORITY REGULATIONS, WITH WHICH ALL INSTALLATIONS HERE IN
MUST COMPLY. PLEASE KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Warning - Do not carry this fixture by the cable!
1) Fibre Glass Swimming Pools - Cut an 85mm hole in the pool wall at the desired level.
Mount the canister in the hole, use an appropriate sealant that will bond to fibre glass
and the PVC canister (the pool wall can be up to 20mm thick) and fix the canister in
place by the securing nut provided.
2) Existing Concrete Pools - Cut an 85mm hole in the concrete wall. Apply epoxy around
the hole and fix the canister by the three mounting holes in the flange using stainless steel
screws provided. The canister flange is then seated on the surface of the pool wall and
when the luminaire is in place the flange of the luminaire hides the canister flange.
3) New Concrete Pools - Apply PVC cement to the PVC canister and roll it in sand,
this creates a key for the plaster/cement to adhere to the canister. Use the holes in
the securing nut to wire the PVC canister to the metal reinforcing. The canister is then
plastered/concreted into position completely encapsulating the PVC canister on all
sides except the opening where the luminaires fits into. The flange should then be flush
with the wall of the pool. The design of the PVC canister allows tiles to be laid over the
canister flange and the stainless steel luminaires will fit flush against the tiles.
Electrical Connection - A 20mm ridgid conduit is inserted into the conduit entry at the
rear of the mounting canister using PVC solvent cement to make a water tight joint.
As the luminaire is inserted into the canister water is pushed up the conduit, the cable
connection is to be terminated above the water level to stop water getting into the
junction point. A transformer with fuse protection (not thermal protection) on the extra
low voltage output side should be used (the HUNZA™ Wall Mount Pool series is
recommended). Refer to your Local Electrical Authority Regulations regarding a fuse
on the output of the transformer, and details of pool zone installation regulations.
Earthing Refer to your Local Electrical Authority re earthing and install accordingly.
Warning - Do not operate luminaire when pool is empty. Heat may damage the PVC
mounting canister.
Warning - Do not carry this fixture by the cable!
BSEN60598
In accordance with BSEN60598 this luminaire has been graded as Class 3 for
protection against electric shock and has internal circuits that operate on voltage not
exceeding 12 volts.
This luminaire is suitable for mounting only on non-combustible surfaces.
Replace lens immediately if cracked.
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© 2011 Copyright Hunza Holdings Ltd
ATTENTION: 316 Stainless Steel Properties
Please read the following carefully, this is to bring to your attention to a number of
important points pertaining to the properties of 316 stainless steel.
1). 316 Stainless is suitable for use in water with a level of Chlorine (which is dissolved
gas in water) of up to 3 parts per million. The chlorine is there to inhibit biological build up
in the water.
2). 316 Stainless is suitable for use in water with a level of chloride of up to 1000 parts
per million and a pH level of 7.
3). The corrosion factor may double for each 10 degrees of water temperature increase.
4). In the first week after the pool is filled the chemical concentration is often increased to
over five times normal level. After the first week the chemicals are allowed to return to
normal levels. Therefore corrosion of the luminaire is likely to be severe during this
period. This can be averted by removing the luminaire from its mounting canister and
placing it out of the water until the chemical level returns to normal.
5). If corrosion occurs and it is not severe the staining may be removed with fresh water
and detergent, if the detergent does not remove the staining then a product such as
Jenolite can be used. Jenolite is a phosphoric acid solution and should be used with
caution! The manufacturers recommendations must be followed carefully.
6). If you are not certain that the chemical level will remain below the specified levels
stated above after the initial set up period an electropolished version is available.
Electropolishing may increase the corrosion resistance of the luminaire by 33%.
LAMP CHANGING
CAUTION – Make sure that the power to the luminaire is switched off before attempting to
change the lamp. Beware of hot luminaire and lamp. Make absolutely sure when
changing lamps that the correct wattage lamp is installed. Incorrect wattage lamps
may cause the transformer to overload.
Maximum 50 watt MR16 lamp should be used for this luminaire. Only use open-faced
lamps, NOT glass covered lamps, as glass covered lamps may cause the luminaire to
leak. It is recommended that high quality lamps be used when replacing lamps. Do not
over tighten flange as this will make removal difficult and may cause lamp to break.
Lamp Changing Sequence
1) Unscrew the flange, remove gasket and lens.
2) Pull lamp forward until the ceramic lamp holder appears
3) Hold lamp holder in one hand and remove the lamp with the other hand very carefully.
Do not touch the glass capsule in the middle of the reflector when pushing the lamp
back into the ceramic lamp holder.
4) Place the lens on top of lamp and put orange gasket on top of lens. Screw on flange.
When replacing gasket and lens, make sure there is no dirt or grit on the gasket. Dirt
or grit on the gasket may cause luminaire to leak.
Brannagan Print INST 10
Rev 15-06-11
Ptd 09-11-11
© 2011 Copyright Hunza Holdings Ltd
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