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•Read this notice carefully before installing, maintaining or repairing this appliance!
•The symbol
indicates important information that you must take into account to avoid the risk
of damage to persons or the appliance.
•The symbol
symbolindicates useful information as an indication.
Warning
•As part of a continuous improvement process our products may be modified without prior notice.
•Exclusive use: pool water chlorine regulation system (not to be used for any other purpose).
•The appliance must be installed by a qualified technician, in compliance with the manufacturer’s
instructions and in compliance with current local standards. The installer is responsible for the
installation of the appliance and compliance with local regulations in matters of installation. Under
no circumstances can the manufacturer be held liable in the event that applicable local installation
standards are not respected.
•It is important that this appliance be handled by skilled and apt persons (physically and mentally)
having received the instructions for use beforehand (by reading these instructions). All persons not
meeting these criteria must not approach the appliance in order to avoid exposure to dangerous
elements.
•If the appliance suffers a malfunction: do not try to repair the appliance yourself, contact your
installer.
•Before working on the appliance, make sure it is powered off and that all equipment connected to
it is powered off.
•Before any connections, make sure that the voltage indicated on the plate on the appliance
corresponds to the mains voltage.
•Eliminating or shunting any safety devices automatically voids the warranty, as does the replacement
of parts using parts not originating from our warehouses.
•Incorrect installation may cause damage to property or serious injuries (possibly causing death),
•Keep the appliance out of the reach of children.
•Use liquid chlorine specific for use in private pools.
•The Redox sensor is fragile, it must be handled with care.
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Contents
1. Information before installing ......................................................................................................... 3
1.1 General delivery terms and conditions ............................................................................................... 3
1.2 Contents......................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Technical specifications............................................................................................................................. 3
2. Installation.................................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1 Preparing the pool ..................................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 Hydraulic connections ............................................................................................................................... 4
2.3 Electric connections ................................................................................................................................... 5
3. Use...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.1 Control box presentation ......................................................................................................................... 5
3.2 Checks before commissioning ................................................................................................................ 6
3.3 Calibrating the sensor ............................................................................................................................... 6
3.4 Priming the peristaltic pump .................................................................................................................. 6
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3.5 «Boost» Mode ............................................................................................................................................. 6
3.6 Settings........................................................................................................................................................... 6
4. Maintenance............................................................................................................................................... 8
4.1 Changing the peristaltic tube................................................................................................................... 8
4.2 Wintering....................................................................................................................................................... 9
5. Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................................ 9
5.1 Displays.......................................................................................................................................................... 9
5.2 Appliance malfunctions............................................................................................................................. 9
6. Registering the product .................................................................................................................... 10
Are available in the appendices at the end of these instructions:
• Electric Diagram
• Description
• Size
• EC Declaration of compliance
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1. Information before installing
1.1 General delivery terms and conditions
All equipment, even postage and packing paid, travels at the risks and perils of the recipient. The latter must make
written reserves on the transporter’s delivery documents if damage during transport is discovered (confirmed by
registered letter to the transporter within 48 hours).
1.2 Contents
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1.3 Technical specifications
Power supply voltage
Electric output
230Vac-50Hz
9W
Protection index
Maximum peristaltic pump flow
Maximum counter pressure at the injection point
Redox sensor tolerance
Measurement scale
Redox sensor response time
IP65
1.5L/hr
1.5 bar
5 bar / 60 °C / maximum speed 2m/s
0 - 1 000 mV (±10 mV)
< 15 seconds
2. Installation
2.1 Preparing the pool
2.1.1 Water balance
It is essential that the pool water balance is controlled and adjusted before installing the appliance. Making sure pool
water balance is correct from the start will reduce the likelihood of problems occurring during the first days of operation
or during the pool usage season.
Even if it is an automatic regulation system, it is essential to carry out regular water analyses to check the water
balance parameters.
Unit
Recommended
values
To increase
To lower
Test frequency
(during the season)
pH
/
7.2 – 7.4
Use pH+ or a pH
regulation
Use pH- or a pH
regulation
Weekly
Free Chlorine
mg/L or ppm
0.5 – 2
Lower the Redox set
point
Weekly
°f (ppm)
8 – 15
(80 – 150)
Add hydrochloric acid
Monthly
°f (ppm)
10 – 30
(100 – 300)
Add a scale sequestrant
(Calci-) or carry out
decarbonation
Monthly
TAC
(alkalinity or
buffer power)
HL
(hardness
level)
3
Increase the Redox
set point or use the
«Boost» Mode
Add alkalinity
corrector
(Alca+ or TAC+)
Add calcium
chloride
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Cyanuric acid
(stabiliser)
Metals
(Cu, Fe, Mn…)
Unit
Recommended
values
To increase
mg/L or ppm
< 30
/
mg/L or ppm
±0
/
To lower
Partially empty the pool and
refill it
Add a metal fixer (Metal
Free)
Test frequency
(during the season)
Quarterly
Quarterly
2.1.2 Appliance injection programme
Example of 4 injection cycles with a set point at 650 mV:
• Redox ≥ 580 mV: 20% injection (2’’) & 80% pause (8’’)
• Redox ≥ 510 mV: 50% injection (5’) & 50 % pause (5’)
• Redox ≥ 530 mV: 75% injection (7’30’’) & 25% pause (2’30’’)
• Redox < 530 mV: 100% injection (10 minutes)
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This proportional injection is cyclic and the cycle duration is 10 minutes. What changes the doses is the distribution of injection times and pauses. The proportionality automatically adjusts and the balancing between the
different doses is made using 70 mV steps.
The appliance uses measurements of the disinfectant capacity of the water (= potential Redox) to determine whether
chlorine should be injected or not. However, 2 parameters have a significant influence on the potential Redox:
--water pH: ideally it should be between 7.2 and 7.4.
--the level of chlorine stabiliser in the water (= cyanuric acid): do not exceed 30 mg/L, otherwise the potential Redox will
be significantly reduced (and the set point will need adjusting accordingly).
Charts showing the influence of pH and stabiliser on the potential Redox (indicative values):
2.2 Hydraulic connections
2.2.1 Sensor location
• The Redox sensor must be placed after the filter and before the heating system,
• It must be placed vertically or sloping at a maximum of 45°, it should never point downwards.
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• The Redox sensor must be installed at more than 30 cm in front or after a piping bend. Use the optional POD kit
if necessary. Failing to follow this positioning can lead to incorrect or unstable measurements.
• The tip of the Redox sensor must not be in contact with the pipe.
• Never install a Redox sensor before the filtering pump or between the pump and the filter. This would cause
random readings and a shortened service life.
2.2.2 Injection point location
• Injection must be the last element on the pool circuit, before a pH corrector injection and after the heating system.
2.2.3 Sensor and injection point installation
• There must be at least 0.6 metres between the sensor and the injection point. If this is not possible, use the POD kit
available as an option or a check valve.
• Fixture collars (or the POD kit) must be installed on rigid Ø50 PVC pipes. A Ø63 adapter is available as an option.
• The POD kit is recommended if a pH regulation has also been installed.
• Maximum pressure must not exceed 1.5 bar.
• Drill a hole with a diameter between 16 and 22 mm on the pipe at the selected locations for the pH sensor and the
injection point.
• Then install the fixture collars.
• Use Teflon tape to make sure the threads on the sensor holder, the injection valve and its adapter are watertight.
2.3 Electric connections
• Install the control box on a rigid, vertical surface in an easy to access location using the supplied fixture kit.
• Connect the power supply cable to a 230Vac mains outlet.
• Connected the bared wire to couple the filtering pump to the filtering pump 230Vac contactor using a relay to avoid any
voltage returns when the pump is stopped.
Only power on the appliance once all connections (electric and hydraulic) are complete.
3. Use
3.1 Control box presentation
Activating the sensor calibration mode (press for 5 seconds)
Validate a choice in the «Settings» menu
Cancel the «OFA» over feed safety system
View the set point value (press for 5 seconds)
Exit the «Settings» menu
Scroll up or down through the «Settings» menu
Activate the «Priming» function (press the top button for a long time)
Activate «Boost» mode (press both buttons at the same time)
0-1
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General switch to power the appliance on and off
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Thanks to its double electrical supply, the appliance is always powered on, even if filtering is stopped, making it
possible to view the water disinfectant capacity (potential Redox) at all times. The sensor can also be calibrated
when filtering is stopped.
The appliance can be powered off at all times using the 0-1 switch on the side of the appliance.
3.2 Checks before commissioning
• The suction tube must be immersed in the disinfectant product container with the suction cane and is connected to the
peristaltic pump (left side).
• The injection tube is connected on one side to the peristaltic pump (right side) and on the other side to the pool
discharge pipe via the injection valve.
• The peristaltic pump cover must be refitted using its fixture screw.
3.3 Calibrating the sensor
For the appliance to operate accurately and reliably, the Redox sensor must be calibrated regularly (on installation, on re commissioning after wintering, and every 2 months when in use).
• Rinse the tip of the Redox sensor with clean water.
• Shake it to remove excess water.
Don’t wipe the sensor or touch its tip!
• Plunge the sensor into the bottle of 465 mV buffer solution.
• Press
the
button
for
5
seconds
until
is
displayed,
then
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,
• Press
, the progress bar is displayed:
,
• After about 30 seconds the Redox sensor reliability appears as a percentage. If the value is above 25% press
to
complete the calibration, otherwise power off the appliance using the 0-1 button, change the buffer solution and/or the
Redox sensor and start the calibration again.
• Rinse the tip of the Redox sensor with clean water.
• Shake it to remove excess water.
• Fit the sensor back onto its holder.
3.4 Priming the peristaltic pump
The peristaltic pump is self priming. However, it can be run manually by pressing
run to inject corrector product as long as the key is kept pressed down.
. The peristaltic pump will then
3.5 «Boost» Mode
This appliance is fitted with a function to quickly increase the pool’s free chlorine level (in the event of stormy weather or
a high number of bathers, etc.). The «Boost» mode duration is set to 10 minutes by default.
When the appliance is powered on, press
When «Boost» mode is active the
and
at the same time for 5 seconds to activate «Boost» mode.
screen is displayed with the remaining time.
3.6 Settings
3.6.1 «Settings» menu
Menu
Language
Set point
«Boost» mode duration
«OFA» overdose safety system
Calibration
Filtering operation detection
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Default Settings
French
650 mV
10 minutes
4 hours
Activated «On»
Activated «On»
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• Press
and
at the same time for 5 seconds when the appliance is powered on:
• To exit from this menu press
:
• Select «Yes» or «No» using the
• Validate by pressing
and
keys,
.
3.6.2 Language Menu
The interface has six available languages:
• EN = English,
• FR = French,
• ES = Spanish,
• DE = German,
• IT = Italian,
• NL = Dutch.
3.6.3 «Set Point» Menu
It is used to adjust the set point.
2 methods:
• see §3.5.1.
Or:
• Press
when the appliance is running:
• Keep
pressed and adjust the set point using
,
and
.
• Release the
key to exit.
3.6.4 «Boost» Menu
This is used to set the «Boost» mode time.
By default «Boost» mode is set to 10 minutes (which corresponds to 250 mL of injected corrector product).
Do not set «Boost» mode to a high time (> 10 minutes) if the pool volume is small (< 40 m³).
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3.6.5 «OFA Time» Menu
The appliance is fitted with a safety mechanism to avoid all risks of correction product overdoses if a problem occurs with
the sensor for example. This safety mechanism, which is called «OFA» (=Over Feed Alarm), pauses the appliance if it has
not reached the set point within a given time limit. A high value is strongly recommended to avoid any unplanned and/or
unjustified triggering (a setting in excess of 4 hours is suitable for large pools and/or highly used pools).
The over feed safety operates in two main steps:
•
flashes after 70% of the programmed time without having reached the set point
•
displays when the time is up. The appliance then switches to safety mode.
If filtering stops and restarts (=daily cycles) while the appliance is in «Stop OFA» status, the appliance will activate an «OFA
Test» mode for 1 hour to make sure the measurement from the sensor is correct.
On completion of this «OFA Test» mode:
-- if the set point has been reached = the appliance remains in normal mode
-- if the set point has not been reached: the appliance switches to «OFA Alarm» mode with an injection of corrector
product.
-- if the set point has still not been reached after the «OFA Alarm» mode is complete (=25% of total OFA set time), the
appliance switches to «OFA Stop» safety mode and will remain in this state until a human intervention.
To acquit this safety measure and restart the appliance, press the
and calibrated.
. key. First make sure the sensor is in good condition
Special over feed safety function:
In order to prevent false alarms just after the appliance is installed, the over feed safety can be deactivated for 24 or 48
hours:
• Press
,
and
at the same time to deactivate the safety system for 24 hours
• Press
,
and
at the same time to deactivate the safety system for 48 hours
3.6.6 «Calibration» Menu
This function can be removed (we advise strongly against this, except in the case of pools with a maintenance contract).
3.6.7 «Filtering» Menu
This appliance is fitted with a double electric power supply making it possible to keep the appliance switched on to carry
out Redox sensor calibration when filtering is not operational. This function can however, be deactivated in the case of a
different electrical connection (only carried out by a professional).
The appliance will no longer take filtering status into consideration and may inject corrector product when
there is no flow in the piping. This deactivation is only valid if the mains power cable is coupled to the filtering.
3.6.8 Resetting the appliance
All the factory settings can be restored.
• Turn off the appliance
• Turn the appliance back on while pressing
and
• Select «Yes» or «No» using the
keys, then validate by pressing
and
at the same time:
.
4. Maintenance
4.1 Changing the peristaltic tube
• Remove the peristaltic pump cover,
• Place the roller holder at «10:20» by turning it clockwise,
• Completely free the left fitting by keeping it stretched
towards the outside,
• Then turn the roller holder clockwise to free the tube up
to the right fitting.
• Make sure the roller holder is in the 10:20 position.
• Insert the left fitting of the new peristaltic tube in its housing.
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• Then pass the tube into the roller holder guide.
• Turn the roller holder clockwise and accompany the tube up to the right fitting.
• Refit the peristaltic pump cover.
4.2 Wintering
• During wintering it is recommended to rinse the peristaltic tube using clean water by carrying out
manual priming (see §3.4).
• Then place the roller holder at 6 o’clock to facilitate restarting.
• Remove the Redox sensor from its holder and store it in its original bottle, or in a container full of
tap water.
• Close off the sensor holder if necessary.
Always keep the sensor in water and protected from freezing.
5. Troubleshooting
5.1 Displays
Message
«Level»
«OFA Alarm»
«OFA Stop»
«OFA Check»
«Flow»
«Error»
«Error
Parameter»
Possible causes
• Protector product container
empty
• Floater blocked
• Level sensor short circuited.
First step in the over feed safety
system activated (time > 75%)
Solutions
• Replace the corrector product container
• Check that the white floater on the suction cane is in working
order
• Change the suction cane
• Press
to stop the alarm
• Check the sensor and/or the pool chlorine level
Second step in the over feed safety
system activated (time = 100%)
• Press
to stop the alarm
• Check the sensor and/or the pool chlorine level
Redox sensor measurement test • Wait for the end of the procedure (1 hour) then check the
when the «OFA Stop» was activated
sensor and/or the pool chlorine level.
during a previous filtering cycle.
• Filtering stopped
• Start and/or check the filtering
• Incorrect connection
• Check the electric connections
• Used Buffer solution(s)
• Replace the buffer solution(s)
• Clean the Redox sensor using a 10% HCl solution
• Redox sensor dirty
• Defective Redox sensor
• Replace the Redox sensor
Setting error
• Press
to cancel the fault
• Replace the electronic card
5.2 Appliance malfunctions
Malfunction
The appliance
always shows a value close to 0mV
Possible causes
Cable problem and/or
connector problem
The appliance
always shows
an unsuitable or
constantly unstable
value
• The Redox sensor connection
cable is damaged
• The Redox sensor is worn
• The Redox sensor cable is too
close to an electric cable causing disturbances
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BNC
Solutions
• Check that the connection between the sensor and the
control box is not short circuited (between the cable’s
central core and the external shielding)
• Check that there is no humidity and/or condensation at
the BNC connector level
• Check the cable and/or the BNC connector
• Reduce the distance between the appliance and the sensor
• Replace the Redox sensor
• Place the sensor in a more suitable location (see §2.2.1)
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Malfunction
Calibration
impossible
(error message)
or
Redox sensor
reliability < 25%
Possible causes
• Buffer solution defective
• The sensor is dirty or defective
• The sensor is worn
Slow Redox sensor
response
The free chlorine
level is too low
(murky water)
Redox sensor is electrostatically
charged
• Water balance is incorrect (High
pH, etc.)
• The Redox set point is too low
• The daily filtering time is too
short
The free chlorine
level is too high
• The water balance is incorrect
(Low pH, etc.)
• The Redox set point is too high
Solutions
• Check that the solution used is 465mV
• Use new buffer solution
• Begin calibration again
• Check the condition of the sensor tip
• Check the porosity of the sensor
• Clean the sensor by leaving its extremity in a 10% solution
of hydrochloric acid
• Replace the sensor
The sensor must not be wiped using a cloth or paper, shake
it gently
• Check and correct the water balance parameters (see
§2.1.1).
• Use the «Boost» mode
• Make sure the set point is above 650mV
• The daily filtering time must be at least 12 hours per day
during the season
• Check and correct the water balance parameters (see
§2.1.1)
• Make sure the set point is not too high
• Power off the appliance
6. Registering the product
EN
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Schéma de raccordement électrique / Electric diagram / Elektrisches
Anschlussschema / Elektrisch aansluitschema / Esquema de conexiones eléctricas
/ Esquema de ligações eléctricas / Schema di collegamento elettrico
Dimensions / Dimensions / Maße/ Afmetingen / Dimensiones / Dimensões /
Dimensioni
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Description / Description / Beschreibung/ Beschrijving / Descripción / Descrição
/ Descrizione
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Français
Pompe péristaltique
Interrupteur général
Prise BNC de connexion de la sonde
Redox
Presse-étoupe pour le câble d’asservissement direct à la filtration
Raccord pour tube d’aspiration
Raccord pour tube d’injection
Presse-étoupe pour le câble de la
canne d’aspiration
Presse-étoupe pour le câble d’alimentation 230Vac/50Hz
Nederlands
English
Peristaltic pump
Main switch
BNC connector socket for Redox
sensor
Cable gland for direct coupling with
filtering system
Connector for suction tube
Connector for injection/release tube
Gland for suction cane cable
Gland for 230Vac/50Hz power supply
cable
Español
Português
Deutsch
Peristaltische Pumpe
Gesamtschalter
BNC Anschluss der Redox Sonde
Kabeldurchführung für das direkte
Regelungskabel der Filterung
Anschluss für das Saugrohr
Anschluss für das Injektionsrohr
Kabeldurchführung für das Kabel
des Saugstocks
Kabeldurchführung für das
230Vac/50Hz Stromkabel
Italiano
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Peristaltische pomp
Bomba peristáltica
Bomba peristáltica
Pompa peristaltica
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Hoofdschakelaar
BNC-aansluiting voor de
Redox-sonde
Pakkingbus voor de rechtstreekse aansluitkabel van de filtering
Passtuk voor de aanzuigbuis
Passtuk voor de injectiebuis
Pakkingbus voor de kabel van de zuighengel
Pakkingbus voor de voedingskabel 230Vac/50Hz
Interruptor general
Toma de conexión BNC para
conectar la sonda Redox
Prensaestopas para el cable
de conexión directa al
contactor de la filtración
Racor para el tubo de aspiración
Racor para el tubo de inyección
Prensaestopas para el cable
de la cánula de aspiración
Prensaestopas para el
cable de alimentación
230Vac/50Hz
Interruptor geral
Conetor BNC da sonda
Redox
Empanque para o cabo
de alimentação direta à
filtragem
Ligação para o tubo de
aspiração
Ligação para o tubo de
injecção
Empanque para o cabo da
cana de aspiração
Empanque para o cabo de
alimentação 230Vac/50Hz
Interruttore generale
Presa BNC di collegamento
della sonda Redox
Premistoppa per il cavo
d’asservimento diretto alla
filtrazione
Raccordo per tubo d’aspirazione
Raccordo per tubo d’iniezione
Premistoppa per il cavo
della canna d’aspirazione
Premistoppa per il
cavo d’alimentazione
230Vac/50Hz
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