On time is determined by how far out from the set-point the actual reading is. Everything is set to operate within a 1 minute time span. Pool .1 10 seconds on, 50 seconds off .2 20 seconds on, 40 seconds off .3 30 seconds on, 30 seconds off .4 40 seconds on, 20 seconds off .5 50 seconds on, 10 seconds off SPA .1 2 seconds on, 58 seconds off .2 4 seconds on, 56 seconds off .3 6 seconds on, 54 seconds off .4 8 seconds on, 52 seconds off .5 10 seconds on, 50 seconds off Please remember that when starting out a pool or spa must have all chemical balanced before using this product. An independent pH measurement of pH should be measured, then calibrate the pH probe accordingly. How much water is in the pool? If it's a small body of water may want to select SPA over Pool.
Instructor: Dustin Denis Hayward Canada Technical Service Instructor: Stephen Reed Western Canada Sales/Technical Manager
Do not use the following types of salt -- they will stain the pool.
Iodized salt (table salt)
Salts with anti-caking agents (more than 1%)
yellow prussiate of soda
NOTE: As the anode coating is expensive many manufacturers choose to use cheaper coatings to reduce selling price. This has the effect of reducing performance and operational life of the electrode assembly and requires higher levels of salt causing further problems.
Area = (L x W) (R x R x 3.14) Gallons = area x average depth x 7.48 Liters = Gallons x 3.785 Salt Area = R x R x 3.14 Gallons = area x average depth x 7.48 Liters = Gallons x 3.785 Area = (A + B) x L x 0.45 Gallons = area x average depth x 7.48 Liters = Gallons x 3.785 Area = A x B x 3.14 Gallons = area x average depth x 7.48 Liters = Gallons x 3.785 Area = L x W Gallons = area x average depth x 7.48 Liters = Gallons x 3.785
These reactions tend to cause the pH of the pool to drift slightly higher. The hydroxide ions generated at the cathode are highly basic. This is countered by the chlorine reaction with water that generates hypochlorous acid (a weak acid) and hydrochloric acid (a strong acid).
Depending on the pH of the pool water, a varying amount of the hypochlorous acid will dissociate to form hypochlorite ions. While both forms act as a sanitizer for the pool, tests have shown that the hypochlorous acid is up to 10 times more effective than the same concentration of hypochlorite ions.
Installation (bottom view) Connect the cell cable into the front of the control box. Closing the door locks the cable into place Connect the flow switch cable into the "phone" connector located on the bottom of the control box Attach the bonding wire to the ground lug located on the bottom of the control box
Turbo Cell Maintenance TURN POWER OFF Turn off the filter pump and input power to control. DISCONNECT CELL CABLE Open cover and unplug the cell cable from the control REMOVE CELL FROM POOL PLUMBING Remove the cell from the pool plumbing by loosening both unions with your hands. Never tighten or loosen unions with tools. INSPECT CELL FOR CALCIUM DEPOSITS Inspect for white deposits on the plates inside of the cell and around studs. If no deposits are found (Fig. 4A), the cell does not require cleaning and can be re-installed. Reverse steps 1-3. 2
Turbo Cell Maintenance SPRAY CELL WITH HIGH PRESSURE Spray high pressure water from a garden hose into one end of the cell and then the other end. The cell deposits should now be removed, re-install by reversing steps 1-3. If the deposits cannot be removed by spraying, go to step 6.
Initial name is factory default name (Pool/Spa, Aux 1, etc.)
Name for each output is downloaded from Aqua Logic
+/- button to scroll thru names + blank (---)
> scrolls to next name
< scrolls to previous name
End of row 2, > causes row 2 & 3 to be displayed, etc.
Super chlorinate only available if chlorinator “enabled”
If super chlorinate is available, the factory default is the last button
Super chlorinate turns filter pump on and starts chlorination
If there are more positions than the buttons, the last
x number of positions are blank (---)
Soft Key buttons are inactive when programming
Soft Key Mapping Soft Key Set Mapping PS-8 Pool/Spa (PS) Group 1 Pool Filter (FP) Spa Light (LT) Group 2 Gas Heater (H1) Solar Valve (V3) Drain (V4) Spa Jets (A1) Group 3 Blower (A2) Cleaner (A3) Group 4 Group 1 (A4) Group 2 (A5) Superchlor (A6)
Sets of Soft Keys Group 1 Pool Filter (FP) Spa Light (LT) Group 2 Gas Heater (H1) Solar Valve (V3) Drain (V4) Spa Jets (A1) Group 3 Blower (A2) Cleaner (A3) Group 4 Group 1 (A4) Group 2 (A5) Superchlor (A6) Pool/Spa (PS)
O.R.P. is NOT an indication of sanitizer in the water and cannot be converted into a p.p.m. of chlorine equivalent.
(Although 650mv is often equated to 1 p.p.m. at a specific ph, stabilizer level, temperature and level of reducers.)
O.R.P. is the ratio of the difference between ALL oxidizers in the water relative to ALL reducers in the water. (residual vs. demand)
Oxidizers could be chlorine, bromine, ozone, potassium monopersulfate and/or hydrogen peroxide.
Reducers are virus', bacteria, algae, ammonia and nitrogen compounds, swimmer waste, phosphates, nitrates, soaps, deodorants & lotions.
Example if a pool has 10 ppm chlorine and 9 ppm of reducers, O.R.P. would be low despite a high level of chlorine. If that same pool has 10 ppm chlorine and 0 p.p.m. of reducers, O.R.P. would be high despite same level of chlorine.
Turn off heater, chemical feeders, pumps, and relieve filtration system pressure.
2. Select a convenient mounting location that will meet the following: A. Allows a combined input and output tubing run of 30’ max. B. Near pool equipment, minimum 5’ from pool C. Easily accessible to pool/spa operator 3. Securely mount flow cell to a vertical wall.
Drill and tap ¼” NPT port at a location down-stream of the filter, but
up-stream from any chemical injection point.
5. Install tubing connector and run flex tubing to the flow cell input port. 6. Drill and tap ¼” NPT port at a location subject to vacuum or reduced pressure 7. Install tubing connector and run flex tubing to the flow cell output port. 8. Cut a 3” length of flex tubing and insert into the sample stream port. 9. Remove pH and ORP sensors from the plastic storage bottles and save bottles and storage fluid for future use (winterization). Thread sensors into flow cell.
Connect the pH and ORP cables to the controller as labeled. Due to their
specialized material, NEVER cut or splice sensor cables.
Chemistry Configuration Wizard (example) “ +” to access Wizard “ +“ or “-” to toggle between Disabled (default ) & Enabled Adjustable from 7.1 (low) to 7.9 (high) Adjustable from 550mV to 850mV “ +“ or “-” to toggle between AUTO & OFF “ +“ or “-” to toggle between AUTO, Timed Feed, & OFF Chemistry Configuration + to enter Sensing System: Disabled (+/-) pH reduction Control AUTO sensing (+/-) Chlorine Feed ORP AUTO sensing (+/-) pH Alarm: 7.2 ppm (+/-) ORP Alarm: 700mV (+/-)