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  • Check between yellow and yellow for 24VAC
  • WHITE, RED, BLACK top to bottom
  • 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.
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    • 1.                                                                                                                    
    • 2. Instructor: Dustin Denis Hayward Canada Technical Service Instructor: Stephen Reed Western Canada Sales/Technical Manager
    • 3. Wuxi, China
    • 4.  
    • 5.  
    • 6. Sanitation & Controls GOLDLINE CONTROLS HAYWARD POOL PRODUCTS 2008
    • 7. AquaRite ™ Training 2011 It’s amazing what a little salt can do to enhance the pool experience
    • 8. Contents
      • History & Expectations
      • Features & Benefits
      • Chemistry & Electrolytic Chlorination
      • Installation Requirements & Considerations
      • Operation & Maintenance
      • Troubleshooting
      • Compatible Pool Equipment
      • Reasonable Expectations
    • 9. History
      • 1883 Technology discovered
      • 1890 First commercial use
      • 1908 New Jersey Utility 1 st to use in U.S. for water
      • 1970 ’ s technology patented for swimming pools
      • 1975 Goldline Controls founded
      • 1983 Maine bleach manufacturer uses technology
      • 1994 Produced First Chlorine Generator
      • 1995 Less Than 1% of US Pools … some false starts
      • 2002 Over 30% of new pools in N.America
      • 2005 Over 70% of new pools in N.America
      • 2006 Over 75% Market Share
      • 2008 Standard on over 90% of new pools
    • 10. Expectations
      • Pool Owner needs educating
        • Level of salt in salt/chlorine generated pool = 3200 ppm
        • Level of salt in the ocean (salt water) = 40 000 ppm
      • Salespeople need not overstate the facts
        • Not 100% maintenance free
        • Compatibility issues with some pool equipment
        • Chemistry Balance is still very important
        • Will not reduce ALL use of chemicals
        • Is not a chlorine alternative – It is Chlorine!!!
      • Pool Builders need training
      • Service techs need troubleshooting training
    • 11. Benefits of Salt/Chlorine Generation Making your swimming pool easy
      • Chlorine is automatically generated when the pump is running
      • Easy to use and adjust – one dial adjusts chlorine output
      • No need to remember to add chlorine - Automatic
      • No more buying, storing, mixing and handling of chlorine
      • No chlorine packaging or transporting costs
      • Salt only has to be added a few times a year
      • Easy to integrate with automation
      • Continuous application of chlorine means the pool is always ready
      • Super Chlorinate without handling any chemicals
      • Manufacturing a more neutral sanitizer – less affect on balancing
      • Pays for Itself in less than three years
      • Low electrical operating costs 150 watts
    • 12. Benefits of Salt/Chlorine Generation Making your swimming pool water better
      • Bacteria and algae never have chance to grow
      • Crystal clear water
      • Soft silky smooth water
      • Slight anti-septic action
      • Water has same salinity and pH as the human eye
      • No chloramine odour or itch
      • No irritated red eyes or dry skin
      • Eliminates chlorine high and lows
      • Reduces algae blooms
      • Reduces pH bounce because of its neutrality
      • No by-products other than salt
    • 13. AquaRite Products
        • Aqua Rite ®
        • Aqua Rite ® XL
        • AquaRite ® 20
        • Aqua Trol ® RJ
    • 14.
          • 120v ONLY
          • Retail Box
          • Includes plug,unions, and
          • Flow switch
          • Also includes 10ft bonding cable
    • 15. T-Cell-15, Flow Switch & TEE, T-Cell Unions
    • 16. T-CELL-15 T-CELL-9 T-CELL-3 GLX-CELL-5
    • 17. Electronic Components Transformer Rectifiers Electrical Fuse
    • 18. CHEMISTRY 90% of equipment failure is a direct result of unbalanced water.
    • 19. REQUIREMENTS FOR A CRYSTAL CLEAR POOL
      • GOOD CHEMISTRY
      • GOOD FILTRATION
      • GOOD CIRCULATION
    • 20. CHLORINE/BROMINE
      • TOO LOW
        • Cloudy water
        • Algae growth – Filtration clog
      • TOO HIGH
        • Sanitizer damage to equipment
        • Liner bleach
        • Irritate skin & eyes
      • Ineffective chlorine:
        • Complaint: Chlorine is at 3 ppm and algae is growing
        • Possible Cause: 3 ppm @ 8.4 pH = 0.6 ppm @ 7.4 pH
        • Solution: Reduce pH
    • 21. pH
      • TOO LOW (ACIDIC)
        • Irritate eyes & skin
        • Damages liner
        • Damages equipment – exchanger & seals
        • Chlorine inefficiency - overactive
      • TOO HIGH (BASIC)
        • Chlorine inefficiency – not active
        • Scaling – damages equipment
        • Cloudy Water
        • Liner stretch
      Note: pH is changed by swimmers, rain, algae, chemicals, fill water
    • 22. TOTAL ALKALINITY MOST IMPORTANT TEST
      • TOO LOW
        • Drags pH down (bounce)
        • Damages equipment
        • Damages liner
      • TOO HIGH
        • Pulls pH up (bounce)
        • Algae growth
        • Cloudy water
      *Remember to factor stabilizer factor to T.A. reading
    • 23. CALCIUM HARDNESS
      • TOO LOW
        • Pull Calcium deck or foundation
        • Pit concrete pools
      • TOO HIGH
        • Calcium deposits in piping
        • Clogs equipment
        • Calcium deposits on pool
      Note: Satisfies pool water’s appetite for minerals
    • 24. STABILIZER (cyanuric acid or cya)
      • TOO LOW
        • The sun pulls the chlorine out of the pool very quickly
      • TOO HIGH
        • Chlorine is held in pool too long
        • Some metals may precipitate
        • T.A. 1/3 factor
        • O.R.P. reading fluctuations
        • Health Inspector concerns
      Outdoor chlorine pools only
    • 25. Stabilizer – slide needs updating
      • Salt and stabilizer levels tend to drop together
      • If you have to add salt then you will have to add stabilizer
      Pounds of Stabilizer (Cyanuric Acid) for 80 ppm
    • 26. Total Dissolved Solids T.D.S.
      • Increased TDS because of salt is of no concern
      • T.D.S. < 1000 ppm
        • TDS from high bather load - bad
        • TDS from heavy chemical use - bad
    • 27. Temperature
      • Temperature is a main factor in determining conductivity (salinity level)
      • Achieve desired temperature before adjusting salt level
    • 28.
      • Phosphates (PO4) should be as close 0 ppb as possible
        • Food for algae
        • Tap water, fertilizers, plant material
        • Introduced by bathers, pets, wind & rain
      • Nitrates (NO3) should be 0 ppb
        • Food for algae
        • Increases chlorine demand
        • Fertilizer and Lawn chemicals
      Phosphates & Nitrates
    • 29. Basic Pool Chemistry Hayward/Goldline recommends the following levels… Free Available Chlorine Bromine 2.0 ppm 4.0 ppm pH 7.5 Total Alkalinity (TA) 80 ppm (to combat pH drift) Calcium Hardness 240 ppm (plaster/pebble) 200 ppm (vinyl/fiberglass) Stabilizer (Cyanuric Acid) 30 ppm Saturation Index - 2.0 - 2.0 Salt T.D.S. 3200 ppm < 1000 ppm Metals Nitrates Phosphates 0 0 0
    • 30. SALT (Sodium Chloride NaCl)
      • Acceptable types of salt 99% NaCl
          • Water softener salt
          • “ Solar” salt
          • Food grade salt
          • Potassium Chloride – KCl (need 17% more, $$)
      • 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
            • sodium ferrocyanide
          • Rock salt
      • 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.
    • 31. Adding Salt to the Pool
      • New pools (plaster) Wait 30 days for to cure.
      • New Pools (vinyl) balance water before adding salt – remove metal
      • Read owner’s manual for recommended salt levels
      • Calculate the size of the pool in gallons
      • Measure existing salt in pool—years of chlorine use or some municipal water can result in significant residual of salt
      • Initially, keep 1-2 bags in reserve
          • It’s a lot easier to add salt later
          • If too much salt, need to partially drain & refill pool
      • Distribute evenly around pool and brush salt to help dissolve
      • Do not let salt sit at bottom of pool
      • Salt water is heavier than fresh water
          • Run filter pump for 24 hours to mix
          • Pull from the main drain (or vacuum)
      • Takes 24 hours to get accurate salt reading if system has built in digital salt display
    • 32. Replenishing Salt
      • Salt only leaves the pools through…
        • Splash out
        • Backwashing
      • If you need to add salt, you likely need to add stabilizer also
    • 33. Amount of Salt to Add to the Pool (typical chart shown, see product owner’s manual for specific amounts)
    • 34.
      • How to determine Pool Capacity
      •   
            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 
      • Always test salt and stabilizer
        • Especially on existing pools
        • Even on new pools
        • 1 lb of stabilizer for every 50 lb of salt
    • 35. Salt Testing
      • Measure existing salt in pool
        • Salt strips (not recommended)
          • Storage, resolution and consistency issues
        • Titration Kits (LaMotte or Taylor)
          • Technique, time consuming
        • Conductivity (Myron or Handheld)
          • Calibration for salt (not “442”)
          • pH and hardness issues
          • Battery replacement
        • Tasting salt
          • Everybody’s taste threshold is different
      • Electronic Tester closest to systems
      • with built in digital salt display
    • 36. Calibration of Salt Tester
      • Unscrew top cover
      • Pour cal fluid into cap
      • Press “ON” button
      • Place probe tip in to the cap
      • Allow the display to stabilize (typically 1 minute)
      • Press White buttons until display matches cal fluid level (3.20ppt)
      • Pour fluid back into container
      • Screw top cover back on
      • Clean probes with fresh water
    • 37. Salt is NOT Corrosive
      • Salt is not corrosive under 4000ppm
        • Water + Salt = sodium ion & chloride ion
        • The Chloride ion is very aggressive
        • Salt creates an environment that will accelerate corrosion rates.
      • Conductivity
        • The readiness with which a conductor transmits an electric current. Opposite of resistance
        • The higher the conductivity the faster and more readily a current will flow through water.
      • Corrosion
        • The deterioration of a substance (metal) or its properties is caused by a reaction with its environment.
    • 38. Electrolytic Chlorination
    • 39.
      • Salt (Sodium Chloride - NaCl) added to the water
    • 40.
      • Voltage is applied which starts current flow
      • Chloride ion is released as a gas
      • Combines with the water and forms hypochlorous acid (HOCL)
    • 41.
      • Calcium collects on the negative plate
    • 42.
      • Reversing polarity causes the calcium to be returned to the water
    • 43. How it Works Anode (+): Chlorine gas Cl 2 Cathode (-): Hydrogen gas H 2 Cl 2 + H 2 0  HOCl + HCl titanium/ruthenium plates
    • 44.
      • At the anode (connected to positive voltage terminal) the following reaction occurs: 2 Cl- Cl2 (gas) + 2e-
        • The chlorine gas is highly soluble in water and reacts with the water as follows: Cl2 + H2O = HOCl + HCl
      • At the cathode (connected to negative voltage terminal) the following reaction occurs: 2 H2O + 2e- H2 (gas) + 2 OH- (basic)
        • The hydrogen gas is not soluble in water and so it is carried along with the water flow into the pool.
        • Sometimes, it is possible to actually see the tiny hydrogen bubbles coming out of the return jets.
        • This is why automatic covers should be opened regularly
      Electronic Chlorination - How It Works
    • 45.
      • 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.
      • HOCl = H+ + OCl-
      Electronic Chlorination How It Works
    • 46. Electronic Chlorination - How It Works?
      • Lower pH levels will increase the amount of hypochlorous acid,
      • Higher pH levels will increase the amount of hypochlorite ions.
      • It is important to keep the pool pH in the range of 7.2 to 7.8.
      • The function of hypochlorous acid in the pool is two fold:
        • kills algae and bacteria
        • It acts as an oxidizer to remove the dead material from the pool.
        • During the oxidation process, the hypochlorous acid reverts to water and salt (Cl-).
    • 47. How It Works
      • Converting Common Salt into Chlorine
      • A chlorine generator is an electrolytic device that uses a source of electrical potential to pass electric current through 2 electrodes immersed in a solution of salt.
      • Hydrogen gas bubbles and sodium Hydroxide are generated at the cathode (negative) and HOCL from the anode (positive)
      • Electronic chlorinators generate chlorine by passing low voltage electrical current through the pool water and converting the chloride ions from salt into chlorine.
      • When salt NaCl is added to the swimming pool, it immediately dissociates to form sodium and chloride ions: Na + + Cl -
    • 48. Hypochlorous Acid (HoCl)
      • Whenever chlorine is introduced into the swimming pool, whether it be by liquid bleach, granular chlorine, gas chlorine, di- or tri-chlor tablets, the end result is always hypochlorous acid.
      • Tri-Chlor (30% available Cl, pH 2.8, high TDS)
      • Di-Chlor (56% available Cl, pH 6.0, high TDS)
      • Calcium Hypochlorite (65% available Cl, pH 11.7, high TDS, +calcium)
      • Sodium Hypochlorite (12% available Cl, pH 13, high TDS)
      • Lithium Hypochlorite (35% available, pH 10.8, high TDS, $$)
      • Chlorine Gas (Cl2) (unstable)
      • Bleach (10% available, ph 13, high TDS, $$)
      • Salt Electronic Generator HOCl
      Salt (NaCl) Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl)
    • 49. Plumbing Installation
    • 50. Installation/Plumbing
      • Any concerns about electronic chlorination are unfounded provided that you have installed the units correctly
      • Proper installation and operation is critical to performance and longevity
      • As the installer you must understand how the unit should be operated /installed
    • 51. Installation Install cell and flow switch down stream of all existing pool equipment. (prior to any valves to prevent partial chlorination on multiple bodies of water with one filter system)
    • 52. Installation Flow switch requires 12” of straight pipe before the mounting “T” . Flow rate must be greater than 11 gpm to close switch in 2”pipe. 12”
    • 53. Installation Cell can be counted as 12” of straight pipe before flow “T”.
    • 54. Installation Alternate configurations:
      • Flow Switch location is critical
      • Plumbing the flow switch on the pool return will prevent the possibility of over chlorinating the spa
      • DO NOT PLUMB THE CELL ON THE POOL RETURN WITHOUT THE FLOW SWITCH
    • 55. Electrical Installation
    • 56. 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 &quot;phone&quot; 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
    • 57. Bonding
      • Bonding is a must!
      • Heater
      • Pumps
      • Generator
    • 58.
      • Filters
          • Stainless steel not recommended
      • Heaters
          • watch for units with “dissimilar” metals or ss construction
          • Solar—no problems
          • Heat Pumps—watch for stainless heat exchanger
          • Ensure heater is grounded using grounding lug
      • Pool Finishes
          • Plaster, Pebble, Vinyl, Painted & Fiberglass – No problems
      • Ladder Anchors
          • SP1392 1 ½” ABS heavy duty anchor socket
      • Plumbing
          • Avoid low-grade stainless steel and galvanized pipes
      • Automated/Winter Pool Covers
          • Open on regular basis
          • Check with manufacturer on rail coatings 304 vs. 316
      Pool Equipment Compatibility
    • 59. Note: Wire the pump to the time clock: DO NOT USE THE AQUA RITE AS A JUNCTION BOX Installation w/Timeclock
    • 60.  
    • 61. Operation
    • 62. System Start-up Procedure
      • Start with a clean and balanced pool
      • Test salt and stabilizer for correct levels
      • Existing pools
        • Add metal remover (cheap insurance against staining)
      • Aqua Rite has a digital salt display
        • Run pump 24 hours
        • Check for Accurate salt reading
      • Initial settings:
        • Desired Output: 50%
        • Mode Switch: Auto
      • Test chlorine level every 2 to 3
      • days and adjust accordingly
    • 63. Settings
      • Switch
        • OFF
          • Only the Power LED will be ON
          • No Chlorine will be generated
    • 64. Settings
      • Switch
        • AUTO
          • Power & Generating LED’s will be ON
          • Chlorine will be generated
      • Reverses Polarity every 2 hours
    • 65. Settings
      • Switch
        • Super Chlorinate
          • Power, Generating, & Super Chlorinate LED’s will be ON
          • Overrides Desired
          • Output Dial
          • 100% Output
          • Activated for 24 hours or the balance of the pump cycle, whichever occurs first
    • 66. Settings
      • Remotely Controlled
        • LED solid when communication established
          • Desired Output Dial and Switch are disabled
        • LED flashing when remote control is in service mode
        • Changes can only be made by programming the remote control
    • 67. Settings
      • Desired Output Dial
        • 1 to 100% sets the level of chlorine production
        • 50% generates for 60 minutes, then will be off for 60 minutes
      • Generating LED stays ON
    • 68. Operation—Superchlorinate
      • Superchlorinate = Shock 100%
      • Available feature on all Goldline systems
      • Turns off automatically when pump turns off or in 24 hours
      • May not need to do for 24 hours
    • 69. Operation—Amount of Chlorine Generated
      • Factors that affect the amount of chlorine generated
          • Filter hours
          • Generator setting
          • Salt content
          • Water temperature
      • Factors that affect chlorine residual
          • Stabilizer!!!!
            • as with all chlorine pools, stabilizer will minimize sanitizer loss due to the effects of the sun and will assist the salt chlorinator in completing its task with greater ease.
          • Yellow-Out and related chemicals
          • Phosphates
          • Nitrates
          • Excessive organic matter
          • Size of pool compared to number of bathers
    • 70. Troubleshooting
    • 71. Troubleshooting Guides
      • Samples of typical problems:
      • Low Salt / Inspect Cell
      • No Lights on
      • No Flow Light on
      • Low / No Chlorine
    • 72. Troubleshooting tools
      • Diagnostics menu Typical values
        • Default Salinity PPM (default display) ………… 2700 - 3400
        • Water temp …………………………….. 50 - 104
        • Cell voltage …………………………….. 22.0 - 25.0
        • Cell current ……………………………. 4.80 - 7.90
        • Desired Output %……………………….. 0P - 100P
        • Instant salinity PPM (shows as negative) 2700 - 3400
        • Product name (used with Jandy) ……... AL-0 - AL-2
        • Software revision ………………………. r1.02 - r1.10
      • Check Aqua Rite in both polarities
        • Cycle “Mode” switch Auto  Off  Auto
        • Wait approx. 5 seconds for Aqua Rite to start generating
        • Wait another 20-30 seconds for readings to stabilize
      Diagnostic button
      • Lock in salt PPM
        • Press Diagnostic button to display instant salt level
        • Cycle “Mode” switch Auto  Super Chlorinate  Auto
    • 73. Diagnostics
      • Average Salt
        • Default Display
        • Operating range 2700ppm to 3400ppm
    • 74.
      • Water Temperature
        • Factory set to Fahrenheit; can be set to Celsius
        • Operating Range: 50 ° to 104 °
        • Scale back to 20% occurs at 60 ° and shuts down at 50 °
      Diagnostics
    • 75. Diagnostics
      • Cell Voltage (DC)
        • Operating Range 22.0 - 26.0
        • Off Cycle 30.0 – 33.0
    • 76. Diagnostics
      • Cell Amps
        • Operating Range 4.80 – 7.90
        • Off Cycle 0.0 – 0.1
    • 77. Diagnostics
      • Desired Output
        • 5P – 100P
        • Rotate Dial to adjust
    • 78. Diagnostics
      • Instant Salt
        • Calculated value
        • Displayed as a negative number
        • Lock in Instant Salt value by moving the switch from Auto > Super Chlorinate > Auto
    • 79. Diagnostics
      • Product Name
        • Used with Remote Controls
        • Changes name displayed on the remote control
        • AL-0 to AL-7
          • AL-0 Aqua Rite
          • AL-1 NatureSoft
          • AL-2 Min. Springs
          • AL-3 SmartPure
          • AL-4 % Output Default
          • AL-5 Jandy Rev
    • 80. Diagnostics
      • Software Revision
        • r1.02 to r1.40
    • 81.
      • No Flow
        • Flashes for up to 60 seconds during start up
        • Solid indicates a flow problem
        • Generation stopped
      Error L.E.D.’s
    • 82.
      • Check Salt/Inspect Cell
        • Flashes at 2600
          • Still generating
        • Solid at 2300
          • Generation stopped
      Error L.E.D.’s 2600
    • 83.
      • High Salt
        • Solid when Cell amperage reaches 8.0
        • Generation Stopped
      Error L.E.D.’s
    • 84.
      • Inspect Cell
        • Flashes every 500 operational hours as a reminder to inspect the cell
        • Press and hold the Diagnostic button 3 seconds to reset
      Error L.E.D.’s
    • 85.  
    • 86. Troubleshooting/Electrical
    • 87. Electronic Components PCB revision Transformer Rectifiers Jumpers for rev G PCB only (located under Display PCB) - Master/Slave - T-Cell-5/15 “ New” 20 Amp Fuse Remote Control Connector
    • 88. 24VAC Transformer 24 VAC Output 120/240 VAC input
    • 89. 22-33 VDC Transformer 24 VAC Output 120/240 VAC input
    • 90. Top 5 Things to Remember
      • Ensure System is installed properly.
      • Ensure Pool water is balanced
      • Check Error L.E.D.’s & Ensure cell is clean!
      • Check manual and troubleshooting Charts in Field Guide
      • Call Technical service for assistance
    • 91. Maintenance
    • 92. 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
    • 93. 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.
    • 94. Turbo Cell Maintenance
      • SOAK IN WATER & MURIATIC ACID SOLUTION
      • 2 parts water, 1 part muriatic acid
      • ALWAYS ADD ACID TO WATER, NEVER WATER TO ACID .
      • Let the water acid mixture remain in the cell until the foaming action stops
      • (typically 5 to 15 minutes)
      • Once the foaming action stops, empty the cell
      • Re-inspect cell. Repeat cleaning procedure if necessary
      • Rinse cell with fresh water and replace in plumbing line. Hand tighten
      • unions before restoring power to filter pump
      • May re-use the water acid mixture multiple times
      • Follow chemical manufacturers recommendations when storing or
      • disposing of the water acid solution
      OR
    • 95.  
    • 96.  
    • 97. Cell Cleaning
      • Inspect cell for calcium build-up
          • Non-reversing systems have to be checked weekly!
          • some systems—warning light comes on when cell is dirty
      • Low calcium, “balanced” pool = less build-up
      • Cleaning Procedure
          • Small amounts: use garden hose, wooden scraper
          • Large amounts: use specialized cell cleaner
            • Always add acid to water
            • Wait for foaming action to stop (5-10 minutes)
            • Rinse cell with hose
            • Dispose of acid properly
    • 98. ProLogic ™ Training 2009 Electronic Chlorine Generator and Multifunction Pool/Spa Control True Cost Effective User Friendly Automation
    • 99.  
    • 100. PRO LOGIC
        • PROfessional Series
        • “ Sense and Dispense” module ready
        • AQUA CONNECT Home Automation
        • ColorLogic Generation 4.0
        • Integrated control of new Tristar Energy Solution
    • 101.
      • Heater Priority
        • Gas Heater vs. Heat Pump prioity
      • Additional Group Functionality
        • Now 4 Groups in Total
        • Ability to set different variable speeds within a group
      • Ability to select Low Speed Freeze Protection
      • Ability to select Low Speed for Solar
      • External Interlock for Automatic Pool Covers
      • High Spa Temperature Pump Shutoff
        • Only used when the pump over heats the spa (> 104 ° )
      More about new features….
    • 102. Do you know about…
      • Interlock
        • Ensures Filter pump on, valves in pool mode
      • Dimmer Relay
        • For Incandescent lights
      • Remote menus locked
        • Rental properties
      • Multiple chlorinators
        • Larger or commercial pools
      • Flow Monitor
        • Turns pump off after 15 minutes of no flow
    • 103.  
    • 104. Sense & Dispense Technology
        • AQL-CHEM – Chemistry Sense
          • ORP read and react requires salt
          • pH read only
        • AQL-CHEM2 (AQL-CHEM2-240) – pH Dispense
          • Solenoid valve to operate a standard CO 2 tank
        • AQL-CHEM-UPG – Upgrades any Aqua Logic with AQL-CHEM & PCB    
        • AQL-CHEM3-120 (AQL-CHEM3-240)  
          • Muriatic Acid dispense    
    • 105.
        • AQL-COLOR-MODHV *  
          • ColorLogic LED Module, High Voltage 120v
        • AQL-COLOR-MODLV*     
          • ColorLogic LED Module, Low Voltage 12v
      • PS MODELS ONLY!
      • ecommand (P2), P4, AquaPlus WILL NOT HAVE THIS CAPABILITY
      ColorLogic Generation 4.0 Modules
    • 106. Chromaticity Diagram
    • 107. AquaConnect ™
        • AQ-CO-SERIAL
          • Home Automation Interface Module
          • AMX and Crestron (not Pro4 friendly)
          • Backwards compatible to Aqua Logic software revision 2.20
        • AQ-CO-HOMENET
          • The ability to monitor & control via computer
    • 108. OnCommand
      • NO Chlorination
      • 4 Relays (high voltage)
        • Filter Pump (Variable Speed Pump Interface)
        • 2 nd Speed or Lights
        • Optional 3 rd Relay
          • AQL-RELAY-DC-KT
      • 3 Valve Outputs
      • Built in sub-panel
      • Heater Control
      • Solar Control
      • Wireless remote & antenna
      • 2 Temp. sensors included
    • 109. AquaPlus (P4)
      • Chlorination
        • Up to 40,000 Gallons
      • 4 Relays (high voltage)
        • Filter Pump
        • Lights
        • Aux1
        • Aux2
      • 3 Valve Outputs
        • Pool/Spa suction
        • Pool/Spa return
        • 1 general purpose
      • Built in sub-panel
      • Heater Control
      • Solar Control
      • Wireless Pool/Spa remote
    • 110. ProLogic PS-4
      • Chlorination
        • Up to 40,000 Gallons
      • 4 Relays (high voltage)
        • Filter Pump
        • Lights
        • Aux1
        • Aux2
      • 4 Valves
        • Pool/Spa suction
        • Pool/Spa return
        • 2 general purpose
      • Built in sub-panel
      • Dual Equipment/Heater Control
      • Solar Control
      • Naming Functions
      • Group Capabilities
    • 111. ProLogic PS-8
      • Chlorination
        • Up to 40,000 Gallons
      • 8 Relays (high voltage)
        • Filter Pump
        • Lights
        • Aux1- Aux 6
      • 4 Valves
        • Pool/Spa suction
        • Pool/Spa return
        • 2 general purpose
      • Built in sub panel
      • Dual Equipment/Heater Control
      • Solar Control
      • Naming Functions
      • Group Capabilities
    • 112. ProLogic PS-16
      • Chlorination
        • Up to 40,000 Gallons
      • 8 Relays (high voltage)
        • Filter Pump
        • Lights
        • Aux1- Aux 14
      • 4 Valves
        • Pool/Spa suction
        • Pool/Spa return
        • 2 general purpose
      • Built in sub panel
      • Dual Equipment/Heater Control
      • Solar Control
      • Naming Functions
      • Group Capabilities
    • 113. ProLogic
    • 114. ProLogic Remote Controls
      • New low-profile design
        • Smaller, more compact
      • Available in black and white
      • Aesthetic ring for different wall-mount looks
      • Easy to read, indigo blue backlit LCD screen
    • 115. ProLogic Remote Control New wireless and wired remotes
    • 116. Aqua Pod
    • 117. Hockey Puck
      • AQL2-SS-RF
        • Waterproof
        • Re-skinned
          • New color
          • Updated membrane
          • Now Backlit
        • Basic Control
        • Channel hopping frequency
        • Quick response time
        • Simple & elegant
    • 118. Aqua Logic Remote Compatibility
      • New Remotes
        • AQL2-POD requires AQL2-BASE-RF
          • Aqua Logic 2.60 or higher software
      • Old Puck Remotes
        • GLX-SS-RF ONLY WITH GLX-BASE-RF
          • Original part# AQL-SS-RF ONLY WITH AQL-BASE-RF
    • 119.
      • 3-Way Valve
        • 1P (1.5” positive seal)
        • 2P (2” positive seal)
        • 2NP (2” non-positive seal)
      • Actuator
      • Solar sensor
        • 15 foot wire
        • Weatherproof connectors
        • SOLAR KIT
    • 120. AQL-REMOTE-PS-X IN HOUSE REMOTE
      • Wired or Wireless Tabletop
      • Compatible with PS4, PS8, PS16
      • Needs RF Base station required
        • AQL-BASE-RF
      • Controls all Pool/Spa functions
      • Up to 3 remotes
    • 121.
            • Balance Pool Water & Add Salt
            • Mount Power Center
            • Plumb
            • Wire
            • Program
            • Troubleshooting
            • System Startup & Checkout
            • Warranty
      ProLogic Installation
    • 122. Mounting
      • Main Unit
        • Near pool equipment
        • Minimum 5 ft from pool
      • Wired Remote Display/Keypad(s)
        • Up to 500 ft from Main Unit
        • Indoors or protected outdoor location
        • Maximum of 3 Display/Keypads
      • Temperature Sensors
        • Water Sensor – After filter, before heater
        • Air Sensor – Avoid direct sun (used for freeze protection)
        • Solar Sensor – required only if solar control is enabled
      • Valve Actuators (Optional)
        • Pool/Spa suction and return valves (valves 1 & 2)
        • Additional General purpose valve (valve 3 on P-4 3 and 4 on PS-4 and PS-8)
        • Adjust cams / switch as required
    • 123. Valve Actuator Mounting
      • “ Standard Position”
      • Common inlet/outlet of the valve is in the center
      • Actuator mounted on top of center
      • Other plumbing/mounting configurations may require cam adjustment
    • 124. Plumbing
      • Install Cell/Flow Switch Before Pool/Spa Return Valve
      • -Aqua Logic Will Ensure Proper Chlorination of Both Pool and Spa
      • 12” Straight Pipe Before Flow Switch
      • -Cell Counts as “Straight Pipe”
    • 125. Wiring
    • 126. Sensors Plug in
      • Goldline “PC-12” (20 awg)
      • Supplied with 15’ wire
      • 10 K ohm @ 77°F
      • ±½ °F
      • Twisted pair
      • Weather tight connections
      • Install before programming
      • 3 supplied
      • Water sensor
        • After Filter before heater
        • Drill 3/8” hole in pipe
        • Install using hose clamp
      • Air sensor
        • Protect from direct sun
      • Solar sensor
        • Solar sensor for roof panels
        • Used in Dual Equipment configurations
    • 127. Integral Sub-Panel Wiring
      • 240VAC, 100A
      • Industry Standard (Intermatic)
      • 8 breaker positions
          • -Single (120V)
          • -Double (240V)
          • -Twin (2 x 120V)
          • -Quad (2 x 120V + 240V)
          • -GFCB
      • Breakers supplied by installer
      • See Installation Manual or label inside door for list of suitable breakers
      (New photo)
    • 128. Power
      • Connect 120V, 2A from sub-panel to Aqua Logic Power Center
      • Do NOT Connect to 240V – Permanent Damage to Control Will Occur
    • 129. High Voltage Relays
      • Relay ratings:
      • 3HP @ 240V rating / 1.5HP @ 120V
      • 25 Amps
      • Double Pole (breaks both legs of 240V)
      • Industry Standard
    • 130. Installation/Wiring
      • Dimmer Relay
        • Purchased Separately
        • Can ONLY be used on High Voltage incandescent lights (NOT LED’s or Halogen )
      Light Neutral
    • 131. AC RELAY
        • Provides another auxiliary relay(s).
        • When the VALVE output is turned on, the RELAY will engage.
        • Installed on unused relay mounting in P-4 or PS-4
        • P4: plug into Valve 3
        • PS-4: plug into Valve 3 and/or 4.
        • Purchased Separately
        • Used to expand a system by utilizing an available “valve” output.
        • Only available for P-4 and PS-4
        • Identical to standard DC relay
        • 24 VAC coil instead of 24 VDC coil
        • Supplied with 11” black & red wire w/connector
    • 132. Hayward* ED2 Heater Connection * Hayward H-Series Natural Draft Models BO will appear on Heater Display screen
    • 133. Hayward FD Heater Connection
    • 134. Programming
      • Five Main Menus
        • Default
        • Settings
        • Timers
        • Diagnostics
        • Configuration
    • 135. System Startup & Checkout
      • Service Mode
        • Push buttons to turn each output on/off
      • Pool Spa Valves—Important!
        • Check valve positions in pool, spa, & spillover
        • Adjust switches on actuators to synchronize
        • Adjust cams on actuators if required
      • Heater Operation
      • Valve 3 (“Option Valve”) Operation
      • Chlorinator Operation
    • 136. Aqua Pod ™ Waterproof, Programmable Remote Taking pool control as far as it can go, right into the water
    • 137. Aqua Pod ™
      • Waterproof
      • Fully Programmable
      • Hand-held Wireless Remote
    • 138. Product Overview
      • 100% waterproof
      • Rechargeable batteries w/charging stand
      • Floats horizontally
      • Backlit display for easy night-time viewing
      • Full function control of all pool, spa, & other equipment
      • Group Function Capability
      • Salt/Chlorination Control
      • 3 programmable soft keys
      • System Off button
      • Dual equipment compatible – 2 Heaters
    • 139. Product Overview Signal Strength Bars Battery Level Indicator Day & Time Pool or Spa Temperature Air Temperature Menu Output Status Soft Keys Navigation Buttons System Off Button
    • 140. Requires…
      • AQL2-BASE-RF antenna
        • Increased Power and Range
          • Supports new line of wireless remotes
          • Line of sight up to 500* Ft.
          • Through-walls up to 100* Ft.
          • Frequency hopping
          • 50 ft. extension kit available
      • 2.60 or higher Aqua Logic software
        • Works with Aqua Logic P4/PS-4/PS-8/PS-16
        • Easily identified - cartons marked Aqua Pod compatible
    • 141. AQL2 Base Station
    • 142. Wireless Performance
      • Long Wireless Range (900Mhz)
        • 500’ line of sight
        • 100’ through walls
      • High Noise Immunity
        • Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
        • 50 channel hopping sequence
      • Unique ID ensures independent operation
      AQL2-BASE-RF
    • 143.
      • Wireless Base Receiver
        • Convenient knock out
        • Easy plug in connection
      Installation/Wiring (AQL2-BASE-RF)
    • 144. Moving a Base Receiver
      • Prior to moving:
        • Verify wall mount wireless remote is mounted vertically.
      • Moving:
        • Mount the Base Receiver to a single gang junction box.
        • Connect a 6’ length of conduit to the junction box.
        • Connect a 50’ Base Receiver Extension (GLX-BASE-ADAPTER) to the Base Receiver connector.
        • For longer runs, cut the Base Receiver connecting wire and splice in a length of 4 conductor wire.
        • Walk around the house/yard, leaning the junction box against the wall.
        • Try teaching and operating the wireless remote.
        • When the best location is found, permanently mount the Base Receiver at this location.
        • The Base Receiver can be moved up to 300 feet.
    • 145. Operation Same as AquaLogic Controls
    • 146. Charging
      • Battery & Charge Level Indicator
        • 3.7V, Lithium Ion Polymer, rechargeable
        • 5+ years
        • Time between charges depends on usage
        • Level indicator scrolls when charging
        • Level indicator solid when fully charged
        • Level indicator will flash when charge is getting low
        • “ Battery low, recharge before use” is displayed
      • Charging Stand
        • - Supplied with remote
    • 147.
      • “ Teach wireless needs to be run from Aqua Logic
      • Press “+” button on local display to start
      • Press and hold any button on the Aqua Pod for 3 seconds
      Teach Wireless
    • 148.
      • Sleep: No key press for 60 seconds
      • Wake Up: Press any key, “Goldline Controls”
        • is displayed
      Sleep/Wake Up Mode
    • 149.
      • 4 indicator bars - normal
      • “ No Signal” Press Menu key to try again
      • “ Last key press not received” RF Error
      Signal Strength
    • 150. System Shut Off Turns Off ALL outputs
    • 151. Soft Keys To Navigate the Aqua Pod Soft Keys
      • Press the > to scroll to the next set of 3 soft keys
      • Continuous pressing of < will advance to
      • “ Reset all soft keys”
      • 3 programmable buttons
      • ON: Black characters with white background
      • OFF: White characters with black background
    • 152. Soft Keys MENU Select Soft Keys < previous next > < > Move to previous/next set of 3 soft keys Move to next Configuration Menu item
    • 153. Map Soft Keys Map Soft Keys Locked < > > Press BOTH buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds to unlock Move to Soft Key sets
    • 154.
      • Top left name will be blinking
      • 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)
    • 155.
        • P-4, 3 sets of 3
          • 7 buttons + super chlorinate
        • PS-4, 3 sets of 3
          • 8 buttons + super chlorinate
        • PS-8, 5 sets of 3
          • 12 buttons + super chlorinate
        • PS-16, 7 sets of 3
          • 20 buttons + super chlorinate
      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)
    • 156. Troubleshooting
      • Troubleshoot the same as a standard wireless remote
        • “ Teach Wireless” needs to be run
        • “ Teach Wireless” failed
        • “ Last Key Press Not Received”
        • “ Base Receiver Not Responding”
    • 157.  
    • 158. Pro Logic – PCB Revisions – Why Interim and Final?
      • Pro Logic 3.0
        • Aqua Logic PCB with more memory
        • Sense and Dispense Support added
          • Assigning 3 hp relay for pH dispense required
      • Pro Logic 4.0
        • Rev 4.20
        • New PCB with even more memory
          • Provides support for:
            • Homenet
            • Pick N Mix
            • Other New Features
        • Sense and Dispense support enhanced
          • Dispense relay built into PCB
    • 159. New Pro Logic Final Features
      • Solar capability with Dual Equipment
      • Heater Priority
        • Ability to select which device should be the primary… Gas Heater vs. Heat Pump
      • External Interlock – Automatic Pool Cover Interface
      • Gen 4 Color Logic light Support
      • Homenet support
      • Pick N’ Mix support
    • 160. Pool Controls STEP #1 : Pick your Pro Logic Controller P4 PS-4 PS-8 PS-8V PS-16 PS-16V STEP #2: Pick your Options Sense & Dispense (AQL-CHEM) AQ-CO-HOMENET AQL2-POD Turbo Cell (requires P-KIT)
    • 161. Controls Order Guide
    • 162. Aqua Connect HOMENET TM
      • Mini server that plugs into homeowner’s existing wireless router for home network access
      • Becomes part of home network
      • Interfaces wirelessly to Pro Logic and AQR-PRO
      • Delivers web pages for any home connected web browser: PDA, Tablet, Laptop, internet TV, etc
        • Also links up to Aqua Connect website for away-from-home access, data gathering, email and text message alerts, and ability for continuing enhancements
        • Remote Tech™ for builders, pool service companies and Hayward/GLC Tech Service
        • Includes 30 day trial subscription to Aqua Connect Web
    • 163. Aqua Connect TM Webster
      • Aqua Connect at Home
      • Adds “Webster” a Mini Web Server in the home
      • Requires AQ-CO-WEBSTER
    • 164. Terminal Emulation
    • 165. Aqua Connect TM Homenet
      • Requires AQ-CO-HOMENET
      • Optional web based subscription
      • With “Webster” & GL Aqua Connect Website, control enabled to any Web access device
      • www.aquaconnectweb.com
    • 166. Aqua Connect TM Homenet
      • Homenet and the service trade
      • Instant alarms via Text Message and Email alerts
      • Homeowner grants access to service guy or service guy owns Homenets, puts on customer’s property, grants access to homeowner
    • 167. Aqua Connect TM Web, Human Interface
    • 168. Aqua Connect HA
      • Aqua Connect HA is a translator
      • Translates language of Pro Logic to language of Home Automation (RS-485 to RS-232)
      • Any Pro Logic PS model 2.20 or higher
    • 169. Installation Process
      • Builders installs Pro Logic
      • Runs 4 conductor wire from Pro Logic to Home Automation Equipment area
      • Connects Aqua Connect HA to 4 Conductor wire
      • Homeowner contacts systems integrator or contractor who installed Home Automation System
      • Systems integrator or specialty contractor connects Aqua Connect HA to Home Automation System
      • Systems Integrator writes code using our provided commands or installs modules to simplify
    • 170. Aqua Connect HA
      • Aqua Connect, Control via Home Automation
        • So far, two ready-made modules are available for Crestron systems. Also, any home automation VAR can use our manual to create their own for any system
    • 171. FAQs
      • Why is it so complicated?
        • The Pro Logic and Home Automation system talk in 2 different languages typically not a language a lay person would understand. Aqua Connect HA translates so they can talk to each other
      • Can it work with any Home Automation System?
        • Yes, the code commands we provide can be adapted to any RS 232 based system either by writing from scratch or using modules.
      • Who has modules?
        • Crestron, ControlWorks. AMX committed to developing one
        • However, remember, even if no modules are available, a systems integrator can always write one from scratch with the commands we provide
      • What level of support can we provide?
        • Typically only equipment problems could be looked at. The actual integration of code commands would need to be handled with engineering and the systems integrator
    • 172. ECommand 4
      • Replaces ECommand
      • Handles Pool/Spa Combo
      • Similar features to P4
      • Variable Speed Pump control with speeds assignable to relays/circuits
      • No chlorinator built in, talks to external Aqua Rite instead
      • Price point equivalent to Sun Touch
      • Sub panel Included
      • Packaged standalone or with Variable Speed Pump
      • Available end of November
    • 173. ECommand 4 compared to Sun Touch
    • 174. Pro Logic Accessories
    • 175. System Component AQL-CHEM (Chem Kit/pH & ORP S&D) AQL-CHEM2 (CO 2 dispense, 120V) AQL-CHEM2-240 (CO 2 dispense, 240V) AQL-CHEM-UPG (Aqua Logic upgrade) AQL-CHEM3-120 (Stenner pump, 120V) AQL-CHEM3-240 (Stenner pump, 240V) Sense & Dispense SKUs
    • 176. Pro Logic Software Compatibility     Aqua Logic Aqua Rite Pro Logic   Rite Pro Ecommand First revision at release 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 2.65 Currently shipping September 1, 2008 - 1.40 3.00 1.00 2.66 Pick’n’mix* - 1.50* 4.10* 1.10* - Webster** - - 4.20** 1.20*** - Aqua Connect HA (PS models only) 2.12 - 3.00 - - Variable speed 2.65 - 3.00 - - Heater priority - - 4.00 - - Pool Cover detection - - 4.00 - - Colorlogic 4.0 - - 4.00 - - Sense and Dispense - - 3.00 1.00 - Aqua Pod 2.60 - 3.00 - - HPC2 remote - - - - 2.65 Added 4 th group and pump speed to all groups (PS models only) 2.66 - 3.00 1.00 - Gen 2 base station 1.10(P-4)/2.00(PS) - 3.00 - 2.65
    • 177. Variable Speed – Key Points to Remember
      • Pro Logic currently supports – Talks to the VSC. “Talking” to the VSC is what allows for adjustment of speeds within the Pro Logic/Aqua Logic menus.
        • 1 VSC if Pool / Spa combo
        • 2 VSC if Pool and Spa Dual
      • 8 total speed settings
        • 4 in the settings menu
        • Custom speeds can be assigned to 4 groups
      • On the Fly speed changes in settings menu
      • Software revs
        • Aqua Logic Rev 2.65 (4 speeds) or higher rev 2.66 (8 speeds)
        • Pro Logic rev 3.0
        • VSC 1.41 or higher, 1.42 is latest production version
    • 178. Total Pool Management ™ Pick N’ Mix Not Pick N’ Mix 40,000 Gallon Bundle
    • 179.  
    • 180. Total Pool Management Total Pool Management Consumer Brochures Total Pool Management Order Guide
    • 181. Aqua Connect ™ Aqua Connect Web Aqua Connect Webster
    • 182. Controls Programs
      • Aqua Connect Programs
      • 1. Pool Service Trade Incentive
        • Spiff for # of new or upgraded Pools to Rite Pro or Pro Logic with Sense & Dispense
      • 2. Consumer Incentive
        • Free Webster and/or subscription for:
          • Upgrade Software, add S&D & Base Station
          • New Complete Control or Chlorinator with Sense & Dispense
      Doorknob Hanger Insert/Self Mailer
    • 183. Commercial Installations How big is too big??
    • 184.  
    • 185. Commercial Installations
      • Certifications
        • cUL
        • NSF, CSA
        • PMRA PCP#
      • Chlorine Output
        • Chlorine output printed on nameplate (1.48 lbs/day)
        • Electronic chlorinators should designed re volume and bather load
      • Stabilizer
        • Some Provinces (AB) may not allow Stabilizer
      • ORP/pH Sense & Dispense
    • 186.  
    • 187. Commercial Installation--Sizing
      • 1. Best method : determine current daily chlorine usage, divide usage by factor from table below, round up to determine number of Chlorinators required.
      • 0.82 Trichlor (stabilized tablets, lbs.)
      • 1.15 Calcium Hypochlorite (lbs.)
      • 1.25 Dichlor (stabilized granular, lbs.)
      • 7.50 Liquid chlorine (Sodium Hypochlorite, lbs.)
      • 0.75 Liquid chlorine (Sodium Hypochlorite, gallons)
      • 0.75 Chlorine gas (lbs.)
      • example: pool uses 3.0 lbs of tri-chlor. 3.00/.82 = 3.65  4 Chlorinators
      • 2. Alternate method : use gallons and bather load
      • Gallons of Water Maximum Bathers Units Required
      • 0 - 25,000 50 1
      • 26,000 - 50,000 80 2
      • 51,000 - 75,000 100 3
      • 76,000 - 100,000 120 4
      • 101,000 - 125,000 140 5
      • 126,000 - 150,000 160 6
      • 151,000 - 175,000 180 7
      • 176,000 - 200,000 200 8
      • Add 1 unit per every 50 extra bathers
      • Commercial Spas: 1 Chlorinator per 3,000 gallons .
    • 188.  
    • 189. Commercial Installations
      • Aqua Rite is NSF certified, check state requirements
      • Cell installation
        • Install cells on bypass loop
        • Use isolation valves
        • Series or parallel or combination
        • Maximum 5 in series
        • Parallel is best when ORP control is being used (minimizes ORP noise problems)
      • Flow Switch
        • 1 required for each Aqua Rite
    • 190.  
    • 191. Sense & Dispense
    • 192. ProLogic w/ Sense & Dispense
    • 193.
      • Continuously senses both pH and O.R.P.
      • Adjusting the salt/chlorinator dispense and pH dispense (CO2 or muriatic acid) on a basis proportional to demand.
      • The kit consists of an electronics flow control cell which houses the O.R.P. and pH probes and provides ideal hydraulic conditions to maximize sensor performance and life.
      • Tested in commercial application over last 7 years via CAT Controllers. (CAT 4000)
      Sense & Dispense
    • 194. O.R.P. (Oxidation Reduction Potential)
      • O.R.P.
        • Measure of the oxidizing capacity present in the water rather than chlorine residual PPM
        • Measured in millivolts (650mv) rather than PPM (1 ppm)
        • Chlorine is measured in PPM
      • Free Chlorine (2 components)
        • Hypochlorous acid (HOCl)– Sanitizer & Oxidizer
        • Hypochlorite Ion (OCl-)– slow acting, weaker component
      • O.R.P. probe
        • Measures the Hypochlorous Acid component
        • Salt Chlorinator makes Hypochlorous acid
        • Maximizes Turbo Cell longevity (generates only when required)
    • 195.
      • 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.
    • 196. pH (Potential Hydrogen)
      • Measures ion concentration in the water and translates that value to the familiar pH value, eg. 7.6
      • Measures of the acidity or alkalinity of pool water
        • Greater Hydrogen ion concentration = lower pH (acidic/corrosive)
        • Greater Hydroxyl ion concentration = higher pH (alkaline/scale)
    • 197. pH & ORP working together
      • Ratio (HOCl) & (OCL-) is determined by pH
      • Typical pH 7.6, free chlorine split 50/50
      • As pH increases, chlorine takes the form of the less effective OCl- chlorine ion.
      • As pH decreases (HOCl) increases
      • At pH 8 only 20% of free chlorine is available in the fast-killing (HOCl) form.
      • Balance is essential
    • 198. The effects of pH on HOCL %
    • 199. Dispense
      • O.R.P. Dispense (automatic)
        • Uses the Turbo Cell to make Hypochlorous acid to raise the O.R.P. level.
      • pH Dispense (optional)
        • Designed to dispense CO 2 (Carbon Dioxide or Muriatic acid to lower the pH.
        • Or capable of feeding acid – feed pumps and tanks available in distribution – Stenner and Blue/White are most common
    • 200. Dispense – Muriatic Acid
      • Most common size is 5 GPD
      • Feed Pumps can be fixed or variable output
      • Limit tank size to 1 gallon per 15k gallons of pool water
      • 4 parts water, 1 part mixture in the tank
    • 201. Dispense - CO 2 (Carbon Dioxide)
      • Contained in 20 lb cylinders
      • Tanks and mounts are available Canada wide @ www.Praxair.com
      • Tanks $70.00, Refills $30.00
      • Tanks typically last a season
    • 202. CO2
      • Muriatic (hydrochloric) acid has a pH of 0.1
      • It lowers pH but destroys total alkalinity
      • It is hazardous to transport, handle and store
      Muriatic Acid
      • CO2 forms carbonic acid, pH of 6.8
      • Closer to pH neutral, never below 6.8
      • Safe, effective & cost effective
      • Eliminates on-site acid storage & handling
    • 203. Product Overview
      • P/N: AQL-CHEM
      • Mounting Bracket
      • PCB w/enclosure
      • Flow Cell & Plug (1)
      • Shut-Off Valves (3)
      • Probes (2) – Special for salt pools
      • 30 feet, 3/8” Black Plastic Tubing
      • 1/4”-18 NPT x 3/8” True-Seal connectors (2)
      • Cord Connector & Strain Relief
      • Mounting Hardware
      • Instruction Manual with Mounting Template
      • 3 hp relay and wire harness
      Chemistry Sense Kit: Chemistry Retrofit Kit: (includes PCB)
      • P/N: AQL-CHEM - UPG
    • 204. Product Overview
      • P/N: AQL-CHEM2
      • Gas Regulator
      • Solenoid Valve
      • Power Cord
      • Regulator Fitting
      • Pipe Nipple
      • 1/8-27 NPT x 3/8” Tube Fitting (2)
      • Check Valve
      • 15 feet, 3/8” Black Plastic Tubing
      • Instruction Manual
      • 3hp relay , connector, and harness
      pH Dispense Kit:
    • 205. Compatability
      • ProLogic rev 3.00 only
      • Aqua Rite Pro
      • Existing Aqua Logics can be retrofitted to Pro logic by replacing PC board.
    • 206. Installation
    • 207. Installation
      • 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.
    • 208. Electrical
      • Route communications cable from AQL- Chem to Pro Logic and plug into white 4 pin connector just below AQL2-Base connector
      • If AQL-CHEM2 is used, relay in control must be wired for 120 Volts fed out to Pigtail or hard wired receptacle
    • 209. Mount on ProLogic
    • 210.  
    • 211. Mount separate from ProLogic
      • accommodate shorter tube runs or difficult mounting surfaces
      • Mounting can be up to 500’ away
    • 212. Installation – Flow Control
      • To suction Side between pump and 3 way valve that diverts between pool and spa (common line to pool and spa)
      • To return side between heater and chlorinator cell (common line to pool and spa)
      • Test Tap for taking water samples
      • A pressure differential is required to allow clean, untreated water to
      • pass through the flow cell and across the sensors.
    • 213. Install Probes In Flow Cell
      • After tubing connections are made
      • 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.
      • Turn pump on, never allow sensors to dry out, should not be left out of water for any length of time
    • 214. Plumbing Diagram
    • 215. Installation – Sense Tubing
      • Drilled a 7/16” hole a tap the hole to create threads with a ¼” NPT tap
      • NPT distinction is very important, must be an NPT tap
        • Available at Auto Parts Distributors
          • Lordco
          • NAPA
    • 216. Installation – Sense Tubing
    • 217. Installation – Dispense Tubing
      • Create plumbing manifolds
      • 2” pipe bushed down to ¼” NPT threaded hole
      • Install on the underside of the pipe if possible
        • Allows CO 2 more contact time with water to dissolve
      • Recommend this method however top of pipe or side is acceptable
    • 218. Installation – Dispense Tubing
    • 219. Relay Configuration
      • P-4 or PS-4 – aux 3 is automatically configured as pH feed output.
      • The aux 3 relay normally doesn’t exist in these systems. It is included in the AQL-CHEM2 kit and installed by installer.
      • PS-8 or PS-16 – any auxiliary can be set up to function as pH dispense output
    • 220. Mount and Strap CO2 tank Important to strap tank to wall for safety such that the tank can’t fall or be knocked over
    • 221. Praxair CO2 mounted tank
    • 222. Programming
      • Pro Logic Main Menus:
        • Default Menu – shows live pH and ORP values
        • Settings Menu
        • Maintenance Menu (STD, SD, S)
          • Water Status
          • Chemistry Survey Wizard (pH calibration)
          • Clean Sensor Wizard
        • Timers
        • Diagnostic
        • Configuration
          • Chemistry Configuration Wizard
    • 223. 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 (+/-)
    • 224.
      • Sensors must be clean and free of oils, chemical deposits, and contamination in order to function properly.
      • Sensors must be kept wet at all times or permanent damage will result.
      • Sensors will dry out in approximately one hour if left out of water or storage solution.
      • Recommended schedule:
        • Residential – at least once per swim season
        • Commercial – every 30 days
      Maintenance
      • Sensor(s) needs cleaning indications:
        • Slow response to water chemistry changes
        • Increased need to calibrate pH
        • Inconsistent readings
    • 225.
      • Sensor Cleaning:
        • Disconnect sensor BNC connectors from controller
        • Unscrew & remove sensors from flow cell
        • Clean the reference junction (white teflon ring at the bottom of sensor) with a soft tooth brush and regular toothpaste
        • Liquid dishwashing detergent may also be used to remove any oil
        • Rinse with fresh water, replace thread-seal tape, & reinstall sensors
      Maintenance
      • Failure Modes:
        • ORP sensor tends to fail LOW = Over-chlorination
        • pH sensor tends to fail HIGH = Reduced pH
      • Sensor needs replacing:
        • Excessive calibration
        • Unstable readings
      Troubleshooting
    • 226. Aqua Rite pro
    • 227. AQUA RITE pro
      • features a new look and feel and be “Total Pool Chemistry management” and “Sense and Dispense” technology ready
      • Updated look and feel and improved diagnostics capabilities
      • Replace AQUA RITE control panel with membrane keypad, menu-based LCD interface, and enhanced printed graphics
    • 228. Typical Installation Diagram Acid feed or CO 2 pH Control ORP control
    • 229. Electronic Chlorine Generation
      • AquaRite/AquaRite XL
      • No sense & dispense
      • AquaRite Pro
      • Sense & Dispense
      • Digital
      • ProLogic (all new pools)
      • Sense & Dispense capability
    • 230. Sense & Dispense Targets
      • Pools with Automatic Covers
      • Indoor Pools
      • Commercial Hot Tubs or Swim Spas
      • Commercial Pools with multiple generators
      • High-End Swimming Pools
      • Technology innovators (gadget geeks)
      • Professional Service Companies
      • Pool owners that travel
    • 231. Cell Tester
    • 232.  
    • 233. 10 things the AquaRite can’t fix … in Lintlaw
    • 234. Lintlaw Public Pool
    • 235. Lintlaw Recreation
    • 236. Lintlaw residential pools
    • 237. Lintlaw Ingenuity
    • 238. Lintlaw Snowmobile jumps
    • 239. Lintlaw wildlife
    • 240. Lintlaw locals
    • 241. Lintlaw Drinking & Driving
    • 242. Lintlaw Poker Derbies
    • 243. Lintlaw “plumbers”
    • 244. THANK-YOU
    • 245.  
    • 246.  
    • 247.  
    • 248. Operation
      • Time Clock
        • Three position switch
          • 1 = ON
          • Center = AUTO
          • 0 = OFF
        • Setting the time clock
          • Set for time of day
          • AM/PM (Check mark @ 2:00)
        • Time settings
          • 24 Hour ring with each lever equaling 15 minutes
            • Out = ON
            • In = OFF
          • Set levers for desired pump run time (multiple cycles OK)
    • 249. Goldline Products
      • UL listed, CUL & PMRA certified, CE & NSF approved.
      • In Ground
        • Aqua Rite ® Aqua Rite ® XL
          • North America’s #1 System
        • Mineral Springs TM MS-10, MS-11 (Bioguard)
        • ProLogic ® Electronic Chlorine Generator pool/Spa Automation
      • Above Ground
        • Aqua Trol ® (Goldline)
        • Mineral Springs TM MS-20, MS-21, MS-22, MS-23 (Bioguard)
      Aqua Rite® and Aqua Trol® are registered trademarks of Goldline Controls, Inc. Mineral Springs TM is a trademark of Biolab, Inc..
    • 250. Warranty
    • 251. How to Become a Service Center ?
      • Attend training and obtain certification
      • Complete Application Form
      • Application Review / Approval
      • Security deposit required for spare parts
      • Initial kits
        • Aqua-Rite (security deposit required)
        • Aqua-Trol (security deposit required)
      • Increasing Inventory requires an additional security deposit.
      • Security deposits will be returned after parts are returned to Goldline.
      Service Center Inventory
    • 252.  
    • 253.  
    • 254. WARRANTY
      • 1 year on accessories & labour coverage
      • 3 years full for all original parts on original installation.
      • 5 year pro-rated original parts
      • Warranty covers defects in material or workmanship
      • Parts
        • Security deposit required for replacement parts
        • Actuators, Relays and Temp Sensors must be purchased
      • Circuit breakers are not covered under warranty
    • 255. Warranty/Service Policy
      • 5 year limited (0, 0, 0, 60, 60%) for ALL original parts
      • Coverage period starts with ORIGINAL installation
      • Warranty covers defects in material or workmanship
      • 3 year labor policy for Totally Hayward Dealers.
      • Purchased replacement parts
        • 12 months from date of purchase
      • Exclusions
        • Improper installation, tampering, neglect, abuse, acts of God
        • Water chemistry including low salt conditions
      • Call 888-238-POOL for Technical Support
      • Or 604-730-8687
      • www.goldlinecontrols.com
    • 256. Bromine Generation
      • Add 2% Sodium Bromide Salt (in addition to “regular” salt)
        • Example: 24,000 gal. pool
        • 640 lbs. “Salt” (Sodium Chloride, NaCl)
        • 12.8 lbs Sodium Bromide Salt (NaBr)
      • Chlorine reacts with bromide salt and forms Bromine (Hypobromous acid)
      • Bromine is better for high pH and high temperature
      • Bromamines are effective sanitizers
      • Maintain total Bromine level of 3.0 – 5.0 ppm
      • No stabilizer
    • 257.
        • Dry contact
        • DO NOT WIRE HEATER1 or HEATER 2 CONTROL TO 120/240 VAC
        • Refer to Heater Manual for 2-wire remote control (wiring and programming) instructions
      Hayward Millivolt* Heater Installation/Wiring * Older model Millivolt; new Models have terminal block
    • 258. Universal FD* Heater Connection * Hayward IDL2 Induced Draft Models
        • Press and hold “Mode & Down Arrow” buttons for 3 seconds
        • will flash on the heater display
        • Press the “Mode” button to Pool (same on new FD)
      BO