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55470 01 gl8_gl8000_m3_rca-30

  1. 1. GL8000 Mach 3 Tech Sheet Balboa Instruments System PN 55470-01 System Model # GL8-GL8000M3-RCA-3.0 Software Version # 32 EPN # 2833 Base PCBA – PN 53860-04 PCB GL8000 – PN 22960 Rev B or C HEX File – 10013932 Base Panels ML900 – PN 52654-01 Template used: 40598-v32_A.pdf 04/15/2008 55470-01_97_A.pdf 05/06/2008http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 1 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A
  2. 2. System Revision HistorySystem PN EPN Date Requested By Changes Made55470 2817 04.07.2008 Balboa New system55470-01 2833 05.06.2008 Balboa Software update to v32 http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 2 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A
  3. 3. Basic System Features and FunctionsPower RequirementsSingle Service [3 wires (line, neutral, ground)]Dual Service [5 wires (line 1, neutral 1, line 2, neutral 2, ground)]Setup 1 (As Manufactured) AudioVisual (Stereo)Optional DevicesAdditional Options F4 F3A 250V AUX PANEL J40 J10 J77 J34 1 2 3 J52 J7 J31 Connects to Main Panel terminal J70, J71, J72, or J73 N G J70 J13 J30 J71 Connects to Remote terminal J20 MAIN PANELS J8 N G Connects to terminal J4 1 2 3 J46 J84 J72 J73 EXT I/O J91 J36 TV2 J20 J69 RLY J51 J21 ADCM REMOTE J17 J83 J15 J18 Connects to A.V. terminal J5 J82 J22 J19 J24 TCHBANK B SEN. A SEN. B VAC UV TV1 TST AUX. F CFG http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 3 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A
  4. 4. Persistent Memory and Powering UpAny time you change DIP Switches or Software Configuration Settings that message on power up:affect parameters the user can change (any filter settings, set temperature If “ ” appears before (and instead of) “ ” ordefault, Celsius vs Fahrenheit, 12-hour vs 24-hour time, reminders “ ”, you have not configured DIP Switches and/orsuppression, etc), you must reset Persistent Memory for your DIP Switch or Software Configuration Settings in a valid manner. This must be correctedSoftware Configuration Settings changes to take effect. You should also reset before you can reset Persistent Memory.Persistent Memory after loading a new file into a board (using the ESM, The switch numbers, jumpers, or configuration settings displayed afterpurchased seperately). “ ” are ones with which the system has found a configuration problem. For example:To reset Persistent Memory: “ ” would mean that the combination of how you’ve set Power down. A5 and how you’ve set B2 is not supported on this system. Set A12 ON (See illustration below). “ ” would mean that there is a problem with jumper J99 Power up. “ ” would mean that the combination of how Wait until “ ” or “ ” is displayed on your panel. you’ve set pump 3 for 1-speed and blower for 1-speed is not supported Note: If “ ” appears see section below. on this system. Set A12 OFF. (This can be done safely with power on if you use a non- “ ” would mean that the combination of how you’ve conductive tool such as a pencil to push the switch back to the OFF set DIP switches which have been assigned to pump 3 and blower is not position. Otherwise, power down before setting A12 OFF) supported on this system. Power up again (if you powered down in the previous step). For all other power ups, leave A12 OFF. Power Up Display Sequence Upon power up, you should see the following on the display:About Persistent Memory and Time of Day Retention: Three numbers in a row, which are the SSID (the System SoftwareThis system uses memory that doesn’t require a battery to store a variety ID). The third display of these numbers is the Software Version, whichof settings. What we refer to as Persistent Memory stores all the User should match the version of your system. For example, if these threePreferences, as well as all the filter settings, the set temperature, and the numbers are , that is a Mach 3 EL8000 at version 26.heat mode. If there is a Configuration Error, the message (see above) will appear at this point (and none of the messages below will display).Persistent Memory is not used for Time of Day. Time of Day needs to be Otherwise what comes next is:“kept running” (not just stored) while the power is off, so a separate Real An indication of either the input voltage detected (EL1000/EL2000), orTime Clock feature (on all models except the EL1000) keeps track of the heater wattage range supported (EL8000/GL2000/GL8000).Time of Day while the unit is off. Time of Day Retention, and Time of Day Heater wattage display: “ ” means the system supports a heaterRetention alone, is controlled by the J91 jumper. J91 must be set according from 1 kW to 3 kW. “ ” means the system supports a heaterto main system panel used. from 3 kW to 6 kW. “ ” means the system supports a 3 kW heater only. (These ranges may be modified slightly in the case of Switchbank A Switchbank B special heaters, which the next bullet covers.) Input voltage display: A system showing “ ” supports 3 kW to 6 kW heaters. A system showing “ ” supports the very same heaters, although at 120V those heaters will function at only 1/4 of their 240V rated wattage. (The system shows only either “ ” or J91 J91 “ ” as a general indication of input voltage; it does not show the RTC RTC Enabled Disabled actual input voltage.) (Not Jumpered) (Jumpered) If your system is using a special type of heater, a display such as “ ” may appear next. If your system is using the generic Balboa heater, no heater type display will appear. “ ” or “ ” will appear to signal the start of Priming Mode. At this point, the power up sequence is complete. Refer to the User Guide for the ML Series panel on your system for information about how the spa operates from this point on. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 4 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A
  5. 5. Wiring Configuration and DIP Settings HIPot Testing Note: Setup 1 (As Manufactured) Disconnect slip terminal with green wires from J90 prior to performing HiPot test. Failure to disconnect will cause a false failure of the test. Reconnect terminal to J90 after (Stereo) successful completion of HiPot test. J56 J29 Balboa 1 J39 2 3 J2 J4 J55 F5, F10A 250V F5 3 2 1 J9 J3 J14 K9 J74 Mister J1 J62 J6 Circ Pump Ozone K4 J75 N 2-Spd P1 Blower N N J76 G N G G N K11 N G K10 K15 G K1 G 10 VAC-B 10 VAC-A J33 J41 J81 J45 J60 3 2 1 BALBOA INSTRUMENTS, INC. J50 GL8000 Mach 3 COPYRIGHT 2006 MADE IN U.S.A. 1 2 3 P/N 22960_C J5 J11 J12 J38 3 2 1 K2 J37 2-Spd P2 2-Spd P3 G G G J14 W1 J16 A. V. N N N W2 F7 N Light Spa J16 F4 G F7, T30A 480V AUX PANELS F4, F3A 250V J40 J79 K3 BARCODE J10 J77 F6 F6, T30A 480V J27 J94 J54 J34 K5 1 2 3 J53 J52 J47 J7 F2, T 0.5A 250V J31 J95 1 2 3 N G J96 F2 J70 TB1 1 J13 J23 J32 J49 J30 J71 3 MAIN PANELS 2 230V 2 J8 J93 N G J28 M11 Fiber Optic J25 3 J26 1 J46 J84 K13 1 2 3 230V J72 F9 M1 J73 4 F9, T30A 480V EXT I/O J91 RTC F1 K7 K6 J36 Enabled J59 TV2 J20 J69 J57 RLY J51 J21 J58 HTR2 HTR1 ADCM REMOTE K8 J90 J17 J83 J15 J18 3.0 kW J82 J22 J19 J24 SWITCHBANK A SWITCHBANK B SEN. A SEN. B VAC UV TV1 TST AUX. F CFGWARNING: Main Power to system should be turned OFF BEFORE adjusting DIP switches.WARNING: Persistent Memory (A12) must be RESET to allow new DIP switch settings to take effect. (See Persistent Memory page) Switchbank A Switchbank B Wiring Color Key SSID # Neutral (Common) AC Connections 100 Special AC Connections 139 Line AC Connections 32 10 Volt ConnectionsA1, Test Mode OFF A7, Cleanup Cycle OFF B1, Pump 2 2-Speed Dimmable Light B7, Spa Light On/Off Relay Control WiresA2/A3, No H.S. Four H.S. A8, 1Hr O3 Disable OFF B2, N/A B8, Spa& Spa Light FO Light ButtonPumps w/Heater A9/A10, B3, Blower OFF ON B9, Pump 3 2-speed Board Connector KeyA4, 12 Hour Time No Circ Pump OFF B4, F/O Light ON Disabled B10, Pump 3 Enabled 1A5, Degrees FC A11, Ozone w/P1 low B5, Option OFF B11, Mister Disabled Typically Line voltageA6, Short Timeouts A12, Memory ON B6, Scrunching OFF B12, Mist Aux Pnl OFF 2 Typically Line voltage for 2-speed pumps RTC Config Settings 3 Neutral (Common) Enabled Disabled 4 Ground J83 J91 Note flat sides in connector http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 5 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A
  6. 6. DIP Switches and Jumper Definitions WARNING: Setting DIP switches incorrectly may cause abnormal system behavior and/or damage to system components. Refer to Switchbank illustration on Wiring Configuration page for correct settings for this system. Contact Balboa if you require additional configuration pages added to this tech sheet.DIP Switchbank A KeyA1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Test Mode (normally Off) Table 1 # of Hi-SpeedA2 and A3. . . . . . . . . . Control amp draw requirements. See Table 1 Pumps/BlowerA4* . . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, displays time in 24 hours (militaryEuropean time) Before Heat Disabled . . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, displays 12 hour time A2 A3A5* . . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, displays temperature in Celsius OFF OFF 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, displays temperature in Fahrenheit * Sets default for user preferences - only applies when persistent memory is reset (A12 On) ON OFF 1 during power-up OFF ON 2A6 . . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Equipment timeout 30 minutes (4 hours for Pump 1 Low) ON ON Up to 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, Equipment timeout 15 minutes (2 hours for Pump 1 Low)A7 . . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Cleanup Cycle – 30 minutes after spa use/timeout, Pump 1 Low & Ozone run for 1 hour . . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, NO Cleanup CycleA8 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Ozone suppressed for 1 hour after pump or blower button press . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, NO Ozone suppressionA9 and A10. . . . . . . . . Circ Pump Behavior settings. See Table 2 Table 2 Circ PumpA11 . . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position (non-circ mode operation) Pump 1 is two-speed, Ozone is ON A9 A10 Behavior in Filter & Cleanup Cycles only (in any circ mode), Pump 1 is one-speed, OFF OFF No Circ Pump Ozone is ON with Circ Pump ON OFF 24 Hr . . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position (non-circ mode operation) Pump 1 is two-speed, Ozone is ON with Pump 1 Low OFF ON 24 Hr w/3°F Shut-Off (in any circ mode) Pump 1 is two-speed, Ozone is ON with Circ Pump ON ON Acts like Pump 1 LowA12 . . . . . . . . . . . . Persistent Memory Reset (used when the spa is powering up) (Filter Cycles, Polls)DIP Switchbank B KeyB1 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, single-speed Pump 2 . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, two-speed Pump 2B2 . . . . . . . . . . . . N/AB3 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Blower is enabled . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, Blower is disabledB4 and B8 . . . . . . . . . Fiber Optic and Color wheel control; Spa Light Enable Note: The Light button on an ML900 panel is a SpaLight button. The Light button on most other panels is an EitherLight button.B5 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Option is enabled - B11 must be OFF . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, Option is disabledB6 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Alternate Panel layout (ML900 scrunching enabled; ML550 and ML700 B8 OFF B8 ON Jets 3 replaces Blower) B4 OFF No separately-controlled fiber light; spa light enabled on both . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, Normal Panel layout SpaLight and EitherLight buttons; fiber light (not wheel) comes onB7 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Spa Light operation is On/Off with spa light (at any intensity) . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, Spa Light operation is dimmable No separately-controlled spa Spa light and fiber light each B4 ONB9 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, single-speed Pump 3 light; fiber light enabled on separately controlled; fiber light . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, two-speed Pump 3 both FiberLight and EitherLight enabled on both FiberLight and buttons; spa light comes on with EitherLight buttons; spa lightB10 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Pump 3 enabled (Jets 3 replaces fiber light enabled on SpaLight buttons only Light button on Aux panel) . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, Pump 3 disabledB11 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Mister enabled . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, Mister disabledB12 . . . . . . . . . . . In “ON” position, Mister or Option replaces Blower button on Aux panels . . . . . . . . . . . In “OFF” position, no button replacement on Aux panelsJumpers KeyJ91 . . . . . . . . . Jumper on 1 Pin only enables Real Time Clock function, for use with time capable panels. Jumper on Pins 1 and 2 will disable RTC function, for use with non-time capable panels. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 6 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A
  7. 7. Electrical Service Configuration Options For DIP Switch Configured System F J95 F2 T 0.5A 250V Single Service (1 x 16 Amp or 1 x 32 Amp) F2 TB1 This option is configured and shipped as the default. 1 J23 J32 For 1 x 32 Amp Service: 2 DIP Switch A2 and A3 can be ON J28 M11 For 1 x 16 Amp Service:L1 3 J26 DIP Switch A2 and A3 must be OFF M1N1 4 K7 K6 J59 J57 J58 HTR2 HTR1 K8 F J95 F2 T 0.5A 250V Dual Service Option (2 x 16 Amp) F2 TB1 Completely remove the white wire from J26 and J32.L2 1 J23 J32 Note: J32 and J23 are electrically identical. The whiteN2 2 wire may be attached to either terminal before removal. J28 M11L1 3 J26 DIP Switch A2 and A3 must be ON M1N1 4 K7 K6 J59 J57 J58 HTR2 HTR1 K8 3-Phase Service Option IMPORTANT - Service MUST include a neutral wire, F J95 F2 T 0.5A 250V with a line to neutral voltage of 230VAC. F2 TB1 Completely remove the white wire from J26 and J32.L3 1 J23 J32 Note: J32 and J23 are electrically identical. The whiteL2 2 wire may be attached to either of these terminals 3 J28 M11 before removal.L1 J26 M1 Completely remove the blue wire from J28 and J57.N 4 Note: J57, J58 and J59 are electrically identical. The blue K7 wire may be attached to any of these terminals before K6 J59 J57 removal. J58 HTR2 HTR1 K8 Move the brown wire from J23 or J32 to J28. DIP Switch A2 and A3 must be ON http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 7 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A
  8. 8. Ozone ConnectionsNote: A special tool is required to remove the pins from the connector body once they are snapped inplace. Check with your Balboa Account Manager for information on purchasing a pin-removal tool. Balboa Ozone connector configuration for 230VAC 50Hz: L Black or Brown Line Conductor Empty White or Blue Neutral Conductor N Empty Flat sides of sockets as shown Balboa J2 J4 J39 J3 J14 K9 Line - Black or Brown conductor 3 J1 Not used Circ Pump K4 2 Neutral - White or Blue conductor 1 Not used N N G N K11 G G BALBOA INSTRUMENTS, INC. GL8000 Mach III COPYRIGHT 2006 MADE IN U.S.A. P/N 22960 REV B J5 J11 J12 K2 G G G A. V. N N N F7 V http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 8 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A
  9. 9. Panel Configurations Note: RTC jumper (J91) on Main PCBA must be OFF (1 pin only) Time Warm Jets 1 Jets 2 Jets 3 OptionTIME CAPABLE F1 F2 PL TL Mode/Prog Cool Invert Fiber Light Blower ML900 PN 52654-01 with Overlay PN 40026 Connects to Main Panel terminal J70, J71, J72, or J73 http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts Page 9 920-925-3094 55470-01_97_A

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