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Personal Digital Assistant  PDA REQUIREMENTS  Following are the minimum requirements for the PDA:   !     Palm OS 3.5 or H...
PDA Setup  GENERAL (continued)  WARNING: In order to interface with the control, power must be on. Working under  these ci...
PDA Setup                (continued) SERV-SOFT UPLOAD (continued) This is a self-extracting program. Tap it and it will be...
PDA Setup                (continued) SERV-SOFT UPLOAD (continued) Tap the Menu icon shown at the bottom of the PDA screen,...
PDA Setup                   (continued) Under the heading “Profile Selection Window”, type Hydro-Quip exactly as it appear...
Low Level Programming  To access and complete Low Level Programming of the Hydro-Quip control system,  follow these instru...
Low Level Programming                              (continued) Apply power to the control system. Position PDA’s infrared ...
Low Level Programming                                  (continued) Once contact has been established, tap the 7th icon (fr...
Additional Features  The 7 icons across the top of the display allow you to access additional features  and diagnostics av...
Additional Features                (continued)                                                                     i      ...
Additional Features                      (continued) Advanced Tools (continued) Test outputs - Tap this button to obtain t...
Additional Features               (continued)                                 Documentation:                              ...
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NOTES Use this section to jot down any information (such as specific programming settings) you may need in the future.    ...
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  1. 1. PALM PILOT PROGRAMMINGhttp://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  2. 2. Personal Digital Assistant PDA REQUIREMENTS Following are the minimum requirements for the PDA: ! Palm OS 3.5 or Higher ! Memory RAM capacity 8MB. A PDA with 2MB (like Palm M100 or the Zire) may be incompatible with the software ! The software takes approximately 1.2MB of memory Once the PDA has been selected, install all the necessary software and hardware onto your desktop or laptop computer. You will now have Hot-Sync capability; this is the ability to transfer information from the desktop to the PDA. GENERAL In order to adjust the low level programming, a PDA and Pocket-tek interface module (ADIR-1 cartridge) must be used (see illustration below). 12:00pm All + X= ADIR-1 a 1 Communication Cartridge ADIR-1 Communication Cartridge Pocket tek PDA ADIR-1http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 1 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  3. 3. PDA Setup GENERAL (continued) WARNING: In order to interface with the control, power must be on. Working under these circumstances requires that extreme caution be used in order to prevent injury. The PDA must be pre-configured with the necessary software (Soft Serve 2) in order to access these features. Follow the instructions below to configure the PDA for use with Hydro-Quip control systems. SERVE-SOFT UPLOAD The Serve-Soft program (ServSoft_V2_00-080803b.prc) must be up-loaded to the PDA by way of the Hot-Sync operation. The program must first be loaded onto your computer. You may have received it in the form of an attachment via e-mail or perhaps on a disc. In either case locate the program on your hard drive using Windows Explorer and double click it. The System will advise you that the program has been loaded onto your Documents-To-Go folder and will be up-loaded to your PDA on the next Hot-Sync operation. The program requires approximately 1.23MB of internal PDA memory. You must have at least this much available before starting this process or it will not work. Once this is ensured and the program is ready to up-load, perform the Hot-Sync operation. You will get a new icon on the Application Launch screen on the PDA called “Setup2”. 2 12:00pm All 2 Ssoft2 Setup2 + X= a 1http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 2 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  4. 4. PDA Setup (continued) SERV-SOFT UPLOAD (continued) This is a self-extracting program. Tap it and it will begin the extraction process automatically. Upon completion, the “Ssoft2” (Serv Soft 2) icon will replace the “Setup2” icon. 2 12:00pm All 2 Ssoft2 + X= Ssoft2 a 1 In addition, the program will up-load Adobe Acrobat Reader for PDA, this is so you can access manuals and technical information that come with the software. 12:00pm All Acrobat Acrobat + X= a 1 Tap the Serve-Soft icon with the stylus to launch the program. Initially the program will give you access to only QRC and FAQ information. This is because the main program must be unlocked by way of a user name and password combination. Documentation: Documentation: QRC QCC FAQ QRC QCC FAQ Service manuals Service manuals System Config.: System Config.: Jumper / low level Connector locator Documentation + X= Jumper / low level a 1 Connector locatorhttp://www.MyPoolSpas.com 3 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  5. 5. PDA Setup (continued) SERV-SOFT UPLOAD (continued) Tap the Menu icon shown at the bottom of the PDA screen, usually it is located next to the graffiti window and is shown as a heading with an arrow pointing down. Documentation: QRC QCC FAQ Service manuals System Config.: Jumper / low level Connector locator Documentation + X= a 1 The “Profile” menu will appear at the top of the screen. Below it will be “change”, tap here to open the password window. Profil Software About Profil Software About Change Change QRC QCC FAQ Service manuals System Config.: Jumper / low level Connector locator Documentation + X= a 1http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 4 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  6. 6. PDA Setup (continued) Under the heading “Profile Selection Window”, type Hydro-Quip exactly as it appears here. Capital letters and hyphens are important. Next under “Password”, type Hq92u1, again paying close attention to the exact characters. Profile selection window New profile: Hydro-Quip Profile selection window New password: Hq92u1 New profile: Hydro-Quip New password: Hq92u1 Cancel Register Cancel Register + X= a 1 The “Unlocked” window should appear with “Registration Accepted”. Tap on “OK”. You will now have limited access to the Service Manuals, Low Level Programming as well as other information and features. To obtain full access proceed to the “System Update” section that follows. Profile selection window New profile: Unlocked Profile selection window New profile: Unlocked i Registration accepted i Registration accepted OK OK + X= a 1http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 5 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  7. 7. Low Level Programming To access and complete Low Level Programming of the Hydro-Quip control system, follow these instructions: Insert the ADIR-1 Cartridge into the two alignment slots ensuring the 12-pin connector is full inserted. The cartridge will only fit one way, if it does not insert easily, do not force it. Pocket tek Communication Cartridge ADIR-1http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 6 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  8. 8. Low Level Programming (continued) Apply power to the control system. Position PDA’s infrared transmitter in front of the ADIR-1 cartridge receiver. Launch the Serve-Soft 2 application on the PDA. With the PDA positioned correctly, the application will launch and immediately initiate contact with the system. The following screen will appear. (If this screen does not appear, you will need to reconnect with the system.) Locate the large “Dot” on the lower section of the screen and tap it with the stylus. This will initiate contact with the systems printed circuit board (PCB).ICONS i i Documentation: Documentation: QRC QCC FAQ Service manuals System Config.: QRC QCC FAQ Jumper / low level Connector locator Service manuals Documentation System Config.: + X= Jumper / low level a 1 Connector locator Spa Info “DOT”http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 7 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  9. 9. Low Level Programming (continued) Once contact has been established, tap the 7th icon (from left) to display the low level access screen. Tap “Low Level” on the screen to access the low level parameters. ACCESS i ICON Documentation: QRC QCC FAQ Service manuals System Config.: Jumper / low level Connector locator Documentation System Config.: + X= a 1 Jumper / low level You can now scroll through the parameters (using the arrows in the lower right corner of the screen) and make changes as desired. To change a parameter, tap the “dotted outlined box” under the parameter heading you wish to access. Each tap will sequence through each setting available under this heading. Set each parameter repeating these simple steps. Once all changes are complete tap “Send modification” to complete this operation. i i Pump #1 config: Two-speed (02) Pump #1 config: Pump #2 config: Two-speed (02) Two-speed (02) Pump #3 config: Pump #2 config: Single-sp 20 minutes (01) Send modification Read pack Low Level Settings Two-speed (02) Pump #3 config: + X= Single-sp 20 minutes (01) a 1 Send modification Read pack Low Level Settingshttp://www.MyPoolSpas.com 8 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  10. 10. Additional Features The 7 icons across the top of the display allow you to access additional features and diagnostics available when using the PDA. i SPA INFO i TSPA-1 Soft #: 9936-100374 Rev02.00 Bootloader rev: 4 Spa Info Tap the first icon to obtain specific information + X= regarding circuit board configuration and software a 1 version. i Spa time: 12:00 PM Spa temp: 98 BF Set point: 104 BF Filtering: OffCURRENT STATES Freezing risk: None Error Message: PS Closed Current States Tap the second icon to obtain information on current + X= spa status. a 1 i Spa time: 12:00 PM SET Set point: 70 BF SET Temp. Unit: BF SPA SETUP Spa setup Tap the third icon to obtain the systems clock, + X= temperature and filtration settings. These settings a 1 can also be modified if desired.http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 9 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  11. 11. Additional Features (continued) i Pocket otek About About Tap the center icon to obtain information about the + X= diagnostic PDA software. a 1 i Select problem categories: 3 flashing dotsTROUBLESHOOTING Diagnostic Troubleshooting Tap the fifth icon to obtain specific information about + X= the various error message. Tap the “Diagnostic” a 1 button within this screen to show possible corrective action. i Test outputs View error log View statisticsADVANCED TOOLS Advanced tools Tap the sixth icon to access advanced tools. + X= (Continued on next page) a 1 http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 10 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  12. 12. Additional Features (continued) Advanced Tools (continued) Test outputs - Tap this button to obtain the current state of each electrical output of the system, its status will be outlined with a dotted line. Tap the status within the dotted line to change the state of that particular output. View error log - Tap this button to access a list of the last 25 error messages that have been generated by the system with detailed information as to the time and day when it occurred. Tap the “reset” button to erase the log and begin a new log. Tap the “refresh” button to obtain the most current information from the system. Tap the arrow pointing “right” to obtain a summary of the errors. View statistics - Tap this button to access statistical information about the system such as how long the system has been in use, how long since the last power up, etc. Tap the “right” arrow (lower right of screen) to view specific information about each of the outputs. Tap the “right” arrow (lower right of screen) again to view minimum and maximum temperatures recorded by the system during its operation. Any of these statistics may be reset by tapping the reset button on the screen. i i Test outputs View error log Test outputs View statistics View error log Advanced tools View statistics + X= a 1 Advanced toolshttp://www.MyPoolSpas.com 11 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  13. 13. Additional Features (continued) Documentation: QRC QCC FAQ Service manuals System Config.: i Documentation: QRC QCC FAQ Jumper / low level Service manuals System Config.:Documnetation Connector locator Jumper / low level Connector locator Documentation + X= Tap the seventh icon to access the original screen a 1 accessed during the initial “connection” step above. At any time tap the “left” arrow to go back the previous screen.http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 12 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
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  15. 15. NOTES Use this section to jot down any information (such as specific programming settings) you may need in the future. Pump 1 Pump 2 Pump 3 Blower Circ. Pump Light Ozone Current Time Fomat TSC Used 85-0137 Rev.1 09/03http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 14 Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094

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