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  1. 1. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094
  2. 2. in.xe table of contentsTable of contentsintroduction ................................................................................... 3warnings .........................................................................................4features ........................................................................................... 5 in.k200in.xe overview keypad overview - overview .......................................................................... 7 - introduction ..................................................................29 - in.xe dimensions .............................................................8 - function description .....................................................30 - in.k200 dimensions .......................................................9 - instructions .....................................................................31in.xe installation - Typical settings .............................................................. 35 - floor installation ............................................................. 10 - wall installation ............................................................... 11 in.xe error codesin.k200 installation and connections Spa pack error codes summary - installing the in.k200 .....................................................12 - in.xe error codes ...........................................................36 - connecting main keypad to in.xe ................................13 - Hr error condition ........................................................38in.xe connections - Prr error condition ........................................................39 - electrical wiring North American model in.xe ...........14 - HL error condition ....................................................... 40 - electrical wiring European model in.xe.ce ................. 16 - Flo error condition .......................................................43 - heater connections ........................................................17 - UPL error condition ......................................................44 - in.link connectors ......................................................... 18 - AOH error condition ....................................................45Power-up & breaker setting .......................................................23 - OH error condition ......................................................46Programing the in xe ...................................................................25Pool and Spa Parts http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale 920-925-3094 1
  3. 3. table of contents in.xeTroubleshooting - Pump 1 doesnt work ....................................................47 - Pump 2 or blower doesnt work .................................50 - Circulation pump doesnt work .................................. 53 - Ozonator doesnt work ................................................ 55 - Nothing seems to work ................................................57 - Spa not heating ............................................................ 60 - Keypad doesnt seem to work ....................................62gfci trips ........................................................................................63in.xe step by step field replacement procedure .....................64how to replace the heater ...........................................................71specifications ...............................................................................74 http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-30942
  4. 4. in.xe Introduction in.xe Entry-level spa system Congratulations! You have purchased one of the finest entry-level spa packs available. To install, use and enjoy your in.xe spa system take the time to carefully read these instructions. The in.xe has been designed for these typical spa configurations: • Single Pump System • Dual Pump System • Pump & Blower System • Dual Pump & Blower System In.xe can be wall-mounted or installed on its mounting base and comes with an integrated heat.wav water heater. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 3
  5. 5. Warnings in.xe WARNINGS: Before installing or connecting the unit, please read the following.* FOR UNITS FOR USE IN OTHER THAN SINGLE-FAMILY * LOW VOLTAGE OR IMPROPER WIRING MAY CAUSE DAMAGE DWELLINGS, A CLEARLY LABELED EMERGENCY SWITCH SHALL TO THIS CONTROL SYSTEM. READ AND FOLLOW ALL WIRING BE PROVIDED AS PART OF THE INSTALLATION. THE SWITCH INSTRUCTIONS WHEN CONNECTING TO POWER SUPPLY. SHALL BE READILY ACCESSIBLE TO THE OCCUPANTS AND SHALL BE INSTALLED AT LEAST 5 FEET (1.52 M) AWAY, ADJACENT * THIS PACK CONTAINS NO SERVICEABLE PARTS. CONTACT AN TO, AND WITHIN SIGHT OF THE UNIT. AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER FOR SERVICE.* ANY DAMAGED CABLE MUST BE IMMEDIATELY REPLACED. * ALL CONNECTIONS MUST BE MADE BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL* TURN POWER OFF BEFORE SERVICING OR MODIFYING ANY ELECTRICAL CODE AND ANY STATE, PROVINCE OR CABLE CONNECTIONS IN THIS UNIT. LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODE IN EFFECT AT THE TIME OF THE INSTALLATION.* TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD AND/OR WATER DAMAGE TO THIS CONTROL, ALL UNUSED RECEPTACLES MUST HAVE A DUMMY PLUG.* THIS CONTROLLER MUST NOT BE INSTALLED IN PROXIMITY OF HIGHLY FLAMMABLE MATERIALS. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-30944
  6. 6. in.xe featuresIn.xe boast a long list of technical features. Each of them stands on its own merits and contributes to bring to in.xe equipped spa ownersthe most advanced solutions available to them: In.put In.kin new input terminal bloc kinetic heat monitoring In.put was designed to ease wire insertion (up to # 4 AWG) First ever UL approved kinetic heating protection manages and connections. Tighter input connection reduces heat water temp. increase generated by pump heat dissipation. generated for increased component lifetime. Hardware protection shuts all accessories off if it senses water overheat. In.seal In.flo watertight protection dry-fire protect In.seal provides extra level of protection against water A new heater safety system located in the in.therm power infiltration. Connectors and power box are designed to box - an all-electronic dry-fire protection. be watertight and no water can be in direct contact with electrical components. In.axess In.t.cip board access prevention water temp. algorithm Electronic components are placed into separate and In.t.cip is an intelligent water temp. refresh algorithm that inaccessible compartments. Only serviceable parts are calculates optimal time to start pumps and get water temp. made accessible to service technicians. readings. In.t.cip continuously readjusts heater start time. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 5
  7. 7. features in.xe In.link In.stik ingenious plugs and connectors automated software upload In.link cables are very cool output and input plugs and In.stik a pen drive with an in.link connector very similar to connectors that come with colored and tagged polarizers. a USB memory stick. It connects to in.xe and contains data Totally waterproof, they are designed to be easily to program or configure its system. In.xe executes the data configured and to ensure that all cables of equipment upload automatically. used to make a spa or an hot tub work properly are well connected at their intended connection port, eliminating any risk of mis-wiring. Specifications Refer to the detailed specification chart printed in Annex. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-30946
  8. 8. in.xe in.xe overview Accessory fuse Pump 2 fuse Pump 1 fuse Pump 1 Pump 2 connector connector 2 connectors for outputs Installation brackets controlled by independent Transformer fuse relays (for oz, cp, light, blower or any other ac- Main power cessories) (120/240 vac entry connection 5 Amp) Door to access power input connectors and fuses Connector for direct 120/240 vac 5 Amp output (for in.play audio or video accessories) Main keypad connector Communication Main power connector (in.stik, in.watch) cable input entry Access to heater connections Mounting feet Bonding lug heat.wav heater Light 12 vac connector (1 amp max)Note: No connectors should remain unplugged. Use blank plugs to fill unused connectors. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 7
  9. 9. in.xe overview in.xein.xe dimensions: Front view Side view 17.38" (441.5 mm) 5.51" (140 mm) 2.75" 11.75" (69.9mm) (298.5 mm) 5.69" (144.5mm) 4.5" (114.3 mm) 19.32" Ø.25" 5.37" (490.7 mm) (6 mm) (136.4 mm) 6" 3" 8.3" (152 mm) (76 mm) (210 mm) Bottom view 4.2" (106.7 mm) 10.8" (275.6 mm) 3.9" Rear view (98.3 mm) 1.2"(30.5mm) Ø.25" (6 mm) 4x http://www.MyPoolSpas.com 11.0" Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 (279.4 mm)8
  10. 10. in.xe in.k200 dimensionsin.k200 dimensions: Features: LED display 4 Keys 8 Light indicators 2" in.link connector (51 mm) Mechanical Specs: Weight: 0.41 kg (0.9 lbs) Dimensions (W x H x D): Front Panel: 4.750" 120 mm x 51 mm x 43 mm (120 mm) (4.75" x 2" x 1.7") Soft gasket Approvals: UV resistance (ASMTD4329) UL, CSA, TUV and CE 1.7" (43 mm) Specifications and design are subject to change without notice. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 9
  11. 11. in.xe installation in.xeFloor installation procedure 4" The following material is Slide back side of the units feet Now firmly attach unit to Note: The spa pack must be recommended: into the guide plate. It should wooden base by using the installed at least 4 inches above easily slide into place. remaining (2) screws backed potential flood level. If floor is 4- # 10 screws of appropriate by (2) washers to fix the front of on ground level, pack should length with round, truss or the foot. be raised at least 4 inches. pan head. 4- washers 1/2 OD x 1/16" Important! thickness. Please note that countersunk screws should not be used asSelect the most appropriate they can damage the powerlocation on the floor for spa box support.pack and firmly attach guideplate to wooden base with (2)screws backed by (2) washers. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309410
  12. 12. in.xe in.xe installationWall installation procedure The following material is In the case of a flat wooden Firmly attach lower mounting Note: Make sure these (2) recommended: surface: select the most holes on each side of the pack screws and (2) washers are appropriate location on wall with the (2) remaining screws installed. They will make 4- # 10 screws of appropriate for the spa pack. A square cut- and (2) washers. the pack stable when input, length with round, truss or out of about 4-inch per side outputs and accessory pan head. will be needed to allow the connectors will be inserted in transformer to fit through it. their ports. 4- washers 1/2 OD x 1/16" thickness. Firmly attach, one at the time, upper mounting holes on each side of the spa pack with (2)Use two (2) standard 2 x4 or screws backed by (2) washers.2x6 wall studs, spaced on16-inch centers to affix the spapack. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 11
  13. 13. Keypad installation & connections in.xeInstalling the in.k200 2 5/8"The keypad should be installed directly onto the spa (or very 66 mmclose to it) so that it is easily accessible to the user.• To install the in.k200, drill two 1” (25 mm) diameter holes at 2 5/8” (67 mm) from center to center as illustrated.• Cut out the material between the two holes (see illustration). ∅ 1" ∅ 1" 25,4 mm 25,4 mm• Clean the installation surface and peel the adhesive gasket from the back of the keypad. 1" dia. drill• Insert keypad and align it correctly, then ensure its properly glued by gently pressing evenly on the entire surface. Gasket with adhesive ∅ 1" 1" 2 5/8 " http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309412
  14. 14. in.xe Keypad installation & connectionsConnecting main keypad to in.xe in.k200The in.k200 comes with a 10 ftcable and an in.link connector.To connect the in.k200, simplyinsert its in.link connectorinto the appropriate keypadconnector (as illustrated) Connect the main keypad in.k200 as indicated here. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 13
  15. 15. Electrical wiring in.xeElectrical wiring North American model in.xe Warning! "For units for use in other than single-family dwellings, a clearly labeled emergency switch shall be provided as part of the installation. The switch shall be readily accessible to the occupants and shall be installed at least 5 feet (1.52 m) away, adjacent to, and within sight of the unit". -----Main electrical box GFCI panel This product must always be connected to a circuit protected by a ground fault interrupter. Proper wiring of the electrical service box, GFCI and in.xe terminal block is essential! Check your electrical code for local regulations. Only copper wire should be used, never aluminum. ----- Disposal of the product The appliance (or the product) must be disposed of separately in accordance with the local waste disposal legislation in force. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309414
  16. 16. in.xe Electrical wiringElectrical wiringNorth American model in.xe bonding lugTo install the wiring for the Strip away 1" of each wire Push the color-coded wires Connect the bonding conduc-in.xe spa control, youll need a insulation. into the terminals as indicated tor to the bonding lug on thePhillips screwdriver and a flat on the sticker and use the flat front of the in.xe Spa Packscrewdriver. Pull the cable through the screwdriver to tighten the (a grounded electrode conduc- cutout of the box and secure it screws on the terminals. tor shall be used to connectLoosen the 2 screws of the Spa with a strain relief (1" NPT strain the equipment grounding con-Pack door and open it. relief; hole diameter: 1.335"). After making sure wire connec- ductors). tions are secure, push themRemove 5 1/2" of cable Make sure that only the uncut back into the box and close theinsulation. sheathing is clamped at this door. Tighten the 2 screws of opening. the Spa Pack door. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 15
  17. 17. Electrical wiring in.xeElectrical wiring North American model in.xe Electrical wiring European model in.xe.ce Single-phase Dual-phaseFor 240 VAC (4 wires) For 120 VAC (*3 wires) In.xe.ce 230 VAC or Warning! 230/400 VACCorrect wiring of the electrical *If connected to a 3 wire In.xe.ce models must alwaysservice box, GFCI, and pack system, no 240 VAC Correct wiring of the electrical be connected to a circuitterminal block is essential. component will work. service box, RCD, and pack protected by a Residual-Call an electrician if necessary. terminal block is essential! Current Device (RCD) having Refer to "Connections a rated operating residual- for 120v heater" section Call an electrician if necessary. current not exceeding 30 mA. of this manual. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309416
  18. 18. in.xe Heater connections N L1 L2 Ground Connections for 230/240 Connections for 120vHeat.wav heater VAC heater (4KW or 2 KW) heater (1KW)In.xe comes with a high A watertight panel protects the The heat.wav heater is factory configured 240v /4 kW (orperformance heat.wav heater. heater and probe connectors. 2KW), but it can be converted to a dedicated 120v / 1kW by aWith no pressure switch, it Removing the panel gives simple switching a cable connection port. (Option available onfeatures in.flo integrated dry- access to in.flo dry-fire NorthAmerican models only).fire protection. protection and hi-limit/regulation probe Heat.wav specification summary: connectors, line 1, line 2 and ground power input cables • Supports 120v or 240v connection ports. • Protected by external breaker (not fused)* • Incoloy® or Titanium (optional) heater element for greater protection against corrosion. Note: European models are 230 or 240 VAC and are fuse protected http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 17
  19. 19. in.link connectors in.xe High Current Integrated latch Low Current Colored & tagged polarizers Low voltageIn.link connectors Latch snap & strain relief Watertight design UL & CEIn.xe features in.links connectors with colored and tagged A latch mechanism is provided The female connector comespolarizers. This new plug and connector technology has been to maintain male and female with a built-in seal ensuring aspecifically designed for easy and safe assembly. The tags are connectors together. The tab watertight connection assemblyinterchangeable depending on the output; the polarizers are provided on the male part gives sealed from moisture anddesigned to avoid misconnections. the operator an audible and water ingress. This sealing is tactile feedback at the insertion intended to be suitable for theIn.link connectors are easily and conveniently accessible from of the cable in the female part. NorthAmerican and Europeanthe front of the pack offering a wide range of possible connection Once the latch is engaged, it standards and the demandingconfigurations. In.link connectors come in 3 sizes (HC, LC and low will prevent both parts from spa environment.voltage) for all types of inputs and output devices. separating unintentionally by vibration or shock. To unplug the male connector, a gentle press on the tab will allow the release of the locking mecha- nism to separate both parts. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309418
  20. 20. in.xe in.link connectorsConnector Map Female connector on Spa Pack Pump 1 Pump 2 Blower Ozonatorconnector connector connector connector 3 6 3 6 2 5 2 5 1 4 1 4 Direct connector HC LC In.link output connectors: Keypad High-Current - HC connectors: connector Output Typical Device Out 1 Pump 1 Comm Out 2 Pump 2 connector Low-Current - LC connectors: (relay controlled) Output Typical Device Light connector Out 3 Blower Out 4 Ozonator Out 5 Audio/video (direct to line) Low-Voltage - LV connectors: Output Typical Device C Main keypad CO Comm.connector (in.stik, in.watch) L1 Light http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 19
  21. 21. in.link connectors in.xeAssembly 240v cable kit in.link for in.xe High Current Low Current Gecko P/N Description Typical use Cable Length Cable in.link HC 2S 600DB0821 dual-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump dual speed) 14/4 96" 15A 240V 8FT Cable in.link HC 1S 600DB0833 single-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump single speed) 14/3 96" 15A 240V 8FT Cable in.link LC 1S 600DB0721 5A 240V 4FT single output loads up to 5 FLA (ozone, blower, circ. pump, DC supply, etc.) 18/3 48" Cable in.link LC 1S 600DB0754 single output loads up to 5 FLA (ozone, circ. pump, DC supply, etc.) 18/3 48" 5A 120V 4FT Cable in.link LV 9920-401022 light 12V 24/4 144" Light 12V 12FT http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309420
  22. 22. in.xe in.link connectorsAssembly 240v cable kit in.link for in.xe (continuation) Assembly 120 v cable kit in.link for in.xe Gecko P/N Description Typical use Gecko P/N Description Typical use LC Keying LC Keying 9917-100894 Keying cable LC - BL - blue 9917-100894 Keying cable LC - BL - blue for Blower cable for Blower cable LC Keying HC Keying 9917-100898 Keying cable LC - O3 - gray 9917-100898 Keying cable LC - O3 - gray for Ozonator cable for Ozonator cable HC Keying HC Keying 9917-100887 Keying cable HC - P2 - violet 9917-100887 Keying cable HC - P2 - violet for Pump 2 cable for Pump 2 cable HC Keying HC Keying 9917-100888 Keying cable HC - P1 - orange for Pump 1 cable 9917-100888 Keying cable HC - P1 - orange for Pump 1 cable http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 21
  23. 23. in.link connectors in.xeAssembly 120 v cable kit in.link for in.xe (continuation) High Current Low Current Gecko P/N Description Typical use Cable Length Cable in.link HC 2S 9920-401239 dual-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump dual speed) 14/4 96" 15A 120V 8FT Cable in.link HC 1S 600DB0857 single-output loads up to 15 FLA (pump single speed) 14/3 96" 15A 120V 8FT Cable in.link LC 1S 600DB0754 single output loads up to 5 FLA (ozone, circ. pump, DC supply, etc.) 18/3 48" 5A 120V 4FT Cable in.link LV 9920-401022 light 12V 24/4 144" Light 12V 12FT http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309422
  24. 24. in.xe Power-up & breaker settingValuable Tips Technical stuffMake sure that all valves are open in the spa plumbing and that you There is no mechanical switch in the in.xe heater. Instead in.xehave a good water flow circulating from the primary pump systems have integrated in.flo technology. The in.flo is an allinto the heater. electronic dry-fire protection device built-in in.xes heater. At power up, in.flo performs a flow check through the following process:Important: a minimum flow rate of 18 gpm is required. Pump 1 starts for 2 min. The display will show "_ _ " during the check flow process. After 2 mins, the system validates proper water flow. In case of failure, the systems tries again. The water temperature is shown on the keypad display. Once the water has reached the set point value plus 0.8 degrees ˚F the heater is turned off. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 23
  25. 25. Power-up & breaker setting in.xe ��Make sure all accessories It is important to specify the The values displayed by the Use Up or Down button toare linked to the bonding current rating of the GFCI used system correspond to 0.8 of select the desired value.connector and connected to insure safe and efficient the maximum amperage Then press Light button to setto pack. current management (and no capacity of the GFCI. breaker rating. GFCI trippings).Turn on the breaker. GFCI Br Press and hold Light button 60 Amp 48 Amp until you access the breaker setting menu. 50 Amp 40 Amp 40 Amp 32 Amp 30 Amp 24 Amp 20 Amp 16 Amp http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309424
  26. 26. in.xe Programing the in xe ��Programming the in.xeusing the keypadAlthough every in.xe spa pack The keypad display will show Use the Up/Down key to If at power-up of the systemis factory set, in certain cases L xx where "xx" represents the choose the new desired low your keypad display showswhen servicing or replacing previous configuration number level configuration number the following message:a new unit in the field, it may registered in the system. and press the Program key "L _ _ ", it means that all lowbe necessary to set a new pre- to confirm the selected level configurations havedetermined low level program configuration (consult the been downloaded, but noconfiguration into the spa pack. configuration selection chart configuration number has section in this manual). been chosen.Follow this simple steps tore-enter the low level pro- If the Program key is not Note: If the keypad in use doesgramming menu using the pressed within 25 seconds, the not have the Program key, usekeypad: unit will exit this menu without the Light key instead. changing any settings.Press and hold the Pump 1 keyfor 30 seconds. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 25
  27. 27. Programing the in xe in.xeLow Level Configuration Selection Chart Heater Config. # P1 P2 BL CP configuration Ozone configuration Filter Type Pump 1 2sp 1sp X Always on --- Clean, P1L P1 2 2sp 1sp X Always on --- Purge CP 3 2sp 1sp X --- On during Filter cycle, with P1 Clean, P1L P1 4 2sp 1sp - Duration filtration On during Filter cycle, with CP Clean, CP P1 5 2sp 1sp - Always on Always on with CP Clean, P1L CP 6 2sp 1sp - Duration filtration On during Filter cycle, with CP Clean, CP CP 7 2sp 1sp - --- On during Filter cycle, with P1 Clean, P1L P1 8 2sp - X --- On during Filter cycle, with P1 Clean, P1L P1 9 2sp - - --- On during Filter cycle, with P1 Clean, P1L P1 10 1sp 1sp X --- On during Filter cycle, with P1 Clean, P1L P1 11 1sp 1sp - Duration filtration On during Filter cycle, with CP Clean, CP P1 12 1sp 1sp - Always on Always on with CP Purge CP http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309426
  28. 28. in.xe Programing the in xein.xe programing field optionsIn the event where none of the pre-determined low level program To access this menu, press and hold Prog. (or Light key) for 30configurations built in the in.xe system suit your spa equipment seconds. Use Up or Down key to choose setting.assembly, its possible to custom configure the in.xe system by Press Progr. key (or Light key) to go to the next parameter.manually entering key parameter settings. Parameter Display Options Description Single-speed = 1 Pump 1 Config Pump #1 configuration Dual-speed = 2 Not installed = 0 Pump 2 Config Single-speed = 1 Pump #2 configuration Dual-speed = 2 Not installed = 0 Blower Config Blower configuration Installed = 1 Not installed = 0 Circ. Pump Config Installed = 1 Circulation Pump configuration Always on = 2 Not installed = 0 Ozone Config During filter cycle = 1 Ozone generator configuration Always on = 2 Circulation pump = 0 Ozone Pump Pump associated to Ozone generator Pump #1 = 1 Standard = 0 Ozone Type Type of Ozone generator Timed = 1 Circulation pump = 0 Heater Pump Pump associated to Heater Pump #1 = 1 http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 27
  29. 29. Programing the in xe in.xe Parameter Display Options Description Purge only = 0 Filter Config With Circ. Pump = 1 Filter cycle configuration With Pump #1, Low speed = 2 °F = 0 Temp. Units Temperature units used on display °C = 1 No time display = 0 Time Format AM/PM format = 1 Clock display format 24H format = 2 Pump #1 1 to 20 amperes (10) Pump #1 High speed current High current Pump #1 Low current 1 to 15 amperes (4) Pump #1 Low speed current Pump #2 1 to 15 amperes (10) Pump #1 Low speed current High current Pump #2 Low current 1 to 15 amperes (4) Pump #2 Low speed current Blower current 1 to 10 amperes (5) Blower current Circ. Pump current 1 to 5 amperes (2) Circulation Pump current Direct current 0 to 5 amperes (1) Direct accessory output current Heater current 4 to 17 (17) Heater current 15 to 48 (on UL/CSA packs) (48) Input current Available household supply current 15 to 32 (on CE packs) (32) http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309428
  30. 30. in.xe Keypad overview in.k200 Compact series of entry-level keypads that gives complete control to wet fingers! In.k200 is a compact keypad designed to be used with Aewares in.xe spa systems. This new series of entry-level keypads comes in a waterproof plastic enclosure and is available in single pump, dual pump; dual pump/blower or pump/blower configurations. Easy to install, in.k200 comes with an in.link connector. Note: The in.xe spa control is also compatible with the following keypads: in.k200, in.k400, in.k450 in.k600 (static). K-19, k-35 and k-8 (with in.link connector). Note: The following instructions are generic and provide a quick overview of the main functions. Please refer to your own QRC for specific functions. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 29
  31. 31. Keypad overview in.xe function description Smart Winter Mode Pump 1 Pump 2 Blower Light Filter Heater Set Point indicator indicator indicator indicator indicator indicator indicator indicator �� Key 1 Key 2 Light key Up/Down key http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309430
  32. 32. in.xe Instructions �� �� �� ��Key 1 Key 2 2 Pump (or single Key 2 (2 Pump/Blower) Light key pump/blower)Press Key 1 key to turn Pump 1 Press Key 2 key to turn Pump 2 Press Key 2 to turn Pump 2 on at Press Light key to turn light on.on at low speed. Press a second or Blower on. Press a second high speed. Pressing a second Press Light key a second time totime to turn pump to high speed time to turn pump or blower off. time turns blower on. A third turn light off.(with a dual-speed pump). press turns Pump 2 off butA third time turns pump off. A built-in timer automatically leaves blower on. A final press A built-in timer automatically turns pump off after a prede- turns blower off. turns light off after a predeter-A built-in timer automatically termined period of time, mined period of time, unless itturns pump off after a prede- unless it has been manually A built-in timer automatically has been manually deactivated.termined period of time, deactivated. turns pump/blower off after aunless it has been manually predetermined period of time, The “Light” indicator lights updeactivated. The “Pump 2” and/or “Blower” unless it has been manually when light is on. indicator lights up when the deactivated.The “Pump 1” indicator lights corresponding output is on.up when Pump 1 is on. With The “Pump 2” and/or “Blower”dual-speed pump, indicator Note: with dual-speed pump, indicator lights up when thewill flash when Pump 1 is on at indicator will flash when Pump corresponding output is on.low speed. 2 is on at low speed. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 31
  33. 33. Instructions in.xe ��Up/Down key Off Mode Programming the system Setting filter cycle durationUse Up or Down key to set This mode allows you to Depending on system configu- Press and hold Light key untildesired water temperature. stop all outputs for 30 min- ration the system performs the display shows dxx, with "xx"The temperature setting will utes to perform a quick spa either purge cycles or filter representing the duration inbe displayed for 5 seconds to maintenance. cycles. hours. (Default: 2 hours).confirm your new selection. Press and hold Key 1 key for Programming filter cycles Use Up or Down key to changeThe "Set Point" icon indicates 5 secs to activate the Off mode. setting.that the display shows the Quick press Key 1 key to reac- To program the filter cycles, you 0 = no filtrationdesired temperature, NOT the tivate the system before the ex- must enter these parameters: 24 = continuouscurrent water temperature! piration of the 30 minute delay. duration and frequency. During filtration a filter cycle, pumps & blower While the Off mode is engaged, run at high speed for one min- Note: its not recommended to the display will toggle between ute to purge the plumbing. set this to "0". OFF and the water temperature. Pump 1 or CP then runs at low speed for the remaining of the cycle. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309432
  34. 34. in.xe Instructions ���� ����Filter cycle frequency Programming purge cycles Purge cycle frequency Setting the temperature display unitsPress Light key again. The dis- To program the purge cycles, Press and hold Light key until Quick press Light key again.play will show Fx, with "x" you must select the frequency. the display shows Fx, with "x" The display will show eitherrepresenting the number of During a purge cycle, all pumps representing the number of °F or °C.filter cycles per day (up to 4). and the blower run for one purge cycles per day (up to 4).(Default: twice a day). minute. Use Up or Down key to change Use Up or Down key to change units.Use Up or Down key to setting.change setting. Press Light key a last time to go When the desired setting is back to normal mode.When the desired setting is displayed, press Light key todisplayed, press Light key to confirm. A purge cycle will start °F = Fahrenheit °C = Celsiusconfirm. A filter cycle will start immediately.immediately. The “Filter” indicator lights upThe “Filter” indicator lights up when a purge cycle is on.when a filter cycle is on. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 33
  35. 35. Instructions in.xeWater temperature regulation Smart Winter Mode CooldownIn a regulation cycle, the system If the readings received from Our Smart Winter Mode After heating the spa water tofirst generates water flow the system are not valid, blanks protects your system from the desired Set Point, the heaterthrough the heater housing (- - -) will be displayed until the cold by turning pumps on is turned off, but its associatedand the plumbing, in order normal readings have been several times a day to prevent pump (Pump 1 Low-speed orto ensure accurate water successfully found. water from freezing in pipes. CP) remains on for a certaintemperature readings as well as The “Smart Winter Mode” amount of time to ensureavoiding heater activation in After verifying pump activation indicator lights up when the adequate cooling of thedry conditions. and taking a water temperature Smart Winter Mode is on. heating element, this prolongs reading if required, the system its useful life.The system verifies periodically automatically turns the heaterthat all parameters are within on to reach and maintain water The heater icon flashes duringnormal range. temperature at Set Point. The this time. “Heater” indicator lights up when the heater is on. It flashes when there is a request for more heat but the heater has not yet started. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309434
  36. 36. in.xe Typical settingsin.xe typical settings:Set Point : 59°F to 104°F / Factory set at 95°FFilter Cycle Duration: 0 to 24 hrs / Factory set at 2hrsFilter Cycle Frequency: 1 to 4 times a day / Factory set at 2Filter Cycle Start: 00:00 to 23:59 / Factory set at 12:00Pump Runtime: 1 to 255 min. / Factory set at 20 min.Light Timeout: 1 to 255 min. / Factory set at 120 min.Max Set Point: 59°F to 104°F / Factory set at 104°F http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 35
  37. 37. Spa pack error codes summary in.xein.xe error codes HrError codes indicate a failure An internal hardware error has been detected in in.xe.condition or a problem whichneeds to be corrected toensure proper functioning ofthe system. Both the error codeand the water temperature arealternatively displayed. Prr The Prr error message indicates a problem with regulation probe.All errors codes will be displayed The system is constantly verifying if temperature probe reading ison the keypad display. within normal limits. HL Water temperature at the heater has reached 119°F. Do not enter spa water! FLO The system did not detect any water flow while the main pump was running. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309436
  38. 38. in.xe Spa pack error codes summaryin.xe error codes UPL No low level configuration software has been downloaded into the system. AOH Temperature inside the spa skirt is too high, causing the internal temperature in the in.xe to increase above normal limits. OH Water temperature in the spa has reached 108°F. Do not enter spa water! Specifications subjet to change without prior notice. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 37
  39. 39. Hr error condition / flow chart & step by step in.xe An internal hardware error has been detected Flow chart Step-by-Step Restart the Replace Spa Pack Spa Pack, and start if problem & stop all persist. outputs. • Restart the Spa Pack and start & stop all pumps and blower. • If error reappears, replace in.xe Spa Pack. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309438
  40. 40. in.xe Prr error condition / flow chart & step by step Regulation probe issue Flow chart Step-by-Step Verify if Replace regulation Replace heater if Spa Pack, probe is problem properly if problem persist. persist. connected. • Verify if regulation probe (located above the heater) is properly connected. • Replace heater if problem persists. • Replace Spa Pack, if problem persists. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 39
  41. 41. HL error condition flow chart in.xe The system has shut down because the temperature at the heater has reached 119°F (48°C). Remove spa cover Wait until spa cools (even during the night) down (add cold water Start blower, if spa is if needed). yes Reset system.* Is weather equipped with one. very hot? no Replace yes Spa Pack. Lower Set Point Do you get Are you getting below actual water a 240 VAC Verify if yes correct water temperature. reading temperature temperature “Heater” indicator between probe is reading on on keypad display the two Take water properly yes the display? no should disappear. heater wires temperature connected. on the with a digital If so, replace board? Pump is thermometer. heater. no overheating Reset system.* water during Is water filter cycle. temp. Lower filter 119°F or Verify if anything If HL error cycle duration. higher? no is obstructing water condition persists, Reset system.* When HL error flow (closed traps replace Spa Pack. yes or dirty filters).* To Reset System: conditionTurn power Off occurs, does Reset system.*and On again at heater barrelthe main breaker. feel hot? ** no Verify if Hi-Limit probe is properly If problem persists, If problem persists,** Warning! handle with care as connected. replace heater. replace Spa Pack.heater may be really hot! Reset system.* http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 40
  42. 42. in.xe HL error condition step-by-step HL Probe & Temp ProbeHLWater temperature at theheater has reached 119°F1• Measure the temperature 2• If reading is below 119°F: 3• If reading is 119°F or higher: with a DIGITAL thermo- meter and compare its a- Check if heater barrel • Verify if the Temp. & High reading with temp. on the feels hot. If it’s hot, verify Limit probes are properly display. Make sure the temp. if anything is obstructing connected. reading is lower than 119°F. water flow (closed valves or dirty filter). • Shut power off and power b- Shut power off and the spa up again to reset power the spa up again the system. to reset the system. • If problem persists, c- If HL error condition replace heater. persists, replace heater. d- If HL error condition • If problem persists, persists, replace Spa Pack. replace Spa Pack. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 41
  43. 43. HL error condition step-by-step in.xe N L1 L2 GroundIf weather is very hot: If hot weather is not a factor: To shorten filter cycle duration:1• Remove spa cover (even 2•Lower Set Point below 3•With a voltmeter, read 6• Press and hold Light key for during the night). Start current water temperature. voltage between the two 5 seconds. Display will show blower if spa is equipped heater terminals. a value that represents the with one. Wait until spa The “Heater” indicator filter cycle duration in hours. cools down (add cold water should disappear from 4•If you do read 240 VAC, if necessary). keypad display. replace Spa Pack. 7•Use Down arrow key to lower the number of hours.• Shut power off and power 5•If you do not read 240 VAC, 0 = no filtration the spa up again to reset pump may be overheating 12 = continuous filtration the system. water during filter cycle. When the desired setting is Shorten filter cycle duration. displayed, press Light key again. The filter cycle will start immediately. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309442
  44. 44. in.xe Flo error condition flow chart The system did not detect any water flow while the primary pump was running. Follow Troubleshooting Flow Chart below to identify the problem: Make sure that the low-level programming has been properly set, with or without circulation pump (depending on your system configuration). Remove anything obstructing filter. Clear yes any air locks Is anything and verify limiting water valves. flow of water into pipes? yesThere must be Is pumpadequate water in workingspa for normal use when you no(a minimum of try to start18 gps must If problem If problem it from Verify ifcirculate through persist, persist, keypad? in.flo cablethe heater) replace replace is properly no connected heater Spa Pack Refer to “Pump not Working” section. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 43
  45. 45. Flo & UPL error conditions step-by-step in.xe in.flo cable No low level configuration software in system! Step-by-StepFLOPrimary pump is activated butthe system doesnt detect anywater flow• Make sure water valves are Follow air lock procedure to open and that water level is clear them. • New low level configuration high enough. • Make sure that the pump software needs to be associated to the heater downloaded into the in.xe• Check and remove anything (primary pump) is running. spa system, without it the obstructing the filter. system will not be operable. • Make sure in.flo cable• Make sure there are no (located above the heater) • Contact our toll free line air locks (or that no object is properly connected. for technical support obstructs the passage of • If problem persists replace (1-800-784-3256). water in the heater channel). heater. Pumps may make strange Note: this line is dedicated noises. • If problem not solved replace Spa Pack. to assist authorized service technicians and dealers only. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309444
  46. 46. in.xe AOH error condition chart & step-by-step Temperature inside the spa equipment compartment is too high Flow chart Step-by-Step Remove spa skirt Ensure and let adequate system Replace water cool Spa Pack, level in down, if problem spa for until persist. normal the error use clears. • There must be adequate water in spa for normal use (a minimum of 18 gps must circulate through the heater). • Remove spa skirt and let system cool down, until the error clears. • If problem persists replace Spa Pack. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 45
  47. 47. OH error condition chart & step-by-step in.xe Water temp. in the spa has reached 108°F Flow chart Step-by-Step Remove spa cover Add cold Replace and let water and Spa Pack, system cool lower filter if problem down, until cycles. persist the errorMeasure water yes clears.temperaturewith a DIGITALthermometer • Measure water temperatureAre you gettingcorrect tempe- with a DIGITAL thermometerrature reading and compare its reading withon the keypad temp. on the display. If temp.display? no reading is different, replace Replace Replace heater. heater, if Spa Pack, problem if problem persist persist • Remove spa cover and let spa cool down. • Add cold water and lower filter cycles. • If problem persists replace Spa Pack. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309446
  48. 48. in.xe "Pump 1 doesnt work" flow chart If Pump 1 is not working, follow this troubleshooting flow chart: Refer to specific section indicated Measure by error message. voltage on Replace the board Pump 1. yes for both yes speeds. yesHave any errormessages (FLO, Is Pump 1OH, HL etc.) working Do you getappeared on in either a 240 VACkeypad display? speed? reading (or 120 VAC for no yes a 120 VAC no Verify if low-level yes Replace no pump) for programming is set Pump 1 fuse. both Replace properly. speeds? Spa Pack. Pump 1 still Does “Pump 1” not working! indicator appear no on keypad display when you press Problem no Pump 1 key? solved. If still not Replace working keypad. replace Spa Pack. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 47
  49. 49. "Pump 1 doesnt work" step-by-step in.xe ��Pump 1 does not work!• Check for an error condition • Verify if “Pump 1” indicator • If “Pump 1” indicator does not appear, use a spare keypad on keypad display. If there appears on keypad display to verify if keypad is defective. is one, refer to specific sec- when you press Key 1 button. tion indicated by the error If it is, replace keypad. condition. If not, replace Spa Pack.• Verify low level program- ming configuration. • If “Pump 1” indicator appears when Key 1 button is pressed, verify if pump works in either speed. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-309448
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