P-15 & P-50 INSTALLATION
- Disconnect all power to the pool system.
DANGER: Risk of electrical shock. This step should be performed by qualified personnel. Locate a space for the Electrode Chamber - after the filter on the return line back to the pool.
- Turn off the pump and close all the valves.
- Using a hack saw, cut a 3-4 inch gap in the PVC pipe. Sand any burrs off of the pipe.
- Dry the pipe and clean then ends with PVC primer/cleaner. Use supplied Reducer
Bushings for installation of the Electrode Chamber into the 1 ½ in. pipe. Be sure to push the
Reducer Bushing all the way into the Tee. Apply pressure for 30 seconds until the cement sets.
- For the P-15 model, the Tee should be installed so that the Electrode cell is either perpendicular or parallel to the ground. Do not point the Electrode cell downward as air pockets will cause uneven Electrode wear and decreased performance. Any installation orientation on a vertical pipe will be correct.
For the P-50 and P-100 model, the Tee must be installed at a 5 degree offset from horizontal to avoid trapping debris and to prevent air pocket formation.
- Swab PVC glue on the inside of the Tee and the ends of the pipe. After installing the Tee, be sure to hold firmly in place for 30 seconds before releasing.
- Wrap Teflon tape around the treads on the Electrode cap prior to screwing it into the Electrode cell.
For the P-15, screw in the Electrode cell so that water will pass between the two bars.
For the P-50 and P-100, align the visible connections on the Electrode housing in parallel with the flow of water.
- Secure the Electrode connections with the supplied nut and torque to “finger tight”.
WARNING: Torque exceeding finger tight may break the water seal as well as damaging the connector.
CAUTION: INSTALLATION SHOULD BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON IN
ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL ELECTRICAL STANDARDS AND BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS. CONSULT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR
INSTALLATION SERVICES. DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THE POOL CIRCULATION SYSTEM PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
- Determine input voltage; 120 VAC or 240 VAC. Set switch, locate on back of printed Circuit Board, to proper input voltage position. ALL SYSTEMS ARE PRESET TO 240 VAC
CAUTION: Improper voltage will damage the Controller.
- Securely mount the Controller to a vertical surface in accordance with important safeguard and precautions. Make sure there is sufficient cable to accommodate wire connections between the Controller, the Electrode Chamber and the Power Source.
- WARNING: CONTROLLER MUST OPERATE ONLY WHILE THE CIRCULATION SYSTEM IS RUNNING.
- Use liquid tight flexible conduit between the Power Source and the Controller.
- Use plastic jacketed conductors between the Electrode Chamber and the Controller.