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® Pool Pilot Salt Chlorine Generator Swimming Pool & Spa Purification System Models: 75090, 75090-TL, and 75091 For use with RC-11 & RC-35/22 Cells, ONLY! Owner’s Manual Installation and Operation IMPORTANT ! Read This Manual Before Installing or Operating INSTALLER: T ’...
TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTACT INFORMATION ....................4 What We Need to Know If You need To Contact Us............. 4 SAFETY INFORMATION ..................... 5 SPECIFICATIONS ........................ 7 Chlorine Output ........................7 Manifold Flow Requirements ....................7 Agency Approvals ........................7 How Your Chlorine Generator Works ..................
TABLE OF CONTENTS REFERENCE SECTION ....................17 Standard Pool Salt ....................17 Salt Addition Chart ....................17 Basic Water Chemistry - Salt ................... 18 Saturation Index (SI) - Salt ..................19 E4aqua ........................20 E4aqua Addition Chart ..................... 20 Basic Water Chemistry - E4aqua ................21 Saturation Index (SI) - E4aqua ................
CONTACT INFORMATION What We Need to Know If You need To Contact Us... If you should need to call AquaCal AutoPilot for questions, service, or parts, please have the following information ready: INSTALLER - Please record the following information prior to installation:...
If you determine that a service call is necessary, your installer can be one source of service, or AquaCal AutoPilot Customer Support can recommend a service company. Please note that warranties may be voided if the chlorinator has been installed, operated, maintained, or repaired improperly.
Failure to heed the following may result in equipment CAUTION ! damage. The AquaCal AutoPilot Chlorinator must be installed and operated as specified. Failure to do so will void the equipment warranty. Failure to heed the following may result in equipment CAUTION ! damage.
SPECIFICATIONS Input Power: Model 75090 ....: 110-120 VAC, 2.0 Amp Maximum, with standard 115 VAC plug Model 75090-TL ....: 110-120 VAC, 2.0 Amp Maximum, with twist-lock plug Model 75091 ....: 220-240 VAC, 1.0 Amp Maximum Chlorine Output: SuperCell Type Water Chemistry Max lbs/day...
SPECIFICATIONS What is included: Although the manifold assembly may be sold separately, both a manifold and an AG Control Center are required for a complete installation. The standard cell & manifold assembly is available with the RC- 11 or RC-35/22 residential cell. Before attempting the installation, verify the following items have been included with the Control Center: 75092 (FLOATING CELL PARTS) Quantity...
INSTALLATION Basic System Overview: The AG unit is a salt chlorination system for pool or spa purification, and is designed to operate in the following configurations: Shown with Floating-Cell Manifold Assembly Good news, no plumbing required for this type of manifold assembly Failure to heed the following may result in permanent WARNING ! injury or death.
INSTALLATION Plumbing the Floating-Cell Manifold Assembly (75092): STEP-1: Select the area where you would like the swan to float: Confirm floating cell’s cable will still reach power center as swan floats in pool. The cell cable is 25’ long. Make sure that cord will not become a tripping hazard when in pool. STEP-2: Assemble swan as shown: Unscrew the GRATE from the bottom of the RC-11 Cell (The grate is included with the cell as Part # RC-11-ML-CC25)
INSTALLATION STEP-2: The manifold will accept an RC-11 or RC35/22 residential cell; use of any other cell may damage the power supply and the equipment warranty will be voided. CAUTION! Use RC-11 or RC-35/22 cell ONLY. Install the cell into the manifold. Tighten the unions by hand for a watertight seal.
INSTALLATION Electrical Connections: All electrical connections should be made by a licensed electrician or certified electrical contractor. The AG 75090 and 75090-TL have been configured for 115-VAC operation. The AG 75091 has been factory configured for 230-VAC operation. The configuration can be changed in the field. The reconfiguration from 110 to 230-VAC requires removal of the power cord, and changing jumpers inside the unit.
INSTALLATION Hard Wired: Low Voltage Wiring: 1. The SuperCell cable connector (75093 & 75094 only) is keyed and must be aligned to connect properly. Line up the cell cord and plug into the cell cord connector located on the bottom right of the AG base plate.
PREPARING THE POOL WATER Installer Please Note: When properly sized to the site, the AG will meet the sanitizer “maintenance” requirements of the pool/ spa. The AG is not designed to chlorine shock treat, or build up a chlorine residual, when starting with a zero or very low chlorine level.
PREPARING THE POOL WATER Using Standard Pool Salt Adding Salt: Type of Salt to Add... It is important to use Sodium Chloride (NaCl) salt that is greater than 99% pure. Acceptable types of salt include granular food grade, water softener pellets, or solar salt flakes; these are usually available in 25-lb to 80-lb bags at local pool or building supply outlets.
OPERATION Adjusting Chlorine Output: 1 Start with prepared pool water as described in prior section. 2 Test pool water for free chlorine. 3 If free chlorine level is not at least 1 ppm, add liquid chlorine to insure a 1 -3 ppm free chlorine residual.
REFERENCE SECTION Standard Pool Salt Salt Addition Chart: To use this chart: 1 Find current salt level (ppm or g/l) in the left column. 2. Find pool/spa volume in the second row (Gallons or Liters). 3. Find the amount of salt needed to bring pool to the ideal level by finding the intersection of the row and column.
REFERENCE SECTION Standard Pool Salt Basic Water Chemistry - Salt: The AG unit is designed to produce chlorine on a daily basis. To monitor the system’s efficiency, the water chemistry ranges, and schedule of periodic checks—per below—should be followed. Failure to heed the following may result in equipment CAUTION ! damage.
REFERENCE SECTION Standard Pool Salt Saturation Index (SI) - Salt: The Saturation Index is a formula used to predict the calcium carbonate saturation of water, that is, whether your water will precipitate, dissolve, or be in equilibrium with calcium carbonate. Water is properly balanced if the SI is 0 ±...
REFERENCE SECTION Adding E4aqua: The following instructions and chart should be used for seasonal start up of an above ground pool using ® ® the AG in conjunction with E4aqua additive package. E4aqua additive is used in applications where a lower salt concentration is desired. Note that lower salt will result in lower chlorine output. The AG unit is designed to produce chlorine on a daily basis.
REFERENCE SECTION Basic Water Chemistry - E4aqua: Failure to heed the following may result in equipment CAUTION ! damage. Excessively high chlorine levels can cause premature cell failure and corrosion damage to pool fixtures and equipment. Failure to heed the following may result in equipment CAUTION ! damage.
REFERENCE SECTION Saturation Index (SI) - E4aqua: The Saturation Index is a formula used to predict the calcium carbonate saturation of water, that is, whether your water will precipitate, dissolve, or be in equilibrium with calcium carbonate. Water is properly balanced if the SI is 0 ± 0.3. If SI is greater than 0.3, scaling and staining will occur. If SI is less than -0.3, then the water is corrosive to metallic fixtures and aggressive to plaster surfaces and vinyl liners.
MAINTENANCE Fuse Location and Ratings: Failure to heed the following may result in permanent WARNING ! injury or death. ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD... Turn off the electrical power to unit before servicing. To inspect or service fuse: • Disconnect power to power supply. •...
MAINTENANCE Servicing the SuperCell REMEMBER: the AG system is to be used ONLY with an RC-11 or RC-35/22 cell. Use of any other cell may cause equipment damage and void warranty. The SuperCell may require removal for periodic visual inspections, or for servicing when debris or calcium mineral deposits develop.
MAINTENANCE Manual Cleaning of the SuperCell... Failure to heed the following may result in equipment CAUTION ! damage. Scraping or scratching the titanium blade’s edge or surface will damage the blade catalyst coating and cause premature failure of the cell... warranty will be voided. Never use any sharp or metallic objects to remove scale.
MAINTENANCE Important Information Critical to the Survival of Your Chlorinator Winterizing Failure to heed the following may result in equipment CAUTION ! damage. Special measures are required in the event of freezing conditions. Your Pool Pilot may be dam- aged if measures are not taken in advance of freezing conditions. Equipment damage due to freezing conditions is NOT covered under the equipment warranty.
TROUBLESHOOTING Message Displayed Problem Typical Solution 1. Turn on the circulation pump. no FLO Chlorine generation 2. Turn the control valves to the correct position to allow water has stopped due to on 75094 flow through the manifold. insufficient water 3.
TROUBLESHOOTING Typical Solution Message Displayed Problem Normal display There are no warning 1. Check pool chemistry parameters. (See Water Balance & Chemistry messages on the Recommendations in the Owner’s Quick Start section of manual.) display but the The cyanuric acid level may be low and the chlorine is being consumed chlorine level is too quickly by the UV from the sun.
APPENDIX Declaration of Conformity Declaration of Conformity (according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014) Manufacturer’s Name: Aquacal Autopilot Inc. Manufacturer’s Address: 2737 24 Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida USA 33713. declares that the product: Product Name: Pool Pilot AG...
2737 24th St. North St. Petersburg, FL 33713 1-727-823-5642...