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Jandy AquaPure APURE700 Installation And Operation Manual

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Installation and Operation Data
Installation and
Operation Manual
®
Jandy
AquaPure
Electronic Chlorine
Generator
APURE700 and APURE1400
Patent Pending
FOR YOUR SAFETY - This product must be installed and serviced by a pro fes sion al pool/spa
service technician. The procedures in this manual must be followed ex act ly. Failure to follow
warning notices and instructions may result in property damage, serious injury, or death.
WARNING

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  • Page 1 Jandy AquaPure Electronic Chlorine Generator APURE700 and APURE1400 Patent Pending WARNING FOR YOUR SAFETY - This product must be installed and serviced by a pro fes sion al pool/spa service technician. The procedures in this manual must be followed ex act ly. Failure to follow...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Connection to an AquaLink® RS Control Problems and Corrective Action ......32 System ...............14 Service Codes ............35 3.6.1 Wiring to a Jandy AquaLink RS ....15 Additional Letter Codes ........35 3.6.2 Wiring Multiple AquaPure Units to a Jandy AquaLink RS ......15 Section 8. Temperature Conversion ....36 Section 4.
  • Page 4: Section 1. Safety Information

    Page 4 Safety Information Section 1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: WARNING To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely...
  • Page 5: Save These Instructions

    (e.g. acids, chlorine, salt, stabilizers, etc.). As such, Jandy Pool Products, Inc. does not warrant or guarantee that the chlorinated water generated by the AquaPure will not damage or destroy certain types of plants, decking, coping and other materials in and around your pool and/or spa.
  • Page 6: Section 2. System Description

    Page 6 Section 2. System Description ORP Unit Options List (Control Signal from ORP Unit to 1. ORP/External Control Interface ORP Interface/Aux Board) AquaPure 2. ORP/Freeze Control Unit 3. Heater Control Center Heater Pump Filter Pool Intake Spa Intake Cell with Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor Pool Return Spa Return...
  • Page 7: Electrical Specifi Cations

    Front PCB Test Points Test Points To Earth Blk/Red Reverse Side Common Bonding Point Green Test Points DC Cord 22 - 30 VDC L to U Back From Front Black / White Stripe Figure 2. APURE700 and APURE1400 Wiring Diagram...
  • Page 8: Section 3. Installation Instructions Model Apure700 And Apure1400

    Page 8 Section 3. Installation Instructions Model APURE700 and APURE1400 3.1 Materials and Tools NOTE Salt not included. See pages 17 - 20. Installation Materials Furnished Tools Needed for Installation (1 ea.) Electrolytic Cell with 2”-2.5” Universal Unions Tape Measure (1 ea.)
  • Page 9: Recommended Cell And Sensor Orientation

    Page 9 3.2.1 Recommended Cell and Sensor Orientation Shown below are four different cell and sensor orientations. The third port on the cell is designed for installation of the sensors and for quick viewing of the cell plates. The Minimum Flow Rate is 30 GPM (114 LPM).
  • Page 10: Recommended Plumbing Confi Guration

    fl ow for the Cell to operate. AquaLink RS Control System AquaPure/ Clormatic Cell Heater Heater Bypass for Sensor Spillover JANDY Pool Figure 4. Recommended Plumbing Confi guration for Pool/Spa Combination Systems AquaLink RS Control System Heater AquaPure/ ClorMatic Cell Pool...
  • Page 11: Installing Apure700 And Apure1400 6.2 Control Center

    Page 11 3.3 Installing APURE700 and APURE1400 Control Center Locate the control center as close to the pump and fi ltration system as possible. Make sure that the DC power cord and the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor cable can reach that section of pipe selected for the Cell and Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor installation.
  • Page 12: Earth Bonding (Grounding)

    Earth Bonding Point. Never ground pool pump to the chassis backplate. 3.5 Installing the APURE700 and APURE1400 Cell and Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor NOTE: Maximum Operating Pressure is 345 kPa or 50 PSI - Minimum Flow Rate is 30 GPM (114 LPM).
  • Page 13 Page 13 WARNING Do not operate the electrolytic cell without water circulation. A buildup of fl ammable gases can result in FIRE or EXPLOSION. Universal Union Sometimes Not Covered Salinity Studs Cell Temperature Sensors Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor Face must be clean at all times for proper operation Connector Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor...
  • Page 14: Connection To An Aqualink® Rs Control System

    Jandy AquaLink RS is in control. Adjustment of the AquaPure chlorine production rate or Boost mode can be controlled from the main menu of the Jandy AquaLink RS or the AquaPure control box at the equipment. Boost mode may be activated from the AquaPure while the AquaLink RS is online. The AquaLink RS offers individual pool and spa settings for output %.
  • Page 15: Wiring To A Jandy Aqualink Rs

    Wiring AquaPure Power to an AquaLink RS Power Center The Jandy AquaLink RS and AquaPure use a four (4) wire connection to communicate and can be wired up to 500 feet apart. Any outdoor rated four (4) conductor cable, minimum 22 AWG, can be used. Locate the appropriate screw terminals on the circuit board according to Figure 12.
  • Page 16: Section 4. Pool Water Preparation

    Page 16 Section 4. Pool Water Preparation 4.1 Determining Pool Size (m of Water in Your Pool) • Rectangular Pools Average length (meters) x average width (meters) x average depth (meters) = m capacity. • Circular Pools Diameter (meters) x diameter (meters) x average depth (meters) x 0.79 = m capacity.
  • Page 17: Selecting Model Size

    Page 17 4.3 Selecting Model Size Model APURE700 Model APURE1400 Chlorine Production Chlorine Production 283 gm (0.625 lbs) per 24 Hour period. 567 gm (1.25 lbs) per 24 Hour period. Residential Pools Residential Pools One (1) unit per 45 m...
  • Page 18: Optimum Pool Water Conditions

    Page 18 New Pool Water in a recently fi lled or newly refi nished pool may contain undesirable matter. This undesirable matter could interfere with the AquaPure’s ability to chlorinate properly. Make sure the water is tested by a pool professional and properly balanced before turning on the AquaPure. 4.5 Optimum Pool Water Conditions In accordance with Association of Pool &...
  • Page 19: How Much Salt To Use

    Page 19 4.7.3 How Much Salt to Use? Use Table 1 to determine how much salt will be needed. Most pools contain some salt depending on the water source and chemicals used for sanitizing. If the AquaPure has not been wired and turned on yet, a hand held meter calibrated for NaCl (salt) can be used to determine the existing salt concentration of the water.
  • Page 20 (e.g. acids, chlorine, salt, stabilizers, etc.). As such, Jandy Pool Products, Inc. does not warrant or guarantee that the chlorinated water generated by the AquaPure will not damage or destroy certain types of plants, decking, coping and other materials in and around your pool and/or spa.
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  • Page 22 Page 22 Table 2. Approximate Pounds (kg) of Salt Needed to Maintain 3.0 gpl (3,000 PPM) Salt Concentration. Before Salt Addition Required Salt Concentration Before Salt Addition Required Addition per 1000 gallon pool capacity Addition per 1000 gallon pool capacity 0.0 gpl 25.6 lbs (11.6 kg)
  • Page 23: Section 5. Operating Instructions

    Page 23 Section 5. Operating Instructions DIRECTIONS FOR ADDING SALT Broadcast or Spread Salt into Shallow End of Pool. Do Not Add Salt through Skimmers, Main Drain or Surge Tank. Set Unit to "00" % for 24 Hours. The AquaPure must read "00" for 24 hours after the salt has been added and circulated in the pool.
  • Page 24 Page 24 The AquaLink RS Control System must be set to Service Mode before Chlorine Production Rate you can change the chlorine production levels from the AquaPure (more or less) Adjustment with AquaLink RS Online Service Panel. Press the Mode Select button to move the AquaLink RS from Auto AquaLink RS Power Center Mode into Service Mode.
  • Page 25: Reading The Display

    Page 25 5.2 Reading the Display indicator shows that the cell has been turned on by the Cell On CELL ON control center. Some reasons for the indicator not being on CELL ON during normal operation, are: set to 00%, CHLORINE PRODUCTION set to less than 100% and CHLORINE PRODUCTION...
  • Page 26: Operation

    Page 26 Beeper operation and volume control can be adjusted. Beeper Control To adjust volume control, press and hold the button TEMPERATURE for 15 seconds. The system will beep once when pressed, once after 10 seconds and once after 15 seconds. Release the key after the third beep. Press the button within 5 seconds to enter the temperature change Salinity...
  • Page 27: Startup

    Page 27 If you use a Pool Pump Timer. The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP) recommends that all water in a residential pool pass through the fi ltration system at least once every 12 hours (referred to as pool water turnover).
  • Page 28: Operating In Winter

    Page 28 After 24 hours, use a reliable test kit to test the pool water for free active chlorine. The ideal range to maintain is 1-3 PPM. If the chlorine content of the pool water is too low, increase chlorine production .
  • Page 29: Section 6. User Maintenance Instructions

    Page 29 Section 6. User Maintenance Instructions The following information describe how to care for your AquaPure. 6.1 Daily None. 6.2 Weekly Chlorine Test. Test pool water chlorine level with a reliable test kit. Maintain ideal range by adjusting the AquaPure chlorine production rate as discussed on pages 25 through 26 steps 3, 4, and 5. Recommended Free Chlorine is 1-3 PPM.
  • Page 30 Page 30 “Scale” is a white crusty deposit that forms in excessively hard water or from pool water that is out of balance and in a scaling condition. Following the installation of the AquaPure, check the cell once a month for several months. If the cell is clean, replace and re-check at the end of each swimming season.
  • Page 31: Winterizing

    Page 31 Thoroughly rinse the Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor with clean tap water. Replace and resume normal operation. Turn power off and back on in order to recalibrate and reset Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor. Reset anytime Flow/Temp/Salinity Sensor is unplugged. 6.6 Winterizing Very little chlorine is needed in cold water. Below 51 Degrees Fahrenheit chlorine production is not permitted, i.e., operating chlorinator in cold water might allow the pool water to become over chlorinated.
  • Page 32: Section 7. Troubleshooting

    Page 32 Section 7. Troubleshooting NOTE: Turn off power to unit prior to attempting service or repair. 7.1 Problems and Corrective Action Problem Possible Cause Corrective Action Low or no chlorine. Low stabilizer (cyanuric acid) level in pool water. Add stabilizer to maintain 50 - 75 PPM per pool professional’s recommendations..
  • Page 33 Page 33 Corrective Action Problem Possible Cause “Cell On” indicator does not come on. Chlorine Production set to 00%. Adjust CHLORINE PRODUCTION to desired Percentage. If No Flow also…. Insuffi cient water fl ow. Cell is plugged with debris, Remove obstruction and/or clean cell. See Page pump has lost prime.
  • Page 34 Page 34 Problem Possible Cause Corrective Action “Service” Indicator On. Low salt level in pool water. Test salinity. Add salt as described on pages 17 through 20. Cell requires cleaning. Refer to Maintenance Procedure for acid wash cleaning. See pages 27 and 28. Cell not working properly after cleaning Contact your authorized service representative.
  • Page 35: Service Codes

    Page 35 7.2 Service Codes Code Number Possible Cause Corrective Action Low current in forward direction to Cell 1. Clean cell if necessary (see pages 27 and 28) 2. Check DC Cord. Low current in reverse direction to Cell 1. Clean cell if necessary (see pages 27 and 28) 2.
  • Page 36: Section 8. Temperature Conversion

    Page 36 Section 8. Temperature Conversion To display Celsius or Fahrenheit on the digital display. Press and hold button for 15 seconds (third beep). Within 5 seconds, momentarily press to enter the Fahrenheit/Celsius change mode. To toggle between Celsius and Fahrenheit, press Confi...
  • Page 37: Section 9. Apure700 And Apure1400 Exploded Views And Replacement Kits

    Page 37 Section 9. APURE700 and APURE1400 Exploded Views and Replacement Kits 9.1 Control Center Replacement Parts Dwg. Kit # Description Qty. R0402900 Control Box Complete, APURE700 R0403000 Control Box Complete, APURE1400 R0403100 Control Box Cover, APURE700 R0403200 Control Box Cover,...
  • Page 38: 3-Port Electrolytic Cell And Sensor Replacement Parts With Universal Unions (2"-2½")

    Page 38 9.2 3-Port Electrolytic Cell and Sensor Replacement Parts with Universal Unions (2”-2½”) 12,13,14 Dwg. Kit # Description Qty. R0452100 Universal Union/Tailpiece/ Plug, 3-Port Cell includes: 14, 18 Nut, Union Universal O-Ring, #2-231 12,13,14 Tailpiece, 2” X 2 ½” Plug, Port CG Cell R0452200 O-Rings and Terminal...
  • Page 39: 2-Port Electrolytic 2" Cell And Sensor Replacement Parts (Pvc Black Unions)

    9.3 2-Port Electrolytic 2” Cell and Sensor Replacement Parts (PVC Black Unions) Dwg. Kit # Description Qty. 1, 2 R0412400 2-Port Cell, APURE700, w/ 16’ DC Cable, 2” Threaded PVC Union R0412300 2-Port Cell, APURE1400, w/ 16’ DC Cable, 2” Threaded PVC Union R0402700 8’...
  • Page 40 DE grids, or cartridge elements; or damage caused by running the pump with insufficient quantities of water. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: This is the only warranty given by Jandy Pool Products, Inc. No one is authorized to make any other warranties on behalf of Jandy Pool Products, Inc. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY.

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