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Glossary Of Safety Delays And Lockouts; Glossary Of Special Auxiliary Labels - Jandy AquaLink RS Owner's Manual

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Lockouts* - Device Lockout is now an option. Any device can be locked out, which will prevent those items from being turned on either by
programming or manually.
Pool/Spa Switching Filter Pump Delay - The filter pump turns off while valves rotate between pool and spa to prevent damage to the pool
equipment. The valves take 35 seconds to rotate between pool and spa; the filter pump will activate as soon as the valves have finished
turning.
Heater Cool Down Delay - When the system is heating (water is circulating to the spa) and the Spa button is pressed, the system will remain
in Spa Mode for five minutes, and will continue to circulate the water. This delay allows water to cool the heater down by circulating water
through it, preventing equipment damage.
Heater Startup - The heater will only come on if the water is circulating (e.g., filter pump is on and has been circulating for 15 seconds) to the
corresponding body of water (e.g., spa for spa heater) and the actual water temperature is below the temperature you set with TEMP SET in
the Menu. If these conditions are not met, the heater will be enabled (ready to go), but will not fire. When the heater is enabled, the LED next
to the button will be green. When it is firing, the LED will turn red.
Heater "Short Cycling" Prevention - When the heater is activated and the desired temperature is reached, heater will turn off and remain off
for 3 minutes, even if the temperature falls below the desired temperature. This feature prevents heater short cycling
(i.e., heater turning off and on in rapid succession).
Cleaner Lockout - The pool cleaner will only activate if the system is in pool mode (i.e., water circulating to pool). The pool cleaner requires
that water is circulating to the pool in order for it to operate. Return to pool mode to activate the cleaner.
Spillover Lockout - The spillover will only activate if the system is in pool mode (i.e., water circulating to pool). The spillover requires that
water is circulating to the pool in order for it to operate. Return to pool mode to activate the waterfall. Also, if the pool cleaner is on, it will turn
off during spillover operation.
Spillover Rev. "I" - Rev. "I" of the AquaLink RS software corrects the operation of the return valve on Aux. 3 from the power center override
switches. When Dip Switch 3 is in the ON position, the Aux. 3 relay socket is activated and the return valve actuator turns. The spillover is
disabled while the spa is on, message is displayed when the spa spillover is in spa mode (water circulation is to spa). The spillover requires
that water circulation is to pool in order to operate. The spillover will activate when the system switches back to pool mode.
Spare AUX*- With DIP switch 6 turned OFF, the spare auxiliary socket is energized in "Pool Mode" and off in "Spa Mode". With DIP switch
ON, the spare Auxiliary socket is energized in the "Spa Mode" and off in the "Pool Mode". Operates only with Pool/Spa combination units.
Extra AUX*- Light dimming, software labeling, timed aux, etc., can now be assigned to the extra AUX button. Only freeze protection cannot
be assigned to the extra auxiliary.
Timed AUX- When an AUX button labeled "Timed AUX" is pressed, it will turn on the equipment for 30 minutes, then automatically turn it
off. A timed auxiliary may be programmed like any other auxiliary, except that you can program only the ON time. The timed auxiliary will
turn on at the programmed ON time, and turn off 30 minutes later.
Air Blower - When an AUX button labeled "Air Blower" is pressed, it will turn on the air blower for 30 minutes, then automatically turn it
off. An air blower may be programmed like any other auxiliary, except that you can program only the ON time. The air blower will turn on at
the programmed ON time, and turn off 30 minutes later. This is to protect the blower motor from overheating during extended operation.
Fill Line - When an AUX button labeled "Fill Line" is pressed, it will turn on the fill line for 30 minutes, and then automatically turn it off. A
fill line may be programmed like any other auxiliary, except that you can program only the ON time. The fill line will turn on at the
programmed ON time, and turn off 30 minutes later. This is to avoid overfilling the pool. Choose the appropriate number of "fill" programs
during the week to keep your pool at the appropriate level.
*Rev. "I" PPD only

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