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Device Control Keys

There are up to 4 device key, JETS, AIR, AUX & LITE. Your spa will have at least one water pump. Optionally your spa may have an air blower, a second and/or third pump and a spa light. It may also have a mister or a fiber optic light setup. If your spa does not have a specific device please disregard the function of that device.

Primary Water Pump. Each spa should have at least one primary water pump which is usually a dual speed pump. The low speed is used to filter the spa. Also while the spa is being heated or there is an error condition, the low speed circulates the water and you will not be able to turn it off.

The JETS key (switch) on the control panel is a 3 position switch : Low Pump, High Pump, Off. Each time the key is pressed, the next function is executed. If your primary pump is a single speed pump then only the high pump will be activated. 2 LED indicators, LO & HI inform you which speed is on.

Note : if your spa is equipped with a circulating pump it will be used for filtration and heating instead of the low speed pump.

Air Blowerf. If your spa is equipped with an air blower (bubbler), it is activated by the AIR key. This is an ON/OFF key. An LED will indicate when the air blower is on.

Auxiliary Pump(s). Your spa may be equipped with 1 or 2 more pumps. If you have a second pump, it could be a single speed or a dual speed.

If you have a third pump then both the second and third pumps must be single speed. The function of the AUX key changes with the number and type of auxiliary pumps used. Please consult with the table below for the proper sequence of activation.

Spa Light. The LITE key can also be a multifunction key. In its simplest configuration, the LITE key is a simple on / off switch. It turns the spa light and the accessory, if one is attached, on / off together at the same time. Alternatively the LITE key may be programmed as a 3 function key. Pressing it once will turn the spa light on. Pressing it a second time will turn on the attached accessory, while the light is still on. Press it a third time and both spa light and accessory will go off.

The following table summarizes all the possible device key combinations. Please note that your spa may not necessarily have all these devices attached.


Summary of Functions for Each Device

Jets

1 Speed Pump ON OFF    
2 Speed Pump LOW HIGH OFF  
2 Speed Pump with Circulation Pump LOW HIGH OFF (Circulation Pump is Independent)

 

Air

Single Speed Air Blower ON OFF    


Aux

1 Speed Pump ON OFF    
2 Speed Pump LOW HIGH OFF  
Dual (2) 1 Speed Pumps PUMP 1 ON, PUMP 2 OFF PUMP 1 ON, PUMP 2 ON PUMP 1 OFF, PUMP 2 ON BOTH PUMPS OFF


Light

Spa Light LIGHT ON LIGHT OFF    
Light & Accessory LIGHT ON, ACCESSORY ON LIGHT OFF, ACCESSORY OFF    
3 Function LIGHT ON, ACCESSORY OFF LIGHT ON, ACCESSORY ON LIGHT OFF, ACCESSORY OFF  


The four device keys, JETS, AIR, AUX and LITE are exclusive, when one is pressed, no other key may be pressed simultaneously. You must release the pressed key before you may press another key. Also these keys do not repeat. If you press and hold a key for more than 20 seconds that key will be considered defective (collapsed) and will be deactivated and ignored by the system. When released the key will stay inactive for 20 seconds before it is recognized and re-activated.

Status Control Keys

The keys in this group are used to communicate to the controller system settings and option selection(s). There are 3 keys in this group and 3 functions that are combinations of these keys:

TEMP (up arrow) Program Temp, + or Next
TIME (down) Program TOD, - or Previous
SET Select or Accept , Enter
SET & TEMP Invert display
SET & TIME Parameter Programming
TEMP & TIME System Programming


The TEMP key , which is also the UP ARROW key, is a repeat key if held down. Think of this key as “+ or next”. Use it to :

Press and hold for 2 seconds then release it to start desired temperature selection. During temperature setting press TEMP to increase selected temperature. When doing system programming press TEMP to scroll to the next message. After message selection, the system displays the associated value, press TEMP to increase that value.

Note: When the display is inverted, you will be able to read the display from inside the spa ; the keys will retain their functions and will not be inverted. The UP ARROW will still function as the UP ARROW even though when you look at it from within the spa it appears to be the DOWN ARROW. The same also applies to the rest of the keys.

The TIME key , which is also the DOWN ARROW key, is also a repeat key. Think of it as “ - or previous”. Use it to :

Press and hold for 2 seconds then release it to start setting the real time clock (TOD) During time setting press TIME to decrease the hours or minutes value that is being set. When doing system programming press TIME to scroll to the previous message After selecting a message, the system displays the associated value, press TIME to decrease that value.

The SET key is equivalent to Select or Accept. It functions as an Enter key of a personal computer, it is the proverbial “hit any key to continue”. Press the set key to:

After using the spa press the SET key to tell the controller to take over the management of the spa. During temperature setting press the SET key to lock in a new selected temperature. During time of day programming press the SET key to lock in the hour and the minutes. When a message is displayed during parameter programming, press SET to select that message. When a parameter value is displayed, press SET to accept the displayed value and return to message display. During option programming press SET to toggle a parameter On or OFF. When a “HLoH” error message is displayed press the SET key to clear the error (if the the cause has been corrected). Pressing the SET key, the user acknowledges that the cause of the hi limit error has been or will be corrected.

Note: UP is synonymous with TEMP and DOWN is the same key as TIME. These are used interchangeably and mean the same thing. Scrolling means pushing either the UP or the DOWN key to go to the next or previous item or value.