Aquacal HP7 user manual

User manual for the device Aquacal HP7

Device: Aquacal HP7
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Date of adding : 2014-02-28 16:25:30
Number of pages: 29
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Operating & Service Instructions
-for-
HP7 Microprocessor Controller
Includes Connection of External Controllers

Dealer & Service Version
Not for Distribution to Owners





















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2737 24 Street North
St. Petersburg, FL 33713
800-786-7751
www.aquacal.com

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Revised 10/14/03 TABLE of CONTENTS GENERAL DESCRIPTION of HP7 CONTROLLER.................................................4 HP7 CONTROLLER SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................4 Inputs: ........................................................................................................................................................4 Outputs:...........................................................................................

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2. Time Delay [dEL] : ......................................................................................................................12 3. Configuring for External Controllers [JAO] or [FS2]: ................................................................12 4. Water Sensor calibration [tSC]… ................................................................................................13 5. Defrost Sensor Calibration [dSC]… ............................................................

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION of HP7 CONTROLLER The HP7 is a powerful microprocessor control designed for use in swimming pool & spa heat pumps. The control features 3-digit temperature and set point display, with programming changes easily performed via simple 3-button (key) operation. The HP7 offers precise water temperature control, accurate defrost management, anti short-cycle protection, circulator pump management, compressor contactor control, refrigerant circuit pressure

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Control Features: ♦ Compressor Operation ♦ Refrigerant Circuit Hi & Low-Pressure Lock Out ♦ Water Pump Option (Call Flex) ♦ Precise Evaporator Temperature Control (Defrost Management) ♦ Anti Short Cycle Timer (4-Minute Restart Delay) ♦ Precise Water Temperature Control ♦ Corrosion Protection (Conformal Coating) CONTROL PANEL LAYOUT (Appearance will vary between model lines) 1) DOWN ARROW – Reduces temperature setting. Turn heater off.

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CONTROL PANEL SYMBOLS UNIT is HEATING WATER TEMPERATURE SET POINT ACTUAL WATER TEMPERATURE POOL SELECTION SPA SELECTION 6

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SEQUENCE of OPERATION HP-7 (6200P) Sequence of Operation LINK to Codes START PUMP OFF OPERATIONAL CODES POWER ON ______________________ ______________________ Other Possible Displays "FS"...Defrost Mode Normal Operation in Colder Weather "FLO" Displayed FAILURE CODES ______________________ CSE- Control System Error SET POINT BELOW 60ºF PUMP ON dPC-Defrost Sensor Shorted ______________________ POWER ON dPO- Defrost Sensor Open Heater is "OFF" Other Possible Displays ______________________

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START UP & SETTING OPERATING CONTROLS LEVEL-1 (Owner) ACCESS NOTE: Covered within this section are features and settings typically accessed first by the installer, and then remaining accessible by the end user (owner). These features reside at the Level-1 access point within the microprocessor. (Please see page-11 for information concerning Level-2, service-related access.) 1. Applying Power to The Controller: A. When power is first applied, the control performs a l

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5. Changing The Pool Temperature Set Point: A. Using the Pool / Spa key, select the POOL temperature set point. The pool set point indicator light will confirm your selection by lighting. B. The pool temperature set point range is adjustable from 60 °F. to 95 ° F (104 °F in latest models). using the Up ⇑ or Down ⇓ arrow keys. The desired temperature can be selected by briefly depressing the arrow keys, or by holding them down to scroll the temperature up or down. 6. Changing The

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5) With [ELC] displayed, use the Up or Down arrow keys to select a lock code number. The factory set lock code is “17”. Not depressing any buttons for 15- seconds will allow the control to save the selection and return to the normal operating mode. Pressing the Pool / Spa key will also save the selection and step to the next menu parameter [CFO] (Call Flex Options); 6) Once the ULC option has been enabled, depressing any key will display [000] (prompting the entry of the correct lock co

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10. Fan Speed Control… This option is not applicable to any current models. If option present, factory default setting of “80” MUST remain. Controllers Version .06 or newer will not contain a FAN option. LEVEL-1 DISPLAY CODES Menu Codes Description Function [FLO] No water flow Displayed Code Message: Appears whenever the circulating detected pump is off, or when the heater is not receiving correct water flow. [OFF] System is off Displayed Code Message: App

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only SERVICE & SET UP FEATURES LEVEL-2 ACCESS (Includes Configuration for External Controllers) 1. Entering Service Menu: A. To enter the service menu level, depress and hold both the Up ⇑ and Down ⇓ arrow keys simultaneously until the code message [CF1] (Celsius Fahrenheit Selection) is displayed. (NOTE: If [000] displays, User Lock Code is enabled, and the ULC pass code must be entered before proceeding. See section: “User Lock Code Op

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only 3.2: Configuring for External Controllers not Equipped with an “OFF” Position Switch, and All Double-Function Air Switch Controllers. (Also see Appendix Item “B”) 3.3 Remote Flow Switch / Automatic Thermostat Switching [FS2]: (Also see Appendix Item “C”) A. Follow the steps 1a. through 1d. above to enter the service menu. Once [dEL] is displayed, press the Pool / Spa key twice to display [FS2]. B. With the [FS2] (Remot

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only B. Remove the unit front panel to gain access to the defrost sensor . The defrost sensor will be found strapped to the suction line in combination with the TXV sensing bulb, or, in some models, the defrost sensor will be connected to the suction line independent of the TXV bulb; C. Carefully remove the insulation from around the sensor area; D. Using a highly-accurate, surface-mount thermometer, attach the thermometer probe to the suct

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only 7. Changing Service Lock Code & “Backdoor” Entry… A. Changing the Code… The factory default Service Lock Code is “50”. Service personnel are strongly advised to retain the factory default setting. However, should unauthorized access to the Level-2 (Service) menu be suspected, it may be useful to select a code other than “50”. To change the Service Lock Code: 1) Enter the service menu level by depressing and holding both the Up ⇑ a

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only 8) [DEL] will display (At this point you have entered the service menu, and service- level programming will be possible.); 9) Push Pool/Spa pad until [LOC] appears on readout for the second time; 10) Push the up arrow,…The current, correct lock code will display. Using the up or down arrow, the code can now be changed back to back to the factory default: “50”, or the code may be set to any number ranging [000] to [999]. Unless attempting to

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only LEVEL-2 FAULT CODES Message Error Description Possible Cause [dPO] Defrost Sensor Open Cut or loose sensor wiring Water Temperature Cut or loose sensor wiring [PO] Sensor Open [dPC] Defrost sensor Short circuit in defrost sensor wiring or defective sensor. shorted [PC] Water temperature Short circuit in water sensor wiring or defective sensor. sensor shorted [LP] Refrigerant system System refrigerant cha

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only APPENDIX Connecting to, and Configuring Microprocessor for, External Control: • A: Jandy and Pentair/Compool Brand External Controllers Equipped with an “OFF” Position • B: External Controllers NOT Equipped with OFF Setting • C: Remote Flow Switch Connection • D: Call/Flex Option 18

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only Connecting Specific Jandy Or Pentair/Compool Controllers (See application table within) Appendix- A Instructions For Connecting Specific Jandy Or Pentair/Compool Controllers To AquaCal’s HP7 Microprocessor The microprocessor terminal block, labeled X,Y,Z, is located on the low-voltage portion of the MICROPROCESSOR POWER BOARD. (See figure 1, below.) Figure-1 Controllers Suitable for this Application: Jandy and Compool contr

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WARNING !!!! Dealer & Service Center Use Only Warning ! MAKE CERTAIN POWER SUPPLY TO HEATPUMP and CONTROLLER IS DISCONNECTED PRIOR TO CONTINIUING. FAILURE TO DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. 1. String 18/2 cable from the controller to the heat pump. 2. Locate the MICROPROCESSOR POWER BOARD inside the heat pumps electric box. (See figure 1) 3. Connect the 18/2 cable from the controllers low voltage heater terminals to the MICROPROCESSOR POWER B


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