Custom Series -Programming the Filtration Settings
During a filter cycle
– Pump 2, Pump 3 and the blower run for 20 seconds, then
– Pump 1 runs at low speed for the programmed number of hours (see below), and
– The ozonator is turned on.
Press the Filter but- ton to enter into your filtration options. Your display will show “Sett” and from here you will be able to choose your settings.
Press your Filter button again to display your first option. This is your Ozone Cycle Duration (if equipped).
Use your arrow keys to select your Ozone Cycle Duration. You can select from 1 to 24 hours per day.
Press your Filter but- ton again. Your dis– play will now show the settings for your Onzen (if equipped).
Use your arrow keys to select your Onzen Cycle Duration. You can select from 1 to 24 hours per day.
Press your Filter but- ton again. Your display will now show the settings for your Filter Duration.
Use your arrow keys to select your Filter Duration in hours. You can select from 0 to 6 hours.
Press your Filter but- ton again. Your dis– play will now show the settings for your Filter Cycle Frequency.
Use your arrow keys to select your Filter Cycle Frequency from 1 to 4 times per day.
Please note: You will see the options that are applicable to your spa. If you have neither ozone nor onzen, you will proceed directly into setting your Filter Duration. Also, though an Epic topside is of a different design, the steps are as shown. You can move backwards through the settings by pressing the Pump 3 button (Pump 4 on Epic series spas). The Pump 1 button will allow you to exit without saving any changes. When you get to the end of the options, press the filter key one last time to save changes and begin a filter cycle immediately. If you do not press the filter key again your changes will be saved and the filter cycle will begin when you have programmed it to do so.
45 Minute filter cycle time-out: If you turn a pump, blower or light on during a filter cycle, the cycle will be interrupted and will only resume 45 minutes after you ( or the system ) have turned the last active output off.