Spectrum Amerlite SAm Color Underwater Light Owner s Manual

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Section I Installing light fixture,during new pool construction. A Preparatory steps which must be,completed by the electrician before the. light fixture is installed see Figure 1,1 Verify that the pool meets the. requirements of the current National,Electrical Code and all local codes. and ordinances A licensed or,certified electrician must install the.
electrical system to meet or exceed,those requirements before the Figure 1. underwater light is installed Some of, the requirements of the National Electrical Code which the pool s electrical system must meet are as follows. a The lighting circuit has a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter GFCI for line voltage models and has an. appropriately rated circuit breaker, b The Junction Box or for 12 volt models the low voltage transformer is located at least 8 inches above the. maximum water level of the pool and at least 48 inches from the edge of the pool see Figure 1. c The light fixture and all metal items within 5 feet of the pool are properly electrically bonded. d The wet niche is properly installed so that the top edge of the underwater light s lens is at least 18 inches. below the surface of the water in the pool see Figure 1 Not more than 20 depth in Canada. e The wet niche is properly electrically bonded and grounded via the No 8 AWG ground connector located at. the rear of the niche see Figure 1, The pool or spa electrical system can be verified with a Pool and Spa Electrical Qualification Test Kit The test kit is. available from Pentair Water Pool and Spa Inc The electrical system inspection using this kit must be performed by trained. and certified personnel, 2 To be certain that the pool s electrical system meets all applicable requirements the electrician should also consult.
the local building department, 3 Use only Pentair Water Pool and Spa Inc American Products or Purex wet niches to insure proper bonding and. grounding connections, B Steps to perform after the electrical system requirements are met. 1 Feed cord through conduit to Junction Box leaving at least 4 feet of cord at the light fixture to coil around the light. see Figure 1 This 4 feet of cord around the light allows the light to be serviced after the pool is filled with water. 2 Cut the cord at the Junction Box leaving at least 6 inches of cord to make connections. 3 Strip 6 inches of the outer cord jacket to expose the three insulated wires be careful not to damage the insulation. on the three inner wires, 4 Connect all three wires to the corresponding circuit wires in the Junction Box and secure the Junction Box cover. Never operate this underwater light for more than 10 seconds unless it is totally submerged in water Without total submersion. the light assembly will get extremely hot which may result in serious burns or in breakage of the lamp or lens This may result in. serious injury to pool users installers or bystanders or in damage to property. 5 Replace the light assembly into the niche and tighten the special pilot screw. P N N m Pte R f P N 619408 2 Rev C Rev C R v C 5 3 06. Use only the special pilot screw provided with this underwater light This screw mounts and electrically grounds the housing. securely to the mounting ring and wet niche Failure to use the screw provided could create an electrical hazard which could. result in death or serious injury to pool users installers or others due to electrical shock. 6 Fill the pool until the underwater light is completely submerged in water before operating the light for more than 10. seconds Turn on main switch or circuit breaker as well as the switch which operates the underwater light itself. to check for proper operation Refer to Operating Instructions Section IV for full function test. Section II Replacing light fixture in existing pool. Risk of Electrical Shock or Electrocution, This underwater light must be installed by a licensed or certified electrician or a qualified pool serviceman in. accordance with the National Electrical Code and all applicable local codes and ordinances Improper. installation will create an electrical hazard which could result in death or serious injury to pool users. installers or others due to electrical shock and may also cause damage to property. Always disconnect the power to the pool light at the circuit breaker before servicing the light Failure to do. so could result in death or serious injury to serviceman pool users or others due to electrical shock. A Before replacing the light fixture, 1 Verify that the pool meets the requirements of the current National Electrical Code and all local codes and.
ordinances A licensed or certified electrician must install the electrical system to meet or exceed those. requirements before the underwater light is installed Some of the requirements of the National Electrical Code. which the pool s electrical system must meet are as follows. a The lighting circuit has a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter GFCI for line voltage models and has an. appropriately rated circuit breaker, b The Junction Box or for 12 volt models the low voltage transformer is located at least 8 inches above. ground level and at least 48 inches from the edge of the pool see Figure 1. c The light fixture and all metal items within 5 feet of the pool are properly electrically bonded. d The wet niche is properly installed so that the top edge of the underwater light s lens is at least 18 inches. below the surface of the water in the pool see Figure 1. e The wet niche is properly electrically bonded and grounded via the No 8 AWG ground connector located at. the rear of the niche see Figure 1, The pool or spa electrical system can be verified with a Pool and Spa Electrical Qualification Test Kit The test kit is. available from Pentair Water Pool and Spa Inc The electrical system inspection using this kit must be performed by trained. and certified personnel, 2 To be certain that the pool s electrical system meets all applicable requirements the electrician should also consult. the local building department, 3 Use only Pentair Water Pool and Spa Inc American Products or Purex wet niches to insure proper bonding and. grounding connections, B Replacing light fixture after electrical system requirements are met.
Failure to bring the pool s electrical system up to code requirements before installing the underwater light will create an electrical. hazard which could result in death or serious injury to pool users installers or others due to electrical shock and may also. cause damage to property, 1 Turn off main electrical switch or circuit breaker as well as the switch which operates the underwater light itself. 2 To remove light assembly remove the special pilot screw at top of face ring remove light assembly from niche. and place assembly on deck, Rev C Rev C R v C 5 3 06 3 P N N m Pte R f P N 619408. Be sure to keep the special pilot screw from this underwater light This screw mounts and electrically grounds the housing. securely to the mounting ring and wet niche Failure to use the screw provided could create an electrical hazard which could. result in death or serious injury to pool users installers or others due to electrical shock. 3 Remove Junction Box cover disconnect the light fixture wires and pull the cord through the conduit. 4 Feed the new light fixture cord through the conduit from the niche to the Junction Box. Depending on the length of the conduit special tools may be required to pull the cord through the conduit. 5 Leave at least 4 feet of cord to coil around the light fixture see Figure 1 This 4 feet of cord coiled around the light. allows the light to be serviced after the pool is filled with water. 6 Cut the cord at the Junction Box leaving at least 6 inches of cord to make connections. 7 Strip 6 inches of the outer cord jacket from the cord to expose the three insulated wires be careful not to. damage the insulation on the three inner wires, 8 Connect all three wires to the corresponding circuit wires in the Junction Box black wire to power white wire to. common and green wire to ground and secure the Junction Box cover in place. Never operate this underwater light for more than 10 seconds unless it is totally submerged in water Without total submersion. the light assembly will get extremely hot which may result in serious burns or in breakage of the lamp or lens This may result in. serious injury to pool users installers or bystanders or in damage to property. 9 Replace light assembly into the niche and tighten the special pilot screw. Use only the special pilot screw provided with this underwater light This screw mounts and electrically grounds the housing. securely to the mounting ring and wet niche Failure to use the screw provided could create an electrical hazard which could. result in death or serious injury to pool users installers or others due to electrical shock. 10 Fill the pool until the underwater light is completely submerged in water before operating the light for more than 10. seconds Turn on main switch or circuit breaker as well as the switch which operates the underwater light itself. to check for proper operation Refer to Operating Instructions Section IV for full function test. Section III Switching Options for Spectrum Amerlite Color Synchronization. A Multiple SAm s ALWAYS in color synchronization, 1 If multiple SAm s are desired to always be on or off together and always with synchronized colors multiple SAm s. may be controlled by a single switch to the extent allowed by code and capacity of the electrical equipment. B Multiple SAm s controlled separately but with color synchronize capabilities. 1 If on off function or color of multiple SAm s is desired to be controlled separately then SAm s should be controlled. by separate switches It is recommended that the switches controlling SAm s be in immediate proximately of each. other to allow simple color synchronization,Section IV SAm Operating Instructions.
A ON SAm turns on whichever color it was turned off. B 1st OFF ON SAm fast forwards to white and pauses for up to 30 seconds waiting for other SAm s to synchronize. SAm then begins rolling through the Spectrum and will continue rolling until receipt of next switch command. C 2nd OFF ON SAm holds on displayed color,D OFF ON Repeats 1st OFF ON sequence function. E OFF ON Again SAm holds on displayed color, P N N m Pte R f P N 619408 4 Rev C Rev C R v C 5 3 06. If multiple SAm s are preferred in color synchronization the above should be performed on respective switches simultaneously. If they are desired on different colors they should be switched separately. Section V Replacing lamp s only see Figure 2, Always disconnect power to the pool light at the circuit breaker before servicing the light Failure to do so could result in. death or serious injury to installer serviceman pool users or others due to electrical shock. 1 Turn off main electrical switch or circuit,Lamp s Specifications Table 1. breaker as well as the switch which, operates the underwater light itself Fixture Bulb Bulb.
Voltage Voltage Wattage Lamp Type P N,2 You will need to get the following items. 120V 12V 75W EYC 79112400, a A new lens gasket p n 79101600 12V 12V 75W EYC 79112400. b Two 2 lamps see Table 1 NOTE Both 120V and 12V SAm s use the same 12V bulb. Replace the lamp with a similar type and wattage Failure to replace the lamp with the same type of lamp will damage the. light assembly and may cause an electrical hazard resulting in death or serious injury to pool users installers or others due to. electrical shock and may also cause damage to property. Always install a new lens gasket part number 79101600 whenever disassembling the light Failure to do so may permit water. to leak into the assembly which could cause, a an electrical hazard resulting in death or serious injury to pool users installers or others due to electrical shock or. b breakage of the lamp or lens which likewise could result in serious injury to pool users installers or bystanders or in. damage to property, 3 To remove light assembly remove the special pilot screw. at top of face ring remove light assembly from niche and. gently place assembly on deck You are not required to. drain down the pool,WARNING Gasket, Be sure to keep the special pilot screw from this underwater light.
This screw mounts and electrically grounds the housing securely to. the mounting ring and wet niche Failure to use the screw provided. could create an electrical hazard which could result in death or. serious injury to pool users installers or others due to electrical shock Color Wheel. Bulb Assembly,Transformer required on 12 volt models. Color Wheel,4 Disassemble light fixture and remove bulb. Bulb Assembly, a With a nut driver remove 4 bulb plate retainer nuts Mounting Studs. and place in a secure location see Figure 3 and Nuts 4. b Lift color wheel bulb assembly to clear bolts then. swing up and rest vertically in light fixture to provide Light Housing. bulb access see Figure 3, Rev C Rev C R v C 5 3 06 5 P N N m Pte R f P N 619408. c Squeeze bulb retainer where indicated grip white socket and slide bulb out sideways. d Grip white socket and working back and forth pull socket from bulb pins. e Repeat for second bulb Always replace both bulbs at the same time. Be sure the power is OFF before installing or removing lamp Allow the lamp to cool before relamping This light fixture uses a. quartz Halogen lamp DO NOT touch the lamp with bare hands This may severely reduce its life Use the plastic furnished with. Color Underwater Light Owner s Manual Important Notice Attention Installer This manual contains important information about the installation operation and safe use of this product This information should be given to the owner operator of this equipment Listed Before installing this product read and follow all warning notices and instructions accompanying this light Failure to follow

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