UCEDER Pool spa Part hot tub LX H20-Rs1 Thermostat 110V 2kw with Adjustable Temperature Thermostat for Some hot tubs,Underground Small Pool &Bathtub
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- Incoloy800 steel Thermostat element very safty and long life.very easty to install and replace, no need do inter adjustment.
- Suitable bathtub &spa tub /hot tub 2KW /110V-120V,
- Easy to set your desired termperature within 45 ° C, when temperature up to your setting temperature it will stop automatically. when temperature is dropped down, it will heat up water until your set temperature.
- suitable for bathtub or hot tub with thermo cover, we suggest water capacity not more than 400 US gallon
- with 1.5" outlet , min 0.35MPA pressure,suggest work with at least 0.25HP
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this Heater was made by LX pump industrial company, they offer OEM service for many of Amercia top brand spa and pool companies, they make high grade spas and pool pumps,heaters in the industry.meanwhile, we suggest you ask authorized person to install the heater, we checked and studied all the customers compain and return part, found 99% heaters don't work were due to incorrect installation.if you have this issue during installation and using,pls feel free to let us know by e-mail.we will try our best to help you as soon as possible.
Enough Water Flow(Check your Pump)
for this heater the important thing need to make sure enough water flow,suggest the pump not less than 200 wat (3600 L/ h), enough flow to turn on
flow switch "TRIPS" and when the flow decreases to NOT enough it shuts the heater down. That way if for some reason the flow is too slow it will not over heat the unit and it will not even work at all till the flows correct.
Correct Installation Direction
Make sure the mount direction is correct, there is a arrow direction shows the water inlet and outlet marked on the heater, wrong direction will not make the heater work.
1.5" Standard Pipe
Standard pipe size 1.5 inch， smaller pipe can not make sure enough flow volume.
Warm Tips 2
- We suggest water capacity not more than 400 US gallon
- Need authorize person to install the heater
- Color: Black
- Material: Metal
- Input voltage:110V
- Frequency: 50/60Hz
Warm Tips 1
Put Hot Water in your Hot Tub,Not Put Cold Water.when temperature up to your setting temperature it will stop automatically. when temperature is dropped down, it will heat up water until your set temperature.
Warm Tip 3
Need Insulation cover to keep whats already been heated,or it will take long time even will not be able to catch up.
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TL/DR: water flow rate is critical. Get that right, and you'll get heat.
This summer we put an 8' diameter stock tan pool in the back yard. In a shady spot. And managed to create the coldest body of water in Georgia. The pool has an Intex, above-ground sand filter and a chlorinator, so this is a salt-water set up. I was looking for something to raise the temperature a couple degrees, understanding that we were never going to get it to hot tub heat levels.
After some weeks of apparent non-functionality, we switched the pump from the filter cycle to recirculate, which improved flow rate and boom, we had heat. And the longer we run it, the warmer it gets. Can't give exact ranges, as I don't have a thermometer, but we're heating around 1,000 gallons quickly and efficiently. It does a great job.
First it’s meant to be hardwired for 20amps but I put a 15amp plug on it which is plugged in to a 15amp GFCI outlet and have not had any power issues. Make sure to put the white wire on the proper side. Examine your outlet if you need to.
Next, the PVC couplings, be prepared to spend time finding the parts to connect your pool hoses but it can be done relatively cheap at your hardware store. Also, metal o-ring clamps will help a lot to eliminate any leaks.
I upgraded to a stronger pump filter, it’s still not quite enough to trigger the flow lever. Others have added a metal washer to create a bit more surface area but I decided to super glue a lego brick under it which means I have to be very careful and ensure it’s only plugged in when the pump is running otherwise it will pop the heater’s hot circuit (under the little screw cap) and potentially break the unit. This is how I broke my first unit.
The most important concept to consider is the relationship between heating your pool and water flow. As water is flowing through, the water is picking up a little bit of heat from the coils each time and then going back in the pool and sharing that little bit of heat with the rest of the pool.
The little pump will not move the water fast enough to warm the pool. I upgraded to the 1500 gph and to 1.5” hoses using hose adapters.
You also should start with warm water otherwise it’s 2-3 days of running 24 hours to get the pool warm. After it’s warm it needs about 6-8 hours a day to keep it warm and surprisingly I didn’t see a huge difference in my power bill.
Last connect to output of the filter pump; after the water has been filtered. No need to get leaves and dirt stuck on the heating element.
1. Wire it up to a heavy duty plug and use it on an otherwise unused gfci protected outlet. I wired mine to a heavy duty outdoor extension cord and it works fine.
2. You need to have good flow from your pump in order for it to activate. Like someone else here posted, I epoxied a large fender washer to the metal flapper arm on the outlet side of the heater. Before that, even with our 1500gph Intex pump, the flow switch would only occasionally engage (you can see this if you remove the top cover and watch when you run water through it. With the washer it engages with authority.
3. It took me about an hour at Lowe’s to get the fittings together that would allow me to hook this up to my pump and outlet valve, but the most critical part was buying a length of flexible hose meant for pool cleaning accessories (also from Lowes) and a couple flexible rubber reducers.
4. The most important part that I learned was that these things take a good bit to get up to temp. I thought mine wasn’t working because I felt no heat from the unit in the first hour or two. The issue was that with a large 700 gallon tank like ours, the initial heat takes a good 12 hours. The water hit 95 degrees in 12 hours, but went all the way to its max of 110 degrees within another 6. Using it with a DIY insulated cover (1.5” rigid foam and redwood fenceboards) I only need to run it for a few hours a day to keep it around 100 degrees.
Obviously this is no substitute for a 220v powered, and heavily insulated modern hot tub, but if you like the aesthetics of a rustic stock tank pool but want to use it when it gets cold, this is a solid way to go.