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    Stingl Switch

    PROTECT SWIMMERS AND YOUR COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY WITH THE SR-500 STINGL SWITCH!

     

     

    • When a blockage occurs in the main drain or skimmers, a sudden rise in vacuum will cause the SR-500 to shut down pump operations and activate an audible alarm. The pump will remain off with the alarm sounding until manually reset.
       
    • Monitors the vacuum on the suction side of the pool circulation system 128 times per second for a rapid response.
       
    • When blockage (possible entrapment) occurs pump operations are shut down and an alarm is sounded until manually reset.
       
    • Power back up insures settings and readings will be saved.
       
    • Works with all size pumps.
       

     

     

      • Item: # E2487 Stingl Switch $599.99
      • Item: # E2489 Stingl Remote Alarm $369.99
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      Technical Specifications:

       

      PDF Spec Sheet

       

      • Complies with ASME/ANSI 112.19.17 as required by the International Building Codes (IBC) and the International Residential Codes (IRC).
      • Meets all current codes and standards for SVRSs on new and existing pools.
      • Can act as pool controller with programmable timer, or as stand alone SVRS working in conjunction with existing pool controller .
      • Newest state-of-art NEC microprocessor -- guaranteed reliability and performance.
      • Vacuum monitored 128 times per second -- rapid response and accurate readings.
      • Power monitored 50/60 times per second -- insures continuous power detection.
      • Power back-up -- insures settings and reading will be saved (30 minute rapid recharge).
      • All components are high voltage rated -- provides improved reliability & longer life .
      • Easily accessible extra dry contracts -- auxiliary equipment can be readily added .
      • High temperature, back lit LCD -- insures accurate and reliable readouts .
      • Multiple audible alarm capabilities -- allows for quicker alerts to harmful situations .
      • NEMA 3 Enclosures, Conformal Coated Circuit Board, Zinc Coated Chassis, and Environmentally Sealed Membrane Switch -- provides corrosion resistance and longer life.
      • Compatible with freeze protection thermostats.
      • Works on all size pumps.
      • Trouble free -- quick installations.

       

       

      What is the Stingl Switch?
      – The Model SR-500 is a Safety Vacuum Release System (SVRS) which works by monitoring the vacuum on the influent side of the pool or spa pump. When a blockage occurs in the main drain or skimmers, a sudden rise in vacuum will cause the SR-500 to shut down pump operations and activate an audible alarm. The pump will remain off with the alarm sounding until manually reset.

      What standard does this meet?
      – Meets all current codes and standards for SVRSs on new and existing pools.


      Troubleshooting

       Problem  Possible Cause  Solution
      No Power
      No Display
      Breaker tripped off or improper wiring Check and or reset breaker
      Verify that wiring in correct
      Wrong power (error message display) SR-500 switch is not set properly Verify that incoming power and switch setting are the same
      High vacuum (system error 15 or 17) Clogged baskets or pump trap, blocked drain, improper valve setting. Remove debris/ clean basket. Verify valves are set for normal operation.
      Low vacuum (system error 16 or 17) Stuck skimmer weir, water level too low, high filter pressure. Verify that the weir is functioning smoothly, top off to regular operating level, backwash or clean filter as needed.


      Wall Mounting Instructions
      Pool and Spa Safety Act of 2007
      Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act of 2007

      Click here to read the legislation (PDF format - 1.36 MB)

      Specifically, the law will:
      • Prohibit the manufacture, sale or distribution of drain covers that do not meet anti-entrapment safety standards established by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The legislation includes a directive for the CPSC to establish a safety standard for anti-entrapment drain covers. This would ensure that all drain covers available in the marketplace would conform to certain safety criteria.

      • Create an incentive grant program for states to adopt comprehensive pool and spa safety laws requiring certain safety devices in swimming pools and spas to protect children. The legislation would provide grants to states that pass a comprehensive swimming pool and spa safety law. The bill would require states to use funds, if awarded, to hire and train personnel for the proper enforcement of state law; and educate pool owners and operators, pool construction and installation companies, pool service companies and the public about the state law and about drowning prevention practices.

      • Establish a national drowning prevention education program within the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The bill would require the CPSC to create and administer an educational program to inform the public about ways to prevent drowning and entrapment in swimming pools and spas, and execute a national media campaign to promote awareness of pool and spa safety.

      • Require public pools to incorporate anti-entrapment drain covers and other layers of protection. The legislation would require that each public pool and spa be equipped with anti-entrapment drain covers and other layers of protection, such as safety vacuum release systems.
      What does this mean? All residential and commercial pools with a single main drain* are now required by Federal law to have either a second main drain or an anti-entrapment device installed by December of 2008. Item # E2487, the Stingl SVRS system, meets the requirements and is much less expensive than installing a second main drain.

      If you have any questions regarding this new legislation or the Stingl SVRS system, please call 1-800-765-7946. We’re here to help!

      *Not applicable to pools with:
      • Single unblockable main drain
      • Gravity Drainage System
      • Automatic Pump Shut-Off System
      • Suction-Limiting Vent System
      • Drain Disablement
      • Safety Vacuum Release System (Stingl Switch - item# E2487)
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