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Power Supply Cycle Variations

Our robotic pool cleaners are designed to systematically clean your pool. By default, the pool cleaner is programmed to eliminate the debris on the pool floor. We have mapped out the various sequences so you can get a clearer understanding on how your robot functions.

*Please note, that your power supply may vary from the cycles shown below. If you have any questions our customer care line is available Monday – Friday  9:00 am – 4:00 pm EST to answer any of your questions.

Small Pool Settings


Upon turning the power supply ON, (by pressing the POWER on/off button) the pool cleaner will then start to travel forward for 30 seconds.

Then, the pool cleaner’s direction will reverse and now travel in the opposite direction and travel for 14 seconds.

Next, the pool cleaners direction of travel will reverse and start to travel in the opposite direction again for 18 seconds.

The robotic cleaner will continue this sequence for an hour before shutting down.

 

Large Pool Settings

Upon turning the power supply ON, (by pressing the POWER on/off button) the pool cleaner will then start to travel forward for 30 seconds.

Then, the pool cleaner’s direction will reverse and now travel in the opposite direction and travel for 14 seconds.

Next, the pool cleaners direction of travel will reverse and start to travel in the opposite direction again for 30 seconds.

The robotic cleaner will continue this sequence for two hours before shutting down.

Note: Every 5 minutes the cleaner will perform a turning maneuver.

 

Apart from the above, if there is a short in the cable connection or the motor propeller is blocked, the power supply shuts down immediately to protect itself.

If the cleaner gets out of the water, the power supply turns the cleaner off within 5 seconds and then waits for about a minute and then turns on the cleaner. If the cleaner is still out of water, the power supply then turns the cleaner off until the end user presses the on/off button.

 

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