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Our CY Series Electronic Spa Pack features the SpaGuts CY Series Spa Controllers depending upon configurations. This controller includes a digital topside control panel, adjustable filtration cycles and temperature range with digital readout, a 12V light, and comes ozonator ready (electrically). The stainless steel high-flow heater has quick-disconnect PVC unions. Color-Coded plugs and receptacles (outlets) makes it simple to plug into the correct receptacles.
View from the front showing the controller (front), pump/motor (behind, left), and blower (behind, right).
View from above the pack showing the controller (front), pump/motor (left), and blower (right).
View of Digital Topside Control Panel and Accessories for SpaGuts CY Series Electronic Spa Pack with 1 Pump and Blower.
View of Digital Topside Control Panel and Accessories for SpaGuts CY Series Electronic Spa Pack with 2 Pumps and Blower, or 2 Pumps without Blower.
You can choose either 110V or 220V current and 1.5" or 2" pipe fittings. The pack includes a 48-Frame Side Discharge spa pump and motor with different size options. Add a spa blower for only $69.95 more. The pack comes custom built to your specifications with all the components assembled together on a plastic skid board (pre-plumbed, pre-configured, pre-wired and pre-mounted) when "FACTORY ASSEMBLY" is selected. In most cases all your installer will need to do is bolt in your new spa pack, connect the wiring, connect the intake and discharge pipes, position the light, and install the topside control panel. Other competitors will send a "spa pack in a box" that is NOT pre-plumbed, pre-configured, pre-wired or pre-mounted. This means all parts are sent loose for the installer to assemble and configure, which can lead to extra hours of assembling and configration of the parts. Extra hours will lead to extra time and money.
If a "spa pack in a box" version is desired, choose the "FIELD ASSEMBLY KIT" option. This option will allow all parts to be shipped loose, where field assembly and configuration is required for the installer.
The SpaGuts Electronic Spa Pack has been certified by both Canadian and United States UL Recognition (cURus) Underwriters Laboratories and ETL (Edison Testing Laboratories), as individual parts, for your safety. Many other brands of spa controls have not been certified.
Shipping is free in the Continental US. Shipping fee will apply for Alaska or Hawaii (and outside the USA). Promptly ships in 1 or 2 business days. You can track your shipment online. Contact us about shipping charges to other locations. Our spa packs are compatible in any area with electrical systems based on North American electrical standards (60 Hertz). This includes much of Central and South America, and many islands. Unfortunately, it does not include Europe (50 Hertz).
*Contact us for special configuration like adding additional circuits, to request longer cords, or to request low-flo heaters, etc (Additional fees will apply).
Our spa packs can be configured for any above ground spa ever built by any spa manufacturer. The total dimensions of a single pump spa pack are 26" wide, 13" tall and 16" deep mounted on a skid plate. In some cases our factory-assembled configuration will not fit in the space in which your current spa pack fits. If so, all you need to do is rearrange the individual components of the spa pack (controller, pump, blower) so that they will fit. Make sure to verify the space under the spa for fitment. Our spa packs can also be mounted remotely from the spa and placed under a waterproof cover, and must be mounted below the water level. Contact us for in-ground spa applications.
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Before you place your order for your spa pack, you will need to know how your spa pack should be configured so that it's right for your spa. This is not difficult, but it does require some checking of wiring and plumbing that you may not be accustomed to. If you are not handy with mechanical things, you should have someone who is better qualified than you to do this, because it needs to be done correctly. Unfortunately, since your spa pack is custom built to your specifications, we cannot accept returns because you specified the wrong thing. Verify to make sure your existing spa equipment is setup like our spa pack with the high-flow heater mounted on the bottom of the controller. If everything does look the same, proceed with the order. But if your existing spa equipment is different with the heater mounted in a different location or there is a different style heater being used (especially low-flow heaters), we recommend that you contact us for possibility on a special configuration.
If your existing spa pack runs on 220 volt current, you should order a replacement spa pack that runs on 220V too. Otherwise select the voltage that you will be supplying to the spa.
If your spa currently runs on 110 volt current, you should consider upgrading to 220 volts. This will, however, require you to change the wiring and circuit breakers between your home's electrical control box and your spa. With the upgrade you'll get the following benefits:
The spa pack's price is the same for 220V or 110V. If you now have a 110V system you'll probably be very happy with the improved performance of your spa if you upgrade to 220V.
An external GFCI is required. Your existing spa's wiring probably already includes an external GFCI since it is required by most local electrical codes, but if you do not have one, you must install one with your new spa pack. For 110V 60Hz spa pack it requires Line 1, Neutral and Ground. For 220V 60Hz spa pack it requires, Line 1, Line 2, Neutral and Ground. If different wiring configuration is needed (especially for 220V with only 3-wires), contact us.
The horsepower of your existing spa pump motor is likely to be clearly marked on the motor. We recommend you use a pump motor of the same horsepower as you have now and what the spa's manufacturer intended. However, if you cannot determine the size of the existing motor, the general rule is that you should have 1 horsepower for every 4-6 standard size jets. Some pumps may only have the amperage and voltage written on the motor label. In most cases, we can help determine the horsepower of the original pump motor.
More horsepower is not better. Overpowering your jets with too much horsepower could cause damage to your plumbing, your equipment or even to you! It is critical to select the right size motor for your application.
All motors are 48-frame size. Keep in mind that the 3 and 4 HP pumps require 2.0 inch plumbing for sufficient water flow. If the original motors are rated 56-frame size, you might want to consider going with the 56-frame size motor for more water flow. 56-frame size motors are not offered as part of the spa pack. To determine if the spa motor is rated 48 or 56-frame, verify off the motor label to see if it's labeled 48Y or 56Y under "frame" or "FR". Motors that are labeled "56Z" are not 56-frame motors. A 48-frame motor normally has a motor diameter of 5.5 inch. A 56-frame motor normally has a motor diameter of 6.5 inch.
Many larger spas are equipped with 2 motors of the same size. If you have a second motor in your spa, you will need a second circuit for it added to your spa controller ($39.95 extra). We recommend replacing both motors when you put in a new spa pack, but sometimes you may wish to replace only one. For example, one motor had been previously replaced, or both motors are still working and you plan to retain the other motor as a spare. The cost for both the 2nd pump and the circuit is $250 - a savings of approximately $35 versus buying them individually. If the secondary pump needs to be a different horsepower than the primary pump, select to add 1 pump plus the secondary motor circuit, and then order the secondary pump separately at regular price.
A small number of older spas have two different sized motors. Unlike modern spa packs that run a single two-speed motor, these old spas run a small motor for low speed and a larger motor for high speed. Most of these older spas have already had their spa packs replaced once, but there are a few still out there. If you have one of these consider your option to re-plumb and use a single motor the size of the larger of your two motors.
If you order a two-motor spa pack the first motor will be pre-plumbed and will perform the filtering and heating functions on low speed, as well as a user-selectable high speed for running some of the jets. The second motor will be shipped separately (motor cord will be attach) and will be plumbed by your installer to your secondary pump drain and remaining jet lines. Both motors will be exactly the same size and horsepower if two motors are selected in the configuration.
The SpaGuts Electronic Pack comes standard with a digital topside control panel. Single-motor controllers have a 4-button Topside (pump, blower, light, temp up/down) with dimensions of 5 inches x 2.5 inches. Dual-motor controllers have a 6-button Topside (pump 1, pump 2, blower, light, temp up, temp down) with dimensions of 7 inches x 3.25 inches. There is an LED temperature readout (Red in color) so you can easily read the temperature from either inside or outside the spa. If either Topsides are too small for the existing hole cut-out, the optional Acrylic Placard is recommended to cover up the larger hole.
There are two fitting sizes that you need to measure to match your spa's plumbing:
Intake/Suction - This is the plumbing from the spa drain fitting leading up to your pump center intake. Measure the inside dimension of the plumbing not the union or fittings.
Return - This is the plumbing returning from the heater to your jets. Measure the inside dimension of the plumbing not the union or fittings. If your pack is still installed, you can either look on the plumbing for markings that say 1.5 inch or 2.0 inch or slip a string around the pipe to measure the circumference of the pipe using the diagram above to identify as 1.5 or 2.0 inch.
If you make a mistake, it's not a big problem because you can buy adapters, but getting it right will save you time in installing your spa pack and give you slightly better performance.
Please note that our spa pack pumps come standard with 2 inch fittings, so if your pump or pipe needs 1.5 inch fittings we will add reducers (adapter) to your spa pack to simplify installation for you. (Additional fees apply for reducers).
Having your pack configured with the motor in the proper location will make installing your spa pack simpler. Ask your installer how your pack should be configured or identify the location yourself from inspecting your existing spa pack as follows.
The pump/motor will pull water from the spa drain fitting(s) and push the water through the heater outlet back to the spa. A pump/motor on the left will have its center inlet fittings facing left, with the heater/return on the right. Likewise, a pump/motor on the right will have its center inlet fittings facing right with the heater/return on the left.
Here's an example of a spa pack configured with the intake on the left:
If you make a mistake you will need to disassemble your spa pack and rearrange all the components to so that they will be in the correct sequence or run the plumbing to the other side. This is not difficult, but it is time-consuming and will require you to buy extra plumbing parts from your local plumbing supply store.
NOTE: Keep in mind that there are a few spas that has the pump sucking/drawing water from the heater. In this case, consider the water flow direction and have the spa pack configured with the pump to first draw water from the drain and then pushing water through the heater and back to the jets. Our heater has a pressure switch installed, therefore it needs pressure from the pump instead of a vacuum suction. If you are unsure, contact us.
Spa blowers are also known as air blowers, turbo charger or bubblers. A spa blower is connected to a single pipe line, or an air line, and it blows air through air jets located on the seats and foot wells inside the hot tub. When a spa blower is activated, it sounds like a vacuum cleaner, and it makes eruptions of air bubbles just like a pot of boiling water.
With our spa packs you have the option to add a spa blower for only $69.95 more. It is recommended to replace an old blower and save now. Provided blowers on 110V or 220V spa packs are standard 1.0HP 110V. If a higher voltage and/or horse power blower is needed, select the "NO Blower" option, and then add the desired blower separately at regular price (the blower circuit is standard on this spa pack). Also don't forget to add the purple J&J mini adapter cord so that the blower plugs directly onto the CS Series Controller. Do not add a blower if your spa does not have the plumbing for a blower. Do not install a blower to a water line or to an air venturi line.
If you wish to use your old blower with your new spa pack, select the "NO Blower" option (the blower circuit is standard on this spa pack). Make sure to contact us with the desired voltage for the blower circuit (default setting is 110V).
If you wire your old blower to your new spa pack using any thing other than a J&J mini plug you could damage the spa controller. This damage would not be covered under your warranty. Your old blower may also not be a compatible voltage, and if you existing blower ever failed, purchasing a new blower later will cost far more than you'll save with this $50 discount. (We sell new spa blowers separately for $114.95*).
We strongly encourge you to replace your blower check valve when installing your new spa pack. The check valve prevents water from back-flowing from your spa into your blower. This can happen when your blower is turned off causing it to literally siphon water from your spa into the blower. This backflow is not only dangerous, but will likely damage your blower and possibly the spa controller, too. Blower check valves should be replaced every 5 years.
If you are converting from a pneumatic spa pack, you will need to install a thermowell. A thermowell is a small fitting that goes through your spa shell to measure the temperature of your water. Inserted in the thermowell is a temperature sensor probe that connects to your Electronic Controller. Thermowells are a more precise way of measuring the temperature of the water in the spa than measuring the water temperature flowing through the heater on the spa controller, as is done with pneumatic spa controllers. Keep in mind that the temperature sensor probe must not be in direct water contact. The thermowell keeps the temperature sensor probe dry. A thermowell is included with the Electronic Spa Pack order. Cutting a hole for the new topside panel may also be required. An adapter plate may be required if the existing topside hole cutout is larger than the provided topside panel.
Along with your spa pack purchase you will have the opportunity to buy discounted accessories. These discounts are available only when ordered with your spa pack. These are:
For many people the process of selecting a spa pack raises a number of questions. Feel free to contact us. (Especially for Special Configurations)
Please note that we cannot configure a spa pack based on the brand name and model number, as some spa manufacturers have used the same model number for multiple spa configurations.
Once you've determined how to configure your spa pack, you're ready to order. Please double check everything. We are custom building this spa pack for you to your specifications based only on the setup we offer. If you make a mistake you'll need to reconfigure your spa pack so that it will fit your spa, which will require buying plumbing adaptors and maybe even another pump.
Our online spa pack ordering process will guide you through the process of providing us with your specifications and ensure there is no error in transmitting your specifications to our factory for building your custom spa pack.