Model # PLC1400
Warranty One Year
Jandy Replacement Salt Cell PLC1400
Utilizing ordinary salt, the electrolytic AquaPure cell generates free chlorine for your pool. As the salt in the water passes through the AquaPure cell, it converts to free chlorine and continuously kills bacteria and algae while maintaining the desired sanitization you need to keep your water pure and clean. When the chlorine is finished purifying the pool water, it converts back into salt and the whole cycle repeats.
Easy, economical and automatic – simply set the chlorine levels and AquaPure takes care of the details. You'll have more time to enjoy your pool and spa with AquaPure! AquaPure and PureLink are the only salt chlorine generation systems that communicate with wired and wireless AquaLink RS Controls.
Size: For pools up to 40,000 Gallons
Input: 115 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 amps
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.75 amps
Output: 22-30 vdc @ 3 amps maximum
Chlorine: 0.625 Lbs per 24 hour (283 gm / 24 Hr.)
PLEASE NOTE: The PLC700's have a 2 prong plug system and the PLC1400's have a 3 prong plug system.
PLC1400 WAT IS E PRICE OF THIS PART?,IF YOU SEND IT IN FRANCE? THANKS FOR YOUR ANSWER
Hi Peitrequin, the shipping to France would be $139 we will send you over a quote and if you would like to place an order you may do so directly through the emailed quote.
I have the PLC 1400 working now for 3 seasons . I have a service indicator saying to clean the cell. I paid someone to look at the cell and it was clean. Do I need to purchase another unit just after 3 seasons
Peter, If the cell is clean, the sensor may need to be cleaned/reset. You can see instructions on how to do so on page 28 of the owner's manual.
I have an aqua link pure control system .Are the boards or the complete box still available? Peter Schlesinger
Hi. Yes, replacement parts and the complete controller are available for Jandy Aqua Pure 1400 unit. We just need to know the model of the controller you have.
I am getting a error reading 144 and 145 at the same time before this happened my reading was around 3.2
Hello Carl, I would call Jandy 800-822-7933 to run diagnostic.
I've got the Jandy 1400 PLC, I've replaced the cell with the new external flow meter. twice in the last few weeks.My problem is after shocking the pool to bring the chlorine up, it appears the system is not making chlorine, all the electrical connects are showing correct voltage, salt is showing 3.3, PH 7.4-7.6, but after a couple of days..no chlorine and low alkalinity..thoughts? Thanks in advance
Hi Ron, There're a few troubleshooting tips that you can check and or try that's listed on page 30 of the Jandy Aquapure Owners Manual.
I have an aquapure700 salt/chlorine system. The salinity indicator on the control unit reads 0.0 for salt content. I have added 160 lbs of pool salt and have had the water tested. Based on the water sample test, it should be reading about 3.0. Why is the control system not showing any salt.
Hi Tim, The problem could be the Tri-Sensor or the control panel, it's hard to say which one.
How do you clean this?
Hi, You can find the cleaning instruction on page 27-28 of the Jandy® AquaPure Installation and Operation Manual.
Do you offer the cell by itself without the sensor and cable? I recently replaced the sensor so I don't need that. Also, is there a way to test the cell to determine if it is bad? The last several water tests that were done show that the chlorine level is way too low. The salinity has been kept in range and I adjusted the chlorine production rate up to 100%. We've even shocked with liquid chlorine regularly but our water tests from the local pool store continue to indicate low chlorine levels.
Hi Rusty, The AquaPure Cell is only sold as a kit. There is no way to test the cell directly other than the ability to confirm that you're getting and holding a chlorine in your pool.
Does the Jandy PLC1400 include the flow sensor?
Yes, the flow sensor is included with the Jandy PLC1400.
Is the salt included with the salt chlorine generator?
No, salt is not included. You would purchase the salt locally and the quantity will depend upon the number of gallons of water in your pool. Use a salt that is at least 99.8% pure NaCl. The preferred salt is evaporated, granulated, food quality, and NON-iodized. Avoid using salt with anti-caking agents like sodium ferrocyanide, also known as yellow YPS (prussiate of soda). These cause some discoloration of fittings and pool surface finishes. DO NOT use calcium chloride.