ColorLogic 120V 100' Cord w/ SS Ring - SP0525SLED100


Model # SP0525SLED100

By Hayward Pool Products

  5 Average  



Model # SP0525SLED100

Product Description

Introducing ColorLogic

Bringing the colors of imagination to life.

Get ready to light up your nights. Introducing ColorLogic from Hayward, a new colored lighting option that's sure to give your pool personality. Its patented Chromacore® technology combines a microprocessor with the brightest LED's in the industry to deliver high intensity and an extensive array of colors. With five fixed colors and an unprecedented seven color-changing shows that offer hundreds of color combinations, your backyard is sure to be the nighttime hot spot. ColorLogic has no color wheel or other moving parts, providing noise-free operation. Easy to install and maintenance-free, ColorLogic sets the industry standard for colored lighting.
So set the mood and light up the night with Voodoo Lounge, Tranquility, Cool Cabaret or one of the other color shows or fixed colors. ColorLogic from Hayward. So many choices. So little night.


1 Year Parts


Easy installation
Ability to synchronize two or more lights
Sealed unit requires no maintenance – no bulbs to change
No moving parts for noise-free operation and product performance
Low power use
Fits in Hayward's in-ground niches
Offers the industry's only integrated safety feature of 15 seconds of white light at startup, for added convenience and peace of mind

Seven Exciting Color Shows:

Twilight: A constantly changing 1536 colors create a relaxing and sophisticated mood for evening entertainment.

Voodoo Lounge: When it's time to really get the party going, over 1500 colors uncork your pool.

Tranquility: Set the mood for a relaxing evening with this serene show of calming blues and white.

Gemstone: Vibrant blue, green and magenta make this show a jewel of a choice for any pool party.

USA! Show your patriotic spirit on the Fourth of July or any time with this star-spangled red, white and blue show.

Mardi Gras: Kids and adults alike will love the 36 fast-changing colors and atmosphere created by this cheerful show.

Cool Cabaret: Hit the disco and turn your pool into a nighttime hot spot with this vibrant shows featuring 36 different colors.

Five Dazzling Fixed Colors:

Afternoon Skies:
Your evening pool, with middle-of-the-day blue..

Deep Blue Sea:
Rich, saturated color makes you feel like you’re swimming in the ocean.

Give your pool the alluring magic of gemstones.

The romance of Madrid, with a dash of fiesta.

Cloud White:
Show off your pool’s crystal-clear water by illuminating with Cloud White.

Review the Technology

LEDs (light emitting diodes) are small semiconductor devices that convert electrical energy directly into a discrete color of light. High brightness LEDs, which yielded performance increases allowing LEDs to cross the threshold from a mere source of indication to a source of illumination. LEDs started showing up everywhere - in exit signs, messaging boards, traffic signals and automotive rear brake lights. Finally, in the early 1990s, LEDs took yet another leap in performance. More importantly during this time, the advent of the long-awaited blue LED provided the missing link in the visible spectrum. Leveraging the many LED advancements, patented Chromacore® technology marries the inherently digital nature of these semiconductor-based light sources with the intelligence of a microprocessor, which controls all aspects of illumination including color, brightness, and special effects in both stand alone and networked environments.

So how does ColorLogic work?

The wizardry behind ColorLogic starts with the light source, consisting of clusters of LEDs, which are then arranged into channels of control. For example, a channel might contain a group of LEDs of one color, such as red. A second channel might be made of green LEDs. A third of blue LEDs. A microprocessor, with Chromacore inside, manages the intensity of the LEDs and displays the twelve preset programs.

Ease of operation has been designed into the microprocessor to offer unmatched simplicity when cycling through the 12 preset programs with either a single switch or with a Hayward wireless device.


?     Asked on 5/29/2019 by Mike Burke

Hello I currently have 2 color logic SP0525SLED100! I need to replace only 1 of them due to moisture inside the light and tripping my breaker every time I turn them on. My question is since my model is no longer available and you say that the SP0527SLED100 is a replacement for it ... will installing just the 1 new light series work together with my 2nd light even though they will be 2 different brands? Want to make sure they turn on and both lights match and are in sequence together.

A  Answered on 10/15/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Megan C.

We apologize for the inconvenience, however, we were unable to obtain an answer to your question from the manufacturer. We are unable to confirm this information. We suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.

A  Answered on 9/29/2020 by Product Owner

Did anyone ever get the answer the question regarding the old model hayward colorlogic sp0525sled100? I have total of 4 in my pool and on of them is out and tripping my breaker need to replace but want to be sure the other 3 lights will work and with which replacement model?

?     Asked on 7/31/2017 by Arryn

I need to replace this light but it is no longer available. What else can I replace it with? Also, I have a salt water pool and noticed that this part says fresh water only. :( It's been in our pool 10 years.

A  Answered on 8/11/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Arryn. The ColorLogic 4.0 - SP0527SLED100 would be the current replacement for this fixture. A saltwater pool is also considered a freshwater pool. 

?     Asked on 5/20/2017 by

can the SP0523SLED100 be replaced with this light?

A  Answered on 5/21/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi. I was not able to find much info on p/n SP0523SLED100 but this current ColorLogic 4.0 Light Fixture can be used as a replacement.

?     Asked on 9/2/2015 by Frank

I have the hayward fixture SP0600U or 607U, 604c, or 609C. Shows replacement to be SP0525Sled100. although, it shows that its a 50watt, 120 V

A  Answered on 9/2/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Alex V.

Frank, If you have the SP0600/607U niche, you can install the Hayward Colorlogic Pool Lights.

?     Asked on 9/2/2015 by Frank

How do I get the light out of the pool, or how do I detach cord ? Do I take cover off of light , after puling it out of the pool ? Does the cord come out from the housing or from the light?

A  Answered on 9/2/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Alex V.

Frank, This How To Guide may offer some help.

?     Asked on 8/7/2009 by Guest

What is the ColorLogic Network Module designed for?

A  Answered on 8/7/2009 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The ColorLogic network module is designed to be used with the new ColorLogic 4.0 lights and the ProLogic System. When used together the ColorLogic lights will display 101 color tones, 16 themed shows, while controlling light brightness, speed and movement. The 4.0 ColorLogic Lights can be seen here The ProLogic Systems & ColorLogic Modules can be seen here

?     Asked on 2/11/2009 by Guest

How many watts will this light pull?

A  Answered on 2/11/2009 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

This light will pull 50 watts.

?     Asked on 10/3/2006 by Guest

How do you synchronize two or more Color Logic lights?

A  Answered on 10/3/2006 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The Color Logics lights will synchronize when they are wired to the same switch.  To synchronize the circuit boards inside the lights, you need to turn the switch off for at least 10 and no more than 14 seconds.  When you turn the switch back on, the lights should be on the same color rotation.

?     Asked on 6/1/2006 by Guest

Is it possible to replace the light housing while using the existing electric cable?

A  Answered on 6/1/2006 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

You cannot use your existing light cable.  You will need to pull the new cord through the conduit on the new light.


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