Model # SP3200VSPND
By Hayward Pool Products
Model # SP3200VSPND
Warranty 1-Year Warranty from the date of purchase
Manufacturer Code SP3202VSPND
Hayward TriStar VS Variable Speed Pump for ProLogic Controllers
Controlled by Hayward ProLogic, does not require Pump User Interface
Variable-speed pool pumps are the ultimate way to save energy. TriStar® VS variable speed pump is specifically designed to replace most high performance pumps installed today, providing incredible energy savings that result in an even faster return on investment compared to other oversized models.
Offering up to 90% energy cost savings over single-speed pool pump alternatives via an integrated variable-speed drive and totally-enclosed, permanent magnet motor, TriStar VS is an ideal pool upgrade for those looking to reduce energy use and save money.
Upgrade to TriStar VS and save your customers energyand money!
I have a 14,700gal inground pool with 1.5in pipes and 40ft of head. I'm also thinking of adding a solar water heating system on a roof which is 12ft above ground. I can upsize the pipes near the filter and pump as well as the solar heating system. Located in Florida. Would this pump be suitable for both the current and expanded system or do you recommend another? Thanks.
Hi Tom, the SP3200VSPND is the version of the TriStar VS Pump designed to connect directly to Hayward Automation Systems. If you do not have a Hayward Automation system, the SP3200VSP has an Integrated, programmable digital interface with a 24-hour programmable clock and up to 8 custom timer functions. Both models of this pump are suitable for your application.
I am trying to decide on witch VS pump to get. I have been looking at Hayward, pentair and pureline. I would like a pump that has a built in timer so i can set turn on off times.
I recommend part number PL2615. That pump has the capability to pump everything with your pump from your phone.
I have a Hayward SP3200VSPND Variable pump. I am having an air leak problem, I have replaced the drain plugs and o rings, the strainer cover and seals, the strainer basket as well. I have an air pocket that continues to build on the left side of the basket that turns into a cyclone spinning inside the strainer basket after a couple hours. It takes me about 5-6 minutes to bleed out the air each time. My question, can the strainer basket housing itself warp, or go bad.
Yes, it is possible that the pump housing can warp, but if you are bleeding the air from the filter your leak may be coming from the filter.
My pool pop-ups aren't cleaning very well with my new variable speed pump. What are the proper rpms for a pop-up cleaning system?
What is the distance from your pump to your pop-ups so I can calculate the flow rate for you.
I have a Hayward Ecommand 2 controller (5 years old) system with a 2HP standard pump for a 25000 gallon pool with water feature(six spitters on an Auxilliary Y valve)...
The pump just went...I would like to upgrade to a variable speed pump. What is your recommendation (?tri-star 1.85 HP??) Does/will the pump interface with the Ecommand 2 system or just use all by itself?
PS, I have purchased heat pump and controller through your company as well.
can i install and echo star variable speed pump using the existing timer?
You can install the Hayward EcoStar Variable Speed pump to your existing timer, but really the timer you have becomes obsolete. The VS pump has a built in timer. If your existing timer has the on/off pins, you can remove them and maintain continuous power to the VS pump.
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers
I had an existing 1.5 HP Hayward pump. This was a plug and play install for me, your mileage may vary. I just loosened the existing connectors, installed the included O-ring seals, set the pump in place and tightened. The wiring was just as straight forward. The connections on my existing pump were in the same location. This connects back to my Hayward Logic Pro system for control. You must set the dip switches as indicated in the manual for correct operation. Overall an easy DIY.
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers
We removed the existing pump by first cutting the plumbing lines to the pump. Next, we disconnect the wires in the timer box.I purchased a Hayward Prologic PS8 panel and connected the wires to the panel and installed new plumbing to the new variable speed pump. Very easy removal and install. I am in the process of tweaking my new pump to get the best energy efficiency.