Model # LXI250N
LXi — The Next Generation in Heating Technology
Integrating the most advanced features in every aspect — from superior hydraulic design, lightest and strongest composite material construction — to a technologically innovative control system, the LXi brings the future of heating comfort to your pool.
The feature rich control panel has a user-friendlybacklit display. Built-in one-touch automation makes pool-to-spa switching simple. Freeze protection
and Jandy’s exclusive Maintain Temp Function* are just a few of the many features that bring complete control and comfort to your pool and spa today.
More Comfort with Jandy Technology
The LXi advanced digital control system is your key to comfort. Built-in automation makes pool/spa switching simple. Additional control panels can be added for ultimate convenience in the home, pool house or at the equipment pad.
Jandy’s new LXi is the easiest heater to install. The LXi is 33% lighter, with a 15% smaller footprint.
The LXi header improves entire circulation system efficiency. Offset plumbing and 2” universal unions provide added flexibility for simplified, direct connections.
Low NOx, fan-assisted combustion and Hot Surface Ignition System provides maximum performance.
Multiple venting options including sidewall, top or rear connections.
High efficiency C-Fin heat exchanger is designed for lower operating cost and greater savings.
My LXI for my salt water pool and spa turns on and you can hear it try to ignite and smell the natural gas but will not light. I made sure lines were clear good air and water flow to the best of my knowledge. It will not lignite and it says not to use a lighter for the pilot any suggestions? Thank you
Sounds like it is either the flame sensor or the ignitor. I recommend giving Jandy a call to see if they can pinpoint which part you need. Their number is 800-822-7933.
Will a gas heater operate at the low speed of a dual speed motor?
Probably not - Most gas heater will shut off at low GPM levels (20-40) to keep the heater cores from overheating - 20 for 200 BTUs, 40 for 400 BTUs. Depending on your pool system you might get these GPM levels at the low speed but generally these heaters must be run at the motor's high speed.