Part # JD363130B
Warranty 2 Year warranty
Alternate Part #'s CPSC16AMCELL
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The JD363130B is a replacement electrode only for the CompuPool CPSC16 salt chlorine generator. CompuPool systems are economically designed so you can replace the electrode without replacing the clear blue housing.
I can see "fizz" coming off my cell, but I keep getting a Zero reading for chlorine level and it is set at 60%. I clean it regularly. Will a new one cure this issue?
Hi, Chris. Replacing the electrode may resolve the low chlorine level that you're experiencing. However, you may also need to check the CYA level of your pool's water.
I have a Compu Pools CPA Series salt water chlorine generator and I need to replace the the cell my Manuel says that a genuine replacement cell for the Compu-Pool CPA150 is what I need to replace it, I have not been able to find this part, do you carry it or can it be replaced with a different one.
Hi, Betty. We do not carry the OEM Compupool electrode, you can use this Pureline CPSC16 replacement electrode.
Do you sell the cell CPSC18?
We sell the CPSC16 and CPSC24 but not the CPSC18.
Hi, I have the Compupool CPA Series 150/ CPA300. I need to replace the Cell do you sell them? Or is there something that I can use instead?
The JD363130B would be the inside replacement for your cell, which is what you need.
I have a CPSC 18 COMPU-CHLOR II. is it possible to adapt a CPSC16 or similar reference on mine ?
Hi Fabien, I am not familiar with a CPSC 18 system but if you currently have a CPSC16 cell, this electrode will replace it.
How much is complete assembly, housing & electrode?
Hi Deloris, there is not a complete assembly with housing pre-assembled. We do carry the CompuPool Inner Electrode Housing for $99 and the outer housing for $74, you may view all of these parts on our CompuPool Salt System Parts Diagram Page
My salt cell system is named "Comfort-Chlor" but the salt cell itself is numbered CPSC16.... SN 038054 would your CPSC16 cell be a direct slide in replacement ?
Hi Dick, If you currently have an CPSC16 Cell, this electrode will replace it.
I have a Compupool CPSC16 chlorinator, my salt level is at 3500. I get the salt level is low message. The system is at least 5yrs old. I cleaned the electrode but no change. I was told to replace the electrode. Could this be the problem?
Hi, You can try Calibrating Salt Readings on CompuPool Salt System using the instruction provided by the link. If that does not work you can then replace the cell.
What is the average life expectancy for the electrode
If maintained well they can last at least the 2 years they are warrantied for. Potentially even double that. Pool chemistry and cell maintenance play vital roles in the life expectancy of these electrodes.
My CPSC16 has been running fine for 3 years, recently I'm getting a water fault reading, clearly there is water going through the system as always, even changed out the filter sand, what could be the reason.
A common problem on these CPSC units is lose connections on the cell side of the cable. Crimp the female leads SLIGHTLY that attach to the end of the cell so that the terminal connections are tight. Also check the salt level. If the salt level is below 2500 ppm, the Water Fault light will illuminate. And the light will also illuminate if salt has just been added and not dissolved completely.
Do you sell the housing for the compupool CPSC24?
Yes we do sell the housing which is the same for all of the CompuPool CPSC units, this housing can be purchased here >http://www.inyopools.com/Products/16401352060535.htm
(4 out of 5 stars) Works good.
Reviewed By: Dakota433 from Oklahoma City, OK ()
Pros: Once established, keeps chlorine level stable.
Cons: After first installing new electrode, it seemed to take a couple of weeks before it would generate enough chlorine.
I am happy with this. This is my third one of these replacement electrodes in 5 years. I have decided they work better to just order a new electrode each summer instead of cleaning the electrodes. I have tried cleaning these as specified, but they never quite work as well as a new one. Also, the sensors seem to get corroded and inaccurate after about a year of use.