Model # EC-620425
Warranty Ecommerce (EC) products: Products purchased from an Authorized Pentair Online Reseller (products beginning with EC-) receive a one (1) year (parts only) warranty from the date of purchase. The exceptions are: IntelliChlor cells and IntelliFlo SVRS pumps which receive a two (2) year warranty. EC products are not eligible for the bundled three (3) year extended warranty.
Alternate Part #'s 620425, EC620425, PENEC-620425
Dynamic Brilliance in a Compact, Easy-Installing Package
Give your pool the ultimate lighting upgrade. MicroBrite Color and White LED Lights provide exceptional brilliance, lighting uniformity and amazing colors. For new pool and spa designs, their compact size delivers the freedom to add dynamic lighting in places never before possible. Let your imagination take you to brighter places!
Hi I need two of these lights. I am having a professional install them. Do I need to purchase any other product other than this light for the install to be completed. We already have the Pentair system running our pool.
I currently have Savi Melody lights, which were bought out by Jandy who now sell Hydrocool, except you can only buy them through an installer. I have Pentair equipment, so I'm wondering if the MicroBrite lights will fit the Savi melody fittings (which I think are just 1.5"). Is there any additional equipment required to work the lights? The Savi Melody lights work by turning them on and off and that cycles through the modes.
Hi, Anthony. Yes, the Pentair MicroBrite - LED Color Light will fit into the same wall fitting as a Savi Melody light.
It looks like all the colors are on. How do I change to only one color. I have the Pentair 600054. Help
Hi, Robert. If changing the dial on the LED Controller did not allow the light to also change, there must be a communication error.
2 to 4 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers, Wire strippers
So a lightning strike zapped our pool lights (and a whole lot more) and we purchased 2 replacement lights. Disconnected power to the panel, tied a long piece of string to old light (wires) where it was wired to transformer, unscrewed old light from pool wall, pulled old light through pool (with string attached), tied string to new pool light wires, pulled string back through electrical box pulling wire for new light, screwed new light to pool wall, (did same for second light). Hooked new wires to new transformer (also zapped), re-energized sub-panel, turned lights on, and BINGO!, Bob's Your Uncle