Jandy JEP2.0 ePump Pool & Spa Variable Speed Pump - 2.0HP, 230V
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About this Product
The Jandy JEP2.0 Series Pump is the primary component in owning a pool. With the Jandy JEP2.0, you'll receive high-performance, high-efficiency and extended durability for all your pool operations. The Jandy JEP 2.0 features a 2HP, 230V motor that easily operates the filtration system, spa jets and all other equipment for your pool needs. This motor is ultra efficient, and worry-free with a permanent magnet, permanently lubricated motor. The JEP2.0 also offers operation of special enhancements made such as waterfalls, fountains and vanishing edge designs. With one of the most technological insulation technology, operation is quiet and seamless. The Jandy JEP2.0 can also be paired with interfaces such as Aqualink RS, PDA systems, and the Jandy E-Pump Remote Controller.
When installing the pump, leave a minimum of 2 feet of clearance above the pump for removal of strainer basket.
Features:• Heart of system
• Provides hydraulic power
• Interfaces with Aqualink RS, PDA Systems, ePump Control
• Ultra efficient, ECM, permanent magnet motor
• Extra long motor life and quiet operation
Specifications:• Model: JEP1.5
• Horse Power: 0.25-2.7HP
• Voltage: 230VAC
• Wattage: 2,300W
• Pipe Size: 2 1/2-3"
• Overall Length: 34 1/4"
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Questions & Answers
Is there an additional module required to install in my existing jandy panel to make this motor operate at filter speed and spa speed?
According to a Jandy representative, the Jandy JEP2.0 can be connected this way, however, based on the revision number of your control panel, you may need an upgrade. To get additional details based on particular control panel revisions, contact Jandy Technical Support directly at:
Jandy Telephone Support:
Phone: (800) 822-7933
A Jandy Representative can provide with complete details regarding your application, recent revisions, new features, and upcoming revisions you may be interested in.
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