Combining aesthetics and performance, user simplicity and consistency with the past, everything on this display has been conceived to simplify access to the available information. At any time, and without needing to move close to the display, users can clearly identify unit status. Even when the display is in standby, users can at a quick glance check unit status and verify any alarms, with a maximum of eight different notifications available. This new feature offers important benefits for a room terminal: rather than two separate devices, the display alone can manage both functions. The elegant design however means the USB port is hidden from view, neatly concealed behind the faceplate, while still being easy to access. The innovations introduced on pGDX have been developed in such a way as to ensure continuity with tradition: the mounting arrangement allows simple replacement of the current pGD1 solution, maintaining the same dimensions and connections, while the new touch graphics also incorporate the interface developed for the previous generation of displays.
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It can be installed at the PoolPak unit or in another convenient location up to feet away. All status, set points and configuration points are available through the RIU. The maximum distance from the PoolPak control panel is 1, feet.
For distances greater than 1, feet, contact the factory. Failures due to mounting the keypad inside the pool room will not be covered under warranty. The wall mounting of the terminal first requires the back piece A of the RIU assembly. The RIU is designed to fit a single gang, extra-deep electrical box mounted horizontally in the wall. The RJ25 jack and most of the black cable should be placed inside the box before installing the mounting bracket.
See figure below and detailed instructions. Fasten the back piece A to the gang box using the rounded-head screws supplied in the packaging. Use the screws that come with the box to secure the bracket.
Thread the 6-conductor cable through the back piece A and connect to the back of front panel B. Rest the front panel B on the back piece A and fasten the parts together using the flush-head screws supplied in the packaging.
Finally, fit the click-on frame C.
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