Pool Controls & Automation
These Hayward Controllers are large multifunction, high voltage control systems. For safety reasons, it is especially important that that controllers are installed in accordance with the NEC and local electrical codes.
A Hayward Authorized Pool Builder or Dealer will be able to help you determine which model is best suited to control the equipment on your pool.
The ProLogic™ can turn various outputs on when freezing temperatures are detected. This function is programmable including which outputs will turn on and the temperature threshold. This freeze protection is normally adequate for areas that experience...
This can easily be accomplished by enabling the "interlock" feature while configuring the control logic for the cleaner pump relay. "Interlock" will automatically turn the relay off when the filter pump is off; during the first 3 minutes of filter ...
Yes, all models are compatible with optional wireless, wired and spaside remote display designed to be mounted on a wall inside the house or next to the spa. The HLWIRELESS has rechargeable batteries that make it fully waterproof and can be left floating in the spa for up to 24 hours.
Yes, all models are compatible with optional wired HLSPASIDE remotes. This remote is designed to be installed near the spa. The HLWIRELESS is designed to be left in the spa for up to 24 hours...
No, almost all OmniLogic and OmniPL controls models (not HLPRO4W) have the built-in electronics necessary -simply purchase the optional Turbo Cell and P-KIT your Omni system will supply all the chlorine needs for your pool (up to 40,000 gallons).
Yes, if your pool is larger than the rated 40,000-gallon capacity, additional Aqua Rite Electronic Chlorine Generators can be wired to the filter pump relay. Each Aqua Rite® chlorinator will sanitize an additional 40,000 gallons.
No and no. The high voltage outputs for controlling pool automation are in addition to the heater and chlorinator functions.