Sta-Rite IntelliPro VS SVRS Pool Pump
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Sta-Rite P6E6XS4H-209L IntelliPro VS+SVRS 3HP Ultra Energy Efficient Variable Speed Pool Pump, 230V


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SKU #: P6E6XS4H-209L

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Short Description

combines variable drive technology, onboard digital intelligence and permanent magnet motors to reduce energy costs.

Pool Pump Features:

  • Ability to program exact pump speeds for specific operations - filtering, heating, cleaning, spa jets, water features and more - slashes energy costs up to 90%
  • SVRS model complies with Virginia Graeme Baker Safety Act.
  • Built-in diagnostics protect the IntelliPro pump from the most common causes of premature failure - overheating, freezing and voltage irregularities (SVRS model includes priming protection as well)
  • No SVRS calibrations needed. Built-in SVRS cannot be turned off
  • Safety lock-out feature (password protected) on SVRS model prevents pump speed settings from being changed by unauthorized personnel
  • Ability to set minimum and maximum speeds on SVRS model so IntelliPro will only operate within the ranges set to help assure safe operation and long life
  • Compatible with IntelliTouch, EasyTouch and SunTouch pool control systems
  • NSF Certified, UL and ETL listed as an ASME A112.19.17.2002 Device

Description

IntelliPro Variable Speed pumps combine variable drive technology, onboard digital intelligence and permanent magnet motors (used in hybrid cars) to reduce pump-related energy costs by up to 90 percent. The new IntelliPro VS+SVRS model is the first swimming pool pump to feature a built-in Safety Vacuum Release System that detects drain blockage and automatically shuts the pump off. An Eco Select Brand Choice: Standard pool pumps can consume as much energy as all other home appliances combined...often costing more than $1,000 per year! IntelliPro VS-3050 & VS+SVRS Variable Speed Pump pumps can typically cut energy use by up to 90 percent, generally saving $620 to $1,360 in utility costs annually...more where rates are higher than average. Savings based on comparison pump running between 6 and 12 hours per day at the national average of 15 cents/kilowatt hour in a 20,000 gallon pool. Actual savings may vary based on plumbing size and length, pump model, service factor, flow rates, and other hydraulic factors.