Hayward TriStar VS Variable Speed Pump - SP3202VSP - New Model
Hayward TriStar VS Variable Speed Pump

Hayward TriStar VS Variable Speed Pump - SP3202VSP - New Model

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Part Number:SP3202VSP
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Hayward TriStar VS variable speed pump is specifically designed to replace most high performance pumps installed today. This Hayward TriStar VS pool pump can save up to 90% on energy costs, an average of $1500 per year, compared with traditional single-speed units, paying for itself faster than larger, more expensive models.

Hayward TriStar VS Pump Features:

  • Designed to replace most full-rate high performance pumps up to 1.5 full-rate or 2.0 max-rate HP
  • A Hayward automation-only model (SP3202VSPND) remains available
  • No-rib, extra- large basket design ensures easy leaf and debris removal and extends time between cleanings
  • ENERGY STAR Certified and compliant with industry regulations including Title 20 and APSP 15; eligible for local utility rebates
  • Install in any application: in stand-alone mode, with Hayward automation (including OmniLogic), or with competitive control systems (via relay control)
  • Permanent magnet, totally enclosed fan cooled (TEFC) motor offers incredible energy efficiency and reliability
  • Fully programmable, digital control interface rotates to four different positions or mounts to the wall for more convenient access and viewing
5 Stars
Homeowner
Gotta say I love this new variable speed Tristar pump. It was very easy to install and setup was a breeze. My old Hayward Super Pump was burning over 320 kilowatt hours per month running at only four hours a day. It was costing me nearly $130 a month in electricity. Now with the new Tristar VS, I run the pump at a very low 1000 RPM for 17 hours a day and an hour a day at 2000 RPM for my Polaris sweeper, and I only use around 34 kilowatts a month which translates to only around $14 a month for electricity. And the best thing of all is that the pump is so quiet at the low speed that you can't even tell that it's on. LOVE IT!
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Reviewed by:  from San Jose, CA. on 2/8/2017
5/5
5 Stars
Homeowner
When my Tristar two speed motor vaporized I wanted to upgrade to a variable speed unit but needed one that would integrate with my existing Jandy RS control system. After sifting thru the internet and seeing much conflicting information I decided to go with the Hayward SP3202VSP since it looked like it could be controlled by any system via simple combinations of energizing three low voltage wires using my existing relays (plus two more). An added bonus was it was a drop in replacement for my old pump. I had considered just upgrading the motor, but the new pump/motor assembly was more cost effective and less work, plus the $200 rebate from the power company was a no brainer. The unit is great; super quiet, totally adjustable, plus you can limit maximum speed to reduce the friction losses at high flows simply by reading out watts used on the display. I set mine to 3200 RPM max since anything more showed rapidly increasing power draw. My settings are 1250 RPM for filtering (so quiet it can run at night during cheaper power rates), 2500 RPM for the suction side floor cleaner, and 3200 RPM for the spa. The shipping was a day sooner than I expected and the price was the best I found. My only unknown is durability but so far I am extremely pleased.
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Reviewed by:  from California. on 2/8/2017
5/5
5 Stars
Owner
Easy to install, easy to set up, and works great. Thank you
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Reviewed by:  from California. on 8/31/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Mr.
Not a lot to say at this point. The unit has been in service for almost 1 month and there have been no issues. It was easy enough to install, though I did have to modify the concrete pad to align the pump suction port with the existing plumbing. No biggie there. The outlet plumbing needed some re-vamping, which was anticipated, so again, no big thing. There are eight (8) timers built into the controller, which is way to many for my use, as I don't have any water features or hot tub, and chlorination is presently done by a Hayward tablet chlorinator, so no special speed needs there. I just needed to up the speed on the default timer (#1) (2600 RPM @ 542 watts) to make my DE filter happy and get enough flow to filter. It will be a year or more before I can give positive, year-over-year electricity usage. There are a lot of factors to consider because I replaced the old single-speed pump at the time of the year when I transition from 4 hours per day run time (cool weather) to 6 hours per day (summer). I never did run the old pump for 8 hours, and I started off running the Tristar VS from 9AM to 5PM right off the bat because I was fighting off some black algae that cropped up while the old pump was down. The pool looks really good now, black algae is gone, so I'll probably cut my operating time back to 6 hours soon. I don't know if that will maintain the clarity or not at this point. I know from the pressure on the filter and the water turbulence at the outlets that I'm filtering less that I was, but I also know that the filter is going much, much longer between bump cycles. I guess there's no need to get too analytical right now, because I intend to replace the chlorinator and filter both later this year. One thing I will say - though I really like this pump, don't let anyone sell you on the fact that it's quieter. At 2600 RPM it is nearly as loud as the old single-speed pump was running at 3450 RPM. I'm not saying that's a fault or a problem, or that I'm in any way dissatisfied - I'm just saying. I'll come back with an update once I've had more time with the Tristar VS.
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Reviewed by:  from Altamonte Springs, FL. on 5/17/2017
5/5

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