This Balboa® printed circuit board (PCB) is for Super Duplex hot tub control systems. Supports a 2-speed primary pump, 1-speed secondary pump, blower, circ pump, ozonator/UVC, & light.
- Genuine OEM Board
- Compatible with Digital Duplex & Lite Duplex topside control keypads
Product Notes: Supports one light - either standard 12V spa light or 120V fiber optic lighting, or optional 120V 100W circuit. Balboa® circuit boards must be identified with the chip number and/or part number to guarantee the existing control keypad and other components will function. See below for associated part and chip numbers. Circuit boards are not returnable, but are covered under warranty.
Primary Pump Circuit: 2-Speed - 120V/240V
Secondary Pump Circuit: 1-Speed - 120V/240V
Blower Circuit: 120V/240V
Light Circuit:12V Spa Light
Ozone/UVC Circuit: 120V/240V
Circulation Pump Circuit:120V/240V
A/V Circuit:Not Supported
Compatible Control Keypad Type: Digital Duplex, Lite Duplex topside
Compatible Keypad Part Numbers:51223, 51225, 51676
Chip Numbers: 2500ESR2E, B2DGDPR2A, B2DGDPR2B, B2DGDPR2C, B2DGDPR2D, BD2DPR2A, BH50D, BSDGPR1A, BSEV50, BSUN50D, CAT100R1A, CAT100R1B, CAT100R1C, CS5000R1A, CS5000R1B, CS5000R1C, ELITER1A, ELITER1B, ELITER1C, GRDELTR1A, GRDELTR1B, GRDELTR1C, H50DR1A, H50DR2A, HPL1000R1A, HPL1000R1B, HPL1000R1C, HS50R1A, HS50R1B, HS50R1C, LB102R1A, LB102R1B, LB102R1C, LB102R1D, M1R1A, M1R1B, M1R1C, MAJ150R1A, MAJ150R1B, MAJ150R1C, MAS200R1A, MAS200R1B, MAS200R1C, MAS225R1A, MAS225R1B, MIL75R1B, Q2002R1A, WS75R1B
Cross Reference Numbers: 33-54091, 33-54091-K, 50973, 51239, 51686, 51692, 51777, 51786, 51793, 52299, 53183, 53187, 54091, 59-138-1045, 611154, 9710-15, BAL54091
Warranty: 1 year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty
IMPORTANT: Damage due to incorrect installation is not covered under warranty.
fit perfectly and no issues whatsoever. customer support was great in identifying the correct control board for our spa. Easy swap.
my problem was spa had code on display OH . it overheated and would shut down. was not sure if hi-limit sensor or temp sensor was bad. found out relay on mother board was sticking .