This Gecko® printed circuit board (PCB) is for HydroQuip & EasyPak hot tub control systems. Supports a primary hot tub pump, secondary pump or blower, circ pump, ozonator and light.
- Genuine OEM Gecko® Board
- Compatible with ECO-6 4-button digital topside control keypads
Product Notes: Replacement circuit board for EasyPak EP2200 & HydroQuip CS4200, CS6200 & CS9200; ECO-2 Series. New version of this board no longer support fiber optic lighting. 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 -OR-
Blower Circuit: 1-Speed pump or blower 120V/240V
Light Circuit:12V Spa Light
Fiber Optic Circuit:Not Supported
Ozone/UV-C Circuit: 120V/240V
Circulation Pump Circuit:120V/240V
A/V Circuit:Not Supported
Compatible Control Keypad Type: ECO-6 4-button Digital
Compatible Keypad Part Numbers:HQ0044, 34-0200
Chip/Part Numbers: HQP330024R6, 33-0024, 33-0024-K, 33-0024-R1, 33-0024-R2, 33-0024-R3, 33-0024-R4, 33-0024-R5, 33-0024-R6, 59-355-1097, 9298-20
Warranty: 1 year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty
IMPORTANT: Damage due to incorrect installation is not covered under warranty.
Installed it in about 45 minutes had my tub up and going again tech support was awsome
It works after a bit more effort. I like the design better than the original. Looks like they learned from the melted relays and foils of the original design, and built this rev to prevent that. My original board had the temperature sensors hard wired instead of using plugs, and connectors were not supplied. I had to improvise. Hind sight I probably should have called about the connectors, but I wasn't that patient. Wanted to get it working before it froze and I had a bigger mess. Also I wired it wrong initially. Followed the instructions supplied and had error messages and pump and heater didn't work. Downloaded other manuals from the website, and found explanation that it came setup for 120, and if you were using 240, to move jumpers. Then it started working fine and has for a week so far. I own some of the issues, but better documentation could have avoided them. Just happy it's working without having to replace the whole system.