Simplest of setups
In.touch 2 comes with a state-of-the-art app and 2 pre-paired radio frequency transmitters:
One being part of your spa system and the second one, being connected to your Internet router. Both RF transmitters are pre-linked to one another, enabling an immediate and perfect communication between you and
installing the home transmitter
The home transmitter is provided with an ethernet cable and a power supply.
The in.touch 2 home transmitter unit must be installed inside the house, connected to a router and powered by the provided wall transformer. A longer ethernet cable may be used to bring the home transmitter closer to the spa.
Simply connect the ethernet cable into the RJ45 port of the in.touch 2 home transmitter and in one of the available LAN ports on your router. To power up the home transmitter, plug the provided wall outlet charger to a 120V (North American model) or 220V (European model) household supply and connect the USB cable to the wall outlet and the home transmitter.
installing the spa transmitter
If you purchased a spa with in.touch 2 as a standard feature or as an option, note that the spa transmitter will be pre-installed.
To ensure proper signal transmission, it may be necessary to change the position of the transmitter once the spa is installed in the yard. The transmitter should be located on the side of the spa facing the house.
The in.touch 2 spa transmitter must be installed under the spa skirt, at least 12” (30 cm) away from any metal component or structure, as close as possible to the house to optimize the signal strength.
Simply connect the spa transmitter into an available CO port of the spa control system (or any other accessory with a free CO port, such as the in.stream 2 audio amplifier, or the in.clear water sanitization system).
pairing the home and spa transmitters
If you bought an in.touch 2 equipped spa or a complete retrofit kit, both transmitters of your in.touch 2 will be factory pre-paired.
If you need to replace a transmitter or pair your transmitters again, power up the home transmitter and press on its pairing button with a paper clip. The status light of the transmitter will blink yellow.
Then, shut off the spa’s breaker to turn the spa transmitter off. Wait a little and put the breaker back on. Within a few seconds, pairing will be completed and both transmitter status lights will turn to blue.
transmitters status LED indicator
Both the home and spa transmitters have color status LED that can be used for troubleshooting purposes.
* When the LED status is blinking (blue, green or red) this indicates that the communication between the EN module and the CO module it not established.