Built-in Energy Efficiency

The Stealth ePump’s eight variable speeds and high-efficiency motor make it one of the quietest and most efficient pumps available today.

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Energy Efficiency Built-in.

The ePump's fully programmable variable-speed, high-efficient motor make it one of the quietest and and most efficient pumps available. This ENERGY STAR® certified pump consumes significantly less energy than a comparable 2.0HP single-speed pumps, offering savings of over $1,100 per year*.


  • Completely programmable and customizable with five control system options: iAquaLink™, Aqualink® RS OneTouch™, Aqualink® Touch™, Aqualink RS PDA, and JEP-R Pump Controller
  • Stealth™ Pump Technology
  • Ultra-high-efficiency motor enables cooler, quieter operation and extended motor life
  • The largest trap basket on the market allows for less time to be spent on maintenance
  • Ergonomic handles and easy-to-read indicators
  • Ergonomic handles and easy-to-read indicators
  • 2.2 HP and 2.7 HP models available

*Based on a 28,000 gallon pool with 2 turnovers per day at an average power cost of 0.195/kWh; when tested in accordance with the applicable requirements of 10 CFR 429.

Technical Details

  • Includes Stealth wet end
  • Energy-saving ECM permanent magnet TEFC motor
  • Extra long motor life & quiet operation
  • 600-3450 RPM range


Models Description

Parts Breakout Diagram

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Models Description  
JEP-R Jandy Pro Series ePump Remote Controller Jandy VS FloPro Digital Controller
SEAQL1001 Jandy Pro Series Sweep Elblow Aqualink Temp
SEFL1002 Jandy Pro Series Sweep Elbow Flowlink

Frequently Asked Questions

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Air leaks are still present.

1 Check the suction side piping union. While the pump is running, try to tighten the union. If this does not stop the air leak, turn off the pump. Loosen both unions and slide the pump out of the way. Remove, clean and re-install both union o-rings.
2. Reposition the pump next to the piping and secure the union nuts to the pump. With clean union o-rings, hand tightening of the unions should create a seal. If the unions still do not seal, gently tighten with a large pair of tongue and groove pliers. DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.

Bubbles present in the pump basket.

1. Air in system. Check the pool or spa water level to ensure it is at the proper level and that air is not being drawn into the suction plumbing.
2. If the water is at normal level, turn off the pump. Remove the lid and check for debris around the lid o-ring seat, as this will cause air leaks in the system.
3. Clean the lid o-ring and put the lid back in place.
4. Hand tighten the lid to make an air tight seal.
5. Do not use any tools to tighten the lid. Turn the pump back on.

The cleaning/circulating system is not operating correctly.

1. Verify that the skimmer baskets, pump basket and other screens are clean. Clean as necessary.
2. Check filter and clean as necessary.
3. Check valve positions. Adjust as necessary. Note: Multiple pieces of equipment operating at one time (for example, waterfalls, spa jets, and surface returns) will affect the cleaning system and may prevent it from working properly.
4. Check the cleaning system manual to ensure that the system is adjusted according to the manufacturer's recommendations.

The pump gets hot and shuts off periodically.

1. Ensure that there is adequate room around the motor to circulate air and keep the motor cool.
2. Have a qualified electrician check for loose connections and check the voltage at the pump motor while it is in operation. The voltage must be within 10% of the motors data plate rating. If the voltage is not within 10%, contact a qualified electrician and/or the local power service provider.

The pump is leaking water between the motor and pump body.

This is caused by a damaged or failed mechanical seal. Replace the seal. See the "Mechanical Seal Replacement" portion of the manual.

There is no air in the system, but the pressure is still low.

1. It is possible that debris is caught in the impeller. The pump impeller moves the water, and the vanes in the impeller can become blocked with debris. See the "Blocked Impeller" portion of your manual for more information.

There is no debris blocking the impeller and the pressure is still low.

1. The pump impeller and diffuser are showing signs of normal wear. Have a qualified service technician check the impeller and diffuser and replace as necessary.
2. If the pump is part of a relatively new instalaltion, it could be an electrical problem. Contact a qualified service technician. Have the technician check for loose electrical connections and check the voltage at the pump motor while in operation. The voltage must be within 10% of the motor's data plate rating. If the vltage is not within 10%, contact a qualified electrician and/or the local power service provider.
3. Pump seal is leaking air. Have a qualified service technician replace the seal.

Will I lose water if I run my pool pump on Bypass?

No, you only lose water in a pool if there is a leak, through splash out, and when you backwash.


Jandy Pro Series Pump Reference Guide (EN)

Item #: SA6228
File Size: 1868863
Language: EN

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ePump I/O Manual

Item #: H0311700
File Size: 17218061
Language: EN

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ePump Simulator

Item #: ePumpSimulator.exe
File Size: 2044071
Language: EN

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