What Do You Get When You Buy The C-5 with a corded heater?

The CORDED C5 has been discontinued.
The NEW C6 will be released soon and
will come with a corded heater.
Stay Tune.

Questions About the C6

The C6 uses a plastic case that will give longer life to the unit. It also has plug in points for either High Flow Through Heater or Low Flow Heater.

The C6 system is really nice and simple. The "box" is standard. You add which heater style you need.
Most hottubs use a "flow through" heater which uses the lower speed high flow pump. The C6 uses the standard 15" heater that is becoming almost universal. Because its corded you can place the heater where your existing heater is.
Many higher end hot tubs use a 24/7 small low flow heater pump that constant circulates the water for heat and cleaning. These systems require a "low flow" heater. Low flow heaters are designed for a lower flow of water over the element.

The base C6 comes with the popular T7s topside included. You have the option to upgrade to a larger T8s topside.

Not really. Some small changes you might not notice. The current generation of the "C' series has proven a long life and multifunction topside.

C6 With Topside

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Questions About the C6 Heaters

The heater shown to right on top is the "high flow through" heater. This is industry standard. It requires a standard high flow pump and that water flows through the heater and absorbs the heat and transfers it to the spa.
Second shown is the "low flow" heater which uses lower flow of water from a low flow pump. Typically the low flow pump operates 24/7.
These heater are NOT interchangeable.

The C6 system is really nice and simple. The "box" is standard. You add which heater style you need.
Most hottubs use a "flow through" heater which uses the lower speed high flow pump. The C6 uses the standard 15" heater that is becoming almost universal. Because its corded you can place the heater where your existing heater is.
Many higher end hot tubs use a 24/7 small low flow heater pump that constant circulates the water for heat and cleaning. These systems require a "low flow" heater. Low flow heaters are designed for a lower flow of water over the element.

The "high flow" is a 2" x 15" heater as shown. For most spas you simply remove the old and install this unit. The outstanding feature is that it will almost any heater you have. Just check to make sure you have this style and length. Behind the picture are the cords that plug into the C6 box.
The "low flow" can be placed anywhere it works for you. The barb connections for the plumbing are 3/4" which is standard. 
As shown with both, they come with foot bracket allowing you to secure to the floor of the spa if desired.

C6 Heaters

Questions About Components

This socket is an AMP 4 point socket. The unit comes wired to apply 110v to the socket. We can explain how easy it is to change voltage to 220v
Having an "ozonator" is optional.

This socket is an AMP 2 point socket. The unit comes wired to apply 12vac to the socket. This is industry standard.
Mood lights commonly have a 2 pin AMP plug.

This socket is an AMP 4 point socket. The unit comes wired to apply 110v to the socket. We can explain how easy it is to change voltage to 220v
Circulation pumps are a small 24/7 pump that pushes low flow pressure through a low flow heater. 
Only used on spas that have such a low pressure heating system.

This socket is an AMP 4 point socket. The unit comes wired to apply 220v to the socket. We can explain how easy it is to change voltage to 110v.
This socket is the PRIMARY jet pump. On most spas the #1 jet pump is 2 speed. When on low the pump will push water through the flow through heater and heat. 
On spas that have adaquent power going to the spa it will also heat when this jet pump is on HIGH. On applications operating on 110vac when you activate the HIGH feature of the pump the heater will turn off since 110vac service lines cannot provide sufficient power. 

These sockets are AMP 4 point socket. The unit comes wired to apply 220vac to the Pump 2 socket and 110v to Pump 3 socket.
Your unit may NOT have either Pump 2 or Pump 3. 
Pump 2  will apply 220v to the socket when Jet Pump II is activated. When AUX is activated 110vac will be applied to this socket.
This might sound confusing be its really not. No spas operating on 110v have either a Jet 2 or Jet 3. What it might have is an air blower which blows air usually under the seat. If you have that you treat Pump 3 socket as the AUX. Now when you press AUX on the topside the air bubbler with operation. NOTE: You must match voltage of component to how the C6 is wired.

This socket is an AMP 4 point socket. The unit comes wired to apply 110v to the socket. We can explain how easy it is to change voltage to 220v.
On a few models there is a built in audio system. This socket applies voltage to audio 24/7. So it always HOT. Spas with radio or like will have a step down transformer to transfer the higher line voltage to 12vdc. That is a separate unit. All this socket does is feed line voltage to the item. By default the C6 is wired to apply 110vac. That can be changed.

C6 Plugins