I had a Compupool CPSC-48 that I've replaced with a CPX-36 unit. That's a whole another story, but here's my review of the CPX-36 and install.
Overall the unit is easy to install with basic electrical and plumbing skills.
The unit comes with 2 unions designed to fit 2 inch PVC piping and you will need to purchase reducers to fit 1.5 inch piping if that is what you have. They're inexpensive about $2.00 per fitting (you'll need 2 of them). The CPSC series would fit both 1.5 and 2 inch PVC Piping.
You need to cut out about 14 inches of piping to install the cell. I cut out where I had my other cell. It went in no problem. The don't forget to put on the threaded collars prior to gluing, it might even be better to dry fit it all together first. Unions, collars and the cell.
I used the blue glue PVC to put it all together it's quick acting.
The cell comes with a 15 foot cable that has a quick connect to the bottom of the power supply. The power supply is pretty heavy and the power cord is about 6 feet long. The power supply will run on 120 or 240 volts. It comes wired for 240 volts. The conversion is a 5 minute job. Take off the 6 screws from the bottom holding the front panel on and change 2 wires. The actual directions are in the owners manual.
I've got my unit hooked up to the timer that turns on the pump. Currently I'm running about 10 hours and it's set at 50%. I'll take a week or so to get it dialed in.
The actual cell design flow is also different, you can see into the cell, and the bubbles coming off the plates but you can't see the plates as easily as you could in the CPSC units.
I'm also having an issue when my pump is on low (22 GPM) and the power supply at 100% my cell will kick off in about 2 minutes due to the gas forming in the cell. A majority of the water goes straight through the cell with a portion passing over the plates in the full flow. With the pump on high (55 gpm flow) it's not an issue. This isn't an issue if you rotate the cell 90 or 180 degrees. Spoke with Jason at Compupool and he stated this was acceptable.
When you install the unit the wire connector goes on the the up stream side of the flow.
Overall I'm happy with the working unit.
More to follow.