Saline Generating Systems (now CMP) Breeze 540 Replacement Salt Cell
Saline Generating Systems (now CMP) Breeze 540 Replacement Salt Cell

Saline Generating Systems (now CMP) Breeze 540 Replacement Salt Cell

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Part Number: SGSB540-RC
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Genuine OEM 5-Blade Replacement Salt Cell for the Saline Generating Systems Breeze 540 (now CMP) salt chlorine generator. 40,000 gallon max capacity.
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Power: 1.35 lbs/day
3 Year Limited Warranty
10000 Hours Rated Lifespan
40000 Gallons Max Capacity

The Breeze 540 replacement cell is compatible with Saline Generating Systems Breeze 540 and 5-blade CMP salt chlorine generators The Breeze 540 salt cell is the factory original replacement cell model designed to easily drop in place and allow you to replace your old Breeze 540 cell in minutes. This cell is made to meet or exceed original factory specs and has 100% guaranteed compatibility.

Replacing the Breeze 540 cell will allow your salt chlorine generator to begin chlorinating again if your old Breeze 540 salt cell has been depleted. The Breeze 540 cell sanitizes your swimming pool in an eco-friendly and cost-efficient way, and also helps provide a luxurious swimming experience without the eye irritation and dry skin.


When replacing your Breeze 540 salt cell, take this opportunity to make sure it is sized correctly. Sizing your salt cell properly is key to making sure you will not need to supplement with additional chlorine or shock your pool, and also extends the lifespan of your cell. The industry recommends using a salt cell with a max capacity of 1.5-2 times the actual size of your pool (more is better). The Breeze 540 is manufacturer rated for a maximum capacity of 40,000 gallons.


This replacement salt cell for the Breeze 540 is 100% compatible with original systems (no software/firmware issues). The Breeze 540 cell has the same length, threading, and cable connection for direct replacement. Also compatible with older SG3000 systems

To get the most life out of your salt cell and to keep your pool running without unexpected interruptions, make sure it is sized correctly, maintain correct water balance, and be sure and inspect your cell at least every 3 months for leaks, debris, and calcium scale. Be sure to follow instructions in the product manual and clean the cell as often as the system indicates.

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Q & A

Q: Can you use a 540 salt cell on a 320 power source?

Asked by: Mike - 3/31/2020
A: Yes, bigger is better so when a cell needs to be replaced its a good opportunity to upgrade.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (3/31/2020)

Q: I currently have a Breeze 540 and I need to replace the cell. Can I upgrade the Cell to a 760 without changing the rest of the system?

Asked by: Scott - 6/3/2020
A: No, unfortunately a 760 model requires a control unit with a larger transformer inside.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (6/3/2020)

Q: Does this work with a Blue Torrent Salt Water Chlorine Generator?

Asked by: jeffrey gamble - 6/9/2020
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Q: My pool is approximately 17,800 gallons. Will a 3 cell breeze salt cell be enough to take care of chlorinating my pool?

Asked by: Kenny Bean - 9/13/2020
A: If you currently have a Breeze 540, I would not put a 320 cell on your pool - that's a pretty big downgrade and it would put you right at its max capacity. More power is better - your salt system will work less hard to keep the pool clean, last longer, and you can turn it up higher to knock out problems when you eventually need it.
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Answer provided by: Doug (9/14/2020)

Q: Only 2 plates that are connected to each other on my SGS Breeze 540 show calcium build-up and need to be manually cleaned frequently as if they no longer self-clean. The other 3 plates that are connected to each other appear non-functional because I'm not generating enough chlorine with only 40% functionality. Is this a sign of a bad cell, or is it a controller issue?

Asked by: Ron - 4/21/2021
A: If you are not getting a warning light or blinking power LED light on your control box, I would pretty safely assume the system is working normally. Based on my experience, it is common to see calcium on alternating sets of plates at times, and that doesn't indicate whether a system is or is not generating.
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Answer provided by: Kenneth (4/21/2021)