I'm using the new Low-Salt Aquatrol
I have few question
The new Low-Salt Aquatrol doesn't come with a flow switch nor a timer.
All the sales people i spoke to said that you can shutoff the pool pump and leave the Aquatrol running (generating chlorine) and it won't damage the cell if there is no flow... IS THIS TRUE ???
I want to set all my AGP system on timer.
The Two speed 120V CGFI outleted circulation pump runs on Low speed most of the time.
The 240V hardwired pool Heater pump can only run when the flow is high enough (that means that if the circulation pump is either off or on low speed, the heater pump will not work)
The Aquatrol Low-Salt runs 24/24 since it is not on timer.
Because i don't want to damage the Cell i have my circulation pump runs 24/24 on low speed except when i need to heat the pool. I then manually switch the circulation pump to high and turn on the Heater pump. This is very annoying and i'm still trying to automatise this operation.
Because the new Aquatrol Low salt does not come with timer nor flow switch.. Is there a solution to my needs ?
I want the pump heater to run at a specific time and the circulation pump to run on low speed when the heater is not running but at the same time i want the Aquatrol not to run if there is no flow.
Do i need to add a timer module to the Low-Salt Aquatrol ?
Do i need to add a flow switch to the Low-Salt Aquatrol ?
What happen if the Low-Salt Aquatrol is on when there is no flow ? ( i tested it and noticed the chlorine coming out from the return...slowly..) can it damage the pool/cell if the pump is off for too long ?
I don't understand why the Above ground pool technology/industry is so primitive. I need an automate solution that doesn't cost leg and arm.