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    Need help with a question about Pentair Transceivers

    My old Pentair Wireless controller (520164) died and I could not find a new replacement. So I brought the new replacement model (520907). The question is, will my old transceiver (520601-version 1020) work with the new controller? Thanks.

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    Re: Need help with a question about Pentair Transceivers

    Hi, Ray - this may not be in the right section, but answering in hopes of helping out. pentaire has several generations of communications protocols from what I've read. Depending on how old yours may be, buying a new receiver may not match the transmitter/remote, so it may not work. Listed on the back of the remote should be a revision number that you can google to find the communications protocol in use. Buying a matching receiver should work, hut at higher cost. Good luck,
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    Re: Need help with a question about Pentair Transceivers

    Quote Originally Posted by LongDuck View Post
    Hi, Ray - this may not be in the right section, but answering in hopes of helping out. pentaire has several generations of communications protocols from what I've read. Depending on how old yours may be, buying a new receiver may not match the transmitter/remote, so it may not work. Listed on the back of the remote should be a revision number that you can google to find the communications protocol in use. Buying a matching receiver should work, hut at higher cost. Good luck,

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