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Thread: Pool Pilot Nano+ question

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    Mayfield, KY

    Pool Pilot Nano+ question

    Question on my PP Nano+ SWG. If I reset the % output on the panel to lower the output, does it automatically adjust the % to compensate for water temps?
    20'x28' IG, Vinyl, (Sept 2015) 14,900 Gallon, 3'4 to 5'6 deep, SPLAPOOL 1.5 HP, 220v, 2 speed pump, Waterway Carefree 27" 400 LB Sand filter, Digital Nano plus SWG, TF-100 test kit /speed stir. Dolphin Primal x3 robotic cleaner

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    Ft Lauderdale, Florida

    Re: Pool Pilot Nano+ question

    Yes. It always temperature compensates. When it drops below 70 degrees water temperature, you may see some limits on how high you can increase the % setting. As it drops to 55 degrees or colder, it will not allow you to go higher than 1%, but at least it will continue to generate a minimal chlorine residual.
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