It's that time of year again in Fl to crank things up in the pool. My sensor on my Aquapure crapped out mid last year after less than a year and I've been just dumping pool chlorine in as needed since then. This time of year I usually switch to dumping chlorine in only because the pool is not screened in and sits under four large Live Oak trees. So from March to early May, leaves, pollen, and lastly the oak catkins fill the pool daily. The swg can't keep up. Once I get it all cleaned after the trees are done, I run the chlorine way up to break point for a few days and let it settle down, then turn the swg back on.
My question is with the sensor replacement for those that know the Jandy system. I see they have a new sensor now with only two sensors rather than three and it is supposed to have a lot less failures and not give error codes like the old ones did. Has anyone switched to this sensor and if so how is it working. I also have a variable speed pump that I run low rpms most of the day and am wondering if the new senors are any better at reading at low flow rates.
Thanks for any input you folks may have. I'm hoping the gamble pays off on the new sensor. If not, I'll not be going with Jandy again I've had way to many problems over the years. They have had problems with their sensors for way too long and cost many owners a lot of money to try to keep them working.