My pool is currently a traditional chlorine configuration but I am going to transition it to a SWG this spring.
With that in mind, I'm considering purchasing the Hayward Goldline PL-Plus with 40k gallon cell (Amazon.com : Hayward Goldline PL-PLUS ProLogic 40, 000-Gallon Electronic Pool Chlorinator : Swimming Pool Timers : Patio, Lawn Garden)
By my understanding this will give me the salt cell, pump control, heater control and remote/wifi control of those features.
In the future I'll be picking up the pH/Orp sense & dispense to assist in basic chemistry monitoring/control. (Amazon.com : Hayward AQL-CHEM pH/ORP Sense and ORP Dispense Chemistry Kit 1 : Swimming Pool Maintenance Kits : Patio, Lawn Garden)
What am I missing or doing wrong here?
Those of you with this same unit; will I actually be getting the kind of control I'm expecting?
The unit comes with a 40k gallon cell. My pool is just under 14k gallons. It seems like overkill, but the next smallest unit is on 15k, which seems like cutting it too close. Am I ok with the 40k gallon cell?
Any other thoughts or comments on my plan?
Thanks, I've gotten a ton of information from this forum. It's been a huge help already, and I haven't even taken the winter cover off of this new pool...