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    Rainbow city

    Pool pilot digital nano

    On the LED display is 30% 40% 60% purifying.. is that salt content or fresh water??!

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    DFW, TX

    Re: Pool pilot digital nano

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    That is percent of the time the cell is making chlorine. Most SWG have a 2-3 hour cycle time. So 50% on a 3 hour cycle would mean it is making chlorine 1.5 hours.

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    Jul 2015
    Mayfield, KY

    Re: Pool pilot digital nano

    The Digital Nano plus is what I have. The % number is the amount of chlorine generating out every 15 minutes. 50% is 7.5 minutes. I don't know if that equals the math of Pooldv, I just know that is how the timing works on them.
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