I wasn't sure what forum area to post this in, but since the SWG is my first concern, I started here.
My pump would hum but not spin as I attempted to open my pool this year, and I got a late start anyway as we've been busy and the warm weather's coming. Time being of the essence, I called my pool guy (he installed the pool ~12 years ago) and had him replace the pump. He put in a Pentair Superflow VS. Had I time to read ahead I'd have probably chosen a two-speed instead, but that's water under the bridge now.
The rest of my system includes an Aqua Logic SWG + controller, one of the earlier models. Right now it's just hooked in place of the former single speed pump; if I read the manual correctly, as long as it doesn't go 24 hours without power, it'll run on whatever its internal schedule calls for when the Aqua Logic controller turns the pump power on. I might eventually wish to order the pump's control cable and let the automation have more control... someday.
But for now, I want to understand: what's the relationship between SWG output and pump speed? Assuming I don't go below the minimum flow level for the SWG to kick in, does it create approximately the same amount of chlorine, no matter the flow? So at a slower speed, the returns would have a higher concentration of chlorine, that would hopefully then "mix" in the pool, so same runtime approximately equals the same amount of chlorine in the pool, regardless of speed?