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Thread: Question about iaqualink rs

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    Join Date
    May 2016
    Rocky point/new york

    Question about iaqualink rs

    Hello, I have an iaqualink rs. It controls the light, heater pump on/off and the booster pump for the cleaner. My question is am I able to control the speed of my pump and my salt generator?? Was just curious if there was a way.

    Joe- Rocky Point, NY.Vinyl, 21x36 Free Form inground 20k gallon pool with Pool pilot DIG-220 salt system, STA-RITE system 3 S7M120 pool filter, Polaris 360, Intellipro variable speed P6E6VS4H pump, an electric heater and Aqualink RS power center.

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    Join Date
    Aug 2014

    Re: Question about iaqualink rs

    You have the Autopilot 220, which is not compatible with the AQUALINK. There may be a way to connect it, but you would lose the feature on the autopilot that adjusts the Chlorine production based on the current temperature ( and I'm not sure it could be done but I think somone once indicated it was possible). I don't know about your pump. I have a Jandy pump that permits speed control but you have an Intellipro.
    1200 Sq Ft 41,000 Gal. Gunite, JANDY SVRS VS pump, JANDY JXI 400,000 BTU, Polaris 280 w/ 3/4 BP, Rockwall and Grotto (w/6 jets and blower), 2 JANDY Lam Jets, 2 LED Bubblers, 5 Ledlights, AQUALINK P16 RS, 90% Quartz, SWF 185 GMP BP, SWF 125 BP, Levelor K1100 Autofill, AP Digital SWG, 2 skim and 5 returns, and mostly 3 inch piping

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