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Thread: iAqualink 2.0 and light control?

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    iAqualink 2.0 and light control?

    I have a new iAqualink 2.0 set up with 3 Jandy watercolor LED's. 2 in the pool, 1 in the spa. So far I have the software set up, and the device is connected to my network correctly. I can turn on the spa and such from my iphone.

    On the board, the installer for some reason installed the lights on the solar circuit. In service mode, at the panel, I can cycle the lights on and off through all the color options by pressing the solar button.

    When I try to control the lights via my iphone, I run into problems. The lights do turn on and off, but I am unable to really cycle between the light colors. It's controlled through and extra Aux tab, that I have to turn on and off to get it to even attempt to cycle.

    On the Jandy website, they show a page on the app that allows you to select the color you want to see. I have no such page on my app. I have gone through the web page set up, and assigned the right light code to the extra aux button.

    What am I doing wrong?
    Construction began 5/2016. IGF pool. 41' x 21'. Jandy DEV60, Jandy 2hp 2sp pump, Polaris 280 Black Max, Rainbow 320 chlorinator, Jandy JXI 400, Jandy iAqualink, Jandy LED's. 2'x2'x10' rock weeping wall. Dive rock. Tile/Plaster: NPT Silverstone AquaMarine Decking: Stained Stamped Concrete/Stonescapes Aqua Blue with glass beads and abalone. http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...-Fort-Worth-TX

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    Re: iAqualink 2.0 and light control?

    The lights need to be on an aux circuit to have full functionality. What equipment is currently wired into the aux circuits?
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    Re: iAqualink 2.0 and light control?

    Thanks for the reply!

    The manual said something about how the solar port could be used as an additional aux port? I was hoping it would be able to operate as a fully functioning extra aux port. I do not know what is on Aux 1 2 or 3. In addition to the pump, I do have a spa blower, a polaris booster pump, and a heater. I'd guess it's some combination of those things? I'll ask my PB today(but he won't know...) Really hoping rewiring isn't involved as getting the PB to respond to anything is a real pita.

    I am on my own with iAqualink. Their electrician hooked it up, but neither the PB nor his people know how to use it. I did ok with the computer/network part of it. My pool school so far has consisted of "here's your pool equipment".
    Construction began 5/2016. IGF pool. 41' x 21'. Jandy DEV60, Jandy 2hp 2sp pump, Polaris 280 Black Max, Rainbow 320 chlorinator, Jandy JXI 400, Jandy iAqualink, Jandy LED's. 2'x2'x10' rock weeping wall. Dive rock. Tile/Plaster: NPT Silverstone AquaMarine Decking: Stained Stamped Concrete/Stonescapes Aqua Blue with glass beads and abalone. http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...-Fort-Worth-TX

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    Re: iAqualink 2.0 and light control?

    Sounds like you could move one of the existing aux controlled devices (blower for example) to the solar relay and swap in the light.
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    Re: iAqualink 2.0 and light control?

    Just to close the loop, talked to Jandy today. We were able to reconfigure the solar circuit into one labled extra Aux in the app, and somehow he reset things so that the app now works as intended. I can see all the colors on the app, and select them, even though technically, they are on the solar circuit.
    Construction began 5/2016. IGF pool. 41' x 21'. Jandy DEV60, Jandy 2hp 2sp pump, Polaris 280 Black Max, Rainbow 320 chlorinator, Jandy JXI 400, Jandy iAqualink, Jandy LED's. 2'x2'x10' rock weeping wall. Dive rock. Tile/Plaster: NPT Silverstone AquaMarine Decking: Stained Stamped Concrete/Stonescapes Aqua Blue with glass beads and abalone. http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...-Fort-Worth-TX

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    Re: iAqualink 2.0 and light control?

    Good to know the solar relay can be a fully functional circuit.

    Glad it is sorted
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