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Thread: Easytouch and Intellichlor

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    Easytouch and Intellichlor

    Ok, newbie that is still over thinking things a little.

    After research it appears that you can add chemicals/salt to pool without turning off SWG, just don't add directly to skimmer.

    That said, will disabling Intellichlor in my Easytouch system actually turn off the SWG or just put it in stand alone mode with control on the actual unit only?

    Read some conversation on it may depend how it was originally wired up.
    14x28 vinyl sport pool, 11,500 gal, Pentair Easytouch, Pentair SuperFlo VS, Pentair Intellichlor, Pentair CCRP 150, Polaris 380, 1 LED, 2 Deck Jets, TF-100 and speedstir.

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    Riverside, CA

    Re: Easytouch and Intellichlor

    If the lights go off, its off.

    Regardless of the SWG being on or off, damage can still be done to the thin coating of super top secret material applied to the plates inside the SWG. This is exactly why adding chemicals to the skimmer is not a good idea. Your SWG and heater (if you have one) can be damaged over time.

    With an Easytouch, the controls default to the ET. If you have a standalone transformer and it is not wired correctly then you can still control the cell on the cell itself but that kind of defeats the purpose of automation to begin with.

    What are you trying to do?
    33K In ground Pool/Spa, IntelliFlo, IntelliChlor SWG, Easytouch, ScreenLogic, MasterTemp 400, Quad 100, IntelliPH, MiniPebble, Dolphin Z5, POOL BUILD

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