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Thread: Color Logic 320 networked vs Sr Smith Treo networked

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    Color Logic 320 networked vs Sr Smith Treo networked

    Looking to replace 3 small fiber optic lights with LED’s.
    Moved into a house with pool a year ago, only thing I know about the pool is that liner was replaced 3 years ago. Problem is that old lights are covered by vinyl liner (they must not have been working) with a ring 3.5” outer diameter and 2” inner diameter (trying to attach picture) So my plan was to drain pool 10 inches, carefully cut liner so I can pull lights out and fish new one’s back in. I think I can take it from there.
    My first choice are the Hayward 320 color logics (networked). They seem brighter (23 watts), have more colors and light shows and looks like these lights don’t protrude into pool. Hayward customer support is pretty quick to say they will not work unless niche is exactly 1.5” (looks like I have 2” but might be 1.5” will not be able to tell until draining pool and cut liner covering old light) and 8” behind light (I think I have that). Seems like these lights are more for new construction.
    Second choice, Sr. Smith’s Treo (networked … don’t seem as bright (5 watts) , not as many colors/shows and the protrude into pool been told these light should lights will work. These lights would be a little more economical.
    If anyone is familiar, or has purchased/ installed either of these lights I would really appreciate hearing from you. Any input/advice that would help me with this project would also be appreciated.

    Swansboro NC

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    Central MD

    Re: Color Logic 320 networked vs Sr Smith Treo networked

    Won't the 5W lights provide a trivial amount of illumination vs the 23W or am I missing something? And the 23W type may just be acceptable at best. For the smaller ones, on white you should be able to tell they are on and get some glow, but on other colors, they may totally disappear into the darkness (I'm exaggerating, but I don't think by a lot).

    As far as the mechanics, I have no idea. Hopefully others will weigh in.
    18'x38' Rectangle (3'-8 1/2' deep w/ diving board) - 27K gal. Saltwater w/ gray plaster
    Hayward equipment (cartridge filter, 2-speed pump, salt cell, automation) View Our Build
    Coverstar automatic pool cover | StoneMakers concrete retaining wall and decking
    Groundbreaking: 2/14/13 | Plaster: 5/21/2013 | First Swim: 5/30/2013

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