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Thread: Converting a Polaris Eos to a Aqualink RS

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    Converting a Polaris Eos to a Aqualink RS

    Here is the situation. I moved into a house and the pool has a Polaris Eos automation system, Polaris salt system, wireless antennae, and various other equipment. I have not been able to find the wireless remote or the charging base, and am starting to think it's gone. I believe my options are these:

    1. Buy a new Eos remote and charging base. I don't know if I want to spend the $ on obsolete equipment.
    2. Convert to an Aqualink with a conversion kit from Jandy. I've heard this may not communicate with the salt system.
    3. Just replace the whole controller with another one. I like the Easytouch. Any suggestions?

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    South Central NJ

    Re: Converting a Polaris Eos to a Aqualink RS

    Have you looked at the pricing?

    The MSRP on the EOS remote and charging base is over $1300.

    The 8 relay conversion kit seems to come with a PDA for $1065. I could be wrong but that's how I read the 2010 catalog. There was no mention of the salt cell.

    Something sounds wrong there. It might be worth shooting an email to the support team at Jandy/Zodiac for further qualification.

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