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Thread: Pool pilot setting

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    Pool pilot setting

    I have a pool pilot dig with a rc42 cell & 32300 gals of
    water. I'm trying to get the per cent purification set. It is
    on power setting 1 and I have it set at 65% and it still is
    not keeping up. When do you know when to switch to the
    next higher power setting.

    18 X 40, Ig vinyl, 3/4 HP Sta-Rite Pump, Sta-rite System 3 Cartridge Filter, Sta-rite Gas Heater,
    Autopilot Ditigal SWG, Legend Pressure Side Pool Cleaner w/booster pump, TF100 Tester

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    Re: Pool pilot setting

    I think you should start on power level two and at least 50%. And take it from there. I suspect you may even have to go up from that but you have a larger cell than me so I don't know how much more it puts out then my SC-36. I would rather error on the side of too much FC than not enough. All the bad stuff happens from not enough.
    10,800 gallons Gunite/Plaster
    Hayward 244t 24" Sand Filter with Zeo
    1 1/2 HP Challenger
    Digital Pool Pilot DIG-220 SC-48
    Located in NOLA

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Ft Lauderdale, Florida

    Re: Pool pilot setting

    agreed. I'd usually say if it's at 75% or higher, increase the cell power level. If it's 25% or lower, decrease it.
    Sean Assam -
    National Accounts and Commercial Products Manager
    AquaCal Heat Pumps
    AutoPilot Salt Chlorine Generators

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