I asked this in the middle of another thread, but didn't want to highjack nor got the answers I was looking for.
What are some of the best tips and tricks towards increasing the life of a SWG cell?
For starters, the question I had was regarding pump time vs percentage of output. Which is better for cell life?
A. Higher percent of generation with shorter pump time.
B. Lower percent of generation with longer pump period.
This question assumes all else is equal, meaning lets assume that you'll have enough pump time to clean your pool water regardless of choice. From what I understand different systems use different methods of how they produce the requested percent of run-time. For example, a 50% output setting would result in some units being "on" for 30mins/per hour; others are "on" continuously and simply vary the voltage to the cell.