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Thread: Updates on how they like their AutoPilot

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    Updates on how they like their AutoPilot

    Yes, you should have started a new topic. Topic split off. JasonLion

    Not sure if I should have started a new thread instead of reviving this one, but thought perhaps after a year someone may have some updates on how they like their AutoPilot.

    So Iím down to either the Aquarite pro or Autopilot DIG-48. The only reason aquarite is still in the mix is that with that unit you can add a PH control unit later and my understanding is that with Autopilot it would require replacing everything to go with total control. Is that correct?

    Also, I currently have 220 service for the pump and was thinking of tying into this for the Autopilot. Does the autopilot perform better on 220 vs 110?

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Ft Lauderdale, Florida

    Re: Autopilot Digital vs. Aqua Rite

    dvmak, you can start with the 75003 Digital, and upgrade to a manually controlled pH control option, or a fully automated Total Control system. However, it starts out with the 75003 instead of the DIG-220.
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    May 2007
    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: Updates on how they like their AutoPilot

    The AutoPilot units don't really care which voltage you use 120 or 240.
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