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    Jandy Aqualink Power Center

    I have a Jandy Aqualink RS4 (I think) power center. It has for relays and they are all occupied. It appears as if the cabinet has places for 4 more relays, and 4 unused Aux connection plugs labeled 5-8. Does anyone know if I can just buy an additional relay and control one more output device, or is this unit maxed out at 4 relay/devices? I am an electrician, by the way. I just can't seem to locate this information.

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    Re: Jandy Aqualink Power Center

    Quote Originally Posted by cwuffman
    I have a Jandy Aqualink RS4 (I think) power center. It has for relays and they are all occupied. It appears as if the cabinet has places for 4 more relays, and 4 unused Aux connection plugs labeled 5-8. Does anyone know if I can just buy an additional relay and control one more output device, or is this unit maxed out at 4 relay/devices? I am an electrician, by the way. I just can't seem to locate this information.

    Thanks in advance,
    The chip controlling the functions of an RS-4 does not support more than four relays, nor does the controller. You can replace the chip with an RS-6 or RS-8 chip, and the controller with the matching controller, however Jandy will charge you an arm and a leg for the parts. (the board in the outdoor box is the same for all the units).
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    Re: Jandy Aqualink Power Center

    Qwaxalot: Thanks for the help. That's what I was afraid of. I hoped to run my peristaltic pump through the Aqualink, but it looks like an outdoor timer will be a lot cheaper. Oh, well! Back to the drawing board.
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