I installed an Intellichlor with an Easytouch 8 over the summer and have really enjoyed the break from hauling chlorine jugs from HD and keeping close track of the water parameters. Now, I just need to add occasional muriatic acid and all is good. However, our nighttime temps have been dropping (despite daytime temps in the upper 80's) and our water temp is now hovering around 58F. I recall reading in the Intellichlor manual that the unit will stop producing chlorine if the water drops below 59F, though my Easytouch does not report any errors on the unit. I've read that the low water temps affect the salt level circuitry, but does the unit truly stop producing chlorine as well? If it does, shouldn't it send an error code to the Easytouch to inform the lack of chlorine generation? I realize that the amount of chlorine needed is considerably lower when the water temp drops like this, but I would like to be able to keep using the Intellichem over the winter months. Would it have been a better idea to just go with an Intellichem with two pumps for liquid chlorine and acid instead?