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    german pool guy

    Hi all,
    I'm Frank from Germany, first time here, curious to read & see & contribute to the pool community.
    I have an inground selfconstructed pool ( made of bricks and liner).
    In Germany pools are somehow expensive, many people feel that they are actually paying luxury pool taxes for any items related to a pool
    before resuminh with too much text , you guys may visit my (german only) pool construction diary book,
    even if you can't understand all that german, it has a large number of pics, starting from planning / digging , walling, liner welding, til completion.
    my pool construction site

    once it was done, I was looking for a comfortable way of controlling all and everything with a web based pool controller.
    since there was nothing available at that time for a reasonable price wich has everything included as time control, temp contriol, pH / orp control dmx512, history tracking etc, so everything what could be used for private pool purposes , I decided to develop this with a hw engineer from scratch.
    web based pool controller online

    some descriptive things are listed here,
    description

    if someone is more interested in technical details I will be glad to explain

    so thats basically me. enjoy the above sites ,
    looking forward for interesting postings
    regards
    Frank
    9x4x1.5m inground selfmade pool
    jet , solar heater (~29mē) , 600W underwater lights
    my pool construction diary book
    my web based pool control

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    Re: german pool guy

    Welcome to TFP!

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    Nice web site.
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    You'd better check that pH sensor. Or fix the pH - it said 6.39 when I looked!
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    Promoted me for id and password...

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    Re: german pool guy

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard320
    You'd better check that pH sensor. Or fix the pH - it said 6.39 when I looked!
    Hi Rich
    yes , I know
    the reason is that the elektrodes are still in their fixtures, but the filter pump is already off for some weeks
    I need to remove them during the winter

    regards
    Frank
    9x4x1.5m inground selfmade pool
    jet , solar heater (~29mē) , 600W underwater lights
    my pool construction diary book
    my web based pool control

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