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Thread: Autopilot 220 Low Amps

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    Autopilot 220 Low Amps

    I have the same issue with Low Amp message flashing. Boost is running and did test mode. Results are
    Minerals 2700ppm
    Add 50lbs
    Water temp 64
    28.V 2.0amp

    Chlorine level in pool is low.

    Any ideas why this message is showing?

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    New Orleans, LA

    Re: Autopilot 220 Low Amps

    At 28v/2.0 amps it sounds like you have a depleted cell. What model cell? How old is it?
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    Re: Autopilot 220 Low Amps

    It is a Compupool SC48 and only a couple of years old. One thing I didn't do when I installed it was recalibrate.

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    Ft Lauderdale, Florida

    Re: Autopilot 220 Low Amps

    Compupool generic cells are no where built like the factory originals. They typically have less Ruthenium Oxide coatings, thus shorter life. There's nothing really to recalibrate, unless your salt reading was different from a salt test result.
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