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Thread: Aquapure PLC-1400

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    Aquapure PLC-1400

    Hello everyone! I am going to instal an SWG and I have a question. My AqualinkRS board has to RS-485 connectors that are both being used. One is controlling the iAqualink and the other is controlling a two speed pump. I was going to buy a 6584 multiplex board so I can add the connection to the SWG but I read that you can wire 2 devices up to each RS-485 connectors. Is this true? From what I understand I can just add the red, green, yellow, and black wires to my exsisting connectors and the Aqualink will recognize the PLC1400 and it will work. Thanks in advance for the help!

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    Re: Aquapure PLC-1400

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    Re: Aquapure PLC-1400

    Yes, that will work. A multiplex kit is required if there are more than two cables running to each of the red, 4-pin connectors on the power center PCB.
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    Re: Aquapure PLC-1400

    Sorry about the late reply but thanks for the help. I got the Aquapure up and running and so far so good. Thanks again and I will definitely be lurking around in the forum to soak up some great tips.

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