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    Understanding Aquarite Panel Diagnostics

    Quote Originally Posted by tam87 View Post
    Ok Did the above and here are readings:
    1- 64
    2. 29.4
    3. 2.44
    4. 51P
    5. -3200
    6. a1-0
    7. r1.58
    t-3
    I have a similar unit and I'm trying to figure out what item #6 above (a1-0) refers to. Any ideas?
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    Re: Understanding Aquarite Panel Diagnostics

    Product name sent to the pool automation control display, "AL-0" which signifies "Aqua Rite". I'm not sure if "a1-0" was mistyped.

    Here is a link that might help, http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...rs-on-LCD-mean.
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    Re: Understanding Aquarite Panel Diagnostics

    It is the name sent to an automation system.

    AL-0 is AquaRite and is the normal setting for units without automation.
    AL-1 NatureSoft
    AL-2 MineralSprings
    AL-3 SmartPure
    AL-4 This changes the default display from average salt to percent output.
    AL-5 This is used with Jandy automation.

    I think that aquarite, naturesoft, mineralsprings and smartpure are essentially the same unit with different branding. They do private labels for certain companies. I think that al-0 to al-3 are basically equivalent other than a superficial name change. AL-4 is not about the name, it just changes the default display. I think that AL-5 needs to be selected for the Jandy automation to control the unit properly.

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    Re: Understanding Aquarite Panel Diagnostics

    Thanks!
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