Ok, so I was asked to bring this topic over incase someone can learn or educate myself or others. So my PB did a great job building my pool but not so great educating me from the point the pool was full. So this discussion opened with Jim and I learned my SWCG needs to turn off with my pump. But because my pump is Variable speed, I need to control my SWCG separately or risk damage to the SWG unit. My PB NEVER told that and installed nothing essentially leaving the Unit on at all times. Here how the thread started: (Jim: OK, let's talk about that please. Next on top of my list of questions was going to be about the SWG Unit anyway. So currently I have the unit disconnected and it is not running during the 30 days start up period. I have not thought about this. I guess I assumed it was somehow wired into the pump. I did not do the wiring from my panel to the pool equipment I let them handle that. I guess I just assumed it was okay for the generator to do whatever it does when the pump is not running. Nobody from the pool company ever explained to me that and automation panel MUST be put in to control the salt water generator. I'm guessing you're about to tell me that that's a problem an I am going to need to automate that because it can't continue to run when the pump is turned off? Good to find that now before the salt is in. Thx for your info in advance." You can read the rest over at "Introduce Yourself" and reply here if you have any input. As I stated before, I'm very grateful to have found this forum to gain such invaluable information as it looks like my training wheels are off and I'm trying not to fall!