I plan on using the Pool Pilot SWCG and an Intelliflo VF for my new pool. I have a question regarding the pump timer feature of the Dig-220. Can I use the internal timers on the Intelliflo VF to control itself and the pump timer on the Pool Pilot to control the booster pump for my Polaris 280? Would this setup be effective? Will the Pool Pilot be able to turn the booster on for just a couple hours/day and continue generating chlorine for the remaining filter cycle when it isn't telling an outside pump to run?
I'm trying to get the most use/versatility out of a minimal automation system (SunTouch) for a pool only setup with a single waterfall feature. I'd like it to be able to control one or two valves and two light circuits only. If the intelliflo controls itself, and the Pool Pilot controls the booster/robot, that would leave everything available on the SunTouch to control switching the waterfall on/off and a couple lighting circuits correct?
Does this seem like a reasonable/efficient setup? Or should I let the SunTouch control the filter pump too?
If I don't use the SunTouch, I'll likely try to interface a Jandy RS8 into the same setup. Any advice is appreciated!