OmniLogic SWG Schedule?

jonnyd91

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I am more interested in the display diagnostics. That is what matters.
So it does seem like this is indeed an app issue. When the schedule came on today the app said chlorinating but not ON, I went out to the unit and sure enough it shows ON and its chlorinating.
I shut the main pump down and posted the screen shot below, it shows voltage but no amps. and the chlorinator shows on.

So in that case even though it shows on with the pump off is it truly on?

STATE OF OMNI AFTER THE SET SCHEDULE TURNED ON - APP SHOWS CHLORINATING BUT NOT ON.
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SHUT OFF THE PUMP MANUALLY HERE
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jonnyd91

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So just to confirm, the pump is set up as a slave to the controller and you are manually shutting it off from the display and not the app?
Not sure what you mean by slave but it’s a tristar 950 vsp hooked up to a bus on the control board. When I shut the pump Off I went into the OmniLogic touch screen on the panel and slid the switch to off. Then I took the screenshot I posted. There was no app interaction in any of the testing I did today.
 

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It appears as though the cell is off from the display of "relay polarity: OFF"

But to confirm, turn the pump back on and see if that value changes from OFF to K1, which is should based upon the first picture, but then recycle the unit (button upper right in diagnostics screen) and see if that value changes to something other than K1 (voltage a current should change polarity). The OmniLogic appears to show a voltage when off while other controllers show it as 0v so this part is a bit confusing.

I think it is just an app issue as well.
 

jonnyd91

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It appears as though the cell is off from the display of "relay polarity: OFF"

But to confirm, turn the pump back on and see if that value changes from OFF to K1, which is should based upon the first picture, but then recycle the unit (button upper right in diagnostics screen) and see if that value changes to something other than K1 (voltage a current should change polarity). The OmniLogic appears to show a voltage when off while other controllers show it as 0v so this part is a bit confusing.

I think it is just an app issue as well.
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This was when I turned the pump back on.
 

mas985

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Ok, so the only indication that the cell is truly off is that the amps goes to zero and the relay polarity is OFF. But based on your previous posts, the app show these values as well, correct? So perhaps the app is at least reflecting the same state as the display.
 

jonnyd91

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Ok, so the only indication that the cell is truly off is that the amps goes to zero and the relay polarity is OFF. But based on your previous posts, the app show these values as well, correct? So perhaps the app is at least reflecting the same state as the display.
Yeah it looks to be that way. So it seems the only thing not reflecting in the app is the actual on/off switch.

im going to update the firmware this week and I will report back if that fixes the app issue. But it looks to me like the hardware is operating as it should.
 

jonnyd91

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Ok so I can confirm that upgrading to 4.0.1 did fix the display issue in the app. It was however only an app display issue, as from testing I could see the schedule turning the chlorinator on and off if I looked at the panel display.
 
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