Pentair IntelliCenter Pool Control Dashboard Instructional Guide

Candurin

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Jun 30, 2017
313
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Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Pentair Intellichlor IC-40
I got closer (after reinstalling Pi OS and everything else). Still not populating anything. I am also not seeing any lights on my USB adapter.

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rstrouse

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Jun 17, 2020
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California
Are you sure you have the D+ and D- hooked up correctly. The screenshot is what happens when there are no comms. We will be able to help you better if you click on the link above and submit an issue. The may even be a chance that somebody has used that adapter.
 

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Candurin

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Jun 30, 2017
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13000
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Fiberglass
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Pentair Intellichlor IC-40
Are you sure you have the D+ and D- hooked up correctly. The screenshot is what happens when there are no comms. We will be able to help you better if you click on the link above and submit an issue. The may even be a chance that somebody has used that adapter.
I will do that. Just wanted to make sure I included progress here if it helps other folks trying.

So close. I had activity LEDs on the USB adapter now. However, when I start the NodeJS Pool Controller I get stuck on this warning in a continuous loop
"[4/29/2021, 10:24:54 AM] warn: The body temperature for Pool cannot be determined. Heater status for this body cannot be calculated."

Then I noticed that when I start dashpanel, I see this:

info: Server is now listening on 0.0.0.0:5150
192.168.1.48 GET /config/web.services?null
192.168.1.48 GET /config/web.services?null
192.168.1.48 GET /
192.168.1.48 GET /config/web.services?null
192.168.1.48 GET /config/web.services?null
192.168.1.48 GET /options?null
192.168.1.48 GET /config/findPoolControllers?null
done searching for poolController
192.168.1.48 PUT /config/web.services
192.168.1.48 GET /config/web.services?null
192.168.1.48 GET /config/web.services?null
192.168.1.48 GET /options?null
192.168.1.48 GET /
192.168.1.48 GET /config/web.services?null
192.168.1.48 GET /config/web.services?null


Which seems odd because my Pi is statically set at 192.168.1.50

Lastly, and this one is better suited here, I can't get my Pi to auto-run these commands on boot up. Nothing actually happens and I have to start it manually, even though I have it setup verbatim:

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Candurin

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313
South Jersey
Pool Size
13000
Surface
Fiberglass
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Pentair Intellichlor IC-40
Up and running. Thanks @rstrouse!

I did follow the original instructions, however, the yellow and green had to be swapped on my adapter. Glad it was simple (not for me, for other people). Now all I need to figure out is why I cannot get my pi to automatically start the pool controller and dash panel on reboot.

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Candurin

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313
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Chlorine
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And it works with port forwarding. Now I don’t need to worry about remote access (assuming my Internet or Pi doesn’t go down). Great stuff.
 

Telemachus

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101
Riverside
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Plaster
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Pentair Intellichlor IC-40
Just bought a screenlogic2 off Ebay and installed it in the easy touch panel with a mini access point to connect to my home internet.

Then I found this.

Kinda want to return the SL2 now lol.
 

Candurin

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Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Pentair Intellichlor IC-40
Yup... Been down a lot over the last 24 hours. (y)
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So… my port forwarding isn’t working. I have plenty of other devices that I can access outside my house, but the Pi is putting up a stink. I’ll have to investigate more. I assumed that I would port forward the IP address of the pi, that doesn’t seem to work.
 

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