Don't meant to hijack this thread but this got my attention. I do not have a SWCG pool so I did not activate that in my PM app. However, I do test for salt every 3 months or so and my salt level is above 1000ppm (about 1400ppm). Should I make a change in my PM app to ensure my CSI readings are correct or adjusted for the salt level due to use of LC?I input your data into my app where I have Test Pools for use to help members. Inputting the data, and letting the Salt (in the CSI section) equal 1000 ppm which is the default for non-salt pools, I get a CSI of -0.07. So I suspect your Salt level is messing with this somewhere.
I can't find anywhere with an IC60 in stock anyway. The chlorine jam is causing an SWG jam.
It shouldn't be. No matter what salt levels are being used to calculate CSI, it should be using the same calculations for summary screen as it's using for the CSI screen. Clearly the two aren't using the same code, but I don't have the source so I don't know where the issue may lie.On the old web version of PoolMath <which I love dearly> I believe there is a default of 1000ppm of salt unless you change it. Every pool has salt even if not a SWG chlorinated pool.
Could this be part of the problem you're having with the app?