I was actually asking gqjeffsvenpup said:bk406, thanks for the concern, but it is unwarranted. I have the Nano with the RC-35/22 manifold. There is a flow sensor so the unit reports if the flow is insufficient.
80 ppm is the recommended level because that is what works a lot of the time. There are pluses to running it that high. The real effect is that the SWG doesnt have to run as much to maintain FC in the pool. The added effect is:gqjeff said:Why are people running the low CYA levels when 60-80 are recommended?
Everything else you said was right, but this one isn't. Higher CYA levels mean less total chlorine used, thus shorter run times at lower percentages, despite the higher FC target levels.bk406 said:2) It may actually have to run a little longer to keep that level
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