Thanks. I actually got a warning light yesterday. My kit is at 3000 ppm. Today, no light. I think it was just because I had my breakers off yesterday and then flipped them back on. Maybe just a quirk. Warning light off for now.If it’s below 2,800 or over 4,500, you’ll get a warning light. No exact reading.
Good info.An ICXX tests for conductivity and temperature (that it then equates to a salinity) at power up and then in 12 hours, if running that long in one span. So if for any reason you get a low salinity slug of water at that time, the ICXX will go into low salt mode until it cycles again.
iPhone user. That said, how does the phone connect to it? Directly to the Intellichlor power system? I have a very very old PDA style automation system.You can try the Pentair IntelliWand app for Android, it will tell you alot. It's hit and miss based on the Android version that you have on your phone. I can get it to work on an old version on a tablet that has 7 but not on anything newer than 9.
Tried this and the app didn’t detect anything when I “pulled down” on the main screen. And I can’t find any reference to the ICxx being Bluetooth capable.Neat, thanks. I would go try it now but it's raining. Will check it out in the morning (they have an iphone app).