I wondered the same thing. Seems it should be possible since the heater monitors temp anyways. I probably would have bought the unit if it had Alexa control. For me, the ability to schedule and control VS pump settings is appealing.Any idea why it doesn’t interface with the heater temp reading?
Thanks for explaining. So does that mean the interconnect controls the main power to the master temp and kills it when it reaches temp/turns it on when too low.No, you set the heater temperature to max and let the Intelliconnect cycle the heater to its set point.
Thanks for explaining. So does that mean the interconnect controls the main power to the master temp and kills it when it reaches temp/turns it on when too low.
I ask since I noticed my heater has a bit of a wind down cycle before switching to stand by when it reaches temp (well the fan runs a bit longer). Does that mean it’s ok for that fan run on not to happen?
That’s great thanks Alan. I think I will get a WiFi switch/relay.
Where do you usually put the temperature probe, is there a fitment that is part of the pad plumbing, strapped to the plumbing or in the pool itself?