AutoPilot has various model Salt Water Chlorine Generators including:
- Pool Pilot® Digital
- Pool Pilot® Digital Nano,
- Pool Pilot® Digital Nano+ Soft Touch
- Pool Pilot® Nano
- Pool Pilot® Soft Touch
The AutoPilot system uses a patented Bypass Manifold to limit flow through the cell to less then 20 GPM.
The manifold also holds the Tri-Sensor that detects water flow, measures water temperature and measures water salinity.
SaltPoolGuys.com has helped with diagnostics and is a good source for AutoPilot parts.
Troubleshooting using Volts and Amps Guide
AutoPilot has a troubleshooting guide on what the volts and amps mean in their Volts and Amps Guide.
Incorrect Salt Readings
Before you replace the Tri-Sensor due to incorrect salt readings try pulling the sensor connector and cleaning both unit side and sensor side of the connector with contact cleaner.
Adjusting Chlorine Output
Chlorine output on the AutoPilot SWG is adjusted by changing the Power Level.
The Tri-Sensor has an o-ring that can leak. Pull out the Tri-Sensor and check the O-ring. Replace it if necessary and lubricate the o-ring with silicone lubricant.
Replacing the Tri-Sensor
InyoPools has a good page describing How to Replace and AutoPilot Tri-Sensor.