With the designs having been sent to manufacturing, its time to find a few people to help us test the units.
Here is what we are looking for in testers:
Good DIY skills – there is not an installation manual at this time, I will be using feedback from the testers to help create one. I will give general instructions and answer any questions along the way, but a comfort level with installing electrical components is a definite plus. If the testers are local to the Charlotte NC area, I would be open to helping install the system for them.
More to control then just a single pump – The system can handle heaters, lights, pumps, automated valve actuators and more. I need all aspects of the equipment tested by at least 2 of the testers, so the more complex your system, the more helpful your results will be.
For Salt Cell testing – I am currently testing with an AquaPure 1400 cell. I should be able to work with any Jandy or Hayward cell (or generic equivalents) Please let me know if you have one of these two manufactures and which specific cell you are using as they all require different voltage/current programming but all work off two DC power wires.
So please use the contact us form and send me:
- Your location
- Your pool equipment including model numbers
- Your comfort level with installing electrical components
- Your comfort level with installing PVC elements. (our flow sensor is a separate unit and will need to be installed if you want flow alerts or to use the salt cell expansion component)