The iAquaLink app lets you monitor and adjust all equipment controlled by the Jandy AquaLink pool control system. First, your equipment is wired to an AquaLink control center, which is installed at your equipment pad. Then an iAquaLink 3.0 Web Connect Device is connected to the control center.
AquaLink® TRI® Controller | Owner's Manual. 3.2 Pool Mode. mAin > pool modE. Turn on Pool Mode whenever you want to filter the pool. Pool Mode enables the filter pump to circulate water through the filter and pool heater.
There is a Freeze Protect option on the Aqualink control panel.
Remove the gasket and cover. Locate the WiFi/WIRED switch and ensure it is in the WIRED position. Using standard Ethernet cable, connect one end of the cable into the connector on the device board. Connect the other end to the home network's router.
Pool automation systems can be less expensive than many other pool features and accessories. A pool automation system can cost anywhere from $1,800 to $4,000.
Basic Programming: To set a particular piece of equipment to turn on and off at a predetermined time, press the MENU button, press the forward arrow button to scroll to the PROGRAM menu, press ENTER, and then press the button for the equipment that you want to program.
Using our free app for your smartphone or web-connected device, you can control all the elements of your pool or pool/spa system, even when you're on the go. iAquaLink can be used on more mobile device platforms than any other pool control system. Free apps for Apple® and Android™ smartphones and tablets.
If the process fails, the iAquaLink device will need to have its memory cleared by physically toggling the WiFi-Wired switch to Wired then back to WiFi. This will restart setup mode so you may attempt to connect it to your eero network again.
Inside the iAquaLink 2.0, toggle the WiFi - Wired switch to clear the Wi-Fi settings and put the iAquaLink in desired setup mode. 3. After clearing the WiFi settings and with the Wired/ WiFi switch set to WiFi, use a smartphone or WiFi enabled device and go to WiFi settings.
Install a Freeze Protector, which is a device that circulates the pool water when temperatures are 38°F or below.
You should have a freeze protection device that will automatically turn the pump on when the temperature drops to around 34 degrees. A freeze protector will keep your pool running as long as the temperature remains close to freezing.
If you have an above ground pool with the pool filter system and plumbing above ground (like nearly all above ground pools), pipes and pumps can freeze up in less than an hour of minus 32 degrees.
So the short answer is yes, the pool and the spa can be heated (or not) separately. I generally set my spa temp (when I'm using the spa) to 103 and leave the pool temp at 82.