MiniWarden Simple Mode Video

See how you can set up a MiniWarden in under 5 minutes to control the chlorine and pH in your pool or spa.

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What’s New For 2018

We have been busy working to enhance our products and user experience. Check out what’s new by downloading our new catalog.

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2018 is the year pool automation catches up

Swimming pool chemical automation has not changed much in 20 years. Smarter, simpler, compliant chemical automation is here in 11 days.

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New MiniWarden Simple Mode

We have been listening to our customers and have added a simple programming mode to the MiniWarden. Operators now have the option to choose the simple or advanced mode. The advanced mode is our regular programming. The simple mode just requires a few simple choices to be made at setup and it will take over…

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What is ORP?

Found this good explanation of ORP at the NSW Health website. ​Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) is the potential of a disinfectant to inactivate micro-organisms in a swimming pool or spa pool. It is a direct measure of disinfection power. Last updated: 14 November 2016 Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP, redox) measures the rate of oxidative disinfection caused by…

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Understanding ORP & PPM

Here is a recent article from Pool & Spa News about ORP and PPM. This may help people to understand the differences with PPM measurements in regards to chemical automation.    

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ORP Setpoints

It is not uncommon for users of ORP controllers to be uncertain how to determine ORP set points. Here is a simple way of determining where to start. Check chlorine, pH, alkalinity and cyanuric acid levels and adjust to desired levels. When your water is at the level you want and note the ORP reading…

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ORP – pH Probe Retrofit

We now offer BNC to BNC cables to allow you to use our ORP & pH probes or sensors with other controllers. They come in 2′ & 10′ lengths. Link to document below. probe retrofit

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Value Based Chemical Automation

Since I started dealing with chemical automation in 1991, I have seen just about every manufacturer out there. Some good, some bad and some marginal. The one thing I found was the really expensive ones typically worked the best. The really cheap ones didn’t work so well and part of that, I’m sure was the…

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