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Autopilot Digital PPM4 (RC-52) Electronic Chlorine Generator
Pool Pilot Digital PPM4 (RC-52) Saltwater Chlorinator System

Autopilot Digital PPM4 (RC-52) Electronic Chlorine Generator

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Part Number: AP DIG-PPM4 -DRP
Retail Price:$2,768.00
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Power: 2.0 lbs/day
2 Year Limited Warranty
10000 Hours Rated Lifespan
60000 Gallons Max Capacity

The Pool Pilot Digital with PPC4 salt cell is technologically advanced. It controls feature a microprocessor digital display, giving diagnostics of pool water temperature, current salt level, chlorine production level, and allowing a soft-reverse cell cleaning cycle and boost cycle. The VFD digital display on the control unit can be read easily and even tells you how much salt to add if the salinity level ever gets low enough. The Pool Pilot Digital has a patented temperature compensation feature that actually adjusts chlorine production according to the demands of the water temperature, and operates in water temperatures up to 104F. It has a built-in time clock to control your pool pump...all at the touch of a button. For pools up to 60,000 gallons. (Equivalent to older RC-52 and SC-60 models)

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Q: How much salt does it hold and how often does it need to be filled?

Asked by: Rene - 3/14/2017
A: Saltwater chlorine generators actually don't hold any salt! You'll add your salt directly to your pool, and after running your pump for about a day it will dissolve and be like it was never there. The best part is, the salt doesn't get used up. Typically people only need to add a bag or two over the course of a season because of rain. You can learn more here:
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Answer provided by: David (3/14/2017)