kpfriedberg wrote:I am in the process of building a pool and negotiated the Jandy RS8 Color Touch control AND the Jandy Serial Adapter. Can I ask someone to walk me through what else if anything I need to be able to use this to control my pool through Indigo? Is there an Indigo product that the Jandy RS Serial Adapter needs to plug into? Thanks in advance.
kpfriedberg wrote:Do you have a link to the USB serial adapter? I don't have the manual yet as installation isn't done but when I get the manual I will post it. Thanks for the help.
tadg wrote:... The manual that came with my serial adapter looks pretty much like this one: http://www.jandy-downloads.com/pdfs/AquaLink_RS_Serial_manual.pdf
tadg wrote:... my pool was finished two months ago. ... Although I've noticed that I get occasional "!00 SALT = 3200 PPM" status updates that aren't mentioned in the manual, so I assume that the serial adapter code got upgraded without a corresponding manual upgrade.
Tad, Are you saying that you have a recently installed Aqualink system with the serial adaptor, and that the Indigo Jandy scripts are operational? I ask as there is concern in another thread that something "broke" with a recent update to either the Aqualink serial adaptor or the main Aqualink Power Center PCB board (rev QQ). So, it would be good to know that someone with a recently installed system has been successful with these scripts.
I'm considering learning python to be able to convert the scripts to an Indigo plugin, but don't want to even start if it only works for older systems (mine dates from 2008).
kpfriedberg wrote:Sorry for all the questions, just want to be sure i understand. So:
1. Serial Adapter gets wired to RS8 Color Touch Control
2. Keyspan adapter plugs into the Jandy Serial Adapter
3. Where does the USB end of the Keyspan plug into? Does it have to go into the computer? That is going to be tough for me. Is there a way to plug the usb end of the Keyspan into an indigo product that simply plugs in the wall so instructions can be sent over powerlines just like all the other indigo products?
kpfriedberg wrote:I really appreciate the response however don't indigo commands have to run through the PLM? If the key pan is plugged directly into the Mac doesn't this bypass the PLM?
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