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    Is the pump running? (Jandy with iQPUMP01)

    Hello.

    Our main pool pump is a variable speed Jandy which we control with the iQPUMP01 wireless interface and iPhone app. It is very basic but does not seem to play well with others.

    We also have a Boost-Rite booster which simply requires an on/off device run on a schedule. I have this set up in HS via ZWave.

    I'd like to be able to tell the booster not to run if the main pump is not also running. But I can't seem to get any information out of the iQPUMP01. Is there another way to monitor what that pump is doing? (E.g., water flowing, electricity flowing, etc.)

    Any suggestions, greatly appreciated.

    #2
    Electrical consumption is probably the easiest. Installing flow meters is another option but much more mechanical work.

    Have you looked at this plugin?

    https://shop.homeseer.com/products/m...lug-in-for-hs3

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      #3
      I tried the Autelis plug in but it did not work. I will give Mat's a try.

      If I were to go the electrical route, is there something you would recommend?

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        #4
        Is the pump 110 or 220? If it is 110 then this device may work:

        Aeon Labs - Dual Nano Switch with power metering - ZW132

        or this

        Aeon Labs Nano Switch With Power Metering - ZW116

        If it is 220 you will need an inductive type for a single circuit. Most are for mains and the leads are sized for going over the 200 amp service.

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          #5
          Hi All,

          I have just added support for the IQPump in my Plugin, Apologies for the delay, i had to remove the pump from my controller and install the IQ controller for it to test.

          Power / Speed and Status are all available.

          As well as the Timers for Priming, Cleaning mode and Short run.

          I will add more support for it shortly, At present you cannot control it, But i will add full control as well as being able to edit the Schedules in the next release.

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          Thanks
          Mat

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