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  • Autelis Pool Control Plug-in - User Guide

    System Requirements:
    This plugin is for HS3 or HS3PRO. It works on both Windows and Linux versions.
    It supports the following Autelis controllers:
    • Jandy/Zodiac
    • Pentair Intellitouch & EasyTouch
    • Hayward/Goldline
    • Pentair SunTouch
    • Pentair Intelliflo


    Plugin Installation:
    Download and install from the updater (Pool Controllers and Interfaces section), or download package from the Beta Testing thread and follow instructions to install.

    Plugin Configuration
    Start the plugin from the "PLUG-INS > Manage" page and go to the config page "PLUG-INS > Autelis > Config". Select the type of your controller (Pentair or Jandy/Zodiac) then fill in the IP Address, port and password of your Autelis interface.

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    FEATURES

    If everything is ok, the plugin creates some devices that will allow you to monitor and controls your spa/pool equipments: lights, pump, temperature, chemistry, etc...

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    All these devices can be used as Triggers in Events using the standard trigger type: "A Device's value is...".
    They can be controlled using the Event Action: "Control Device", and they can also be controlled from scripts using the Device Control API (CAPI)

    Event Actions

    The plug-in creates a new specific Action category called "Autelis Action". Currently the only available action is "Poll For Status". You could want to use it for example if you want the plug-in to poll the controller only at specific periods of time. In this case, from the config page set "Poll for status every" to 0, then create a recurring event with your time range conditions like in the screenshot below:

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