Using a Nexa Chlor Power Supply with In-line Salt Units

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Pokey11 posted this 21 June 2021

PREFACE - I know you will probably want to waive all liability for an answer to this question, but I will ask anyway.

 

I used a Nexa Chlor salt chlorine generator for a 3800 gallon pool last season, and it worked well...very well, actually.  The electrode unit failed after a winter in a spa (potentially dropped on concrete), so I now have this 18V 2.0A power supply and I cannot find a replacement electrode.  Also, I really like the thought of putting an electrode inline next to the pump.  It is hard to justify $600+ for a nicer system on a 4k gallon pool, and I don't need the lights and alarms.  Do you have any thoughts on a salt cell, especially inline, that can be used with my existing power supply?  I know that there may be connector compaitbility issues.  Thanks.

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Service posted this 25 June 2021

Hi Pokey11,

I really think the least expensive route for you would be a New Nexa Chlor Salt System this website has one on sale for $177 Nexa Chlor Salt System

Thank You

Patrick

www.inyopools.com

Pokey11 posted this 25 June 2021

Thank you, and I tend to agree.  This saga started with me seeking to replace the whole unit.  However, I have ordered a couple of them from separate stores only to have the ordered cancelled due to out of stock issues.  I will check the link provided.  Thanks, again.

Service posted this 25 June 2021

Thanks, Pokey11 let us know how it goes.

Thank You

Patrick

www.inyopools.com

Pokey11 posted this 25 June 2021

 I just checked, and Patrick's link is good to Salt Chlorine Generators, but the "buy now" link on the website goes to a dead Amazon link.  Also, the store on Amazon where I purchase the unit early last year has the item listed as currently unavailable.  And, a third store shows them as being discontinued.  No luck on eBay, either.

 

If someone knows a source for a Nexa Chlor system or equivalent, I'm a buyer.  Also open to other Non-Hazardous ways to use the existing power supply.  thanks.

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