03 February 2023
Hi GiPop and thank you for your question. These are excellent motors and can easily pay for themselves in a short amount of time when they are programmed properly, but, without purchasing and installing additional hardware, the V-Green motors will only be able to be powered on or off by your OnCommand controller (by cutting or restoring the power via a relay). The motor manufacturer offers a V-Green Automation Adapter Kit - 2517501-001 for your V-Green165 motor if you want full control from your OnCommand, but they have been incredibly difficult to find.
Per the V-Green Owner's Manual, the dipswitches (Switch #1; the others have no function) on the motor only control the power to the RS-485 pins.
The Century Motor VLink - VL100 will allow you to control it remotely, but only by the manufacturer's app and not with your OnCommand.
My opinion: This is the motor manufacturer's first attempt at interfacing with other automation systems as well as remote (app-based) control, and, although the motor reviews have been great, the online reviews of the interfaces have not been stellar. I would recommend leaving power applied to the pump all of the time and letting its onboard controller run the motor to the schedule you program in it or hook it up to the relay on your automation system and letting it power the motor on and off.