If you’re looking for a great value, hard-working temperature sensor, look no further. The Jandy temperature sensor is the complete package. It can be used to monitor air, water and solar temperatures.
What models will a Jandy temperature sensor work with?
Also called an AquaLink Temp Sensor, the Jandy Temperature Sensor can be used as a replacement for the Jandy Aqualink RS Temperature Sensor 7790, as well as the 7784, 7786, 7790 and 7791 series temperature sensor kits.
Even better, as the Jandy and Polaris brands are now both owned by Zodiac, a Jandy temperature sensor can also replace a Zodiac or Polaris model, as well as air, water or solar temperature controls in Aqualink automated systems.
However, it is not a compatible replacement for the new Jandy model with 5089, 4019 or 2/4/58000 water temperature sensors.
The features of your Jandy temperature sensor
Checking out air temperature is super-easy. Make sure your sensor is installed outside the power center, away from motors, sunlight and sources of direct heat.
Your sensor can also identify the temperature of the water in your pool. Simply drill a 3/8” hole in the plumbing between the filter and filter pump and tuck your sensor into it.
Finally, the Jandy sensor can be used to test the solar temperature. Fix it adjacent to your solar panels and you’re away.