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This cable allows you to run your Maxspect Gyre in both forward and reverse direction by using one full Variable Speed port on your Apex to connect two 0-10v signals to a single IceCap Gyre Interface Module.
On your APEX, you will need to set up two Variable Speed outlets to control a single Gyre pump. The first variable speed outlet will control the speed of the pump. You can set speeds ranging from 20% to 100%. The second variable speed outlet will control the direction of the pump. Set it to 0% and the pump will rotate in a forward direction. Set it to 100% and the pump will rotate in a reverse direction.
Note: Requires a full Variable Speed port on your APEX Controller
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Pin Configuration - one vs. two miniplugs By JD on 3/6/2017JD would recommend this product to a friendFor those who were wondering what is the difference between the pins on this cable vs. the single ethernet to dual miniplugs supplied with the gyres: On the original, ethernet pin 1 connects with miniplug Tip A and ethernet pin 5 to Tip B. Pins 2-4 & 6-8 and miniplugs bases and mids are all unused. On this cable ethernet pin 1 connects to miniplug mid, pin 6 to tip and pin 7 to base
Works Good By Eric on 4/14/2016Eric would recommend this product to a friendCoralVue had to send me a replacement wire as the first one didn't work. Now that I have it hooked up I love it. I pulse forward between 20% to 60% and then every hour during the day for two minutes, I have it go 100% in reverse then 100% in forward. At night I have it go from 30% forward to 30% reverse...also called alternating gyre.
Works as Expected/Advertised By MdG on 4/4/2016MdG would recommend this product to a friendThe cable works great so it's a solid product, they issue is that the reverse Gyre mode is not all that. So I give the cable five stars, I just wish the actual pump had a little more even distribution. The only way to gauge it is to have the cable, and it dose provide some variety in flow. It's way better than nothing, but once again, not the fault of the cable.