Using apex to control my ro/di unit

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Ok so I originally had the idea that I’d use my apex to turn on and off the ro/di using float switch’s and a 110v water solenoid. I set it up a few weeks ago and it worked wonderfully. Except one issue (that I’ll get too).

So how it worked when the water triggered the bottom switch it would tell the apex to turn on outlet 1. Then when the switch at the top was triggered it would tell the apex to turn off outlet 1. I used these codes

Fallback OFF
If RO_Bot OPEN Then ON
If RO_Top OPEN Then OFF



Here’s the problem my ro/di is a 50gpd unit and it took 22 hours to fill a 55 gallon barrel. At around hour 17 I went at checked how things when downing. Water was filling nicely but the booster pump was hot AF, to the point where you couldn’t hold you hand against it for long. So my plan is to have a apex to turn on the ro/di unit regularly so I’m not running it hard all at one time. I would like to save the booster some strain.

Here’s my coding and do you think this will work?

Fallback OFF
If Time 1:00 to 3:00 then ON
If DoW --T---S Then on
If DoW SM-WTF- then OFF
If RO_Bot OPEN Then ON
If RO_Top OPEN Then OFF

I’m running the unit at early hours cause I know no body will be doing laundry at this time
 

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