Intermatic Pool Timer P1353ME wiring help
Can someone please help me with the wiring for this timer? There are some things I don't understand. I want to make sure it will accomplish what I want to do before I buy it.
You can pull it up on line and also pull up the wiring manual in order to help me.
I have a 1 speed 220 volt pump
220 volt Polaras booster pump
110 volt pool light
I want to use this time to replace the one that I have now because it will cut your cleaner/pump/light on and off at specific times.
It will make sure that your cleaner does not come on unless your pump is running.
I don't understand about the 110/220 thing for different loads on each circuit.
Is only one 220 volt feeder Line required for this or do I have to runa inbound feeder line to each seperate thing that is controlled by this timer?
I now have my 220 volt pump connected to a 220 volt intermatic timer that will control my pool pump only.
I now have my 220 volt cleaner pump hooked to a seperate breaker in a seperate breaker box.
I now have my 110 light hooked to a seperate breaker in a seperate breaker box as well.
I want to move all of them to this digital timer and have it control all three.
Question: Is only ONE (1) 220 volt line required to be connected to this timer and set the timer for 220 volt, or do I have to run the 220 line from the cleaner also to this timer as well as the 110 volt line.
What has me confused is 2 different votlages coming off the same timer. How is that accomplished?
I need to know this before I spent 181.00 for this digital timer.
can you post the links to the timer you want to install?
you want to control the light through the pump/cleaner circuit so that the light is only on when the pump/cleaner is running?
"What has me confused is 2 different votlages coming off the same timer. How is that accomplished?"
Most likely, you will pull a neutral wire (or or use the neutral wire that goes to the control timer) and use one leg of the 220 with the neutral to create a 110 circuit to create the 110 circuit.
Your other option is to pull a separate 110 circuit to a timer and control the pump/cleaner & light with relays.
go to intermatic.com and search for P1353me.
I called tech support and they say that you have to run seperate lines to the controller and use the controller/timer/ just like you would a light switch which breaks one side of the hot line.
WHY do you want to control the lights with the same timer as the pumps???
Ah, I see. This timer has three control circuits.
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