First post here...I hope I can help you all out someday.
I need help/schematic in wiring a new Intermatic P1353ME and it will be replacing two Intermatic dial type timers.
I have the following equipment:
-Hayward Max Flo VS (This is a multi speed pump that turns on first and runs on high speed for a programmed time and then it will slow down to the next programmed speed and it will run at that speed until the power is disconnected and then the process will repeat the next time the power is restored. I just want it to run at high speed 3000 RPM for one hour and then drop to 2400 RPM for the rest of the day for a total of 8 hours of run time...I was planning on using circuit #1 to turn on at 0800 and stay on until 1600 so the pump will see power at 0800 and run at 3000 RPM and then after it has ran for 1 hour it will slow down to 2400 RPM for the rest of that day's cycle)
-Hayward 6060 Booster Pump (I want this to run for 1 hour and begin 15 minutes after the Max Flo VS has started running and then shut off. The manuals says that pool cleaners need to be connected to circuit #3 so I will setup this timer to start at 0815 and shut off at 0915)
-Compool LX-220 Solar Controller (This is 220 VAC and it needs to have power available at all times so that it can open and drain the solar panels when the temp gets below freezing. It has a relay that is used to turn off the Booster pump for 5 minutes after the valve to the solar panels is opened to avoid air being sucked into the Booster Pump during the time when the solar panels are filling with water)
-Hayward H300 gas heater (I believe this is supposed to be powered at all times however I heard that this is supposed to have a cool down...Naturally it has a thermostat and will fire up when the thermostat activates and it senses water flow. We never used it because the solar is good enough however I want to install it correctly so the cool down is safe for the system)
-We have pool lights however I do not want automation for these
Naturally the pool has a 220VAC power panel with two side by side circuit breakers (220VAC) and a single 110 VAC circuit breaker. The pool lights are tapped off right away and have a small switch located inside of a 110VAC outdoor style metal power receptacle box where on spring loaded cover houses the light switch and the other cover houses the 110 VAC outlet)
The big question is how do I wire up all of this stuff up???
Any help would be GREATLY appreciated and I have posted numerous help on other forums to help people out and I will continue to pay it forward in the future!!!