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    New pool owner

    Hey all, new to forum. New inground pool owner. I'm an avid DIY and just finished building a retaining wall. Pics will follow! I have a about a 30k gallon pool with hayward super pump wired at 220v. I will be installing a salt chlorinator and looking for a timer?
    Will this be sufficient?
    IntermaticT104R3?
    It's rated for 220 v and 40 amp.
    I don't know much about what amp it has to be?
    Thanks and will post pics of the pool process soon.

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    Re: New pool owner

    Hello and welcome to TFP! The Intermatic timers are very popular, and the T104 is no exception. Seems to handle most pool applications, but perhaps some of our electrical gurus will chime in about specific concerns. In any case, we're happy to have you with us.
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    Re: New pool owner

    Thank you, I got the t104r

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