First - Thank you to everyone that has helped me so far. I finally ordered all of my new equipment and it is starting to come in piece by piece. I took a look for the first time at what's inside my pool panel and need some help to figure out what I need to do to get everything hooked up correctly. I have a Intermatic T32404R which is a 100amp panel with two time clocks. One of which has something called a fireman's switch which is being run to my Raypak natural gas heater. I can't find any sort of installation manual that helps me online.
Each timer has 5 terminals. The first has the letter "A" then there is a Line, Load, Line and Load.
I have a two pole 50 amp breaker in the house that powers the pool panel. I see where the power comes into the middle of the panel. Then I have one two pole breaker in the pool panel which each side is running into one of the line terminals in the first time clock. Then out of the load size of that same clock there are connections going to the main pump and connections that go over to the two line terminals of the other clock. Out of the load side of the second clock are connections going to the booster pump. Also coming out of that 2 pole breaker are connections going to the heater. There is also a small wire going from the heater to that fireman's switch. There is also another breaker in that panel that is running to a GFI under the panel. Lastly there is a GFI breaker that is going out to two conduits which i'm assuming are running to my lights.
So - My question is how should I connect my new equipment. The new equipment being an Intelliflo VF which is replacing the current pump. An Autopilot Digital which will be a new piece of equipment, I don't have a SWG currently. The booster pump I don't use but I'd like to keep hooked up just incase of emergency.
With the help of everyone I know I'll more then likely be hard wiring the Intelliflo and bypassing the timers. I'll be doing the same for the Autopilot and that will turn on with the flow switch built into it.
Should I run the Intelliflo, the Autopilot and the booster pump right to that 2 pole breaker and just disconnect everything going to the timers??
What do I need to do with that fireman's switch if I'm not using the timers anymore? Will the heater work like normal if I leave it hooked up or do I need to do something with it?