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Thread: EasyTouch to power a standalone hot tub?

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    EasyTouch to power a standalone hot tub?

    We're getting the EasyTouch to handle our pool automation and it looks like it can handle 125A. The PB was wanting to run a separate dedicated circuit ($900) for our standalone hot tub as well. We've got a pretty straightforward pool (1 LED light, 1 3HP pump, suction-side cleaner) and are planning on adding some low-voltage landscape lights to the EasyTouch but nothing major. has anyone used the EasyTouch to power a standalone hot tub as well? any issues? the standalone tub is a Bullfrog that requires 240v and 50A if that helps.

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    Re: EasyTouch to power a standalone hot tub?

    It (ET powercenter) can handle that 125A only if that is the rating of the service to it. if your Easytouch can do without that 50A, i don't see why you couldn't use it for power to your tubs' system controller If code allows.
    Just do your homework, and apply:
    And remember, there is what will work, and there is what is legal (code).
    Don't try to integrate any of the spas' pumps, lights, or blower into the ET controller through it's relays.
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