I have an existing Paddock pool install at my house that was at one point wired for control of the waterfall via a X10 PAT01 controller . So the genius I am decided to remove that X10 unit when I moved in 3 years ago and the plan was to quickly replace it with a Zwave controller to interface with my Zwave install.
So fast forward 3 years and I'm looking in the existing electrical cabinet and can't remember for the life of me how the X10 PAT01 was hooked up. The pump as it is wired right now, simply goes from the waterfall pump into the electric pool panel with a separate yellow and brown lead -> to a 15 amp circuit breaker -> back to a separate yellow and brown lead to the pump.
I guess if anyone has had experience with the Paddock method of interfacing a pump to a PAT01- I would really appreciate the feedback- not because I'm going to re-hook up the PAT01, but rather it will offer a clue as to how I can drop a Zwave Module in replacement.
Ideally, if any Zwave folks out there can describe how to easily hook the waterfall up to a zwave interface- I would also like to hear about that as well. I was hoping to figure out a way to get the pump to interface with the GE Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Control Outdoor Module found here as it looks like about the right requirements: http://www.amazon.com/GE-Wireless-Lighting-Control-Outdoor/dp/B0013V8K3O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1460785405&sr=8-1&keywords=zwave+outdoor