I am trying to decide whether the Prologic PS-4 or possibly the Omnilogic will work for me.
I have two 110v circuits coming from my main breaker panel coming to my pool area, one of the two goes to a gfci circuit (15A breaker) for some lighting. The other 110V goes to power a 110V Motor (20A breaker).
On looking at the Omnilogic or Prologic PS-4 wiring it talks about having a 240V circuit from my main breaker and connect L1 and L2 to the Omnilogic. However, since I am not using a 240V device anywhere I am thinking of only connecting one of the 110V circuit to the Hayward sub-panel. I know I will be restricted to half the breakers and max of 110V both of which are not a problem.
Would there be a problem with the above?
Alternatively, would it make sense to connect both the 110V circuits (taking the L1, L2, N and ground) to the Hayward subpanel and giving me the capability of 240V and possible enabling me to hook up a Variable speed motor (240V) in the future? I would think this would not be upto code or maybe just wrong?
I talked to Hayward tech services but their replies have only confused me further!
Any help would be greatly appreciated.