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Thread: Aquarite Pro Power Consumption

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    Aquarite Pro Power Consumption

    I am trying to figure out what the power consumption of a Aquarite PRO running on 110V is-can someone please let me know.
    I have a 20A circuit running a 16A pump (110V, 1.5HP) and trying to figure out if the Aquarite Pro can run on the same circuit.


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    Re: Aquarite Pro Power Consumption

    From the ProLogic manual:
    Pro Logic Control Power
    The Pro Logic requires 120VAC, 2A power to operate the control logic circuits and the chlorinator. This power
    should be connected to one of the circuit breakers.
    So the AquaRite Pro I think should be less than 2A.
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