I have two electrical services to my home. The main house has a 200 amp service panel. The garage, which has an apartment over it, has a 100 amp service panel. I am running my pool subpanel off of the 100 amp panel. We do not intend to use the apartment as is. It will be a master suite for us so the kitchen and appliances will be removed and the water heater will be gas instead of electric. Therefore, I was able to free up space in that panel by removing four 30 amp and one 50 amp double pole breakers that ran to things like stand alone 220V appliances (stove/oven, electric water heater, refrigerator, window unit air conditioners, etc.).
My pool pad is about 150 feet from the panel. I am looking for advice on what size subpanel I may need and what size wire to run from the main panel to the sub panel.
My pool will have:
-Pentair Superflo 1.5 HP variable speed pump which i will run on 220V,
-Circupool 60K gallon salt chlorine generator,
-2 Pentair 5G LED (500 watt equivalent rated at 55 watts) lights
My other electrical needs near the pool will be:
~12,000 BTU air conditioner for a 350 square foot shed by the pool,
-outlet for a robotic pool cleaner,
-outlet for a refrigerator,
-4 or 5 other general outlets for things like tv, lamps and other basic plug in devices (no appliances),
-some outdoor lighting & a couple of ceiling fans around the decking area near the pool (all led lights).
Any electricians or others with knowledge in this area are appreciated!
Here are the labels off my pump and chloring generator: