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    Question about electrical use

    Hi,

    I'm curious how much my IC40 is drawing for my run time? I have an 8 hour/day pump schedule, and the cell is currently set for 20%. Is that enough information to determine my electrical use?

    (It is using the EasyTouch panel, if that helps.)

    Thanks!
    EJ
    17k in-ground, Pebble Sheen finish (Blue Granite), Solar, two skimmers, split drain.
    IntelliPro VS-3050, IntelliChlor IC40, EasyTouch 4 control system, Easy Touch wired indoor panel.
    300 CuFt cartridge filter. Polaris 380 with booster pump. Two IntelliBrite 5G lights.
    TF100 test kit.

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    Re: Question about electrical use

    The manual states that the Intellichlor draws 220 watts. That times 20% = 44 watts times 8 hours = 352 watt hours per day. or .352 KWH. Multiply that times your power cost per KWH and you'll know how much it's costing you.

    220 x .20 x 8 / 1000 = .352 KWH per day.
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    Re: Question about electrical use

    Thanks!
    17k in-ground, Pebble Sheen finish (Blue Granite), Solar, two skimmers, split drain.
    IntelliPro VS-3050, IntelliChlor IC40, EasyTouch 4 control system, Easy Touch wired indoor panel.
    300 CuFt cartridge filter. Polaris 380 with booster pump. Two IntelliBrite 5G lights.
    TF100 test kit.

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