I need help making the electrical connections for the pool lights. I have an EasyTouch 4 ( with wireless remote) , 2 Intellibrite 5g lights and a few pool fence lights. I am using a GFCI outlet instead of an actual GFCI breaker
I assume that I will use a standard breaker to power the GFCI outlet ( Line side). However, I would think that in order to be able to control the pool lights ( and fence lights) with the remote/control panel they need to be connected to one of the relays. So the Load line goes to a relay. Is this correct?
I'd also like to be able to control the fence lights ( 10 posts 90W(3x30W) each) with the same remote as well. I am thinking of using a dedicated breaker for them (just to separate them from the pool lights). Can I use a standard breaker for these lights or does it have to be GFCI as well?
Equipment: Intelliflo 3050 (4x160), 40k btu Max-E-Therm heater, Hayward SwimClear C4025 filter, IC40.
A diagram or a picture of an actual ET wiring would work best . Maybe there are some out there already.
Thanks in advance for any assistance!