So, I'll do basic electrical stuff around the house. Replace outlets, install ceiling fans, re-hardwire my pool pump when the motor died, etc. I thought the Salt Water System would be more advanced but it seems to be at the same level, once you know exactly what to do.
1)The salt system comes setup for 240VAC. You need to determine if you're using 120VAC or 240VAC first. InYoPools.com has a great tutorial for determining it at http://www.inyopools.com/HowToPage/how_ ... rator.aspx but their example is for 230V where as I am 115V. Attached is a picture of my timer. On the left side of it you can see the instructions. It's hard to read so here's a digital copy of it: http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files ... glish.ashx Would anyone know how I could test if I'm at 120 or 240?
2) My timer goes to a junction box outside and then is wired to my pool pump. My thinking was to join the salt system at the same connection points as the pool pump as you can see in the attached mockup drawing. Is my thinking right here or would I want to make the connection at a different place?