I'm soon to have our new 14x28 in ground vinyl lined pool installed.
A shed aprox 8 feet from the pool’s edge will be installed hosting a sub-panel. I will be doing the wiring myself. Shed is ~40’ from the house.
My question is regarding wire size and breaker sizing; I’m reading mixed things around the wonder WWW.
What I’m planning: adding 60 AMP double to my existing panel in the house. Running 6-3 PVC Jacket - 600 Volt PVC/Nylon Insulation - 90°C UL Type TC - with Ground ER Rated Tray Cable to the shed. In the shed will be a 100 AMP rated sub-panel. Equipment is a 95,000 BTU electric heat pump, 1HP pool pump, 2 LED pool lights, and salt chlorinator.
In the sub-panel is a 40 AMP double for the heater and 15 AMP double for the pump and 15 AMP single for the salt and pool lights okay? Would this over load the 60 Amp in the house panel, I was assuming no as not everything is running a full draw.
Also any advise on a GFI within this mix and any grounding plates if you please.
Thanks in advance.