I am currently installing a Jandy Sub Panel Power Center (http://www.poolsupplyworld.com/Jandy-66 ... 14AP-L.htm), and I will be putting my pump and one 120 volt light on it. They are currently (before the re-wire) plugged into a GFCI 20amp outdoor receptacle.
Since they will be wired directly into the power center to breakers, should I make those breakers GFCI? I think I know the answer, especially since I have already purchased the non-GFCI breakers.
My upstream disconnect is a 60 amp box, but I only wired one 30-amp breaker in it because it is 10-3 wire, and it is run about 80 feet, and I've read that 30 amps is max for 10 gauge wire. I purchased two breakers: 1 single pole 20amp breaker (for pump), and 1 double pole 15amp breaker (for 120V light and 5amp draw to Jandy heater ignition). If I have to change these to GFCI, I may be screwed, because I need 3 places to wire a hot wire (pump, heater, light), and a 20 and 2 15's would put me at 50 amps, although it would never draw more than about 22-25 amps. What do I do? Is there such a thing as a double pole 15 amp GFCI breaker?