Hello. I have decided to upgrade my suntouch to easytouch. The quality of instructions in the pentair manual is well known, so I would like to get some help / confirmation from the experts here.
My list of equipment consists of a 240V intelliflo VS + SVRS pump, a 240V raypak gas heater, one 120V intellibrite light, a 240V peristaltic pump for chlorine, and one valve actuator. I am going to add easytouch and intellichem to the system. In the future I want the keep the option to add intellichlor and relays to control landscape lighting.
My plan is to purchase the easytouch 4 with the intellichlor transformer. The wiring would be as follows:
1) From subpanel, 240V 50A GFCI breaker to the easytouch load center.
2) In the easytouch load center, one 120V GFCI breaker for the easytouch transformer and intellibrite.
3) In the easytouch load center, one 240V GFCI breaker for intelliflo and peristaltic pump.
4) In the easytouch load center, one 240V GFCI breaker for raypak gas heater.
I already have 1x 120V GFCI and 2x 240V GFCI breakers for my existing equipment. So the question is really whether I need an extra GFCI breaker in the subpanel feeding to the easytouch load center, when all the beakers in the easytouch load center will use my existing GFCI breakers.
Relays / others:
1) Relay 1 in easytouch: filter pump.
2) Relay 2 in easytouch: intellibrite.
3) Relay 3/4 in easytouch: future landscape lights.
4) Fireman's switch in easytouch: gas heater.
5) Intellichem: external pump 2 connection, in line with the load side of the peristaltic pump.
6) Intellichem: I am getting the one pump + acid tank kit, and I don't think I need to do anything on that side.
Future expansion for intellichlor if we go salt water:
1) In the easytouch load center, add one 240V GFCI breaker for the intellichlor transformer. Do I need another 240V GFCI breaker to power the intellichlor transformer?
2) Wire up intellichlor to intellichem and easytouch.
Does this look like a good plan? Thanks!