Gonna make the switch to Stenner/Liquid Chlorine setup.
1. Pump - Challenger w/ Century A.O. Smith B2980T Dual Speed Pool and Spa Motor, 230V, Integrated Timer
2. Heater - Raypak 266BTU EI, 220V
3. Timer - Intermatic T102R - Pump/Heater wired to it, always on...pump runs 24hrs a day, integrated timer on motor controls hi/lo speed operation.
Even though not necessary, pump running 24hr is personal preference so actually timer function of intermatic not used; always on.
Thinking when I get Stenner, switch to P1353ME timer running in Mode 3 w/ Stenner connected to Circuit 3 (Cleaner) so Stenner will never be running unless Circuit 1 (pump/heater) is running/energized as well and I can control runtime of Stenner on Circuit 3 so I can used fixed-output Stenner ($70 cheaper).
So, line to timer/equipment pad is 220V, pump/heater at 220, figure a 45MPHP2 in 220VAC will do nicely with a #1 tube set to pump at night for whatever time I need set by circuit 3 timer of P1353ME timer. Being Circuit 3 of the timer should insure that chem pump never runs without main pump on if I ever decide I don't want main pump to run 24hrs.
If'n I woulda just planned this all out when I switched pump motors last year, I woulda gone with a pump motor without integrated timer and just controlled it all through P1353ME timer but alas, it is what it is.
Thoughts? Well, besides "What is this guy thinking?", anyway...