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Thread: Stennar Pump

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    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Dallas, TX

    Stennar Pump

    Does anyone know what volatage stennar pump to buy if I am going to wire into a Jandy Aqualink control panel? I am planning on getting the 22GPD fixed rate pump and want to wire in so I can control.

    15,400 gallon pool & spa, pebble sheen, build 2011, jandy cartridge filter, jandy variable speed pump, jandy heater, ozone, peristaltic pump for bleach

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    May 2014
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    Re: Stennar Pump

    Doesn't matter since Jandy Aqualink controls loads using DPST relays.
    For a 120V load, you use one pair of line/load terminals, for 240V you use both pairs.

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    Nov 2013
    Fort Worth, TX

    Re: Stennar Pump

    I just went through this very thought process. I don't really think it matters if you are going to connect it to an automation system since they all should support 120/240. However, I chose 120v so that I can just use a Woods timer connected to a 120 outlet as a temporary solution.
    30,000 plaster in-ground pool with spa; 2.5HP single speed Centurion pump; Raypak RP2100 propane heater; Polaris 280 with pump, waterfall with separate pump, Triton II commercial sand filter; TF-100 test kit w/ SpeedStir

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