James' suggestion is a good one. What you're looking for (and what Pentair uses) is an instrument rated GFCI breaker. It trips at 30ma instead of 5ma like normal GFCI's do. It's also less sensitive to some harmonics.
My info was bad. Apparently they aren't using instrument rated breakers anymore.
Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) circuit breakers work faster and at more sensitive thresholds than conventional household circuit breakers. Required by the National Electric Code (NEC) standards for pool pumps, these GFCI breakers are the right choice in load centers supporting...
I've had good luck with Siemens gfci on VS pumps in a pinch I did not know pentair switched from 30ma breakers. I wonder when that happened I did a swap to solve a nuicense trip in May and it worked no trips all summer. I gotta see if theres old stock to buy 2moro