I'm almost complete on a new pool build with an Intellicenter 521906 controlling everything (1 intelliflo pump, IC60, 2 Intellivalves, MasterTemp 400, water feature pump, lights...etc) Question about jumping relays to be able to control the IC60 independently...In your above example, you have 1 circuit breaker feeding your pump, IntelliChlor, and Heater all through the pump relay or am I missing something? Can the pump and the heater be on the same GFCI circuit breaker without causing any issues?
I believe my electrician has mine currently wired incorrectly (my intelliflo is wired through the load side of the pump relay) and I would like to do it the way you've described, I just want to make sure I understand correctly while I explain it to the electrician.
I've wired every panel the same way with the pump, heater and SWG on the same 20A GFi breaker and never had an issue. The Intelliflo should receive constant power. I use a jumpered relay to power the heater because I'm a big fan of heater bypasses and I don't want the heater to have power with no flow. For some reason 3 amps sticks out in my mind for the blower draw, the rest is low voltage and is very minimal.
I don't really see a reason to have the SWG on its own relay. If you don't want to run it for whatever reason, you could always add a feature circuit with a pump speed assigned to allow the pump to run but the Filter pump relay wouldn't activate.
I wouldn't consider myself attractive by any means....just something Tom Brady and Brad Pitt would conceive during a heated night of passion (which would certainly require more than 3 amps).