Thanks for the follow up and talking with Pentair...
I'd really appreciate your feedback after you get your system installed.. It will be interesting to hear from someone that is actually using the IntelliConnect vs. just reading the manual like I have been doing.
Good Luck with your new set up.
Each relay can switch a 120v or 240 circuit.
My guess is the Intelliconnect should not draw more then 2amps. It is a simple device.
I checked the IntelliFlow and IntelliChlor manuals and only the IntelliFlow lists the RS-485 cable as being included. Does the IntelliChlor also include a cable? What is the length?
Just to be clear.. the IntelliChlor cell cannot run by itself, it needs a power center.. The IntelliChlor has a cable built into the cell that gets plugged into the power center.. That cable is about 8 or 10 feet long.. You will need to make your own cable to connect the power center to the IntelliConnect's RS-485 port.
The IntelliPump (https://www.pentair.com/content/dam...intellifloxf-vsf/IntelliFlo_ProXF_VSF_Eng.pdf) comes with a RS-485 cable but not IntelliChlor? Odd.
And, it's 50'? If so, that works.The IntelliPump cable needs a special weatherproof connector on the pump connection side so it is supplied.
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I spent a bit reading and didn't find a definitive answer. Currently, I use a Tork timer to provide power to pump/heater/swg which will now be replaced with the IntelliConnect. I BELIEVE that means the heater/pump/SWG will always be powered even if they are not active. There will be additional electricity draw but should I find a solution to kill the power to prolong the components life?
Lastly, I've read the pump should run at least 10 minutes after the heater shuts off. Is there a way to program this via IntelliConnect? Or another way to automate that?