Pentair IntelliFlow and IC60 Upgrade - Do I have 240v?

sagosto

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May 28, 2019
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Mahwah, NJ
I want to replace my existing equipment with IntelliFlow, IC60, and IntelliConnect. My existing pump is 115V but the spa bubbler is 240V.

The wiring appears to go from ground to gray control box filled with pig tails and then runs to the levers which control pool lights, spa light, and air bubbler. Another appears to go to the Jandy SWG, another to the spa bubbler, and then to heater and then from heater to pump.

I assume I can reuse existing connections for new pump and IC60 power pack. I can get rid of the light and use that for IntelliConnect if it has a plug directly or do I need to wire it into the gray box pig tail mess?

Can I assume I have 240vbased on the bubbler?
 

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Jimrahbe

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Sag,

"Assuming" with electrical issues is a good way to go home dead... :mrgreen:

A bubbler generally does not use any electricity at all.. :scratch:

I would "assume" that the voltage between your Red and Black wires would be 240, but that just depends on who wired it and why.. If this were my system, I would be using a voltmeter to measure what voltage was actually there.

I would think about finding a friend with a solid electrical background.

Show us a pic of the breaker or breakers, that are feeding your system.

Thanks,

Jim R.
 

sagosto

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May 28, 2019
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Mahwah, NJ

Jimrahbe

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Sag,

#32 "Pool" is a 20 amp, 240 volt, GFCI breaker. Most likely for your pump..

#29 "Pool Lights" is a 20 amp, 120 volt, GFCI breaker...

#27 "Pool GFCI" is a 20 amp, 120 volt breaker. It does not appear to be a GFCI breaker to me... :scratch:

The problem remains the same.. You have a nest of wires and no one here can tell you for sure where the wires are going or what voltage is on each one.

Thanks,

Jim R.