Upgrading to Suraielec Wifi Box Timer Switch

usmc13

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Mar 26, 2022
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Key West, FL
Hi all,

I'm wondering if anyone might be able to help me. I currently have an old Intermatic Pool Pump timer and purchased a Suraielec Smart Wifi Timer Switch. After spending and a bit amount of time looking over the instructions and wiring diagram I'm a little stumped. Right now, we have a salt chlorinator, pool pump, and the heater tied to the Intermatic timer.

Blue circle: Salt Chlorinator
Green circle: Pool Heater/ breaker box
Pink circle: Pool Pump

I appreciate anyones feedback/help!

Zach
 

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ajw22

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Jul 21, 2013
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Northern NJ
Pool Size
35000
Surface
Plaster
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Pentair Intellichlor IC-60
WElcome to TFP.

Follow lower left diagram 4.

The new timer schematic shows 6 terminals L, N, com1, no1, com2, no2
existing timeclock screws are 1, 2, 3, 4

move wires as follows:

1 wires go to com1
2 wires go to no1
3 wires go to com2
4 wires go to no2

Now you need to power the timer on L and N. Take the wire on com1 and wire nut it together with two pigtails. One pigtail goes to L and the other back to com1.

Do the same for the wire on com2 and connect its pigtail to N.

Wire nut all the green wires together and they don't connect to the switch.



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usmc13

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Key West, FL
WElcome to TFP.

Follow lower left diagram 4.

The new timer schematic shows 6 terminals L, N, com1, no1, com2, no2
existing timeclock screws are 1, 2, 3, 4

move wires as follows:

1 wires go to com1
2 wires go to no1
3 wires go to com2
4 wires go to no2

Now you need to power the timer on L and N. Take the wire on com1 and wire nut it together with two pigtails. One pigtail goes to L and the other back to com1.

Do the same for the wire on com2 and connect its pigtail to N.

Wire nut all the green wires together and they don't connect to the switch.



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Thanks so much for your help! I'm not as handy as I'd like to admit. This literally took me 20 mins to disconnect the old one and wire the new one. First try, it powered up and everything is working perfectly. I appreciate your help!
 
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