Aquarite Chlorine Generator Install Question

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Aquarite Chlorine Generator Install Question

Postby Mr.Lif » Sat 03 May, 2008 21:00

Im installing an Aquarite chlorine generator and I dont know what gauge wire to use to connect the generator to the timer. Can anyone tell me?

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Postby Strannik-au » Sun 04 May, 2008 06:42

You can use 20 amp cable, not sure what's that in gauge.
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What gauge wire

Postby poolmule » Fri 23 May, 2008 11:38

More than likely, your unit will run on 220v, so you should use #12 gauge wire. If the wire is going to be exposed to sunlight, make sure you get the type that is designed for UV exposure. If you are putting it in conduit, you can just use regular 12-2 w/ground. If your unit is running on 110v, you can still use #12 gauge.

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