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Pool supply 12 years 6 months ago #29090

I am going to install a new electrical supply for the pool equipment. The existing was laid under a slab that has been removed and will not be replaced. The junction box at the equipment will service the two one hp motors, light and a blower. I will also have seven landscape lights. I plan to bury the line 18" pull two black one white #8 and a #12 ground. Question is, is this good enough or "over kill"  Thanks

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Re: Pool supply 12 years 6 months ago #29161

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why don't you go with low voltage for the pool lights?

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Re: Pool supply 12 years 6 months ago #29162

My brain kicked in :) I remember I need the same size ground as the conductors. The run is 70 ft. berried 18" The lights are pole lamps so I can't use low voltage

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