I would have to ask the building department to see, but the lady at the front desk isn't the nicest, so I try not to ask too many questions. The electrical component of an above ground swimming pool is pretty important. The first option is to have the electrician install a sub-panel which will simply provide the breaker space needed to accommodate the pool equipment.
He mentioned putting in a copper ring around the pool and connecting that to each support pole on the pool then back to the pump. What should the end terminal have near the pool: This was my original post. He had no idea that a pool has to have a pump and filter. Also, what is the distance between the light source and the pump? Also, I figure I would run 12 guage or wire rated for 20amp in the event I ever wanted to upgrade. Sign up using Email and Password.