It's probably 120 volts, but it could be low voltage as well. That circuit
would be controlled by a switch, but it may be possible to pull additional
wires through the same conduit to add an additional circuit
Cool. I have no problem with it being controlled by a switch because it
is probably an outlet I would only use 4-5 times a year (during parties
and maybe for some leaf blowing in the fall) so I can turn on the pool
light at the same time with no concerns. That's also why I don't want to
mess with pulling more wires if I can avoid it. Thanks.
"Even I realized that money was to politicians what the ecalyptus tree is to
koala bears: food, water, shelter and something to crap on."
You would think that they would be changing over to low voltage, maybe
Sounds like a good app. I'd prefer it for obvious reasons. But,
installing pools saving a few $$$ is probably the main concern......
On the other
hand if some of the installing companies were smart, they could make
fact that they use low voltage a selling point.
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