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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by fall46, Aug 13, 2009.
Nah, I have no interest in beating up an old man.
Actually Boots, Article 430, Section 5 allows this.
Why do you keep arguing this without reading the stuff I post? This links posted reference the code directly, they aren't some yahoos interpretation of what is "right".
It does not, you effin maroon. If you believe it does, go on a site used by licensed electricians, and get their agreement, and return here and post the link. Absent that, you speak with forked tongue.
P.S. I read the Mike Holt page, and that's about a motor load, and says nothing about a branch circuit's fixed-wiring requirements. The motor is a load connected to a branch circuit.
What does Section 5 say Boots?
Why do you keep pretending there are no requirements for branch circuit wiring? Those stand alone. They do not go away.
What does it say Boots?
It says Kiril is a load.
I mispoke its a 20amp breaker with a 110 volt line in which the pump is plugged into. Could using a timer like this work
All it would be doing is simply turning on and off the pump which would controling 1 zone with 3-4 sprinkler heads attached to it.
It'll work - but it's pretty cheesy. K-Rain makes a 110V version that is more suited to irrigation, the 1110 or 2110. They even have a model that can have a rain sensor attached to it.
Agreed its cheesy! Tell me what does the K-Rain get me the timer I linked doesnt? (I'm not trying to challenge more curious)
Do you have a link?