You might need to check your electric water heater wiring diagram or 220 electric heater then get back to meI sure would not do that. That other 110 side is hot and will be trickling juice. You sure want to Break Both Sides of a 220 circuit. One would not work on a electric water heater if ONLY One side was stopped.
That other side will have 110 votes. Not a good thing at all on a 220 submersible. Good way to burn it out.
Like if the power goes out and they only energize one side that is Very Hard on ANY 220 pump or anything that WANTS to run when only one side is energized.
If it was a good idea only one wire would go to the pressure switch instead of two Hot Ones, if a 220 unit and most submersible are 220.
That is the color coding for a 3 phase pump in the USA. This is a link that you should be able to get some answers through http://jwpump.company.weiku.com/product/I have a pump from.jinwa pump company. The wiring is a green and yellow wire is the ground. But the other three are black, blue, and red. The red is marked "a",blue "m", black "c".model # 4sjm3. Anyone?
Or it has a start capacitor in a box above ground I had one like that . My new pump has only two wires to run it as the capacitor is in the pump below ground . He says it will run but he apparently don't understand how to wire in a pressure switch . This being for standard USA electric :clap:That is the color coding for a 3 phase pump
Yep that is what I was trying to say :clap:If you know where the wires go on the manual box you should be able to move them to an auto start system without too much trouble.
One wire should be hot all the time.
One wire should hook to a relay and be hot when the pump starts until it is up to speed.
One wire should hook to the relay and be hot after the pump is up to speed.
Or you could use the pressure switch on the system to break the power between the breaker box and the manual start switch.
You don't need a different box. Most relay boxes I've seen don't even have an on/off switch, they just contain the relay for the starting circuit and are controlled by the pressure switch on the pressure tank.
Yep you'll are making a simple job hard :shrug::whistlin:220 v, 60hz. 1hp pump. I think i gathered the blue is.neutral, red and black are.hot. Single phase ,if that helps. I am going to have my step dad read these replies. He is more knowledgable, the wire colors were throwing him as they look nothing like other pumps and control boxes her has used. It is a very light weight, plastic control box.