demand load calculation for pool sub panel

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Old 06-13-12, 10:17 PM
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demand load calculation for pool sub panel

I am trying to figure out if I can add a sub panel for a new pool build and have no idea where to start to determine if i have the required amps left. I am going to throw out some info and if more is needed let me know.

1800sqft single story 3 bed 2 bath
200 amp main
1 26cuft fridge
1 30" range
1 24" dish washer and 1 1.5hp garbage disposal
1 1200watt microwave/hood combo
1 10cuft freezer
1 electric he dryer
1 electric he washer
3 ton air conditioner/heat pump
14 pod lights
4 ceiling fans
1 garage door opener
1 projector
1 42' plasma tv
1 55' led tv
1 32' lcd tv

water heater is gas along with gas logs

I am wanting to run a sub panel out to my pool area with a 60 amp breaker.

Proposed sub panel

1 2hp pump
1 salt water generator
1 small fridge
1 led 42" tv
possibly a sound system
1 led 500w light in pool
2 outdoor lights to be added later

Thanks in advance for any help I can get on this!
 
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