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#100245 - 11/04/06 12:52 PM Multi-family dwelling feeders sizes
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Does 310.15 (B)(6) apply to multi-family dwellings or does it only apply to single-family dwellings? The way I read it is as long as the service is single-phase, #4 copper can be used to feed a 125amp main lug only panel in a multi-family dwelling.

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#100246 - 11/04/06 04:30 PM Re: Multi-family dwelling feeders sizes
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Ron:
Yes.
Read (6)...on page 70-141 (bottom right)

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#100247 - 11/04/06 06:08 PM Re: Multi-family dwelling feeders sizes
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Thanks John!

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