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#174263 - 01/30/08 04:08 PM Hospital Sub Panels Question
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Run from Transfer Switch to a Life safety Panel. I see no reason why you can't Sub feed to another Life Safety Panel??
Same with critical Panel subfeeding another Critical panel.


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#174264 - 01/30/08 04:13 PM Re: Hospital Sub Panels Question [Re: Yoopersup]
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Originally Posted By Yoopersup
Run from Transfer Switch to a Life safety Panel. I see no reason why you can't Sub feed to another Life Safety Panel??
Same with critical Panel subfeeding another Critical panel.



Absolutely.

Roger

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#174266 - 01/30/08 04:26 PM Re: Hospital Sub Panels Question [Re: Roger]
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Agreed. Stay within the same "system".

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