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#191914 - 01/18/10 11:47 AM RV Park lay out diagram
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Great!!! sounds like i found the mother load on electrical knowledge so here it goes.
question; what is the basic wiring layout or diagram to an RV Park with 30 spaces (10 per row & 50amps ea) and max run of 500' per row? also; one building-store,small laundry room, two rest room w/showers.
how will the power come in and then brake down in each space??
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#191915 - 01/18/10 01:28 PM Re: RV Park lay out diagram [Re: tee]
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I sort of figured this would happen. smile Tee did you look at the forum rules before you Posted. I have a feeling you are not an Electrical contractor. I am positive the Site Admin may not allow this question.
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#191917 - 01/18/10 01:43 PM Re: RV Park lay out diagram [Re: dougwells]
tee Offline
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oh, ok... my bad i guess...sorry i wasted you guys time. i'm out.
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#191918 - 01/18/10 02:00 PM Re: RV Park lay out diagram [Re: tee]
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Sorry Tee,

You should check with a Local EC and Building/Electrical Inspector.
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