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#213394 - 04/21/14 12:40 PM 250.30(B) 3 & 250.30 (C)
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Outdoor transformer Customer owned 13.8 Pri.
480/277 Secondary. Bond at Transformer as Required 250.30 (C)
sized by 250.66. 3 phases from Transformer Plus Ground to ist OCP. Can it be Bare Conductors (Parallel) & Must be sized by 250.66 as it's before OCP.
250.30 (B) 3.
Phase Conductors 6 sets of 750's .
750 x6 = 4500 x 12.5 % =5625.
Grounding conductor must be 600 mcm each conduit.
Your imput ?

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#213418 - 04/25/14 11:39 AM Re: 250.30(B) 3 & 250.30 (C) [Re: Yoopersup]
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Questions are incase I didn't state them correctly?
Can a bare SSBJ be installed between the XO at the secondary of the transformer to the Switchgear with the phase conductors?? (there is no Neutral just 3 phases & SSBJ.

Second: system bonding jumper must be sized by 250.66????

Yoopers UP
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