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#26074 - 05/28/03 11:22 PM Meter main panels
mazspeed Offline

Registered: 01/28/03
Posts: 15
Loc: Campbell Ca
I have a tight space to put a meter main. Do they make or anybody make a narrow meter main panel? I'm looking for one that is no wider then 12 inches wide and 18 inches long. It has to be a 100 amp meter main.

Thanks in advance

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#26075 - 05/29/03 01:28 PM Re: Meter main panels
rmiell Offline

Registered: 11/09/00
Posts: 261
Loc: La Junta, Co. USA
Sq D has a meter-main that is 13.82" wide and 12.80" tall, Cat. # CQRB100

GE has one that is 14" wide by 22 1/4" tall, Cat # TM10RMC

Midwest has two that are 9 3/4" wide by 30" tall, Cat # M100C, and # M101C

Why the limits?

Rick Miell

#26076 - 05/29/03 06:05 PM Re: Meter main panels
caselec Offline

Registered: 04/14/02
Posts: 557
Loc: San Jose, CA
I don't think your going to find anything that small. The smallest I have seen would be a Circle-AW 1M1R (24" X 8"). ED stocks quite a bite of Circle AW so they might even have this unit in stock.
Curt Swartz


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