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#35281 - 03/07/04 05:37 AM grounding 4160v circuit
jackman435 Offline
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we are installing a 5kv S&C sw. that is feeding a 4160 - 480v transformer. my question is, does the equip. ground con. from transformer back to s&c sw. have to be rated for 5000v, or would 600v wire be ok?

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#35282 - 03/07/04 08:35 AM Re: grounding 4160v circuit
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600V insulation or bare is OK.

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#35283 - 03/07/04 12:36 PM Re: grounding 4160v circuit
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I agree with Nick. It’s routine for equipment-grounding/bonding conductors in medium-voltage systems to be relatively large compared to phase conductors, like in the 2/0-4/0 AWG size.

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