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#52701 - 06/03/05 04:12 AM 200 amp feeders
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For a 200 amp residential service am I correct with 2/0 cu or 4/0 al thhn. the amprage on 2/0 is 195 thats why I am not sure.

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#52702 - 06/03/05 04:59 AM Re: 200 amp feeders
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Nov, see 310.15(B)(6) and Table 310.15(B)(6), if you meet this criteria you are correct.

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#52703 - 06/03/05 07:44 AM Re: 200 amp feeders
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Don't forget to check with local codes. I don't know where your at but many places here require 3 #3ott CU.

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