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#5753 - 12/05/01 11:52 AM demand and connected load
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how do i determine the demand load of a building i.e. a school has a connected load of 299 amps what is the demand load? also does anyone know the maximum open circuit voltage on a dwelling unit? im using a study guide for the contractors exam and the approved reference materias do notseem to have this info in them.

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#5754 - 12/05/01 01:50 PM Re: demand and connected load
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See Section 220-34 and Table 220-34 and Section 210-6(a)in the 1999 NEC.
See also Section 410-80(b).

[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 12-05-2001).]
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