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#67058 - 06/25/06 07:49 AM calculations
Peter Salegna Offline
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Loc: norwich,conn, USA
Does anyone have a quick way of doing service calculation's. Everytime I start one i get pulled off. Just looking for any input.
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#67059 - 06/25/06 07:59 AM Re: calculations
Bob Offline
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Loc: Mobile, AL, USA
The is a computer program at this site http://www.electricalknowledge.com/SFDLoadCalc.asp that will give you the answer. Just plug in the numbers.
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#67060 - 06/25/06 12:08 PM Re: calculations
Peter Salegna Offline
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Loc: norwich,conn, USA
Thanks i'll check it out
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#67061 - 06/25/06 01:33 PM Re: calculations
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I've made my own for residential, easy to add/remove and maniplate to my advantage or customize to job.
http://www.markhellerelectric.com/Resi%20Calc.xlt

Haven't gotten around to a commercial one yet....

Mike Holt also has one in the free stuff area http://www.mikeholt.com/freestuff.php?id=freegeneral
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