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#78855 - 10/28/01 05:17 PM Generator disconnect
lousen Offline
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Does a gen.set located 80 ft. from bldg.require a disconnect where branch circuit conductors enter bldg.? Gen. set has 600 amp. breaker on unit.

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#78856 - 10/29/01 04:33 PM Re: Generator disconnect
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hi,
yes.
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#78857 - 11/03/01 04:14 AM Re: Generator disconnect
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Just for general information if located within 50 ft. disconnect would not be required. 2002 NEC. 700.12(B)(6). http://www.geocities.com/cinkerf/untitled.jpg

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