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#82550 - 11/25/02 07:46 AM Service Disconnect over 600V
Scott Yeazell Offline
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Registered: 12/03/01
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Loc: Springfield, OH, USA
230.205(C)
Question #1: Does this apply to a College Campus or other Commercial, multibuilding, single owner situation? Or just "industrial" (manufacturing) buildings?
Question #2: Can a single 15 KV switch serve as the required "service disconnecting means" for more than one padmount transformer and thereby more than one building?
This is a loop feed situation from padmount to padmount. Each padmount has its own internal fusing.

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#82551 - 11/26/02 01:09 PM Re: Service Disconnect over 600V
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I;ve been working on a campus system also. Once past the main all circuits are feeders. 2002 240-100 . As far as a remote control for the main i;d say no.A campus is not a Industrial installtion.See definition of feeder. in Definitions, also look at 450-3A

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