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#94320 - 07/22/05 11:52 AM sizing a multi- family service
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need to figure a feeder size for a 4 unit condo building,4- 100 amp panels for condos, and 1- 60 amp panel for house panel
any help will be greatly appreciated
thank you,
pwregan

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#94321 - 07/27/05 02:00 AM Re: sizing a multi- family service
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As this is a somewhat code-related issue, I'm going to move this across to the NEC area for better coverage.

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#94322 - 07/27/05 08:28 AM Re: sizing a multi- family service
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Look at 220.31 and 220.32 for the caculations and adjustments in the 2002 code

[This message has been edited by Bob (edited 07-27-2005).]

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#94323 - 07/27/05 09:35 AM Re: sizing a multi- family service
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See the 2005 NEC in Annex D for Examples that will help you make the calculations.
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#94324 - 07/27/05 12:41 PM Re: sizing a multi- family service
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Um, 220.31?? My book ('05 handbook) skips from 220.18 to 220.40...

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#94325 - 07/29/05 06:00 AM Re: sizing a multi- family service
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I didn't think that was such a dumb question.

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