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#95157 - 09/01/05 01:18 PM Fusing Circuits
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Recently we installed a new circuit that shares a 60 amp disconnect with another circuit. Right now the 60 amp disconnect has 30 amp fuses. The wire size going to the other ciruit is #10. My new circuit is going to a jib crane with a FLA of 1 Amp. I ran #12 wire and installed 1 8/10 fuses on a secondary disconnect that is closer to the jib crane. I would like some input as to whether the #12's I ran are safe with the main disconnect having 30 amp fuses since my new disconnect for the circuit I installed has 1 8/10's fuses installed downstream? Thanks for the great input on my last question and any help on this one would be appreciated as well.

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#95158 - 09/02/05 07:12 AM Re: Fusing Circuits
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Tap rules must be followed when overcurrent protection is not provided at the "start" of a circuit, 240.21.

Does your installation meet all requirements of any part of 240.21(B), specifically look at (2).

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