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#10886 06/22/02 12:32 PM
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Several days ago I clicked on "Code question of the day". In general the question had to do with feeding a sub-panel from a service entrance panel 20 feet away. Take off lugs were going to be used to feed the sub-panel which had a 100 amp main within the panelboard. Providing the installation was compliant with NEC Article 240 tap rules I don't see a problem with it. My question has to do with is it code compliant or not, not if it's a good design practice.
http://www.geocities.com/cinkerf/Sub-Panel.jpg

Frank

[This message has been edited by Frank Cinker (edited 06-22-2002).]

[This message has been edited by Frank Cinker (edited 06-22-2002).]

#10887 06/22/02 05:39 PM
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The link...http://www.geocities.com/cinkerf/Sub-Panel.jpg returns:

This page is not available.

#10888 06/22/02 06:50 PM
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Frank,
if it met the 240.21 provisions for a tap rule then it's okeydokey......

#10889 06/23/02 02:18 PM
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Try this address to link to Code Question of the Day: http://www.ecmag.com/cqd/index.cfm?ID=20020621

#10890 06/23/02 02:32 PM
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Bill,

Were you able to click on my web page address to access my little drawing that illustrated my posted question? Bjarney could not. It opens right up using my computer. Did I make a UBB code error in posting?

Frank Cinker

#10891 06/23/02 02:45 PM
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Frank,

I can see it fine.

Bill


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Frank,

It doesn't work for me. I don't know why? I get the same message as Bjarney. I would love to see drawing but can't. I thought I was helping by posting a link to CQofD.

Maybe someone can explain why some can see and some can not?

#10893 06/23/02 07:01 PM
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Frank:
it sends me to yahoo, and says this page not available.

-Mark-

#10894 06/23/02 08:30 PM
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MikeW-- http://www.ecmag.com/cqd/index.cfm?ID=20020621 works good for me.

{geoc. link still bombs.}

#10895 06/23/02 09:33 PM
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Frank,

I can still see it fine. It comes up in a new window when I click on the link you gave. ??? [Linked Image]

Anyway, I copied and moved it to ECN:

[Linked Image]

... you guys can see that, right? [Linked Image]

Bill


Bill
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