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#167650 - 08/16/07 10:45 PM Separately Derived Systems in the same pull box?  
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I am currently installing a generator for optional standby loads in an office building. The Generator has two output breakers, one feeds a 120/208 ATS, the other feeds a 75kVA transformer near the generator for a 277/480V feed for a 277/480 ATS for the lighting loads. I also have a conduit with 277/480V feeders for a transformer & sub panel near the generator for the engine heater & battery charger ect. Can all of these conduits & feeders share the same junction box for an angle pull?

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#167654 - 08/17/07 06:27 AM Re: Separately Derived Systems in the same pull box? [Re: techgod]  
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Yes, being that this is an optional standby system.

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