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If you are installing a GEC at a second building on a service do you still size to 250.66 on the service conductors or do you base it on the feeder?


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The size of the feeder to the building in question.

Check out 250.32(E) 2005


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OK I was just concerned about what a "supply conductor" really meant. I assumed it was the feeder but I wanted to hear it ... as a sanity check. Thanks


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I agree it could be clearer.......



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