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minimum OCPD for wall oven #198802
02/04/11 10:50 PM
02/04/11 10:50 PM
Niko  Offline OP
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Campbell, CA
Here is the info given in the installation instruction from the oven manufacturer.

7200W, 240V dedicated 30Amp circuit

I know the minimum is 30A OCPD with # minimum #10 conductors.

Now for the maximum i figured 40Amps OCPD according to 422.11(E)(3)
30 x 150% = 37.5Amps

Am i correct on this?


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Re: minimum OCPD for wall oven [Re: Niko] #198810
02/05/11 12:03 AM
02/05/11 12:03 AM
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Niko:
30 x 150% equates to 45 . 37.5 would equate to 125% of 30.

Math aside, some may interpert the nameplate as "30 amp max", as I read it....dedicated 30 amp circuit.







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Re: minimum OCPD for wall oven [Re: Niko] #198818
02/05/11 05:34 AM
02/05/11 05:34 AM
Niko  Offline OP
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But if one doesn't interpret the name plate as the MAX, then one can use 30 x 150% and install a maximum 45A OCPD?

Thanks



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Re: minimum OCPD for wall oven [Re: Niko] #198821
02/05/11 11:31 AM
02/05/11 11:31 AM
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Niko,
If I had to run a circuit to the oven, I would run #8's. If the oven draws 30 amps on full (Thanksgiving Dinner) then your wire size needs to be 8's onto a 40 amp Breaker. (4 wire)
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