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#47592 01/19/05 06:43 PM
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would I be alright if I go with 300amps, to power up a 5 unit apartment complex, each having a 100amp service in them. these units are very basic, no range circuit, no dryer circuit,exc. they do have ac unit 40 amps

#47593 01/19/05 06:54 PM
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You need to do the actual caculations using section 220 to determine the size of the service conductors and main Sw. You can not guess and expect to be correct.

#47594 01/19/05 07:14 PM
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Bob is correct. I am closing this thread, all replys can be here. https://www.electrical-contractor.net/ubb/Forum1/HTML/005372.html

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