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allowable ampacity on two pole and three pole breakers????? #5277
11/12/01 10:09 PM
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what is the allowable ampacity per phase on a two pole 30a breaker???is it the same for a three pole 30a breaker???confused???is it 30 total or 30 per phase???thanks

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Re: allowable ampacity on two pole and three pole breakers????? #5278
11/12/01 11:24 PM
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Smokey,

It is 30A per pole.

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