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#67750 - 07/14/06 08:21 AM Lost load calculation post - formulas..  
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A few days (weeks) ago I saw a post here that had a link to a load calculation "spreadsheet" - plug in square footage, fixed loads, etc. and it gave you the size service needed.

Anyone know where it was? or can give me link to it?

Thanks, and I'll capture it next time, I promise......


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#67751 - 07/14/06 06:22 PM Re: Lost load calculation post - formulas..  
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NEC section.

The post is titled "200 amp or 400 amp".

Dave


#67752 - 07/16/06 06:49 AM Re: Lost load calculation post - formulas..  
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That's it! Thanks



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