This was my subpanel until a couple weeks ago. Originally it was the service to the house, built in 1958. A 50 amp service. This is Federal Electrical Products Company. Note the label says it's UL "inspected" not "listed", though molded on the side of the breaker are the words " Use Only in Listed Enclosures." The hinged door cover was made to fit semi flush over an indoor panel to make it raintight. I don't know who made it.
Actually the 20 amp 2 pole used to feed the pool equipment. The 50 amp was probably the main. It was a sub-panel when I did this change-out. There was not any evidence of the range ever hooked here such as large empty ko or abandoned cable.
Larry LeVoir Inspector City of Irvine, CA
Re: Federal............Before Pacific#152458 04/25/0509:35 AM04/25/0509:35 AM
Something interested that I noticed about this panel (and many others I have come across); On the metal label attached to the cover, there are indications for eight breakers, 1-8 (the "full size" NA breakers), but the stab-buss seems to allow the smaller half size breakers for positions 1, 4, 5, and 8. I have also seen many instances where the smaller breakers were jammed onto the buss in positions where they were not intended to be located, with the resulting problems everyone here has seen.
Pretty good looking doghouse for the panel (as far as these go). What's the round thing above...looks like an old meter can.
[This message has been edited by mamills (edited 04-25-2005).]