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chair lift amperage #15497
10/19/02 07:03 AM
10/19/02 07:03 AM
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derater  Offline OP
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Doing load calcs. for resi addition-anyone ever run a line for a chair lift-I'm guessing inclinator type-thanks in advance for doing my homework.

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Re: chair lift amperage #15498
10/19/02 08:09 PM
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I have installed one that pulled 3 amps according to the data plate, and a second that looked very much like the first that pulled 18 amps according to it's data plate.
You will have to get with the supplier and find out what is going to be installed.
The second one caused me a bit of trouble (rerun the feed to it after drywall and paint was done).


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