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#214067 - 09/28/14 02:41 PM electrical calculations  
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Hello!

I am studying for my architect exam and want to find a chart/outline of how to calculate the electrical load for a small office building.......
I have an excel spreadsheet from the internet with columns to enter the description and Va loads......how do I count and assign the various lighting and receptacles of the office.

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#214070 - 09/28/14 07:07 PM Re: electrical calculations [Re: mwdesigns]  
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This is defined in article 220 of the NEC with examples in the back of the book.
If you have a copy of the handbook there is additional commentary.


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