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#87401 - 02/26/04 08:21 PM switchboard rating and overcurrent protection  
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If the distribution section bus is rated at 1200 amps maximum, period, then is it properly protected per code by a fully rated 1200 amp breaker that doesn't trip on an overcurrent until it reaches 1200 amps?

thanks for your input.


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#87402 - 02/26/04 09:34 PM Re: switchboard rating and overcurrent protection  
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Based on the wording of your question, In my opinion, yes the dist. section is properly protected.

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