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#97194 - 02/01/06 12:27 AM Sizing conductors for 4gang meterbase  
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Installing a 4 gang meterbase to feed 4 dwellings not yet constructed. Service to be supplied by the developer. (100A mains in meterbase). How are the conductors feeding this meterbase to be sized? Total connected load?
Code reference?
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#97195 - 02/01/06 01:55 AM Re: Sizing conductors for 4gang meterbase  
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You really need a 220 load calc per 230.23(A).
Example D4(a) will give you an idea what it will look like.


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