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    Crouse-Hinds used to list competitive makes of...

    Crouse-Hinds used to list competitive makes of breakers allowed in their loadcenters, but since Siemens got them never paid attention if that is still the case but I really doubt it. :p
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    Yikes! A product looking for a purpose.

    Yikes! A product looking for a purpose.
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    Just to satisfy my curiosity how much are they...

    Just to satisfy my curiosity how much are they going for? No, not looking to get any. :lol:
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    And not "110V".

    And not "110V".
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    In that application neither cable is suitable for...

    In that application neither cable is suitable for 100A & 4/3 NM is only suitable for 70A as it has to be sized from the 60 degree column of table 310.16.

    Edit #2, I think that there are a few...
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    Now that this tread has run for a bit, what was...

    Now that this tread has run for a bit, what was the solution agreed by the AHJ & the OP? Inquiring minds want to know. :lol:
  7. Thread: Load Centers

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    But the QO is a cheesy plastic interior.

    But the QO is a cheesy plastic interior.
  8. Thread: Load Centers

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    I prefer Eaton/Cutler-Hammer type CH loadcenters...

    I prefer Eaton/Cutler-Hammer type CH loadcenters , copper bus & I see that Eaton is copying the SQ D Visi-Trip® indicator too, Siemens offers copper bussed panels too.
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    Main is a Zinsco style, which means it's...

    Main is a Zinsco style, which means it's Challenger, Bryant/Westinghouse, or General Switch, GS is my guess.
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    So if it was true, the poor smuck would be a...

    So if it was true, the poor smuck would be a honorable mention or a Darwin Award nominee, assuming that he was no longer able to be part of the gene pool.
  11. Thread: FEMA BFE +1

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    Thanks for the enlightenment. :thumbsup:...

    Thanks for the enlightenment. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
  12. Thread: FEMA BFE +1

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    What does "BFE" stand for? The normal meaning for...

    What does "BFE" stand for? The normal meaning for BFE is not repetible here.
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    The Cooper B-Line can shown in the photo will...

    The Cooper B-Line can shown in the photo will function better then the RV power outlet because of the adapter, there is no way that cover will be able to close because of the space taken up by the...
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    Just to add Twistlock® and Sheetrock®. ...

    Just to add Twistlock® and Sheetrock®. Cellophane & Superglue lost trademark protection.
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    They were cranky about the use of "romex" on a HI...

    They were cranky about the use of "romex" on a HI forum that I rarely visit, wanted either NM or Romex® used if I recall correctly. Southwire does need to protect their trademark, guard it or lose it.
  16. Are these breakers bolt-on? The gap at the...

    Are these breakers bolt-on? The gap at the center, "centre" makes it a possibility.
  17. Here in the US, Sylvania became Challenger, I...

    Here in the US, Sylvania became Challenger, I think they were Commander in Canada, but I have no clue whether CSA has anything like UL classifying competitive makes of circuit breakers to be used in...
  18. Thread: PICTURES

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    Properly done conduit runs are a work of art. ...

    Properly done conduit runs are a work of art.


    Ask & ye shall receive. :) http://www.electrical-contractor.net/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/122256/NM_Run_With_An_Iron.html
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    Me thinks it's voltage dependent, 480,600V is HD...

    Me thinks it's voltage dependent, 480,600V is HD only, general duty is 240V max, so job specs or how competitive the bid is.
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    The non-CTL twin breakers are for panels...

    The non-CTL twin breakers are for panels manufactured prior to 1968 that do not have the notched bus stabs that later ones have.
  21. How will the compressors not be running at the...

    How will the compressors not be running at the same time? You cannot rely on the user to only start up one at a time, two static converters, or better yet a rotary converter would be needed, & with...
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    You sure this is not a Japanese innovation?;)

    You sure this is not a Japanese innovation?;)
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    Just to add, if using the high leg & another...

    Just to add, if using the high leg & another phase for a 240V 1Ø load the circuit breaker would have to have a 240V rating, not the more common 120/240V rating.
  24. Thread: back feed

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    Only if it is a plug-in circuit breaker, not...

    Only if it is a plug-in circuit breaker, not required for a bolt-on, but plug-in type is more common.
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    In a residential situation, a 30A SP breaker is a...

    In a residential situation, a 30A SP breaker is a bad thing unless proven otherwise, besides a travel trailer, not much in the residential realm needs a 30A 120V circuit.
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