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    Multiple sets on 400a switch

    Guys have 5 sets of 4/0 being fed from a 400a fused switch. Unusual to say the least. What would have to be done in order to terminate all these sets at the switch? Thx

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    Possibly run all wires of one phase to a large Polaris connector with a single wire to the corresponding device lug. This may work if the multiple sets are for voltage drop purposes and you can get a single wire or two wires to carry the current.

    Or you may be able to find a multiple conductor lug that fits the device terminals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldDigger View Post
    Possibly run all wires of one phase to a large Polaris connector with a single wire to the corresponding device lug. This may work if the multiple sets are for voltage drop purposes and you can get a single wire or two wires to carry the current.

    Or you may be able to find a multiple conductor lug that fits the device terminals.

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    Thanks

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    Probably could use one of these

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