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Thread: Same xfrmr feeding 2 diff swiches

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrlucky74 View Post
    But still don't understand how it's possible to come out of the xfrmr with 16 sets of 4". Does not seem like there would be enough room for all those conduits/flex to terminate on the enclosure.

    Sorry I have 9 sets 4".
    Typically on a a pad mount transformer they don't actually terminate ... they just stub up in an open bottom. Pad mount or not, you would have to look at the actual transformer drawings to see what room is available for conduits.
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    Is this transformer a POCO transformer?

    If so, you should have their book of standards which has every type of xfmer they use with drawings and specs

    Is this transformer one that was furn/installed by a contractor?

    If so, manufacturer name, cat# and order number can all be looked up.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdslotz View Post
    Is this transformer a POCO transformer?

    If so, you should have their book of standards which has every type of xfmer they use with drawings and specs

    Is this transformer one that was furn/installed by a contractor?

    If so, manufacturer name, cat# and order number can all be looked up.....
    Not a POCO. We, the EC, are F&I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrlucky74 View Post
    Not a POCO. We, the EC, are F&I.

    ok....shop drawings? catalog specs?

    this is not a small gear job...your mfr rep should have ALL of this info

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