Trilliant Breakers - for lack of a better place
I am looking for a 100amp 2 pole Trilliant breaker. Not a main breaker, but a normal breaker. I am aware of the extreme rareness of this, for I have everything in stock but 70amp +. I am willing to spend good money for this breaker if anyone wants to send me a private message.
I went to a 6000 square foot house with a 200 amp trilliant panel. They have a Square D subpanel feeding from the Trilliant, but feed from the line side of the trilliant. In essence they were pulling up to 300 amps on this service. All was well, well now its time to sell the house. A home inspector wrote it up and now the new homeowners have it pending on the correction of the panel. Now, the problem is this. If the panel is changed to put the subpanel on a 100 amp breaker, the house will loose 100 amps, and boy does it need it. Breakers are already tripping like it is. What a situation to be in. I see the real fix as being upgrading to a 300 amp service. The probabal fix is to change the trilliant and be done with it. The homeowner, im sure, will take the cheapest rout out of this problem.
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Chris Hill, EE,ME,GA-CR
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