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    #16
    Originally posted by ptonsparky View Post
    They were wedged between the stabs. No welding. Nothing nefarious, just FE.
    I can hardly wait for the you tube video. "Temp. Power made easy".
    The 95% of people that you can't trust give the other 5% a bad name.

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      #17
      Originally posted by growler View Post

      I have never used any staples to jumper between phases.
      Part of me can't wait until someome contacts viking for a listing/rating....~RJ~

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        #18
        Originally posted by growler View Post
        I can hardly wait for the you tube video. "Temp. Power made easy".
        "This should be a 'staple' in any service truck."
        Master Electrician
        Electrical Contractor
        Richmond, VA

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          #19
          Originally posted by LarryFine View Post
          "This should be a 'staple' in any service truck."
          What is the current rating of those staples? What is their AWG equivalent?

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            #20
            Originally posted by ggunn View Post
            What is the current rating of those staples? What is their AWG equivalent?
            They are parallel in open air so take that into consideration.
            Tom
            TBLO

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              #21
              Originally posted by ptonsparky View Post
              They are parallel in open air so take that into consideration.
              Parallel? Are they AWG #1/0 equivalent?

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                #22
                Originally posted by ggunn View Post
                Parallel? Are they AWG #1/0 equivalent?
                Egads! Another violation?

                Oh, wait, they can’t be in parallel, if they are not 1/0 or larger. That has been discussed before.

                A ring circuit then?
                Tom
                TBLO

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by ggunn View Post
                  What is the current rating of those staples? What is their AWG equivalent?
                  To have a current rating one must also have a maximum operating temperature to go with it.

                  With most conductors we deal with insulation and terminations are limiting factors on maximum design temperature.
                  I live for today, I'm just a day behind.

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