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    NEC 2017, How is Table 220.88 Optional Method applied to a load calculation

    NEC 2017, How is Table 220.88 Optional Method applied to a load calculation in a new all electric restaurant, and just to use as an example if the total connected load would be 326-800A ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by juanbtrevino1@yahoo.com View Post
    NEC 2017, How is Table 220.88 Optional Method applied to a load calculation in a new all electric restaurant, and just to use as an example if the total connected load would be 326-800A ?
    For Table 220.88 the connected load is kVA, not Amps.

    If you had a 600kVA connected load in an all electric restaurant, the 220.88 calculated load would be (600-325)*0.45+262.5 or 386.3kVA

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