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Old 10-21-2009, 07:13 PM   #1
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hey i am just in 2nd year schooling and we are doing single dwelling service calculations... i was wondering if anyone know of a website were you can just plug in numbers and it comes out with the total ampacity ? i am not going to use it to do homework just curious if something exists...thanks

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Yes it does exist.

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The reference does exist... It is the National Electrical Code. It will tell you all that you need to know...save, residential power factor correction. I'm sorry, it slipped out.
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The reference does exist... It is the National Electrical Code. It will tell you all that you need to know...save, residential power factor correction. I'm sorry, it slipped out.
I made one with Excel....there are others too
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Are you hiding them all for yourself?
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First, shouldn't you learn how to do it, before you find shortcuts!
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Old thread, but the OP is from Canada, eh! He needs to use the CEC, not the NEC.

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