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Old 03-29-2014, 06:48 PM   #1
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What's are your preferences regarding 150A main lug panels, and how many spaces do you offer to customers?
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Old 03-29-2014, 07:12 PM   #2
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Buy a 30 or 40 space 200 amp main breaker value pack, remove the main breaker and install lugs. Done.
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It's probably been 15 years since I installed a 150A panel.
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Buy a 30 or 40 space 200 amp main breaker value pack, remove the main breaker and install lugs. Done.
Can you just buy a 200a main lug instead?
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Can you just buy a 200a main lug instead?
Sure, but cost wise a main breaker value pack is cheaper.
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Buy a 30 or 40 space 200 amp main breaker value pack, remove the main breaker and install lugs. Done.
Just did that recently for a 300, bought 2. 32/40 panels, removed main breakers and installed lugs.
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I have a 30 ckt 200 ml ch br panel in my garage new in box, $125, will ship.
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I have a 30 ckt 200 ml ch br panel in my garage new in box, $125, will ship.
Why not just install it?
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Cost-wise, what's the difference between a full 40 ckt panel and the 20/40's or 32/40's?
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150s are

Not common in my area... One townhouse developement 150 units, thats the only place ive seen in 20 yrs and about 25 sq miles
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200, 32/40 circuit panel.
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