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Old 02-07-2015, 09:30 PM   #1
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article 225.30 requires a single feeder be ran when served by one feeder, if the building has multiple feeders on same building. according to Article 225.30 E. and 225.37 identified its ok to feed a building from multiple feeders. anyone have experience with that?
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Old 02-07-2015, 11:20 PM   #2
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There are 6 special conditions that you can do this. If it's not for any of those six, you can only do it if you need more than 2000 amps at a seperate structure.
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article 225.30 requires a single feeder be ran when served by one feeder, if the building has multiple feeders on same building. according to Article 225.30 E. and 225.37 identified its ok to feed a building from multiple feeders. anyone have experience with that?
Yes. For EX.,multiple structures can have 208/120 feeders and branch circuits exclusive to 277 lighting from one source, but need to be identified in each structure w/disconnecting means. ~CS~
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Manny (MBLES)-- here we go again hey...

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article 225.30 requires a single feeder be ran when served by one feeder, if the building has multiple feeders on same building.
Go back and read that section-- it does not say that. It states that only one feeder or branch circuit may feed the building and there are exception.


[QUOTE]according to Article 225.30 E. and 225.37 identified its ok to feed a building from multiple feeders. /QUOTE]

Yes this was covered above-- the exceptions
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