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Old 02-10-2015, 03:03 AM   #1
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2 400 amp 208v main lug 3 phase panels....1 200 amp 240v panel and 1 100 amp panel...... each need to be on its own meter..... what steps do i need to take first??? contact local power company? will they bring individual feeds down for each meter???
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2 400 amp 208v main lug 3 phase panels....1 200 amp 240v panel and 1 100 amp panel...... each need to be on its own meter..... what steps do i need to take first??? contact local power company? will they bring individual feeds down for each meter???
Yes, you will need to get their book on what they will require...


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You probably won't be able to get by with MLO panels though.

Does this job require engineer stamped drawings (for permitting)?
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