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  1. Canadian Electrical Forum
    I am upgrading my old 100amp fuse panel to a 200amp breaker... I also want to run an electric line to the detached garage for future electric vehicle. Right now I have a 12awg running to the garage for applicances. I was wondering if it is within the Ontario code to run a single 6gauge 3 wire...
  2. General Electrical Discussion
    Hi everyone, this is Matt from an EV charging company called AmpUp. We're a software company that makes it easy for properties to manage their charging stations (pricing, user access, analytics, load management). I'm looking to get on the ground feedback from electricians like yourself on EV...
  3. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Hey all, Brother and I were having a discussion about a receptacle that I will be installing at a job for a welder. We are running 6/3 NMD, on 50 amp OCPD, with a 6-50 receptacle.(6/3 if for futureproofing. We run a neutral most of the time, so that a 14-50 can be installed in the future)...
  4. General Electrical Discussion
    I'm installing a JuiceBox Pro 40 EV charger in my garage, and debating how I should set it up. We just moved into the house, where there was a previous outdoor hot tub on a 40A line. A 6/3 line ran to a junction box just before running outside; once outside, it ran into an exterior box with...
  5. Canadian Electrical Forum
    I have a friend looking to have a new feed ran to his garage for his future EV in Alberta. He is looking to run PVC underground from his house directly to his garage, and was previously suggested by someone to use 6/3 NMWU. Looking through the code now I'm not sure if it's possible to run NMWU...
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