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  1. General Electrical Discussion
    I am installing a meter base on a house that has 2 breakers feeding sub panels. One is a 200 amp breaker feeding a sub panel for the main house. The other is a 125 amp breaker feeding a DADU (detached mother in law). The DADU is going to have solar panels. The solar guys want at least a 150 amp...
  2. Canadian Electrical Forum
    If anyone is upgrading res service in Edmonton, I'm looking to get my hands on a few round meter bases with jaws/lugs in place, 30-50 years old. No plan to re-use, running a science project and looking for training aids.
  3. General Electrical Discussion
    I have come across a situation where I wanted to change where my service wires entered my meter enclosure. I am looking for a reference to find out what is allowable and what might not be. I recently connected an overhead service where I would have liked to punch a hole in the top back portion...
  4. General Electrical Discussion
    I stumbled upon a Unicorn Electrical Products meter base today. (Never heard of that name before.) Well, I found out that Unicorn was bought out by Milbank and I called the Milbank rep to find out what type of breaker this meter base would accept and still fall within the guidelines of UL...
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    I went to estimate a job today and I found this. There is an electrical panel directly behind this meter base that feeds a small panel for a shop, which is where all this stuff is located. The house is located about 75 feet from here down a hill and is a separate structure. I was thinking the...
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