Nope but I will be buying an 80 circuit next week. Might even mount it upside down or sideways just to pi$$ you guys off .
Nope and it drives you guys bonkers .The NEC has a requirement that won't allow a breaker handle to be down in the on position. So a sideways mounted panel would only be allowed to use the bottom spaces because any breaker on the top would have the handle down in the on position and that would be a code violation.
Does the Canadian code not have that requirement?
It's a Canadian panel, 123. By code, we require a separate "service box" for the main disconnecting means. The barrier satisfies the requirement for a service box. All our panels come barriered.Can you provide a part number for that removable plate shown in the pic (installs over the service entrance conductors). I have asked our square D rep for it and no dice. Would make cutting/ or adding circuits in live panels much safer. Shoot me a private message if need be as this is a bit off topic and will be piced apart and cut to pieces here.