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Attached to the house is a panel and attached to that is a sub panel.

What I want to do is run 3/4 PVC, 220v off the second panel to another panel like in the picture to a greenhouse. What are some things I need to be aware of/ should know?
 

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Attached to the house is a panel and attached to that is a sub panel.

What I want to do is run 3/4 PVC, 220v off the second panel to another panel like in the picture to a greenhouse. What are some things I need to be aware of/ should know?
Make sure you run 4/0 M.I. cable at a minimum.
 

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What is 10/3 THHN? And what is an ET?
California has 3 designations for employees of electrical contractors: journeymen, apprentices, and electrical trainees. ETs work, go to school, etc. but are not indentured to JATC, WECA, ABC.
 

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Is that a picture of a house a green house and 3 panels? Why is there a panel floating in the middle? What are the power requirements of the greenhouse?
 

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yea guy.. what kind of equipment? timer? lighting? contactor? louvers?humdistats? irrigation system? etc.. im really interested in the new fiberglass conduit ive seen advertised in EC&M.. but my searches for pricing came up pretty dry.
 

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