They come cheap around here, especially the new contractor packs... but now I know why.are seimens that chaep out east? around here theyve almost doubled in the last few years.
Or you can just stop buying that garbage and use Square D instead. :whistling2:
I may be wrong but I don't think so.Because the code says it's a sin. double tapping neutrals is a no-no. also look at this panel, it's a 30/30, which means it has a potential of 60 120volt circuits. there aren't nearly enough screws!
edit: thats a 40 circuit, but the 30/30 is the same
I may be wrong but I don't think so.
My understanding is that "30/30" indicates that the panel is listed as 30 spaces/30 circuits with no tandems or twins allowed, that panel is only listed for 30 circuits total and any tandems installed would be a violation. For it to be listed for more it would read "30/40", "30/60" or whatever combination of full and tandems. Remember that all panels today must use CTL type tandem breakers that will only fit in certain spaces as tested and approved by the manufacturer.
You learn more here than you do during an apprenticeship :laughing:I love ET! I learned a lot just now reading this thread and can't wait to get in to see what's on the warehouse shelves. I'm really not sure what model Siemans we're installing. Shame on me.
You guys rock!