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I have a full Siemens 3-phase panel in a Deli where I'd like to add a circuit. There are 1-pole, 2-pole and 3-pole breakers in this panel.

The panel is fed by 120 / 208

This line used to say I could use 220V or 115V. That was wrong. I need to provide both.

I have never seen space saver breakers in commercial applications.
Is there a reason for this?

Do they make 1 or 2 pole space savers for these types of panels?
 

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I have a full Siemens 3-phase panel in a Deli where I'd like to add a circuit. There are 1-pole, 2-pole and 3-pole breakers in this panel.

The panel is fed by 120 / 208

My circuit can either be 120 or 208. The load equipment can be set to accept either.

I have never seen space saver breakers in commercial applications.
Is there a reason for this?

Do they make 1 or 2 pole space savers for these types of panels?
Depends... if it has plug-in breakers it will generally accept thins or tandems. Bolt-in typically won't.

Mark
 
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