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Fantastic 6 Gauge Wire, Sub Panel Pictures - You’ll want a larger twine. Run the sub panel to where you want the maximum energy and a single 12/2 twine for the outlet. And the grounding rod to in which the sub panel with the floor from the rod to the sub panel. This is a different cord all together. Super video! I used to be following up on a preceding question in this thread. Is there any way that it would be allowable to install a feed to a sub panel from a major disconect at a meter panel. This panel has a 2 hundred amp breaker/ disconnect that then goes to panel in garage. Is there a way to piggyback a provider cord from the breaker to a brand new panel?.

The primary question is why are you putting in a sub panel. There are both one or reasons to do this. One because you want greater room to your current panel and in that case in case your existing panel is antique this will be a outstanding time to simply improve your current carrier. More moderen two hundred amp major panels maintain loads extra circuits/breakers. Awesome video!!! -Question, if the floor and neutral are connected within the foremost container with the aid of the bar and then you join the floor and impartial from the subpanel to the primary container, doesn’t that then additionally suggest the neutral and floor are actually linked in the sub panel? I recognise i’m lacking something. It may be overkill but i already hammered a rod in so am i able to additionally join the floor? Any safer? Thx.

The twine to the sub panel (all hooked up by an electrician) is underground. It comes up subsequent to the prevailing barn in a percent pipe which goes via the barn wall and then to the sub panel. They used an additional thick gauge cord to minimize power loss over the longer term. Btw… the actual hassle on this job goes to be snaking the cable below the kitchen ground to the present cupboard that i’m going to expand for the 27″ new unit. The cupboard has a 5″ drawer below the wall oven hollow space… there's a again and bottom to the cupboard (seems to be eighties antique)… i’ve were given full 1″ thick floorboards and lord is aware of how many layers of plywood and linoleum/asphalt tile/vinyl sheet goods i’ve got to get thru… and by hook or by crook i’ve were given to snatch a #8 romex cable. The cellar below the primary house isn't any trouble… however there’s that 20 feet or so i’ve were given to snake cable beneath a five or 6 inch clearance below the kitchen joists to get from the cellar to the oven area. I’ve were given fiberglass fish poles to snake cable, but making the turn uphill and getting interior that cupboard is going to be a nightmare. Every other concept is to apply conduit and pull thhn wires thru to make the connection (what length thhn would i need?). I haven’t done conduit bending and pulling cable in lots of years and didn’t like doing it returned then.