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10-16-2012 19:58:38
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Yea I know that I didn t give all of the information. I am just trying to get an idea of the cost. The REC puts a 200 amp main breaker panel on the pole for the house. I will hook up there and use another breaker panel in the shed. 50amp is for the welder and compressor(one outlet two plugs) By the time I get some lights out there I should just wire it for 200amp and be done with it. Before somebody points out that two boxes each at 200 amps is a 200 amp over load, the REC has told me as soon as I blow their breaker, they will upgrade my service. It will be just a home shop. It has to be better than what I am doing now,I can not run a portable compressor at all.(250ft of drop cord) Thank you all for your comments and replies.

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10-20-2012 03:07:48
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 Re: Power in reply to 504, 10-16-2012 19:58:38  
If you ever drew 200 amps very long you will have trouble paying the bill.that figues out to 48,000 watts per hour.200 feet of #8 wire have run my welder for 45 years with no problem.



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10-17-2012 05:01:20
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 Re: Power in reply to 504, 10-16-2012 19:58:38  
Youre welcome, let me know if you need more specific help

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