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Sorry, I lost my Internet, I guess I'm back. I have a 220'

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Sorry, I lost my Internet, I guess I'm back. I have a 220' run into a 100 amp breaker panel. I plan to use #2 copper for both hots and a #4 copper for the neutral. All will be run through PVC conduit and underground. Am I heading the right way? Thanks.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  ProGrade replied 1 year ago.
Generally, yes. The #2 at that distance is good for 90 Amps. If your load does not exceed this, you are good. Should be on a 90 Amp Breaker.

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