The video says that the capacity for a home is based on the lesser of the following items:
- The size of the service conductor
- The Rating of the Main Breaker
- The rating of the panel.
In other words, if the conductor is rated for 200 amp, the breaker is rated for 200 amps but the panel is rated for 150 amps then the capacity for the home is considered 150 amps? Is this correct? Shouldn’t the panel be called out for being undersized?
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