Hello, I’m trying to figure out a couple things. The first, is what is the amp rating for this panel? The panel by the meter had fuses instead of breakers, and they had the number “60” on them. There was also a sub panel with breakers. Does that make this a 60 amp service? (I know, that seems obvious, but I’m just making sure)
And also, the main disconnect would be at the fuses, right? Or am I mistaking anything?
It would be the smaller of the disconnect (60 amp fuses) or rating for the size of the entry conductors.
I think it is safe to say that the amp rating of that sub panel is the least of your things to report.
Neither the disconnect size or the panel rating identify the amperage of the service. Hope that helps. I never report on service amperage. I will report on the size of the main disconnect and occasionally (though not required) the max rating of the panel if labeled.
Suggesting those vague issues is education. If someone doesn’t know how to determine amperage, it’s a good possability they know nothing about what is in that rat nest.
Perhaps people should look stuff up? Or go back and take a NACHI course on the subject. They may learn more than they are asking.