Is this considered a sub panel?

Originally Posted By: bgentry
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Originally Posted By: Greg Fretwell
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That is a fused disconnect but you can call it a sub panel if you want since the rules are the same.


Originally Posted By: jpope
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panel Greg? C’mon. Don’t you work with Bob the Badger? icon_wink.gif



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Originally Posted By: Greg Fretwell
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Since “sub panel” is not really defined, why not?


It is an overcurrent device in a cabinet downstream of the service disconnect.


Originally Posted By: jpope
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Greg Fretwell wrote:
Since "sub panel" is not really defined, why not?


I guess that could apply to a "gazinta" or a "gazonta" as well then?


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