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Old 07-21-2016, 02:57 AM   #29
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As far as that goes Hit_the_Rhod gave you the answer for the Eaton box, it is rated for a 50 Amp feed but has all three outlets. That translates to you can plug in anything you want to but the total power supplied to the box will be limited to the 240 VAC 50 Amp feed.
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Bottom line is: did the contractor who wired the park pull 4 wires out to the pedestal to supply the 50A circuit, another 3 wires to supply the 30A circuit, and another 3 wires to supply the 15/20A circuit? That's a lot of wires to supply one pedestal...
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Bottom line is: did the contractor who wired the park pull 4 wires out to the pedestal to supply the 50A circuit, another 3 wires to supply the 30A circuit, and another 3 wires to supply the 15/20A circuit? That's a lot of wires to supply one pedestal...
Probably just pulled 4 wires capable of carrying 100 amps, from a 100 amp breaker.

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