If you want a 100 A sub-panel, you need a two-pole 100A breaker.If the breaker is labeled for use with 75 deg C wire, you can use 4 AWG or 90 Deg C copper wire in conduit.
Can you run a sub panel off a main panel?If the wire size is correct and the installation is right, there is no code issue with running a 100A subpanel off a main panel.Four wire service is required for a subpanel.
It’s common to wire 60-amp breakers with 6-gauge, 3-conductor wire because an appliance that needs a 60amp breaker rarely draws the full 60 Amp.It’s best to connect the 60-amp subpanel to the main panel with 4-gauge wire.
The conductors must be run in conduit, either metallic or non-metallic.If it’s sheathed and has four conductors, you could probably use SER.
The NM, TW, and UF WIRE have sizes ranging from 14 AWG to 65AWG.
Two hot wires are connected to a double-pole breaker in the main panel.It requires a neutral wire and a ground wire.A three-wire cable with ground is used for this run.All of the power will come from the two hot wires.
You need to use Schedule 80 for 3 wire or 4 wire.The ground and neutral are tied together at the factory with a large copper wire and need to be isolated many times.You should bury this minimum of 18 inches.
Measure the length and width of the room to find the square footage.To find the total square footage, add up all of the rooms.To complete the calculation, divide the total square footage by 3.
You need 125amp wire if you have a 125 Amp breaker.There is a table here.No one has made a 90 breaker yet, so you need to use the 75 column.Since this is a single phase dwelling service, you can use #2 AWG copper or 1/0 aluminum.
When connecting the master and secondary panels, use a 2-gauge non-metallic sheathed electrical cable.The cable should have one or two hot wires, one neutral wire, and one ground wire.The size of the wire should be 2gauge.
There is enough power for an electrical heating system, electrical appliances, and general lighting and receptacle circuits.400amp services are used in large homes with extensive electric heating and electrical appliances.
A bare copper ground wire is usually included in a three-wire cable.A 100-amp subpanel requires a wire gauge of at least 4 copper wires.
No.It is 100 Amps.The two breakers that are tied together are 50 Amps.In answer to your question, Chris stated that the 2 pole 100 Amp CB can provide either 100 or 200 Amps.