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Posted on Feb 08, 2018 by Elsalvadorla in Wiring

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Wiring A Subpanel From Main Panel Within To Sub Diagram And

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A Basic Sub-Panel:

This is the Cutler-Hammer 125 Amp main lug electrical panel.

There are two basic types of panels found at home centers: Main breaker and main lug.

Main breaker panels have a large breaker that disconnects the power to the hot bus bars. A main breaker panel is connected to a service entrance cable that leads into the house from the electric meter.

A main lug panel needs an external circuit breaker somewhere in the line feeding the panel. This could be a two-pole breaker in another breaker panel, or a circuit breaker in a disconnect box outside the house.

If the bonding strap is used, the strap is inserted into one of the neutral terminal points, and the screws are tightened securely.

BUT WE CAN'T DO THIS... because we are using this panel as a subsidiary panel, or sub-panel. This panel is simply a branch of the main panel, and there is a strict rule about this neutral-and-ground connection:

The neutral and ground...

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How to Install and Wire a Sub-Panel the Right Way

Make a List of all the things you plan to use

120 volt devices
Lighting
Electrical Convenience Outlets
GFCI Protected Outlets

240 volt equipment
Motor Loads:
Hot Tubs [see the Hot Tub Page]
Well Pumps
Air Conditioners
Sub-Panel Considerations-
Correct amperage for all existing loads and future requirements.
Considerations to help determine Sub-Panel Circuit Requirements:

Important Factor: Find out if the Main Service or the Panel that will supply the Sub-Panel Circuit have adequate Load Capacity and space for the needed circuit breaker.

How big should your Sub-Panel be ? (Watts and Amperage)
This will help you consider the circuits to be served by the Sub-Panel including general purpose electrical outlets and any special equipment which will be needed.

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Sub Panel

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Sub panel usage situations....

1. You need additional circuits and you have run out of space on the main electrical panel. Although if it a space only issue and you have a breaker panel as opposed to older style fuse panels - then check to see if any of the single full slot breakers could be be substituted with a twin breaker which is a two breakers than only take up a single slot on the panel. This if possible may solve your issue without installing a sub...

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In this article, we guide you through the installation of a subpanel (or pony panel as it is sometimes referred to) in a house. The detailed step-by-step instructions and pictures will simplify this more complex project.

In this situation, the original panel was full to the point of some circuits that were added since construction having to be ‘double-lugged’ under existing breakers.

Figure 1 – Original Panel

My customer had just purchased the house, and he needed to renovate his basement in order to accommodate his collection of reptiles, spiders, amphibians and other creatures. It made for one of the most interesting conditions I’ve ever had to work under!

Figure 2 – Cuddly Snake!


Figure 3 – Original Panel Cover Removed

Planning

The first step should always be planning, as a project such as this is fairly complex. Take the time to think through the necessary steps to complete the...

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Although the drawing on the previous page only indicates one distribution sub-panel, the limitation on the quantity of sub-panels is only governed by the number of circuit breaker positions in the main distribution panel.

The sub-panel is connected to the main distribution panel through a circuit breaker in the same manner that any other 240 VAC appliance or device would be connected.

The size (amperage) of the circuit breaker in the main distribution panel must be lower than the rating of the sub-panel chosen and the wire that connects the two panels must be the proper gauge based on the circuit breaker in the main panel. As an example, if the sub-panel is rated at 60 amps, the maximum amperage of the circuit breaker in the main distribution panel would be 60 amps. If a 60 amp breaker is installed then the gauge of the wire running from the circuit breaker in the main distribution panel to the sub-panel would be 6 (copper).

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