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    What type of switch is required for an incoming service of 3000-4000A?

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    Quote Originally Posted by epenland View Post
    What type of switch is required for an incoming service of 3000-4000A?
    The answer would definitely be bolted pressure switch as its one of the few switches that can handle a high ampacity and be built to withstand a 200kAIC fault current. Found on another testguy form

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    Quote Originally Posted by epenland View Post
    What type of switch is required for an incoming service of 3000-4000A?
    bolted pressure

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