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Old 09-15-2013, 09:35 PM   #16
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Do it right and run a 1' conduit and put in a sub panel,60 amps.follow the grounding rules.

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Do it right and run a 1' conduit and put in a sub panel,60 amps.follow the grounding rules.
Depending on his needs, I think he is doing it right with just a simple UF pulled to the structure... a subpanel could be a big waste.
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Exhibit 250.46 An installation in which the isolated equipment grounding conductor is allowed to pass through the subpanel without connecting to the grounding bus to terminate at the service grounding bus.
this passage is from the nec handbook, not the nec itself. code05 is technically correct but, like, we all know what a sub-panel is.

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