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To calculate the wire size, a system voltage is needed.

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For a service conductor drawing 600 amps a #1 copper grounding conductor is needed.

To convert amps into watts a voltage is needed. Watts = Amps x Volts.

300kva equals zero amps. Voltage is needed to answer this question.

2 amps represents the maximum current capacity of the adapter. It is capable of carrying any current from near zero up to 2 amps.

To answer this question a voltage is needed. I = W/E. Amps = Watts/Voltage.

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For a service conductor drawing 600 amps a #1 copper grounding conductor is needed.

The current carrying capacity of 50sqmm copper wire is 140 amps.

To convert amps into watts a voltage is needed. Watts = Amps x Volts.

Sizing of ground conductors is based on the load capacity in amps of the generator. There is a table in the electrical code book which states an amperage and what size ground wire that is needed for that amperage.

300kva equals zero amps. Voltage is needed to answer this question.

2 amps represents the maximum current capacity of the adapter. It is capable of carrying any current from near zero up to 2 amps.

The Full Load Amps, FLA is a rating for each winding of the motor. In this case the motor actually needs 4 amps running through it. As current needs to go somewhere (perferably not to ground) the 4 amps will circulate on you 2 Hots, the neutral isn't needed. 4A in, 4A out.

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