Question about General Electric GE ELECTRICAL TQD22200X2 "Q LINE" MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKERS 240V
You could use 6/3 with ground. You must take an equipment ground conductor along with your current carrying conductors. Still drive a ground rod at the building, and add a seperate ground bar in the sub panel. Connect your equipment grounding conductor from main building along with the equipment grouding conductor to the ground rod. Do not bond the neutral in the sub panel to ground. Be aware you will still have some voltage drop, so a 220V air conditioner might be better.
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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