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I am installing a thomas and betts meter/switch/splitter and would like to know what size breaker to use? The unit is a c02ms-2446 and from the splitter I am going to a 150 amp panel in the house and a 100 amp panel in the shop.

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The total panel ampacity should be rated first by your load, then by the main breaker. if you are feeding it out of another box, it will probably be a double 100amp. In that case you will probably use 100amp SER cable.

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