September 18, 2012
each of the 10 circuit breakers has a max load capacity listed right on the front of the panel. While these circuit breakers can be swapped out to a larger one listed as the max capacity at each breaker location,the governing factor would be the existing wire size running to each circuit breaker. The one double pole 30 Amp circuit could be used as just that,a double pole 30 or it could be used as 2 single pole 30 circuits or anything smaller,meaning 20 or 15 amp circuits. The max circuit breaker listed under this double pole is listed a s 30 Amp. The 20 Amp double pole can be used the same way,as a double pole 20 or 2 single pole 20 Amp circuits,or 1 double pole 15 circuit or 2 single pole 15 am circuits. The max breaker listed under this breaker is 20 amp. The remaining 8 circuits are a combination of 20 and 15 amp circuit breakers all of which can be sized for a maximum rating of 20 amp. In no case should a breaker larger than 30 Amp double pole be installed in any location other than circuit A-B. This goes the same for circuits C,D,E,F,G,H ,I,and J,in no case should a breaker larger than 20 amp be installed.
So to answer your question,this panel would work adequately as long as the normal operating load did not run consistently over 7500 watts. The running meters on the front of the panel will provide a visual guide to the operating load on each leg of the 220 volt circuit. The load should be readjusted by moving circuits to balance the load shown on each leg so they run about the same.
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