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Version 6.10
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Branch Circuit Load Calcs
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Branch Circuit Load Calculations
     
  The Branch Circuit Load Calculations Module utilizes the NEC® 220 specifications for sizing circuits based on application criteria. With four major categories and up to six sub categories, this module encompasses all of the 220 specifications.
   
 

   
 

With simple entry of the device's nameplate information, Volts automatically and accurately converts the loads in units of Volts Amperes (VA)

Additionally, the utilized NEC® Specification and/or Table are listed in the upper left corner of the tab page for each category, along with it's computation method.

Computations from this module can be transferred into the main circuit load analysis worksheet as part of a complete distribution system.

This module works in conjunction with Volts' Panel Load Summary report.

     

It simply cannot be any easier or more accurate to obtain the correct information the first time.

 

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