Pollworkers must post a No Electioneering sign 100 feet away from the polling place in each direction (left, right, across the street etc.) The ideal way to run power to your barn would be to run #3 in conduit to a small 125 amp sub panel in your barn. My house has a 225amp service and already has a 220v/100a breaker that was feeding a garage subpanel (no longer used).

The shop has a 100 Amp panel and I have wire the shop for 110v/20a plugs and 220v/20a plugs.

Login to reply the answers. The minimum size conductors for a 100 amp sub-panel is 3 AWG copper or 1 AWG aluminum, unless using type TW or UF conductors which would then require 1 AWG copper or 1/0 aluminum. Then using #6 wire for the final 25 feet to the motor home satisfies the requirement to keep the #6 wire under 100 feet. Her neighbors won't talk to her and Shanks, her husband's former partner, harasses her and keeps her under surveillance. You still use the #6 wire in your coach for the final 25 or 30 feet. Source (s): Master Electrician NEC Table 310.16. Panel and breaker are Square D and I want t run a direct burial cable to the shop. If you don't want to do that, the 12 will be fine up to 100 feet or so. It would be more costly up front, but if you did ever need more power for something (like a welder) in your barn you'd have the power available. After all, the 50A service at a campground post has come a great distance, hopefully in #4 or better wire. What that means to you is can hear up to 100 feet! Worst, her husband's ghost hasn't left and he wants revenge. Then enough contractors complained and the state made the inspectors approve them. Sitting on a park bench, you see a swing that is 100 feet away and a slide that is 80 feet away. What if you could hear anything you wanted from up to 100 feet away? This info isn't complete and probably doesn't apply to many, cuz ifyour thinking this big you should already have a general understandingof codes and loads. The angle between them is 30 degrees. Most state inspectors weren't passing #2 AL to anything fed with a 100 amp breaker unless it was a dwelling. #4 (approx 65-75A each) used for 100-115 amp service Re: Extend Wifi to Outbuilding 100 feet away from my home If you have it all setup, you can try moving it to the outbuilding to see if it'll reach. Ex: If you have a 1000W light and are using a 12 amp circuit, you should use a 15amp #12 extension cord no longer than 25 feet. What is the approximate distance between the swing and the slide? Imagine, for example, that you’re standing on the side of a hill, trying to decide how far it is to the top of a low hill on the other side of the valley.