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heartlandowners.org/showthread.php/67915-Wire-gauge-size-for-50-amp-outlet

Aug 24, 2017 ... I want to install a 50 amp outlet on outside of garage wall for the RV. ... So my question is, what gauge wire do I need given the length of run? ... The ground ...

www.homeownershub.com/maintenance/what-size-ground-wire-408434-.htm

I need to convert a 50A 3-prong range receptacle to a 4-prong range receptacle, so I need to run a 50' ground wire from the receptacle to the ground buss.

terrylove.com/forums/index.php?threads/another-hot-tub-wiring-question-ground-wire-size-type.72259

Oct 12, 2017 ... I am installing a used hot tub that requires a 50 amp circuit. I have run 6/3 w ground cable to the disconnect (about 30'). My question is about ...

terrylove.com/forums/index.php?threads/ground-wire-size.40316

Feb 7, 2011 ... An equipment grounding conductor is sized based on the over-current protection installed on the circuit. 15A circuit=14ga, 20A=12 ga, 30-60A= ...

www.quora.com/What-is-the-appropriate-wire-size-for-a-50-amp-circuit-breaker

For example, 6 gauge wire exibit a 1.3 ohm resistance over 1km. At 50A this is a lost of 64.8 volts. If you are carrying a 230Vac line you endup with only 100Vac ...

www.tractorbynet.com/forums/threads/6-ground-wire-spa-wiring-requirements.315448

Jun 20, 2014 ... I measured my wire length from my main electrical service panel to ... since the voltage drop is half a point less with the 50 amp load I popped in ...

www.electricallicenserenewal.com/Electrical-Continuing-Education-Courses/NEC-Content.php?sectionID=51.0

Often, the ungrounded conductors of a circuit must be increased in size in order to ... conductor of the proper size ensures an effective ground-fault current path. ... ungrounde...

weldingweb.com/vbb/threads/41584-Does-ground-AWG-size-matter

Just wiring my garage for 230 volt welder plug, using 6-50, 230V receptical and 50 ft. 6-2 WG wire and a 50 amp breaker from 200 amp panel box in the house ...

www.spaspecialist.com/electrical.html

50 Amp, GFCI protected, service 240 V 4-wire system 2-hot's, 1-neutral, 1-ground . The ground can be number 10 gauge copper. The two hots and neutral need ...

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Your conductors need to be 6awg and your ground needs to be 10awg per nec code for a 50a circuit. ... Sizing a neutral is a bit more complicated ...