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IF USING A COPPER AT 105 DEG. CELSIUS - 70 FT. ONE-WAY LENGTH: TO GET AT VOLTAGE DROP = 3.72% AT 25 AMP LOAD ---- USE #1 AWG TO GET AT VOLTAGE DROP = 2.94% AT 25 AMP LOAD ---- USE #1/0 AWG TO GET AT VOLTAGE DROP = 1.85% AT 25 AMP LOAD ---- USE #3/0 AWG

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