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Anonymous 2015-08-03 23:56:04 No.853277

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Is there a minimum distance a receptacle can be mounted from the main panel?

Panel is in the basement/garage and faces the carport. I want to install a 240V receptacle for my electric car. Would prefer to put it a foot or two below the panel because it'd make life simpler.


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Anonymous 2015-08-04 02:16:26 No.853339
>>853277
Your good there. Only thing you should remember is to keep a clearanceof about 3 feet for access to the panel. A cord and plug under won't hurt anything.

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Anonymous 2015-08-04 22:39:05 No.853808
>>853339

Thank you.

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Anonymous 2015-08-06 03:49:37 No.854587
As far as I'm aware (don't know if code has changed or if there is local code etc.) no there is no minimum just need to be wired right (I'm assuming you know how) and the wire secured withing 12 inches of the panel and receptacle and every 4 feet in between. As a bonus fact there is a requirement to have a 115v receptacle within I think it was 18 inches of the panel, but don't quote me on the distance it's been a while.

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Anonymous 2015-08-07 00:13:48 No.855012
We have mounted slater boxes directly to the side of surface mounted panels many times before. There is nothing prohibiting you from mounting a 240 receptacle a couple feet from the panel. For a professional job make sure you protect the wire. For a 240V car charger I am assuming you are running at least 10 gauge wire for a 30A charger. Half of a stick of 1/2" EMT, a couple connectors and you should be good to go, depending on your charger.

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Anonymous 2015-08-07 00:41:03 No.855023
>>855012

12 gauge for a 20 amp charger.







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