The panel allows you to have THREE independent circuits, so that you can selectively pick what you want powered up.
It also gives you breakers that are sized more for the wiring loads that you'll have on each independent circuit. The double ganged breakers are 30 amp breakers, cause that is what the normal shorepower feed is. The lower three independent breakers are usually 15 amps breakers...
Originally Posted by smackdaddy
Cool. Thanks Dog.
So I understand a bit more, what does the panel provide over the layout in the original diagram (breaker only)?
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