# What size wire for a 150 foot run

## What size wire do I need to run 100 amps 150 feet?

What is the right wire size for 100 Amp service 150 feet distance? You should get

**2/0 AWG Copper wire**or 4/0 AWG Aluminum wire for single-phase circuits. And, 1/0 AWG Copper wire or 3/0 AWG Aluminum wire if you have three-phase circuits. For these wires, the average voltage drop should be 3%.## What size wire do I need to run a hundred feet?

14 AWG

Sizing the wires, or conductors, for an underground cable is no different than sizing for other household circuits and is typically based on the total load, or electrical demand, of the devices on the circuit.

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For 240-volt circuits:

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For 240-volt circuits:

14 AWG |
100 feet |
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10 AWG | 128 feet |

8 AWG | 152 feet |

6 AWG | 188 feet |

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## What size wire do I need for a 200 foot run?

**8 gauge wire**to 30 amp circuit.

## How far can you run 10 gauge wire on a 30 amp breaker?

150 feet

How far can you run 10 gauge wire for 30 amps? 10-gauge wire is usually used for short 30 amp runs. If you plan on going

**over 150 feet**, 8-gauge wire or thicker will be needed.## How many amps is #4 wire good for?

Wire Size and Amp Ratings

Wire Size | 60°C (140°F) | |
---|---|---|

AWG | (mm²) | Copper |

4 | (21.2) |
70 |

3 | (26.7) | 85 |

2 | (33.6) | 95 |

## How far can I run 12 2 underground wire?

The total circuit would be

**about 60 -70 feet in length**. It would only be supplying about 5 outlets and one light. It would be a light load, running small things, no heaters or med/large equipment. #12 provides reasonable performance up to about 100′ with general loads like you describe.## What gauge wire do I need for 220 volts?

A 30 Amp circuit is needed for most 220V tools. You will need to run a

**10-2**to the outlet. 10-2 copper wire is usually good for up to 40 Amps on start loads and 35 Amps on constant load.## How far can you run 12 2 wire on a 15 amp breaker?

After these distances, the circuit will go over the recommended 3% voltage drop. You can run a 12 gauge wire up to

**70 feet**on a 15 amp circuit. That number drops to 50 feet if you run 12 gauge wire on a 20 amp circuit.## Will a 12 2 wire carry 30 amps?

No. 12 gauge wire is rated for a maximum of 20 amps. You need a

**minimum of 10AWG wire for 30 amps**.## How far can you run 12 2 wire on a 20 amp breaker?

Originally Answered: How far can you run 12 gauge wire on a 20 amp circuit?

**About 400 feet**. After that voltage drop is a factor and the gauge will have to be increased or the voltage increased.## What size wire do I need to run 300 feet?

for 300 feet for 100 amp rated service I would use

**Aluminum direct burial 1/0-1/0-1/0-1/0**, the forth can be as low as #4 for the ground (but also in conduit, even if in conduit must still be rated underground wire and required by code also) Also note the size wire the breaker can handle, cannot cut strands to make fit, …## What wire is needed for 220v 50 amp?

As you can see from the graph,

**a 6 AWG**is the safe choice if you have a 220v 50 amp that you need to power, whereas a 12 gauge wire is perfect for your 220v 20 amp needs.## How many outlets can you run on a 12 2 wire?

For general use receptacles, In commercial buildings it is limited to 180VA per duplex or single receptacle, therefore on a 12/2 Romex cable not otherwise subject to ampacity derating and protected by a 20 amp circuit breaker, that would allow a maximum of

**13 receptacles**.## How many outlets can I run on a 20 amp breaker?

ten outlets

The answer to the question how many outlets on a 20 amp circuit is

**ten outlets**. Always comply with the 80% circuit and breaker load rule, allowing a maximum load of 1.5 amps per receptacle. Remember that your circuit, wire sizes, and outlets must be compatible to avoid overheating and electrical hazards.## What is code for buried electrical wires?

Low-voltage (no more than 30 volts) wiring must be buried at least 6 inches

**deep**. Buried wiring runs that transition from underground to above ground must be protected in conduit from the required cover depth or 18 inches to its termination point above ground, or at least 8 feet above grade.