An insulated single wire cable (with about 10 bundled copper wires) that is marked 900V and is about 60 feet long will carry how many Amps? I have a sub-panel in my garage that feeds from a 60 amp breaker in the house. The wires in the buried conduit that feed the aux. panel in the garage are nontraditional and have printed on them that they have a 900v capacity. The panel was partially wired but has not been in service since it was installed. I want to know if these wires are safe for carrying the electricity to the garage. Also, I could get a smaller breaker (50 or even 40 amps would be adequate service at present) but would like to have the added capacity for adding some tools (welding equipment and table saw).
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