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! rowspan=4 | AWG
 
! rowspan=4 | AWG
 
! rowspan=3 colspan=2 | Diameter <br/> (of solid wire)
 
! rowspan=3 colspan=2 | Diameter <br/> (of solid wire)
! rowspan=3 colspan=2 | Turns of wire, <br />without insulation <br/> (with solid wire)
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! rowspan=3 colspan=2 | Turns of wire, <br />without insulation <br/> (of solid wire)
 
! rowspan=3 colspan=2 | Area
 
! rowspan=3 colspan=2 | Area
 
! colspan=8 | Copper wire
 
! colspan=8 | Copper wire
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==Number of wires in conduit==
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==Number of conductors in conduit==
National Electrical Code Article 348-6 limits the total cross sectional area of wires to a certain percentage of the  cross sectional area of a conduit.
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National Electrical Code Article 348-6 limits the total cross sectional area of conductors to a certain percentage of the  cross sectional area of a conduit.
  
 
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For type THHN wire installed in standard EMT conduits, allowable fill works out to:
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For type THHN wire, this works out to:
  
 
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|+Maximum THHN conductors in a conduit
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|+Maximum THHN conductors entering box
 
!AWG !! {{frac|1|2}}  
 
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