#### Billybob16

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I just installed 4 EG4 6000xp and want to hookup a diesel generator that was converted to single phase. It's rated at 37.5kva 120/208 60HZ on the name plate. It's my understanding that the conversion uses 2 of the 3 phase windings with the neutral at the center and that a rule of thumb is It's new KVA is aproximarly 2/3 that of original. Which makes it about 25KVA or appropriately 25KW, 25,000 watts.

I plan to feed it in to a panel and install 4 double pole breakers to feed the 4 6000xp inverters. If I calculate 25,000 watts at 240V I get 104 amps/4 gives me 4 - 25 amp double pole breakers. Is that right? Or is that 25 amps per leg and I should use more like 45 or 50 amp breakers?

Is anyone familiar with this?

I plan to feed it in to a panel and install 4 double pole breakers to feed the 4 6000xp inverters. If I calculate 25,000 watts at 240V I get 104 amps/4 gives me 4 - 25 amp double pole breakers. Is that right? Or is that 25 amps per leg and I should use more like 45 or 50 amp breakers?

Is anyone familiar with this?