Cable Selection

I recently used the cable selecter sizing tool and it came up with -240 (2 in parallel ) what does this mean please
asked 7/26/2012
nobelz662
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You have to use two 240mm2 cables (effectively 480mm2 per phase). The cables themselves will be connected in parallel (two terminations at each end).
answered 7/27/2012 Steven McFadyen 246
Steven McFadyen

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