when the cable is in conduit, or ganged with other wires in a place where they can't dissipate heat easily: For 120 V 15 amp 20 amp 30 amp 50 amp 100 amp 25 feet #14. From this common service we can draw 120 or 240 volts. However, if your service conductors are long enough or can be extended, you can connect your service conductors to a 100 amp breaker installed as you would any other breaker in the panel. 300 feet of 6 AWG has a resistance.12 ohms. There are two main options. The green wire goes on terminal. If the subpanel is in a different building, other rules will determine whether the subpanel needs an isolated neutral bar or its own grounding rod for the grounding bar. Keep in mind that your local electrical codes, and other factors unknown, such as, mobile home or commercial applications, may require a more stringent application. This 50-amp service has 4 wires with two 120-volt HOT feeds. For a 15-amp circuit, you can use 14-gauge wire (in most locales). IN the long run, it will be money well spent.
Always check out all RV Electric Service before plugging in the first time. A #3 copper wire with an insulation rating of 75 or 90 degrees C is rated at 100 and 110 amps consecutively. 2/0 is only rated for 185 amps. Note that you cannot run a 50A load 100 percent of the time on a 50A over-current protection device, so you would need a 65A breaker for a constant 50A load.
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I wold recommend running 2awg aluminum unless you plan to heavily load the panel in which case i would go to 1/0 aluminum. Parallel 250 MCM will give you the same usage. If this is a residential application you can run this with #4 copper conductors. If you have a 120/240v service for a home, and you have 4 wires, That is, 2 hots, a neutral and a ground. DO NOT trust anyone, yourself, friends, relatives or ANY Professional Electrician. For a 20-amp circuit, use 12-gauge wire.