But if you are net metering, doesn’t your utility have to replace the kWh meter 
anyway?

Here and in NY, it is common practice for an installer to pull a meter where a 
supply side connection is to be made.

 

From: RE-wrenches [mailto:re-wrenches-boun...@lists.re-wrenches.org] On Behalf 
Of Dana
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2018 6:55 PM
To: 'RE-wrenches' <re-wrenches@lists.re-wrenches.org>
Subject: Re: [RE-wrenches] B3 Bypass breaker

 

Per my Master AC electrician, you do not have to arrange for a meter pull with 
the utility. That to me is one less piece of brain damage to deal with.

I have not checked out the cost of a back fed breaker VS this item.

 

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From: RE-wrenches [mailto:re-wrenches-boun...@lists.re-wrenches.org] On Behalf 
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Subject: Re: [RE-wrenches] B3 Bypass breaker

 

How is this different/better/less expensive than just doing a supply side tap 
using insulated connectors (NSI's)?

 

>From what I can tell, it only works on panels that are fed with wire 
>conductors from the meter not hard bussing, so why not just tap it?

 

 

 

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 7:20 AM, Sam Haraldson <s...@onsiteenergyinc.com 
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On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 8:00 AM, Dana <d...@solarwork.com 
<mailto:d...@solarwork.com> > wrote:

Has anyone used the B3 buss-bar bypass breaker setup yet?  
<http://www.qfe002.com> www.qfe002.com

 

At SPI this year I spoke with one of their reps briefly and they indicated that 
after many years of trying to get the product ready it was finally going to be 
in production.  I have researched it no further than that however.  

 

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