Thats for normal outlets and lights.
For 220 applications, call in an electrician.
[This message has been edited by BobF (edited August 12, 2002).]
14 gauge is only good up to 15amps. 12 gauge is good up to 20amps. That's of course w/o the derating calculations for long runs and conduits.
Check the electrical forum for a better answer.
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