As long as its rated for 30 amps, there is no maximum distance. The question should not be how many feet, but how many cords. For example, two 50 foot, 30 Amp extension cords should be considered to have less capacity than one 100 foot extension cord.

## How far can you run 10 gauge wire for 30 amp service?

How far can 10 gauge wire carry 30 amps? 30 amps carried over a 10 gauge wire is not meant to be run over far distances. If you plan on going over 150 feet, you should upgrade the wire size from 10 gauge to 8 gauge.

## What size wire do I need to run 150 feet?

150 Foot Run – A 120-volt circuit on a 20 amp breaker will require 6/2 AWG wire for 150 feet.

## What size wire do I need to run 75 feet?

You will need either #8 (if you use 75 degree rated cables or beter like USE or THHN/THWN) or #5 if you use 60 degree rated (NM). #6 wire.

## How many amps will 10 gauge wire carry?

Size & AMP RatingsNM, TW, & UF WIRE (Copper Conductor)SE CABLE (Copper Conductor)14 AWG - 15 AMPS8 AWG - 50 AMPS12 AWG - 20 AMPS6 AWG - 65 AMPS10 AWG - 30 AMPS4 AWG - 85 AMPS8 AWG - 40 AMPS2 AWG - 115 AMPS1 more row

## How many amps can a 10 gauge wire handle at 12 volts?

Maximum current - amps - through a 12V circuit - related to size (AWG) and length of wireAmerican Wire Gauge (#AWG)Length (feet)Maximum Current (amps)5010860106701068 more rows

## Will 10 gauge wire carry 30 amps?

“Twelve-gauge wire is good for 20 amps, 10-gauge wire is good for 30 amps, 8-gauge is good for 40 amps, and 6-gauge is good for 55 amps,” and “The circuit breaker or fuse is always sized to protect the conductor [wire].”

## Can you use 10 gauge wire with a 40 amp breaker?

No, 10 gauge wire is not meant to handle 40 amps. For 10 gauge wire, you want to stay around 30 amps, but for 40 amps you will want to use 8 gauge wire. Furthermore, 12 gauge wire is good for 20 amps, and 6 gauge wire is good for 55 amps.

## How many amps can a 12 2 wire handle?

Intentionally overload one 12-2 cable If you look in the code book, 12 AWG wire is legal to 30 amps if you can run it at 90 degrees C.

## Can 6-gauge wire handle 60 amps?

While its common to use a 6-gauge wire for 60-amp breakers in practice, its best to use a 4-gauge wire if youre installing a 60-amp subpanel. 60-amp breaker panels controlling several circuits can draw a max of 60 amps before the subpanel breaker trips.