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Near the end of this post, I suggested that it would be possible to compute the per-phase demand load by computing the ratio of Total Estimated Demand Current / Total Connected Current, then multiplying by each phase's current. Lets take a look at the built-in parameters and how they are used to compute the Connected Current in two different ways, then how to find the demand ratio for each method, and then finally, how to apply that ratio to the per-phase currents.

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In the attached image, if you based your panel sizing only on the Total Est Demand, you may resolve that a 200A panel and feeder is sufficient. However, by seeing the load per phase, you may determine that the rating may need to be at least 230A. Of course, balancing your panel will have an effect on ther per-phase loads.

## Panel Totals

### Total Connected

This is a built-in parameter.

This is the total sum of all connected loads (VA)

### Total Estimated Demand

This is a built-in parameter.

This is the sum of all loads after demand factors have been applied (VA)

### Total Connected Current

This is a built-in parameter.

In the case of a 3-phase panel, this is computed as:

Total Connected / (Line-to-Line Voltage * sqrt(3))

### Average 3-ph Connected Current

This is a Calculated Value in the schedule.

(Current Phase A + Current Phase B + Current Phase C) / 3

### Total Estimated Demand Current

This is a built-in parameter.

In the case of a 3-phase panel, this is computed internally as:

Total Estimated Demand / (Line-to-Line Voltage * sqrt(3))

## Demand Ratios

### Demand To Total Ratio

This is a Calculated Value in the schedule.

Total Estimated Demand Current / Total Connected Current

### Demand To Average Ratio

This is a Calculated Value in the schedule.

Total Estimated Demand Current / ((Current Phase A + Current Phase B + Current Phase C) / (3))

## Per Phase Demand Loads

These are computed for each phase, replacing X with A, B, and C.

### Demand phase load based on Demand To Total Ratio

These are Calculated Values in the schedule.

Current Phase X * (Total Estimated Demand Current / Total Connected Current)

### Demand phase load based on Demand To Average Ratio

These are Calculated Values in the schedule.

Current Phase X * (Total Estimated Demand Current / ((Current Phase A + Current Phase B + Current Phase C) / (3)))