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Question DetailsAsked on 1/27/2020

Does a 125A outdoor sub panel with space for 40 AFCIs exist?

Hi - During bathroom remodel on 1953 single-famiily detached home, discovered we'd have to provide 3 dedicated AFCI-protected circuits for remodeled bathroom due to code changes effective January 1st (1 for bathroom circuit, 1 for new tile warmer, 1 for towel warmer). 200A main panel was full so signed change order for electrician to put in 125A Murray-compatible outdoor subpanel with space for 40 AFCIs. Showed up and discovered electrician installed a 125A Murray-compatible subpanel with space for only 20 AFCIs without telling me or bathroom remodel project manager. He now claims that no outdoor 125A subpanel with space for 40 AFCIs exists. Is that true? (We're not doing an indoor subpanel because home has only 1185 square feet and don't want to give up the requisite interior floor and working space, and in cluttered garage I'd have to give up workbench and whole garage may be demoed in future for remodel anyway.) Thanks for any 411!

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