Square-D, Eaton/Siemens and Milbank all have them. Depends if your utility wants Ring or Ringless meters, Bypass sockets, or other setups to match the meters they use.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Siemens-400 ... 04L1400RLM
Id like to hear more about this - ive been looking for a non insanely priced load center over 200 amps for when i move, as i have a big phase perfect digital inverter to feed, with hopes of a vertical machining center in the future. Unfortunately, the best ive managed to find from Square D is a 225 amp panel. Ive found an Eaton panel rated at 400 smp single phase, with 42 circuit, with a large price swing at different places, and im not impressed with eatons quality, to be frank. Makes me wonder why one place was cheaper than a typical 200 amp panel, the othe was mid 4 figures..BruceBergman wrote: Well then! Check with the local Authorities and see what you can do before starting - there's the "California 400" panel (350A Continuous rated) if they allow it.
Those tics are a pain in the ass. They need to be holes, and the next version of this needs to have them cut out. But its pulling more detail than needed, when I look close, you can see the printing from the factory gauge face.BruceBergman wrote: Doesn't look like it's getting the fine detail off the graduation ticks - a little more heat and hit the vacuum faster.