Electrical Overview | How to Upgrade Electrical for Home Cryptocurrency Mining

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Electrical Overview | How to Upgrade Electrical for Home Cryptocurrency Mining
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  1. Very Informational! Thank you! Unfortunately I live in an apartment and only have 2x 15Amps that i can run 2x rigs from opposite rooms πŸ™ But, its a start!!
    Wonder if I'd be able to add an extra 20 or 30Amp to the breaker.

  2. So here in the UK (England specifically) My 120 years old tiny house has a 100amp fused input into the house breaker at 240v 50hz… 24kw?

    What is the basic US input?

  3. You know that you can put solar panels on the shed roof and use string inverters and a line conditioner to generate probably 800-1,400W for 6-10 hours a day? They would pay for themselves in a couple of months and make yourself sustainable. To be clear you can add them as plug-in ones (less efficient) or directly put them into the breaker in the shed. I would highly recommend it.

  4. Great video. Really gives those of us with huge aspirations an understanding of what it takes to properly plan and execute such a project. I bet that trench was a PITA, even with your son helping! One small observation in the shed I saw. Isn't it against code to block a breaker panel or is that a commercial only rule?

  5. Thank you brother, great video !

    I can imagine the hard work you had to put into this project.

    Blessings,

    Sam 🎡✌🏻

  6. Good video and pretty setup. There is a concern with the shed though. You really shouldn't have the powerbox blocked by the racks. Code is technically 3 feet of egress typically, but at least having access to the door in a hurry is huge.

  7. Greetings from Brazil again, my friend! Awesome job with this video. I was exactly looking for this EMPORIA VUE kind of tool. Thanks for the advise and keep making excellent videos, bro.

  8. Watching this video really motivated me. Knowing people have the same problems πŸ˜‚ I just moved my rigs into the garage, according to you I’m in step 2.

  9. You should make an Odysee account and link your youtube channel to it. It will automatically upload your videos to their platform also so people can watch you there.

  10. The most important subject, thank you for sharing your knowledge I’ve been studying this one quite a bit I upgraded from 6 graphics cards to 13 and now my circuits kept tripping so I’m currently running a extension cord from the kitchen to split the load πŸ˜‡πŸš€πŸ˜‡

  11. epic video!thank you so much.i am before step 2 πŸ˜€ i have 6 3070, 3 1080 and 3 5600xt and the heat was nice in winter but in the summer i want another solution. so thx a lot again!

  12. Thx for the video in detail about the little things that u did. I'm in the homework side of getting into a new main panel and 240v. Once again thanks for the info on your videos.

  13. I have 3 questions that I have not been able to find answers to. First; What is the MAX number of miners that I can have on 1 mining account? Second; Is there any REAL benefit to owning a mining pool over just mining in someone else's mining pool? And lastly; Which mining sties can I deposit and withdraw for a Canadian Bank Account?

  14. Very informative, thank you! You might want to check the National Electrical Code. It usually required around 3 feet free of space in front of the electrical panel (the one in your shed).

  15. also, i saw your metering method. cool device. but using 1 clip on the 240 volt 30 amp breaker is not accurate. clamping to only 1 leg of the 240 volt will only read that one leg. what if on the trip light bar thing your using 1-240 plug and 3-120 volt plugs? the 240 volt with only be reading on 1 leg which is fine because they should be pulling the same power. but the 120 volt plugs are on different legs on the 240 volt. what happens if by chance all 3 of the 120 volt happen to be plugged into the opposite leg of the 24 volt that the meter isn't on? so you would be reading the 1 leg of the 240 volt and the other leg will not only be pulling al 3 of the 120 volt plugs on it, there wouldnt be a clamp on that meter to read it.

  16. Note. *80% load is great for the longevity of the panel. keep in mind to balance your load as it will help with the watt reading at the service meter and keep your electrical cost at a minimum.
    there are 200 amp CT amp/watt meters you can get off amazon that can be installed in your panel to monitor this.

  17. Emporia vue is great, I'm running 8 clamps and I use it to track exactly how much wattage I'm using each month for taxes. I have all of mine run on 120v/20a circuits running 3.3kw/hr. I can quickly check on my rigs to see if any of them are down, but also I can see how my power load is spread and adjust as necessary. Huge upgrade.

  18. I'm about to add another 200 amp panel and a standalone meter to my basement mine. I had just 30amps available on my original panel and I'm able to run about 50 gpu's. I need more power!

  19. Might not have the same number of GPU's (just got a single 3070 mining) but love being in the UK with 240v with 60 to 100amps total load don't need to worry too much about overloading a circuit πŸ˜€

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