control panel for one of our automated machines,All depends on standards that one must apply to..
I use MTW in all my products..
THHN is a very poor choice for control panel wiring
MTW is a much better solution due to many reasons..
Or course...You didn't specific any information about what a "new panel" is..
If this is a control panel then MTW.. If a regular "breaker panel",etc.. where conduit is used then THHN may be just fine..
Is it predominantly 24vdc and is there high power devices?control panel for one of our automated machines,
so then would i use THHN wire coming in from the breaker, and MTW for the rest in the control panel?
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