Circuit breaker panal type

I would like to upgrade an older fuse type panal to the circuit breaker panal. It is 100A service.
I find in the store there are two types of panals.
1) Type BR 125A Main lug indoor non-combination loadcentre. 2) Type BR 100A main breaker indoor combination loadcentre.
My question is what does the non-combination or combination loadcentre mean? Which one should I use?
Thanks
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Combination means that the Meter and the breaker panel are in the same enclosure. These are usually used on the outside of the building. In the non combination types, the meter can be outside and the panel can be inside or both can be together. The meter and panel are connected via metal conduit in the non combination types.
This should have been obvious if you looked at the panels out of the box.
Don't waste your time with a 125A panel, go all the way to 200A and you will have plenty of slots for whatever upgrades you want in the future. The additional cost is small, most of the cost is in the installation labor.
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Thanks for the info.
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On 23 May 2006 10:03:28 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@och.ca wrote:

Not to beat you up, but before I do any work, I would ask a customer more questions, like why?
Then I would do a current service calc on the house, add in any future upgrades/additions the client wants to add.
Then check over teh whole service enterance cables,etc.
So why, maybe you need a 200a service, or if you want to add new circuits, etc, etc...
imho,
tom @ www.www.freecreditreportadvice.com
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