A: No, this is a ground lug
A: Grounding Lugs are not one size fits all. You need to check your load center for the specifications / model numbers that will fit your load center.
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A: Up to the AWG rating of 2/0
A: 50 amp
A: This lug is not designed for current carrying conductors unless you consider the neutral or grounded conductor essentially shall be equal to or greater than the smallest line conductor (able to carry the equal current). Due to its design the surface area does not allow for calculations in that regard. It is an "add-on" to existing grnd/neutral bars. Being a licensed electrician and having been in the trade for several decades I have to say that this is one part the general public should not have access to due to fire hazards and changing of UL listings as soon as something like this is added to a panel. Please have a licensed electrician install this lug if you have any questions. Fires get started quickly when the return path is interrupted. Normally speaking if there is not a place for a larger conductor in the panel it really should not be there. Load balancing or the lack thereof is also a good heat generator.
A: 100 amp