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Copper Quadruplex Service Drop Cable

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Application
Used to supply power, usually from a pole-mounted transformer, to the user's service head where connection to the service entrance cable is made. Also suitable for installations for street lighting, security lights, and temporary service for construction. To be used at voltages of 600 volts phase-to-phase or less and at conductor temperatures not to exceed 75 ºC for polyethylene insulated conductors and 90 ºC for crosslinked polyethylene (XLP) insulated conductors.

Specifications
Meets or exceeds the following ASTM specifications:
  • B-1 Hard-Drawn Copper Wire.
  • B-3 Soft or Annealed Copper Wire.
  • B-8 Concentric-Lay-Stranded Copper Conductors, Hard, Medium-Hard, or Soft.
Meets or exceeds all applicable requirements of ANSI/ICEA S-76-474 for polyethylene and crosslinked polyethylene insulated conductors.

Construction
Conductors are concentrically stranded compressed soft copper insulated with either crosslinked polyethylene, or conventional polyethylene.
Neutral messengers are either solid or concentrically stranded bare hard-drawn copper.

Notes:
  • Code words for XLP insulated products are formed by adding ""XLP"" to the conventional polyethylene code words above (e.g.- Atlanta/XLP).
  • Ampacity figures for black insulation only. Based on conductor temperature of 75 ºC for polyethylene insulated conductors, 90 ºC for XLP insulated conductors, ambient temperature of 40 ºC 2 ft./sec. wind in sun.





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Phase
Conductor
Size
AWG

Phase
Conductor
Stranding

Phase
Conductor
Cover
Thickness
(mils)

Neutral
Messenger
Size
AWG

Neutral
Messenger
Stranding

Neutral
Messenger
Rated
Strength
(lbs.)

Nominal
Lay
Length
(inches)

Weight
per MFT
XLP

Weight
per MFT
Poly

Allowable
Ampacities
XLP

Allowable
Ampacities
Poly

Atlanta 6 7 45 6 1 1280 20.58 359 344 95 75
Tallahassee 6 7 45 6 7 1228 20.58 361 346 95 75
Richmond 4 7 45 4 1 1970 20.58 560 542 125 100
BatonRouge 4 7 45 4 7 1938 20.58 563 545 125 100
Jackson 2 7 45 2 1 3003 25.42 879 856 170 135
Seattle 2 7 45 2 7 3050 25.42 883 860 170 135
Nashville 1/0 19 60 1/0 7 4752 25.42 1405 1368 230 180
Lincoln 2/0 19 60 2/0 7 5926 29.97 1761 1720 265 205
Raleigh 3/0 19 60 3/0 7 7366 35.18 2209 2163 305 235
Denver 4/0 19 60 4/0 7 9154 35.18 2773 2721 350 270
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