Used as secondary overhead distribution cable at voltages of 600 volts phase-to-phase or less at conductor temperatures not to exceed 75°C for polyethylene insulated conductors or 90°C for crosslinked polyethylene (XLP) insulated conductors. Due to built-in phase conductor looseness, RTS cable facilitates stringing with conventional equipment and mid-span taps. The alternating lay of RTS cable reduces its susceptibility to the "galloping effect" encountered by many parallel aerial cable installations in areas where heavy winds are common./images/product_buttons/rts_2200_button.gifReverse Twist Secondaryaluminum; overhead14Reverse Twist SecondaryReverseTwistSecondary.htmReverse Twist Secondary. Aluminum Conductors. High Density Polyethylene or Crosslinked Polyethylene Insulation.
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Reverse Twist Secondary

Reverse Twist Secondary
  • Reverse Twist Secondary.
  • Aluminum Conductors.
  • High Density Polyethylene or Crosslinked Polyethylene Insulation.

Applications

Used as secondary overhead distribution cable at voltages of 600 volts phase-to-phase or less at conductor temperatures not to exceed 75°C for polyethylene insulated conductors or 90°C for crosslinked polyethylene (XLP) insulated conductors. Due to built-in phase conductor looseness, RTS cable facilitates stringing with conventional equipment and mid-span taps. The alternating lay of RTS cable reduces its susceptibility to the "galloping effect" encountered by many parallel aerial cable installations in areas where heavy winds are common.