Predominantly used for primary underground distribution in conduit systems suitable for use in wet or dry locations, direct burial, underground duct, and where exposed to sunlight. To be used at 46,000 volts or less and at conductor temperatures not to exceed 90°C for normal operation.
|No. of Conductors||Size (AWG or kcmil)||No. of Strands||Insulation Thickness (mils) (mm)||Size (AWG)||No. of Strands||Nom. OD (mils) (mm)||Nominal Total Weight (lbs/1000') (kgs/km)||Allowable Ampacity|
|628091||1 1||500 KCMIL 500 KCMIL||37 37||445 11.30||2174 55.23||2133 3174|
|628094||1 1||750 KCMIL 750 KCMIL||61 61||445 11.30||2363 60.04||2716 4043|
|628097||1 1||1000 KCMIL 1000 KCMIL||61 61||445 11.30||2554 64.89||3320 4941|
|628101||1 1||1250 KCMIL 1250 KCMIL||91 91||445 11.30||2698 68.55||3871 5760|
Southwire 46kV HI-DRI Primary UD TRXLP Cable meets or exceeds the following ASTM specifications:
The cable is composed of a moisture blocked reverse lay compressed stranded 1350-H16/26 aluminum phase conductor, covered by a semi-conducting cross-linked polyethylene strand shield, a tree-retardant cross-linked polyethylene primary insulation, and a semi-conducting cross-linked polyethylene insulation shield. Conductors are available with 100% insulation level. A concentric neutral of bare copper wires and a sunlight resistant, -40°C rated, insulating linear low density polyethylene jacket are applied over the insulation shield. The cable is identified by surface print on the jacket and with the lightning bolt symbol for supply cables indented in the jacket. Has red extruded stripes.