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Triplex Service Drop Cable

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Summary: Triplex service cable contains three individual wires twisted around each other: two insulated conductors called the "hot" legs of the service and a bare or uninsulated wire which is the neutral wire of the service.

Description

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Triplex service cable is usually used for overhead single phase service to supply power from the utility's lines to the consumer's weatherhead. It contains three individual wires twisted around each other: two insulated conductors called the "hot" legs of the service and a bare or uninsulated wire which is the neutral wire of the service. It also features a black extruded cross-linked polyethylene insulation, which can protect the cable from temperatures as high as 90°C. The XLPE insulation also ensures this service drop wire is protected against a variety of outside forces including weather, abrasion, chemicals, cutting, and tearing. This allows for continued use of triplex wire in various harsh outdoor environments. 

Triplex service cable Wire Construction:

Conductors are concentrically stranded, compressed 1350-H19 aluminum. Insulated with either polyethylene or crosslinked

polyethylene (XLP). Neutral messengers are concentrically stranded 6201, AAC, or ACSR.

Triplex service cable Wire reference standards:

B-230 Aluminum Wire, 1350-H19 for Electrical Purposes

• B-231 Aluminum Conductors, Concentric-Lay-Stranded

• B-232 Aluminum Conductors, Concentric-Lay-Stranded,

 Coated Steel Reinforced (ACSR)

• B-399 Concentric-Lay-Stranded, 6201-T81 Aluminum Alloy Conductors

• B-901 Compressed Round Stranded Aluminum Conductors Using Single

 Input Wire

• ANSI/ICEA S-76-474

Triplex service cable Application:

Triplex service cable is usually used for overhead single phase service to supply power from the utility's lines to the consumer's weatherhead.

Triplex service cable features: 

The black extruded cross-linked polyethylene insulation can protect the cable from temperatures as high as 90°C. The XLPE insulation also ensures this service drop wire is protected against a variety of outside forces including weather, abrasion, chemicals, cutting, and tearing. This allows for continued use of triplex wire in various harsh outdoor environments.

Specifications

Triplex service cable technical parameters Notes:

Code words for XLP insulated products are formed by adding ""XLP"" to the conventional polyethylene code words above (e.g.- Pica/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.

Code Word

Phase Conductor

Bare Neutral Messenger

Weight Per 1000 ft.(lbs.)

Allowable Ampacities

 

 

 

 

 

 

Size (AWG)

Strand- ing

Insul. Thick. (mils)

Equiv. Dia. (AWG)

Size(kcmil)

Strand- ing

Rated Strength (lbs).

XLP

POLY

XLP

POLY

6201 ALLOY NEUTRAL-MESSENGER

Minex

6

1

45

6

30.58

7

1110

101

101

85

70

Hippa

6

7

45

6

30.58

7

1110

107

107

85

70

Prawn

4

1

45

4

48.69

7

1760

152

152

115

90

Barnacle

4

7

45

4

48.69

7

1760

160

160

115

90

Shrimp

2

7

45

2

77.47

7

2800

243

243

150

120

Gammarus

1/0

7

60

1/0

123.3

7

4460

390

390

205

160

Leda

1/0

19

60

1/0

123.3

7

4460

384

384

205

160

Dungenese

2/0

7

60

2/0

155.4

7

5390

483

483

235

185

Cyclops

2/0

19

60

2/0

155.4

7

5390

474

474

235

185

Flustra

3/0

19

60

3/0

195.7

7

6790

587

587

275

215

Lepas

4/0

19

60

4/0

246.9

7

8560

728

728

315

245

6201 ALLOY REDUCED NEUTRAL-MESSENGER

Artemia

4

1

45

6

30.58

7

1110

135

135

115

90

Crab

4

7

45

6

30.58

7

1110

143

143

115

90

Solaster

2

7

45

4

48.69

7

1760

216

216

150

120

Sandcrab

1/0

7

60

2

77.47

7

2800

347

347

205

160

Echinus

1/0

19

60

2

77.47

7

2800

341

341

205

160

Fulgar

3/0

19

60

1/0

123.3

7

4460

519

519

275

215

Arca

4/0

19

60

2/0

155.4

7

5390

643

643

315

245

Code Word

 

Bare

Weight

Allowable Ampacities

 

Phase Conductor

Neutral Messenger

Per 1000 ft. (lbs.)

 

 

Size (AWG or kcmil)

Strand- ing

Insul. Thick. (mils)

Size (AWG or kcmil)

Strand- ing

Rated Strength (lbs.)

XLP

POLY

XLP

POLY

AAC NEUTRAL-MESSENGER

Patella

6

7

45

6

7

563

103

103

85

70

Oyster

4

7

45

4

7

881

154

154

115

90

Clam

2

7

45

2

7

1350

233

233

150

120

Murex

1/0

7

60

1/0

7

1990

374

374

205

160

Purpura

1/0

19

60

1/0

7

1990

368

368

205

160

Nassa

2/0

7

60

2/0

7

2510

462

462

235

185

Melita

3/0

19

60

3/0

19

3310

562

562

275

215

Portunus

4/0

19

60

4/0

19

4020

696

696

315

245

Nannynose

336.4

19

80

336.4

19

6146

1118

1118

420

325

Code Word

 

Bare

Weight

Allowable Ampacities

 

Phase Conductor

Neutral Messenger

Per 1000 ft. (lbs.)

 

 

Size (AWG or kcmil)

Strand- ing

Insul. Thick. (mils)

Size (AWG or kcmil)

Strand- ing

Rated Strength (lbs.)

XLP

POLY

XLP

POLY

ACSR NEUTRAL-MESSENGER

Paludina

6

1

45

6

(6)/(1)

1190

109

109

85

70

Voluta

6

7

45

6

(6)/(1)

1190

114

114

85

70

Whelk

4

1

45

4

(6)/(1)

1860

--

164

115

90

Periwinkle

4

7

45

4

(6)/(1)

1860

172

172

115

90

Conch

2

7

45

2

(6)/(1)

2850

262

262

150

120

Neritina

1/0

7

60

1/0

(6)/(1)

4380

420

420

205

160

Cenia

1/0

19

60

1/0

(6)/(1)

4380

414

414

205

160

Runcina

2/0

7

60

2/0

(6)/(1)

5310

520

520

235

185

Triton

2/0

19

60

2/0

(6)/(1)

5310

512

512

235

185

Mursia

3/0

19

60

3/0

(6)/(1)

6620

635

635

275

215

Zuzara

4/0

19

60

4/0

(6)/(1)

8350

789

789

315

245

Limpet

336.4

19

80

336.4

(6)/(1)

8680

1167

1167

420

325

ACSR REDUCED NEUTRAL-MESSENGER

Scallop

4

1

45

6

(6)/(1)

1190

--

142

115

90

Strombus

4

7

45

6

(6)/(1)

1190

151

151

115

90

Cockle

2

7

45

4

(6)/(1)

1860

228

228

150

120

Janthina

1/0

7

60

2

(6)/(1)

2853

366

366

205

160

Ranella

1/0

19

60

2

(6)/(1)

2853

360

360

205

160

Cavolinia

2/0

7

60

1

(6)/(1)

3550

453

453

235

185

Clio

2/0

19

60

1

(6)/(1)

3550

444

444

235

185

Aega

3/0

19

60

1/0

(6)/(1)

4380

549

549

275

215

Cerapus

4/0

19

60

2/0

(6)/(1)

5310

681

681

315

245

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