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14 AWG copper wire shall not exceed 15 A 12 AWG copper wire shall not exceed 20 A 10 AWG copper wire shall not exceed 30 A 12 AWG aluminum and copper-clad aluminum wire shall not exceed 15 A 10 AWG aluminum/copper-clad aluminum wire shall not exceed 25A
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I Maximum temperature code (H for 75 C, HH for 90 C, nothing for 60 C) I Abbreviation for sheath if present (eg, N for nylon)
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The identification codes for wires with thermoplastic insulation approved for use in conduit are given in Fig 6-2a for THHN and in Fig 6-2b for THWN
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Cables are identified by their wire gauge and the number of insulated wires they contain In addition, all cables have a grounding wire The codes printed on the jackets of
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Figure 6-2 Codes printed on the thermoplastic insulation identify the wire as suitable for use in conduit: (a) THHN; (b) THWN
the major classes of cable for lighting and power applications, service entrance (SE), nonmetallic (NM or Romex), underground feeder (UF), flexible armored (BX or AC), and metal-clad (MC) are given in Fig 6-3 The code for SE cable shown in Fig 6-3a provides the following information:
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Cable type (eg, service entrance) Insulation code Maximum voltage rating Number and gauge of hot conductors Number and gauge of ground conductors UL listing Year of manufacture
The codes on nonmetallic (NM) and underground feeder (UF) cable, as shown in Fig 6-3b and c, provide the following information:
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Wire gauge Number of conductors Presence of ground wire (W/G) Function (eg, nonmetallic sheath or underground feeder) Maximum operating temperature (H for 75 C, HH for 90 C, none for 60 C) Identification of sheath, if present (eg, N for nylon)
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Service entrance cable, type SE, as shown in Fig 6-3a, conducts power into the building from the splice with the utility s service cables Standard SE cable has two
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Figure 6-3 Codes printed on the jackets of cables identify them as: (a) service entrance (SE), (b) nonmetallic (NM), and (c) underground feeder (UF)
insulated conductors and a bare ground wire It is approved for powering 240-V AC heat pumps and electric furnaces, but it cannot be used where an insulated neutral is required Two of the insulated cables are for the 240-V AC load and a return neutral is for the 120-V AC load SE cable is available in three different styles, U, R, and USE, all rated for 600 V AC The letter X on the insulation indicates that it is crosslinked polyethylene NEC 2002, Article 338, Service-Entrance Cable: Types SE and USE, covers the use, installation, and construction specifications for SE and USE cable Service entrance cable, type SE, style U, is a flat cable approved only for above-ground use It has two insulated conductors Both are black, but one might have a red stripe for
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NONMETALLIC CABLES
phase identification The neutral is multistranded braid enclosing the two insulated conductors Conductors and braid are wrapped in glass-reinforced tape and jacketed in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe The jacket is flame-retardant, moisture-resistant, and has ultraviolet-resistant properties It is available in AWG 6 and larger U-style SE cable cannot be used to power 120/240-V AC appliances such as electric dryers and stoves, because these appliances require three insulated conductors and ground Service entrance cable, type SE, style R, is round cable that contains three insulated conductors and a grounding wire As with style USE cable, it is approved only for above-ground use The conductors are wrapped with glass-reinforced tape and enclosed in a PVC jacket It is available in AWG 6 and larger R-style SE cable is approved to feed 120/240-V AC loads such as electric clothes dryers and ranges, because it has three insulated conductors with an additional bare grounding conductor Service entrance cable, type USE, is intended for underground service or for use within conduit It contains individual conductors that can be buried or placed in a conduit The conductors are insulated with cross-linked polyethylene This cable is available in AWG 6 and larger
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