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Model 138-1402AR

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25 ft. 14/2 UF-B Cable

$13.00 /each

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This 25 ft. 14/2 Underground Feeder Cable can be directly buried in the ground and installed as non-metallic sheathed cable. The insulated jacket is made of sunlight-resistant PVC. UL Listed.

  • For use as feeder or branch circuit cable where provided with over-current protection of the rated ampacity
  • Suitable for direct burial in the ground
  • May be installed as non-metallic sheathed cable as specified in NEC section 340.10
  • 25 ft. L
  • PVC jacket is sunlight resistant and insulated to 90˚C
  • Note: product may vary by store
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is this what I want for burying a second line telephone line from the house to the garage?

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25 ft. 14/2 Underground Feeder Cable
if not what do I need?
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No, this is power cable, like for connecting one outlet to another. You need phone cable, which has a few more, much thinner, wires inside. That's the limit of my knowledge on phone cable.
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No, you would want to use an ethernet cable if you want to run a telephone line. You could use CAT3 if the line will only be for telephone. However, for future expansion, or VoIP, I would recommend running CAT5e at minimum. Running in conduit is recommend when going through your yard as to avoid the potential for cutting the line when doing yardwork.
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Correct wire type and size?

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I want to run power to an out building from my garage (to power two 6' fluorescent light fixtures). Its a 20' span and I want to run it underground about one foot deep. Do I need conduit at any point in the run, ie. like at entrance/exit? Should I buy a longer amount and just run it above ground direct to the lights or get regular Romex 14/2 cable for the above ground part inside the outbuilding?

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25 feet of cable to run a 20 foot span is probably not enough, especially if you are going to try to run it up the outside of your garage. Find out if you can buy the cable by-the-foot.
Although conduit is probably not required for the underground run, I would run the cable though flexible liquidtight conduit. You would definitely need conduit to protect the cable on the outside of the garage, so that Read More
25 feet of cable to run a 20 foot span is probably not enough, especially if you are going to try to run it up the outside of your garage. Find out if you can buy the cable by-the-foot.
Although conduit is probably not required for the underground run, I would run the cable though flexible liquidtight conduit. You would definitely need conduit to protect the cable on the outside of the garage, so that it doesn't get gnawed on by animals or damaged by a string trimmer. Read Less
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UF is a direct burial wire that is able to be exposed to the weather. Therefore you would not need an conduit at the entrance/exit point(s). You can run the UF wire the entire way to power your lights, rather than switching to NM wire.
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Can I splice a male and female end plug to this type of wire?

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Looking to run power to my outdoor pergola and have a small hole that runs into my basement where a hot tub used to be hooked up to. The hole is too small for a pre existing outdoor extension chord. Was thinking I could run this into the house and splice on a male plug and then outside of the house I could splice a female end to make an extension chord.
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Thank you for your inquiry in our 25 ft. 14/2 UF-B Cable. This product is not intended for that application. We recommend you use SJOOW or SOOW wire for a tempory application like this. You will need to determine how many amps you need and then choose the correct wire gauge to provide sufficient power to your pergola. If you are needing a permanent power supply, you will need to contact a licensed Read More
Thank you for your inquiry in our 25 ft. 14/2 UF-B Cable. This product is not intended for that application. We recommend you use SJOOW or SOOW wire for a tempory application like this. You will need to determine how many amps you need and then choose the correct wire gauge to provide sufficient power to your pergola. If you are needing a permanent power supply, you will need to contact a licensed electrician. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Found in store. 2 conductor plus ground. I want to note that although the website says "online only," I found a box of prepackaged 25 foot rolls at my local store with the same part number. I was actually just fishing for other "in-store only" items before placing an order, and there they were, saving me some trouble. It was also cheaper than I could find online. It's 14 gauge cable. It works, and the price is right. Not sure how else to review cable. August 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I needed After shopping "closer" home centers, Home Depot had what I needed at the right price. May 15, 2012
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