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Southwire

Model 55809243

Internet #202316211

Store SKU #117251

100 ft. 6/3 SOOW Black Flexible Cord

$303.00 /each

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The Southwire 6/3 SOOW 100 ft. Black Flexible Cord can be used for a many applications, including for industrial equipment, battery chargers, marine dockside power and mining applications. The wire resists heat, ozone, moisture and oil.

  • Designed for multiple uses, including marine and mining applications
  • Bare flexible stranded Class K copper conductors with a heat-, moisture- and oil-resistant EPDM rubber insulation
  • Flexible stranding, flame and ozone resistant
  • Cabled with wax paper fillers to promote easy removal of the jacket
  • 100 ft. flexible cord can be used indoors and outdoors
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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can this handle a 60 amp circuit on a 220v?

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upgrading air handler and electrical wiring between breaker panel
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June 15, 2016
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SOOW cannot be used in this application. 6 AWG is the correct wire size.
This advice is based upon the current edition of the National Electric Code (NEC). Free access to the latest version of the NEC is available online at www.nfpa.org/freeaccess. The NEC and local building codes regulate the types of wire and cable that can be used in specific electrical applications, as well as the manner of Read More
SOOW cannot be used in this application. 6 AWG is the correct wire size.
This advice is based upon the current edition of the National Electric Code (NEC). Free access to the latest version of the NEC is available online at www.nfpa.org/freeaccess. The NEC and local building codes regulate the types of wire and cable that can be used in specific electrical applications, as well as the manner of installation. Check your local building codes before you start any wiring and cable electrical project and be sure to obtain required permits. When your work is complete, always have it inspected for compliance with local codes to ensure that it has been safely installed. Read Less
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How many strands it has for each conductor?

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May 16, 2016
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133 strands go into making one #6 cord
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Can i use this for 50 amp survive?

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Yes - if used for a 120V circuit (2 current carrying conductors), this product is rated for 55 Amps. If your load is drawing 50 Amps, a 100' cord will have a voltage drop of 3.7% (4.4 Volts) which is above the recommended amount of 3%. You can check the voltage drop using the voltage drop calculator available at: http://www.southwire.com/support/voltage-drop-calculator.htm. The above advice is based upon Read More
Yes - if used for a 120V circuit (2 current carrying conductors), this product is rated for 55 Amps. If your load is drawing 50 Amps, a 100' cord will have a voltage drop of 3.7% (4.4 Volts) which is above the recommended amount of 3%. You can check the voltage drop using the voltage drop calculator available at: http://www.southwire.com/support/voltage-drop-calculator.htm. The above advice is based upon the current edition of the National Electric Code (NEC). Free access to the latest version of the NEC is available online at www.nfpa.org/freeaccess. The NEC and local building codes regulate the types of wire and cable that can be used in specific electrical applications, as well as the manner of installation. Check your local building codes before you start any wiring and cable electrical project and be sure to obtain required permits. When your work is complete, always have it inspected for compliance with local codes to ensure that it has been safely installed. Read Less
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does this have a ground also?

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July 3, 2014
is this 6/3 with an 8/1 ground?
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It is a 6 gauge for the 2 hot leads and neutral and a 8 ga. for the ground.
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