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Model 13088002

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200 ft. 2-2-2 3E Gray Stranded AL SEU Cable

$214.00 /each

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This Southwire 200 ft. Gray 2/2/2 SEU Cable is intended for installation to convey power from the service drop to the meter base or from the meter base to your distribution panel board. UL listed. Aluminum conductors.

  • Use service entrance cable to convey power from the service drop to the meter base and from the meter base to the distribution panel board
  • For use as branch circuits as permitted by the NEC 1
  • Suitable for use in wet or dry locations at temperatures not to exceed 194˚F
  • 200 ft. L
  • Sunlight-resistant jacketing with PVC insulation
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Will 2-2-2 be alright for 100 amp sub panel, ran 150ft.

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I will only need about 40-50 actual amps
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August 24, 2015
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Answer: You can use the Voltage Drop Calculator at http://www.southwire.com/support/voltage-drop-calculator.htm to check this. Using the following inputs (single phase, aluminum conductor, installation in conduit (cable), 120 Volts, 3% max voltage drop, 150’ length, 40 Amps), a 2 AWG conductor will have a voltage drop of 2.94% - it will be OK for the installation. If you change the current requirement to Read More
Answer: You can use the Voltage Drop Calculator at http://www.southwire.com/support/voltage-drop-calculator.htm to check this. Using the following inputs (single phase, aluminum conductor, installation in conduit (cable), 120 Volts, 3% max voltage drop, 150’ length, 40 Amps), a 2 AWG conductor will have a voltage drop of 2.94% - it will be OK for the installation. If you change the current requirement to 50 Amps, the calculator result is a 1/0 AWG with a voltage drop of 2.61%. Thus you need to upsize to a 1/0 AWG or larger conductor.
Keep in mind that SEU and SER cable can only be used above ground (even if in conduit) and the bare neutral will have to be used as the equipment grounding conductor when running to a subpanel. Hiring a licensed electrician for installation of a subpanel is recommended. Read Less
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AMP RATING AT 300 FT? DIRECT BURIAL OKAY?

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January 6, 2015
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The amp rating for this product ranges from 75 to 100 based on the temp at Cel. Degrees. It is used for powering the service drop to the meter base and the meter base to the distribution panel board. The ground wire in SEU surrounds the other conductors. It is held in place with reinforcement tape and covered with a sunlight and weather resistant jacket. This wire is NOT rated for direct burial. You can Read More
The amp rating for this product ranges from 75 to 100 based on the temp at Cel. Degrees. It is used for powering the service drop to the meter base and the meter base to the distribution panel board. The ground wire in SEU surrounds the other conductors. It is held in place with reinforcement tape and covered with a sunlight and weather resistant jacket. This wire is NOT rated for direct burial. You can visit Southwire.com and select product catalog where you will find spec sheets on all products. Read Less
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changing from a 60amp panel to 200 amp panel what wire do i use?

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changing electrical panel, i have a 60 amp fuse panel, I want to put in a 200 amp breaker panel..
What wire do i need to install from the power meter to breaker box
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You could use SEU or SER. I have attached a copy of the aluminum SEU/SER spec sheet for your review.
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