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Southwire 250 ft. 14-2-2 White Soild Cu NM-B Wire
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Southwire

250 ft. 14-2-2 White Soild Cu NM-B Wire

$121.00 /each

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The Southwire Romex SIMpull 250 ft. 14/2/2 NM-B Cable is meant for use in indoor locations where moisture and dampness are not present. This non-metallic sheathed cable offers a ground wire and a 600-Volt rating. UL listed.

  • For use in residential wiring as branch circuits for outlets, switches and other loads
  • Rated at 600-Volt
  • Designed for exposed and concealed applications in normally dry locations at temperatures not to exceed 194˚F (with amperage limited to that for 140˚F conductors), as specified in the NEC 1
  • Suitable for use in air voids of masonry block or tile walls where excessive moisture or dampness is not present
  • Note: product may vary by store
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what is 14-2-2 wire used for?

I was looking at 14-2 Wire and it showed 14-2-2 wire, and I was unsure as to what 14-2-2 really was. 14-2 is obviously 2 14 gauge wires with a ground, is 14-2-2 2 sets of 14-2 wire combined with a single ground?
Asked by: John
This is also valuable for 4-way switches and for dead end 3-way switches where the NEC requires a neutral in a switch box. You are running a neutral to every switch box, aren't you? It's code now.
Answered by: Sparks
Date published: 2016-07-17

How much does it weigh

Asked by: 7788
This weighs 14.315 pounds.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-03-08

How are the wires identified?

Are each of the four wires a different color? I'm trying to ensure I don't get 2 black's and 2 white's within the same sleeve. I'm running two 3 way switches powering three lights with the power entering at one of the light/junction boxes. The way I'm wiring it, I need 4 wires between each of the lights in attempts to having only one conduit line connecting switch to lights to switch. In order to make this job less confusing I need to differentiate the four different wires at each of the light/junction boxes.
Asked by: Matthias
Hello Matthias, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question. You will get 1 black, 1 white, 1 red, 1 white with a red stripe, and a bare ground wire. I hope this helps, Chris. .
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2016-08-11
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