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Southwire

Model 55048255

Internet #203641719

Store SKU #366808

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

$95.97 /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
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what is 14-2-2 wire used for?

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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?
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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.
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Answer one is somewhat incorrect in that you could use a 14/3 to switch separate devices. 14/2/2 is nothing more than two pairs of 14/2 with one ground wire bundled together in one jacket allowing you to pull two separate circuits at one time. For example you could wire to one bed room with one pair and split off from there with the second pair to another bed room on a completely separate circuit. Read More
Answer one is somewhat incorrect in that you could use a 14/3 to switch separate devices. 14/2/2 is nothing more than two pairs of 14/2 with one ground wire bundled together in one jacket allowing you to pull two separate circuits at one time. For example you could wire to one bed room with one pair and split off from there with the second pair to another bed room on a completely separate circuit. However at the current price of this wire it is just not cost effective in most cases. It is a lot less expensive to run to separate lines. Read Less
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14-2-2 NM is used for indoor wiring where you can save time and money on using 2 switches on a fixture, such as a ceiling fan or bath fan, where you'd like a separate switch/dimmer for the light and fan.
Since it has two sets of hot, neutrals and grounds, it's a time-saving wire.
It has separate neutral and grounds, but it is typically only used for those applications as mentioned above.
Joseph
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How much does it weigh

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This weighs 14.315 pounds.
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How are the wires identified?

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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.
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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.
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