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Southwire

Model # 20506299

Internet # 204632782

(By-the-Foot) 2/0 Black Stranded CU THHN Wire

$2.55 /feet
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Product Overview

Southwire's THHN and THWN-2 is a multi-purpose building wire used in conduit and cable trays for service, feeders and branch circuits in commercial and industrial applications. It is also used as a conductor in NM-B, UF-B, SER, SEU and MC. Southwire's THHN is rated for 600-Volt and has a heat capacity of up to 90 Degree C.

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  • Can be used in wet or dry locations
  • Made with annealed (soft) copper, compressed
  • Insulation is high heat and moisture resistant polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
  • Jacket is abrasion, moisture, gasoline and oil resistant nylon
  • UL listed, CSA certified and RoHS compliant

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
0.518 
Product Height (in.) 
0.518 
Product Length (ft.) 
1 ft 
Product Width (in.) 
12 
Wire/Cable Length (ft.) 

Details

Allowable Ampacities 
not specified 
Cable/Wire Type 
THHN 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Conductor Gauge 
2/0 
Conductor Material 
Copper 
Direct Burial 
No 
Electrical Product Type 
Single Conductor Electrical Wire 
Flame Retardant 
No 
Grounded 
No 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Jacketed 
Yes 
Number of Conductors 
Outer Color 
Black 
Packaging 
Spool 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shielded 
No 
Stranded or Solid 
Stranded 
Striped 
No 
Sunlight / UV Resistant 
Yes 
Voltage (volts) 
600 
Wet Location Use 
Yes 
Wire Cut Type 
Cut By-The-Foot 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,CSA Certified 
Manufacturer Warranty 
N/A 

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Can I use this wire in a solar generator that is 1800 watts. I need a thin pliable cable to connect the batteries.

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You really haven't provided enough information for a good answer. This isn't a thin conductor. In a typical 240 Volt residential application this conductor will support 40,000 plus watts. I suggest you contact the manufacturer of the solar generator and ask for their recommendation.
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Weight of 500 ft roll

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Approximately 230 lbs.
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Good for 200 amp service?

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I want to use this for a 200 amp service panel, and not sure about sunlight rating. 3 ft of it will be exposed to the elements. Is it o k to use?
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2/0 copper is approved for residential 200 amp service. If this is for a commercial 200 amp service you'll need to use 3/0 copper. Sunlight resistance is not an issue when using THHN in an overhead service.
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For residencial only by Nec 310.15 (b) (6) 2/0 cooper or 4/0 aluminum.
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100 AMP sub panel 120' run

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August 8, 2015
installing electricity into my garage, underground from main to sub. what is recommended wire for this run?
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Assuming your garage is detached from the house, you'll need a 4-wire feeder. For a 100 amp feeder I'd use 3 - #3s and 1 - #8 ground all in conduit. If your subpanel has over 6 spaces you should buy a 100 amp main breaker panel as a disconnect is required. Do not install the neutral bonding screw in the panel, throw it away. Purchase and install a separate ground bar. The neutrals must be isolated from Read More
Assuming your garage is detached from the house, you'll need a 4-wire feeder. For a 100 amp feeder I'd use 3 - #3s and 1 - #8 ground all in conduit. If your subpanel has over 6 spaces you should buy a 100 amp main breaker panel as a disconnect is required. Do not install the neutral bonding screw in the panel, throw it away. Purchase and install a separate ground bar. The neutrals must be isolated from ground. Terminate all neutral conductors on the neutral bus and all ground conductors on the panel ground bar. You'll need to install at least 1 - 1/2" X 8' ground rod and connect it to the subpanel ground bar with #6 copper. Read Less
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August 24, 2015
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Answer: You can use this product for that application as long as it is installed in conduit. It is not rated for direct-burial, however it is listed for wet locations. 2/0 AWG THHN/THWN-2 conductors are rated for 175 Amps at 75°C per the NEC. You could use 1 AWG THHN/THWN-2 conductors (130 Amps at 75°C) and still keep your voltage drop less than 3%.
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