|Product Depth (in.)||4.719 in||Product Height (in)||4.5|
|Product Height (in.)||4.5 in||Product Width (in.)||4.5 in|
|Pack Size||1||Product Weight (lb.)||1.305 lb|
|Certifications and Listings||CSA Listed, UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||None|
A: Yes 2" is the appropriate size for a 200amp panel with 2/0 or 3/0 THHN. Under some conditions you can also use a 1.5" Rigid conduit. You can check with the AHJ and the NEC.
A: Yes it is, I use it with 4.0 AL cable.
A: Single Phase 120/240 three wire service typically utilizes a 2" rigid conduit and a 2" weatherhead like you show using were rated for 200 amps which is normally 3/0 THHN Copper. If a different size need to make sure that the 2" conduit is rated to handle the size wire you are using.
A: If the wire in question is only ½” in diameter, and the 2” SE Cap mounts onto 2” EMT or RGD conduit, then this would work.
A: Yes. Perfect size. And very hardy construction.
A: I think it would work, but where I live that is not to code and the power company will not connect to PVC. You should check with your power company before you install.
A: It has to be mounted on ridged conduit, not PVC. PVC will not support the weight of the wire without the risk of collapsing.
A: it will work on pvc but why not get the pvc model which is cheaper and would look more like they go together
A: No, use IMC or RMC.
A: It will fit but it won't meet code. From the meter box to the head, metal pipe is required. Weight of the service can pull the anchor free and PVC will simply bend/break.
A: It is removable, But I do not recall seeing any replacements anywhere in stock when purchasing them.
A: This is not usable in any form because no one knows what size wire will fit this
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A: What kind are you looking for?
A: The options i found were Metal or PVC. but if your doing a electric job my area required metal.