Available in multiple ratings, our THHN Copper Wire & Cable is primarily used in conduit, cable trays, feeders, and branch circuits. Learn more.
Whether the location is wet or dry, the heat, moisture, and oil resistant PVC jacketing will help make installations more efficent. Learn more.
Available in stranded or solid conductors. Learn more.
For residential grounding. Learn more.
Available in 2 to 14 gauge. Learn more.
Available in mulitple lengths. Learn more.
Quickly secure cable to rope using MAXIS Grips Pulling Heads. Learn more.
Durable non-metallic PVC conduit for wiring protection. Learn more.
Straight and 90º Non-metallic Liquidtight Fittings in a range of sizes. Learn more.
Move your plans and materials right to the work area of your jobsite. Learn more.
2,000 watt outdoor in-wall photocell light control. Learn more.
In-wall digital, mechanical, and programmable timers. Learn more.
A: No, it’s a single cable. Don’t you need 2 hots, a neutral and a ground?
A: Yes this is rated to 90 amps a 60c way over 2000 watts
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A: According to the 2017 National Electric Code, THHN with an insulation rating of 90c is capable of supplying up to 130 amps. Now do the math. Volts x Amps = Watts
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A: I am not an electrician. However, I am running a 1500 watt inverter in my camping/overlanding setup. I am using #4 AWG stranded copper wire. I have been told using welding wire (same gauge or larger) is also good. Any welding supply shop or online.
A: You would only need a #6 wire for 50 Amp. Service. I hope you plan on running your wire through conduit.
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