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Model # 20499099

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(By-the-Foot) 4 Black Stranded CU SIMpull THHN Wire

  • #4 AWG commercial wiring - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
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  • #4 AWG commercial wiring - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Please be advised: This item has a min. order quantity of 6ft
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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Product Overview

  • #4 AWG commercial wiring - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Please be advised: This item has a min. order quantity of 6ft
Model #: 20499099
Internet #: 204632882

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.

Enter your desired electrical wire length in quantity box.

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Price
$1.14 /feet
$1.47 /feet
$1.84 /feet
$1.88 /feet
Ratings (43) (19) (22) (6)
Total Wire Length (ft.) 1 1 1 1
Stranded or Solid Stranded Stranded Stranded Stranded
Max Amps 95 Not Specified Not Specified Not Specified
Wire Cut Type Cut By-The-Foot Cut By-The-Foot Cut By-The-Foot Cut By-The-Foot
Cable/Wire Type THHN THHN THHN THHN
Number of Conductors 1 1 1 1
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
0.318
Product Width (in.)
12
Total Wire Length (ft.)
1

Details

Cable/Wire Type
THHN
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Conductor Material
Copper
Electrical Product Type
Single Conductor Electrical Wire
Features
Heat Resistant,UV Resistant,Waterproof
Gauge
4
Grounded
Non-Grounded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Jacket Color
Black
Max Amps
95
Number of Conductors
1
Returnable
180-Day
Stranded or Solid
Stranded
Wet Location Use
Dry,Wet
Wire Cut Type
Cut By-The-Foot

Warranty / Certifications

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

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
0.318
Product Width (in.)
12
Total Wire Length (ft.)
1

Details

Cable/Wire Type
THHN
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Conductor Material
Copper
Electrical Product Type
Single Conductor Electrical Wire
Features
Heat Resistant,UV Resistant,Waterproof
Gauge
4
Grounded
Non-Grounded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Jacket Color
Black
Max Amps
95
Number of Conductors
1
Returnable
180-Day
Stranded or Solid
Stranded
Wet Location Use
Dry,Wet
Wire Cut Type
Cut By-The-Foot

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

Is this wire appropriate to use to come off a 200 AMP home breaker box to run to a detached garage with a 100 AMP breaker box?

Asked by: Wannbeelectrictian
Maybe. You should probably be using #2. The "95 Amp" rating shown above is for operating the conductor at 90C. But if you are connecting to circuit breakers then the breaker terminations are going to be limited to 75C temperature rating and that will limit you to an allowable ampacity of 85 [NEC table 310.15(B)(16) ] before considering the ambient temperature correction factor [NEC table 310.15(B)(2)(a)]. After applying the ambient temperature correction factor, you will be down to about 70 Amps (unless you live in the arctic). So you could feed the #4 conductors with a 60 Amp breaker if that is enough for your garage. You should probably be running #2 Cu conductors for a 100 Amp panel.
Answered by: InquiringMinds
Date published: 2019-08-22

will this wire work from vehicle battery to a 1000 watt inverter mounted in rear of truck bed at ...

will this wire work from vehicle battery to a 1000 watt inverter mounted in rear of truck bed at about 25 feet?
Asked by: mike
I believe you need battery cable. THHN is going to be used in buildings. Please consult your local electrician. The above advice is based upon the current edition of the National Electric Code (NEC). Free access to the latest version of the NEC is available online at www.nfpa.org/freeaccess. The NEC and local building codes regulate the types of wire and cable that can be used in specific electrical applications, as well as the manner of installation. Check your local building codes before you start any wiring and cable electrical project and be sure to obtain required permits. When your work is complete, always have it inspected for compliance with local codes to ensure that it has been safely installed.
Answered by: SouthwireCustomerService
Date published: 2019-10-18

I'm installing the tankless infrared water heater ir8000. the manual says to use #4/2 wire. is this the wire that I use?

Also the machine uses 240v with a max of 75.5 Amp draw
Asked by: Chris
Use the 4 gauge 2 conductor black & white. Available at home depot. Consult your electrician.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2019-04-23

Can this be used as an amp power cable ?

Asked by: Sircamps559
I believe it would be great, but it is hard to bend to meet the bends of making it through the car body from the battery to the amp
Answered by: Tony89
Date published: 2019-07-16
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