Internet #204725137

Model # 55809199

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(By-the-Foot) 6/4 600-Volt CU Black Flexible Portable Power SOOW Cord

  • #6 AWG Portable Power Cord - Sold by the Foot (continuos)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Notice: This item has a min. order qty of 6ft and a max of 150ft
$ 4 64 /feet (limit 150 per order)
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Product Overview

  • #6 AWG Portable Power Cord - Sold by the Foot (continuos)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Notice: This item has a min. order qty of 6ft and a max of 150ft
Southwire's Viper SOOW portable rubber cord is used for wiring industrial machinery, motors and associated equipment, portable tools and equipment and temporary electrical power and lighting installations for construction sites. Also used for flex applications in harsh environments where the highest degree of oil resistance and extended service life are essential. Can be used in wet or dry locations.

Product Overview

  • #6 AWG Portable Power Cord - Sold by the Foot (continuos)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Notice: This item has a min. order qty of 6ft and a max of 150ft
Model #: 55809199
Internet #: 204725137

Southwire's Viper SOOW portable rubber cord is used for wiring industrial machinery, motors and associated equipment, portable tools and equipment and temporary electrical power and lighting installations for construction sites. Also used for flex applications in harsh environments where the highest degree of oil resistance and extended service life are essential. Can be used in wet or dry locations.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.1
Product Height (in.)
0.1
Product Length (ft.)
1
Product Width (in.)
12
Total Wire Length (ft.)
1

Details

Cable/Wire Type
SOOW
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Conductor Gauge
6
Conductor Material
Copper
Direct Burial
No
Electrical Product Type
Mutli-Use Electrical Cord
Features
Heat Resistant,Weatherproof
Flame retardant
Yes
Gauge
6
Grounded
Grounded
Jacket Color
Black
Jacketed
Yes
Max Amps
40
Number of Conductors
4
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 Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
NA

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.1
Product Height (in.)
0.1
Product Length (ft.)
1
Product Width (in.)
12
Total Wire Length (ft.)
1

Details

Cable/Wire Type
SOOW
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Conductor Gauge
6
Conductor Material
Copper
Direct Burial
No
Electrical Product Type
Mutli-Use Electrical Cord
Features
Heat Resistant,Weatherproof
Flame retardant
Yes
Gauge
6
Grounded
Grounded
Jacket Color
Black
Jacketed
Yes
Max Amps
40
Number of Conductors
4
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 Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
NA

Questions & Answers

What is the outer diameter of the finished cord?

What is the outer diameter of the finished cord?
Asked by: NateB
The non-UL/Non-CSA cable measures 0.800 inches by the data sheet. The UL/CSA approved cordage measures 1.13 inches by its data sheet. The community answer of 0.1 is incorrect and nearer to the diameter of the conductors themselves. This is 6-Ga wire with 0.060 insulation and a EPDM outer covering.
Answered by: Steven
Date published: 2019-08-30

can i use this to wire a 50A 120/240v gnerator inlet box to my home elec panel, with the two hot ...

can i use this to wire a 50A 120/240v gnerator inlet box to my home elec panel, with the two hot leads one neutral and one ground to a 2 pole 50amp breaker. i want to run 240v to my house panel
Asked by: Daniel
Yes this is what I used for my 50 amp generator inlet box.
Answered by: Dqalex
Date published: 2019-03-03

How do I know which use to buy? 8/4 or 6/4

Asked by: Zach
It depends on how many amps your using it for. 6/4 will carry more amps.
Answered by: Dqalex
Date published: 2018-04-26

Will this one work for a wiring of a pool light I'm guessing not I'm going to ask anyway

Asked by: Leo
This is much heavier and more expensive than what you would need for a lighting application. Usually lighting is on a 15 or 20 amp circuit.
Answered by: Martinezguy
Date published: 2018-05-01
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