May be used as service-entrance conductors when installed as required by NEC®
Article 230. May be used for branch circuits or feeders within a building as specified by
the NEC Section 338-10.
Type XHHW-2 conductors
Black XLP (cross-linked polyethylene), rated 90°C in wet or dry locations
Polarity ID: A red stripe on one conductor’s insulation surface
UL Standard 44 (Insulated Conductors)
UL 854 Service Entrance Cables
Federal Specification A-A-59544
NFPA70: National Electrical Code®
|Product Code Number
Explain Product Codes
|2 Conductors AWG||Concentric AWG||Approx. O.D. Inches||60°C**||75°C***||90°C****||Dwelling*****||Approx. Net. Wt. Lbs./M Ft.|
|530-3600J||6-6||6||.458 x .720||40||50||60||-||143|
|530-3600T||6-6||6||.458 x .720||40||50||60||-||143|
|530-4800J||2-2||2||.559 x .919||75||90||100||100||282|
|530-6600J||4/0-4/0||2/0||.835 x 1.419||150||180||205||205||691|
|530-6800J||4/0-4/0||4/0||.857 x 1.445||150||180||205||200||762|
*Per Table 310-16 NEC®
**For termination to equipment for circuits rated 100 amperes or less or marked for size 14 through 1 conductors.
***For termination to equipment for circuits rated over 100 amperes or marked for conductors larger than No. 1.
*****For dwelling units, conductors shall be permitted at listed ampacities for 120/240 colt, 3-wire, single-phase service conductors that supply the total load.