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CVTC Tray Cable, 10/2, 500 Ft.

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  • Item # 4DNX8
  • Mfr. Model # 770590
  • UNSPSC # 26121603
  • Catalog Page # 486
  • Shipping Weight 14.11 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemFlat CVTC Tray Cable
  • Wire Size10 AWG
  • Number of Conductors2
  • Spool Length500 ft.
  • Nominal Outside Dia.0.290" x 0.480"
  • Jacket ColorBlack
  • Wire ColorBlack, Red
  • Conductor MaterialCopper
  • Jacket MaterialXLPE/PVC
  • Max. Amps30
  • Cable TypeUL Type TC - ER
  • Max. Voltage600V
  • Temp. Range-4 Degrees to 194 Degrees F
  • FeaturesFor Use in Free Air, Tray, Raceway or Direct Burial Applications, Sunlight, Weather, Abrasion and Chemical Resistant
  • StandardsUL 44 Type XHHW-2, UL1277, UL1581, ICEA s-73-532
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Bus Drop and Tray Cable
Tray Cable
For free air, tray, raceway, or direct burial applications.
UL Type TC-ER, UL 1581, UL 1277.
CVTC, Unshielded
• Temp. range: -4° to 194°F Resists abrasion, sunlight, weather, and chemicals UL XHHW-2 copper conductors Black XLPE/PVC jacket Rated for 600V
Use in areas exposed to rough elements and conditions.
ICEA s-73-532.

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Will 500 feet cause a voltage drop?

I want to bury this cable to supply a travel trailer that takes 30 amps if I use the air conditioner. I need to run it about 150 feet.
Will my travel trailer be affected by significant voltage drop that prevents me from using my appliances or air conditioiner at that length? We only plan on living there for less than a year while a house is being built and we will have two trailers that require two separate runs. Should I direct bury them or use a conduit? If I bury them, can they lie right next to each other? If I place them in conduit can they be in the same conduit or will that cause too much heat? I live in Texas. It gets up to 110 degrees F, but the ground at 2 feet should no get hotter than 80 degrees.
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