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250 ft. Self Regulating Heating Cable, Wet or Dry, Max. Circuit Length 350 ft., Voltage 240
- Item # 13R087
- Mfr. Model # 13R087
- UNSPSC # 26121601
- Catalog Page # 4253
- Shipping Weight 23.45 lbs.
- Item Self Regulating Heating Cable
- Mounting Location Wet or Dry
- Cable Length 250 ft.
- Max. Circuit Length 350 ft.
- Voltage 240
- Watts per Foot @ 40F 6
- Amps per Foot @ 40F 0.025
- Watts per Cable @ 40F 1500
- Amps per Cable @ 40F 6.3
- Watts On Metal 1250
- Watts On Plastic 1250
- Number of Conductors 3
- Plug Type GFCI
- Features Keep Water Pipes From Freezing, Prevent Freeze-up Problems On Freezer Doors, Drain Pans, Drain Lines
- For Use With Roofs, Gutters, Downspouts, Roof Drains, Marine, Lighter Plastic or Metal Pipes Up to 8" Dia.
- Standards UL515,UL1588,IEEE515.IEEE515.1 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 130-03
- Includes Cable Only
Compliance and Restrictions
Item # 4E517RAYCHEM
Price $2,095.00 / each
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From the 240V supply would be a first tee one line going left and one right the line to the right would tee again and feed two down spouts with a tee at each. Is that an acceptable configuration?
The cable can have multiple tees and/or branches so long as the circuit does not exceed 350 total feet.
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