14/1 x 2500' - 14 AWG Underground Sprinkler Feeder Wire Spool, Yellow



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  • 14 Gauge - Yellow
  • 2500 ft (spool)
  • 600V solid bare copper (PVC Insulated)
  • Sequential footage marking
  • Underground feeder cable for direct burial applications
  • UL Listed UF - Underground Feeder Cable 600 Volt; UL Standard 493; RoHS
  • underground feeder; rated for in-ground and damp-area installation



14SOL BC UF 600V Yellow 2.5'R

 Part Number: 545010902
 UPC: 029892345228
 Vendor Item #: 545010902
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Electrical Category:
Wire And Cable
Electrical Subcategory:
Electrical Cable
Electrical Subtype:
Power Cable
Amperage Rating:
Irrigation Cable
Brand Name:
Southwire Company, LLC
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Insulation Material:
2500 , 45.4653 IN
Number Of Conductors:
Order Minimum:
2500.000 FT
Order Multiple:
2500.000 FT
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RoHS Compliance:
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Special Features:
Direct Burial
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1.465 L
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 PART NUMBER: 54501 DESCRIPTION: 14 AWG SOLID UF/TWU CABLE CONSTRUCTION: This cable consists of one bare copper insulated conductor. APPROVALS: UL Standard 493, CSA 22.2 No.75 APPLICATION: Underground Feeder Cable for Direct Burial Applications Construction Parameters:

Conductor 14 AWG Bare Copper

Stranding Solid Insulation Material PVC

Insulation Thickness 0.062'' Nom.

Insulated Conductor Diameter 0.188'' Nom.

Number of Conductors 1

Electrical & Electrical Properties:

Temperature Rating -20OC to 60OC Operating Voltage 600 V RMS Max. DC Resistance per Conductor @ 20OC 2.54 Ohms/1M' Nom. Insulation Colors Various Legend (Surface Ink Print) BARON WIRE



What is the difference between different wires?


There are various different types of sheathed nonmetallic coated cables for use in electrical wiring for different applications. For example, indoor electrical wiring is normally done using NM sheathed cable, which stands for Non Metallic. Outdoor applications require a different type of sheathed cable, known as UF cable, because of its ability to resist breaking down from exposure to ultra violet light and other outdoor and environmental factors. There are a number of different types of UF cable that can be used, and a number of different specifications related to the UF cable that is produced for electrical wiring purposes.

Regular UF Cable

Regular type UF cable is available in a variety of different wire thicknesses and gauges, and is also available in a number of different wiring configurations. In contrast to type NM wiring, which is generally off white in color with regards to the sheathing, type UF cable is generally gray or black with regards to the sheathing of the cable. This makes it visibly different from type NM cable and that way it is less likely to be installed incorrectly or in applications where it should not be installed.

UF B Cable for Underground Burial

For applications where the cable needs to be run underground without conduit, there is a type of UF cable that is made specifically for this purpose. Type UF B cable is made for direct burial underground without the use of conduit or other piping, and is also gray in color and is marked as type UF B cable to denote the difference between it and the regular type UF cable, which is not suitable for direct burial outside of conduit or the proper piping material. Type UF B cable is typically more expensive due to the different materials required to make the sheathing UV, moisture and temperature and corrosion resistant for underground applications.

Wire Gauge and Count

Both type UF and type UF B cables are available in different common wire sizes, also known as gauges, and common wire counts. For example, a 12-gauge wire with a hot and a neutral (black and white) wire and a ground would be considered a 12-2 UF wire cable. A three wire cable such as is used with dryers and higher amperage circuits would be a 12-3 UF cable. In each case, the ground wire is not counted as one of the wires, so there is always one more wire than is noted in the designation.

Maximum Voltages

The maximum voltage of all types of UF wire including UF and UF B are all the same. The maximum voltage set for each of these types of wiring is set at no more than 600 volts.