These standards provide information regarding current Clark Public Utilities standards. They are designed for Clark Public Utilities approved journey line worker contractors and distributors.

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Section 100 - GeneralN New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 100 b ENERAL ~ 100 Stabdards Committee Geberal Ibformatiob ~ 101 Stabdards Committee Purpose ~ 102 Stabdards Committee Operatibg Guidelibes ~ CON-FLOW Stabdards Chabge Request Form ~ Geberal Requiremebts DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of 100 SC100 1 2 JH 2/22/00 100 STANDARDS COMMITTEE GENERAL INFORMATIONSECTION 100 GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Purpose of Construction Standards The purpose of Clark Public Utilities Construction Standards is to promote safe, economical, and uniform practices in the design, construction, and maintenance of the Utilities' electrical systems. The Utilities' plant and efficiency are expected to benefit from the use of these standards. The Construction Standards have been incorporated into the Rapid Information On-line (RIO) Work Order Management System. RIO provides a common interface between Engineering, Accounting, Stores, and Construction. The RIO material lists are generated from coded inputs, various Accounting categories are credited, stores inventories are checked, and labor and material charges are accumulated. 2. Scope of Construction Standards The CPU Construction Standards provide information applicable to design and construction of the CPU transmission and distribution systems. CPU Standards are intended to cover the majority of typical installations. They do not cover every possible situation or "one of a kind" installations. The lack of a Standard should not pose a problem if good engineering judgment and construction practices are followed. 3. Electrical Codes All design and construction practices shall meet the provisions of the Washington State Electrical Construction Code and the National Electrical Safety Code in so far as they are applicable. Nothing in these Standards is intended to be interpreted so as to conflict with the regulations of the state of Washington or any other regulatory bodies having jurisdiction. 4. Use of Standards · Standards shall be adhered to on new construction. · Standards shall be compiled with on rebuilding or maintenance. When such practice is impractical, or not economically feasible, changes or additions to the standard practice will be permissible. · Each Department and each individual is expected to become familiar with those Standards pertaining to their work and to adhere to those Standards. It is not the intent of standardization to, in any way, impede progress in adopting new ideas in materials, methods, or designs. On the contrary, it is expected that standardization will stimulate the use of such ideas, and through a program of trial use, incorporate into our Standards those items which improve design and construction practices. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of 100 SC100 2 2 JH 2/22/00 100 STANDARDS COMMITTEE GENERAL INFORMATION 5. Deviation from Standards When deviations from the CPU Standards are deemed necessary, the individual responsible for the deviations must provide good reasons and make the changes only with the approval of their supervisor. The Standards Engineer shall be notified of any deviations from the Standards that are expected to be repetitive. While it is desirable that Standards be adhered to as much as possible, it is also recognized that items of material and methods of assembly andconstruction become obsolete because of price changes, improvements, and developments of new materials. New and/or better methods of performing work are constantly being derived. So that the CPU Standards can be updates to take advantage of new and improved materials and methods, employees are urged to submit suggestions for improvements. Construction Standards, Request for Change form is provided at the end of this Section 100 to make it easy to submit suggestions. The form should be duplicated, completed, and submitted to the Standards Engineer. Good reasons in support of the proposed change or new Standard should be provided when submitting the suggestion. As a courtesy to the submitter, the Standards Committee will review all suggestions and provide a response to the individual originally providing the suggestion. 6. Responsibility Responsibility for adherence to Standards rests with the individual directly in charge ofthe work. Construction Standards books are the property of CPU and are to be cared for by the person to whom assigned. Updated editions will be issued periodically. 7. Cooperation All Section and Department heads, as well as employees who use the Standards in their work, are expected to give the standards program full cooperation and assistance and to help resolve problems that arise. 8. Feedback The Constructions Standards program is flexible. Users re encouraged to use the previously mentioned Construction Standards, Request for Change form to submit suggestions for improvements. Alternative methods of submitting suggestions are to contact the Standards Engineer directly or to express your ideas to a Standards Committee representative. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of 101 SCP101 1 1 JH 2/22/00 100 STANDARDS COMMITTEE PURPOSE STANDARDS COMMITTEE PURPOSE The purpose of Standards is to provide a consistent basis for design and construction. The purpose of a Standards Committee is to provide a forum for the exchange of information between all affected departments and to provide a means of approval of utility construction and materials. It is recognized that there may be diverse opinions among experienced personnel. It is important for the smooth operation of the utility that there be a general or standard means of constructing repetitive installations. It is also important that any change to existing standards be reviewed by all affected departments to ensure that solutions for one group do not adversely impact another group. The overall efficiency and reliability of the utility should be considered before the adoption or change of any standard. The following groups should be included in a Standards Committee: 1. Operations - Responsible for the Work Practices and Installation of the Standard. 2. Engineering - Responsible for the Design to include strength, reliability, economic impact, and existing construction codes. 3. Purchasing - Responsible for costing and availability of materials. 4. Stores - Responsible for packaging and handling of materials. Stores is also the first-line contact for inspection of received material and samples of failed material. 5. Drafting - Responsible for Drawings and records of the Standards. 6. Construction Services - Responsible for communication between the utility, contractors, and customers. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of 102 SC0G102 1 1 JH 2/22/00 100 STANDARDS COMMITTEE OPERATING GUIDELINES STANDARDS COMMITTEE OPERATING GUIDELINES 1. The Committee will consider any proposed Construction Standard presented and will determine by majority vote whether to proceed with development f the Standard. 2. The Standards Engineer will develop a proposed Standard after consulting with any affected group. 3. The proposed Standard will be reviewed by all groups before final adoption. 4. Engineering will identify a job site for evaluation of the proposed Standard. 5. The Standards Engineer will work with Purchasing to obtain any new material for the Proposed Standard. 6. The proposed Standard will be constructed and evaluated by Operations. 7. The result of the above steps will be reviewed by the Standards Engineer and presented to the Committee for adoption, rejection, or modification. 8. Drafting will develop the final Standard drawing and distribute copies as needed. 9. A Standard may be proposed by any Employee using the "Construction Standards - Request for Change Form". 10. Minutes of the Committee meeting will reflect the action taken and the philosophies behind any Standard. RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION PROCESSINITIAL REQUEST CONSTRUCTION SERVICES #992-8558 ASSIGN PROJECT TO CPU REPRESENTATIVE INITIAL PLAN REVIEW SITE EVALUATION PRELIMINARY SERVICE PLAN SITE PLAN TIME LINESERVICE SIZE, VOLTAGECONTACT PERSON FIELD CHECKDETERMINE CONNECTION POINT PRELIMINARY DESIGNCONSTRUCTION SPECSEASEMENTS FEES AND CHARGES CPU SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT AND RELOCATION DESIGN CONSTRUCTION OF IMPROVEMENTS OR RELOCATION DESIGN COMPLETION CONSTRUCTION BY CUSTOMER CONTRACTOR ACCEPTANCE OF PROJECT BY CPU PROJECT ENERGIZED BY CPU IDENTIFY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS OR RELOCATIONCOMPLETE CPU DESIGN OF IMPROVEMENTS FAX OR MAIL DESIGN TO CONTRACTOR CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION AND APPROVAL BY CPU PERMITS, EASEMENTS, L&I INSPECTIONS COMPLETEMATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP COMPLY WITH CPUCOMPLIANCE WITH APPROVED DESIGN CONNECTION BY CPUTRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP TO CPU FEES/CHARGES PAID INSPECTION CPU TRENCH PH# 992-8558 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FLOW CHART CON-FLOW 1 1 100 RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION PROCESS CLARK PUBLIC UTILITIES RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 · Re ferences to developer apply to individual customers, developers or developer’s contractor. · The developer will supply labor and material to install underground primary electrical systems · The developer will supply labor and material to install underground secondary electrical systems. CPU will provide labor and material to install overhead secondary electrical systems at the developer’s expense. · All facilities shall be installed with reference to final grade. Burial depths in excess of 48 inches shall be subject to CPU approval. · Only CPU approved materials and supplies may be installed by the contractor. CPU will provide lists of the approved materials and associated vendor locations. · The contractor shall guarantee the installation for a period of one year from the date of energization against defects in workmanship. · All bolts used for electrical connections shall be Stainless Steel, Grade 5, USA manufactured and shall be applied with Belleville style washers. · All street and road crossings shall be in Schedule 40 PVC electrical conduit or CPU approved polyethylene of equal strength. · All conduit sections are to be fastened with glue designed for the conduit material which is installed. · Conduit sweeps shall be minimum 24” radius for secondary conductors and minimum 36” radius for primary. · Unused or future conduits shall have locate discs installed at the ends, be plumbed above grade with 90 degree elbows that are not glued and capped with primary enclosure per CPU specification ULE – Loop Enclosure. · Sufficient select backfill shall be placed to prevent crushing of conduits due to trucks or other heavy equipment. CPU may select backfill at the time of construction. · Street crossings shall be buried at a minimum depth of 42”below final grade and a maximum of 48”. · Conduit systems are to be continuous. Developer’s contractor shall contact CPU at (360) 992-8839 to open padmounted equipment to plumb conduits into equipment. CPU requires two (2) working days of notification to open padmounted equipment. Contractor to have sufficient manpower on site to plumb conduit into equipment. · Primary conduits shall be buried per CPU standard UA1 – Basic Trench Requirements. · Secondary conduits shall be buried per CPU standard UA3 – Secondary Trench Requirements and Diagram. · Primary and secondary cables are to be installed without splices · All primary and secondary cable shall be identified per CPU standard UID2 – Underground Conductor Identification Tags. · Transformers shall be installed on foundations that are adequate to prevent movement during their first year of operation. When setup is complete backfill with a minimum of 1-1/2 yards of 1” minus crushed rock under transformer pads. 5/8” crushed rock is preferred. · Transformers and trench routes shall be oriented for minimum obstruction for future equipment operation, access and maintenance. Transformers shall be placed with the doors/door facing the access roadway. · If a transformer must be located where it is susceptible to vehicular contact, protective barriers shall be installed per CPU specification UTP9 – Typical Barrier Installation To Protect Padmounted Equipment. · Transformers installed on sloping terrain shall be protected from erosion and earth movement with side hill barriers per CPU specification HB1 – Hillside Barrier. · All cable shall be installed in conduit per CPU standard UC1 – Conduit Requirements. · Trench routes are to follow parallel with roadways unless alternate routes have been approved by CPU. · On single residences and subdivisions, CPU will determine at the time of trench inspection the need for select backfill or conduit. SUBDIVISIONS · Developer is responsible to have an approved design firm engineer the new underground facilities to serve the development. · Transformers and pedestals shall be installed on lot lines · All street and road crossings shall be at property lines extended to the edges of the R.O.W. · Bottom of transformer pads shall be installed at an elevation of 4” above the top of the curb. MULTI FAMILY, CONDOMINIUM AND MOBILE HOME PARKS · Developer is responsible to have an approved design firm engineer the new underground facilities to serve the development. · All primary conductors shall be installed in 2” Schedule 40 PVC · All secondary conductors shall be installed in 3” schedule 40 PVC · Developer to provide and maintain services from CPU pedestals and secondary junction boxes to individual units. · Developer to permanently mark each meter socket and service panel with building and unit number with 1” x 1” phenolic tags. Felt markers are not acceptable. COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL · All primary conductors shall be in 2” or 4” Schedule 40 PVC. Project engineer shall indicate size of conduit on design. · Developer shall extend the trench to the base of the utility pole and coil sufficient cable at the base of the pole. CPU will provide and install the riser incorporating coiled cable at the developer’s expense. Splices are not permitted . · Developer shall install conduit system and primary ca b le into padmounted transformer, junction box or switch. CPU will terminate the primary cable at the source at the developer’s expense.02/22/00
Section 200 - Overhead Basic UnitsN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 200 B ASIC U NITS 11/11/2016 C BR1 22" Multi-purpose Bracket with Clip & Insulator f or Slack Span C BR3 22" Multi-purpose Bracket with Clip for Tension S pan C BR10 1000MCM Cable Termination Mounting Bracket C CR20A Single 8' Crossarm - Flat Brace C CR21A Double 8' Crossarm - Flat Braces C CR23A Single Crossarm - Angle Brace C CR24A Double Crossarm - Angle Braces C CR26A Pre-assembled Deadend, 8' & 10', 3-Position - 3 97 AAC Max Wire C CR27B Pre-assembled Deadend, 10', 4-Position - 397 AA C Max Wire C CR28A Pre-assembled Deadend, 8' & 10', 3-Position - 7 95 AAC Max Wire C CR29B Pre-assembled Deadend, 10', 4-Position - 795 AA C Max Wire C CRA50A Single Crossarm - Alley Arm C CRA52A Double Crossarm - Alley Arm C PR1 Pole-Top Pin - Single Insulator C PR2 Pole-Top Pin - Double Insulators C PR4 Single Crossarm Pin C PR5 Single Crossarm Angle Pin C PR19 Double Crossarm Pin C PR20 Horizontal Jumper Support C PR21 Deadend with Eyebolt C PR22 Deadend with Long Eyebolt C PR23 Deadend with Extension C PR24 Deadend C PR25 Deadend with Extension N New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 200 (C ONTINUED ) B ASIC U NITS 11/11/2016 C PR40 Pole-Top Pin Single Vise-Top Insulator C PR41 Pole-Top Pin - Double Vise-Top Insulators C PR42 Single Vise-Top Insulator on Crossarm C PR43 Double Vise-Top Insulators on Crossarms C PR44 Single Angle Vise-Top Insulator on Crossarm C PR56 Single Clamp-Top Twiggy Arm 21" C PR57 Double Clamp-Top Twiggy Arm 21" C PR58 Single Clamp-Top Twiggy Arm 27" C PR59 Double Clamp-Top Twiggy Arm 27" C PR60 Single Twiggy Arm 18" N PR60V Single Twiggy Arm 18" Vise-Top Insulator C PR61 Double Twiggy Arm 18" N PR61V Double Twiggy Arm 18" Vise-Top Insulator C PR62 Single Twiggy Arm 24" N PR62V Single Twiggy Arm 24" Vise-Top Insulator C PR63 Double Twiggy Arm 24" N PR63V Double Twiggy Arm 24" Vise-Top Insulator C S1 Neutral Tangent Spool C S2 Neutral Angle Spool C S3 Heavy Neutral Angle Spool C S4,S4A Slack Neutral Conductor Deadends C S10 Neutral Deadend C S11 Neutral Double Deadend C S12 Single White Neutral Insulator on Crossarm C S13 Double White Neutral Insulators on Crossarms C S14 Single Angled White Neutral Insulator on Crossarm 4 5 3 1 2Bracket, Steel, Galv., Multi-purpose, 22" Washer, Square, Curved, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2" Twist Drive, Drive Point 1 1 1 2217 1132 1392 S/N QTY. 1 1 2262 157 BR1 4 1 3 2 5 6 Adapter, Steel, Galv., Clip Angle 1 2248 6 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BR1 BR1 1 1 TRO 7/17/96 200 BASIC UNITS 22" MULTI-PURPOSE BRACKET WITH CLIP AND INSULATOR FOR SLACK SPAN 4 12/17/04 LB AH 5 3/19/07 LB AH 6 8/25/09 CM AH 7 12/22/16 CM DK 7 Pin, Insulator, Short Shank 6" Above Arm 1 2249 8 1 8 7 PREFORMED TIES S/N 2/0 ACSR 2242 2241 #2 ACSR Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Rev. 7 - Changed to Polymer insulator and updated material list. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION Adapter, Steel, Galv., Clip Angle Washer, Square, Curved, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bracket, Steel, Galv., Multipurpose, 22" 5 4 1 3 2BR3 QTY. 2248 2217 1 3 157 2262 S/N 1392 1 2 2 1 5 2 3 4 22"BRACKET (MULTI-PURPOSE W/ CUTOUT CLIP) DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BR3 BR3 1 1 TRO 7/17/96 200 BASIC UNITS 22" MULTI-PURPOSE BRACKET WITH CLIP FOR TENSION SPAN 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 12/17/04 LB AH 5 10/17/08 CM AH 6 11/11/16 KJP 7 6 1395 149 1 1 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat Round Galv. 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 2" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 8 913 1 Nut, Eye Oval 5/8" Galv. 8 4 7 6 Rev. 6 - Corrected material list and drawing. For tension applications. Note: ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 1 5 2 Bracket, Terminator Mount, 48", 1000 MCM Washer, Square, Curved, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 5 4 3 2 1 2842 1392 156 2217 1132 3 1 1 1 QTY. S/N BR10 5 3 4 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BR10 BR10 1 1 TRO 7/17/96 200 BASIC UNITS 1000MCM CABLE TERMINATION MOUNTING BRACKET 1 10/7/05 LB AH 2 2/22/16 KJP Support, Cable, 1000 MCM 6 3 2229 Rev. 2 - Changed to 48" bracket. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION S/N 4 8 6 7 5 1 3 2Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Brace, Crossarm 28", Galv. Stl Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Carriage, 3/8" x 5", Galv., 4250 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 8' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" 1 12217 1132 2 205 1 1 1412 709 1 157 1 2 25 78 QTY. CR20A 7 1 9 5 3 4 2 6 8 (FLAT BRACE) DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR20A CR20 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE 8' CROSSARM FLAT BRACE 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 10/7/05 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP Rev. 4 - Updated material. 9 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1 1392 ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION S/N 4 8 6 7 5 1 3 2Brace, Crossarm 28", Galv. Stl. Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Carriage, 3/8" x 5", Galv., 4,250 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 8' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" 4 205 2 1132 3 83 10 11412 709 2 4 25 78 QTY. CR21A 4 3 5 8 1 3 3 2 6 7 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 2217 5 (FLAT BRACES) DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR21A CR21 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE 8' CROSSARM FLAT BRACES 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 3/12/02 JEH 4 9/19/05 LB AH 5 2/24/16 KJP 3 5 Rev. 5 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION S/N 4 9 10 8 6 7 5 1 3 2Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Brace, Angle (60" or 72") Gain, Pole Plastic Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" 1 2155 2216 2 2 2217 1394 1 1412 1 1 709 203 1 157 1 2 25 143 QTY. CR23A 2 1 2 2 2216 155 1394 2217 1 1 1 1412 204 709 1 2 1157 143 26 QTY. S/N CR23B 8'Arm 10'Arm 11 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 2 1392 2 1392 5 1 8 2 4 3 10 9 7 11 6 (ANGLE BRACE) DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR23A,CR23B CR23 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE CROSSARM ANGLE BRACE 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 10/7/05 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION S/N Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2"4 1394 4 9 10 8 6 7 5 1 3 2 Bolt Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Brace, Angle (60" or 72") Gain, Pole Plastic Bolt, Double, Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" 10 11412 155 6 4 2217 2216 2 203 3 1 83 709 2 4 25 143 QTY. CR24A 4 1394 1 10 4 6 155 1412 2216 2217 2 1 3 204 709 83 4 2143 26 QTY. S/N CR24B 8'Arm 10'Arm 3 3 6 4 8 10 1 2 8 9 (ANGLE BRACES) DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR24A,CR24B CR24 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE CROSSARM ANGLE BRACES 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 3/12/02 JEH 4 5/3/06 LB AH 5 2/24/16 KJP 5 7 Rev. 5 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION S/N 4 1 3 2Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 3-position, 397 Max 2 1392 2 2218 1 12508 174 QTY. CR26A 2 1392 2 1 1 2218 174 2680 QTY. S/N CR26B 8'Arm 10'Arm ULTIMATE DEADEND STRENGTH 8' and 10' 3-Position 7,120 lbs/position DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR26A,CR26B CR26 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS, PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 8' AND 10', 3-POSITION 397 AAC MAX WIRE 3 3/12/02 JEH 4 10/18/07 LB AH 5 7/23/10 KJP 6 2/24/16 KJP 12" 3-5/8" 4-5/8" 3 4 1 5 1 6 2 6 5 Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" 1 175 1 9141 175 1 914 Rev. 6 - Updated materials. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 4 1 3 2Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 10', 4-position, 397 Max 2 1392 2 2 1 2218 174 2555 QTY. S/N CR27B ULTIMATE DEADEND STRENGTH 10' 4-Position 13,900 lbs/position DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR27B CR27 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND, 10', 4-POSITION 397 AAC MAX WIRE 3 3/12/02 JEH 4 10/18/07 LB AH 5 7/23/10 KJP 6 2/24/16 KJP 2 3 1 4 12" 3-5/8" 1 2 3 4 2 3 4 4-5/8" Rev. 6 - Updated materials. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION S/N 4 1 3 2Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 3-position, 336 & 795 2 1392 2 2218 1 12509 174 QTY. CR28A 2 1392 2 1 1 2218 174 2681 QTY. S/N CR28B 8'Arm 10'Arm ULTIMATE DEADEND STRENGTH 8' and 10' 3-Position 13,900 lbs/position DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR28A,CR28B CR28 1 1 LB/AH 10/18/07 200 BASIC UNITS, PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 8' AND 10', 3-POSITION 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 7/23/10 KJP 2 2/24/16 KJP 12" 3-5/8" 4-5/8" 3 4 5 1 1 6 2 6 5 Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4", Galv. 1 175 1 9141 175 1 914 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Rev. 2 - Updated materials. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 4 1 3 2Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 10', 4-position, 336 & 795 2 1392 2 2 1 2218 174 2668 QTY. S/N CR29B ULTIMATE DEADEND STRENGTH 10' 4-Position 13,900 lbs/position DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR29B CR29 1 1 LB/AH 10/18/07 200 BASIC UNITS PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND, 10', 4-POSITION 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 7/23/10 KJP 2 2/24/16 KJP 12" 3-5/8" 1 2 3 4 2 3 4 2 3 1 4 4-5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Rev. 2 - Updated materials. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 53" 5' - 5" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Square, Flat, 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" x 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Brace, Alley Arm, (6'-11" or 10'), Galv. Steel2 11412 709 1 1 157 2606 1 155 3 2217 2 1392 1 1 25 200 709 1412 2606 157 155 2217 1392 201 26 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3-3/4" x 4-3/4" 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 1 3 9 7 8 6 5 4 2 1 QTY. S/NCRA50B CRA50A QTY. S/N 4 9 3 3 4 8 6 7 7 1 2 8' Arm 10' Arm 8 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CRA50A,CRA50B CRA50 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE CROSSARM ALLEY ARM 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 5/3/06 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP 5 Note: Alley arm should only be used where conditions will not allow conventional construction Rev. 4 - Updated material. 4 ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 53" 5' - 5" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Square, Flat, 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" x 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Brace, Alley Arm, (6'-11" or 10'), Galv. Steel Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3-3/4" x 4-3/4"8 11412 709 1 155 6 2 2217 2606 2 2 25 200 709 1412 155 2606 2217 201 26 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 8383 2 2 1 8 2 1 6 2 CRA52A S/N 8 6 7 5 3 4 2 1 3 QTY. 2 CRA52B QTY. S/N 8 1 4 7 8 3 8' Arm 10' Arm DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CRA52A,CRA52B CRA52 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE CROSSARM ALLEY ARM 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 5/3/06 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP 6 5 Note: Alley arm should only be used where conditions will not allow conventional construction 3 Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 4 5 1 3 2Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Pole Top 2 2 1392 2217 2 1 1 155 1968 962 QTY. S/N PR1 6 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 1421 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR1,PR1TREE PR1 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS POLE-TOP PIN SINGLE INSULATOR 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 5/3/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK PR1TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire 4 6 2 3 1 3012 962 155 2217 1392 2 11 2 1 2 1 1968 S/N QTY. PR1TREE Ultimate Transverse Load = 1500 lbs 5 DESCRIPTION PR1 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain insulator and added tie wire notes. 1. See Std TI4 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. 2. Ultimate Transverse Load=1,500 lbs. Ultimate Longitudinal Load=1,200 lbs. Notes: ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4 1 3 2 Pin, Pole Top 2 2217 2 2 2156 962 QTY. S/N PR2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR2,PR2TREE PR2 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS POLE-TOP PIN DOUBLE INSULATORS 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 2/13/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK 5 2 1 962 156 2217 2 2 2 S/N 1968 PR2TREE QTY. 2 Ultimate Transverse Load = 3000 lbs 3 4 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 PR2TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire PR2 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 20 1421 3012 22 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 5 Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain insulator and added tie wire notes. 1. See Std TI5 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. 2. Ultimate Transverse Load=3,000 lbs. Ultimate Longitudinal Load=2,400 lbs. Notes: ITEM NO. 4 1 3 2DESCRIPTION Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 1 2217 1 1 1 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR4 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 5 10 1421 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR4,PR4TREE PR4 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE CROSSARM PIN 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 5/3/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK 3 1 5 4 2 S/N QTY. 3012 1968 1412 2217 1 11 1 1 1 961 PR4TREE Ultimate Transverse Load = 1000 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 PR4TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire PR4 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain insulator and added tie wire notes. 1. See Std TI4 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. 2. Ultimate Cantilever Load=1,000 lbs. Notes: ITEM NO. 4 1 3 2DESCRIPTION Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Angle, Crossarm 1 2217 1 1 1 1412 2658 QTY. S/N PR5 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 5 10 1421 See Std TI4 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. Note: DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR5,PR5TREE PR5 1 1 LB/AH 5/03/06 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE CROSSARM ANGLE PIN 1 12/22/16 CM DK S/N QTY. 3012 1968 1412 2217 1 11 1 1 1 2658 PR5TREE 3 4 2 1 5 2200 lbs Transverse Ultimate PR5TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire PR5 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 6 6 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile1 2606 2606 1 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain insulator and added tie wire notes. ITEM NO. 4 1 3 2DESCRIPTION Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 2 2217 2 2 2 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR19 5 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 20 1421 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR19,PR19TREE PR19 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE CROSSARM PIN 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 5/03/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK 2 4 3 1 5 S/N QTY. 3012 1968 1412 2217 2 22 2 2 2 961 PR19TREE Ultimate Transverse Load = 2000 lbs PR19TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire PR19 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain insulator and added tie wire notes. 1. See Std TI5 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. 2. Ultimate Cantilever Load=2,000 lbs. Notes: ITEM NO. 4 6 5 1 3 2DESCRIPTION Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 16" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Pin, Adapter 2 1 1 1403 81 2217 2 1 11392 959 QTY. S/N PR20 7 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 1421 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR20,PR20TREE PR20 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS HORIZONTAL JUMPER SUPPORT 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 5/3/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK 5 1 7 3 4 2 6 3012 959 1392 2217 1403 2 11 1 2 1 81 1 S/N 1968 PR20TREE QTY. 1 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 PR20TREE - for tree wire- use covered tie wire PR20 - for bare wire- use bare tie wire Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8"See Std TI4 - Section 400 - Conductor Tying Guide. Note: Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain insulator and added tie wire notes. ITEM NO. TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW 4 1 3 2Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Susp. 15kV Clevis - Tongue, Polymer 1 302 1 1 1 108 1392 1967 QTY. S/N PR21 4 1 3 2 5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1 2217 5 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR21 PR21 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DEADEND WITH EYEBOLT 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 5/15/06 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP DESCRIPTION Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW 4 1 3 2DESCRIPTION Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 28", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Susp. 15kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 1 302 1 1 1 113 1392 1967 QTY. S/N PR22 3 4 2 1 5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1 2217 5 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR22 PR22 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DEADEND WITH LONG EYEBOLT 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 5/15/06 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW 4 5 1 3 2Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Susp. 15kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 1 1 302 2909 1 1 1 108 1392 1967 QTY. S/N PR23 6 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1 2217 6 1 2 4 5 3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR23 PR23 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DEADEND WITH EXTENSION 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 5/15/06 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP DESCRIPTION Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. 2 1Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Susp. 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 1 1 302 1967 QTY. S/N PR24 1 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR24 PR24 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DEADEND 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 5/15/06 LB AH 4 2/14/16 KJP DESCRIPTION Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. 3 2 1Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Susp. 15 kV Clevis-Toungue, Polymer 1 2909 1 1 302 1967 QTY. S/N PR25 3 2 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR25 PR25 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DEADEND WITH EXTENSION 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 5/15/06 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP DESCRIPTION Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. 4 5 1 3 2Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer QTY. S/NPR40 962 1 2439 1 2 1392 2 2 155 2217 AlternatePosition 1 5 1. Ultimate transverse load = 1,500 lbs. Ultimate longitudinal load = 1,200 lbs.2. Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Notes: DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR40 PR40 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS POLE-TOP PIN SINGLE VISE-TOP INSULATOR 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 3/12/02 JEH 5 5/15/06 LB AH 6 12/22/16 CM DK 2 3 Ultimate Transverse Load = 1500 lbs 4 DESCRIPTION Pin, Pole Top Installation: · 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Rev. 6 - Changed insulator to vise-top and updated material issue. ITEM NO. 4 1 3 2Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Pole Top Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2 2 156 2217 2 2962 2439 QTY. S/N PR41 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR41 PR41 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS POLE-TOP PIN DOUBLE VISE-TOP INSULATOR 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 3/12/02 JEH 5 5/15/06 LB AH 6 12/22/16 CM DK DESCRIPTION 1 4 2 3 Installation:· 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Alternate Position Ultimate Transverse Load = 3000 lbs Rev. 6 - Changed insulator to vise-top and updated material issue. 1. Ultimate transverse load = 3,000 lbs. Ultimate longitudinal load = 2,400 lbs. 2. Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Notes: ITEM NO. 4 1 3 2Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 1 1412 1 1 1 2217 2439 961 QTY. S/N PR42 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR42 PR42 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE VISE-TOP INSULATOR ON CROSSARM 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 5/15/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK DESCRIPTION 1 4 3 2 Ultimate Transverse Load = 1500 lbs Installation:· 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Rev. 5 - Changed insulator to vise-top and updated material issue. 1. Ultimate longitudinal load = 1,000 lbs. 2. Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Notes: ITEM NO. 4 1 3 2Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 2 1412 2 2 2 2217 2439 961 QTY. S/N PR43 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR43 PR43 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE VISE-TOP INSULATORS ON CROSSARMS 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 5/15/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK DESCRIPTION 2 4 3 Ultimate Transverse Load = 3000 lbs Installation: · 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Rev. 5 - Changed insulators to vise-top and updated material issue. 1. Ultimate longitudinal load = 2,000 lbs. 2. Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Notes: 1 ITEM NO. 5 4 3 2 1Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7" Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Angle, Crossarm Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 1 11 2606 2217 1412 1 1 1 2439 QTY. S/N PR44 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR44 PR44 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE ANGLE VISE-TOP INSULATOR ON CROSSARM 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 5/15/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK DESCRIPTION Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 2658 2 3 4 5 Ultimate Transverse Load = 1500 lbs Installation: · 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Rev. 5 - Changed insulator to vise-top and updated material issue. 1. Ultimate transverse load = 1,500 lbs. 2. Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Notes: ITEM NO. 4 6 5 1 3 2Clamp, Wire, Insulated, 336 - 795 MCM Arm, Epoxy 21" 2500 lbs Insulator, Clamp-Top 15 kV Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1 1 1 316 40 760 2 2 2156 2217 1392 QTY. S/N PR56 2 3 1 4 5 6 21" 8" Ultimate Tension: 5000 lbs Ultimate Cantilever Strength: 2800 lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR56 PR56 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE CLAMP-TOP TWIGGY ARM 21" 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 10/7/05 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP DESCRIPTION Ultimate Transverse: 2500 lbs Note: Use only when uplift needs to be considered. Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. 4 5 1 3 2Insulator, Clamp-Top 15 kV Clamp, Wire, Insulated, 336 - 795 MCM Arm, Epoxy 21" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 2 760 316 2 2 2 40 2217 157 QTY. S/N PR57 2 3 4 5 21" 21" Ultimate Tension: 5000 lbs Ultimate Cantilever Strength: 2800 lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR57 PR57 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE CLAMP-TOP TWIGGY ARM 21" 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 10/7/05 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP 1 Ultimate Transverse: 2500 lbs Note: Use only when uplift needs to be considered. Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 4 6 5 1 3 2Clamp, Wire, Insulated, 336 - 795 MCM Arm, Epoxy 27" 2500 lbs Insulator, Clamp-Top 15 kV Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1 1 1 316 42 760 2 2 2156 2217 1392 QTY. S/N PR58 2 3 4 5 6 27" 8" Ultimate Tension: 5000 lbs Ultimate Cantilever Strength: 2800 lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR58 PR58 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE CLAMP-TOP TWIGGY ARM 27" 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 10/7/05 LB AH 4 2/14/16 KJP 1 Ultimate Transverse: 2500 lbs Note: Use only when uplift needs to be considered. Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 4 5 1 3 2Insulator, Clamp-Top 15 kV Clamp, Wire, Insulated, 336 - 795 MCM Arm, Epoxy 27" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 2 760 316 2 2 2 42 2217 157 QTY. S/N PR59 3 2 1 4 5 27" 27" Ultimate Tension: 5000 lbs Ultimate Cantilever Strength: 2800 lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR59 PR59 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE CLAMP-TOP TWIGGY ARM 27" 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 10/7/05 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP Ultimate Transverse: 2500 lbs Note: Use only when uplift needs to be considered. Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin C Neck, Polymer Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 4 5 3 2 1PR60 1968 1 10 1421 1 2 QTY. 2 2504 157 2217S/N 6 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 PR60 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire PR60TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire Ultimate Vertical Strength: 2250 lbs Ultimate Eye Strength: 5000 lbs Ultimate Transversal Strength: 2500 lbs Ultimate Longitudinal Strength: 1900 lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR60,PR60TREE PR60 1 1 2/16/01200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE TWIGGY ARM 18" 3 REDRAWN IN CAD 4 10/7/05 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK 1392 2217 157 2504 3012 1968 1 11 1 2 2 2 S/N QTY. PR60TREE 8" 18" 3 5 4 6 2 1 DESCRIPTION Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain insulator and added tie wire notes. See Std TI4 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. Note: ITEM NO. Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs 4 5 3 2 1PR60V 1 1 2 QTY. 2 2504 157 2217S/N Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 Ultimate Vertical Strength: 2250 lbs Ultimate Eye Strength: 5000 lbs Ultimate Transversal Strength: 2500 lbs Ultimate Longitudinal Strength: 1900 lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR60V PR60V 1 1 CM/DK 12/22/16 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE TWIGGY ARM 18" VISE-TOP INSULATOR 8" 18" 3 4 2 1 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16" Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 5 Installation: · 1st tighten the bottom bolt until eye breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until eye breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Note: ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18" Galv, 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 4 5 3 2 1PR61 1968 2 20 1421 2 2 QTY. 4 2504 82 2217S/N Ultimate Longitudinal Strength: 1900 lbs Ultimate VerticalStrength: 2250 lbs Ultimate TransversalStrength: 2500 lbs Ultimate Eye Strength: 5000 lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR61,PR61TREE PR61 1 1 2/16/01200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE TWIGGY ARM 18" 3 REDRAWN IN CAD 4 10/7/05 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK S/N QTY. 2217 82 2504 3012 1968 2 22 2 4 2 PR61TREE 18" 18" DESCRIPTION 2 3 1 6 PR61 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire PR61TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 6 4 1395 1395 4 4 5 Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain insulator, added tie wire notes, and changed machine bolt to DA bolt. See Std TI4 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. Note: See Detail A Detail A DA Bolt Nuts Spring Washer Round Washer ITEMNO. Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 4 5 3 2 1PR61V 2 2 2 QTY. 4 2504 82 2217S/N Ultimate Longitudinal Strength: 1900 lbs Ultimate VerticalStrength: 2250 lbs Ultimate TransversalStrength: 2500 lbs Ultimate EyeStrength: 5000 lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR61V PR61V 1 1 CM/DK 12/22/16 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE TWIGGY ARM 18" VISE-TOP INSULATOR 18" 18" 4 2 3 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8"4 1395 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 5 See Detail A Detail A DA Bolt Nuts Spring Washer Round Washer Installation: · 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Note: ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR62,PR62TREE PR62 1 1 LB/AH 10/7/05 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE TWIGGY ARM 24" 1 12/22/16 CM DK Ultimate Transversal Strength: 2500 lbs 5 6 4 2 3 1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Ultimate VerticalStrength: 2100 lbs 1392 2217 157 2605 1421 1968 1 10 1 2 2 2 S/N QTY. PR62 Ultimate Longitudinal Strength: 1850 lbs 2 1392 11 1 1 3012 1968 2605 PR62TREE 2 2 QTY. 157 2217S/N 3 5 6 4 2 1 DESCRIPTION PR62 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire PR62TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire Ultimate Eye Strength: 5000 lbs Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain insulator and added tie wire notes. See Std TI4 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. Note: 24" 24" ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR62V PR62V 1 1 CM/DK 12/22/16 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE TWIGGY ARM 24" VISE-TOP INSULATOR 5 4 2 3 1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs 1392 2217 157 2605 1 1 2 2 2 S/N QTY. PR62V 8" 24" 3 4 2 1 Ultimate Vertical Strength: 2100 lbs Ultimate Transversal Strength: 2500 lbs Ultimate Longitudinal Strength: 1850 lbs Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 5 Ultimate Eye Strength: 5000 lbs Installation:· 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Note: ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR63,PR63TREE PR63 1 1 LB/AH 10/7/05 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE TWIGGY ARM 24" 1 12/22/16 CM DK Ultimate Transversal Strength: 2500 lbs 4 5 3 1 2 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Insulator, Pin C Neck, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Ultimate Vertical Strength: 2100 lbs S/N QTY. 2217 82 2605 1421 1968 2 20 2 4 2 PR63 Ultimate Longitudinal Strength: 1850 lbs 2 82 22 2 2 3012 1968 2605 PR63TREE QTY. 4 S/N 2217 24" 24" DESCRIPTION PR63 - for bare wire - use bare tie wire PR63TREE - for tree wire - use covered tie wire 2 3 1 6 6 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 1395 4 4 1395 4 5 Ultimate Eye Strength: 5000 lbs Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain insulator, added tie wire notes, and changed machine bolt to DA bolt. See Std TI4 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. Note: See Detail A Detail A DA Bolt Nuts Spring Washer Round Washer ITEMNO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of PR63V PR63V 1 1 CM/DK 12/22/16 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE TWIGGY ARM 24" VISE-TOP INSULATORS 4 3 1 2 Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs S/N QTY. 2217 82 2605 2 2 4 2 PR63V 24" 24" 4 2 3 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Ultimate Vertical Strength: 2100 lbsUltimate Transversal Strength: 2500 lbs Ultimate Longitudinal Strength: 1850 lbs 5 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 5 Ultimate Eye Strength: 5000 lbs See Detail A Detail A DA Bolt Nuts Spring Washer Round Washer Installation: · 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Replacement vise-top insulator bolts S/N 2888. Note: DESCRIPTION ITEM NO. 4 1 3 2Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Dble. Upset 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 1 2217 1 1 1 1580 1392 773 QTY. S/N S1 5 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 1421 1 2 3 4 5 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S1 S1 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS NEUTRAL TANGENT SPOOL 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 8/2/05 LB AH 5 6/7/06 LB AH 6 2/24/16 KJP See Std TI4 - Conductor Tying Guide - Section 400. Note: Rev. 6 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 4 5 1 3 2Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 1 773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 QTY. S/N S2 6 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 1 4 2 5 6 3 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S2 S2 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS NEUTRAL ANGLE SPOOL 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 8/2/05 LB AH 5 6/7/06 LB AH 6 2/24/16 KJP Ultimate Transverse Load = 3000 lbs DESCRIPTION Rev. 6 - Updated material. ITEM NO. 1 2Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool Clevis Large, ANSI 53-5 Class 1 1 336 1392 QTY. S/N S3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S3 S3 1 1 LB/AH 1/21/08 200 BASIC UNITS HEAVY NEUTRAL ANGLE SPOOL 1 2/24/16 KJP 4 5 3 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 2217 1 1156 774 6 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 6 2 3 1 5 4 Rev. 1 - Updated material. For use with 397 and 795 neutral from 6 to 15 angle. Note: ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil 5/8" Galv. Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 4 3 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 2 1 S/N QTY. 1 1 1 1 1403 1580 773 335 S4A Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, 3" x 3" X 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 4 3 2 1 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class QTY. S/N 1 1 1 1 156 1392 335 773 S4 5 Washer, Lock Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1 2217 (SPOOL & CLEVIS WITH EXISTING S1) (SPOOL & CLEVIS) 2 5 3 1 3 1 2 4 4 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S4,S4A S4 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SLACK NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR DEADENDS 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 6/7/06 LB AH 4 5/31/12 KJP 5 2/24/16 KJP 6 Preformed Slack Span Deadend #2 ACSR 1 2241 5 Preformed Slack Span Deadend #2 ACSR1 2241 5 6 Note: Preformed deadend rated for 1,000 lbs. max tension. Note: Preformed deadend rated for 1,000 lbs. max tension. Rev. 5 - Updated material. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION S/N 4 1 3 2Clamp, Strain Distribution, #2 - 397.5 MCM Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1 302 1 108 2 11392 2217 QTY. S10 1 2 4 3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S10 S10 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS NEUTRAL DEADEND 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 10/7/05 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP Rev. 4 - Updated material. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S11 S11 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS NEUTRAL DOUBLE DEADEND 2 2/23/00 HWH MA 3 10/7/05 LB AH 4 2/24/16 KJP 2 1 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 MCM Nut, Eye Oval 5/8" Galv. 302 913 1 1 S/N QTY. S11 2 1 S10 Rev. 4 - Updated material and drawing. DESCRIPTION ITEM NO. 1 3 2 Pin, Crossarm 1 1 12217 2656 961 QTY. S/N S12 4 Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 11412 3 2 5 1 4 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S12 S12 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE WHITE NEUTRAL INSULATOR ON CROSSARM 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 6/7/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK Ultimate Transverse Load = 1000 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1421 10 Wire, Tie, Bare, AL Annealed #4 SD 5 1. See Std TI4 - Section 400 - Conductor Tying Guide. 2. Ultimate Cantilever Load=1,000 lbs. Notes: Rev. 5 - Changed to white polymer insulator. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 4 1 3 2Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 2 2217 2 2 2 1412 2656 961 QTY. S/N S13 3 4 2 5 1 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S13 S13 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 200 BASIC UNITS DOUBLE WHITE NEUTRAL INSULATORS ON CROSSARMS 3 2/23/00 HWH MA 4 6/7/06 LB AH 5 12/22/16 CM DK Ultimate Transverse Load = 2000 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1. See Std TI5 Section 400 - Conductor Tying Guide. 2. Ultimate Cantilever Load=2,000 lbs. Notes: Wire, Tie, Bare, AL Annealed #4 SD 5 20 1421 Rev. 5 - Changed to white polymer insulator. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 1 3 2 Pin, Angle Crossarm 1 1 12217 2656 2658 QTY. S/N S14 4 Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 11412 See Std TI4 - Section 400 - Conductor Tying Guide. Note: 3 1 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S14 S14 1 1 LB/AH 6/7/06 200 BASIC UNITS SINGLE ANGLED WHITE NEUTRAL INSULATOR ON CROSSARM 1 12/22/16 CM DK Ultimate Transverse Load = 2000 lbs 2 5 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 6 4 Rev. 1 - Changed to white polymer insulator. 10 11421 2606 Wire, Tie, Bare, AL Annealed #4 SD Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 5 6 ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION11/11/16
Section 310 - Overhead 1 PhaseN New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 31b S INGLE P HASE D ISTRIBUTION U P TO 2/b ACSR 6/13/2017 C A1,-TREE 1Ø Tabgebt Pole - 0° to 5° C A2,-TREE 1Ø Abgle Pole - 6° to 30° C A4A,-TREE 1Ø 8' Crossarm - High Neutral - 0° to 5° C A5A,-TREE 1Ø 8' Double Crossarm - High Neutral - 6° to 30° C A41 1Ø Vertical Deadebd C A42 1Ø Vertical Deadebd w/ Extebsiob Libk C A47,-TREE 1Ø Vertical Double Deadebd C A48A 8' Pre-assembled Deadebd - High Neutral C A49A,-TREE 8' Pre-assembled Double Deadebd - High Neutral DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A1,A1TREE A1 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘7$1*(1732/( ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/20/08 CM AH 3 6/13/17 CM DK Guy position when needed 7'-0" 6" 6" Avian Safe Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulator and added avian note. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. Note : 8" 3" Install split bolt 9 10 7 S1 8 11 Neutral PR1,PR1TREE DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A1,A1TREE A1 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘7$1*(1732/( ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/20/08 CM AH 3 6/13/17 CM DK 6 5 3 4 2 1 QTY. S/N 10 9 7 8 DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. S/N 2 2 1392 2217 2 1 1 155 1968 962 S/N PR1 10 1421 3012 962 155 2217 1392 2 11 2 1 2 1 1968 S/N QTY. PR1TREE Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD A1 A1TREE S1 S/N QTY. S1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1 773 773 1 10 1 1 1421 1580 2217 10 1 1 1421 2217 1580 1 1392 1 1392 DESCRIPTION Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulator and added avian note. 11 3 5 2 1 6 4 Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. Note : ITEM NO. ITEM NO. TOP VIEW DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A2,A2TREE A2 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘$1*/(32/( ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/20/08 CM AH 3 6/13/17 CM DK Guy position when needed 7'-0" 6" 6" Avian Safe Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. Note : 8" 3" Install split bolt Neutral 5 4 3 2 1 QTY. S/N DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. S/N 2 2217 2 2 2 156 1968 962 S/N PR2 20 1421 3012 962 156 2217 2 22 2 2 2 1968 S/N QTY. PR2TREE Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil., Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD A2 A2TREE S2 S/N QTY. S2 DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A2,A2TREE A2 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘$1*/(32/( ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/20/08 CM AH 3 6/13/17 CM DK 8 7 10 11 9 6 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 8 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil., Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 11 9 10 Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 7 6 1392 1 10 1 1 1421 2217 773 1 1 156 335 1 1392 10 1 1 1421 2217 773 1 1 156 335 5 1 2 4 3 S2 PR2,PR2TREE Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A4A,A4ATREE A4A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘ &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/20/08 CM AH 3 6/13/17 CM DK Guy position when needed 3'-8" 4" 3'-8" 4" 11" 6" Avian Safe (Neutral-White) 6" Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. Notes : Install split bolt 18 19 15 17 16 2217 1 10 1421 2656 1 1 1 1412 961 QTY. S/N S12 13 14 10 12 11 2217 1 10 1421 1968 1 1 1 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR4 1 8 3 4 6 2 5 9 CR20A Arm, Cross (Distr.) 8' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Carriage, 3/8" x 5", Galv., 4250 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Crossarm 28", Galv., Stl. Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point 7 9 8 1 4 6 5 3 2 2217 1 1 1 1392 1132 25 1 1412 1 2 1 205 709 1 2 157 78 QTY. CR20A S/N DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A4A,A4ATREE A4A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘ &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/20/08 CM AH 3 6/13/17 CM DK 7 PR4,PR4TREE 13 12 14 10 11 2217 1 10 1421 2656 1 1 1 1412 961 QTY. S/N S12 2217 1 11 3012 1968 1 1 1 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR4TREE 2217 1 1 1 1392 1132 25 1 1412 1 2 1 205 709 1 2 157 78 QTY. CR20A S/N Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil., Galv. 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil., Galv. 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer A4A A4ATREE S12 Neutral 19 15 18 Pin, Crossarm Pin, Crossarm Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. 16 17 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A5A,A5ATREE A5A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘ '28%/(&5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/20/08 CM AH 3 6/13/17 CM DK Guy position when needed 3'-8" 4" 3'-8" 4" 11" 6" Avian Safe (Neutral-White) 6" 6" 6" Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. Notes : Install split bolt 6 7 3 8 8 3 5 4 3 2 1 CR21A 5 8 7 6 2 4 3 1 Gain, Pole Plastic Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock Spring Double Coil, 5/8" Brace, Crossarm 28", Galv., Stl. Bolt, Carriage, 3/8" x 5", Galv., 4200 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.) 8' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 709 1 205 4 5 2217 2 3 1132 83 78 4 10 1412 QTY. 2 25 S/N 12 13 9 11 10 2217 2 20 1421 1968 2 2 2 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR19 17 18 16 14 15 S/N QTY. 20 2 2 2217 1421 1412 2 2 2656 961 S13 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A5A,A5ATREE A5A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘ '28%/(&5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/20/08 CM AH 3 6/13/17 CM DK CR21A 709 1 205 4 5 2217 2 3 1132 83 78 4 10 1412 QTY. 2 25 S/N 2217 2 22 3012 1968 2 2 2 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR19TREE S/N QTY. 20 2 2 2217 1421 1412 2 2 2656 961 S13 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Crossarm Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Crossarm PR19,PR19TREE 13 11 10 9 12 CR21A A5A A5ATREE S13 Neutral 17 16 14 Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. 15 18 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. PR21 11" 6" 7'-0" Guy position when needed 3 2 5 1 4 5 4 2 3 1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Susp. 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile DESCRIPTION 1 1 2217 302 1 1 1 1967 108 1392 QTY. S/N PR21 9 8 7 6 DESCRIPTION 1 1 300 108 ADDITIONAL MATERIALS QTY. 1 2 S/N 2217 1392 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A41 A41 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘9(57,&$/'($'(1' 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/20/08 CM AH 4 6/13/17 CM DK 6 7 9 8 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Clamp, Strain #2 Neutral Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Avian Safe Rev. 4 - Added avian note. Install split bolt A41 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. PR23 11" 6" 7'-0" Guy position when needed 3 2 6 1 5 5 4 2 3 1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Susp. 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile DESCRIPTION 1 1 2909 302 1 1 1 1967 108 1392 QTY. S/N PR23 10 9 8 7 DESCRIPTION 1 1 300 108 ADDITIONAL MATERIALS QTY. 1 2 S/N 2217 1392 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A42 A42 1 1 CM/AH 3/20/08 310 ‘9(57,&$/'($'(1' W/ EXTENSION LINK 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 6/13/17 CM DK 7 8 10 9 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Clamp, Strain #2 Neutral 4 6 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Avian Safe Rev. 1 - Added avian note. Install split bolt A42 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 3" 8" 6" 7'-0" Guy position when needed DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A47,A47TREE A47 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘9(57,&$/'28%/('($'(1' 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/20/08 CM AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 6/13/17 CM DK Avian Safe Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulator and added avian note. Install split bolt 4 7 6 5 1 3 2 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole DESCRIPTION Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Adapter 81 1 1421 10 2 1 1403 2217 1968 1 2 1 1392 959 QTY. S/N PR20 11 12 10 8 9 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 5/8", 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Susp. 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. 302 2217 108 1392 1967 PR21 (2) 15 16 14 13 DESCRIPTION 1 2 2 2217 1392 300 QTY. 1 S/N 913 PR21 11 10 8 9 12 1 3 6 2 7 PR20,PR20TREE DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A47,A47TREE A47 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 310 ‘9(57,&$/'28%/('($'(1' 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/20/08 CM AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 6/13/17 CM DK 1 17 81 1 3012 11 2 1 1403 2217 1968 1 2 1 1392 959 QTY. S/N PR20TREE S/N QTY. 302 2217 108 2 1392 1967 PR21 (2) 1 2 2 2217 1392 300 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. 1 S/N 913 1 Neutral A47 A47TREE Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Nut, Eye Oval 5/8" Washer, Curved, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain #2 Bolt, Eye, 5/8" X 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 108 108 13 14 15 16 17 14 4 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulator and added avian note. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW Guy position when needed 3'-6" 6" 6" 3'-6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A48A A48A 1 2 CM/AH 3/20/08 310 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 6/13/17 CM DK 16" 6" 4" 12" Neutral 11" Avian Safe Rev. 1 - Added avian note. Install split bolt This framing is for clearance limited situations only. Note : 7 8 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 7 8 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A48A A48A 2 2 CM/AH 3/20/08 310 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 6/13/17 CM DK CR26A 1 4 3 2 DESCRIPTION A48A CR26A QTY. S/N 5 6 4 3 1 5 6 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14" Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 8', 3-Position, 397 Max Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16" Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" 2 3 4 PR24 Back View PR24 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Susp. 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 1 1 302 1967 Neutral 9 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. S/N 9 1 300 Clamp, Strain, #2 Rev. 1 - Added avian note. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. TOP VIEW DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A49A,A49ATREE A49A 1 2 CM/AH 3/20/08 310 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 7/29/10 KJP 2 6/13/17 CM DK 4" 3'-8" 4" 6" 6" Guy position when needed Avian Safe 11" Neutral (Neutral-White) 3'-8" 4" 12" 6" White Rev. 2 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. Install split bolt FRONT VIEW 14 15 Connector, Tap, Wedge 2/0 to 2/0 2 2 2559 19 20 17 DESCRIPTION S12 QTY. S/N 12 13 DESCRIPTION 4 3 2 1 S/N QTY. A49A CR26A Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Insulator, Pin, C Neck Polymer 10 11 9 7 DESCRIPTION PR4 QTY. 2217 1421 1412 S/N 1968 5 6 2 4 3 3 4 1 5 6 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 8', 3-Position, 397 Max Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16" Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" S12 QTY. S/N S/N QTY. A49ATREE CR26A PR4TREE QTY. S/N 10 9 8 7 11 PR4,PR4TREE 2 2 2559 11 1 2217 3012 1412 1968 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 CR26A Connector, Tap, Wedge #2 to #2 PR24 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N QTY. S/N 12 13 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N QTY. S/N PR24 (2) PR24 (2) Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Susp. 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 2 2 302 1967 2 2 302 1967 21 Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer 10 1 1 1412 1421 2217 1 2656 10 1 1 1412 1421 2217 1 2656 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of A49A,A49ATREE A49A 2 2 CM/AH 3/20/08 310 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 7/29/10 KJP 2 6/13/17 CM DK 1 1 10 1 1 1 Neutral 16 16 2 2 Clamp, Strain #2 2688 300 2688 300 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" S12 19 21 17 20 Pin, Crossarm 8 961 961 1 1 Pin, Crossarm 18 961 961 1 1 Rev. 2 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. Neutral 18 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO.06/13/17
Section 320 - Overhead 2 PhaseN New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 32b T WO -P HASE D ISTRIBUTION U P TO 2/b ACSR 11/15/2017 C B1A,-TREE 2Ø Sibgle 8' Crossarm - 0° to 5° C B2A,-TREE 2Ø Double 8' Crossarm - 6° to 30° C B4A,-TREE 2Ø Sibgle 8' Crossarm - High Neutral, 0° to 5° C B5A,-TREE 2Ø Double 8' Crossarm - High Neutral, 6° to 30° C B13,-TREE 2Ø Vertical w/ Pole Top - 0° to 5° C B14,-TREE 2Ø Vertical w/ Double Pole Top - 6° to 30° C B48A 8' Pre-assembled Deadebd - High Neutral C B49A,-TREE 8' Pre-assembled Double Deadebd - High Neutral C B50A 8' Pre-assembled Deadebd C B51A,-TREE 8' Pre-assembled Double Deadebd DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B1A,B1ATREE B1A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/5/08 LB AH 3 11/15/17 CM DK 3'-8" 4" 3'-8" 4" 7' 11" Avian Safe 6" Guy position when needed 6" Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. Note : Install split bolt Arm, Cross (Distr.) 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 8' Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5", Galv., 4250 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Crossarm 28", Galv. Stl. Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point 7 9 8 1 4 6 5 3 2 2217 1 1 1 1392 1132 25 1 1412 1 2 1 205 709 1 2 157 78 QTY. CR20A S/N 13 14 10 12 11 Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 2217 2 20 1421 1968 2 2 2 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR4 (2) 18 19 17 15 16 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" S/N QTY. 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 S1 17 15 18 19 16 1 8 3 4 6 2 5 9 7 S1 CR20A DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B1A,B1ATREE B1A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/5/08 LB AH 3 11/15/17 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR4,PR4TREE Neutral 2217 1 1 1 1392 1132 25 1 1412 1 2 1 205 709 1 2 157 78 QTY. CR20A S/N 2217 2 22 3012 1968 2 2 2 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR4TREE (2) S/N QTY. 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 S1 10 12 11 14 13 B1A B1ATREE Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B2A,B2ATREE B2A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/5/08 LB AH 3 11/15/17 CM DK 3'-8" 4" 3'-8" 4" 7' 11" Avian Safe 6" Guy position when needed 6" Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. Note : Install split bolt S2 CR21A CR21A 5 8 7 6 2 4 3 1 Gain, Pole Plastic Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Bolt, Double Arm 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Brace, Crossarm 28", Galv. Stl. Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5", Galv., 4250 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.) 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 8' Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 709 1 205 4 5 2217 2 3 1132 83 78 4 10 1412 QTY. 2 25 S/N 12 13 9 11 10 Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 2217 4 40 1421 1968 4 4 4 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR19 (2) 18 17 15 16 14 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 10 1 1 2217 1421 773 1 1 1 156 1392 335 QTY. S/N S2 6 7 8 5 4 3 2 1 16 15 18 19 17 14 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B2A,B2ATREE B2A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/5/08 LB AH 3 11/15/17 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR19, PR19TREE 9 11 10 12 13 CR21A 709 1 205 4 5 2217 2 3 1132 83 78 4 10 1412 QTY. 2 25 S/N 2217 4 44 3012 1968 4 4 4 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR19TREE (2) 10 1 1 2217 1421 773 1 1 1 156 1392 335 QTY. S/N S2 B2A B2ATREE Neutral Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. 19 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B4A,B4ATREE B4A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/5/08 LB AH 3 11/15/17 CM DK 3'-8" 4" 4" 11" B4ATREE - Avian Safe 6" Guy position when needed 1'-3" 2'-5" 6" (Neutral-White) Neutral White Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on neutral. Notes : Install split bolt CR20A Arm, Cross (Distr.) 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 8' Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5", Galv., 4250 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Crossarm 28", Galv. Stl. Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point 7 9 8 1 4 6 5 3 2 2217 1 1 1 1392 1132 25 1 1412 1 2 1 205 709 1 2 157 78 QTY. CR20A S/N 13 14 10 12 11 Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 2217 2 20 1421 1968 2 2 2 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR4 (2) Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Crossarm S/N QTY. 10 1 1 1412 1421 2217 1 1 2656 961 S12 1 8 3 4 6 2 5 9 19 18 17 15 16 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B4A,B4ATREE B4A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/5/08 LB AH 3 11/15/17 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR4,PR4TREE 10 12 11 14 13 B4A B4ATREE 2217 1 1 1 1392 1132 25 1 1412 1 2 1 205 709 1 2 157 78 QTY. CR20A S/N 2217 2 22 3012 1968 2 2 2 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR4TREE (2) S/N QTY. 10 1 1 1412 1421 2217 1 1 2656 961 S12 15 17 16 19 18 S12 Neutral 7 Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B5A,B5ATREE B5A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/5/08 LB AH 3 11/15/17 CM DK 3'-8" 4" 4" 11" 6" Guy position when needed 2'-5" 1'-3" 6" Neutral White B5ATREE - Avian Safe Neutral White Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Install split bolt 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on neutral. Notes : CR21A 5 8 7 6 2 4 3 1 Gain, Pole Plastic Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Bolt, Double Arm 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Brace, Crossarm 28", Galv. Stl. Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5", Galv., 4250 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.) 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 8' Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 709 1 205 4 5 2217 2 3 1132 83 78 4 10 1412 QTY. 2 25 S/N 12 13 9 11 10 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 2217 4 40 1421 1968 4 4 4 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR19 (2) 17 18 16 14 15 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Crossarm S/N QTY. 20 2 2 2217 1421 1412 2 2 2656 961 S13 6 7 3 8 8 3 5 4 3 2 1 14 16 15 17 18 CR21A DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B5A,B5ATREE B5A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 3/5/08 LB AH 3 11/15/17 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR19,PR19TREE S13 CR21A 709 1 205 4 5 2217 2 3 1132 83 78 4 10 1412 QTY. 2 25 S/N 2217 4 44 3012 1968 4 4 4 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR19TREE (2) S/N QTY. 20 2 2 2217 1421 1412 2 2 2656 961 S13 B5A B5ATREE 10 12 11 13 9 Neutral Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 3' 8" 7' DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B13,B13TREE B13 1 2 LB/AH 3/5/08 320 ‘9(57,&$/:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 11/15/17 CM DK 18" 6" 6" 6" Guy position when needed B13TREE - Avian Safe Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on one phase. Notes : Install split bolt 3" 8" Guy position when needed 6 5 3 4 2 1 QTY. S/N 16 17 15 13 14 DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD DESCRIPTION 1392 2217 157 2504 1421 1968 1 10 1 2 2 2 S/N QTY. PR60 12 11 10 9 8 7 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B13,B13TREE B13 2 2 LB/AH 3/5/08 320 ‘9(57,&$/:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 11/15/17 CM DK PR60, PR60TREE S/N S/N QTY. PR60TREE 2 2 1392 2217 2 1 1 155 1968 962 S/N PR1 10 1421 3012 962 155 2217 1392 2 11 2 1 2 1 1968 S/N QTY. PR1TREE Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD B13 B13TREE 1392 2217 157 2504 3012 1968 1 11 1 2 2 2 S1 S/N QTY. S1 S1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1 773 773 1 10 1 1 1421 1580 2217 10 1 1 1421 2217 1580 1 1392 1 1392 DESCRIPTION Neutral PR1, PR1TREE Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 18" 4 6 2 1 5 3 12 9 7 8 10 11 13 16 15 14 17 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 3' 8" 7' DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B14,B14TREE B14 1 2 LB/AH 3/5/08 320 ‘9(57,&$/:'28%/(32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 11/15/17 CM DK 18" Guy position when needed 6" 8" 6" 6" 3" 6" Guy position when needed B14TREE - Avian Safe Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Guy position when needed 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on one phase. Notes : Install split bolt S2 3 2 1 QTY. S/N 15 16 14 12 13 S/N QTY. Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1392 2217 157 2504 1421 1968 S/N QTY. PR60 11 10 9 8 7 6 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B14,B14TREE B14 2 2 LB/AH 3/5/08 320 ‘9(57,&$/:'28%/(32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 11/15/17 CM DK S/N S/N QTY. PR60TREE 2 2 2 156 1968 962 S/N PR2 962 156 2 2 2 1968 S/N QTY. PR2TREE Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Pole Top B14 B14TREE 1392 2217 157 2504 3012 1968 1 11 1 2 2 2 Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 1 1 1 1 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 17 S2 773 2217 1392 335 156 1421 4 2 2217 2217 2 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 5 20 1421 3012 22 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD S/N QTY. S2 1 1 1 1 1 10 773 2217 1392 335 156 1421 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 10 1 2 2 2 Neutral PR60, PR60TREE PR2, PR2TREE Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 18" 4 3 2 1 5 6 7 9 11 8 10 16 13 14 12 17 15 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Guy position when needed 3'-6" 6" 6" 3'-6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B48A B48A 1 2 LB/AH 3/5/08 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 11/15/17 CM DK 16" 6" 11" 4" Neutral 12" FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW Rev. 1 - Updated material list and added avian notes. 1. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on neutral. Notes : Install split bolt 7 8 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 7 8 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B48A B48A 2 2 LB/AH 3/5/08 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 11/15/17 CM DK CR26A 1 4 3 2 DESCRIPTION B48A CR26A QTY. S/N 5 6 4 3 1 5 6 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 8', 3-position, 397 Max Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" 2 3 4 Road & Field Phases PR24 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. S/N PR24 (2) Clamp, Strain, Distribution #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 2 2 302 1967 9 1 300 Neutral Clamp, Strain #2 9 Rev. 1 - Updated material list and added avian notes. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. TOP VIEW DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B49A,B49ATREE B49A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/5/08 LB AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 11/15/17 CM DK 4" 2'-5" 1'-3" 3'-8" 4" 6" 6" Guy position when needed 11" Neutral Neutral White 12" 6" 4" White FRONT VIEW Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 1. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers and covered jumper only required on neutral. Notes : Install split bolt 15 16 Connector, Tap, Wedge 2/0 to 2/0 4 2 2559 19 20 18 17 DESCRIPTION S12 QTY. S/N 12 13 DESCRIPTION 4 3 2 1 S/N QTY. B49A CR26A Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 10 11 9 8 7 DESCRIPTION PR4 (2) QTY. 2217 1421 1412 961 S/N 1968 5 6 2 4 3 3 4 1 5 6 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 8', 3-position, 397 Max Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" S12 QTY. S/N S/N QTY. B49ATREE CR26A PR4TREE (2) QTY. S/N 10 9 8 7 11 PR4,PR4TREE 4 2 2559 22 2 2217 3012 1412 961 1968 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 CR26A Road & Field Phases Connector, Tap, Wedge #2 to #2 PR24 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N QTY. S/N ADDITIONAL MATERIAL 12 13 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N QTY. S/N PR24 (4) PR24 (4) Clamp, Strain, Distribution #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 4 4 302 1967 4 4 302 1967 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B49A,B49ATREE B49A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/5/08 LB AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 11/15/17 CM DK 17 19 18 21 20 S12 Neutral 21 2 2 2 20 2 2 2 2 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Crossarm 10 1 1 1412 1421 2217 1 1 2656 961 10 1 1 1412 1421 2217 1 1 2656 961 Clamp, Strain #2 14 2 300 2 300 Neutral 14 2688 2688 Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW Guy position when needed 3'-6" 6" 6" 3'-6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B50A B50A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/5/08 LB AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 11/15/17 CM DK 16" 6" 7' Guy position when needed 6" 11" 4" 12" Rev. 5 - Added avian note. Install split bolt Avian Safe 7 8 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 9 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. S/N 7 8 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B50A B50A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/5/08 LB AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 11/15/17 CM DK CR26A 1 4 3 2 DESCRIPTION B50A CR26A QTY. S/N 5 6 4 3 1 5 6 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 8', 3-position, 397 Max Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" 2 3 4 Road & Field Phases PR24 PR24 (2) Clamp, Strain, Distribution #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 2 2 302 1967 1 300 Clamp, Strain #2 10 11 12 2 1392 1 108 1 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Eye 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 10 11 9 12 Neutral Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" BACK VIEW Rev. 5 - Added avian note. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B51A,B51ATREE B51A 1 3 ELM 1/31/80 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/5/08 LB AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 11/15/17 CM DK 4" 3'-8" 3'-8" 4" 6" 6" 16" 7'-0" Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 11" SIDE VIEW 16" 6" 6" 4" 12" FRONT VIEW Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Install split bolt Avian Safe TOP VIEW 12 13 Road & Field Phases PR24 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B51A,B51ATREE B51A 2 3 ELM 1/31/80 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/5/08 LB AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 11/15/17 CM DK Neutral 20 21 19 22 23 Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 17 18 Connector, Tap, Wedge, 2/0 to 2/0 4 2 2559 19 DESCRIPTION 4 3 2 1 S/N QTY. B51A CR26A Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 10 11 9 8 7 DESCRIPTION PR4 (2) QTY. 2217 1421 1412 961 S/N 1968 5 6 2 4 3 3 4 1 5 6 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 8', 3-position, 397 Max Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" S/N QTY. B51ATREE CR26A PR4TREE (2) QTY. S/N 9 10 8 7 11 PR4,PR4TREE 4 2 2559 22 2 2217 3012 1412 961 1968 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 CR26A Connector, Tap, Wedge, #2 to #2 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N QTY. S/N ADDITIONAL MATERIAL 12 13 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N QTY. S/N PR24 (4) PR24 (4) Clamp, Strain, Distribution #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 4 4 302 1967 4 4 302 1967 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of B51A,B51ATREE B51A 3 3 ELM 1/31/80 320 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 3/5/08 LB AH 4 7/29/10 KJP 5 11/15/17 CM DK 2 2 2 20 2 2 2 2 Clevis, Strain #2 2 300 2 300 2688 2688 20 21 22 2 1392 1 108 1 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Eye 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 1392 1 108 1 2217 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 23 1 913 Nut, Eye Oval 5/8" 1 913 Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO.11/15/17
Section 330 - Overhead 3 PhaseN New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 330 3b D ISTRIBUTION U P TO 397MCM AAC 8/9/19 C C1B, -TREE 3Ø Sibgle 10' Crossarm - 0° to 5° C C2B, -TREE 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm - 6° to 15° C C3B, -TREE 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm w/ Abgle Pibs - 16° to 30° C C4B, -TREE 3Ø Sibgle 10' Crossarm - High Neutral, 0° to 5° C C5B, -TREE 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm - High Neutral, 6° to 15° C C6B, -TREE 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm - High Neutral, 16° to 30° C C7A, -TREE 3Ø Sibgle 8' Crossarm w/ Pole Top - 0° to 5° N C7AVIAN 3Ø Sibgle 10’ Crossarm w/ Pole Top - 0° to 5° - Aviab Retrofit C C8A, -TREE 3Ø Double 8' Crossarm w/ Pole Top - 6° to 15° N C8AVIAN 3Ø Double 10’ Crossarm w/ Pole Top - 6° to 15° - Aviab Retrofit C C9A, -TREE 3Ø Double 8' Crossarm w/ Double Pole Top - 16° to 30° N C9AVIAN 3Ø Double 10’ Crossarm w/Double Pole Top - 16° to 30° - Aviab Retrofit C C10, -TREE 3Ø Twiggy w/ Pole Top - 0° to 5° C C11, -TREE 3Ø Twiggy w/ Pole Top - 6° to 15° C C12, -TREE 3Ø Twiggy - 16° to 30° C C13, -TREE 3Ø Vertical w/ Pole Top - 0° to 5° C C14, -TREE 3Ø Vertical w/ Double Pole Top - 6° to 15° C C15, -TREE 3Ø Vertical - 16° to 30° C C16, -TREE 3Ø Double Twiggy Circuit - 0° to 5° C C17, -TREE 3Ø Double Twiggy Circuit - 6° to 30° C C19B, -TREE 3Ø Sibgle 10' Crossarm - Double Circuit - 0° to 5° C C20B, -TREE 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm - Double Circuit - 6° to 15° N C22, -TREE 3Ø Twiggy Trabsmissiob Ubderbuild - 0° to 5° N C23, -TREE 3Ø Twiggy Trabsmissiob Ubderbuild - 6° to 30° N New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 330 (C ONTINUED ) 3b D ISTRIBUTION U P TO 397MCM AAC 8/9/19 C C48B 10' Pre-assembled Deadebd - High Neutral C C49B, -TREE 10' Pre-assembled Double Deadebd - High Neutral C C50A 8' Pre-assembled Deadebd C C51A, -TREE 8' Pre-assembled Double Deadebd C C52B 10' Pre-assembled Deadebd C C53B, -TREE 10' Pre-assembled Double Deadebd DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C1B,C1BTREE C1B 1 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 7'-0" 4'-8" 2'-9" 4" 1'-11" 4" Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 6" 6" 11" 6" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C1BTREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Std C7A,C7ATREE is preferred for crossarm construction. Use this standard for underbuild or other special installations. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Install split bolt 19 20 17 S1 18 21 15 16 12 14 13 Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 2217 3 30 1421 1968 3 3 3 1412 961 QTY. S/N PR4 (3) 20 21 19 17 18 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile S/N QTY. 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 S1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C1B,C1BTREE C1B 2 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 12 14 13 15 16 PR4,PR4TREE CR23B CR23B Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" 2 2 1 2 2 1 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7,800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 72" Gain, Pole Plastic QTY. 1 1 1 1 2 2216 1392 155 2217 1394 1412 S/N 709 204 157 26 143 C1B 5 2 3 4 1 6 7 8 9 10 11 157 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1394 1392 155 2216 2217 1412 709 204 CR23B C1BTREE 2 1 QTY. S/N 143 26 PR4TREE(3) 33 3 3 3 QTY. 3 S/N 3012 961 1412 2217 1968 773 1 10 1 1 1421 2217 1580 S1 QTY. 1 S/N 1392 2 8 4 11 7 1 9 6 5 10 3 Neutral Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C2B,C2BTREE C2B 1 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/21/08 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK 7'-0" 6" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 11" 6" 4'-8" 2'-9" 4" 1'-11" 4" Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C2BTREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Std C8A,C8ATREE is preferred for crossarm construction. Use this standard for underbuild or other special installations. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Install split bolt Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 18 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 19 20 Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 15 17 16 14 13 11 12 Pin, Crossarm 1392 1 1 1 2217 773 S/N QTY. 1421 60 S2 1 1 QTY. S/N 156 335 6 6 6 6 1412 2217 961 PR19 (3) 18 17 20 21 19 16 CR24B C2B CR24B 10 9 7 8 6 Brace, Angle, 72" 1 4 10 6 4 2 4 5 3 1 2 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Gain, Pole Plastic 3 1 2 4 QTY. 155 1394 1412 2217 2216 204 S/N 83 709 26 143 1 1392 1 1 2217 773 PR19TREE(3) 1 1 QTY. S2 6 66 6 6 6 10 QTY. 1 4 4 6 1 2 3 156 335 S/N 1412 2217 3012 961 1968 1412 S/N 155 1394 2216 2217 709 204 83 C2BTREE CR24B 2 4 QTY. 26 143 S/N 6 10 1 2 4 9 5 8 3 3 8 PR19,PR19TREE 14 11 13 12 15 S2 Neutral 7 Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C2B,C2BTREE C2B 2 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/21/08 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 21 10 1421 10 1421 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C3B,C3BTREE C3B 1 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 3Ø DOUBLE 10' CROSSARM W/ ANGLE PINS 16° TO 30° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 2 8/9/19 JDK 7'-0" 6" 4'-8" 2'-9" 1'-11" 4" 4" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 11" 6" Rev. 2 - Moved conductor to side of insulators. C3BTREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Std C9A,C9ATREE is preferred for crossarm construction. Use this standard for underbuild or other special installations. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes: Install split bolt Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 15 14 13 11 12 Pin, Angle, CrossarmS/N QTY. 1421 60 6 6 6 6 1412 2217 2658 PR5 (6) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C3B,C3BTREE C3B 2 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 3Ø DOUBLE 10' CROSSARM W/ ANGLE PINS 16° TO 30° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 2 8/9/19 JDK C3B CR24B 10 9 7 8 6 Brace, Angle, 72" 1 4 10 6 4 2 4 5 3 1 2 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Gain, Pole Plastic 3 1 2 4 QTY. 155 1394 1412 2217 2216 204S/N 83 709 26 143 PR5TREE(6) 6 66 6 6 6 10 QTY. 1 4 4 6 1 2 3 1412 2217 3012 2658 1968 1412S/N 155 1394 2216 2217 709 204 83 C3BTREE CR24B 2 4 QTY. 26 143S/N PR5,PR5TREE 11 13 12 14 19 20 18 17 S2 S/N QTY. S2 QTY. S/N 15 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 1392 1 1 1 2217 773 1 1 156 335 1 1392 1 1 2217 773 1 1 156 335 19 18 21 22 20 17 S2 CR24B 6 10 1 2 4 9 5 8 3 3 8 Neutral 7 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 16 16 2606 6 6 2606 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 21 22 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 10 1421 10 1421 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Rev. 2 - Moved conductor to side of insulators. Neutral DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C4B,C4BTREE C4B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK 1'-11" 2'-9" 4" 1'-11" 4" 2'-9" Guy position when needed (Neutral-White) 11" 6" 6" White Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C4BTREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and neutral. Notes : Install split bolt Pin, Crossarm Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 15 16 14 13 12 Pin, Crossarm DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 961 1 10 1 1 1421 2217 1412 PR4 (3) 3 2217 S12 QTY. 1 30 S/N 2656 1421 3 3 QTY. 3 1412 961 S/N 21 20 19 17 18 143 2 2 Gain, Pole Plastic Brace, Angle, 72" 8 11 10 9 5 7 6 4 3 1394 2 155 1392 2216 2 2 1 204 1 1412 2217 2 1 157 709 1 1 Arm, Cross (Distr.) 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" 1 DESCRIPTION S/N 1 26 QTY. CR23B DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C4B,C4BTREE C4B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK PR4,PR4TREE 14 13 12 15 16 1 157 1 961 10 1 1 1421 2217 1412 S12 PR4TREE (3) QTY. 1 33 3 3 3 QTY. 3 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 S/N S/N 2656 3012 961 1412 2217 1968 1394 1392 155 2216 2217 1412 709 204 CR23B 2 1 QTY. S/N 143 26 C4B C4BTREE 19 20 18 17 S12 21 Neutral-White CR23B 2 8 4 11 7 1 9 6 5 10 3 Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7,800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Neutral DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C5B,C5BTREE C5B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK 6" Guy position when needed (Neutral-White) White 2'-9" 4" 2'-9" 1'-11" 4" 1'-11" 11" 6" 6" Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C5BTREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and neutral. Notes : Install split bolt Pin, Crossarm 17 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 20 18 19 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 14 16 15 13 12 11 Pin, Crossarm 961 2 20 2 2 1421 1412 2217 PR19 (3) 6 2217 S13 QTY. 2 60 S/N 2656 1421 6 6 QTY. 6 1412 961 S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C5B,C5BTREE C5B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK 2 961 20 2 2 1421 2217 1412 PR19TREE(3) QTY. 2 66 S13 6 6 6 QTY. 6 S/N S/N 2656 3012 961 1412 2217 1968 C5B C5BTREE 204 2 204 2 Brace, Angle, 72" 6 10 9 8 7 4 1 10 4 6 1394 4 155 1412 2217 2216 10 1 4 6 1394 155 1412 2216 2217 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Gain, Pole Plastic 1 5 4 3 2 CR24B QTY. CR24B 2 1 3 4 26 2 83 709 143 1 3 4 S/N QTY. 26 709 83 143 S/N 19 20 18 16 17 S13 PR19,PR19TREE 14 11 13 12 15 Neutral-White CR24B 6 3 8 9 8 5 10 1 2 4 3 7 Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7,800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C6B,C6BTREE C6B 1 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 3Ø DOUBLE 10' CROSSARM HIGH NEUTRAL, 16° TO 30° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 2 8/9/19 JDK 6" Guy position when needed White 2'-9" 4" 2'-9" 1'-11" 4" 1'-11" 11" 6" 6" (Neutral-White) C6BTREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and neutral. Notes: Install split bolt Rev. 2 - Moved conductor to side of insulators. Pin, Angle, Crossarm 18 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 21 19 20 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 14 17 15 13 12 11 Pin, Angle, Crossarm 2658 2 20 2 2 1421 1412 2217 PR5 (6) 6 2217 S14(2) QTY. 2 60 S/N 2656 1421 6 6 QTY. 6 1412 2658S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C6B,C6BTREE C6B 2 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 3Ø DOUBLE 10' CROSSARM HIGH NEUTRAL, 16° TO 30° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 2 8/9/19 JDK 2 2658 20 2 2 1421 2217 1412 PR5TREE(6) QTY.2 66 S14(2) 6 6 6 QTY. 6 S/N S/N 2656 3012 2658 1412 2217 1968 C6B C6BTREE 204 2 204 2 Brace, Angle, 72" 6 10 9 8 7 4 1 10 4 6 1394 4 155 1412 2217 2216 10 1 4 6 1394 155 1412 2216 2217 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Gain, Pole Plastic 1 5 4 3 2 CR24B QTY. CR24B 2 1 3 4 26 2 83 709 143 1 3 4 S/N QTY. 26 709 83 143S/N PR5,PR5TREE S14 14 13 12 11 15 20 19 18 17 21 Neutral-White CR24B 6 3 8 9 8 5 10 1 2 4 3 7 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White, Polymer Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 166 2606 6 2606 2 2606 2 2606 16 22 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7,800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 22 Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Rev. 2 - Moved conductor to side of insulators. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C7A,C7ATREE C7A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK 7'-0" 3'-8" 18" 6" 3'-8" 4" 6" 4" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C7ATREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Install split bolt 3" 8" 25 26 23 S1 24 27 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C7A,C7ATREE C7A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK 18 20 19 21 22 PR4,PR4TREE CR23A 2 8 1 6 5 10 3 4 7 11 9 PR1,PR1TREE 15 16 17 12 13 14 1 157 3 157 1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 24 Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 27 26 25 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 23 22 19 20 21 18 8 11 9 10 7 6 4 5 1 773 773 1 10 1 1 1421 1580 2217 10 1 1 1421 2217 1580 S1 PR4 (2) S/N QTY. QTY. 1 22 2 2 2 2 S/N 1392 3012 S1 QTY. 1 20 961 2217 1412 1968 2 2 2 QTY. 2 PR4TREE(2) 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1394 2 1392 2216 155 2 1 2 1412 2217 203 709 2 1 1 1 S/N S/N 1392 1421 961 1412 2217 1394 1392 155 2216 2217 1412 709 203 2 1 C7A CR23A C7ATREE QTY. CR23A 2 1 S/N 25 143 2 1 QTY. S/N 143 25 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 14 17 15 16 13 12 PR1 2 10 2 2 1 1 QTY. 155 1421 1392 2217 S/N 962 S/N 2217 3012 11 2 155 962 1968 1392 1 2 2 1 QTY. PR1TREE Neutral Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Arm, Cross (Distr.), 8' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 60" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C7AVIAN C7AVIAN 1 2 CM/DK 12/4/17 330 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ)25$9,$15(752),7 397 AAC MAX WIRE 7'-0" 4'-8" 23" 6" 4'-8" 4" 6" 4" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed Avian Safe Field drill 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Changing Std C7A to a 10' crossarm and lowering the crossarm 5" makes it avian safe. Notes : Install split bolt 3" 8" 25 26 23 S1 24 27 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C7AVIAN C7AVIAN 2 2 CM/DK 12/4/17 330 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ)25$9,$15(752),7 397 AAC MAX WIRE 18 20 19 21 22 PR4 CR23B 2 8 1 6 5 10 3 4 7 11 9 PR1 15 16 17 12 13 14 3 157 1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 24 Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 27 26 25 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 23 22 19 20 21 18 8 11 9 10 7 6 4 5 773 1 10 1 1 1421 2217 1580 S1 PR4 (2) QTY. 1 20 2 2 2 QTY. 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 S/N S/N 1392 1421 961 1412 2217 1394 1392 155 2216 2217 1412 709 204 2 1 C7Avian CR23B 2 1 QTY. S/N 143 26 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 14 17 15 16 13 12 PR1 2 10 2 2 1 1 QTY. 155 1421 1392 2217 S/N 962 Neutral Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 72" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 7'-0" 4" 4" 3'-8" 3'-8" 18" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 6" 3" 8" 6" Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C8A,C8ATREE C8A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK C8ATREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Install split bolt DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C8A,C8ATREE C8A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK PR2 Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 14 16 13 12 11 2 20 2 2 QTY. 2 2217 1421 156 962 S/N Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 20 17 18 19 16 PR19 (2) 40 4 4 4 QTY. 4 S/N 1421 961 1412 2217 26 20 PR19,PR19TREE 18 17 16 19 24 23 22 25 21 9 10 8 7 5 6 4 10 1 4 4 6 1 2 3 1412 10 1394 155 4 1 2217 2216 83 203 709 4 6 1 2 3 1412 155 1394 2216 2217 709 203 83 1 3 2 CR24A C8A QTY. CR24A C8ATREE 2 4 25 143 S/N 2 4 QTY. 25 143 S/N 25 26 24 22 23 21 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 1421 156 335 1392 2217 773 1 10 1 1 1 1 S/N QTY. S2 S/N QTY. 22 2 2 2 2 3012 2217 156 962 1968 PR2TREE 44 PR19TREE(2) QTY. 4 4 4 4 1412 2217 3012 1968 961 S/N 1392 1 10 1 1 1421 773 2217 QTY. 1 1 335 156 S/N S2 12 11 15 PR2,PR2TREE 13 14 S2 Neutral CR24A 6 3 8 9 8 5 10 1 2 4 3 7 Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Brace, Angle, 60" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 8' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Gain, Pole Plastic Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7,800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 7'-0" 4" 4" 4'-8" 4'-8" 23" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 6" 3" 8" 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C8AVIAN C8AVIAN 1 2 CM/DK 12/4/17 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ)25$9,$15(752),7 397 AAC MAX WIRE Avian Safe Field drill 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Changing Std C8A to a 10' crossarm and lowering the crossarm 5" makes it avian safe. Notes : Install split bolt DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C8AVIAN C8AVIAN 2 2 CM/DK 12/4/17 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ)25$9,$15(752),7 397 AAC MAX WIRE PR2 Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 14 15 13 12 11 2 20 2 2 QTY. 2 2217 1421 156 962 S/N Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 20 17 18 19 16 PR19 (2) 40 4 4 4 QTY. 4 S/N 1421 961 1412 2217 26 20 PR19 18 17 16 19 24 23 22 25 21 9 10 8 7 5 6 4 10 4 1 4 6 1 2 3 1412 155 1394 2216 2217 709 204 83 1 3 2 CR24B C8Avian 2 4 QTY. 26 143 S/N 25 26 24 22 23 21 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 1421 156 335 1392 2217 773 1 10 1 1 1 1 S/N QTY. S2 12 11 15 PR2 13 14 S2 Neutral CR24B 6 3 8 9 8 5 10 1 2 4 3 7 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Brace, Angle, 72" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Gain, Pole Plastic Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7,800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C9A,C9ATREE C9A 1 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 3Ø DOUBLE 8' CROSSARM W/ DOUBLE POLE TOP - 16° TO 30° 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 2 8/9/19 JDK 4" 4" 3'-8" 3'-8" Guy position when needed 7'-0" 18" 6" Guy position when needed 6" 8" 6" C9ATREE - Avian Safe 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 2/0 at 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. For 397 AAC at 16°-30° use Std C3B,C3BTREE. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes: Install split bolt 3" See Note 2 for 397 AAC Rev. 2 - Moved conductor to side of insulators. PR2 Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 14 15 13 12 11 2 20 2 2 QTY. 2 2217 1421 156 962S/N 27 25 24 23 26 22 12 11 15 PR2,PR2TREE 8 9 10 7 6 4 5 10 1 4 4 6 1 2 3 1412 10 1394 155 4 1 2217 2216 83 203 709 4 6 1 2 3 1412 155 1394 2216 2217 709 203 83 1 3 2 CR24AC9A QTY. CR24A C9ATREE 2 4 25 143S/N 2 4 QTY. 25 143S/N 26 27 25 23 24 22 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 1421 156 335 1392 2217 773 1 10 1 1 1 1 S/N QTY. S2 S/N QTY. 22 2 2 2 2 3012 2217 156 962 1968 PR2TREE 1392 1 10 1 1 1421 773 2217 QTY. 1 1 335 156S/N S2 PR5TREE(4) QTY. 19 20 18 16 17 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Pin, Angle, Crossarm 4 44 4 4 4S/N S/N QTY. 1421 2658 1412 2217 2217 3012 1412 1968 2658 PR5(4) 13 14 S2 CR24A 6 3 8 9 8 5 10 1 2 4 3 7 Neutral 4 40 4 4 4 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer1968 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C9A,C9ATREE C9A 2 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 3Ø DOUBLE 8' CROSSARM W/ DOUBLE POLE TOP - 16° TO 30° 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 2 8/9/19 JDK 21Brace, Angle, 60" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 8' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Gain, Pole Plastic Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7" Galv., 7,800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 4 2606 2606 4 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR5,PR5TREE 16 18 17 19 20 21 Rev. 2 - Moved conductor to side of insulators. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C9AVIAN C9AVIAN 1 2 CM/DK 12/4/17 330 3Ø DOUBLE 10' CROSSARM W/ DOUBLE POLE TOP - 16° TO 30° - FOR AVIAN RETROFIT 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 8/9/19 JDK 4" 4" 4'-8" 4'-8" Guy position when needed 7'-0" 23" 6" Guy position when needed 6" 8" 6" Avian Safe Field drill 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 2,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Changing C9A to a 10' crossarm and lowering the crossarm 5" makes it avian safe. 3. This angle is too great for skypins with 397 AAC. Use buckarm with cover for 16°-30° in avian areas. Notes: Install split bolt 3" See Note 3 for 397 AAC Rev. 1 - Moved conductor to side of insulators. PR2 Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 14 15 13 12 11 2 20 2 2 QTY. 2 2217 1421 156 962S/N 27 25 24 23 26 22 12 11 15 PR2 9 10 8 7 5 6 4 10 4 1 4 6 1 2 3 1412 155 1394 2216 2217 709 204 83 1 3 2 CR24B C9Avian 2 4 QTY. 26 143S/N 26 27 25 23 24 22 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 1421 156 335 1392 2217 773 1 10 1 1 1 1 S/N QTY. S2 19 20 18 16 17 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Pin, Angle, Crossarm S/N QTY. 1421 2658 1412 2217 PR5(4) 13 14 S2 CR24A 6 3 8 9 8 5 10 1 2 4 3 7 Neutral 4 40 4 4 4 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C9AVIAN C9AVIAN 2 2 CM/DK 12/4/17 330 3Ø DOUBLE 10' CROSSARM W/ DOUBLE TOP - 16° TO 30° - FOR AVIAN RETROFIT 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 8/9/19 JDK 21Brace, Angle, 72" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Gain, Pole Plastic Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7,800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2606 4 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR5 16 18 17 19 20 21 Rev. 1 - Moved conductor to side of insulators. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C10,C10TREE C10 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘7:,**<:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK 3'-0" 7'-0" 6" 6" Guy position when needed 6" Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C10TREE - Avian Safe 18" 18" 3" 8" Guy position when needed Install split bolt 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and one of the outside phases. Notes : 5 6 4 2 3 1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Pin, Pole Top DESCRIPTION 10 2 2 2217 1421 1392 1 2 1 962 155 QTY. S/N PR1 S/N QTY. PR61 PR61,PR61TREE PR1TREE 2 11 2 2 1 1 QTY. 155 3012 1392 2217 S/N 962 1968 C10 C10TREE PR61TREE QTY. S/N 15 17 16 14 13 S1 QTY. S/N S1 QTY. S/N PR1,PR1TREE 4 5 6 1 2 3 15 16 13 S1 14 17 1 773 773 1 10 1 1 1421 1580 2217 10 1 1 1421 2217 1580 1 1392 1 1392 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C10,C10TREE C10 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 ‘7:,**<:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 10/18/07 LB AH 3 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 3 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 1968 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 11 10 8 9 7 12 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 10 11 9 8 7 2 20 1421 2 2 4 2504 82 2217 2217 82 2504 3012 1968 2 22 2 4 2 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 12 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 1395 4 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 18" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C11,C11TREE C11 1 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 ‘7:,**<:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C11TREE - Avian Safe 3'-0" 7'-0" 6" 6" Guy position when needed 6" 18" 18" Guy position when needed Install split bolt 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and one of the outside phases. Notes : 3" 8" S/N QTY. PR61 18 16 15 14 17 S2 13 C11 C11TREE PR61TREE QTY. S/N 15 17 16 14 13 S2 QTY. S/N S2 QTY. S/N 18 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 1 1 773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 1421 10 1 1 773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 1421 10 PR61,PR61TREE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C11,C11TREE C11 2 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 ‘7:,**<:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 10 11 9 8 7 2 20 1421 2 2 4 2504 82 2217 2217 82 2504 3012 1968 2 22 2 4 2 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 12 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 1395 4 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 11 10 8 9 7 12 4 1 3 2 Pin, Pole Top 2 1392 2 1 1 155 962 QTY. S/N PR1 962 155 1392 2 2 1 S/N 1968 PR1TREE QTY. 1 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 2 2217 2217 2 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 5 Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. PR1,PR1TREE 18" 6 2 1 5 3 4 10 1421 3012 11 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 6 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C12,C12TREE C12 1 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 ‘7:,**< ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 8" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators, added avian notes, and changed double pole top to twiggy for angle. C12TREE - Avian Safe 3'-0" 7'-0" 6" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 6" 24" 24" 12" 18" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on top phase and one of the bottom phases. Notes : Install split bolt QTY. S/N PR60 18 13 15 14 17 S2 16 PR60TREE QTY. S/N C12 C12TREE S2 QTY. S/N S2 QTY. S/N Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 1 1 773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 1421 10 1 1 773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 1421 10 PR63,PR63TREE Neutral Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators, added avian notes, and changed double pole top to twiggy for angle. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C12,C12TREE C12 2 2 LB/AH 10/18/07 330 ‘7:,**< ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Insulator, Pin C Neck, Polymer Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1968 1 1 2 2 2504 157 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 1392 2217 157 2504 1968 1 1 2 2 2 PR60,PR60TREE 8" 18" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 1421 3012 11 24" 24" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD S/N QTY. 2217 82 2605 1421 1968 2 20 2 4 2 PR63 2 82 22 2 2 3012 1968 2605 PR63TREE QTY. 4 S/N 2217 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 1395 4 4 1395 1 4 2 5 6 3 9 8 7 12 12 7 7 12 11 10 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 15 17 16 14 13 18 10 11 9 8 7 12 4 1 3 2 5 6 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C13,C13TREE C13 1 2 LB/AH 9/06 330 3Ø VERTICAL W/ POLE TOP 0° TO 5° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 3'-0" 8" 8" 3'-0" 7'-0" Guy position when needed 6" 24" 18" Guy position when needed 6" 6" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C13TREE - Avian Safe 3" 8" Install split bolt 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes: PR62,PR62TREE PR60,PR60TREE DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C13,C13TREE C13 2 2 LB/AH 9/06 330 3Ø VERTICAL W/ POLE TOP 0° TO 5° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK PR1,PR1TREE 15 16 13 S1 14 17 Neutral 6 5 3 4 2 1 QTY. S/N 16 17 15 13 14 S/N QTY. Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1392 2217 157 2504 1421 1 10 1 2 2 2 S/N QTY. PR60 12 11 10 9 8 7 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 20 23 22 21 19 18 2 1392 10 1 11421 1968 2605 PR62 2 2 QTY. 157 2217S/N S/N S/N QTY. PR60TREE 2 1392 1 1 3012 1968 2605 PR62TREE 2 2 QTY. 157 2217S/N 2 2 1392 2217 2 1 1 155 962S/N PR1 10 1421 3012 962 155 2217 1392 2 11 2 1 2 1 1968 S/N QTY. PR1TREE C13 C13TREE 1392 2217 157 2504 3012 1968 1 1 2 2 2 S1 S/N QTY. S1 1 773 773 1 10 1 1 1421 1580 2217 10 1 1 1421 2217 1580 1 1392 1 1392 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Pin, Pole Top Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 11 11 1968 1968 24" 18" 12 11 8 10 9 7 3 2 1 4 5 6 22 20 18 19 21 23 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C14,C14TREE C14 1 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 3Ø VERTICAL W/ DOUBLE POLE TOP 6° TO 15° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 3'-0" 8" 8" 3'-0" 7'-0" 6" 24" 18" 6" 6" 6" Guy position when needed Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators, added avian notes, and cha nged single top to double. C14TREE - Avian Safe 3" 8" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes: Install split bolt Guy position when needed Guy position when needed S/N QTY. 21 24 23 22 20 19 PR62 QTY. S/N PR62,PR62TREE PR60,PR60TREE PR62TREE QTY. S/N S2 S/N QTY. S2 S2 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 1 1773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 1421 10 1 1 773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 1421 10 18 17 16 15 14 13 Neutral DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C14,C14TREE C14 2 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 3Ø VERTICAL W/ DOUBLE POLE TOP 6° TO 15° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK QTY. S/N Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1392 2217 157 2504 1421 1 10 1 2 2 2 S/N QTY. PR60 12 11 10 9 8 7 S/N S/N QTY. PR60TREE S/N PR2 S/N QTY. PR2TREE C14 C14TREE 1392 2217 157 2504 3012 1968 1 1 2 2 2 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 11 1968 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 2 1392 10 1 1 1421 1968 2605 2 2 157 2217 2 1392 1 1 3012 1968 2605 2 2 157 2217 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 11 Wire, Tie, Bare, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate TensilePR2,PR2TREE 4 1 3 2 Pin, Pole Top 2 2217 2 2 2156 962 962 156 2217 2 2 2 1968 2 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 20 1421 3012 22 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 5 18" 21 20 23 19 24 22 9 11 12 10 8 7 17 18 15 13 14 16 3 4 2 1 5 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators, added avian notes, and cha nged single top to double. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C15,C15TREE C15 1 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 ‘9(57,&$/ ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 3'-0" 8" 8" 3'-0" 7'-0" 6" 18" 6" 6" 6" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators, added avian notes, and changed double pole top to twiggy for angle. C15TREE - Avian Safe Guy position when needed 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : 8" 6" 24" 12" Install split bolt Guy position when needed Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 18" S2 PR60,PR60TREE C15 C15TREE Neutral DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C15,C15TREE C15 2 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 ‘9(57,&$/ ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK S/N QTY. S2 S/N QTY. S2 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 1 1 773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 1421 10 1 1 773 2217 1 1 1 1392 335 156 1421 10 18 17 16 15 14 13 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1392 2217 157 2504 1421 2 20 2 4 4 4 S/N QTY. PR60 (2) 6 5 4 3 2 1 S/N QTY. PR60TREE(2) 1392 2217 157 2504 3012 1968 2 2 4 4 4 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 22 Wire, Tie, Bare, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1968 S/N QTY. PR62 PR62TREE QTY. S/N 3 1 4 2 6 5 15 14 17 13 18 16 24" 18" PR62,PR62TREE 7 10 8 9 12 11 11 12 10 8 9 7 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1392 2217 157 2605 1968 1 1 2 2 2 2 1392 11 1 1 1968 2605 2 2 157 2217 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 3012 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators, added avian notes, and changed double pole top to twiggy for angle. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C16,C16TREE C16 1 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 ‘'28%/(7:,**<&,5&8,7 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 18" 3'-0" 3'-0" 7'-0" 24" 6" 6" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 18" Guy position when needed 12" 6" Guy position when needed 6" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C16TREE - Avian Safe Install split bolt 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers required on all three phases on one side of pole and center phase on opposite side. Notes : 16 17 15 13 14 S/N QTY. S1 S/N QTY. PR61(2) PR63 QTY. S/N PR61, PR61TREE PR63, PR63TREE S/N QTY. S1 S/N QTY. PR61TREE (2) PR63TREE QTY. S/N C16 C16TREE Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 773 773 1 10 1 1 1421 1580 2217 10 1 1 1421 2217 1580 1 1392 1 1392 15 16 13 S1 14 17 Neutral DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C16,C16TREE C16 2 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 ‘'28%/(7:,**<&,5&8,7 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 18" 24" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 4 5 3 2 1 4 40 1421 4 4 8 2504 82 2217 2217 82 2504 3012 1968 4 44 4 8 4 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 6 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 8 1395 1395 8 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 2217 82 2605 1421 2 20 2 4 2 2 82 22 2 2 3012 1968 2605 4 2217 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 1395 4 Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 10 11 9 7 8 12 1 6 4 3 2 5 10 12 7 9 8 11 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C17,C17TREE C17 1 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 ‘'28%/(7:,**<&,5&8,7 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 18" 3'-0" 3'-0" 7'-0" 24" 6" 6" Guy position when needed 6" 18" 12" 6" Guy position when needed 6" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C17TREE - Avian Safe Guy position when needed Guy position when needed Install split bolt 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers required on all three phases on one side of pole and center phase on opposite side. Notes : S/N QTY. S3 S/N QTY. S3 S3 Neutral Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Large, ANSI 53-5 Class Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1 1 336 1392 1 2217 1 1 156 774 1421 10 1 1 336 1392 1 2217 1 1 156 774 1421 10 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C17,C17TREE C17 2 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 ‘'28%/(7:,**<&,5&8,7 ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD PR61,PR61TREE PR63,PR63TREE 18" 24" S/N QTY. PR61(2) PR63 QTY. S/N S/N QTY. PR61TREE(2) PR63TREE QTY. S/N C17 C17TREE Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 4 40 1421 4 4 8 2504 82 2217 2217 82 2504 3012 1968 4 44 4 8 4 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 8 1395 1395 8 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 2217 82 2605 1421 2 20 2 4 2 2 82 22 2 2 3012 1968 2605 4 2217 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Washer, Flat Round Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 1395 4 Washer, Lock, Spring Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 3 1 6 4 5 16 15 17 13 18 14 10 12 7 9 8 11 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4 5 3 2 1 6 10 11 9 7 8 12 16 17 15 13 14 18 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C19B,C19BTREE C19B 1 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 3Ø SINGLE 10' CROSSARM DOUBLE CIRCUIT - 0° TO 5° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 6" Guy positionwhen needed 7'-0" 7'-0" Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 18" 6" 6" 4" 4'-8" 4" 2'-9" 1'-11" 6" 4" 4'-8" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C19BTREE - Avian Safe 3" 8" Install split bolt 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phases. Notes: CR23B PR4,PR4TREE 21 2220 18 19 S/N QTY. PR4 (5) 26 25 23 24 S/N QTY. 9 2 4 7 3 11 5 18 20 21 22 11 10 9 6 7 8 5 4 2 3 1 CR23B (2) QTY. S/N 6 1 10 27 S1 25 23 26 27 24 S1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 10 1 12217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 8 2216 155 1394 2217 1412 204 709 157 143 26 1392 S/N QTY. PR4TREE (5) S/N QTY. CR23B (2) QTY. S/N S1 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 4 2 4 4 2216 155 1394 2217 2 2 2 1412 204 709 2 4 2 157 143 26 4 1392 5 2217 5 5 51412 961 50 1421 3012 1968 1412 2217 5 55 5 5 5 961 19 C19B C19BTREE PR1,PR1TREE 14 17 15 13 12 16 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Pin, Pole Top Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 14 17 15 16 13 12 PR1 2 10 2 2 1 1 QTY. 155 1421 1392 2217S/N 962 1968 S/N 2217 3012 11 2 155 962 1968 1392 1 2 2 1 QTY. PR1TREE Neutral 4 2 4 4 2 2 2 2 4 2 4 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C19B,C19BTREE C19B 2 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 3Ø SINGLE 10' CROSSARM DOUBLE CIRCUIT - 0° TO 5° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 72" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1968 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C20B,C20BTREE C20B 1 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 '28%/(&,5&8,7ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 6" Guy position when needed 7'-0" 7'-0" Guy position when needed 18" 6" 6" 4" 4'-8" 4" 2'-9" 1'-11" 6" 4" 4'-8" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. C20BTREE - Avian Safe Install split bolt Guy position when needed 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phases. Notes : CR24B 19 20 18 16 17 S/N QTY. 100 10 10 2217 1421 1412 10 10 961 PR19 (5) 24 23 21 22 S/N QTY. 8 4 10 6 3 8 2 1 10 9 6 7 8 5 4 2 3 1 1394 1412 155 204 2216 2217 709 83 CR24B (2) QTY. 143 26 S/N 5 7 9 25 26 26 22 24 23 25 S3 21 S/N QTY. S3 S3 PR19,PR19TREE S/N QTY. 110 10 10 2217 3012 1412 10 10 1968 961 PR19TREE (5) 8 2 20 1394 1412 155 4 12 8 2 6 204 2216 2217 709 83 CR24B (2) 8 4 QTY. 143 26 S/N C20B C20BTREE 14 15 13 11 12 S/N QTY. PR2 S/N QTY. PR2TREE Pin, Pole Top 2 2217 2 2 2 156 1968 962 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 20 1421 3012 962 156 2217 22 2 2 2 1968 2 PR2,PR2TREE 11 14 13 12 Neutral 20 16 17 18 19 Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Large, ANSI 53-5 Class 1 1 336 1392 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1 2217 1 1 156 774 1421 10 1 1 336 1392 1 2217 1 1 156 774 1421 10 8 2 20 4 12 8 2 6 8 4 15 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C20B,C20BTREE C20B 2 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 '28%/(&,5&8,7ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Brace, Angle, 72" Arm, Cross (Distr.), 10' x 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 1968 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C22,C22TREE C22 1 2 CM/AH 12/4/17 330 3Ø TWIGGY TRANSMISSION UNDERBUILD 0° TO 5° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 18" Min. 10' 3'-0" 7-0" 24" For tall poles, make sure the distribution can be reached by a service/line truck. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on top phase and one of the bottom phases of the distribution. Notes: 15 13 16 17 14 QTY. S/N PR60TREE QTY. S/N 16 17 15 13 14 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile S/N QTY. 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 S1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C22,C22TREE C22 2 2 CM/AH 12/4/17 330 ‘7:,**<75$160,66,2181'(5%8,/' ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE S/N QTY. 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 S1 PR63TREE 10 11 9 7 8 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 4 5 3 2 1 1968 1 11 3012 1 2 2 2504 157 2217 6 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 QTY. S/N PR60 QTY. S/N PR63 1392 2217 157 2504 1421 1968 1 10 1 2 2 2 C22 C22TREE PR60,PR60TREE 3 5 6 1 4 2 S1 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 18" PR63,PR63TREE 12 10 11 9 7 8 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 2217 82 2605 1421 1968 2 20 2 4 2 2 82 22 2 2 3012 1968 2605 4 2217 Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 5/8" 1395 4 4 1395 12 9 7 11 10 8 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 11 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C23,C23TREE C23 1 2 CM/AH 12/4/17 330 3Ø TWIGGY TRANSMISSION UNDERBUILD 6° TO 30° 397 AAC MAX WIRE 18" Min. 10' 3'-0" 7'-0" For tall poles, make sure the distribution can be reached by a service/line truck. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 3,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on top phase and one of the bottom phases of the distribution. Notes: 24" 17 15 13 QTY. S/N PR60TREE QTY. S/N S/N QTY. S2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C23,C23TREE C23 2 2 CM/AH 12/4/17 330 ‘7:,**<75$160,66,2181'(5%8,/' ƒ72ƒ 397 AAC MAX WIRE S/N QTY. S2 PR63TREE 10 11 9 7 8 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 4 5 3 2 1 1968 1 11 3012 1 2 2 2504 157 2217 6 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 QTY. S/N PR60 QTY. S/N PR63 1392 2217 157 2504 1421 1968 1 10 1 2 2 2 C23 C23TREE PR63,PR63TREE PR60,PR60TREE 3 6 5 1 4 2 S2 14 18 16 16 17 15 13 14 Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Clevis, D.E. Insulator 1340 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 1 1 1 1 1 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 773 2217 1392 335 156 1421 1 1 1 1 1 10 773 2217 1392 335 156 1421 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 18" 18 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 2217 82 2605 1421 1968 2 20 2 4 2 2 82 22 2 2 3012 1968 2605 4 2217 Washer, Flat, Round Galv., 5/8" 1395 4 4 1395 12 24" 24" 8 9 7 12 10 11 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW NEUTRAL DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C48B C48B 1 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK 6" 6" 6" 1'-7" 2'-11" 6" 2'-11" 1'-7" 16" 11" 12" Rev. 1 - Added avian note.1. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and phase on neutral side. Notes: Install split bolt 7 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 1 302 QTY. S/N 5 6 CR27B 7 CR27B Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Deadend Assembly, 10', 4-position, 397 Max DESCRIPTION S/N 1392 2218 174 2 2 2 QTY. 1 2555 C48B 4 3 2 1 3 2 4 3 2 4 1 Phases Neutral Additional Material PR24 S/N 302 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NPR24 (3) 6 5 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 3 3302 1967 Back View Rev. 1 - Added avian note. Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C48B C48B 2 2 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW NEUTRAL Guy position when needed (Neutral-White) 3" 6" 6" 1'-7" 2'-11" 6" 2'-11" 1'-4" 1'-4" 3'-4" 4" 6" 16" 11" 4" 12" White DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C49B,C49BTREE C49B 1 3 ELM 1/31/80 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 397 AAC MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 7/23/10 KJP 5 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Install split bolt 1. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers and tree wire jumpers only required on center phase and phase on neutral side. Notes : DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C49B,C49BTREE C49B 2 3 ELM 1/31/80 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 397 AAC MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 7/23/10 KJP 5 12/4/17 CM DK Load Load Load Load Angle of Turn Bisected Angle 1. Maximum angle with 397 is 60 , limited by the 3/4" machine bolt. 2. Angle must be bisected so that each eye-nut has half the angle. Notes : Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. DEADEND FOR ANGLED SPANS 12 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 2 302 QTY. S/N CR27B DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. C49B 6 9 8 7 5 S/N PR4 (3) QTY. 4 3 2 1 Connector, Tap, Wedge, 397 to 397 13 2501 6 10 11 12 PR4,PR4TREE 7 8 6 5 9 2 302 QTY. S/N CR27B S/N QTY. S/N PR4TREE (3) QTY. 2501 6 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Arm, Deadend Assembly, 10', 4-position, 397 Max 2 1392 2 2 1 2218 174 2555 2 1392 2 2 1 2218 174 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 3 30 3 3 3 2217 1421 1412 961 1968 3 33 3 3 3 2217 3012 1412 961 1968 15 2656 1 QTY. S/N 2656 1 QTY. S/N 16 17 18 19 Pin, Crossarm 961 1 961 1 Washer, Square Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 1412 1 1412 1 2217 1 2217 1 1421 10 1421 10 S12 17 18 16 15 19 S12 S12 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral Phases Connector, Tap, Wedge, 2/0 to 2/0 14 2559 2 2559 2 Additional Material PR24 S/N 302 QTY. S/N 11 10 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 6 6 302 1967 PR24 (6) QTY. S/N 6 6 302 1967 PR24 (6) Neutral-White C49BTREE CR27B 3 2 4 3 2 4 1 2555 DESCRIPTION Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev. 5 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White, Polymer Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C49B,C49BTREE C49B 3 3 ELM 1/31/80 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 397 AAC MAX WIRE 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 3 7/23/10 KJP 5 12/4/17 CM DK ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW Guy position when needed 3'-6" 6" 6" 3'-6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C50A C50A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 12/4/17 CM DK 16" 6" 7'-0" Guy position when needed 6" 11" 4" 12" Rev. 4 - Added avian note. Install split bolt Avian Safe S10 7 8 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 14 15 13 12 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile DESCRIPTION S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 7 8 11 9 10 12 13 14 15 CR26A 1 4 3 2 DESCRIPTION C50A CR26A QTY. S/N 5 6 4 3 1 5 6 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Deadend Assembly, 8', 3-position, 397 Max Nut, Eye Oval 3/4", Galv. 2 3 4 Center Phase Road & Field Phases PR25 PR24 Neutral Back View DESCRIPTION PR25 QTY. S/N 10 9 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 1 1 302 1967 PR24 (2) Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 2 2 302 1967 11 1 2909 Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" Rev. 4 - Added avian note. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C50A C50A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 12/4/17 CM DK Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C51A,C51ATREE C51A 1 4 ELM 1/31/80 330 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 12/4/17 CM DK 4" 2'-5" 1'-3" 3'-8" 4" 6" 6" 16" 7'-0" Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 11" SIDE VIEW 5" 11" 12" 6" 6" 4" Rev. 4 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Install split bolt See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers and tree wire jumper only required on center phase. Note : DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C51A,C51ATREE C51A 2 4 ELM 1/31/80 330 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 4 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. Load Load Load Load Angle of Turn Bisected Angle 1. Maximum angle with 397 is 60 , limited by the 3/4" machine bolt. 2. Angle must be bisected so that each eye-nut has half the angle. Notes : DEADEND FOR ANGLED SPANS TOP VIEW S10 For buck position only 19 20 21 22 16 14 15 12 13 24 S11 23 Center Phase Road & Field Phases Neutral Neutral PR25 PR24 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C51A,C51ATREE C51A 3 4 ELM 1/31/80 330 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 4 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. 17 18Connector, Tap, Wedge, 397 to 397 6 22501 2559 21 22 20 19 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 23 24 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Nut, Eye Oval 5/8" S/N QTY. 1 1 913 302 S11 4 3 2 1 S/N QTY. C51A CR26A Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 10 11 9 8 7 PR4 (3) 3 30 3 3 QTY. 3 2217 1421 1412 961 S/N 1968 5 6 2 4 3 3 4 1 5 6 2 1392 2 2218 1 12508 174 1 175 1 914 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Deadend Assembly, 8', 3-position, 397 Max Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" S10 QTY. S/N S/N QTY. S11 S/N QTY. C51ATREE CR26A PR4TREE (3) QTY. S/N 10 9 8 7 11 PR4,PR4TREE 6 2 2501 2559 1 1 1 108 302 2217 2 1392 1 1 913 302 3 33 3 3 3 2217 3012 1412 961 1968 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2508 174 1 175 1 914 CR26A Connector, Tap, Wedge, 2/0 to 2/0 Front View QTY. S/N QTY. S/N Additional Material 12 13 QTY. S/N QTY. S/NPR24 (4) PR24 (4) Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 4 4302 1967 4 4 302 1967 14 15 QTY. S/N QTY. S/NPR25 (2) PR25 (2) Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 2 2302 1967 2 2 302 1967 16 Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass 20" 2 2909 2 2909 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C51A,C51ATREE C51A 4 4 ELM 1/31/80 330 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 12/4/17 CM DK Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Rev. 4 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian notes. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW 4'-6" 6" 6" 4'-6" 16" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C52B C52B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 12/4/17 CM DK 6" 11" 12" Rev. 4 - Added avian note. Install split bolt Avian Safe S10 7 8 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 KV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 2 2 1967 302 QTY. S/N 14 15 13 12 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 KCM S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 7 8 11 9 10 12 13 14 15 CR26B 2 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Deadend Assembly, 3-position, 397 Max 1 4 3 2 DESCRIPTION 1 1392 2 2 1 2218 174 2680 C52B CR26B QTY. S/N 4 3 3 4 1 6 1 175 Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" 5 914 1 5 6 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Center Phase Road & Field Phases Neutral Back View PR24 (2) 11 10 9 PR25 QTY. S/N DESCRIPTION Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 MCM Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 1 1 302 1967 Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" 1 2909 PR25 PR24 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C52B C52B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/19/07 LB AH 4 12/4/17 CM DK Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Rev. 4 - Added avian note. FRONT VIEW DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C53B,C53BTREE C53B 1 4 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK TOP VIEW For buck position only 4" 3'-5" 1'-3" 4'-8" 4" 6" 6" 16" 7'-0" Guy position when needed 6" 6" Guy position when needed 11" 4" 12" Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. Install split bolt See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers and tree wire jumper only required on center phase. Note : DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C53B,C53BTREE C53B 2 4 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. Load Load Load Load Angle of Turn Bisected Angle 1. Maximum angle with 397 is 60 , limited by the 3/4" machine bolt. 2. Angle must be bisected so that each eye-nut has half the angle. Notes : DEADEND FOR ANGLED SPANS CR26B 2 4 3 3 4 1 5 6 S10 19 20 21 22 16 14 15 24 S11 23 12 13 10 9 8 7 11 PR4,PR4TREE Center Phase Road & Field Phases Neutral Neutral PR25 PR24 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C53B,C53BTREE C53B 3 4 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. 17 18 Connector, Tap, Wedge, 397 to 397 6 2 2501 2559 21 22 20 19 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv. 5/8" S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 23 24 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Nut, Eye Oval 5/8" S/N QTY. 1 1 913 302 S11 4 3 2 1 S/N QTY. C53B CR26B 10 11 9 8 7 PR4 (3) QTY. S/N 6 5 6 2 2501 2559 S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 S/N QTY. 1 1 913 302 S11 S/N QTY. C53BTREE CR26B PR4TREE (3) QTY. S/N Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Deadend Assembly, 3-Position, 397 Max Nut, Eye Oval 3/4" 2 1392 2 1 1 2218 174 2680 1 175 1 914 2 1392 2 1 1 2218 174 2680 1 175 1 914 Connector, Tap, Wedge, 2/0 to 2/0 QTY. S/N Additional Material QTY. S/N 12 13 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 KV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 4 4 1967 302 QTY. S/N PR24(4) 16 15 14 PR25 (2) QTY. S/N Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 to 397.5 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis 302 1967 Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" 2909 4 4 1967 302 QTY. S/N PR24 (4) PR25 (2) QTY. S/N 2 2 302 1967 2 2909 2 2 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of C53B,C53BTREE C53B 4 4 LB/AH 12/19/07 330 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 397 AAC MAX WIRE 1 12/4/17 CM DK Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 3 30 3 3 3 2217 1421 1412 961 1968 3 33 3 3 3 2217 3012 1412 961 1968 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16" Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Rev. 1 - Eliminated porcelain pin insulators and added avian note. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION08/09/19
Section 340 - Overhead 3 Phase HeavyN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 340 T HREE -P HASE H EAVY D ISTRIBUTION 795MCM AAC & 336 MCM ACSR 1/4/2018 C D1B 3Ø Single 10' Crossarm - 0° to 5° C D2B 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm - 6° to 15° C D3B 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm w/ Angle Vise-Tops - 16° t o 30° C D4B 3Ø Single 10' Crossarm - High Neutral - 0° to 5° C D5B 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm - High Neutral - 6° to 15 ° C D6B 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm w/ Angle Vise-Tops - High Neutral, 16° to 30° C D7A 3Ø Single 8' Crossarm w/ Pole Top - 0° to 5° C D8A 3Ø Double 8' Crossarm w/ Double Pole Top - 6° t o 15° C D10 3Ø Twiggy - 0° to 5° C D11 3Ø Twiggy - 6° to 15° C D13 3Ø Vertical w/ Pole Top Post - 0° to 5° C D14 3Ø Vertical w/ Double Pole Top Post - 6° to 15° C D16 3Ø Double Twiggy Circuit - 0° to 5° C D17 3Ø Double Twiggy Circuit - 6° to 15° C D19B 3Ø Single 10' Crossarm - Double Circuit - 0° to 5° C D20B 3Ø Double 10' Crossarm - Double Circuit - 6° to 15° N D22 3Ø Twiggy Transmission Underbuild – 0° to 5° N D23 3Ø Twiggy Transmission Underbuild – 6° to 15° C D48B 10' Pre-assembled Deadend - High Neutral C D49B 10' Pre-assembled Double Deadend - High Neutral C D50A 8' Pre-assembled Deadend C D51A 8' Pre-assembled Double Deadend N New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 34b (C ONTINUED ) T HREE -P HASE H EAVY D ISTRIBUTION 795MCM AAC & 336 MCM ACSR 1/4/2018 C D52B 10' Pre-assembled Deadebd C D53B 10' Pre-assembled Double Deadebd 4" 4'-8" 1'-11" 2'-9" 4" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D1B D1B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 22" 6" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 11" 6" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Std D7A is preferred for crossarm construction. Use this standard for underbuild or other special installations. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off CR23B S1 S/N QTY. PR42 (3) 19 20 18 16 17 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset 5/8" x 14" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" S/N QTY. 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 S1 6 9 5 4 3 10 2 1 8 7 11 18 16 19 20 17 143 2 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 Gain, Pole Plastic Brace, Angle, 72" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 8 11 10 9 5 7 6 4 3 1394 2 155 1392 2216 2 2 1 204 1 1412 2217 2 1 157 709 1 1 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' 1 S/N 1 26 QTY. CR23B DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D1B D1B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. PR42 13 12 14 15 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 3 1412 3 3 3 2217 2439 961 15 14 12 13 D1B ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Guy position when needed 4" 4'-8" 1'-11" 2'-9" 4" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D2B D2B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 6" 6" 22" 6" Guy position when needed 11" 6" Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Std D8A is preferred for crossarm construction. Use this standard for underbuild or other special installations. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off CR24B PR43 S/N QTY. PR43 (3) S/N QTY. 11 14 12 13 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 72" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Round, Galv., Flat, 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 7 10 9 8 6 5 4 2 1 6 2217 155 1 4 1394 10 4 1412 2216 2 1 3 204 709 83 4 2 143 26 CR24B QTY. S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D2B D2B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 9 8 6 7 3 5 8 4 10 1 2 S3 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION S3 16 20 15 18 17 19 Neutral 19 18 16 17 Clevis, DE Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool Clevis, Large, ANSI 53-5 Class 1 1 336 1392 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 2217 1 1 156 774 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 12 14 13 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 6 1412 6 6 6 2217 2439 961 D2B 15 11 3 20 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4" 6" 6" 7'-0"DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D3B D3B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 3Ø DOUBLE 10' CROSSARM W/ ANGLE VISE-TOPS 16° TO 30° 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK Guy position when needed 6" 22" 6" Guy position when needed 11" 6" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. Use this standard for underbuild or other special installations. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes: Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and upda ted material list. 4" 4'-8" 1'-11" 2'-9" Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: · 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off 15 13 14 12 11 PR44 (6) QTY. S/N Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 72" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 6 9 10 8 7 5 4 3 2 1 6 2217 155 1 4 1394 10 4 1412 2216 2 1 3 204 709 83 4 2 143 26 CR24B QTY. S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D3B D3B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50:$1*/(9,6(7236 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 18 19 17 16 S3 QTY. S/N DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 12 15 PR44 11 14 13 CR24B 9 3 8 6 7 5 8 4 10 1 2 Clevis, DE Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Large, ANSI 53-5 Class 1 1 336 1392 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 2217 1 1 156 774 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 21 17 18 16 20 19 S3 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Angle, Crossarm Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 6 6 6 6 6 2439 2217 2606 1412 2658 Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. D3B 20 21 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Neutral 4" 2'-9" 1'-11" 1'-11" 2'-9" 4" Guy position when needed DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D4B D4B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50+,*+1(875$/ ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 22" 11" 6" (Neutral-White) White 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and neutral. Notes : Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off S12 PR42 (3) QTY. S/N 6 10 3 PR42 1 11 4 5 9 7 CR23B 8 2 16 18 17 20 19 19 20 18 16 17 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Crossarm S/N QTY. 10 1 1 1412 1421 2217 1 1 2656 961 S12 143 2 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 Gain, Pole Plastic Brace, Angle, 72" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 8 11 10 9 5 7 6 4 3 1394 2 155 1392 2216 2 2 1 204 1 1412 2217 2 1 157 709 1 1 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' 1 S/N 1 26 QTY. CR23B DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D4B D4B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50+,*+1(875$/ ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 13 12 14 15 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 3 1412 3 3 3 2217 2439 961 15 14 12 13 D4B ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4" 2'-9" 1'-11" 1'-11" 2'-9" 4" Guy position when needed Neutral DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D5B D5B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50+,*+1(875$/ ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 6" 6" 22" 11" 6" (Neutral-White) White 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and neutral. Notes : Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off PR43 S13 S/N QTY. PR43 (3) 18 19 17 15 16 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Crossarm S/N QTY. 20 2 2 2217 1421 1412 2 2 2656 961 S13 11 14 12 13 15 17 16 18 19 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 72" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 7 10 9 8 6 5 4 2 3 1 6 2217 155 1 4 1394 10 4 1412 2216 2 1 3 204 709 83 4 2 143 26 CR24B QTY. S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D5B D5B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50+,*+1(875$/ ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral CR24B 9 3 8 7 5 4 10 1 2 Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 14 11 13 12 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 6 1412 6 6 6 2217 2439 961 6 D5B 8 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D6B D6B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 3Ø DOUBLE 10' CROSSARM W/ ANGLE VISE-TOPS HIGH NEUTRAL, 16° TO 30° 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 4" 1'-11" 2'-9" 4" 6" 6" 11" Guy position when needed 6" 22" 6" 2'-9" 1'-11" Neutral White 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 3. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and neutral. Notes: Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and upda ted material list. Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: · 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off · 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off · Remove bolts with socket stick · Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off (Neutral-White) PR44 (6) QTY. S/N 143 4 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 72" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" 8 10 9 5 7 6 4 3 2216 4 1412 1394 155 4 1 10 709 1 204 2217 6 2 83 3 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' 1 S/N 2 26 QTY. CR24B DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D6B D6B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50:$1*/(9,6(7236 +,*+1(875$/ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK S14 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer 16 2 2656 Pin, Angle, Crossarm 17 2 2658 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 18 2 1412 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 19 2 2217 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 20 20 1421 QTY. S/N S14 (2) 20 16 17 18 19 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION CR24B 9 3 8 6 7 3 5 4 10 1 2 Neutral 21 Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 12 15 PR44 11 14 13 15 13 14 12 11 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Angle, Crossarm Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 6 6 6 6 6 2439 2217 2606 1412 2658 D6B 2606 2 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 7", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 21 8 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4" 3'-8" 3'-8" 4" 18" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D7A D7A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 6" Guy position when needed 8" 3" 6" Guy position when needed 18" Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Install split bolt 6" Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off CR23A PR42S1 16 14 15 13 12 QTY. S/N S/N QTY. PR42 (2) 24 25 23 21 22 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" S/N QTY. 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 S1 23 21 24 25 22 6 9 5 4 3 10 2 1 8 7 11 14 16 13 15 12 18 143 2 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile 2 Gain, Pole Plastic Brace, Angle, 60" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 8 11 10 9 5 7 6 4 3 1394 2 2216 1392 155 2 2 1 203 1 2217 1412 2 1 709 157 1 1 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 8' 1 S/N 1 25 QTY. CR23A DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D7A D7A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 3Ø SINGLE 8' CROSSARM W/ POLE TOP 0° TO 5° 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral PR40 PR40 Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and upda ted material list. Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 2 1412 2 2 22217 2439 961 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 962 1 2439 1 2 1392 2 2 155 2217 Pin, Pole Top 20 19 17 18 17 19 20 D7A ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4" 3'-8" 4" 3'-8" 6" 3" 8" 18" 7'-0" 6" Guy position when needed DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D8A D8A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50:'28%/(32/( 723ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 6" 18" 6" Guy position when needed 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off PR41 PR43 CR24A S/N QTY. PR41 S/N QTY. PR43 (2) 22 23 21 19 20 S/N QTY. S3 5 9 4 10 6 3 2 1 14 13 16 17 11 15 18 Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 8' Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Brace, Angle, 60" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Spring, Lock, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Spring, Lock, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 6 9 10 8 7 5 4 3 2 1 2217 6 155 1 4 1394 10 4 1412 2216 2 1 3 203 709 83 4 2 143 25 CR24A QTY. S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D8A D8A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 3Ø DOUBLE 8' CROSSARM W/ DOUBLE POLE TOP - 6° TO 15° 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 6/7/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 24DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION S3 20 24 19 22 21 23 Neutral Clevis, DE Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool, Large, ANSI 53-5 Class 1 1336 1392 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 12217 1 1 156 774 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 7 8 Rev. 3 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and upda ted material list. Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Pole Top Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2 2156 2217 2 2 962 2439 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 4 1412 4 4 42217 2439 961 13 14 12 11 17 18 16 15 12 D8A ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 18" 3" 6" 3'-0" 8" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D10 D10 1 2 340 ‘7:,**< ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/28/02 HWH DLK 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK Guy position when needed 6" 6" Guy position when needed 8" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and one of the outside phases. Notes : Rev. 3 - Changed all insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off 7'-0" 8" 3'-0" 18" 6" 3" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D11 D11 1 2 340 ‘7:,**< ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/28/02 HWH DLK 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 6" Guy position when needed 6" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and one of the outside phases. Notes : Rev. 3 - Changed all insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Install split bolt 8" Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Guy position when needed S/N QTY. PR41 S/N QTY. PR61V 14 15 13 11 12 10 QTY. S/N S3 3 2 4 1 PR41 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D11 D11 2 2 340 ‘7:,**< ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/28/02 HWH DLK 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION S3 11 15 10 13 12 14 Neutral Clevis, DE Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Large, ANSI 53-5 Class 1 1 336 1392 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 2217 1 1 156 774 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 18" 6 7 5 9 Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lb Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 2 2 2 4 2504 82 2217 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile PR61V Rev. 3 - Changed all insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Pole Top Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2 2 156 2217 2 2 962 2439 8 9 7 5 6 4 3 1 2 8 D11 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 3'-0" 3'-0" 7'-0" 8" 3" 8" 8" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D13 D13 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘9(57,&$/:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 24" 18" 6" 6" 6" Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 6" 6" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Rev. 3 - Changed all insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Guy position when needed Guy position when needed PR40 S1 3 1 PR60V 17 PR62V DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D13 D13 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘9(57,&$/:32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 12 14 13 11 8 9 10 7 6 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR60V S1 QTY. QTY. S/N S/N DESCRIPTION PR40 QTY. S/N DESCRIPTION 18 20 19 17 16 QTY. PR62V S/N 19 4 2 18 16 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 1 2217 1 1 1 1580 1392 773 15 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 1421 20 12 11 13 Neutral 8" 18" 8" 24" 15 14 7 6 8 10 9 Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs 1 1 2 2 2504 157 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16" Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs 1392 2217 157 2605 1 1 2 2 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Rev. 3 - Changed all insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 4 5 1 3 2 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 962 1 2439 1 2 1392 2 2 155 2217 Pin, Pole Top 5 D13 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 3'-0" 3'-0" 7'-0" 8" 3" 8" 8" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D14 D14 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘9(57,&$/:'28%/(32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 6" 6" Guy position when needed 6" 24" 18" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase. Notes : Rev. 3 - Changed all insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 6" Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off Guy position when needed Guy position when needed PR41 3 2 4 1 16 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D14 D14 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘9(57,&$/:'28%/(32/(723 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 16 19 18 17 15 7 8 9 6 5 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR60V S3 QTY. QTY. S/N S/N DESCRIPTION PR41 QTY. S/N DESCRIPTION 12 14 13 11 10 QTY. S/N 20 19 17 18 20 S3 Neutral Clevis, DE Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Large, ANSI 53-5 Class 1 1 336 1392 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 2217 1 1 156 774 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 PR62V 15 PR60V PR62V 11 10 12 18" 8" 24" 14 13 6 5 7 9 8 Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs 1 1 2 2 2504 157 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs 1392 2217 157 2605 1 1 2 2 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Rev. 3 - Changed all insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Pole Top Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2 2 156 2217 2 2 962 2439 3 4 2 1 D14 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 18" 3'-0" 3'-0" 7'-0" 24" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D16 D16 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/(7:,**<&,5&8,7 2ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 12/11/07 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 18" Guy position when needed 12" 6" Guy position when needed Rev. 3 - Added avian note and changed to vise-top insulators on twiggy arms. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers required on all three phases on one side of pole and center phase on opposite side. Notes : Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D16 D16 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/(7:,**<&,5&8,7 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 12/11/07 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 4 5 3 1 2 DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. PR61V (2) 7 10 9 8 6 DESCRIPTION PR63V QTY. S/N S1 15 14 12 13 11 DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. S1 12 14 13 11 15 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class 1 2217 1 1 1 1580 1392 773 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 1421 Neutral 4 2 3 5 1 PR61V 9 7 8 10 6 10 PR63V Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 4 4 4 8 2504 82 2217 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 5/8" 8 1395 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs 2217 82 2605 2 2 4 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Rev. 3 - Added avian note and changed to vise-top insulators on twiggy arms. D16 18" 24" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 3'-0" 3'-0" 7'-0" 24" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D17 D17 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/(7:,**<&,5&8,7 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 6" Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 18" Guy position when needed 12" 6" Guy position when needed 18" 24" Rev. 3 - Added avian note and changed to vise-top insulators on twiggy arms. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers required on all three phases on one side of pole and center phase on opposite side of pole. Notes : 18" Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D17 D17 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/(7:,**<&,5&8,7 ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/10/06 LB AH 3 1/4/18 CM DK S/N QTY. PR61V (2) 7 10 9 8 6 PR63V QTY. S/N 15 14 12 13 11 S/N QTY. Additional Material 14 12 11 13 14 15 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, 795 Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 2 303 1 108 2 1 1392 2217 Nut, Eye, Oval, Galv., 5/8" 1 913 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Neutral 4 2 1 5 PR61V 9 7 8 6 10 PR63V 3 Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 4 5 3 2 1 4 4 4 8 2504 82 2217 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 5/8" 8 1395 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs 2217 82 2605 2 2 4 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Rev. 3 - Added avian note and changed to vise-top insulators on twiggy arms. D17 18" 24" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 7'-0" 7'-0" Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 6" 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D19B D19B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 '28%/(&,5&8,7ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK 18" 6" 6" Guy position when needed 4" 4'-8" 4" 4'-8" 4" 2'-9" 1'-11" 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phases. Notes : Rev. 4 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 8" 3" Install split bolt Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off CR23B PR42 S/N QTY. PR42 (5) 24 23 21 22 S/N QTY. 9 2 4 7 3 11 5 11 10 9 6 7 8 5 4 2 3 1 CR23B (2) QTY. S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D19B D19B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘6,1*/( &5266$50 '28%/(&,5&8,7ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK 6 1 10 25 S1 23 21 24 25 22 S1 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 8 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Square, Cast, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Brace, Angle, 72" Gain, Pole Plastic Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' 4 2 4 4 2216 155 1394 2217 2 2 2 1412 204 709 2 4 2 157 143 26 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 4 1392 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION PR40 12 S/N QTY. PR40 DESCRIPTION Neutral Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 961 5 2439 5 5 1412 2217 Pin, Crossarm Rev. 4 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 20 19 17 18 15 14 12 13 13 15 16 17 18 20 19 D19B 5 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 14 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 962 1 2439 1 2 1392 2 2 155 2217 Pin, Pole Top 16 7'-0" 7'-0" Guy position when needed DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D20B D20B 1 3 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 '28%/(&,5&8,7ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK 18" 6" 6" 6" 4" 4'-8" 4" 2'-9" 1'-11" 6" 4" 4'-8" Rev. 4 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phases. Notes : 8" 3" Install split bolt Guy position when needed Guy position when needed Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off CR24B PR43 8 4 10 6 3 9 2 1 5 7 9 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D20B D20B 2 3 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 '28%/(&,5&8,7ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK 11 16 PR41 Rev. 4 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. 12 13 14 15 17 18 22 20 19 21 22 23 Neutral S/N QTY. PR43 (5) S/N QTY. Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" Bolt, Double, Arm, 5/8" x 20", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7", Galv., 7800 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' 10 9 6 7 8 5 4 Gain, Pole Plastic Brace, Angle, 72" 2 3 1 8 2 20 1394 1412 155 4 12 8 2 6 204 2216 2217 709 83 CR24B (2) 8 4 QTY. 143 26 S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D20B D20B 3 3 ELM 1/31/80 340 ‘'28%/( &5266$50 '28%/(&,5&8,7ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 14 13 11 12 S/N QTY. Additional Material DESCRIPTION PR41 Rev. 4 - Changed post insulators to vise-top, added avian note, and updated material list. Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer Pin, Crossarm 10 1412 10 10 10 2217 2439 961 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Pin, Pole Top Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2 2 156 2217 2 2 962 2439 16 17 15 18 D20B 23 22 20 21 19 Clamp, Strain Distribution, 795 Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 2 303 1 108 2 1 1392 2217 Nut, Eye Oval 5/8" Galv. 1 913 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D22 D22 1 2 CM/DK 1/4/18 340 ‘7:,**<75$160,66,2181'(5%8,/' ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on top phase and one of the bottom phases of the distribution. Notes : Min. 10' 3'-0" 7'-0" 24" For tall poles, make sure the distribution can be reached by a service/line truck. 18" Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off 13 11 14 15 12 14 15 13 11 12 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Small, ANSI 53-2 Class Bolt, Double Upset, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. 10 1 1 2217 1421 1580 1 1 1392 773 S1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D22 D22 2 2 CM/DK 1/4/18 340 ‘7:,**<75$160,66,2181'(5%8,/' ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE S1 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, 5/8" PR63V 10 9 8 7 6 PR60V 3 4 2 1 5 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N PR60V QTY. S/N PR63V Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs 1 1 2 2 2504 157 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs 2217 82 2605 2 2 4 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18," Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 4 5 3 1 2 9 10 8 6 7 D22 18" 24" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D23 D23 1 2 CM/DK 1/4/18 340 ‘7:,**<75$160,66,2181'(5%8,/' ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE Min. 10' 3'-0" 7'-0" 24" For tall poles, make sure the distribution can be reached by a service/line truck. 1. Maximum line angle calculated for 5,000 lbs. MWT and 250-ft ruling span. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on top phase and one of the bottom phases of the distribution. Notes : 18" Vise-Top Installation: x 1st tighten the bottom bolt until ring breaks off x 2nd tighten the top bolt until ring breaks off x Remove bolts with socket stick x Do not reuse bolts after rings have broken off 14 15 11 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. S3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D23 D23 2 2 CM/DK 1/4/18 340 ‘7:,**<75$160,66,2181'(5%8,/' ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC MAX WIRE QTY. S/N PR60V QTY. S/N PR63V PR63V 10 9 8 7 PR60V 6 13 16 12 3 4 2 1 5 Arm, Epoxy 18" 2500 lbs 1 1 2 2 2504 157 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1392 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 16", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Arm, Epoxy 24" 2500 lbs 2217 82 2605 2 2 4 2 Insulator, Vise-Top, Polymer 2439 Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 5/8" 4 1395 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 18", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 4 5 3 1 2 9 10 8 6 7 11 12 Clevis, DE Insulator 1344 Insulator, Spool, Clevis, Large, ANSI 53-5 Class 1 1 336 1392 14 15 13 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 2217 1 1 156 774 16 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 1421 10 S3 D23 18" 24" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW NEUTRAL DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D48B D48B 1 2 LB/AH 12/11/07 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 6" 1'-7" 2'-11" 6" 2'-11" 1'-7" 16" 11" 12" Rev. 1 - Added avian note and updated material list. 1. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers only required on center phase and phase on neutral side. Notes : Install split bolt 5 6 CR29B CR29B Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 10', 4-position, 336 & 795 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" DESCRIPTION S/N 1392 2218 174 2 2 2 QTY. 1 2668 4 3 2 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D48B D48B 2 2 LB/AH 12/11/07 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 1/4/18 CM DK 3 2 4 3 2 4 1 Phases Rev. 1 - Added avian note and updated material list. D48B 5 6 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Strain, Distribution 795 AAC Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 3 3 1967 303 QTY. S/N Additional Material 7 Clamp, Strain, Distribution #2 - 397.5 1 302 7 Neutral ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW 3" NEUTRAL DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D49B D49B 1 3 LB/AH 12/11/07 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 1/4/18 CM DK Guy position when needed 6" 1'-7" 2'-11" 6" 2'-11" 1'-4" 1'-4" 3'-4" 4" 6" 16" 11" 4" 12" White Rev. 1 - Added avian note, changed from porcelain to polymer insulators, and updated material list. Neutral White 1. This framing is for clearance limited situations only. 2. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers and tree wire jumpers required on center phase and phase on neutral side. Notes : Install split bolt DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D49B D49B 2 3 LB/AH 12/11/07 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 1/4/18 CM DK Load Load Load Load Angle of Turn Bisected Angle 1. Maximum angle with 795 is 30 , limited by the 3/4" machine bolt. 2. Angle must be bisected so that each eye-nut has half the angle. Notes : DEADEND FOR ANGLED SPANS 15 16 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Strain, Distribution, 795 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 6 6 1967 303 QTY. S/N CR29B CR29B Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 10', 4-position, 336 & 795 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" DESCRIPTION S/N 1392 2218 174 2 2 2 QTY. 1 2668 Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 6 Pin, Crossarm Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" 8 7 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 5 961 3 1412 2217 3 3 DESCRIPTION S/N PR4 (3) QTY. 3 1968 4 3 2 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D49B D49B 3 3 LB/AH 12/11/07 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND HIGH NEUTRAL 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 1/4/18 CM DK 3 2 3 2 4 1 15 16 Phases Additional Material 10 12 11 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, White Polymer Pin, Crossarm 1 1 1 2217 2656 961 QTY. S/N S12 13 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 1 1412 14 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 1421 DESCRIPTION Neutral 4 7 5 9 8 6 PR4 12 11 14 10 13 S12 D49B 17 Neutral Rev. 1 - Added avian note, changed from porcelain to polymer insulators, and updated material list. 9 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 30 1421 17 18 19 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Connector, Tap, Wedge, 795 to 795 Connector, Tap, Wedge, 397 to 397 2 6 2 302 2477 2501 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW 3'-6" 6" 6" 3'-6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D50A D50A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 7'-0" 16" 11" 12" Rev. 4 - Added avian note and updated material list. Install split bolt Avian Safe S10 8 9 7 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Strain, Distribution, 795 AAC Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" Insulator, Suspension, 15 KV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 3 1 3 303 2909 1967 QTY. S/N 12 13 11 10 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile DESCRIPTION S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 7 8 9 7 8 10 11 12 13 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D50A D50A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK CR28A 2 3 1 4 3 2 DESCRIPTION CR28A QTY. S/N 4 3 4 1 5 6 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 3-position, 336 & 795 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2509 174 Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4", Galv. 1 175 1 914 6 5 Additional Material Middle Phase Outside Phases Neutral Rev. 4 - Added avian note and updated material list. D50A ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW 4" 2'-5" 1'-3" 3'-8" 4" 6" 6" 16" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D51A D51A 1 4 ELM 1/31/80 340 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 6" 11" 4" SIDE VIEW 5" 11" 12" Rev. 4 - Added avian note, changed from porcelain to polymer insulators, and updated material list. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers and tree wire jumper only required on center phase. Note : Install split bolt DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D51A D51A 2 4 ELM 1/31/80 340 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK Rev. 4 - Added avian note, changed from porcelain to polymer insulators, and updated material list. Load Load Load Load Angle of Turn Bisected Angle 1. Maximum angle with 795 is 30 , limited by the 3/4" machine bolt. 2. Angle must be bisected so that each eye-nut has half the angle. 3. Phase separation may limit the angle. Use shackle clevises (S/N 1625) for angles. Notes : DEADEND FOR ANGLED SPANS S10 17 18 19 20 14 12 13 12 13 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D51A D51A 3 4 ELM 1/31/80 340 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK 22 S11 21 CR28A 2 3 5 4 3 4 1 6 Middle Phase Outside Phases Neutral Neutral 9 7 11 10 8 PR4 Rev. 4 - Added avian note, changed from porcelain to polymer insulators, and updated material list. 12 13 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Strain, Distribution, 795 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 6 6 1967 303 QTY. S/N 15 16 14 Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" 2 2909 19 20 18 17 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile DESCRIPTION S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 21 22 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Nut, Eye Oval 5/8", Galv. DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. 1 1 913 302 S11 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D51A D51A 4 4 ELM 1/31/80 340 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK DESCRIPTION 4 3 2 1 S/N QTY. CR28A 10 11 9 8 7 DESCRIPTION PR4 (3) QTY. S/N 5 6 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Arm, Deadend Assembly, 3-position, 336 & 795 2 1392 2 2218 1 1 2509 174 Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4", Galv. 1 175 1 914 Additional Material Connector, Tap, Wedge, 795 to 795 Connector, Tap, Wedge, 397 to 397 6 2477 2 2501 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Pin, Crossarm Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 961 3 1412 1421 2217 30 3 3 3 1968 D51A Rev. 4 - Added avian note, changed from porcelain to polymer insulators, and updated material list. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW 4'-6" 6" 6" 4'-6" 16" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D52B D52B 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK 6" 11" 12" Rev. 4 - Added avian note and updated material list. Install split bolt Avian Safe S10 7 8 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, 795 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer 3 3 1967 303 QTY. S/N 9 Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" 1 12 13 11 10 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 7 8 9 7 8 10 11 12 13 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D52B D52B 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK CR28B 2 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Arm, Deadend Assembly, 3-position, 336 & 795 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 4 3 2 1 1392 2 2 1 2218 174 2681 CR28B QTY. S/N 4 3 3 4 1 6 Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile 1 175 Nut, Eye Oval 3/4", Galv. 5 914 1 5 6 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Center Phase Road & Field Phases Additional Material Neutral Rev. 4 - Added avian note and updated material list. D52B 2909 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW For buck position only 4" 3'-5" 1'-3" 4'-8" 4" 6" 6" 16" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D53B D53B 1 4 ELM 1/31/80 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed 6" 11" 4" SIDE VIEW 5" 11" 12" Rev. 4 - Added avian note and updated material list. See Std AC - Avian Covers - Section 400 if needed. Covers and tree wire jumper only required on center phase. Note : Install split bolt DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D53B D53B 2 4 ELM 1/31/80 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK Rev. 4 - Added avian note and updated material list. Load Load Load Load Angle of Turn Bisected Angle 1. Maximum angle with 795 is 30 , limited by the 3/4" machine bolt. 2. Angle must be bisected so that each eye-nut has half the angle. 3. Phase separation may limit the angle. Use shackle clevises (S/N 1625) for angles. Notes : DEADEND FOR ANGLED SPANS S10 17 18 19 20 14 12 13 12 13 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D53B D53B 3 4 ELM 1/31/80 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK 2 CR28B 22 S11 21 3 4 3 4 1 5 6 Center Phase Road & Field Phases Neutral Neutral Front View 9 7 11 10 8 PR4 Rev. 4 - Added avian note and updated material list. 12 13 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, 795 Insulator, Suspension, 15 kV Clevis-Tongue, Polymer Type 6 6 1967 303 15 16 14 Connector, Tap, Wedge, 795 to 795 6 2 2 2477 2501 2909 19 20 18 17 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate Tensile S10 1 1 1 108 302 2217 QTY. 2 S/N 1392 21 22 Clamp, Strain, Distribution, #2 - 397.5 Nut, Eye Oval 5/8", Galv. S/N QTY. 1 1 913 302 S11 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of D53B D53B 4 4 ELM 1/31/80 340 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC MAX WIRE 1 2/11/81 GGW 2 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 12/11/07 LB AH 4 1/4/18 CM DK Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Arm, Deadend Assembly, 3-position, 336 & 795 Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 14", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile 4 3 2 1 S/N 2218 1392 2 2 1 174 QTY. 1 2681 CR28B 10 11 9 8 7 PR4 (3) QTY. S/N Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,350 lbs Ultimate Tensile Nut, Eye Oval 3/4", Galv. 6 5 914 175 1 1 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Additional Material Insulator, Guy Strain, Fiberglass, 20" Connector, Tap, Wedge, 397 to 397 Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Pin, Crossarm 1 2217 1 1 1 1412 961 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 10 1421 Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polymer 1968 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev. 4 - Added avian note and updated material list. D53B QTY. S/N ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO.01/04/18
Section 350 - Overhead Fiber OpticN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 35 0 O VERHEAD F IBER O PTIC 8/13/2021 N FO1 Tangent – 0° to 20° N FO2 Angle – 20 ° to 30° N FO3 Tangent – Fiberglass Arm N FO2 1 Storage Loo p N FO42 Double Deadend Tangent N FO43 Double Deadend Angled N FOR Riser 2 3 1 Support, Al, Thru-bolt, for ADSS fiber, 20° Max Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv, 12,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, Galv, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole DESCRIPTION 1 1 1 156 1392 3001 QTY. S/N FO1A DATE SECTION APP: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FO1,FO1A FO1 1 1 KJP/DRK 8/11/21 350 FIBER OPTIC STACKABLE TANGENT SUPPORT 0° to 20° ADSS FIBER ITEM NO. 5" CPU fiber is top attachment in communication space 1 1 1 156 1392 3000 QTY. S/N FO1 4 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 5/8" 1 2217 1 2217 5" 1. Follow Joint Use Std JU2 - Pole Attachment Guidelines - Section 1910. 2. Maximum span length is 450 feet. 3. Call for additional support and 4" longer bolt when stacking. 4. Banding slot is available for steel poles. 5. Use Std FO1 for 48-count and Std FO1A for 96-count fiber. Notes : No more than 2 in stack 3.2" Ultimate Vertical 1000 lb 4 2 3 1 Banding Slot 96-Count 48-Count S/N 157 Length 158 159 160 16" 18" 20" 22" 161 24" 5/8" Machine Bolt 0 5 Tag, "O" (& Zero), Character, 1" 2 2636 2 2636 6 Tag, "1", Character, 1" 1 2648 1 2648 7 Holder, Identification Tag, 4 Position 1 2588 1 2588 0 1 5 8 6 8 Wrap, Tie, Fluoropolymer, 7" 2 3022 2 3022 7 DATE SECTION APP: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FO2,FO2A FO2 1 1 KJP/DRK 8/11/21 350 FIBER OPTIC SUSPENSION SUPPORT 0° to 30° ADSS FIBER 1. Follow Joint Use Std JU2 - Pole Attachment Guidelines - Section 1910. 2. Maximum span length is 450 feet. 3. Banding attachment is available for steel poles. 4. Use Std FO2 for 48-count and Std FO2A for 96-count fiber. Notes : Ultimate Vertical 7000 lb CPU fiber is top attachment in communication space 5 3 4 4 2 1 2 3 1 Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 14", Galv, 12,400 lb Ultimate Tensile DESCRIPTION 1 1 108 3003 QTY. S/N FO2A ITEM NO. 1 1 108 3002 QTY. S/N FO2 Shackle, Anchor, Galv, 25,000 lb 1 3007 1 3007 96-Count 48-Count Support, Al, Suspension, for ADSS fiber, 30° Max 4 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, Galv, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick w/ 13/16" Hole 2 1392 2 1392 5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 5/8" 1 2217 1 2217 0 0 1 6 7 8 Tag, "O" (& Zero), Character, 1" 2 2636 2 2636 Tag, "1", Character, 1" 1 2648 1 2648 Holder, Identification Tag, 4 Position 1 2588 1 2588 6 7 9 9 Wrap, Tie, Fluoropolymer, 7" 2 3022 2 3022 8 2 4 1 Support, Dielectric, Arm, for ADSS fiber, 20° Max Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv, 12,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, Galv, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick w/ 13/16" Hole DESCRIPTION 2 2 1 156 1392 3005 QTY. S/N FO3A DATE SECTION APP: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FO3,FO3A FO3 1 1 KJP/DRK 8/11/21 350 FIBER OPTIC STANDOFF ARM 0° to 20° ADSS FIBER ITEM NO. 3 Arm, Standoff, Fiberglass, 1.5" diameter, 12" long, 5/8" thread 1 3008 2 5/8" 4" 12" Do NOT build a storage loop around arm. 5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 5/8" 2 2217 8" 2 2 1 156 1392 3004 QTY. S/N FO3 1 3008 2 2217 1. Follow Joint Use Std JU2 - Pole Attachment Guidelines - Section 1910. 2. Maximum span length is 450 feet. 3. Banding slot is available for steel poles. 4. Use Std FO3 for 48-count and Std FO3A for 96-count fiber. 5. Ultimate Longitudinal Load = 1000 lb Notes : Ultimate Vertical 1000 lb Ultimate Transverse 1000 lb CPU fiber is top attachment in communication space Banding Slot Banding Slot 96-Count 48-Count 5 3 4 1 2 Tag, "O" (& Zero), Character, 1" 2 2636 2 2636 Tag, "1", Character, 1" 1 2648 1 2648 Holder, Identification Tag, 4 Position 1 2588 1 2588 7 6 8 0 0 1 Install "001" ID tag on fiber near support 6 7 8 Wrap, Tie, Fluoropolymer, 7" 2 3022 2 3022 9 9 2 3 1 Storage Kit, Fiber, OH, includes 2 loop brackets, 1 cable guide Deadend Assembly, for ADSS fiber 2 1 3010 3011 QTY. S/N FO21A DATE SECTION APP: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FO21,FO21A FO21 1 1 KJP/DRK 8/11/21 350 FIBER OPTIC STORAGE LOOP ADSS FIBER ITEM NO. 4 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, Galv, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick w/ 13/16" Hole 2 1392 1. Follow Joint Use Std JU2 - Pole Attachment Guidelines - Section 1910. 2. Storage should be easily accessible by bucket truck. 3. Length of fiber in storage to be at least 150 feet. 4. Call separately for splice case (s/n 3013) and aerial clamps (s/n 3020). 5. Use Std FO21 for 48-count and Std FO21A for 96-count fiber. Notes : 2 1 3009 3011 QTY. S/N FO21 2 1392 CPU fiber is top attachment in communication space 5 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 5/8" 2 2217 2 2217 6 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 14", Galv, 12,000 lb Ultimate Tensile 1 2382 1 2382 2 913 Nut, Eye, Oval, 5/8", Galv 2 913 Call for s/n 3013 for splice case and s/n 3020 for aerial clamps. Strap cables together with cable ties installed approximatly every 18" Storage Loop Only Storage Loop with Splice Case 96-Count 48-Count 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 Tag, "O" (& Zero), Character, 1" 2 2636 2 2636 Tag, "1", Character, 1" 1 2648 1 2648 Holder, Identification Tag, 4 Position 1 2588 1 2588 7 8 9 7 8 9 Wrap, Tie, Fluoropolymer, 7" 2 3022 2 3022 10 Wrap, Tie, Acetal, 13.5" 25 3023 25 3023 11 10 DESCRIPTION 5 6 3 11 11 2 3 1 Deadend Assembly, for ADSS fiber DESCRIPTION 2 3010 QTY. S/N FO42A DATE SECTION APP: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FO42,FO42A FO42 1 1 KJP/DRK 8/11/21 350 FIBER OPTIC TANGENT DOUBLE DEADEND ADSS FIBER ITEM NO. 4 Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 14", Galv, 12,000 lb Ultimate Tensile 1 2382 2 1392 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 5/8" 2 2217 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, Galv, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick w/ 13/16" Hole 6" Guy position when needed 2 3009 QTY. S/N FO42 1 2382 2 1392 2 2217 1. Follow joint use Std JU2 - Pole Attachment Guidelines - Section 1910. 2. Maximum span length is 450 ft. 3. Use Std FO42 for 48-count and Std FO42A for 96-count fiber. 4. Call for guying separately if needed. Notes : Ultimate Tension 1000 lb CPU fiber is top attachment in communication space 5 2 913 Nut, Eye, Oval, 5/8", Galv 2 913 96 Count 48 Count 1 5 4 2 3 Guide, Pole, for ADSS fiber 1 3021 1 3021 6 6 0 0 1 7 Tag, "O" (& Zero), Character, 1" 2 2636 2 2636 Tag, "1", Character, 1" 1 2648 1 2648 Holder, Identification Tag, 4 Position 1 2588 1 2588 7 8 9 8 9 Wrap, Tie, Fluoropolymer, 7" 2 3022 2 3022 10 10 DATE SECTION APP: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FO43,FO43A FO43 1 1 KJP/DRK 8/11/21 350 FIBER OPTIC 90° DOUBLE DEADEND ADSS FIBER 1. Follow Joint Use Std JU2 - Pole Attachment Guidelines - Section 1910. 2. Maximum span length is 450 feet. 3. Use Std FO43 for 48-count and Std FO43A for 96-count fiber. 4. Call for downguy and anchor separately. Notes : Ultimate Tension 1000 lb CPU fiber is top attachment in communication space 6" 7 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Additional Materials ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4 2 3 1 2 2 2 2 2218 753 174 1910 Hook, Guy, 25,400 lb Ultimate Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 4" w/ 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 3/4" Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 14", 18,350 lb Ultimate Tensile 6 5 2 2 1394 1132 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Washer, Flat, Round, Galv, 1/2" QTY. G41 (2) S/N FO41A 2 3010 QTY. S/N Additional Materials 2 2 2 2 2218 753 174 1910 2 2 1394 1132 QTY. G41 (2) S/N FO41 2 3009 QTY. S/N 8 2 914 2 914 Nut, Eye, Oval, 3/4", Galv Deadend Assembly, for ADSS fiber 6 5 7 8 4 2 3 96-Count 48-Count Tag, "O" (& Zero), Character, 1" 2 2636 2 2636 Tag, "1", Character, 1" 1 2648 1 2648 Holder, Identification Tag, 4 Position 1 2588 1 2588 9 11 10 9 10 11 Wrap, Tie, Fluoropolymer, 7" 2 3022 2 3022 12 12 0 0 1 Detail A 1 See Detail A SECTION APP: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FOR,FORA FOR 1 2 KJP/DRK 8/11/21 350 FIBER OPTIC RISER ADSS FIBER 1. Follow joint use Std JU2 - Pole Attachment Guidelines - Section 1910. 2. Maximum span length is 450 feet. 3. Use Std FOR for 48-count and Std FORA for 96-count fiber. 4. Call for downguy and anchor separately. Notes : 1000 lb 6 2 1 5 3 4 7 8 12" 8'-0" 9 10 11 the pole away from the approaching traffic. and 1 foot below is Schedule 80 PVC. 12 13 bracket to be removed by CPU when riser is completed. 0 0 1 14 15 16 17 36" 48" 14" Deadend Assembly Detail (Item 7) SECTION APP: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FOR,FORA FOR 2 2 KJP/DRK 8/11/21 350 FIBER OPTIC RISER ADSS FIBER 7 Additional Material NO. ITEM NO. 2 3 1 1 1 1 2218 753 174 1910 Hook, Guy, 25,400 lb Ultimate Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 4" with 13/16" hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 3/4" Bolt, Machine 3/4" x 14", 18,350 lb Ultimate Tensile 5 1 1 1394 1132 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Washer, Flat, Round, Galv, 1/2" G41 S/N FORA 3010 S/N Additional Material 1 1 1 2218 753 174 1910 1 1 1394 1132 G41 S/N FOR 3009 S/N 914 1 914 Nut, Eye, Oval, 3/4", Galv Deadend Assembly, for ADSS fiber 96 Count 48 Count 10 Bracket, Standoff, 10 1/2", with Stop 11 Conduit, PVC, 2" X 10', Sch 80 12 End Bell, 2", Sch 40 9 13 1131 6 1131 3 226 3 226 30 2205 30 2205 1 2206 1 2206 295 3 295 Tag, "O" (& Zero), Character, 1" 2 2636 2 2636 Tag, "1", Character, 1" 1 2648 1 2648 Holder, Identification Tag, 4 Position 1 2588 1 2588 14 16 15 Wrap, Tie, Fluoropolymer, 7" 2 3022 2 3022 1708/13/21
Section 400 - Overhead ConductorN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 400 O VERHEAD C ONDUCTOR 1/17/2019 ~ AC Avian Covers ~ BFD Bird Flight Diverters ~ L4 Splicing Guide, Compression Type Sleeves ~ L5 Splicing Guide, Automatic Type ~ L6, L7 Midspan Tap, Flying Tap C LA1, LA2 Lightning Arrester ~ SE10 Mobile Home Trailer Connection ~ SS1 1Ø Slack Span - 2/0 ACSR Max Wire ~ SS2 2Ø Slack Span - 2/0 ACSR Max Wir e ~ SS3 3Ø Slack Span - 2/0 ACSR Max Wire ~ TI2 Single Insulators Two - Piece Tie, Copper Type Conductors ~ TI3 Hot Line Tying Guide, Copper Type Conductors ~ TI4 Conductor Tying Guide, Single Insulator, ACSR or Aluminum ~ TI5 Conductor Tying Guide, Double I nsulator, ACSR or Aluminum DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of AC AC 1 3 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 AVIAN COVERS DEADEND SIDE VIEW TOP VIEW 1 2 Avian, Cover, Deadend Insulator, #6-795 Avian, Cover, Extender, #6-795 1 2897 S/N QTY. ACDE DESCRIPTION Note : 58" 27" Covers required on center phase only if at least 60" horizontal separation between outside phases. For high neutral, cover middle phase and neutral. 1 2914 1 2 Cover only first skirt of insulator Install extender after deadend insulator cover ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of AC AC 2 3 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 AVIAN COVERS SINGLE INSULATOR SIDE VIEW TOP VIEW 42" 1 2 Avian, Cover, Single Post Insulator, #6-795 Avian, Cover, Extender, #6-795 S/N QTY. DESCRIPTION 104" 1 2 2 Notes : 1. Covers required on center phase only if at least 60" horizontal separation between outside phases. For high neutral, cover middle phase and neutral. 2. Use Std ACS for pin insulators and use Std ACSL for line post and vise-top insulators. 1 2 Avian, Cover, Single Pin Insulator, #6-795 Avian, Cover, Extender, #6-795 1 2873 S/N QTY. ACS DESCRIPTION 2 2914 1 2874 ACSL 2 2914 Install extender after insulator cover ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of AC AC 3 3 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 AVIAN COVERS DOUBLE INSULATOR SIDE VIEW 1 2 TOP VIEW 42" 104" 1 2 Avian, Cover, Double Post Insulator, #6-795 Avian, Cover, Extender, #6-795 1 2876 S/N QTY. ACDL DESCRIPTION 2 2 2914 Notes : 1. Covers required on center phase only if at least 60" horizontal separation between outside phases. For high neutral, cover middle phase and neutral. 2. Use Std ACD for pin insulators and use Std ACDL for line post and vise-top insulators. 1 2 Avian, Cover, Double Pin Insulator, #6-795 Avian, Cover, Extender, #6-795 1 2875 S/N QTY. ACD DESCRIPTION 2 2914 Install extender after insulator cover ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BFD BFD 1 7 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 BIRD FLIGHT DIVERTERS 1 OD of Coil Length SCOPE Bird Flight Diverters (BFDs) provide a visual image that helps birds avoid collisions with overhead power lines. When installed, the BFD increases the visible profile of the conductor. MATERIAL BFDs are made from rigid, high impact, UV stabilized PVC material. CPU has standardized on a gray-colored diverter. Studies have determined that color is not a determining factor of BFD HIIHFWLYHQHVV7KHDUHGHVLJQHGWREHXVHGLQDPELHQWWHPSHUDWXUHVUDQJLQJIURPƒ)WR ƒ)ZLWKDPD[LPXPRSHUDWLQJWHPSHUDWXUHRIƒ) ƒ&  Wire Size Stock Number Wire Range (inches)* Length (inches) Coil (inches) MIN MAX #6 Cu N/A** #4 Cu 2883 0.175 0.249 7.00 2.25 #2 ACSR 2884 0.250 0.349 8.5 2.5 2/0 ACSR 2885 0.450 0.599 14.625 4.25 397 AAC*** 2886 0.600 0.770 17.0 4.25 795 AAC*** 2887 0.971 1.121 15.5 4.25 * Range printed on BFDs ** Not manufactured *** Not kept in stock--let Purchasing know in advance so they can be ordered. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BFD BFD 2 7 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 BIRD FLIGHT DIVERTERS 1 INSTALLATION BFDs are installed on the topmost and outside primary conductors and can be installed on span guys, down guys and static wire. Most migratory birds will flare up and away to avoid collision with a visible conductor. BFDs are not required on lower conductors (neutral, secondary or communication cables). The heliformed rod gripping section (the small end) of the BFD is sized to the diameter of the conductor and can be installed with a hotstick. The positive grip on the conductor ensures that the BFD remains in the applied position and cannot move along the span under aeolian vibration or other conditions. The larger helical end is designed to provide the birds a more visual reference of the line. BFDs should be installed on alternating conductors at 15-foot intervals. See the following drawings for spacing on various framings. All spans that have BFDs installed shall be documented on as-builts and sent to Mapping & Drafting. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BFD BFD 3 7 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 BIRD FLIGHT DIVERTERS ¡ 1 15' 15' 15' Primary Bird Flight Diverter (BFD) every 15' on alternating wires BFD not required on system neutral BFD not required on comm cables Primary Conductor Note : All spans constructed with BFDs shall be documented by sending construction as-builts to Mapping. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BFD BFD 4 7 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 BIRD FLIGHT DIVERTERS ¡:,7++,*+1(875$/ 1 Bird Flight Diverter (BFD) every 15' on alternating wires BFD not required on comm cables 15' 15' 15' Primary Primary and system neutral Conductor System neutral Note : All spans constructed with BFDs shall be documented by sending construction as-builts to Mapping. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BFD BFD 5 7 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 BIRD FLIGHT DIVERTERS ¡&5266$50257:,**< 1 Bird Flight Diverter (BFD) every 15' on alternating wires BFD not required on system neutral BFD not required on comm cables 15' 15' 15' Primary Primary Conductor Note : All spans constructed with BFDs shall be documented by sending construction as-builts to Mapping. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BFD BFD 6 7 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 BIRD FLIGHT DIVERTERS ¡&5266$50:7:,**< OR SKY PIN 1 Bird Flight Diverter (BFD) every 15' on alternating wires BFD not required on system neutral BFD not required on comm cables 15' 15' 15' Primary Primary Conductor Note : All spans constructed with BFDs shall be documented by sending construction as-builts to Mapping. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of BFD BFD 7 7 CM/DK 10-18-17 400 BIRD FLIGHT DIVERTERS ¡&5266$50:26.<3,1 1 Bird Flight Diverter (BFD) every 15' on alternating wires BFD not required on system neutral BFD not required on comm cables 15' 15' 15' Primary Conductor Primary Note : All spans constructed with BFDs shall be documented by sending construction as-builts to Mapping. Marking will vary according to sleeve. COMPRESSION SLEEVE BEFORE SPLICING COMPRESSION SPLICE COMPLETE Number of presses will vary with sleeve length. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of L4 L4 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 400 SPLICING GUIDE COMPRESSION TYPE SLEEVES 1. Clean the wire before making the splice. 2. Begin presses at center of sleeve and work toward ends, press entire length of sleeve. 3. Groove letters printed on sleeves correspond to groove letters printed on tool. Notes : Center stop Automatic Splice Dimples 1/2 L 1/2 L DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of L5 L5 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 400 SPLICING GUIDE, AUTOMATIC TYPE 1. Clean the wire before making the splice. 2. Measure overall length of automatic splice. 3. Check that machined dimples are holding the center stop in the center of the splice. Reject any splice that is not centered. 4. Measure and mark the conductor at a length equal to 1/2 the splice length to ensure complete insertion. 5. Wire brush the conductor to ensure electrical and mechanical contact. 6. Insert the conductor to center stop. The clamping jaws should grab with 1/2" to 1" travel. 7. Reject and replace any automatic splice that does not adequately grip the conductor. 8. Automatic splices are rated for 90% of the conductor strength. Notes : SLACK SPAN TAP (L6) FLYING TAP (L7) LINE CONDUCTOR TYPICAL TOP VIEW Offset 2nd & 3rd phases Wedge Tap Wedge Tap REV 1 - Redrawn in CAD DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of L6, L7 L6 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 400 MIDSPAN TAPS DISTRIBUTION 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 1. Limit tap conductor "Maximum Working Tension" (MWT) to 15% of ultimate breaking strength of smallest conductor involved. 2. Minimum of three (3) feet of vertical spacing between phase conductors for two & three phase installations. Notes : 1. Minimum of four (4) feet of between circuits with five (5) foot normal spacing. 2. Jumpers to be slack & same conductor as line conductor. Notes : 2 Conductor, Cu, 1/C, #4, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THWDESCRIPTION 7 2512 LA2 QTY. S/N Arrester, Surge, 9kV, MOV, Riser Pole 1 DESCRIPTION QTY. 1 LA1 58S/N Arrester, Surge, 9kV, MOV, Riser Pole 1 1 58 1 1 2 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of LA1,LA2 LA1 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 400 LIGHTNING (SURGE) ARRESTER 1 2/23/00 HWH/JEH MA 2 12/14/09 KJP 3 1/16/19 CM DK Rev 3: Added Hotline Clamps, Wildlife Guard, One-Hole Compression Lugs, and increased amount of #4 red wire. 3 Clamp, Hotline GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only 2 283 3 2 3 4 Connector, Compression Lug, #4, Cu/Al, One-Hole, Tin-Plated, For Arreste r2 2548 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4 4 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester 2 1 2583 5 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester1 2583 2 5 TRAILER PANEL BONDED TO PANEL AND TRAILER CHASSIS GROUND BUS NEUTRAL BUS APPROVED GROUND CLAMP, EXPOSED GROUND #4 CU. MIN. GROUND BUS 200A POLE DISCONNECT CONTINUOUS METER CAN 2" CONDUIT 5'-0" TO 7'-0" 10' NORMAL CHECK STATE CODE 5' MINIMUM 15'-0" MAX LOAD GROUND, INSULATED, GREEN NEUTRAL, INSULATED, WHITE GROUND, BARE MESSENGER, 4-PLEX HOT LEGS INSULATED, BLACK NEUTRAL, INSUL. RAISED RIB ATTACHED W/ 2" U-BOLTS (SUPPORTS) 2" x 6" MIN. WOOD-CONDUIT SAFE WIRING PERMIT WASHINGTON STATE DEPT. OF LABOR & INDUSTRIES EQUAL GROUND ROD 3/4" GALV. PIPE OR LINE NEUTRAL, BARE, TRIP. POWER SOURCE POINT OF ATTACH- MENT FOR SERVING CONDUCTOR. 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE10 SE10 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 400 MOBILE HOME TRAILER CONNECTION 1 7/10/81 GGW 2 2/15/10 REDRAWN IN CAD 1. TRAILER SERVICES WILL NOT BE ENERGIZED UNTIL CUSTOMER HAS MADE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN DISCONNECT & TRAILER OR UNLESS PUD INSTALLS SAME. 2. GROUND BUS & NEUTRAL BUS ARE NOT INTERCONNECTED IN TRAILER PANEL. 3. DO NOT DEAD END LINE AND LOAD CONDUCTORS ON SAME BOLT AT SERVICE POLE. 4. CUSTOMER MUST HAVE: (A) GROUND ROD DRIVEN; (B) GROUND WIRE CONNECTED TO GROUND BUS; (C) SUPPORTS ATTACHED TO CONDUITS W/ U-BOLTS BEFORE PUD WILL ATTACH LOOP TO POLE USING 20 PENNY NAILS AND SCREWS SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER. Notes : 2'-2" 7' 7' 16" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SS1 SSD1 1 2 GGW/RWG 6/90 400 ‘6/$&.63$1 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/25/09 CM AH Rev 2: Updated material & drawing, and changed title 18" 1. A slack span should be kept as short as possible. It should not exceed 100 feet. 2. Call for cutout separately if needed. 3. Call for preformed slack span deadend separately. #2 ACSR - S/N 2241 2/0 ACSR - S/N 2242 NOTES : Field drill DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SS1 SSD1 2 2 GGW/RWG 6/90 400 ‘6/$&.63$1 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/25/09 CM AH Rev 2: Updated material & drawing, and changed title Washer, Lock, 5/8" Galv. Clevis, D.E., Insulator 1340 Nut, Square, 5/8" Galv. Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small S/N QTY. 1 1 1 1 1403 923 773 335 S4A Preformed Slack Span Deadend #2 ACSR 1 2241 DESCRIPTION 12 13 9 11 10 4 5 3 1 2 Bracket, Steel, Galv., Multi-purpose, 22" Washer, Sq., Curved, Cast, 3"x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Spring, 5/8" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2" Bolt, Machine, 5/8"x 16" 1 1 1 2217 1132 1392 S/N QTY. 1 1 2262 157 BR1 6 Adapter, Angle Clip 1 2248 DESCRIPTION S4A BR1 4 3 2 1 6 5 9 10 13 11 12 7 Short Shank Insulator Pin (6") 1 2249 8 Porcelain Pin Insulator C-neck 1 771 8 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 1. Pull conductors hand tight. Excessive slack may cause phase-to-phase contact due to wind. 2. A slack span should be kept as short as possible. It should not exceed 100 feet. 3. The deflection angles of the conductors at the crossarms must not exceed 25 degrees due to the reduced separation. Further reduction may cause phase-to-phase contact under windy conditions. 4. This construction can be used for crossarm framing also. 5. Call for cutouts separately if needed. 6. Call for preformed slack span deadend separately. #2 ACSR -S/N 2241 2/0 ACSR -S/N 2242 NOTES: DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SS2 SS2 1 2 GGW/RWG 4/92 400 ‘6/$&.63$1 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/25/09 CM AH Rev 2: Updated material & drawings, and changed title 2' 7' DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SS2 SS2 2 2 GGW/RWG 4/92 400 ‘6/$&.63$1 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/25/09 CM AH Rev 2: Updated material & drawings, and changed title Insulator, Pin C Neck Crossarm Pin 16 15 DESCRIPTION 2 2 771 961 QTY. S/N Washer, Lock, 5/8" Galv. Clevis, D.E., Insulator 1340 Nut, Square, 5/8" Galv. Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small S/N QTY. 1 1 1 1 1403 923 773 335 S4A Preformed Slack Span Deadend #2 ACSR 1 2241 DESCRIPTION 13 14 10 12 11 S/N 4 8 6 7 5 1 3 2 Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Washer, Spring, 5/8" Brace, Crossarm 28" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" DESCRIPTION Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16" Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5" Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" 1 1 2217 1132 2 205 1 1 1412 709 1 157 1 2 25 78 QTY. CR20A 9 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1 1392 CR20A S4A 1 9 8 2 4 7 3 5 6 12 13 14 11 10 Washer, Square, Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" 17 2 1412 Washer, Spring, 5/8" 18 2 2217 17 15 18 16 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SS3 SS3 1 2 GGW/JCS 5/90 400 ‘6/$&.63$1 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/25/09 CM AH 3 7/29/10 KJP Rev 3: Changed CR21A to CR20A on material issue. 2' 7' 1. Pull conductors hand tight. Excessive slack may cause phase-to-phase contact due to wind. 2. A slack span should be kept as short as possible. It should not exceed 100 feet. 3. The deflection angles of the conductors at the crossarms must not exceed 25 degrees due to the reduced separation. Further reduction may cause phase-to-phase contact under windy conditions. 4. This construction can be used for crossarm framing also. 5. Call for cutouts separately if needed. 6. Call for preformed slack span deadend separately. #2 ACSR -S/N 2241 2/0 ACSR -S/N 2242 NOTES: DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SS3 SS3 2 2 GGW/JCS 5/90 400 ‘6/$&.63$1 2/0 ACSR MAX WIRE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/25/09 CM AH 3 7/29/10 KJP Washer, Square Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Insulator, Pin C Neck Crossarm Pin DESCRIPTION 771 3 3 3 3 2217 961 1412 QTY. S/N 18 15 17 16 Clevis, D.E., Insulator 1340 Nut, Square, 5/8" Galv. Insulator, Spool Clevis, Small S/N QTY. 1 1 1 1 1403 923 773 335 S4A Preformed Slack Span Deadend #2 ACSR 1 2241 DESCRIPTION 13 14 10 12 11 S4A 10 11 14 12 13 17 15 18 16 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL CR20A 1 9 8 2 4 7 3 5 6 S/N 4 8 6 7 5 1 3 2 Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Brace, Crossarm 28" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" DESCRIPTION Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16" Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5" Arm, Cross (Distr.), 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" 1 1 2217 1132 2 205 1 1 1412 709 1 157 1 2 25 78 QTY. CR20A 9 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 1 1392 SS3 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev 3: Changed CR21A to CR20A on material issue. Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. CONDUCTOR 2 TURNS 3 3/4 TURNS 2 TURNS 3 1/4 TURNS STARTING POINT TOP GROOVE TIE SIDE GROOVE TIE ELEVATION TOP GROOVE TIE 1. TIE WIRE ASSEMBLY SHOULD BE AS TIGHT AS CAN BE WRAPPED BY HAND, AND ENDS TWISTED WITH PLIERS OR HOT LINE TOOLS. TWIST LEFTHAND ENDS CLOCKWISE, RIGHTHAND COUNTERCLOCKWISE. WITH HOT LINE LOOPS, TIE WIRES MUST BE 8" LONGER THAN SHOWN. 2. TIE WIRES LENGTHS LISTED BELOW CAN BE USED WITH INSULATORS HAVING NECK DIAMETER UP TO AND INCLUDING 3 1 2 ". NOTES: 4 COPPER WIRE 3/0 - 7 STRAND HD COPPER 2/0 - 7 STRAND HD COPPER 1/0 - 7 STRAND HD COPPER 2-3 STRAND COPPER 4A COPPERWELD - COPPER CONDUCTOR .368" .204" .320" .290" DIAMETER CONDUCTOR .414" .464" 8A & 8D COPPERWELD - COPPER 6A COPPERWELD - COPPER 6 COPPER WIRE .219" .230" .162" 6 4 4 4 6 6 SIZE 8 8 8 27" 23" 21" SHORT PIECE LENGTH 27" 23" 21" 27" 23" 21" 40" 35" 30" LONG PIECE LENGTH 40" 35" 30" 40" 35" 30" ANNEALED COPPER TIE WIRE STARTING POINT DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TI2 TI2 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 400 SINGLE INSULATOR TWO-PIECE TIE COPPER TYPE CONDUCTORS 1 2/15/10 REDRAWN IN CAD CONDUCTOR 4 TURNS STARTING POINT TOP GROOVE TIE SIDE GROOVE TIE 1. TIE WIRE ASSEMBLY SHOULD BE AS TIGHT AS CAN BE WRAPPED AND ENDS TWISTED WITH HOT LINE TOOLS. TWIST LEFTHAND ENDS CLOCKWISE, RIGHTHAND COUNTERCLOCKWISE. 2. TIE WIRES LENGTHS LISTED BELOW CAN BE USED WITH INSULATORS HAVING A NECK DIAMETER UP TO AND INCLUDING 3 1 2 ". NOTES: STARTING POINT 1/2 TURN 4 TURNS 1/2 TURN 6A 2F 2A 3A 4A 5A SIZE 8A 7A .308 .290 .223 DIAM. COND. .366 .258 .199 .326 .230 COPPERWELD COPPER 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 34" 33" 32" PIECE FIRST 36" 33" 31" 34" 32" ANNEALED COPPER TIE WIRE AWG SIZE 24" 24" 23" PIECE SECOND 24" 24" 23" 24" 23" 2-SOL 4/0-7W 3/0-7W 2/0-7W 1/0-7W 2-3W SIZE 6-SOL 4-SOL .308 .290 .223 DIAM. COND. .366 .258 .199 .326 .230 COPPER 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 38" 36" 32" PIECE FIRST 37" 34" 30" 37" 33" ANNEALED COPPER TIE WIRE AWG SIZE 29" 27" 23" PIECE SECOND 28" 25" 22" 28" 24" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TI3 TI3 1 1 400 HOT LINE COPPER TYPE CONDUCTORS 2 TURNS B TOP GROOVE DOUBLE TIE SIDE GROOVE TIE 1. IN MAKING TIES, START WITH MIDDLE OF LENGTH OF TIE WIRE AT POSITION MARKED "B". 2. TO COMPLETE TIE, CINCH UP LAST TWO TURNS AT EACH END WITH PLIARS UNTIL TIE WIRE IS SNUG AND TIGHT. NOTES: 2 TURNS 1 TURN 1 TURN 1 TURN 2 TURNS TIE WIRE 6D "D" TIE WIRE "D" 6D 6D 1 TURN 3 TURNS 2 TURNS 1 TURN 1 TURN 2 TURNS B 4/0 3/0 2/0 SIZE .563 INCHES DIAM. .502 .477 A.C.S.R. 4 4 4 SIZE 9'-3" FEET LENGTH 8'-9" 8'-3" ALUMINUM TIE WIRE 1/0 2 4 SIZE .398 INCHES DIAM. .325 .257 A.C.S.R. 6 6 6 SIZE 8'-3" FEET LENGTH 7'-5" 7'-3" ALUMINUM ALLOY TIE WIRE DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TI4 TI4 1 1 400 SINGLE INSULATOR ALUMINUM ALLOY, ACSR CONDUCTOR, STRAIGHT OR PREFORMED ARMOR RODS B TOP GROOVE DOUBLE TIE SIDE GROOVE TIE 1. IN MAKING TIES, START WITH MIDDLE OF LENGTH OF TIE WIRE AT POSITION MARKED "B". 2. TO COMPLETE TIE, CINCH UP LAST TWO TURNS AT EACH END WITH PLIARS UNTIL TIE WIRE IS SNUG AND TIGHT. 3. USE THE FLAT FACE OF THE PLIERS AGAINST THE AMOR RODS. NOTES: TIE WIRE 6D "D" TIE WIRE "D" 6D B 4/0 3/0 2/0 SIZE .563 INCHES DIAM. .502 .477 A.C.S.R. 4 4 4 SIZE 9'-3" FEET LENGTH 8'-9" 8'-3" ALUMINUM TIE WIRE 1/0 2 4 SIZE .398 INCHES DIAM. .325 .257 A.C.S.R. 6 6 6 SIZE 8'-3" FEET LENGTH 7'-5" 7'-3" ALUMINUM ALLOY TIE WIRE 6D 6D B 2 TURNS 2 TURNS 1 TURN 1 TURN 1 TURN 2 TURNS B 1 TURN 3 TURNS 2 TURNS 1 TURN 1 TURN 2 TURNS DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TI5 TI5 1 1 400 DOUBLE INSULATOR ALUMINUM ALLOY, ACSR CONDUCTOR, STRAIGHT OR PREFORMED ARMOR RODS01/17/19
Section 410 - Overhead SecondaryN New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 41b O VERHEAD S ECONDARY R S15, S15A 3 Spool Secobdary Rack Assembly R S16, S16A 4 Spool Secobdary Rack Assembly ~ SE1, SE1A Service Assemblies - Cable Termibatiobs ~ SE2, SE2A, Service Assemblies - Cable Termibatiobs SE2B ~ SE3, SE3A Service Assemblies - Cable Termibatiobs ~ SE5 Service Extebsiob Arm Assembly ~ SE6 Typical Heavy Service Detail (>4/0 Al Triplex or Quad) ~ SE7 Typical Service Take-Off - Crossarm Secobdaries ~ SE8 Bridal Guy for Two or More Services ~ SE9 Bridal Guy for Sibgle Service Rack, Secondary 3 Spool Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12" Bracket, Extension, Secondary Rack 3 4 2 1 ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. 1412 155 N.S. 1062 1 2 2 2 S15A S/N 155 2 - 2 1 --- 1412 1062 S15 QTY. S/N 1 4 3 2 2 1 3 SPOOL RACK WITH EXTENSION S15A 3 SPOOL RACK S15 Neutral Phase Phase DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S15, S15A S15 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 410 3 SPOOL SECONDARY RACK ASSEMBLY 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Rack, Secondary 4 Spool Washer, Square, Flat, 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12" Bracket, Extension, Secondary Rack 3 4 2 1 ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. 1412 155 N.S. 1063 1 2 2 2 S16A S/N 155 2 - 2 1 --- 1412 1063 S16 QTY. S/N 1 4 3 2 2 1 4 SPOOL RACK WITH EXTENSION S16A 4 SPOOL RACK S16 Neutral Phase Phase Phase DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of S16, S16A S16 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 410 4 SPOOL SECONDARY RACK ASSEMBLY 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 TO NEUTRAL 2 (USE WHEN HOLE IS EXISTING IN POLE.) SEIA 3 3 1 NO SHARP BENDS SEI TO NEUTRAL 2 2" MIN 6" MIN TAPE 6" MIN 2" MIN 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE1, SE1A SE1 1 2 410 SERVICE ASSEMBLIES CABLE TERMINATIONS 0 0 LB AH NUT, EYE OVAL 5/8" GALV. CLAMP, WEDGE 2 1 DESCRIPTION MATERIAL LIST 1 1 913 AS REQ* SE1 QTY. S/N WASHER, SQ. FLAT, 5/8" CLAMP, WEDGE 2 BOLT, EYE 5/8" x _____" GALV. 1 DESCRIPTION 1 1 QTY. S/N AS REQ SE1A *TRUCK STOCK 3 2 1412 AS REQ* DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE1, SE1A SE1 2 2 410 SERVICE ASSEMBLIES CABLE TERMINATIONS 0 0 LB AH ITEM NO. ITEM NO. SE2B TYPICAL GUIDE FOR SWING SERVICE SE2, USE WHEN HOLE IS NOT EXISTING IN POLE 2 6" MIN 2" MIN 1 3 SE2A, TYPICAL SERVICE CONNECTION TO ROCK. 2" MIN 2 1 6" MIN 2 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE2, SE2A, SE2B SE2 1 2 410 SERVICE ASSEMBLIES CABLE TERMINATIONS 0 0 LB AH MATERIAL LIST DESCRIPTION CLAMP, WEDGE HOOK, DRIVE SCREW * TRUCK STOCK 2 1 AS REQ* S/N 1 1 SE2 QTY. 751 SE2A 1 CLAMP, WEDGE CONNECTOR * TRUCK STOCK 2 1 1 DESCRIPTION QTY. AS REQ* S/N AS REQ* SE2B DESCRIPTION * TRUCK STOCK BOLT, EYE, 5/8" x ____", GALV. 2 1 CLAMP, WEDGE 2 1 QTY. AS REQ* AS REQ* S/N 1412 2 WASHER, SQ. FLAT, 5/8" 3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE2, SE2A, SE2B SE2 2 2 410 SERVICE ASSEMBLIES CABLE TERMINATIONS 0 0 LB AH ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. N.S. NOT STOCKED NOTE: #2 TRIPLEX TO 150' RUN MAXIMUM #1/0 TRIPLEX TO 100' RUN MAXIMUM SE3A 3 TAPE 2 1 TAPE NOTE: #2 TRIPLEX TO 150' RUN MAXIMUM #1/0 TRIPLEX TO 100' RUN MAXIMUM SE3 2 2"x4" STUD 1 CLAMP, WEDGE 1 HOOK, DRIVE SCREW SHIELD EXPANSION 3 2 1 CLAMP, WEDGE INSULATOR HOUSE KNOB 1984 ITEM NO. 2 ITEM NO. *TRUCK STOCK AS REQ 1 1 1 751 N.S. DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION MATERIAL LIST AS REQ* 1 1 QTY. SE3A S/N 763 QTY. SE3 S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE3, SE3A SE3 1 1 410 SERVICE ASSEMBLIES CABLE TERMINATIONS 0 0 LB AH 40" MIN 4" 6" 3'-6" 3 2 TEL. CO. CABLE TEL. CO. CABLE 6" 2 3 4 3 CROSSARM, 8' BOLT, MACHINE 5/8" x 14" BOLT, EYE, 5/8" x 6" 4 3 2 1 WASHER, SQ. FLAT, 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" S/N 1412 104 DESCRIPTION MATERIAL LIST 2 2 2 1 QTY. SE5 25 156 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE5 SE5 1 1 410 SERVICE EXTENSION ARM ASSEMBLY 0 0 LB AH ITEM NO. ** TO BE CALLED OUT BY ENGINEER AS REQ 2 5 THIS POSITION MUST BE GUYED WALL ANCHOR MUST BE ADEQUATE FOR MAXIMUM DESIGN LOAD. USE AS MUCH SAG AS PRACTICABLE 6 NOTES: 1. CAN BE PRE-ASSEMBLED ON MESSENGER AND RAISED TO POSITION OR MESSENGER INSTALLED FIRST AND SERVICE WIRE STRAPED TO IT. 2. CUSTOMER TO SUPPLY BUILDING ANCHORING DEVICE. TO TRANSFORMER 4 BUILDING WALL 4 SPI-WRAP LASHING 2 3 1 10 M ALUMOWELD, 7-STRAND WIRE MESSENGER 3 TRANSFORMER POLE OR RACK MATERIAL LIST DESCRIPTION WIRE, GUY, 10M 6 NUT, EYE OVAL 5/8" GALV WASHER, SQ FLAT 5/8" GRIP, GUY 10M BOLT, MACHINE 5/8" x ____" GALV ANCHOR, WALL (BY CUSTOMER) 5 4 3 2 1 1419** 3 2 2 2 1412 913 713 S/N SE6 QTY. 1 AS REQ DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE6 SE6 1 1 410 TYPICAL HEAVY SERVICE DETAIL LARGER THAN NO. 4/0 ALUM. TRIPLEX OR QUAD 0 0 LB AH ITEM NO. 14 1/2" 4" 2" 14 1/2" 12" MIN. 12" MIN. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE7 SE7 1 1 410 TYPICAL SERVICE TAKE-OFF CROSSARM SECONDARIES 0 0 LB AH TO RESIDENCE NOTE: 1. LOCATION OF BRIDAL ON POLE TO BE DETERMINED BY LOCAL CONDITIONS. 2. INSTALL ONLY ONE CABLE FROM POLE TO GUY GRIP. 3. CLIP TO MESSENGER AS REQUIRED. 4. INSTALL HEAD GUYS BOTH WAYS. 4 3 4 TRIPLEX SERVICE CABLE TO RACK TRANSF. OR X-ARM TO SECONDARY 2 2 TAPE 1 3 MESSENGER 10M, AW 7ST 5 NUT, EYE OVAL 5/8" GALV. GRIP, GUY 10M 4 3 913 AS REQ 713 3 CLAMP, WEDGE CLAMP 2 1 ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION **TO BE CALLED OUT BY ENGINEER *TRUCK STOCK MATERIAL LIST S/N AS REQ* 3 5 SE8 QTY. 1419** 2 WIRE, GUY, 10M 3 AS REQ* 10' MAX DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE8 SE8 1 1 410 BRIDLE GUY FOR TWO OR MORE SERVICES 0 0 LB AH NOTE: 1. LOCATION OF BRIDAL ON POLE TO BE DETERMINED BY LOCAL CONDITIONS. 2. INSTALL HEAD GUYS BOTH WAYS. TO RESIDENCE 1 TAPE TRIPLEX SERVICE CABLE 3 TO RACK TRANSF. OR X-ARM TO SECONDARY TAPE 1 4 3 MESSENGER 10M, AW 7ST 1 2 MATERIAL LIST DESCRIPTION CLAMP, WEDGE 1 2 GRIP, GUY 10M **TO BE CALLED OUT BY ENGINEER *TRUCK STOCK ITEM NO. 3 AS REQ* 2 713 SE9 S/N QTY. 3 NUT, EYE OVAL 5/8" GALV. 2 913 4 WIRE, GUY, 10M 1419** AS REQ DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SE9 SE9 1 1 410 BRIDLE GUY FOR SINGLE SERVICE 0 0 LB AH03/01/02
Section 500 - Crossarms & PolesN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 500 C ROSSARMS AND P OLES 11/19/20 ~ CR1 8' Standard Crossarm Drilling Guide ~ CR2 10' Standard Crossarm Dri lling Guide ~ CR3 12' Standard Crossarm Drilling Guide ~ CR4 5' Standard Crossarm Drilling Guide ~ DEA1 8' Pre - assembled Deadend Assembly 3 - position Drilling Guide ~ DEA2 10' Pre - assembled Deadend Assembly 3 - position Drilling Guide ~ DEA3 10' Pre - assembled Deadend Assembly 4 - position Drilling Guide ~ P1 25' to 35' Distribution Pole Framing Guide ~ P2 40' to 60' Distribution Pole Framing Guide ~ P3 Pole Setting Depth Guide ~ P4 Transmission - Distribution Pole Thru Boring at Ground Line ~ P5 Transmission - Distr ibution Pole Thru Boring at Pole Top ~ TP2 115kV Transmission Line General Pole Drilling Specification N TPW Transmission Wood Pole Weights TOLERANCES OVER UNDER 1/4" 1/8" 1/32" 1/4" 1/8" 1/32" (A) (B) (C) NOTES 1. HOLES TO BE 11/16" DIA.(c) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. SECTION A-A A A FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW C L L C 6" 1'-7" 4" 1'-7" 1'-7" 4" 1'-7" 6" 8'-0" (A) 4" 1'-2" 9" 6" 1'-3" 1'-3" 6" 9" 1'-2" 4" 3 3 4 " (B) 1 7 8 " 2 3 8 " 4 3 4 " (B) 3 8 [ƒ CHAMFER EASE 1 8 " 7/16" DIA (C) 9/16" DIA (C) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR1 CR1 1 1 HWH 1/22/80 500 8' STANDARD CROSSARM DRILLING GUIDE 1 1 2/8/93 SECTION A-A A A (C) (B) (A) FRONT VIEW TOLERANCES 1/32" 1/8" 1/4" OVER 1/32" 1/8" 1/4" UNDER TOP VIEW L C C L EASE 1 8 " 3 8 " x 45° CHAMFER 3 3 4 " (B) 1 7 8 " 4 3 4 " (B) 2 3 8 " 9/16" DIA (C) 6" 35" 19" 19" 35" 6" 10'-0" (A) 4" 7" 13" 13" 7" 16" 16" 7" 13" 13" 7" 4" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR2 CR2 1 1 HWH 1/22/80 500 10' STANDARD CROSSARM DRILLING GUIDE 1 2/8/93 2 9/2/20 JDK Rev. 2 - Corrected dimension from end of crossarm to first side drilling, 8" to 6". Note: Holes to be 11/16" DIA unless otherwise indicated. SECTION A-A A A OTHERWISE INDICATED. 1. HOLES TO BE 11/16" DIA.(c) UNLESS NOTES (C) (B) (A) SIDE VIEW TOLERANCES 1/32" 1/8" 1/4" OVER 1/32" 1/8" 1/4" UNDER TOP VIEW L C C L EASE 1 8 " 3 8 [ƒ CHAMFER 3 3 4 " (B) 5 3 4 " (B) 9/16" DIA (C) 12'-0" (A) 4" 10" 4" 11" 21" 26" 10" 11" 21" 24" 26" 21" 21" 6" 24" 21" 21" 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR3 CR3 1 1 HWH 1/22/80 500 12' STANDARD CROSSARM DRILLING GUIDE 1 1 2/8/93 TOLERANCES OVER UNDER 1/4" 1/8" 1/32" 1/4" 1/8" 1/32" (A) (B) (C) NOTES 1. HOLES TO BE 11/16" DIA.(c) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. SECTION A-A 3 3 4 " (B) 1 7 8 " 2 3 8 " 4 3 4 " (B) 3 8 [ƒ CHAMFER EASE 1 8 " A A 7/16" DIA (C) FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW L C C L 3.5" 5.5" 21" 21" 5.5" 3.5" 2" 3" 9.75" 10" 5.25" 5.25" 10" 9.75" 3" 2" 5'-0" (A) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CR4 CR4 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 500 5' STANDARD CROSSARM DRILLING GUIDE 0 REDRAWN IN CAD 0 4/02 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of DEA1 DEA1 1 1 LB/AH 3/5/08 500 8' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND ASSEMBLY 3-POSITION DRILLING GUIDE 12" TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW 6" 42" 6" 42" 4" 23" 4" 6" 6" Notes : 1.) Holes to be 11/16" diameter. 2.) Double guy attachment required. 6" 15" 23" 6" 15" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of DEA2 DEA2 1 1 LB/AH 3/5/08 500 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND ASSEMBLY 3-POSITION DRILLING GUIDE 12" TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW 6" 54" 6" 54" 4" 4" 6" 6" Notes : 1.) Holes to be 11/16" diameter. 2.) Double guy attachment required. 33" 7" 16" 33" 7" 16" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of DEA3 DEA3 1 1 LB/AH 3/5/08 500 10' PRE-ASSEMBLED DEADEND ASSEMBLY 4-POSITION DRILLING GUIDE 4" 6" 6" 4" 33" 16" TOP VIEW 19" 19" 6" 35" 19" 6" 35" 19" 12" Notes : 1.) Holes to be 11/16" diameter. 2.) Double guy attachment required. FRONT VIEW 7" 33" 16" 7" 10'-0" ±1" METAL TAG REFER TO SPECS FOR MARKING DETAIL MARK BUTT TO INDICATE LENGTH AND CLASS 90° 1.) Holes to be 11/16" dia. 2.) Call for P1 drilling, 30' pole class 4 as (P1-30-4) Notes : 4" 2'-4" 10" 2'-10" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of P1 P1 1 1 1/31/80 500 25' TO 35' DISTRIBUTION POLE FRAMING GUIDE 1 10/17/08 CM AH 2 12/31/09 KJP MARK TOP TO INDICATE LENGTH AND CLASS Rev 2: Added length and class tag at top of pole. POLE TOP BRACKET *11" *3" 8'-6" *3'-8" *3'-0" 6" ANTI-SPLIT BOLT TWIGGY 10'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of P2 P2 1 1 HWH 1/22/80 500 40' TO 60' DISTRIBUTION POLE FRAMING GUIDE 5 3 10/17/08 CM AH 4 12/31/08 KJP AH 5 12/15/16 KJP 6 10/3/17 KJP NEUTRAL FOR TWIGGY NEUTRAL (FOR CROSSARM) TANGENT CROSSARM *1'-6" DEADEND ASSEMBLY BOTTOM BOLT *1'-11" CROSSARM BRACE (60") 3'-2 3/8" TRANSFORMER 8'-10" TRANSFORMER 5'-10 3/4" 6'-10 1/2" 7'-10 1/4" ‘1(875$/ 32/(7233,1 7'-3" TRANSFORMER ƒ MARK BUTT TO INDICATE LENGTH AND CLASS METAL TAG REFER TO SPECS FOR MARKING DETAIL 10'-0" " 1" SEE NOTE 1 Notes : 1. %UDQGPDUN "IRUSROHV DQG longer. 2. Holes to be 13/16" diameter minimum 25/32" diameter. 3. 'ULOOSDUDOOHO"WROHUDQFH 4. $OORWKHUKROHV"WROHUDQFH 5. Call for P2 drilling, 55' pole class 2 as (P2-55-2) 20 Holes MARK TOP TO INDICATE LENGTH AND CLASS 14'-6" PUD FIBER 15'-0" PUD FIBER 15'-6" COMMUNICATIONS 16'-6" COMMUNICATIONS 16'-0" COMMUNICATIONS Rev. 6 - Added star lock on butt. STAR LOCK STAR LOCK DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of P3 P3 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 500 POLE SETTING GUIDE 1 10/17/08 CM AH Rev 1: Redrawn in CAD 1. Setting depth in rock or swamp will be determined as required. Notes : LENGHT OF POLE (FT) MINIMUM SETTING DEPTH UP TO 30' 5'-0" 35'-0" 5'-6" 40'-0" 6'-0" 45'-0" 6'-6" 50'-0" 7'-0" 55'-0" 7'-6" 60'-0" 8'-0" 65'-0" 8'-6" 70'-0" 9'-0" 75'-0" 9'-6" 80' AND ABOVE POLE DEPTH SETTING CHART THE MINIMUM DEPTH FOR SETTING POLES SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: 10'-0" 4'-0" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 1'-0" 3'-0" FOR DRAINAGE OF MOISTURE ƒ 3'-0" 4'-0" MARKING DISK RECESS 1/2" DEEP ON INSIDE OF SWEEP. USE AS SIGHT GAIN. SEE DETAIL 3 5/8" 3 5/8" 3 5/8" 6" 2" 5" 9" 3" DETAIL NOTES: 1. ALL HOLES AND MARKING DISK RECESS TO BE MADE BEFORE TREATMENT. 2. ALL HOLES SHALL BE COMPLETELY DRILLED THROUGH THE POLE FROM ONE DIRECTION. 3. MAINTAIN 2 INCH MINIMUM EDGE DISTANCE. 4. ALL HOLES SHALL BE 7/16 INCH MAXIMUM DIAMETER. 5. FOR DOUGLAS FIR ONLY. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of P4 P4 1 1 500 TRANSMISSION-DISTRIBUTION POLE THROUGH BORING GUIDE AT GROUND LINE 1 2/11/10 KJP Rev 1: Added to Standards Book. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of P5 P5 1 1 500 TRANSMISSION POLE THROUGH BORING GUIDE AT THE POLE TOP 1 4/2/14 KJP Rev 1: Added to Standards Book. 6'-8 1/2" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 9" 4" FOR DRAINAGE OF MOISTURE ƒ 6'-8 1/2" SEE DETAIL 3 5/8" 3 5/8" 3 5/8" 6" 2" 5" 9" 3" DETAIL NOTES: 1. ALL HOLES AND MARKING DISK RECESS TO BE MADE BEFORE TREATMENT. 2. ALL HOLES SHALL BE COMPLETELY DRILLED THROUGH THE POLE FROM ONE DIRECTION. 3. MAINTAIN 2 INCH MINIMUM EDGE DISTANCE. 4. ALL HOLES SHALL BE 5/16 INCH MAXIMUM DIAMETER. 5. FOR DOUGLAS FIR ONLY. 4 1/2" A A ƒ FRAMING HOLES THROUGH DRILLING HOLES VIEW A-A 30'-0" 34'-10" *35'-6" 1'-7"TWIGGY 28'-6" DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TP2 TP2 1 1 HWH/DK 2/02 500 115kV TRANSMISSION LINE GENERAL POLE DRILLING SPECIFICATION 1 12/28/16 KJP 2 3/12/20 KJP NEUTRAL FOR TWIGGY NEUTRAL (FOR CROSSARM)CROSSARM BRACE (60") 35'-3 5/8" TRANSFORMER 29'-8" TRANSFORMER 32'-7 1/4" 31'-7 1/2" 30'-7 3/4" 1Ø NEUTRAL (POLE TOP PIN) 31'-3" TRANSFORMER 90° MARK BUTT TOINDICATE LENGTH AND CLASS METAL TAG REFER TO SPECS FOR MARKING DETAIL 14'-0" ±1" Notes: 1. All holes are ±1/16" tolerance.2. * All parallel holes shall be parallel with a tolerance of ±1/4". 3. Install processor identification tag (metal tag) with drilling spec "TP2" on both ends of pole. 21 Holes MARK TOP TO INDICATE LENGTH AND CLASS STAR LOCK 5'-4" 2'-10" 6'-4" 0"7" 1" Dia. Holes 13/16" Dia. Holes (min. 25/32" Dia.) GROUND MEASUREMENTS ARE FROM THE GROUNDLINE (10% OF POLE HEIGHT PLUS 2 FEET) MEASUREMENTS ARE FROM TOP OF POLE TWIGGY 1'-0" Rev. 2 - Added star lock on butt and added pre-drilled holes for communications. 24'-0" PUD FIBER 23'-0" COMMUNICATIONS 22'-0" COMMUNICATIONS 23'-6" PUD FIBER 22'-6" COMMUNICATIONS STAR LOCK DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPW TPW 1 1 CM/GM 11/19/20 500 TRANSMISSION WOOD POLE WEIGHTS Weight of Coastal Douglas Fir Penta or Copper Naphthenate Class H1 H2 H3 H4 H6 Pole Length (ft) Estimated Weight (lb) ±10% 60 3149 3542 3961 4358 5305 65 3534 3973 4432 4920 5970 70 3944 4424 4982 5515 6663 75 4379 4953 5502 6084 7396 80 4834 5457 6052 6749 8028 85 5310 5982 6630 7376 8918 90 5752 6470 7302 8020 9733 95 6273 7044 7860 8725 10545 100 6745 7569 8434 9455 11382 105 7314 8192 9123 10143 12259 Contact Standards Engineering for weights of other poles. Weights are estimated from typical wood density and pole dimensions. 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Section 600 - GroundingN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 600 G ROUNDING 10/27/2017 C N Installation of Grounding Assemblies C N1,N2 Basic Units - Grounding C N3,N4 Basic Units - Copperweld Grounding - Pole Groun d Repair C TN0 Static Wire History/Policy C TN1 Static Wire Assembly - Tangent and Angle C TN2 Static Wire Assembly - In-Line Deadend C TN3 Static Wire Assembly - In-Line Double Deadend C TN4 Static Wire Assembly - Double Deadend 90° DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of N N 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 600 INSTALLATION OF GROUNDING ASSEMBLIES 0 4/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 11/18/15 KJP 2 10/27/17 KJP Rev. 2 - Updated for 2017 NESC Grounding Installations - Distribution Circuits The minimum requirements for grounding assemblies are specified in the National Electrical Safety Code (IEEE C2-2017). Rule #93-A: Copper-clad steel ground without joint or splice, if possible, free from sharp bends and as short as possible. Rule #93-C-2: Ground for AC distribution shall have not less than 1/5 of the line conductance. (#4 Cu-equivalent copper-clad steel). Rule #94-B: Driven electrodes, if practicable, shall be below permanent moisture level, PLQLPXPVL]H´[ GULYHQHLJKW  IHHWGHHS:KHQURGFDQQRWEH driven eight (8) feet deep, install second rod on opposite side of pole and interconnect ground wire. The top of the ground rod shall be flush with or below the ground level unless suitably protected. Rule #97-A: Ground conductors shall be run separately to ground for: x Surge Arresters over 750v and frames of any equipment operating over 750v (see exceptions below). x Lighting and power circuits under 750v. x Shield wires of power circuits Rule #97-B: An interconnection of primary surge arrester ground and primary and secondary neutral is permitted on a multi-grounded system. This solid interconnection shall be made since surge current is routed through several parallel ground impedances and the danger of insulation damage no longer exists even under conditions of high surge current and high ground impedance. Rule #215-C: Non-current-carrying parts shall be grounded unless they are 8 feet or more above readily accessible surfaces or they are otherwise isolated or guarded. 2' MIN MIN 2' 5 3 4 2 Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run - #6-#1 Tap Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" 1 DESCRIPTION Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' 24 1 2707 413 36 1 1512 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" 4 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze 2 3 1 DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. N2 2707 1512 281 40 100 2 1124 2 1 N1 N2 2 2 1 - Static Wire Only - No Neutral Connection 3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of N1, N2 N1 1 1 1/31/80 600 BASIC UNITS GROUNDING 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 5/17/03 LB DK 3 12/4/14 KJP 10/27/17 KJP 4 1. Staple every 6" from ground line up to 8' above ground. 2. Top of rod must be below final grade. Notes : 5 5 413 1 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run - #6-#1 Tap 8'-0" 5 6" 8'-0" 4 6" 2' MIN 4 3 3 Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Rev. 4 - Material updates. 2' MIN MIN 2' 3 1 2 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run - #6-#1 Tap Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" DESCRIPTION 24 1 2707 413 36 1512 N3 QTY. S/N DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. N4 N3 N4 - Static Wire Only - No Neutral Connection 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of N3, N4 N3 1 1 CM/AH 8/25/09 600 BASIC UNITS GROUNDING POLE GROUND REPAIR 1 12/4/2014 KJP 2 10/27/17 KJP 2 1. Staple every 6" from ground line up to 8' above ground. 2. Top of rod must be below final grade. 3. For N4, the entire static wire does not need to be replaced for the repair. The static wire may be spliced around the height of the neutral. It will depend on how much of the ground wire is missing. Notes : 2 8'-0" 3 6" 8'-0" 3 6" 1 Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered 3 1 2 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run - #6-#1 Tap Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" 24 1 2707 413 72 1512 Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Rev. 2 - Material updates. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TN0 TN0 1 1 CM/DK 1/4/17 600 STATIC WIRE HISTORY/POLICY Static Wire History/Policy &38XVHGWRLQVWDOOVWDWLF VKLHOG ZLUHVRYHUWUDQVPLVVLRQOLQHVòPLOHIURPWKHVXEVWDWLRQLQ all directions. A change was made to a new style substation surge arrester. The manufacturers claimed they would eliminate the need for static wires. CPU had experienced failures of existing static wires that fell into the transmission on multiple occasions during ice storms. Operations questioned the need for static wires. The decision was made to eliminate in some cases. Operations preferred the THPA standard (which does not allow for static wire) and would like to limit static wire to areas of known lightning problems. Subsequent information shows that the new surge arresters (90kV) do not completely protect substation transformers as thought. The Chelatchie transformer was damaged by a nearby lightning strike. The surge arrester failed when the line was re-energized. $GHWHUPLQDWLRQZDVPDGHWRLQVWDOOVWDWLFZLUHVRXWòPLOHIURPVXEVWDWLRQVZKHQSRVVLEOH but each case would be examined individually to see if it made sense. Substation transformers are now approximately $1 million, and reliability is a customer priority. Systems Engineering should be consulted before new transmission is designed or PDLQWHQDQFHRQH[LVWLQJWUDQVPLVVLRQZLWKLQDòPLOHRIWKHVXEVWDWLRQLVGRQHVRWKH occurrence of lightning in the area of that substation can be evaluated. K. Perzanowski January 9, 2012 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: U P C tilities ublic lark PAGE: of TN1 TN1 1 1 5/12/66 600 STATIC WIRE ASSEMBLY TANGENT AND ANGLE 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/4/17 CM DK DESCRIPTION N2 QTY. S/N Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv. 1 1/2" 4 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Coverered Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze 2 3 1 2707 1512 281 40 100 2 1124 2 6 7 9 Bolt, Shoulder Eye, 3/4" x 12" Galv., 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 4" x 13/16" 186 1 1910 2 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" 2218 2 3 2' MIN 1 2 4 9 7 1'-0" 8'-0" TN1 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. S/N 7" 8 &ODPS$QJOH6WUDLJKW0D[$QJOH ƒOEV8OWLPDWH6WUHQJWK 273 1 8 6 2' MIN - Static Wire Only - No Neutral Connection Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run - #6-#1 Tap 5 413 1 Install split bolt Rev. 2 - Moved to grounding section, added 2nd ground rod, and corrected material & drawing. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 10 8 4 7 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TN2 TN2 1 1 5/12/66 600 STATIC WIRE ASSEMBLY IN-LINE DEADEND 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/4/17 CM DK DESCRIPTION N2 QTY. S/N Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" 4 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze 2 3 1 2707 1512 281 40 100 2 1124 2 6 7 10 Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 4" x 13/16" Hole Grip, Guy, 10M 713 1 TN2 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. S/N 2' MIN 7" 1 2 3 1'-0" - Static Wire Only - No Neutral Connection 8'-0" Bolt, Shoulder Eye, 3/4" x 12" Galv., 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 186 1 8 9 1910 2 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Clevis, Thimble, 1 1/4" Dia., 10M Guy 2 1 2218 1628 8 7 9 6 2' MIN Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run - #6-#1 Tap 5 413 1 Rev. 2 - Moved to grounding section, corrected material issue, added "No Neutral Connection" note, and added 2nd ground rod. Install split bolt ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TN3 TN3 1 1 5/12/66 600 STATIC WIRE ASSEMBLY IN-LINE DOUBLE DEADEND 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/4/17 CM DK 10 4 2' MIN 7" 1 2 3 1'-0" 8'-0" 6 11 DESCRIPTION N2 QTY. S/N Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" 4 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze 2 3 1 2707 1512 281 40 100 2 1124 2 6 7 10 Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 4" x 13/16" Hole Grip, Guy, 10M 713 2 TN3 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. S/N Bolt, Shoulder Eye, 3/4" x 14" Galv., 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 187 1 8 9 1910 2 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Clevis, Thimble, 1 1/4" Dia., 10M Guy 2 2 2218 1628 11 Nut, Eye, Oval, 3/4" Galv. 1 914 7 8 9 7 8 2' MIN - Static Wire Only - No Neutral Connection 12 12 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/0-1/0 To #2-#6 1 456 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run - #6-#1 Tap 5 413 1 Rev. 2 - Moved to grounding section, added 2nd ground rod, corrected material issues and drawing. Install split bolt ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TN4 TN4 1 1 5/12/66 600 STATIC WIRE ASSEMBLY DOUBLE DEADEND ƒ 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/4/17 CM DK 10 6 4 DESCRIPTION N2 QTY. S/N Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" 4 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Equivalent, Covered Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze 2 3 1 2707 1512 281 40 100 2 1124 2 6 7 10 Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 4" x 13/16" Hole 186 2 1910 4 Grip, Guy, 10M 713 2 TN4 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. S/N 2' MIN 1 2 3 6" 7" 1'-0" 7 8'-0" 8 9 Bolt, Shoulder Eye, 3/4" x 12" Galv., 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 3/4" Clevis, Thimble, 1 1/4" Dia., 10M Guy 2218 4 1628 1 8 9 - Static Wire Only - No Neutral Connection 2' MIN 11 11 Connector, Crimpet Cu 2/0-1/0 To #2-#6 1 456 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run - #6-#1 Tap 5 413 1 Rev. 2 - Moved to grounding section, added 2nd ground rod, corrected material issues and drawing. Install split bolt ITEM NO. ITEM NO.09/12/18
Section 700 - Guys & AnchorsN New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 700 b UYS AND A NCHORS 3/14/2011 C G Guy abd Abchor Selectiob C GO Guy abd Abchor Chart C G1A,G2A, Sibgle Helix Screw Abchors G3A C G3,G4 Expabdibg abd Crossplate Abchors C G4A, G4B Multi-Helix Screw Abchors C G5 Sidewalk Guy C G9,G10 Rock Abchors C G30-G37 Double Guy Attachmebts C G40-G45 Sibgle Guy Attachmebts C GDG50- Dowb Guys GDG81 C GSG50- Spab Guys GSG85 SCOPE This section covers selection of down guys, span guys, sidewalk guys, push braces and anchors. The selections are based upon wood strengths, guy component strengths, anchor strengths and soil holding power of anchors. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G G 1 7 GGW 4/1/86 700 GUY & ANCHOR SELECTION 1 2/22/00 JEH 2 2/24/11 CM AH Rev 2: Added definitions and updated to 2007 NESC. DEFINITIONS (Taken from The Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook , Seventh Edition) 1. Down Guy- Consists of a wire running from the attachment near the top of the pole to a rod and anchor installed in the ground. 2. Span Guy- Consists of a guy wire installed from the top of a pole to the top of an adjacent pole to remove the strain from the line conductors. Insulator Span Guy DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G G 2 7 GGW 4/1/86 700 GUY & ANCHOR SELECTION 1 2/22/00 JEH 2 2/24/11 CM AH Rev 2: Added definitions and updated to 2007 NESC. 4. Guy Stub- A guy wire installed between a line pole and a stub pole. The span guy, guy stub pole, and the down guy make up the guy stub. 5. Push Pole- A pole used as a brace to a line pole. 3. Head Guy- A guy wire running from the top of a pole to a point below the top of the adjacent pole. Not Less Than 8'-0" Not Less Than 8'-0" Head Guy Insulator Push Pole Guy Stub Pole Span Guy Down Guy DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G G 3 7 GGW 4/1/86 700 GUY & ANCHOR SELECTION 1 2/22/00 JEH 2 2/24/11 CM AH Rev 2: Added definitions and updated to 2007 NESC. GENERAL 1. Guying a) Guying assemblies include down, span and sidewalk types. A push brace consisting of a pole and attachment fittings may be used in place of tensioned wire guying only where tension guying is impossible by reason of location or rights-of-way. b) Guying requirements can often be advantageously combined on a deadend pole, a span or more away by extending the circuit or by use of span guys in order to provide a reduced combined guying load on the same pole. A sidewalk guy is an expensive method of guying and provides limited support, particularly on taller poles, due to the comparatively short guy lead. DO NOT use a sidewalk guy if a down or span guy is possible. c) Guy assemblies are designed for the maximum allowable load which may be supported by the pole and the related hardware. Heavy duty guying will normally require the use of multiple guying attachments. d) A guy marker shall be used on all down guy and sidewalk guy locations. A minimum of one marker per anchor is required. It should be noted that guy markers DO NOT PROTECT OR "GUARD" a down/sidewalk guy, but rather warn the public of its presence. 2. Sidewalk Guy Insulation Sidewalk guys shall have guy insulators installed in the guy strand above the horizontal guy strut. The breakers should be at a point that will allow at least 6" clearance between the breaker and the strut attachment to the pole, should the guy wire become broken. 3. Grounded Guys Grounded guys shall not be used. All guys on transmission and distribution circuits shall have insulation sections (Johnny balls or fiberglass rods) installed on all new and rebuilt circuits. Grounded guys are to be replaced by insulated guys when work is done on that pole. 4. Application of Guy Insulators It is impractical to show every NESC requirement for applying guy strain insulators. A clear understanding of the rules will provide for the correct applications. These guidelines will help in understanding the requirements. Guideline 1 (see figure #1) - All down guys shall have a minimum of one guy insulator. (NESC 215C2) Guideline 2 - All span guys will have a minimum of two guy insulators. (NESC 215C5) Guideline 3 (see figure #2) - On jointly used poles, down guys that pass within 12 inches of supply conductors, and also pass within 12 inches of communication cables, shall be insulated with a guy insulator at a point below the lowest supply conductor and above the highest communication cable. (NESC 235I) Guideline 4 (see figure #1) - All guy insulators shall be located at least 8 feet above the ground including when the guy would sag or break. (NESC 215C5a) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G G 4 7 GGW 4/1/86 700 GUY & ANCHOR SELECTION 1 2/22/00 JEH 2 2/24/11 CM AH Rev 2: Added definitions and updated to 2007 NESC. Guideline 5 (see figure #1) - Guy insulators shall be placed so that in case any guy wire contacts, or is contacted by an energized conductor or part, the voltage will not be transferred to other facilities on the structure. (NESC 215C5b) Guideline 6 (see figure #3) - Guys may sag or break, bringing them into contact with energized conductors, jumpers, or bushings to create a hazard to the public. Guy insulators shall be placed so that when any guy sags down or falls upon another facility, the insulators will remain effective. (NESC 215C5c) Figure 1: Guidelines 1, 4, 5, and 6 Neutral Min 8'-0" (Guideline 4) Minimum one down guy insulator (Guideline 1) Guy could be energized by distribution primary if guy breaks or slackens. Insulator added to protect the public. (Guideline 6) Minimum one down guy insulator (Guideline 1) 12.47kV insulator from 115kV (Guideline 5) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G G 5 7 GGW 4/1/86 700 GUY & ANCHOR SELECTION 1 2/22/00 JEH 2 2/24/11 CM AH Figure 2: Guying near communication cable (Guideline 3) Figure 3: Allow for guys to sag or break (Guideline 6) Lower insulator is not effectively located Energized Guy Rev 2: Added definitions and updated to 2007 NESC. Neutral Communications Insulator above communication (Guideline 3) 5. Anchors Anchors shall be located so as to provide as large a lead over height ratio with as little interference to the public as possible. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G G 6 7 GGW 4/1/86 700 GUY & ANCHOR SELECTION 1 2/22/00 JEH 2 2/24/11 CM AH ANCHOR SELECTION 1. Anchor Selection in General a. Anchor selection is based upon guy tension, type of soil, available installation equipment and location. b. Power installed screw anchors are the best choice if soil and location permit their use. c. A plate anchor may be used if a hole can be dug either by machine or blasting or hand dug at inaccessible locations. d. If solid rock is encountered, specify one of the rock anchors. e. Some swamp areas cannot be covered by these anchors and must have special design consideration. 2. Soil Classification The table of soil classification data which follows is for general use in specifying anchors. Rev 2: Added definitions and updated to 2007 NESC. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G G 7 7 GGW 4/1/86 700 GUY & ANCHOR SELECTION 1 2/22/00 JEH 2 2/24/11 CM AH Rev 2: Added definitions and updated to 2007 NESC. CONVERTING HYDRAULIC PRESSURE TO TORQUE If a shear pin torque indicator is not going to be used, the operator can make a conversion chart so that pounds per square inch of system hydraulic pressure can be converted to torque at the anchor. This chart can be made by temporarily using a shear pin torque indicator and recording maximum hydraulic pressure readings when various numbers of pins shear. Each pin is equal to 500 ft-lb of torque. After the conversion chart is completed, it is not necessary to use the shear pin torque indicator. Any changes in the hydraulic motor system will require a new conversion chart. Check the accuracy of the chart annually, after any hydraulic system repairs, or before critical anchor installation such as mainline, distribution lines, or transmission lines. GUY & ANCHOR CHART NAME ANCHOR ROD SIZE ULTIMATE HOLDING CAPACITY* 40,000 12" Expanding Plate 58,000 24" Crossplate 6,500 6" Handscrew 34,800 10" Helix 36,000 14" Helix 100,000 Triple Helix 8-10-12" 100,000 Double Helix 8-10" 36,000 Rock 36,000 Rock 1 3/4" G3 G4 G1A G2A, G3A G4A G4B G9,G10 SEE ACTUAL STANDARD FOR CAPACITY CHARTS DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G0 G0 1 2 JEH 2/22/00 700 GUY & ANCHOR CHART ANCHORS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 2/24/11 CM AH 1 3/4" 1 1/4" 1 1/4" 3/4" 1" 1" 1" 1" * Rev 2: Obsoleted G1, G2, G3B, G3C, G5A, G6Y, and G9A, and moved G5 to page 2. G1A G2A G3 G3A G4 G4A G4B G9 G10 G5 ATTACHMENTS DOWN GUYS G41 11,560 V MAX G30 11,560 G40 23,120 G31 23,120 G35 23,120 G42 23,120 G43 35,520 G33 23,120 G34 35,520 G36 23,120 G37 35,520 GDG51 GDG50 PORCELAIN INSULATOR GDG53 GDG52 CLEVIS THIMBLE SPAN GUYS FIBERGLASS INSULATOR GDG70 GDG71 GDG72 GDG73 GDG80 GDG81 GSG50 GSG51 GSG53 GSG52 GSG70 GSG71 GSG82 GSG83 GSG84 GSG85 NOT THREADED FIR CEDAR 9,680 19,360 26,480 26,480 19,360 26,480 19,360 19,360 19,360 19,360 9,680 * Apply Safety Factors per NESC * DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G0 G0 2 2 JEH 2/22/00 700 GUY & ANCHOR CHART SPAN GUYS, DOWN GUYS, ATTACHMENTS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 2/24/11 CM AH (Johnny ball) GSG55 GSG54 GSG57 GSG56 Rev 2: Obsoleted G44, GSG55, GSG60, GSG62, and added G45, GSG54, GSG55, GSG56, and GSG57. G45 11,560 9,680 G32 23,120 19,360 10M 18M 10M 18M G1A G3A 1 Approx. 6" 1 Approx. 6" 5'-6" 3 14" dia 6" dia DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G1A,G2A,G3A G1A 1 2 ELM 1/30/80 700 SINGLE HELIX SCREW ANCHORS 1 7/3/82 GGW GLE 2 6/30/86 RWG GGW 3 2/24/11 CM AH 1. Only this anchor may be hand installed (use in #5 to #7 soil). 2. A minimum of 4 1/2' of the G1A anchor/rod from the top of the helix must be in the ground to obtain rated holding capacity. Notes : 1. A minimum of 6 1/2' of the G2A anchor/rod from the top of the helix must be in the ground to obtain the rated holding capacity. 2. A minimum of 9' of the G3A anchor/rod from the top of the helix must be in the ground to obtain the rated holding capacity. Notes : Rev 3: Removed G3B and G3C, added material list, corrected notes, and added holding power tables. G2A 2 1 Approx. 6" 3 10" dia Min 4 1/2' in Ground Min 6 1/2' in Ground 2 Min 9'-0" in Ground 4 1 6" Helix Screw Anchor DESCRIPTION 1 19 G1A QTY. S/N Rev 3: Removed G3B and G3C, added material list, corrected notes, and added holding power tables. 1 10" Helix Screw Anchor, 15,000 ft-lbs. DESCRIPTION 1 13 G2A QTY. S/N 2 1 3 1 1 DESCRIPTION 1 14 G3A QTY. S/N 2 1 3 1 Anchor Rod 1" x 7' - 36,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Triple Eye Anchor Nut 1" 1116 2335 14" Helix Screw Anchor, 15,000 ft-lbs. Anchor Rod 1" x 7' - 36,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Triple Eye Anchor Nut 1" 1116 2335 4 1 Anchor Rod 1" x 3 1/2' - 36,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 1115 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G1A,G2A,G3A G1A 2 2 ELM 1/30/80 700 SINGLE HELIX SCREW ANCHORS 1 7/3/82 GGW GLE 2 6/30/86 RWG GGW 3 2/24/11 CM AH ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 1. See Std. G for application guidelines. 2. Install anchor rods at the same slope as the guy strand. 3. G2A and G3A are rated 15,000* ft-lbs torque and 36,000 lbs. ultimate tensile strength. 4. Holding capacity based on Chance anchoring systems. Notes : G3 1 2 Size of hole to be same as unexpanded anchor if possible. Backfill with compacted gravel. EXPANDING 2 1 Cut slot for anchor rod Approx. 6" Approx. 6" Nut Retainer Base Plate DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G3,G4 G3 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 700 EXPANDING AND CROSSPLATE ANCHORS 1 4/1/86 GGW MA 2 5/5/86 RWG GGW 3 2/24/11 CM AH Notes : 1. See Std. G for application guidelines. 2. Install anchor rods at the same slope as the guy strand. 3. Anchor rod should emerge from ground at point where stake is located. 4. Holding capacity based on Chance anchoring systems. 5. A minimum of 2 yards of concrete are needed to hold the anchor. Place 90% of concrete in front of anchor. 6. 1 1/4" rod is rated 58,000 lbs. ultimate tensile. 1 2 Anchor, Expanding 12" Rod, Anchor 1 1/4" x 10' DESCRIPTION 1 1118 1 9 G3 QTY. S/N DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. G4 1118 10 1 1 1 2 Anchor, Heavy Duty 24" Crossplate Rod, Anchor 1 1/4" x 10' Rev 3: Updated strengths, obsoleted G1 & G2, changed title, corrected material, and added Note 4. G4 CROSSPLATE Note : Ultimate tensile strength of 1 1/4" rod is 58,000 lbs. ultimate. (See Notes 5 & 6) ITEM NO. ITEM NO. G4A G4B 2 Approx. 17" 1 5'-0" 2 Approx. 17" 3'-0" 1 Notes : 1. See Std. G for application guidelines. 2. Install anchor rods at the same slope as the guy strand. 3. The G4A is for use in soft soils and G4B can be used in hard or rocky soils. They will hold up to 100,000 lbs ultimate and can be installed with torque up to 11,000 ft-lbs (22 pins). Rod is 1 3/4" square shaft. 4. Use as many extensions as needed to obtain the desired torque. 5. Holding capacity based on Chance anchoring system. 12" dia 8" dia 10" dia 8" dia 10" dia DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G4A,G4B G4A 1 1 RWG 5/9/80 700 MULTI-HELIX SCREW ANCHORS 1 2/24/11 CM AH 1 8-10-12" Helix Screw Anchor, 100,000 lbs. Ultimate DESCRIPTION 1 15 G4A QTY. S/N 2 1 3 1 1 DESCRIPTION 1 2074 G4B QTY. S/N 2 1 3 2 Triple Eye 1 3/4" Guy Attachment 3 1/2' Anchor Rod, 1 3/4" Square Shaft, 11,000 ft-lbs. Ultimate 2522 2076 2522 2076 8-10" Helix Screw Anchor, 100,000 lbs. Ultimate Triple Eye 1 3/4" Guy Attachment 3 1/2' Anchor Rod, 1 3/4" Square Shaft, 11,000 ft-lbs. Ultimate Rev. 1 - Added material list, corrected drawings and notes. Note : A minimum of 7' of the anchor/rod from the top of the 12" helix must be in the ground to obtain the rated holding capacity for G4A. Note : A minimum of 6' of the anchor/rod from the top of the 10" helix must be in the ground to obtain the rated holding capacity for G4B. 3 4 4 1 7' Anchor Rod, 1 3/4" Square Shaft, 11,000 ft-lbs. Ultimate 2077 Min 6'-0" in Ground Min 7'-0" in Ground 3 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 1. Down guys and guy attachments are called for separately. Loading will determine whether one or two down guys are needed. 2. Sidewalk guys are only to be installed when 8' clearance over a sidewalk cannot be obtained with a down guy. Notes : 1 5 3 4 6 2 10'-0" GDG50 G40 or G41 12" min SIDEWALK DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G5 G5 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 700 SIDEWALK GUY 1 5/5/86 AWG GWG 2 2/24/11 CM AH 1 Fitting, Sidewalk Guy-Pole DESCRIPTION 1 631 G5 QTY. S/N 2 1 3 1 Fitting, Sidewalk Triple Guy Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12" 633 155 Rev. 2 - Corrected material lists and notes and removed G5A. Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Diameter Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Conduit, Rigid Galv 2" x 10' 4 5 1 1392 2 1132 6 1 407 ITEM NO. 12" min. Solid Rock Earth Solid Rock 2 1/2" Hole 2 1/2" Hole 6" 1 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G9,G10 G9 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 700 ROCK ANCHORS 1 5/5/86 RWG GGW 2 2/24/11 CM AH Notes: 1. Install anchor rods at the same slope as the guy strand. 2. Rods have a 36,000 lbs. ultimate tensile strength. 3. Use only where other anchor assemblies cannot be installed because of insufficient overburden. 4. Installation procedure: a) Drill 2 1/2" hole. b) Push anchor into hole. c) Put a bar in anchor eye, turn rod until anchor is firmly expanded. d) Grout. 1 Anchor, Rock 1" x 30", 36,000 lbs. Ultimate DESCRIPTION 1 17 G9 QTY. S/N Rev. 2 - Corrected material list, drawings, and notes, and deleted G9A. 1 DESCRIPTION 1 18 G10 QTY. S/N Anchor, Rock 1" x 53", 36,000 lbs. Ultimate G9 G10 6" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. G35 1 5 2 G30 1 2 9 1 9 6 5 OR G36 G37 6 OR 5 G34 G33 1 G31 9 2 5 OR 6 7 OR 11 1 6 5 OR 9 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G30-G37 G30 1 2 GGW 4/1/85 700 DOUBLE GUY ATTACHMENTS 1 2/24/11 CM AH Rev. 1 - Added "double" to title, added types of guys to drawings, and corrected material lists. 9 2 7 OR 11 12 13 Span Guy Down Guy Down Guy Down Guy Down Guy Down Guy Down Guy Span Guy Span Guy Span Guy Span Guy G32 1 1 Span Guy Down Guy 9 2 11 7 6 DESCRIPTION QTY. 2 2 2 2351 G37 1901 1908 S/N 9 5 2 2 5 9 11 1 9 6 7 2 5 9 9 1 2 2 1 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 2 QTY. 2 2 2 QTY. 2 2 2 2 2 QTY. 1 1 S/N 2218 988 175 G36 175 988 2218 G35 2351 S/N 753 G34 2218 S/N 1908 1901 2 QTY. 2 2 QTY. 2 2 1 G33 175 988 S/N 2218 G31 2218 175 753 S/N DESCRIPTION QTY. 2 1 G30 175 753 S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G30-G37 G30 2 2 GGW 4/1/85 700 DOUBLE GUY ATTACHMENTS 1 2/24/11 CM AH Guy Hook, 25,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 16", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" Guy Hook, 25,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 16", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 16", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Pole Eye Plate, 21,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" Pole Eye Plate, 36,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Machine Bolt, 7/8" x 16", 25,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 7/8" Guy Hook, 25,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Pole Eye Plate, 21,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" Pole Eye Plate, 21,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 16", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 16", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Pole Eye Plate, 36,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Machine Bolt, 7/8" x 16", 25,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 7/8" Rev. 1 - Added "double" to title, added types of guys to drawings, and corrected material lists. 13 12 2 2 1394 1132 1/2" x 4 1/2" Lag Screw 1/2" Flat Round Washer 9 2 1 2218 DESCRIPTION QTY. 2 G32 175 753 S/N Guy Hook, 25,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 16", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" 2 2 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4 G43 OR 9 G42 5 2 11 3 6 OR 11 G40 2 3 11 1 G41 1 2 11 3 6 13 9 Curved Washer, Cast, 4" x 4" Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" Pole Eye Plate, 21,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 5 11 4 3 2 11 2 3 1 3 11 Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 14", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Guy Hook, 25,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 2 1 2 2 1 1911 2351 1908 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 2 QTY. 2 QTY. 2 2 QTY. 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 G43 S/N 1900 2218 G42 S/N 988 1910 174 2218 753 174 1910 G41 2218 1910 S/N QTY. 2 1 G40 S/N 174 753 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of G40-G45 G40 1 1 GGW 4/1/86 700 SINGLE GUY ATTACHMENTS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 2/24/11 CM AH Rev. 2 - Corrected material issues and drawings, added "single" to title, obsoleted G44, and added G45. Guy Hook, 25,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Curved Washer, Cast, 4" x 4" Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 14", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 3/4" Curved Washer, Cast, 4" x 4" Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 14", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Machine Bolt, 7/8" x 14", 25,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Pole Eye Plate, Heavy 36,000 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Curved Washer, Cast, 4" x 6" Double Coil Spring Lock Washer 7/8" 14 15 G45 16 16 DESCRIPTION 1 QTY. G45 S/N 1647 Eyelet, 3/4" Gav., 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 15 14 1 1 1394 1132 1/2" x 4 1/2" Lag Screw 1/2" Flat Round Washer 2 1 174 Machine Bolt, 3/4" x 14", 18,350 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Note : For a head guy, turn attachment upside down. Note : Only for bridle and light span guys. 2 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of GDG50 - GDG81 GDG50 1 3 GGW 4/1/86 700 DOWN GUYS 1 2/24/11 CM AH GDG 50 GDG 51 GDG 70 GDG 71 3 2 OR 7 6 OR 5 1 OR 4 2 6 OR 9 5 OR 1 10 GDG 52 GDG 53 3 2 OR 7 6 OR 5 1 OR 4 10 8 3 OR 7 10 7'-0" GDG 72 GDG 73 2 6 OR 9 5 OR 1 3 OR 7 10 7'-0" Rev. 1 - Removed uninsulated guys (GDG60-63), and corrected drawings and material issue. 8 11 OR 12 OR 11 OR 12 OR DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of GDG50 - GDG81 GDG50 2 3 GGW 4/1/86 700 DOWN GUYS 1 2/24/11 CM AH GDG 80 GDG 81 OR 3 7 7'-0" 9 OR 6 2 OR 1 5 10 1. If more than one guy will be attached to one anchor, an additional long automatic guy grip must be called for: S/N 1190- 10M Long Auto Guy Grip S/N 1192- 18M Long Auto Guy Grip 2. 3' and 10' Fiberglass Strain Insulators must be called for separately: S/N 776- 3' Fiberglass Strain Insulator S/N 1678- 10' Fiberglass Strain Insulator Notes : 1 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 45ft 3 GDG50 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 4 1 780 Insulator, Guy Strain Small, 12,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-2 3 1 1189 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Short Rev. 1 - Removed uninsulated guys (GDG60-63), and corrected drawings and material issue. 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow DESCRIPTION QTY. GDG51 S/N 7 1 1191 6 5 3 45ft 714 1420 Guy Wire, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Short 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 1 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 45ft 3 GDG52 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 4 1 780 Insulator, Guy Strain Small, 12,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-2 3 1 1189 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Short 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 8 1 1628 Clevis, Thimble 1 1/4" DESCRIPTION QTY. GDG53 S/N 7 1 1191 6 5 3 45ft 714 1420 Guy Wire, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Short 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 11 1 781 Insulator, Guy Strain Large, 20,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-3 11 1 781 Insulator, Guy Strain Large, 20,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-3 12 1 1912 Clevis, Thimble 2 1/4" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of GDG50 - GDG81 GDG50 3 3 GGW 4/1/86 700 DOWN GUYS 1 2/24/11 CM AH 1 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 45ft 3 GDG70 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 3 1 1189 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Short Rev. 1 - Removed uninsulated guys (GDG60-63), and corrected drawings and material issue. 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 1 778 DESCRIPTION QTY. GDG71 S/N 7 1 1191 6 5 3 45ft 714 1420 Guy Wire, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Short 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 1 778 1 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 45ft 3 GDG72 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 3 1 1189 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Short 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 1 778 DESCRIPTION QTY. GDG73 S/N 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 1 778 7 1 1191 6 5 3 45ft 714 1420 Guy Wire, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Short 1 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 45ft 1 GDG80 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 3 1 1189 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Short 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 1 778 DESCRIPTION QTY. GDG81 S/N 7 1 1191 6 5 1 45ft 714 1420 Guy Wire, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Short 10 1 1061 Marker, Guy 8' Yellow 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 1 778 12 1 1912 Clevis, Thimble, 2 1/4" Diameter 12 1 1912 Clevis, Thimble, 2 1/4" Diameter ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of GSG50 - GSG85 GSG50 1 4 GGW 4/1/86 700 SPAN GUYS 1 2/24/11 CM AH OR 2 1 OR 5 GSG 50 GSG 51 4 6 6 2 4 6 OR 2 OR OR 2 1 OR 5 GSG 52 GSG 53 4 6 6 2 4 6 OR 2 OR OR 2 1 OR 5 GSG 54 GSG 55 4 6 7 3 4 6 OR 2 OR OR 2 1 OR 5 GSG 56 GSG 57 4 6 7 3 4 6 OR 2 OR 8 8 Rev. 1 - Obsoleted GSG60 to GSG63, added GSG54 to GSG57, and corrected drawings and material lists. OR 11 OR 11 OR 11 OR 11 OR 10 OR 11 OR 11 OR 11 OR 11 OR 10 3 5 OR 7 OR 6 2 OR 9 1 OR 1 3 7 GSG 84 GSG 85 OR 2 6 GSG 82 GSG 83 5 2 6 OR 6 2 OR GSG 70 GSG 71 4 1 5 OR 9 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of GSG50 - GSG85 GSG50 2 4 GGW 4/1/86 700 SPAN GUYS 1 2/24/11 CM AH 9 9 9 7'-0" 7'-0" 7'-0" 7'-0" 3' and 10' Fiberglass Strain Insulators must be called for separately: S/N 776- 3' Fiberglass Strain Insulator S/N 1678- 10' Fiberglass Strain Insulator Note : OR 11 OR Rev. 1 - Obsoleted GSG60 to GSG63, added GSG54 to GSG57, and corrected drawings and material lists. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of GSG50 - GSG85 GSG50 3 4 GGW 4/1/86 700 SPAN GUYS 1 2/24/11 CM AH 4 1 2 DESCRIPTION 2 QTY. 150ft 6 780 GSG50 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed Insulator, Guy Strain, Small, 12,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-2 6 5 DESCRIPTION 6 QTY. 150ft 714 GSG51 1420 S/N Guy Grip, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed 4 1 2 DESCRIPTION 2 QTY. 150ft 6 780 GSG52 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed Insulator, Guy Strain, Small, 12,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-2 10 1 1628 Clevis, Thimble, 1 1/4" Diameter DESCRIPTION QTY. GSG53 S/N 8 1 1912 Clevis, Thimble, 2 1/4" Diameter 6 5 6 150ft 714 1420 Guy Grip, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed 1 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 150ft 5 GSG54 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 4 2 780 Insulator, Guy Strain, Small, 12,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-2 3 1 1190 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Long DESCRIPTION QTY. GSG55 S/N 7 1 1192 6 5 5 150ft 714 1420 Guy Grip, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Long 1 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 150ft 5 GSG56 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 4 2 780 Insulator, Guy Strain, Small, 12,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-2 3 1 1190 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Long 10 1 1628 Clevis, Thimble, 1 1/4" Diameter DESCRIPTION QTY. GSG57 S/N 7 1 1192 6 5 5 150ft 714 1420 Guy Grip, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Long 8 1 1912 Clevis, Thimble, 2 1/4" Diameter 11 2 781 Insulator, Guy Strain, Large, 20,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-3 11 2 781 Insulator, Guy Strain, Large, 20,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-3 11 2 781 Insulator, Guy Strain, Large, 20,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-3 11 2 781 Insulator, Guy Strain, Large, 20,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-3 Rev. 1 - Obsoleted GSG60 to GSG63, added GSG54 to GSG57, and corrected drawings and material lists. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of GSG50 - GSG85 GSG50 4 4 GGW 4/1/86 700 SPAN GUYS 1 2/24/11 CM AH DESCRIPTION QTY. GSG85 S/N 9 1 1192 7 5 6 5 150ft 714 1420 Guy Grip, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Long Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 2 778 DESCRIPTION QTY. GSG84 S/N 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 2 778 1 2 150ft 5 713 1419 Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 3 1 1190 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Long 6 5 DESCRIPTION 2 QTY. 150ft 714 GSG83 1420 S/N Guy Grip, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 2 778 DESCRIPTION QTY. GSG82 S/N 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 2 778 1 2 150ft 2 713 1419 Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed DESCRIPTION QTY. GSG71 S/N 7 1 1192 6 5 3 150ft 714 1420 Guy Grip, 18M Guy Grip, 18M, Preformed Guy Grip, 18M, Automatic, Long 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 1 778 1 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. 150ft 3 GSG70 713 1419 S/N Guy Wire, 10M Guy Grip, 10M, Preformed 4 1 780 Insulator, Guy Strain, Small, 12,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-2 3 1 1190 Guy Grip, 10M, Automatic, Long 9 Insulator, Fiberglass, 2 Wheel, 7', 21,000 lbs. Ultimate, 530kV Wet Flashover 1 778 11 1 781 Insulator, Guy Strain, Large, 20,000 lbs. Ultimate, ANSI 54-3 Rev. 1 - Obsoleted GSG60 to GSG63, added GSG54 to GSG57, and corrected drawings and material lists. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO.03/14/11
Section 800 - Line DevicesN Ne w Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 800 L INE D EVICES 8/13/2021 C CA 6 00 Capacitor Bank - 3 Units - 600 kV AR ~ CF Capacitor Fuse Schedule ~ CO1 Pole Mounting Bracket for Cutout & Lightning Arrester ~ CO3 Line Cutouts ~ CO100 Universal Cutout - 100 Amp ~ CO200 Universal Cutout - 200 Amp ~ OFI Overhead Fault Indicators ~ R5 Three 1Ø Solid Dielectric Reclosers ~ R6 Three 1Ø Oil - Filled Reclosers ~ REG3 3Ø Regulator Installation ~ SW3 Pole Top Switch - Switch Number Location ~ SW6 3Ø Switch - Underslung - 900A DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CA600 CA600 1 2 HWH/GW 1/22/80 800 CAPACITOR BANK 3 UNITS 600 kVAR 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 2/6/15 CM DK 3 3/11/20 KJP 4 8/13/21 KJP AØ FOR Y SYSTEMS BØ CØ TO GROUND N1 NOTE: Connect Arrester Grounds to Capacitor Mounting Bolts. 8" 7'-0" 22 24 25 26 30 29 32 17 2 3 4 31 1 18 1'-0" 28 27 2'-0" 26 25 23 16 11 19 33 NOTE: Keep case ground and neutral separate. 14 13 12 15 10 18 20 21 3 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CA600 CA600 2 2 HWH/GW 1/22/80 800 CAPACITOR BANK 3 UNITS 600 kVAR 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 2/6/15 CM DK 3 3/11/20 KJP 4 8/13/21 KJP S/N QTY. CA600 QTY. S/N CO100 (3) QTY. S/N ADDITIONAL MATERIAL MIN 2' QTY. S/N PR20TREE ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION LA2 (3) QTY. S/N ITEM NO. 14 13 12 15 11 10 16 5 6 9 7 8 3 1 3 4 2 21 19 18 18 20 20 17 KVAR UNIT SIZE CAPACITOR LINE CURRENT AND FUSE SCHEDULE PER PHASE CURRENT 100 200 27.76 13.88 EXPULSION FUSE 25A 15A 40A 25A FUSE CURRENT LIMITING 7200 VOLTS CAUTION: CAPACITORS MUST BE GROUNDED AFTER THEY ARE DE-ENERGIZED BECAUSE THEY WILL STAY CHARGED FOR A LONG TIME. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CF CF 1 1 800 CAPACITOR FUSE SCHEDULE 1 2/6/15 CM DK Rev 1: Changed to "ELF" fuse from expulsion & CLF. OLD BANKS (INSTALLED PRIOR TO 2012) NEW BANKS NOTE : "ELF" fuse is a combination expulsion and CLF that fits in a universal cutout. The fuse is made by Cooper. KVAR UNIT SIZE PER PHASE CURRENT 100 200 27.76 13.88 ELF FUSE 30A 18A 1543 1544 S/N 7200 VOLTS 4 5 6 3 1 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CO1 CO1 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 800 POLE MOUNTING BRACKET FOR CUTOUT & LIGHTNING ARRESTOR 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 DESCRIPTION Washer, Double Ring 5/8" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 3" Drive Point Washer, Square Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Flat Round Galv. 1/2" Bracket, Pole Mount, Cutout Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 10" Galv. 5 6 4 3 2 1 2217 1 1 1131 CO1 QTY. 1 1 1 1 1412 1394 154 219 S/N ITEM NO. 4" 4" NOTE : 1. Call for cutouts separately SOURCE 1'-10" 1'-10" 6 4 3'-8" 6 LOAD 3 5 1 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CO3 CO3 1 1 TO 1/31/09 800 LINE CUTOUTS 1 8/25/09 CM AH 8 9 Rev 1: Updated material & drawing. 7 DESCRIPTION CO3 QTY. S/N 1 2 3 9 8 7 6 5 4 Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16" Brace, Crossarm 28" Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5" Galv. Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Think x 13/16" Hole Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Arm, Cross (Distr.) 8', 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Washer, Spring, 5/8" 157 1 1412 1 25 1 205 3 78 2 1132 2 1392 1 709 1 2217 1 ITEM NO. Clamp Hot Line, GP1530 Cutout 100 Amp Conductor, Wire Cu 1/C #4 7STR, 600V, Insulated, Red 3 2 1 2512 15 CO100 284 DESCRIPTION 1 1 QTY. 2532 S/N WIRE SIZE S/N 795 Al/Cu 2341 2340 397 Al/Cu 2339 #6 ACSR-#2/0 ACSR Al/Cu 2338 #6 Sol Cu-#2 Str Cu 1. This cutout is for use on any load up to and including 100 Amp. 2. For loads greater than 100 Amp use the CO200 cutout. 3. By replacing the tube with a slug (solid blade S/N 2168) this cutout becomes an unfused 300 Amp disconnect. 4. The Loadbuster tool will allow interruption of currents up to 900 Amps. 5. A linkbreak tube (S/N 2533) is available for locations that prevent use of the Loadbuster tool for loads up to 100 Amps. NOTES : 3 1 3 2 2547 1 Wildlife Guard, Cutout, Non-loadbreak, Gray 4 Rev 2: Deleted CO-1-8, added wildlife guard, corrected material, and changed title from CO18. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CO100 CO100 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 800 UNIVERSAL CUTOUT 100 AMP 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 8/25/09 CM AH ORDER HOT LINE STIRRUP CLAMP SEPARATELY CHOOSE CORRECT SIZE FOR PRIMARY WIRE. 4 ITEM NO. Clamp Hot Line GP1530 Cutout 200 Amp. Conducotr #2/0 SDBC 3 2 1 379 15 CO200 284 DESCRIPTION 1 1 QTY. 1906 S/N 1. This cutout is for use in any application requiring 125 Amp or larger fuses. 2. The loadbuster tool will allow interruptions of currents up to 900 Amps. 3. By replacing the tube with a slug (solid blade S/N 2168) this cutout becomes an unfused 300 Amp disconnect. NOTES : 3 1 3 2 2547 1 Wildlife Guard, Cutout, Non-linkbreak, Gray 4 Rev 2: Deleted CO-1-11, added wildlife guard, updated notes & changed title from CO111. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CO200 CO200 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 800 UNIVERSAL CUTOUT 200 AMP 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 8/25/09 CM AH ORDER HOT LINE STIRRUP CLAMP SEPARATELY CHOOSE CORRECT SIZE FOR PRIMARY WIRE. 4 WIRE SIZE S/N 795 Al/Cu 2341 2340 397 Al/Cu 2339 #6 ACSR-#2/0 ACSR Al/Cu 2338 #6 Sol Cu-#2 Str Cu ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of OFI OFI 1 1 800 OVERHEAD FAULT INDICATORS 1 2/15/10 KJP 1 QTY. UFI1800 S/N 2558 1 DESCRIPTION OVERHEAD FAULT INDICATOR, CURRENT RESET, 400A TRIP USE: OFF-ROAD LINES, RECLOSERS, UG DIPS, AND WHEREVER NEEDED TRIP CURRENT: 400A RESET VOLTAGE AND TIME: 5KV (UP TO 5 MIN.) BATTERY FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW Rev 1: Corrected reset voltage and time. ITEM NO. SOURCE TYPICAL LOAD BYPASS 1. Type G & W reclosers are not source sensitive. Source or load may be on either bushing. Drawing just shows preferred connections. 2. Call for reclosers separately. 3. Use 50' Class 4 pole minimum. Notes : 8 16" 4'-0" 10'-0" 6'-0" 3'-0" 9 SOURCE SIDE VIEW 3 3 9 SOURCE 2'-6" 1'-6" 7 BETWEEN BRACKETS 3" HOLE TO HOLE 5 6 4 2 3 LOAD RECLOSER NUMBER TAG 10' FROM GROUND LEVEL A B C 12 11 10 13 13 13 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of R5 R5 1 2 CM/AH 1/13/10 800 7+5((‘ SOLID DIELECTRIC RECLOSERS 1 7/29/10 KJP 2 2/25/15 KJP GROUNDLINE CONTROL PANEL 6' 26 18 16 17 19 15 14 * Need pole diameter measurement for Transformer shop to build cluster-mount and consult Service Department for location. * 12-1841 20 21 22 23 25 1 Rev 2: Added note on source and load designation, and changed to Copperweld ground. Engineering Note : Voltage sensor and CTs are in the horizontal bushing well. S L L S DESCRIPTION 4 5 3 2 1 QTY. 3 12 80 6 6 1276 434 382 2340 S/N 285 10 9 8 7 6 1280 1 156 2 4 48 155 1389 24 132 12 11 4 1392 14 16 15 DESCRIPTION Bolt, Double, Arm, 5/8" x 16" Galv. Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Insulator, Pin, C Neck, Polyethylene Pin, Adapter 81 1 2 1 1403 2217 1968 1 2 1 1392 959 QTY. S/N PR20TREE Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galv. 1 1/2" Connector, Compression, Cu/Al, Neutral Conductor, Cu-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Black Jacket Clamp, Ground rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze 24 23 21 22 19 18 DESCRIPTION N1 QTY. 413 2707 10 1 1124 S/N 281 1512 36 1 1 17 13 25 1 1281 1 1282 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of R5 R5 2 2 CM/AH 1/13/10 800 7+5((‘ SOLID DIELECTRIC RECLOSERS 1 7/29/10 KJP 2 2/25/15 KJP Fault Indicator, OH Beacon, 400A 2558 3 26 Conduit, Flex, Liquid Tight, 3/4" Standoff Bracket 10 1/2" Conductor, Cu, #12, 600V, 19 Strand (Streetlight) Conduit, PVC, 3/4" x 10', Sch. 80 30 29 27 28 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. 226 3 1615 S/N 2221 386 35 3 10 Conductor, 4/0 Cu, 1/C, 600V XLP, 19 Str. Switch, Transfer 600A Connector, Comp Lugs, Cu 4/0 to Cu 4/0 Bolt, Machine 1/2" x 2", Stainless Steel Clamp, Hotline GP 1540 Clamp, Hotline Stirrup, 266.5 - 397.5 Al/Cu Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Tag, Phasing - A Bolt, Assembly, 1 1/2" x 2", SS W/ Belleville & Flat Washers Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12", Galv., 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Square, Cast 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Tag, Phasing - B Tag, Phasing - C R5 Wire, Tie, Al Annealed #4 SD 10 3012 20 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil, Galv., 5/8" Rev 2: Added note on source and load designation, and changed to Copperweld ground. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL SOURCE TYPICAL LOAD BYPASS 1. Type L reclosers are not source sensitive. Source or load may be on either bushing. 2. Type D and VXE reclosers are source sensitive. The source must be connected to the bushing closest to the indicator rain shield. The tank ground is on top of D & VXE reclosers. 3. Call for reclosers separately. 4. Use 50' Class 2 pole minimum. NOTES : 9 16" 4'-0" 10'-0" 6'-0" 3'-0" 8 SOURCE SIDE VIEW 13 3 L S 3 L S 8 SOURCE 2'-6" 1'-6" 7 BETWEEN BRACKETS 3" HOLE TO HOLE 5 6 4 2 1 3 LOAD RECLOSER NUMBER TAG 10' FROM GROUND LEVEL A B C 12 11 10 14 14 14 15 Note 2 REV. 3: Added deadend assembly to drawing, changed Note #4 to 50', and added "Oil-Filled" to title DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of R6 R6 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 800 7+5((‘ OIL-FILLED RECLOSERS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 6/17/03 LB DK 3 8/25/09 CM AH 16 NOTE : Consult Service Department for location of reclosers. 21 19 20 22 18 23 17 12-1841 DESCRIPTION Connector, Comp Lug, Cu 4/0 Clamp, Hotline AGP 1540 Cond. CU 4/0 1C 600V Clamp, Hotline Stirrup Switch, Transfer 600A 4 5 3 2 1 QTY. 3 12 80 6 6 1276 434 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL 382 2340 S/N 285 Tag, Phasing - A Bolt, Machine 1/2" X 2", SS Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12", Galv. Washer Belleville Assembly 1/2" 10 9 8 7 6 1280 1 156 2 4 48 155 1389 24 132 Washer, Square Curved, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 12 11 4 1392 Mount, Triple Cluster Trans. Al 1 904 17 19 18 DESCRIPTION Bolt, Double, Arm, 5/8" x 16" Washer, Spring, 5/8" Washer Lock, 5/8" Insulator, Pin C Neck Pin, Adapter 81 1 2 1 1403 2217 1968 1 2 1 1392 959 QTY. S/N PR20TREE Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Staple, Ground Wire Connector, Compression, Cu/Al, Neutral Conductor, Cu 4SLD 1C Clamp, Ground rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze 27 26 24 25 22 21 DESCRIPTION N1 QTY. 413 1228 10 1 1124 S/N 281 390 36 1 1 Connector, Cu, Compression, #4-#4 (4C4) 13 3 450 20 15 14 28 1 1281 1 1282 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of R6 R6 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 800 7+5((‘ OIL-FILLED RECLOSERS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 6/17/03 LB DK 3 8/25/09 CM AH REV. 3: Added deadend assembly to drawing, changed Note #4 to 50', and added "Oil-Filled" to title R6 Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14", Galv. Tag, Phasing - B Tag, Phasing - C Fault Indicator, OH Beacon 2558 3 16 Washer, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Wire, Tie, Al Annealed #4 SD 10 3012 23 17 18 21 20 19 22 23 PR20TREE N1 24 25 26 27 As Required 28 MIN 2' ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. BØ BØ ~ AØ ~ CØ CØ 5 4 6 Approx.5'-6" Approx. 2'-6" 32'-0"Min. 20'-0" Min. 1. Ground bus across bottom of regulator platform: - use 2/0 Str Cu - tie ground bus to system neutral - tie regulator cases to ground bus - tie ground bus to pole ground 2. Terminate (6) 4/0 Cu leads on switches & coil up 10' and leave for CPU substation crew. 3. Regulators, poles, and any reframing of primary or neutral must be called for separately. 4. Tie Jimmy bracket ground to pole ground. 5. Based on distance to road and size of pull - off, engineer may require control panel, switches, etc. to face the field instead of the road. 6. Engineer to call for #6 Duplex (S/N 357) for high light from nearest transformer. 7. Minimum pole size is 45' Class 2. Notes: 5'-0" 16'-0" 26 26 25 25 10 9 16 15 2 8 7 12 14 812 13 1 173 10" 27 27 23 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of REG3 REG3 1 4 LB/AH 11/1/00 800 3Ø REGULATOR INSTALLATION 1 6/17/03 DK LB 2 2/19/08 LB AH 3 12/18/19 CM GM 4 12/14/20 JDK 10 Comm. Crossarm (Detail B) 11 24 18 28 10 28 29 30 DETAIL A DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of REG3 REG3 2 4 LB/AH 11/1/00 800 3Ø REGULATOR INSTALLATION 1 6/17/03 DK LB 2 2/19/08 LB AH 3 12/18/19 CM GM 4 12/14/20 JDK DETAIL B 19 21 22 20 Communications Fiberglass Crossarm Note: 3/4" bolts are to be used for attaching to pole with washers used at contact points. Platform Does NOT Come with Lag Screws & Through Bolts Electrical Wiring Diagram SL SL S L SL SLL S DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of REG3 REG3 3 4 LB/AH 11/1/00 800 3Ø REGULATOR INSTALLATION 1 6/17/03 DK LB 2 2/19/08 LB AH 3 12/18/19 CM GM 4 12/14/20 JDK Typical Grounding of Regulator 32 34 33 31 QTY.REG3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of REG3 REG3 4 4 LB/AH 11/1/00 800 3Ø REGULATOR INSTALLATION 1 6/17/03 DK LB 2 2/19/08 LB AH 3 12/18/19 CM GM 4 12/14/20 JDK ITEM NO. S10 (2) QTY. 4' 6' TO 8' NUMBERED SWITCH PLATE IS TO FACE TRAVELED WAY ROADSIDE FIELDSIDE LOOKING FROM TRAVELED WAY LOOKING IN DIRECTION OF TRAVEL (LOCATION OF SWITCH HANDLE MAY VARY) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SW3 SW3 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 800 POLE TOP SWITCH SWITCH NUMBER LOCATION 1 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 4'-0" 5' NEUTRAL GROUND ROD Conductor, #4 CU, covered 4 8 7 6 5 1 3 2 DESCRIPTION Bolt, Nut, Washer, SS, 1/2" x 2", Assembly Connector, Tap, Power Booster, 397-397 Switch, loadbreak, horizontal, 900A, 15kV Conductor, OH, 397 MCM AL, Bare QTY. S/N SW6 Clamp, Ground rod, 5/8", Bronze, Small 1 281 5 1228 1 2432 390 2501 1389 438 367 12 20 6 6 60 Connector, Clamp, 397 to NEMA 2-Hole Staples, Ground wire Washer, Curved, Cast 4" x 4" x 13/16" Hole Rod, Ground, 8' Washer, Spring, 3/4" Bolt, Machine, Galv., 3/4" x 16" 10 11 9 12 2 2 2 175 1910 2218 1124 1 5 2 3 4 10 11 12 1 8 7 6 13 Lock, Padlock, Hardened Stainless Steel 2564 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SW6 SW6 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 800 ‘6:,7&+ UNDERSLUNG 900A 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 11/10/05 LB AH 2 12/14/09 KJP ADJUST SWITCH CROSSARM TO PROVIDE MINIMUM 8" CLEARANCE TO POLE. NOTE: DO NOT INSTALL TRANSFORMERS, U1'S, U2'S, AND U3'S ON SWITCH POLES 7' FIBERGLASS ROD SAFETY INSULATOR OPERATOR ROD GROUND 6' MIN. 6' MIN. 9'-0" 13 9 4'-6" Rev 2: Changed drawing to deadend assembly, removed tree wire jumpers, material corrections, and updated rating of switch. ITEM NO.08/13/21
Section 900 - MeteringN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 900 M ETER ING 11/19/2020 ~ M Metering Requirements - General, Commercial & Residential ~ M1 Primary Metering Insta llation - OH to UG - 7.2 kV , Wye – 3 - Ele ment Meter ~ M1A Primary Metering Installation - OH - 7.2kV, Wye - 3 - Element Meter ~ M4 Primary Metering Installation - OH to UG - 7.2kV, 1 Ø , 1 - Element Meter ~ M4A Primary Metering Installation - OH - 7.2kV, 1 Ø , 1 - Element Meter ~ M7 Underground Primary Metering Pad – 1 Ø - 200 Amp C M8 Underground Primary Metering Pad – 3 Ø - 200 and 600 Amp ~ M16 Secondary Metering Installation - Pole Mounted - 3 Ø , 4 - Wire ~ M17 Secondary Metering Installation - Pole Mounted - 1 Ø , 3 - Wire ~ M20 Pad & Assembly - Secon dary Me tering for Padmount Transformer ~ M23 D/I CT Metering at Padmount Transformer ~ M28 Recommended Layout for Temporary Electric Service - 120/240v – 3 - Wire ~ M28A Recommended Conductor Supports for Temporary Electric Service ~ MBCT CT Meter Base Support for Padmount Transformer ~ UM1 Primary 3 Ø Metering Enclosure ~ UMS4 - 36 Secondary 1Ø CT Metering Assemblies Residential DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M M 1 4 JEH 2/22/00 900 METERING REQUIREMENTS GENERAL 0 8/20/02 1 8/2/05 LB AH 2 1/13/10 CM AH CLARK PUBLIC UTILITY METERING REQUIREMENTS BASED ON EUSERC SPECIFICATIONS TYPE OF SERVICE OR SOURCE VOLTAGES SINGLE PHASE 120/240 VOLTS NETWORK 120/208V (2 LEGS OF Y) 4 WIRE WYE 120/208 VOLTS 4 WIRE DELTA 240/120 VOLTS :,5(‘'(/7$9 (Existing service only. New services, current trans. Will be 4 wire 240/120) :,5(‘'(/7$9 (Existing service only. New services, current trans. Will be 4 wire 240/480 :,5(‘ 277/480 VOLTS SIZE TERMINALS NUMBER OF PROVISION BYPASS SWITCH TEST METERING REACTIVE 200 amp 320 amp C.T. 200 amp C.T. 200 amp C.T. 200 amp C.T. 200 amp C.T. 200 amp 200 amp C.T. & V.T. Prim. Met. B/base 7200/120 P.T. & C.T. (Contact district about type of socket and whether or not current transformers and reactive metering will be required before making any 480 volt installations) 4 4 6 5 8 7 13 7 13 5 8 5 7 13 13 C.T. - Current Transformer V.T. - Voltage Transformer BLOCK BYPASS NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO YES NO YES NO NO NO NO NO NO YES YES YES YES YES NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO BLOCK BYPASS Commercial Residential Commercial Residential 200 amp 4 NO NO NO C.T. 6 NO NO NO Commercial Residential 200 amp 5 NO NO NO Commercial (Swimming pools over 35kw will be C.T.'d or 320 amp) Rev 2 - Changed blocks marked with a *. SAFETY SOCKET SAFETY SOCKET SAFETY SOCKET SAFETY SOCKET SAFETY SOCKET * SAFETY SOCKET DEMAND METERING 20KW OR GREATER NO COMMERCIAL ONLY 20KW OR GREATER NO NO NO NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES * YES * YES * YES * YES * 120V 120V 208V A 120/208V 1 PHASE NETWORK 120V 2 WIRE 120V N B C B A 3 PHASE 3 WIRE 240V 240V 240V SINGLE PHASE 3 WIRE 120/240V 240V 120V 120V A N B A N 3 PHASE 4 WIRE WYE 120/208V (or 277/480V) 3 WIRE SERVICE USING ONE C.T. 6 TERMINAL SOCKET 3 WIRE SINGLE SERVICE USING 2 C.T.'s 6 TERMINAL SOCKET 3 PHASE 4 WIRE DELTA 240/120V A N A B N A B C A C B N A B C N A B N A B C N 240V 240V 208V 208V NEUTRAL WHITE POWER LEG POWER LEG NEUTRAL WHITE 120V 208V 120V 120V A B N C NEUTRAL WHITE LEGEND CURRENT COIL VOLTAGE COIL C.T. RATED SELF CONTAINED ALL METER SOCKETS TO BE GROUNDED DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M M 2 4 JEH 2/22/00 900 METERING REQUIREMENTS GENERAL 0 REDRAWN IN CAD 0 8/20/02 1 8/2/05 LB AH SEE MD04 * SEE MD06 * SEE MD08 * SEE MD09 * SEE MD01 * SEE MD02 * SEE MD07 * SEE MD11 * MD11A * REV. 1 - Added Metering Diagram Numbers. POSITION OPTIONS POSITION OPTIONS DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M M 3 4 JEH 2/22/00 900 METERING REQUIREMENTS COMMERCIAL APPLICATION 1 8/2/05 LB AH 2 12/19/07 LB AH 3 1/13/10 CM AH 4 6/18/10 KJP DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M M 4 4 JEH 2/22/00 900 METERING REQUIREMENTS RESIDENTIAL 0 REDRAWN IN CAD 0 8/20/02 1 8/2/05 LB AH 2 12/19/07 LB AH UG CT CT CT VT C/0's L.A. SOURCE VT VT 6 3 2 1 5 12 4 3 13 10 11 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M1 M1 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 900 PRIMARY METERING INSTALLATION OVERHEAD TO UNDERGROUND 7.2KV, WYE - 3 ELEMENT METER 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 8/11/10 CM AH Rev 2: Changed to single-bushing PTs and updated drawing & material list. 8 6" 6" Note : Meter shop will pre-wire the rack with #4 SD for the grounds and leave a 10' coil for line crew to connect to system neutral, and red-covered # 2Cu 7-str with 10' coil left on source-side and 2-bolt spade on load side. 7 9 9 Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12" Galv 8 2 155 Cond, Wire, Cu 1/C #2AWG 7Str 600V Red 9 2513 60 MM1 from Meter Dept., CT/VT Assembly w/ Rack 12 11 10 N/S 1 2 2 2217 1392 DESCRIPTION 4 7 6 5 1 3 2 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" thick x 13/16" hole DESCRIPTION Bolt, Double, Arm, 5/8" x 16" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulation Pin C Neck Pin Adapter 81 1 3012 10 2 1 1403 2217 1968 1 2 1 1392 959 QTY. S/N PR20TREE DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M1 M1 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 900 PRIMARY METERING INSTALLATION OVERHEAD TO UNDERGROUND 7.2KV, WYE - 3 ELEMENT METER 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 8/11/10 CM AH QTY. S/N ADDITIONAL MATERIAL Rev 2: Changed to single-bushing PTs and updated drawing & material list. Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" thick x 13/16" hole Connector, Compression Lug, #2 Cu 13 427 3 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. CT CT VT C/0's SOURCE VT VT LOAD 3 12 9 1 2 6 4 5 8 10 11 CT DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M1A M1A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 900 PRIMARY METERING INSTALLATION OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION 7.2KV, WYE - 3 ELEMENT METER 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 8/11/10 CM AH Rev 2: Changed to single-bushing PTs, removed arresters, and updated drawing & material list. 7 Note : Meter shop will pre-wire the rack with #4 SD for the grounds and leave a 10' coil for line crew to connect to system neutral, and red-covered #2 Cu 7-str with 10' coil left on source-side and 2-bolt spade on load side. 13 Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12" Galv 8 2 155 Cond, Wire, Cu 1/C #2AWG 7Str 600V Red 10 9 2513 60 MM1A from Meter Dept., CT/VT Assembly w/ Rack Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" thick x 13/16" hole 12 11 N/S 1 2 2 2217 1392 DESCRIPTION 4 7 6 5 1 3 2 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" thick x 13/16" hole DESCRIPTION Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 16" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulation Pin C Neck Pin, Adapter 81 1 3012 10 2 1 1403 2217 1968 1 2 1 1392 959 QTY. S/N PR20TREE Additional Material QTY. S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M1A M1A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 900 PRIMARY METERING INSTALLATION OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION 7.2KV, WYE - 3 ELEMENT METER 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 8/11/10 CM AH Rev 2: Changed to single-bushing PTs, removed arresters, and updated drawing & material list. Connector, Compression Lug, #2 Cu 13 3 427 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. UG CT C/0 L.A. SOURCE VT 1 4 3 2 5 6 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M4 M4 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 900 PRIMARY METERING INSTALLATION OVERHEAD TO UNDERGROUND 7.2KV, 1 PHASE, 1 ELEMENT METER 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 8/11/10 CM AH Rev 2: Changed to single-bushing PTs and drawing & material corrections. Note : Meter shop will pre-wire the rack with #4 SD for the grounds and leave a 10' coil for line crew to connect to system neutral, and red-covered #2 Cu 7-str with 10' coil left on source-side and 2-bolt spade on load side. 11 10 9 13 7 12 8 4 3 Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12" Galv 2 155 Cond, Wire, Cu 1/C #2 7Str 600V Red 1 5 6 2513 20 MM1 from Meter Dept., CT/VT Assembly w/ Rack Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" thick x 13/16" hole N/S 1 2 2 2217 1392 DESCRIPTION 427 1 Connector, Compression Lug, #2 Cu 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M4 M4 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 900 PRIMARY METERING INSTALLATION OVERHEAD TO UNDERGROUND 7.2KV, 1 PHASE, 1 ELEMENT METER 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 8/11/10 CM AH S/N QTY. Rev 2: Changed to single-bushing PTs and drawing & material corrections. 10 13 12 11 7 9 8 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" thick x 13/16" hole DESCRIPTION Bolt, Double, Arm, 5/8" x 16" Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Insulation Pin C Neck Pin Adapter 81 1 3012 10 2 1 1403 2217 1968 1 2 1 1392 959 QTY. S/N PR20TREE ADDITIONAL MATERIAL Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. SOURCE CT C/0 VT 3 4 5 2 6 1 12 9 10 8 11 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M4A M4A 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 900 PRIMARY METERING INSTALLATION OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION 7.2KV, 1 PHASE, 1 ELEMENT METER 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 8/11/10 CM AH Rev 2: Changed to single-bushing PTs, removed lightning arrester and drawing & material corrections. 7 Note : Meter shop will pre-wire the rack with #4 SD for the grounds and leave a 10' coil for line crew to connect to system neutral, and red-covered #2 Cu 7-str with 10' coil left on source-side and 2-bolt spade on load side. 13 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" thick x 13/16" hole Pin, Adapter Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 16" 7 4 6 5 3 2 Insulation Pin C Neck 1 10 3012 1 1 2 1 2 81 2217 1403 959 1392 DESCRIPTION QTY. 1 S/N 1968 PR20TREE Cond, Wire, Cu 1/C #2AWG 7Str 600V Red MM1A from Meter Dept., CT/VT Assembly w/ Rack Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12" Galv 11 12 9 10 8 DESCRIPTION 1 2 2217 N/S 20 2 2 2513 1392 155 QTY. S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M4A M4A 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 900 PRIMARY METERING INSTALLATION OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION 7.2KV, 1 PHASE, 1 ELEMENT METER 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 8/11/10 CM AH Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" thick x 13/16" hole Rev 2: Changed to single-bushing PTs, removed lightning arrester and drawing & material corrections. Additional Material Connector, Compression Lug, #2 Cu 13 1 427 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Single Coil, Galv., 5/8" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 5/8" ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 1. ALL CONCRETE SHALL BE 2500 PSI AND HAVE A SLUMP OF 4" TO 6". 2. REINFORCING SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM DESIGNATION A15 AND A305. 3. TROWEL SMOOTH SURFACES AND BRUSH FINISH. ROUND ALL EDGES. PLAN SECTION "A-A" &21&5(7(3$''(7$,/6)25‘$03 UNDERGROUND PRIMARY METERING ENCLOSURE GENERAL NOTES: DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M7 M7 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 900 UNDERGROUND PRIMARY METERING PAD SINGLE PHASE 200 AMP 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 7/15/02 JEH TR 3 8/2/05 LB AH 4 12/19/07 LB AH 5HY1HZSDGGLPHQVLRQVIRUDPS‘XQGHUJURXQGPHWHULQJHQFORVXUH 1. UTILITY VAULT PAD #4872SLB6-1430CLARK 6'-0" 4'-0" 1'-6" 1'-10" 1'-6" 1'-3" 9" L C 6" 1 1 2 " CLR. 3 4 " CLR. 14" x 30" BLOCKOUT (2)-1'-6" LONG GALV. C-CHANNEL (W-7370) (2)-9" LONG GALV. C-CHANNEL (W-7370) 1'-2" 1'-3" 9" 1'-3" 1'-2" 7" 2" 5" 6" 3" 3" B B A A (4)-2 TON FLAT FOOT 7" 7" L C 1'-6" 1'-6" L C 1'-2" 1'-10" 3" 3" SECTION "B-B" WT. VOL. CONCRETE: 2 #6 GR. 60 2 6'-9"x STR. 20 2A #6 GR. 60 5 4'-11"x STR. 37 LIFT ANCHOR 4 2 TON SPREAD 1 #6 GR. 60 9 6'-9"x STR. 91 3 #4 GR. 60 2 6'-9"x STR. TOP 9 4 #4 GR. 60 2 6'-9"x STR. TOP 9 C-CHANNEL(W-7370) 2 8" LONG C-CHANNEL(W-7370) 2 1'-6" LONG PART QTY. DESCRIPTION SIZE WT. LBS. TOTAL BILL OF MATERIAL = WEIGHT = VOLUME GENERAL NOTES: DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M8 M8 1 1 LB/AH 12/19/07 900 UNDERGROUND PRIMARY METERING PAD THREE PHASE 200 AND 600 AMP 1 6/18/10 KJP 2 12/21/14 KJP 3 11/19/20 CM GM Rev 3: Changed to lighter (2130 vs 4769 lb) and smaller pad TOP VIEW 14"x68" BLOCKOUT 1. All concrete shall be 2500 PSI and have a slump of 4" to 6". 2. Reinforcing shall conform to ASTM designation A15 and A305. 3. Trowel smooth surfaces and brush finish. Round all edges. 1. Pad = 2,130 lb 2. Oldcastle pad #6084SLB6-1468-Clark. 3. Use template for conduit placement. FRONT VIEW Pad, Primary Metering Module, Concrete, 5' x 7' w/ 14" x 68" Blockout ITEM NO. 1 M8 QTY 1 2332 S/N DESCRIPTION 6" 5'-0" 4 7 6 5 1 3 2 DESCRIPTION Strap, Pipe 1" HW Conduit, Schedule 80 PVC 1" x 10' Meter base, Superior, w/ channel 1 1/2" x 1 1/2", from Meter Dept. LB, from Meter Dept. Strap, Pipe 3" HW 1239 2 MM1 20 376 2482 MM1 1 2 1 1243 MM1 QTY. S/N M16 Transformer, current, from Meter Dept. Connector, crimpet Cu 4/4 - 6/6 Weatherhead 1", from Meter Dept. Conductor, BSDC 4SLD 1C 8 9 1 452 MM1 1 3 10 SECTION AA A A 7 4 9 3 8 2 3 1 6 SOURCE Neutral white Drip loop Existing U8 (U3-2 brackets) 13 point w/ Test Switch Existing U8 6" 2" 6'-0" Adjust to local conditions 8'-0" Existing U8 R2 - Minor drawing changes DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M16 M16 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 900 SECONDARY METERING INSTALLATION POLE MOUNTED - 3 PHASE, 4 WIRE 1 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 7/15/02 JEH TR ITEM NO. 4 7 6 5 1 3 2 DESCRIPTION Conduit band from Meter Dept. Conduit, Schedule 80 PVC 3/4" x 10' Meter base w/ channel 3/4" x 1 1/2" from Meter Dept. Strap, Pipe 3" HW MM1 2 MM1 20 376 2221 MM1 1 2 1243 QTY. S/N M17 Transformer, current, from Meter Dept. Connector, crimpet, Cu 4/4 - 6/6 Weatherhead 3/4", from Meter Dept. Conductor, BSDC 4SLD 1C 8 1 452 MM1 1 2 10 SECTION AA A A 6 4 8 2 7 2 1 5 SOURCE Drip loop Existing U8 (U3-2 brackets) 6 point Existing U8 6" 2" 6'-0" Adjust to local conditions 8'-0" Existing U8 3 Neutral R2 - Minor drawing changes DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M17 M17 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 900 SECONDARY METERING INSTALLATION POLE MOUNTED - 1 PHASE, 3 WIRE 1 1 3/02 Redrawn In Cad 2 7/15/02 JEH TR ITEM NO. 2'-6" 15" 6" FRONT OF PAD 12" 6" 6" 21" Notes: CIRCLE AW 121413 OR EQUIVALENT. METER BASE, 13 POINT, W/SPACE CT's WILL BE FURNISHED BY CPU. CUSTOMER WILL INSTALL ASSEMBLY WHEN TRANSFORMER & PAD ARE INSTALLED. CUSTOMER TO POUR CONCRETE FOOTING FOR METER. MAY BE REDUCED TO 4' PROVIDED NOT LESS THAN FLUSH WITH TOP OF TRANSFORMER. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CENTER OF SECONDARY COMPARTMENT THIS INSTALLATION SHALL BE USED ONLY WHEN IT IS IMPRACTICAL TO INSTALL THE METER ON THE BUILDING AND ONLY AFTER DISTRICT APPROVAL. 6. 24" MIN 18" NOMINAL PLAN VIEW ‘75$16)250(5 CT's MOUNTED IN SECONDARY COMPARTMENT 4" MAX 18" MIN 12" 5'-10" NORMAL (SEE NOTE 7) CONCRETE FOOTING APRX 12"x12"x18" (2 - 90# BAGS OF CONCRETE MIX) TRANSFORMER PAD & METER FOOTING FOR TEST SWITCH. BASE MTR 1. REMOVED CT CAN 4 7 6 5 1 3 2 Conduit 1" Rigid or Sch. 80 PVC DESCRIPTION Meter Base W/ Test Block - See Note 1 Bushing Conduit Grounding Ground Wire #6 Cu Channel Support 3" x 8" x 3/8", 5'6" Locknut 1" (OOƒ&RQG5LJLGRU6FK39& --- 1 --- 4 1 Ft. --- --- --- 3 Ft. 2 --- --- QTY. S/N M20 2. NOTES WITH STAR HAVE BEEN REVISED 6 4 6 3 3 3 2 7 2 5 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M20 M20 1 1 1/31/80 900 PAD & ASSEMBLY SECONDARY METERING FOR PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER 1 1 2/22/00 HWH MA 2 8/1/00 ITEM NO. 25 KVA 1 9 5 6 7 3 2 4 8 5 10 11 7 6 43" 1 1 1 2 1 1 * M.D.S. MEANS METER DEPARTMENT STOCK ADAPTER, PVC, MALE, 3/4" BUSHING, INSULATED, 3/4" M.D.S. * 2027 M.D.S. * LOCKNUT, 3/4" CT METER BASE SUPPORT DRAWING MBCT MACHINE BOLT 5/8" X 1" WASHER, FLAT, ROUND, GALV, 5/8" CONDUIT, PVC, SCH. 40, 3/4" M.D.S. * 138 1395 1564 10' 1 CONDULET, L.B., 3/4" METER BASE, 6, TERMINAL 1 REDUCER, 3/4" X 2" M.D.S. * M.D.S. * M.D.S. * 1 NIPPLE, 3/4", CLOSE M.D.S. * 2 7 6 5 4 3 1 DESCRIPTION M23 QTY. S/N 11 10 9 8 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M23 M23 1 1 4/92 900 DISTRICT INSTALLED CT METERING AT PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER 1 1 2/23/00 HWH MA ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M28 M28 1 1 1965 900 LAYOUT FOR TEMPORARY ELECTRICAL SERVICE 120/240V - 3 WIRE 1 Redrawn In Cad 1 3/02 PUD POLE, PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER OR UNDERGROUND PEDESTAL TRIPOD CONDUCTOR SUPPORT ( SEE DETAIL & NOTE ) 14' MINIMUM HEIGHT FOR VEE OF TRIPOD PUD INSTALLED TEMPORARY SERVICE OR CUSTOMER INSTALLED TEMPORARY SERVICE (SEE SPEC. M28) MAXIMUM FOR STRAIGHT LINE MAX. FROM CORNER 100' 100' 75' 75' 100' IF SERVICE CROSSES A ROADWAY, USE 24' x 2" x 6" FIR BOARDS FOR TRIPODS & PLACE ADJACENT TO ROADWAY TO REDUCE CONDUCTOR SPAN & PROVIDE MINIMUM OF 18' CLEARANCE (CHECK WITH PUD ENGINEER IF SERVICE ROUTE CROSSES STATE HIGHWAY). Note: TOPS TO BE EXTENDED 1' ABOVE NAILED OR BOLTED INTERSECTION 3 - 16' x 2" x 4" FIR BOARDS 7' BETWEEN STAKES 2" x 4" STAKE (MIN. 18" IN GROUND) TRIPOD DETAIL TO BE USED ONLY WITH DISTRICT APPROVAL DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of M28A M28A 1 1 8/76 900 CONDUCTOR SUPPORTS FOR TEMPORARY ELECTRIC SERVICE 1 Redrawn In Cad 1 3/02 2" 1-1/4" 0.5" 1" 25" 1" 6" 0.75" 1 3 2 4 5 2" C L 2" 1" 5/16" HOLE 9/16" DRAIN HOLE 5/16" HOLE 5" 9" 7" 8" NOTE: HOT DIP GALVANIZE AFTER FABRICATION 3 4 2 Tube, 1/8" Square, 1 1/2" x 36" Angle Steel, 1/8" Thick, 2" x 2" x 8" 1 DESCRIPTION Plate, Steel Base, 4" x 6" x 1/8" - - - -- -- -- MBCT QTY. - S/N -- 5 - -- Plate, Steel Spacer, 1" x 2" x 1/8" Plate, Steel, 8" x 9" x 1/8" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of MBCT MBCT 1 1 4/22 900 CT METER BASE SUPPORT FOR PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER 1 1 2/23/00 HWH MA ITEM NO. 2 3 ELEVATION FRONT VIEW A B C S L S L S L ALL NEUTRAL EXTENSIONS SHALL BE #2 B.C. 5 3 4 2 1 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8" SML Terminator, Elbow L.B. 200A 1 1 1124 281 QTY. 6 S/N 1312 UM1 Conductor, Copper, #2 Sol. BCSD 40 1553 1 4 5 REV 2: CHANGED TO CURRENT-RESET FAULT INDICATORS & ADDED NOTES INDICATOR FAULT F LINAM INDICATOR F LINAM FAULT INDICATOR F LINAM FAULT DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UM1 UM1 1 1 9/94 900 PRIMARY 3 PHASE METERING ENCLOSURE 1 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 8/2/05 LB AH NOTE: PRIMARY METER ENCLOSURE IS NOT A STOCK ITEM. FOR A REPLACEMENT FOR CPU MAINTENANCE, A "PURCHASE REQUISITION" MUST BE GENERATED BY THE ENGINEER FOR PURCHASING. PURCHASING WILL GENERATE THE "PURCHASE ORDER." A COPY OF THE SPECIFICATION FOR THE ENCLOSURE IS IN THE METERING MANUAL. Fault Indicator 3 2581 3" MIN. ITEM NO. CT CT NEUTRAL SEE DETAIL ON SHEET 2 C.T. CAN FRONT VIEW NOTE: FOR CONDUCTORS 1/0 TO 350 KCM ALUMINUM 5(95(029('‘)5207,7/($1'&255(&7('127( 0$7(5,$/,668( DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UMS4,UMS6,UMS34,UMS36 UMS4 1 2 9/94 900 6(&21'$5<‘ CT METERING ASSEMBLIES RESIDENTIAL 1 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 8/2/05 LB AH REV 1. NOTES FOLLOWED BY STAR HAVE BEEN REVISED UMS 6 UMS 4 UMS 36 UMS 34 MAX. NO. OF SECONDARY TRIPLEX CONDUCTORS 4 2 1 1 2 CONDUCTORS 4 MAX. NO. OF SECONDARY QUADRUPLEX 1 2 MAX. NO. OF SECONDARY TRIPLEX CONDUCTORS 6 MAX. NO. OF SECONDARY QUADRUPLEX CONDUCTORS 6 2 1 LOAD 3 SOURCE LOAD 1 LOAD 2 SOURCE LOAD 3 LOAD 2 LOAD 1 SOURCE LOAD 3 LOAD 2 LOAD 1 SOURCE LOAD 3 LOAD 2 LOAD 1 DESCRIPTION Connector, Pedestal 6 Cover, Connector 2 1 4 4 531 574 QTY. S/N UMS36 Cover, Connector Connector, Pedestal 4 2 1 DESCRIPTION UMS34 4 QTY. 4 573 S/N 528 Connector, Pedestal 6 2 1 DESCRIPTION UMS6 3 3 QTY. 574 531 S/N Cover, Connector Cover, Connector Connector, Pedestal 4 1 2 DESCRIPTION UMS4 QTY. 3 3 S/N 528 573 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UMS4,UMS6,UMS34,UMS36 UMS4 2 2 9/94 900 6(&21'$5<‘ CT METERING ASSEMBLIES RESIDENTIAL 1 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 8/2/05 LB AH 5(95(029('‘)5207,7/($1'&255(&7('127( 0$7(5,$/,668( ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO.11/19/20
Section 1000 - StreetlightingN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1000 S TREETLIGHTING 6/1/2022 C DLLED Decorative LED Area Lighting, Single Acorn, Fiberglass Pole C DLTLED Decorative LED Area Lighting, Twin Acorn, Fiberglass Pole C DLSH Decorative HPS Area Lighting, Shepherds Hook Fiberglass Pole, For Maintenance Only N FL200LED- Area LED Light, Floodlight, Wood Pole Mounted FL400LED N HLLED Area LED Light, High Light, Wood Pole Mounted C SL General Streetlighting, Light Patterns N SL100LED- Streetlight, 100/200W Equiv. LED Cobrahead, SL200LED Wood Pole Mounted N SL100ALED- Streetlight, 100/200W Equiv. LED Cobrahead, SL200ALED Single Arm, Aluminum Pole, Direct Burial N SL100SALED Streetlight, 100W Equiv. LED Cobrahead, Short Mast Arm, Aluminum Pole, Direct Burial N SL100SFLED- Streetlight, 100/200W Equiv. LED Cobrahead, SL200SFLED Single Arm, Aluminum Pole, Anchor Base M SL200SFDLED Streetlight, 200W Equiv. LED Cobrahead, Twin Arm, Aluminum Pole, Anchor Base C SLARM6- Streetlight, Mast Arm Installation, Wood Pole SLARM22 Mounted C SLF Streetlight Foundation, Steel - 6" Diameter ~ SLPT Streetlight Pole Tagging C SLR Secondary Overhead to Underground Riser Assembly, For Streetlight Feeder Detail A #12#8 4 7 6 5 1 3 2 NO ITEM DESCRIPTION Fuse, 10A, 250V, Time Delay, Streetlight Holder, Fuse, Streetlight Cable, 600V, Cu, #12, 19-Str, White, 1C Connector, H-Tap, Al/Cu, Run #6-#2 Str - Tap #14-#8 Str Cable, 600V, Cu, #12, 19-Str, Black, 1C Luminaire, Post Top Acorn, LED, 60W, 120V, Type 3, 3000K 1 1 2389 2388 25 ft 1 387 416 25 ft1 1 386 2219 2845 QTY S/N DLLED 8 Photoeye, LED and HPS, 120V, 3-pin 2872 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of DLLED DLLED 1 1 DRK/KJP 6/1/22 1000 DECORATIVE LED AREA LIGHTING SINGLE ACORN FIBERGLASS POLE See Detail A White Black Pole, Streetlight, Fiberglass, Direct Burial, 14.5' Mounting Height, Fluted Shaft, Clamshell Base Installation meets NESC not NEC. Notes: 2 8 1 3 4 6 7 5 4' 18" Minimum Depth 8/2 Aluminum wire 4 3 Detail A 4 8 7 6 5 1 3 2 NO ITEM DESCRIPTION Fuse, 10A, 250V, Time Delay, Streetlight Holder, Fuse, Streetlight Cable, 600V, Cu, #12, 19-Str, White, 1C Connector, H-Tap, AL/CU, Run #6-#2 Str - Tap #14-#8 Str Cable, 600V, Cu, #12, 19-Str, Black, 1C Pole, Streetlight, Fiberglass, Direct Burial, 14.5' Mounting Height, Fluted Shaft, Clamshell Base Luminaire, Post Top Acorn, LED, 60W, 120V, Type 3, 3000K 2 2 2389 2388 25 ft 3 387 416 25 ft1 2 386 2219 2845 QTY S/N DLTLED Arm, Twin Fixture, 3" O.D. x 2-7/8" Tenon, Black 1 2200 Photoeye, LED and HPS, 120V, 3-pin 9 2 2872 #8 #12 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of DLTLED DLTLED 1 1 DRK/KJP 6/1/22 1000 DECORATIVE LED AREA LIGHTING TWIN ACORN FIBERGLASS POLE See Detail A Hand Hole Cover White Black 9 9 8 2 1 4' 6 7 5 18" MinimumDepth 8/2 Aluminum Wire Installation meets NESC not NEC. Notes: 4 3 Lamp, HPS, 100W, 55V Photoeye, LED and HPS, 120V, 3-pin Luminaire, Shepherd Hook, HPS, 100W 120V, Med. Base, Type 2&3 Pole, Streetlight, Fiberglass, Direct Burial, 14.5' Mounting Height, Fluted Shaft, Clamshell Base Cable, 600V, Cu, #12, 19-Str, Black, 1C Connector, H-Tap, Al/Cu, Run #6-#2 Str - Tap #14-#8 Str Cable, 600V, Cu, #12, 19-Str, White, 1C Holder, Fuse, Streetlight 7 8 9 Fuse, 10A, 250V, Time Delay, Streetlight 4 6 5 3 2 ITEM NO 1 DESCRIPTION 2388 1 1745 2872 1 1 QTY 35 ft 35 ft 2565 386 416 387 2389 1 1 1 DLSH S/N 2219 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of DLSH DLSH 1 1 WAH 8/13/04 2200 DECORATIVE HPS AREA LIGHTING SHEPHERDS HOOK FIBERGLASS POLE FOR MAINTENANCE ONLY 0 8/24/04 LB AH 1 4/19/22 DRK Sag Glass Lens Minimum 15'-6" Above Ground To accept 3" O.D. pole tenon 45" to 57" 32" to 38" 14" to 22" 20" to 22" Ø See Detail A Hand HoleCover Shepherd's Crook Area Light Specifications 100W, 120V To meet "cut-off" Dark Skies designation Tenon mount Independent photo control HPF ballast Type 2 or 3 distribution pattern 1. For maintenance only.2. Dimensions are approximate. 3. Color: Black matte or semi-gloss. Notes: #12 #8 Detail A 5 4 White 6 7 3 Black 1 9 8 TYPE RECOMMENDED MOUNTING HEIGHTSPREFERRED MINIMUM MAXIMUM 200W 400W30 ft 35 ft 25 ft 20 ft 37 ft 32 ft Washer, Square Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bracket, Floodlight, PM1, Single Pole Mt. Luminaire, Floodlight, LED, 3000k, HPS-Equivalent Photoeye, LED and HPS, 120V, 3-pin 3 Bolt, Eye, 5/8" x 12", Galv, 12,400 LB Ultimate Tensile Clamp, Wedge #6-#2 ACSR, Solid Bail 5 6 4 DESCRIPTION 2 1 NO ITEM QTY 2872 2872 1 1 1412 1 1 310 107 2 1 1 2310 107 1412 FL400LED 2906 1 211 1 1 1 FL200LED S/N QTY 211 2907S/N 7 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", Galv, 12,400 LB, Ultimate Tensile 155 1 1 155 1131 8 22 1131 Screw, Lag 1/2" x 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of FL200LED, FL400LED FL200LED 1 1 DRK/KJP 6/1/22 1000 AREA LED LIGHT FLOODLIGHT WOOD POLE MOUNTED Source Wattage Tag (Manufacturer Supplied) 1 2 4 4 7 8 5 6 Installation meets NESC not NEC. Notes: Mounting Height See Table Below 3 1 NO ITEM Arm, Mast Al 2', Highlite, Wood Pole DESCRIPTION 1 44 QTY S/N HLLED Luminaire and mast arm must have at least 6" clearance from secondary (less than 300V) conductors attached to the pole in any direction. Clearance of at least 2'-6" must be maintained between lighting unit and top of primary risers. Clearance to secondary (less than 300V) not attached to pole: · horizontal 3' · vertical 2' Climbing space and working space must be maintained. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of HLLED HLLED 1 1 DRK/KJP 6/1/22 1000 AREA LED LIGHT HIGH LIGHT WOOD POLE MOUNTED 2 Luminaire, High Light, LED, 3000K, Integrated Photoeye, HPS Equivalent 1 2890 1 2 Installation meets NESC not NEC. Notes: 20' to 30' Typically 26' X. LIGHTING TYPES IES TYPE II For use on narrow to medium width street using mast arm mounted luminaire. Mount at right angle (90°) with centerline of street. Not aCPU standard. IES TYPE II 4-WAY For use at intersections when only one mast arm mounted luminaire can be used. Mount luminaire as near as possible to center of intersection. Not a CPU standard. IES TYPE III For use on wide width streets using mast arm mounted luminaires. Mount at right angle (90°) with centerline of street. Cobrahead and decorative acorns use this pattern. IES TYPE IV For use in subdivision cul-de-sacs using specialized cobrahead luminaires. Aim luminaire as near as possible to center of cul-de-sac. Not a CPU standard. IES TYPE V Yard lights (HLLED) use this pattern when located in center of area to be illuminated. FLOODLIGHTS 1. To be used for parking lots, storage areas, etc. Not to be used for streetlighting. 2. Always take into account unintentional light trespass on surrounding areas prior to installation. 3. Floodlights used by CPU have a beam spread of 65° both vertically and horizontally. 4. Aiming of floodlight should be 1/2 to 2/3 of distance across area to be illuminated. DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SL SL 1 1 HWH/RGH 1/13/82 1000 GENERAL STREETLIGHTING LIGHT PATTERNS 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 8/24/04 LB AH 2 4/21/22 DRK Rev. 2 - Added type of light to IES type and replaced Std. SL. RECOMMENDED MOUNTING HEIGHTS 100W 200WTYPE 25 ft 30 ft MINIMUM 27 ft 32 ft MAXIMUM Acceptable range 10% of curb to curb street width Sidewalk To Ground To Source 1 2 NO ITEM DESCRIPTION Luminaire, Cobrahead, LED, Type 3, 3000K, HPS Equivalent Photoeye, LED and HPS, 120V, 3-Pin 1 1 2889 2872 QTY S/N SL100LED DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SL100LED,SL200LED SL100LED 1 1 HWH/GLE 1/31/80 1000 STREETLIGHT 100/200W EQUIV. LED COBRAHEAD WOOD POLE MOUNTED 1 6/1/22 DRK Wattage Tag (Manufacturer Supplied) 1 1 2895 2872 QTY S/N SL200LED 1. Installation meets NESC not NEC. 2. Mast arm attachment height varies with type of arm and must be positioned so luminaire is level. Notes: Rev. 1 - Updated to LED and added note #1. Mounting Height See Table Below Overhang 2 1 Street Surface 9 Pole, Streetlight, Al, Direct Burial, 30' Mounting Height w/ 6' Arm 3 7 8 7 6 5 4 1 2 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Bronze, Small Pole, Streetlight, Al, Direct Burial, 25' Mounting Height w/ 6' Arm Cable, 600V, Cu, #12, 19-Str, White, 1C Conductor, Cu, #6, Solid, Bare, Soft Drawn, 1C Cable, 600V, Cu, #12, 19-Str, Black, 1C Fuse, 10A, 250V, Time Delay, Streetlight Connector, H-Tap, Al/Cu, Run #6-#2 Str, Tap #14-#8 Str Luminaire, Cobrahead, LED, Type 3, 3000K, HPS Equivalent Photoeye, LED and HPS, 120V, 3-pin 10 11 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' SL100ALED QTY S/N _ 1 1124 N/A 1 1 42 ft 42 ft 2 ft 1 1 281 2946 387 374 386 2389 416 1 1 2889 2872 #12 #8 Holder, Fuse, Streetlight 1 2388 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of SL100ALED,SL200ALED SL100ALED 1 1 DRK/KJP 6/1/22 1000 STREETLIGHT, 100/200W EQUIV. LED COBRAHEAD SINGLE ARM ALUMINUM POLE, DIRECT BURIAL See Detail A Detail A Ground Rod Wire Hole Ground Level 25'or 30' Ground Lug Source Wattage Tag (Manufacturer Supplied) 1 2895 QTY S/N SL200ALED 1 416 1124 1 1 2872 42 ft 386 42 ft 387 374 2 ft 1 281 _ N/A 1 2945 1 2389 1 2388 NO ITEM All splices shall be compression DO NOT USE WIRE NUTS 7 4 5 2 1 Installation meets NESC not NEC. 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Groundline 2 Bracket, Standoff, 10.5", w/Stop 3 226 3 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 1" Conduit3 292 To Source Schedule 80 Schedule 40 1" Conduit 1" x 90° - 24" Radius Elbow Space Equally 8'-0" 4-6" 6" 4 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point 6 1131 4 1 3 2 24" Minimum to top of conduit Neutral06/03/22
Section 1100 - Overhead TransformersN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1100 O VERHEAD T RANSFORMERS 7/10/2020 C F1 Fuse Schedule – Overhead Transformers ~ T1 Transformer Field Stenciling Code ~ T1A Transformer Coding for Material Mgmt System ~ T3,T3H Pole Mounted Transformer and Cutout on Pole ~ T4,T4H Pole Mounted Transformer and Cutout on Crossarm ~ T21 Crossarm Construction - Two Transformers - Open Wye Primary ~ T23 Twiggy Construction - Two Transformers - Open Wye Primary ~ T31 Three Transformers - Grounded Y - Grounded Y ~ T32 Three Transformers - Closed Δ - Closed Δ ~ T34 Cluster Mount with Band Extensions ~ TC2A 1Ø & 3Ø, 2 - Winding Boost or Buck Xfmr Bank - Installation & Removal Procedure ~ TC3 3Ø Open Δ for 120/240 3Ø 4 - wire, 240 3Ø 3 - wire, 480v 3Ø 3 - wire ~ TC4 3Ø Open - Y Open - Δ for 120/240 3Ø 4 - wire, 240 3Ø 3 - wire, 480v 3Ø 3 - wire ~ TC5 3Ø Δ - Δ for 120/240 3Ø 4 - wire, 240 3Ø 3 - wire, 480v 3Ø 3 - wire ~ TC5A 3Ø Δ - Δ Closed Banks for 120/240 3Ø 4 - wire, 240 3Ø 3 - wire, 480v 3Ø 3 - wire ~ TC6 3Ø Δ - Y for 120/208 or 277/480v Service ~ TC7 3Ø Y - Y for 120/208 or 277/480v Service ~ TC8 3Ø Y - Δ for 240v 3Ø 3 - wire 480v 3Ø 3 - wire ~ TC10 3Ø Transformer Connections ~ TC11 3Ø Transformer Connections ~ TL1 Transformer Lead Sizes - Overhead Secondary ~ TL2 Large Transformer Lead Size - Overhead DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of F1 F1 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 FUSE SCHEDULE OVERHEAD TRANSFORMERS 1 3/02 Redrawn in CAD 2 7/10/20 KJP Rev. 2 - Added stock numbers, upstream fuses, and notes. kVA Transformer Stock Numbers 1 or 2Ø Delta Primary 3Ø Delta Primary *3 Primary Transformer Fusing *6Minimum Upstream OH Fuse Size *4*6 Primary Transformer Fusing *6Minimum Upstream OH Fuse Size *4*6 CM 120/240 CR 240/480 CW 277/480 SizeS/N SizeS/N Size S/N SizeS/N 5/10 *1 Obsolete Obsolete Obsolete 5 A 678 10 A 680 5 A 678 10 A 680 15 1358 1365 5 A 678 10 A 680 5 A 678 10 A 680 25 1359 1366 2234 7 A679 15 A 681 10 A 680 20 A 682 37.5 1360 1367 10 A 680 20 A 682 15 A 681 25 A 683 50 1361 1934 15 A 681 25 A 683 20 A 682 30 A 684 75 1362 20 A 682 30 A 684 30 A 684 50 A 686 100 1363 1370 1979 25 A 683 40 A 685 40 A 685 65 A 687 167 1364 1371 1376 40 A 685 65 A 687 65 A 687 100 A 689 250 1978 1832 65 A 687 100 A 689 80 A 688 125 A *5 690 333 1372 See Systems Engineering 500 1373 (REQ) 2055 (OBS) kVATransformer Stock Numbers Primary Transformer Fusing *2*6 Minimum Upstream OH Fuse *4*6 BM 120/240 BR 240/480 BW 277/480 SizeS/N Size S/N 5/10 *1 Obsolete 5 A 678 10 A 680 15 1346 5 A 678 10 A 680 25 1347 1356 2041 10 A 680 20 A 682 37.5 1348 1357 (REQ) 15 A 681 25 A 683 50 1349 2236 20 A682 30 A 684 75 1350 2669 30 A 684 50 A 686 100 1351 2670 40 A 685 65 A 687 167 2671 65 A 687 100 A 689 250 2053 80 A 688125 A *5 690 7.2 kV Wye-Connected Primary Overhead Transformers 12 kV Delta-Connected Primary Overhead Transformers *1 5 and 10kVA are not stocked. Cannot be used for new services. *2 For Y-banked transformers fuse each phase by its 1Ø rating. *3 For 3Ø delta banks use two fuses of the same size for lighter and one fuse for the two power transformers. *4 Upstream fuses should use the same fuse rating for all phases. Use largest fuse size for application while considering up/downstream fuses, conductor, and loading. Check with Systems Engineering as needed. *5 125 A fuse must be approved by Systems Engineering. *6 Overhead fuses used in cutout gates are Kearney Type 200 (N). PRIMARY VOLTAGE CODE 2,400 A 7,200 B 12,000 C 11,000 *C-X 66,000 D L N O P R S U W Y CODE M C B A 480 480/2400 277 240/480/2400 7,200 12,000 120 120/240 120/240/480 600 240 240/480 2,400 VOLTAGE SECONDARY *11,000 Volt transformers with a ratio other than 100 to 1 will have X following the voltage code. A-B on third line indicates taps both above and below 100%. 25BM 1543 T 25CNX 2437 T 10AM 978 KVA-Voltage CPU No. Taps 7200 120/240 Has taps 120/240 2400 120/240 /480 11,000 Has taps Has no taps DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T1 T1 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 TRANSFORMER FIELD STENCILING CODE 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 MATERIAL MANAGEMENT GRID ENTRY CODES PRIMARY Code A B C C-X* VOLTAGE CODING Voltage 2,400 12,470/7,200 12,000 11,000 SECONDARY Voltage 2,400 120/208 120/240 240/480 277/480 Code A L M R W *11,000 Volt transformers with a ratio other than 100 to 1 will have X following the voltage code. % Voltage 105 102.5 100 97.5 95 92.5 90 No taps (100%) Tap A B C D E F G N Tap I II III IV % Voltage 100 95.5 91 86.5 TAP SETTINGS (Ref. only -G.E. Co.) Abbreviations: P- Padmount transformer H- Overhead transformer ([DPSOH%073DGPRXQW7DS‘ P 50 B M F Padmount Transformer KVA Size Voltage Rating Tap Setting KVA Size Example: 25KVA, BM, Overhead, Tap 92.5% H 25 B M F Padmount Transformer Voltage Rating Tap Setting DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T1A T1A 1 3 ELM 1/31/80 1100 TRANSFORMER CODING FOR MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Description: Padmount Single Phase Transformer - 2 Bushing Primary Voltage: 12,470/7,200 240/120 Taps: C.D.E.F.G KVA Sizes: 25, 50, 75, 100 Coding for MMS: P___BM_ Description: Padmount Single Phase Transformer - 3 Bushing Primary Voltage: 12,470/7,200 240/120 Taps: C.D.E.F.G KVA Sizes: 50, 75, 100 Coding for MMS: P___BM3_ Description: Padmount Single Phase Transformer - 2 Bushing Primary Voltage: 12,470/7,200 240/120 Taps: No Taps KVA Sizes: 25, 50, 75 Coding for MMS: P___BMN Description: Padmount Three Phase Transformer - 6 Bushing Primary Voltage: 12,470/7,200 208/120 Taps: C.D.E.F.G KVA Sizes: 45, 75, 150, 225, 300, 500, 750, 1000, 1500 Coding for MMS: P____BL_ Description: Padmount Three Phase Transformer - 6 Bushing Primary Voltage: 12,470/7,200 480/277 Taps: C.D.E.F.G KVA Sizes: 45, 75, 150, 225, 300, 500, 750, 1000, 1500, 2500 Coding for MMS: P____BW_ Description: Pole/Overhead Single Phase Transformer Voltage: 12,470/7,200 120/240 Taps: C.D.E.F.G KVA Sizes: 15, 25, 37 (37.5), 50, 75, 100 Coding for MMS: H___BM_ DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T1A T1A 2 3 ELM 1/31/80 1100 TRANSFORMER CODING FOR MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Description: Pole/Overhead Single Phase Transformer, Stepdown Voltage: 12,000 2400 Taps: No Taps KVA Sizes: 25, 50, 75, 100, 150 Coding for MMS: H___CAX Description: Pole/Overhead Single Phase Transformer, L to L Voltage: 12,000 277 Taps: A.B.C.D.E. KVA Sizes: 50, 75, 167 Coding for MMS: H___CW_ Description: Pole/Overhead Single Phase Transformer, L to L Voltage: 12,000 240/480 Taps: A.B.C.D.E. KVA Sizes: 15, 25, 37 (37.5), 50, 75, 100, 167, 333, 500 Coding for MMS: H___CR_ Description: Pole/Overhead Single Phase Transformer, L to L Voltage: 12,000 120/240 Taps: A.B.C.D.E. KVA Sizes: 15, 25, 37 (37.5), 50, 75, 100, 167, 333, 500 Coding for MMS: H___CM_ Description: Pole/Overhead Single Phase Transformer Voltage: 12,470/7,200 240/480 Taps: C.D.E.F.G KVA Sizes: 15, 25, 37 (37.5) Coding for MMS: H__BR_ Description: Pole/Overhead Single Phase Transformer Voltage: 12,470/7,200 120/240 Taps: No Taps KVA Sizes: 15, 25, 37 (37.5) Coding for MMS: H__BMN DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T1A T1A 3 3 ELM 1/31/80 1100 TRANSFORMER CODING FOR MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 16 18 3 1 2 17 15 See Notes 1 & 2 1. Use pre-drilled holes for transformers insuring that tank does not rest on neutral. 2. Fuse per spec. F1. 3. Call for hot line stirrup separately: 4. 75KVA and larger use T3H. 4 8 8 7 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T3,T3H T3 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 POLE MOUNTED TRANSFORMER AND CUTOUT ON POLE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP 19 10 11 12 14 Notes : WIRE SIZE S/N #6 SLD-#6 STR Cu 2338 2339 #4-2/0 Al/Cu 2340 397 MCM Al/Cu 2341 795 MCM Al/Cu Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground and corrections. 9 20 6 5 13 Note : See Std. T5 for service connections DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T3,T3H T3 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 POLE MOUNTED TRANSFORMER AND CUTOUT ON POLE 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14" Galv. (3/4" For T3H) 2 3 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil 5/8" (3/4" For T3H) 1 Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" (3/4" For T3H) DESCRIPTION 156 2 2217 2 S/N QTY. 1412 2 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL Wildlife Guard, Transformer Bushing 4 721 1 Clamp Hot Line, GP1530 Cutout 100 Amp. Conductor, Wire Cu 1/C #4 7STR, Insulated, Red 8 7 6 DESCRIPTION Wildlife Guard, Cutout (Non-loadbreak), Gray 9 284 1 2512 15 S/N QTY. 2532 1 CO100 2547 1 14 12 13 11 Ground Rod Clamp, 5/8", Bronze, Small Conductor, Copperweld #4 Connector, Cabelock YP26 AU 2 Al/Cu 2/0 - #2 STR Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" 10 DESCRIPTION Ground Rod 5/8" x 8' 10 1 2707 413 36 1 1512 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 DESCRIPTION Washer, Spring 5/8" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 3" Drive Point Washer, Square Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Flat Round Galv. 1/2" Cutout Pole-mount Bracket Machine Bolt 5/8" x 10" Galv. 19 20 18 17 16 15 2217 1 1 1131 CO1 QTY. 1 1 1 1 1412 1394 154 219 S/N T3 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 6/4-4/4 (4C4) 5 450 1 174 2 2218 2 S/N QTY. 1413 2 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL 721 1 284 1 2512 15 S/N QTY. 2532 1 CO100 2547 1 10 1 2707 413 36 1 1512 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 2217 1 1 1131 CO1 QTY. 1 1 1 1 1412 1394 154 219 S/N T3H 450 1 Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground and corrections. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 3 1 2 3'-6" Minimum 4 6 8 7 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T4,T4H T4 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 POLE MOUNTED TRANSFORMER AND CUTOUT ON CROSSARM 0 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 1/13/10 CM AH 2 5/31/12 KJP 9 11 12 14 10 1. Use pre-drilled holes for transformers insuring that tank does not rest on neutral. 2. Fuse per Std. F1. 3. Call for hot line stirrup separately: 4. 75KVA and larger use T4H. Notes : WIRE SIZE S/N #6 SLD-#6 STR Cu 2338 2339 #4-2/0 Al/Cu 2340 397 MCM Al/Cu 2341 795 MCM Al/Cu 13 5 6 8 Note : See Std. T5 for service connections Rev 2: Changed to copperweld ground and corrections. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T4,T4H T4 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 POLE MOUNTED TRANSFORMER AND CUTOUT ON CROSSARM 0 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 1/13/10 CM AH 2 5/31/12 KJP Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14" Galv. (3/4" For T4H) 2 3 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil 5/8" (3/4" For T4H) 1 Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" (3/4" For T4H) DESCRIPTION 156 2 2217 2 S/N QTY. 1412 2 Wildlife Guard, Transformer Bushing 4 721 1 Clamp Hot Line, GP1530 Cutout 100 Amp. Conductor, Wire Cu 1/C #4 7STR, Insulated, Red 8 7 6 DESCRIPTION Wildlife Guard, Cutout (Non-loadbreak, Gray) 9 284 1 2512 15 S/N QTY. 2532 1 CO100 2547 1 14 12 13 11 Ground Rod Clamp, 5/8", Bronze, Small Conductor, Copperweld #4 Connector, Cabelock YP26 AU 2 Al/Cu 2/0 - #2 STR Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" 10 DESCRIPTION Ground Rod 5/8" x 8' 10 1 2707 413 36 1 1512 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL T4 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 6/4-4/4 (4C4) 5 450 1 174 2 2218 2 S/N QTY. 1413 2 721 1 284 1 2512 15 S/N QTY. 2532 1 CO100 2547 1 10 1 2707 413 36 1 1512 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL T4H 450 1 Rev 2: Changed to copperweld ground and corrections. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. T21-10-37 1/2 Transformer sizes Notes : 1. See chart for maximum weight on poles. 2. The lighter pot should always be connected to the leading phase. 3. Ground H2 bushing on all two-bushing transformers. 4. Use pre-drilled holes for transformers insuring that tank does not rest on neutral. 5. All tanks to be grounded. 6. For transformer secondary lead sizes, see Std. TL1. 7. For secondary connections see the "TC" series of drawings. 8. Call out on drawing as follows: 9. Maximum motor size shall be 15 hp. 10. Fuse per Std. F1. 11. Call for hot line stirrup separately: 4" 8" 3'-0" 4" 8" 3'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T21 T21 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 CROSSARM CONSTRUCTION TWO TRANSFORMERS OPEN WYE PRIMARY 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP WIRE SIZE S/N #6 SLD-#6 STR Cu 2338 2339 #4-2/0 Al/Cu 2340 397 MCM Al/Cu 2341 795 MCM Al/Cu 12 13 11 14 CLASS 4 2 1 MAX WEIGHT 1750lbs 3200lbs 4000lbs Power Lighter 7'-0" Power Lighter Ground Corsett 10 9 8 7 19 17 16 15 18 Pull ground strap off Connect case ground to lighter transformer neutral bushing (#4 Cu) 4 5 1 2 6 13 Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL 450 904 157 1132 1412 5 3 4 2 1 Mount, Triple Cluster Transformer Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galvanized DESCRIPTION Connector, Crimpet, Cu 6/4-4/4 (4C4) 1 1 1 1 3 S/N QTY. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T21 T21 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 CROSSARM CONSTRUCTION TWO TRANSFORMERS OPEN WYE PRIMARY 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP 721 6 Wildlife Guard, Tranformer Bushing 2 131 7 Bolt 1/2" x 1 1/2" Stainless Steel 1 927 8 Nut 1/2" Silicon Bronze 1 1399 9 Washer, Flat, 1/2" Stainless Steel 1 1407 10 Washer Lock, 1/2" Stainless Steel 1 Clamp Hot Line, GP1530 Cutout 100 Amp. Conductor, Wire Cu 1/C #4 7STR, Insulated, Red 13 12 11 DESCRIPTION Wildlife Guard, Cutout (Non-loadbreak), Gray 14 284 2 2512 30 S/N QTY. 2532 2 CO100 (2) 2547 2 19 17 18 16 Ground Rod Clamp, 5/8", Bronze, Small Conductor, Copperweld #4 Connector, Cabelock YP26 AU 2 Al/Cu 2/0 - #2 STR Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" 15 DESCRIPTION Ground Rod 5/8" x 8' 10 1 2707 413 36 1 1512 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 T21 Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Connect case ground to lighter transformer neutral bushing (#4 Cu) 2'-0" 3'-0" 7'-0" 1 4 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T23 T23 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 TWIGGY CONSTRUCTION TWO TRANSFORMERS OPEN WYE PRIMARY 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP 5 22 6 2 Notes : 1. See chart for maximum weight on poles. 2. The lighter pot should always be connected to the leading phase. 3. Ground H2 bushing on all two-bushing transformers. 4. Use pre-drilled holes for transformers insuring that tank does not rest on neutral. 5. All tanks to be grounded. 6. For transformer secondary lead sizes, see Std. TL1. 7. For secondary connections see the "TC" series of drawings. 8. Call out on drawing as follows: 9. Maximum motor size shall be 15 hp. 10. Fuse per Std. F1. 11. Call for hot line stirrup separately: WIRE SIZE S/N #6 SLD-#6 STR Cu 2338 2339 #4-2/0 Al/Cu 2340 397 MCM Al/Cu 2341 795 MCM Al/Cu Lighter Power Ground Corsett 10 9 8 7 Power Lighter 11 12 18 19 20 17 14 15 13 Pull ground strap off 28 26 25 24 27 21 20 16 23 Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground. T21-10-37 1/2 Transformer sizes CLASS 4 2 1 MAX WEIGHT 1750lbs 3200lbs 4000lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T23 T23 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 TWIGGY CONSTRUCTION TWO TRANSFORMERS OPEN WYE PRIMARY 1 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP Clamp Hot Line, GP1530 Cutout 100 Amp. Conductor, Wire Cu 1/C #4 7STR, Insulated, Red 23 22 21 DESCRIPTION Wildlife Guard, Cutout (Non-loadbreak), Gray 284 2 2512 30 S/N QTY. 2532 2 CO100 (2) 2547 2 27 28 26 Ground Rod Clamp, 5/8", Bronze, Small Conductor, Copperweld #4 Connector, Cabelock YP26 AU 2 Al/Cu 2/0 - #2 STR Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" 25 DESCRIPTION Ground Rod 5/8" x 8' 10 1 413 36 1 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 6 4 5 3 DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. S/N 1 10 9 8 7 450 904 157 1132 1412 Mount, Triple Cluster Transformer Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Washer, Square, Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galvanized Connector, Crimpet, Cu 6/4-4/4 (4C4) 1 1 1 1 3 721 Wildlife Guard, Tranformer Bushing 2 131 Bolt 1/2" x 1 1/2" SS 1 927 Nut 1/2" Silicon Bronze 1 1399 Washer, Flat, 1/2" SS 1 1407 Washter Lock, 1/2" SS 1 DESCRIPTION CO3 QTY. S/N 12 13 14 19 18 17 16 15 Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16" Brace, Crossarm 28" Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5" Galv. Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Think x 13/16" Hole Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Arm, Cross (Distr.) 8', 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Washer, Spring, 5/8" 157 1 1412 1 25 1 205 3 78 2 1132 2 1392 1 709 1 2217 1 2 11 20 24 T23 Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground. 2707 1512 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 15 Notes : 1. See chart for maximum weight on poles. 2. To determine the total transformer weight take three times the weight of the heaviest. 3. Ground the H2 bushing on all two-bushing transformers. 4. All tanks to be grounded. 5. For transformer secondary lead sizes, see Std. TL1. 6. For secondary connections see the "TC" series of drawings. 7. Call out on drawing as follows: 8. Use pre-drilled holes for transformers insuring that tank does not rest on neutral. 9. Fuse per Std. F1 10. Call for hot line stirrup separately: 4" 4" 1'-10" 1'-10" 3'-8" CLASS 4 2 1 MAX WEIGHT 1750lbs 3200lbs 4000lbs 22 8 14 16 11 12 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T31 T31 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 THREE TRANSFORMERS GROUNDED Y - GROUNDED Y 1 7/02 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP 18 19 WIRE SIZE S/N #6 SLD-#6 STR Cu 2338 2339 #4-2/0 Al/Cu 2340 397 MCM Al/Cu 2341 795 MCM Al/Cu 1 22 6 7 8 9 10 Ground Corsett 26 28 25 24 27 7'-0" 2'-0" Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground and added clearances to drawing. T31-25-25-25 Transformer sizes DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T31 T31 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 THREE TRANSFORMERS GROUNDED Y - GROUNDED Y 1 7/02 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP Connector, Crimpet, Cu 6/4-4/4 (4C4) 4 450 1 157 1 1 4 1132 904 DESCRIPTION 1412 1 S/N QTY. T31 Mount, Triple Cluster Transf. Al. Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galv. Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" 28 26 27 25 Ground Rod Clamp, 5/8", Bronze, Small Conductor, Copperweld #4 Connector, Cabelock YP26 AU 2 Al/Cu 2/0 - #2 STR Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" 24 DESCRIPTION Ground Rod 5/8" x 8' 10 1 413 36 1 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16" Brace, Crossarm 28" Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5" Galv. Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Think x 13/16" Hole Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Arm, Cross (Distr.) 8', 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Washer, Spring, 5/8" 157 1 1412 1 25 1 205 3 78 2 1132 2 1392 1 709 1 2217 1 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL Wildlife Guard, Transformer Bushing Bolt 1/2" x 1 1/2" Stainless Steel Nut 1/2" Silicon Bronze Washer, Flat, 1/2" Stainless Steel Washer Lock, 1/2" Stainless Steel 721 131 927 1399 1407 3 1 1 1 1 CO3 3 2 4 5 9 8 6 10 7 11 12 13 19 18 17 16 15 14 Clamp Hot Line, GP1530 Cutout 100 Amp. Conductor, Wire Cu 1/C #4 7STR, 600V, Insulated, Red 22 21 20 2512 45 CO100 (3) 284 * DESCRIPTION 3 3 QTY. 2532 S/N 2547 3 Wildlife Guard, Cutout, Non-loadbreak, Gray 23 Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground and added clearances to drawing. 2707 1512 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4" 4" 1'-10" 1'-10" 3'-8" 17 14 22 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T32 T32 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 THREE TRANSFORMERS &/26('©&/26('© 1 7/02 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP Notes : 1. See chart for maximum weight on poles. 2. To determine the total transformer weight take three times the weight of the heaviest. 3. All tanks to be grounded. 4. For transformer secondary lead sizes, see Std. TL1. 5. For secondary connections see the "TC" series of drawings. 6. Call out on drawing as follows: 7. Use pre-drilled holes for transformers insuring that tank does not rest on neutral. 8. Fuse per Std. F1. 9. Call for hot line stirrup separately: Power Power Lighter WIRE SIZE S/N #6 SLD-#6 STR Cu 2338 2339 #4-2/0 Al/Cu 2340 397 MCM Al/Cu 2341 795 MCM Al/Cu 2 7 8 9 10 Ground Corsett 13 11 12 18 19 15 22 1 6 Power Lighter 33 35 32 31 34 7'-0" 2'-0" Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground and added clearances to drawing. T31-25-50-25 Transformer sizes CLASS 4 2 1 MAX WEIGHT 1750lbs 3200lbs 4000lbs DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T32 T32 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 1100 THREE TRANSFORMERS &/26('©&/26('© 1 7/02 2 1/13/10 CM AH 3 5/31/12 KJP Ground Rod Clamp, 5/8", Bronze, Small Connector, Cabelock YP26 AU 2 Al/Cu 2/0 - #2 STR DESCRIPTION Ground Rod 5/8" x 8' 10 1 413 36 1 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 DESCRIPTION CO3 QTY. S/N Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16" Brace, Crossarm 28" Bolt, Carriage 3/8" x 5" Galv. Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Think x 13/16" Hole Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Arm, Cross (Distr.) 8', 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" Washer, Spring, 5/8" 157 1 1412 1 25 1 205 3 78 2 1132 2 1392 1 709 1 2217 1 3 2 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 6/4-4/4 (4C4) 4 450 1 4 5 157 1 1 4 1132 904 DESCRIPTION 1412 1 S/N QTY. Mount, Triple Cluster Transf. Al. Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 16", Galv. Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2" T32 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL 9 8 6 10 7 Wildlife Guard, Transformer Bushing Bolt 1/2" x 1 1/2" Stainless Steel Nut 1/2" Silicon Bronze Washer, Flat, 1/2" Stainless Steel Washer Lock, 1/2" Stainless Steel 721 131 927 1399 1407 6 1 1 1 1 35 33 34 32 31 11 12 13 19 18 17 16 15 14 Clamp Hot Line, GP1530 Cutout 100 Amp. Conductor, Wire Cu 1/C #4 7STR, 600V, Insulated, Red 22 21 20 2512 45 CO100 (3) 284 * DESCRIPTION 3 3 QTY. 2532 S/N 2547 3 Wildlife Guard, Cutout, Non-loadbreak, Gray 23 27 29 28 24 26 25 Washer Lock, 5/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 5/8" x 16" Washer, Spring, 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Insulator, Pin, C Neck Pin, Adapter 30 Wire, Tie, AL Annealed #4 SD 3012 959 1392 2217 1403 2 10 1 2 1 81 1 S/N 1968 PR20TREE QTY. 1 DESCRIPTION Rev 3: Changed to copperweld ground and added clearances to drawing. Conductor, Copperweld #4 Staple, Ground Wire, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" 2707 1512 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Notes : 1. Band extensions are for use with large poles and large transformers. 2. Adjust all DA bolts as needed to provide adequate space between transformers. 3. For 167KVA and larger transformers, S/N 1762 adapter plate is needed. 1 MAXIMUM LOADING 1,725 POUNDS PER POSITION SIDE VIEW TOP VIEW 2 2 3 Bolt, DA 3/4" x 18" (Cut If Necessary) Mount, Triple Cluster, Aluminum Extension, Band 904 1 1 2 3 8 4 1579 940 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of T34 T34 1 1 GGW 9/85 1100 CLUSTER MOUNT WITH BAND EXTENSIONS 1 1/13/10 CM AH DESCRIPTION T34 QTY. S/N Rev 1: Corrected loading weight and drawing, and added Note #3. ITEM NO. Notes: )RU‘LQVWDOODWLRQVIROORZVDPHSURFHGXUH 2. When it is desireable to leave bank in for future use, stop at step 4 of removal procedure. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: LOAD LINE 1. Cut in breaker between point "A" & "B" while keeping circuit closed with a jumper. Install C/O fused just above line current at "C". Close C/O and remove jumper. 2. Install slugged C/O at "D", leave open and connect primary leads to line and transformer. 3. Connect other side of high voltage winding to the line. 4. Install leads from secondary side of transformer to points "A"&"B" as required by desired installation. 5. Repeat procedure for other side. 6. Close C/O at "D" which blows fuse at "C". 7. Remove C/O at "C". 8. Jumper out C/O at "D" and remove. 1. Install fused C/O at "D". Use transformer size fuse. 2. Install slugged C/O at "C", -leave open. 3. Repeat procedure for other side. 4. CLose C/O at "C" which blows fuse at "D". Transformers are now out of circuit but still HOT. 5. Remove transformer secondary leads at points "A"&"B". 6. Remove primary leads. Transformers are now dead. 7. Remove breaker between points "A"&"B" or install jumper. 8. Remove C/O at "C". REMOVAL PROCEDURE: CAUTION 1. When C/O's are left in the circuit they must be slugged. 2. Do not open "D" when "C" is open. 3. Install case ground before energizing bank. WARNING: The transformer should not be fused or have any device by which it can be readily disconnected. The primary must never be opened while the secondary position carries current, as dangerous voltages will be induced by the series winding. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC2A TC2A 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 ‘ ‘:,1',1*%226725%8&. TRANSFORMER BANK INSTALLATION & REMOVAL PROCEDURE 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Notes: 1. Extend case ground wire to secondary neutral bushing on lighter transformer only. )RU‘ZLUHRPLWQHXWUDOLQVWDOODWLRQDQGVHFRQGDUJURXQGV 120V 120V 240/480 240/480 240/480 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC3 TC3 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 ‘23(1'(/7$ )25‘:,5( ‘:,5(9‘:,5( 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Notes: 1. Extend case ground wire to secondary neutral bushing on lighter transformer only. )RU‘ZLUHRPLWQHXWUDOLQVWDOODWLRQDQGVHFRQGDUJURXQGV 120V 120V 240/480 240/480 240/480 Y-PRIMARY (4 WIRE) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC4 TC4 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 ‘23(1:<(23(1'(/7$ )25‘:,5( ‘:,5(9‘:,5( 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Notes: 1. Extend case ground wire to secondary neutral bushing on lighter transformer only. )RU‘ZLUHRPLWQHXWUDOLQVWDOODWLRQDQGVHFRQGDUJURXQGV 120V 120V 240/480 240/480 240/480 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC5 TC5 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 ‘'(/7$'(/7$ )25‘:,5( ‘:,5(9‘:,5( 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Notes: 1. Voltages and tap position must match on all three transformers. 2. Impedances should be matched. If not, the lighter may have up to 25% higher impedance than either power transformer. 3. If the impedances in note 2 can not be obtained, go to the next larger KVA. 4. If a power transformer must be replaced it must match the existing unit. If this is not possible then replace both transformers. %Z POWER TRANSFORMERS EXAMPLE: POWER TRANSFORMERS Z = 3.0% LIGHTER CAN BE FROM 3.0 TO 3.75% LIGHTER %Z ACCEPTABLE RANGE OF LIGHTER %Z DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC5A TC5A 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 ‘'(/7$'(/7$&/26('%$1.6 )25‘:,5( ‘:,5(9‘:,5( 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Notes: 1. Extend case ground wire to secondary bushing. 2. Use transformers with 277V secondary rating to obtain 277/480V. 120/277 120/277 208/480 208/480 120/277 208/480 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC6 TC6 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 ‘'(/7$:<( FOR 120/208 OR 277/480V SERVICE 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Y-SECONDARY (4 WIRE) Notes: 1. Extend case ground wire to secondary bushing. 2. Use transformers with 277V secondary rating to obtain 277/480V. 120/277 120/277 208/480 208/480 120/277 208/480 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC7 TC7 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 ‘:<(:<( FOR 120/208 OR 277/480V SERVICE 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 Y-SECONDARY (4 WIRE) Y-SECONDARY (4 WIRE) Notes: 1. Float primary neutral free to grounds 2. Use 2-bushing transformers only. 240/480 240/480 240/480 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC8 TC8 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 ‘:<('(/7$ )259‘:,5( 9‘:,5( 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 3/02 N.E.M.A STANDARDS FOR 1Ø TRANSFORMER POLARITY MARKING. 1. Additive polarity is standard for all 1Ø transformers in sizes 200KVA and below having high voltage ratings 8660 volts and below. 2. Subtractive polarity is standard for all other 1Ø transformers. SUB. POL. = SUBTRACTIVE POLARITY ADD. POL. = ADDITIVE POLARITv u 1 u O e 1 e O SUB. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e N e O e P u P u O u N e 1 e O u 1 u O SUB. POLK e O u O ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u P u 1 u O e 1 e O e P u N SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O ADD. POLK e O ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u 1 u O e 1 e O e P u N SUB. POLK e 1 e O u 1 u O e O ADD. POLK ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u 1 u O e 1 e O e P u N ADD. POLK u P u P u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O SUB. POLK SUB. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u 1 u O e 1 e O e P e O ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u 1 u O e 1 e O e P e O u O ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u P u 1 u O e 1 e O e P u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u O u P u N u O u O u O u P u N ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK u N u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e N e O e P u N u P u O e P e O e N e P e O e N e P e O e N u P u O u N u P u O u N SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK u N u O u P e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u 1 u O e 1 e O e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u 1 u O e 1 e O e O e P e P e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u N u P u O u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u 1 u O e 1 e O e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e N u 1 u O e 1 e O e O e P e P u P u O u N u P u O u N ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK e O e N e P u N u P u O u N e N e O e P e N e O u N e P u P u O e P e N e O u N e N e P u P e O u N u O u P u O u P u O DATE SECTION APP: o CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONp OPp CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC10 TC10 N N ELM 1/31/8M 1100 3Ø TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS M REDRAWN IN CAD M 6/14/0O N.E.M.A STANDARDS FOR 1Ø TRANSFORMER POLARITY MARKING. 1. Additive polarity is standard for all 1Ø transformers in sizes 200KVA and below having high voltage ratings 8660 volts and below. 2. Subtractive polarity is standard for all other 1Ø transformers. SUB. POL. = SUBTRACTIVE POLARITY ADD. POL. = ADDITIVE POLARITv u 1 u O e 1 e O SUB. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O SUB. POLK ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O ADD. POLK ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O SUB. POLK e 1 e O u 1 u O ADD. POLK ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O SUB. POLK SUB. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O ADD. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e 1 e O u 1 u O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O u 1 u O e 1 e O e N e O e P e N e O e P e N e O e P e N e O e P u O u P u N u O u P u N u N u O u P u O u P u N e N e O e P e N e O e P e N e O e P e N e O e P u O u P u N u O u P u N u O u P u N u O u P u N e O e N e P u N u O u P u N u O u P u N u O u P u N u O u P e O e N e P u N u O u P u N u O u P u N u O u P u O u N u P e O e N e P e O e N e P e O e N e P ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK SUB. POLK ADD. POLK SUB. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK ADD. POLK e P e N e O u P u N u O e P e N u N u P e O u O e N e P u O e O u P u N u N e O e N e P u P u O DATE SECTION APP: o CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONp OPp CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC11 TC11 N N ELM 1/31/8M 1100 3Ø TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS M REDRAWN IN CAD M 6/14/0O VOLTAGE CHART TRANSFORMER SIZE KVA 1 3 (BANK) 120V 240V 277V 480V MAX SIZE EYEBOLT 120V 120V/240V 277V/480V 480V 1 1 3 240V 3 120V/208V 15 25 37.5 50 75 100 300 225 150 112.5 75 45 4/O 350 350 350 SPADE SPADE COPPER WIRE SIZE 4/O 2/O 2 2 2 4/O 2/O 2 2 2 2-4/O 350 4/O 2/O 2 2 2 2 2 2/O 2-350 350 350 2/O Notes : 1. Transformer loading based on 150% of Nameplate KVA. 2. Wire ampacity based on 90 degree Celsius (the maximum insulation temperature). Summer loading (Reference 02.06.01) 3. See Reference Section 2000, Standard 08.01 for larger bank sizes. 4. All high side jumpers 4AWG RED covered wire. 5. See Reference Section 2000, Standard 02.01 for secondary riser wire sizes. SIZE WIRE TO LIGHTER TRANSF SIZE WIRE TO POWER TRANSF GROUNDING BUS SAME SIZE AS ‘ WIRES CONNECT SERVICE GRD. WIRE (NEUTRAL) TO GRD'G. BUS WYE CONNECTION CLOSED OPEN 3 3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TL1 TL1 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1100 TRANSFORMER LEAD SIZES OVERHEAD SECONDARY 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 12/14/09 KJP 5HY&RUUHFWHGY‘FRQGXFWRUVL]HIRUN9$‘EDQN ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ 480 VOLTS DELTA 3 PHASE BANK COPPER WIRE SIZE PER BUSHING 500KVA 750KVA 1500KVA 1000KVA 1-350 2-4/0 2-350 3-350 BRAID SIZE 2-800 AMP 2-800 AMP 1-800 AMP 1-800 AMP * * 3-350 3-4/0 3-500 4-500 2-500 2-350 INCLUDING NEUTRAL PER BUSHING ALUMINUM WIRE SIZE INCLUDING NEUTRAL PER BUSHING COPPER WIRE SIZE 480 Y/277 GROUNDED WYE ALL BUSHING CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE WITH COPPER COMPRESSION SPADE TERMINALS. STOCK NUMBERS ARE: 4/0 350 500 #434 #436 #2276 IF NOT, CONNECT SERVICE CONDUCTORS TO TRANSFORMER LEADS WITH COMPRESSION CONNECTORS. SEE SHEET 3 OF 3. * USE COPPER LEADS AND CONNECT ALUMINUM SERVICE CONDUCTORS TO COPPER LEADS WITH COMPRESSION CONNECTORS. CONNECT SERVICE CONDUCTORS TO TRANSFORMER SPADES WHERE EVER POSSIBLE. LEAD SIZES ARE BASED UPON RATINGS IN IEEE S-135, PAGE 260. R1 - CHANGE TO REFLECT OH JUMPERS DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TL2 TL2 1 3 4/92 1100 LARGE TRANSFORMER LEAD SIZE - OVERHEAD 1 REFLECT OH JUMPERS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 208 Y/120 VOLTS COPPER WIRE SIZE PER BUSHING BRAID SIZE 3-500 (1) 4-750 (1) 5-750 2-800 AMP 2-800 AMP 3-800 AMP 2-800 AMP 2-800 AMP 3-800 AMP BRAID SIZE 3-500 3-350 2-350 1000KVA 750KVA 500KVA PER BUSHING COPPER WIRE SIZE 3 PHASE BANK 240 VOLTS DELTA NOTES: (1) 750 COPPER REQUIRES BRONZE BOLT TYPE SPADE CONNECTORS SUCH AS SHOWN BELOW. FARGO# 2J7A4N 3J7A4N 4J7A4N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TL2 TL2 2 3 4/92 1100 LARGE TRANSFORMER LEAD SIZE - OVERHEAD 1 REFLECT OH JUMPERS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA DELTA WYE PREFERRED PREFERRED (COPPER LEADS) (COPPER OR ALUMINUM SERVICE) (ALL ALUMINUM) 1 1 1 COPPER BOLT FLAT WASHER NUT LOCK WASHER (COPPER OR ALUMINUM SERVICE) (COPPER LEADS) ALTERNATE COMPRESSION CONNECTIONS AT BUSHINGS ALTERNATE BRONZE BOLT TYPE CONNECTIONS AT BUSHINGS ALUMINUM OR COPPER NOTES: 1. All Aluminum-to -Copper connections must be made so that water will run from the aluminum toward the copper. 2. Use oxide inhibitor at all connections. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TL2 TL2 3 3 4/92 1100 LARGE TRANSFORMER LEAD SIZE - OVERHEAD 1 REFLECT OH JUMPERS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA07/10/20
Section 1150 - ClearancesN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1150 C LEARANCES 11/28/2016 ~ CFG Construction Framing Guide N COR OH Clearance to Roadways & Other Surfaces - NESC Minimum ~ CTS OH Clearance to Structures N DC OH Clearance to Roadways & Other Surfaces - Design Minimum C UPTC Padmount Transformer Clearances DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CFG CFG 1 6 CM/AH 10/17/08 1150 CONSTRUCTION FRAMING GUIDE TRANSMISSION UNDERBUILD 18" 3'-0" 7'-0" 24" 6" 6" Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 6" Guy position when needed *10'-0" Minimum 64" 41.3" 105.3" * For tall poles, make sure the distribution can be reached by a service/line truck. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CFG CFG 2 6 CM/AH 10/17/08 1150 CONSTRUCTION FRAMING GUIDE INTERSECTION 4'-0" 7'-0" 3'-8" 18" 6" 3'-8" 4" 6" 4" Guy position when needed DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CFG CFG 3 6 CM/AH 10/17/08 1150 CONSTRUCTION FRAMING GUIDE ‘)86('7$3 6" 4" 4" 8" 8" Guy position when needed Guy position when needed 6" 6" Alternate IRU‘ 7'-0" 7'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CFG CFG 4 6 CM/AH 10/17/08 1150 CONSTRUCTION FRAMING GUIDE BUCKARM 7'-0" 18" 6" 2'-6" 11'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CFG CFG 5 6 CM/AH 10/17/08 1150 CONSTRUCTION FRAMING GUIDE 81)86('‘7$3 7'-0" 2'-0" 6" 7'-0" Guy position when needed Alternate IRU‘ 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CFG CFG 6 6 CM/AH 10/17/08 1150 CONSTRUCTION FRAMING GUIDE TWIGGY TO TAP ON CROSSARM 7'-0" 1'-0" 3'-0" 2'-0" 6" Guy position when needed Communications Washington State Highways DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COR COR 1 2 CM/DK 11/10/16 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO ROADWAYS & OTHER SURFACES NESC MINIMUM Along or crossing roads/streets, alleys, driveways, and parking lots (not state highways) Spaces and ways subject to pedestrians or restricted traffic only Top of rails for railroads (except electrified trolleys) -See page 2 for Burlington Northern Joint Usage Comm. 0-750 V 751-15,000 V 15,001-50,000 V 50,001 V And Over Type of Utility Line Lines Crossing Highway Lines Parallel To Highway 24' 20' 24' 30' 32' 34' 20' 20' 24' 27' 32' 32' 2017 NESC Minimum Vertical Clearances 115 kV 69 kV 12.47 kV Noninsulated Secondary Insulated Secondary & Non-Insulated Communications Effectively Grounded Neutral & Insulated Communications Ground 20'-6" 19'-6" 18'-6" 16'-6" 16'-0" 15'-6" 16'-6" 15'-6" 14'-6" 12'-6" 12'-0" 9'-6" 28'-6" 27'-6" 26'-6" 24'-6" 24'-0" 23'-6" 1. These minimum clearances must be met at maximum final sag. 2. See tables that follow for other surfaces and span guys. 3. Clearances per WAC 468-34-290 and NESC C2-2017 Rule 232. 4. See Std DC - Design Clearances - Section 1150 for new construction. Notes : DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COR COR 2 2 CM/DK 11/10/16 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO ROADWAYS & OTHER SURFACES NESC MINIMUM Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex), (does not include building being served) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Table 2 - Horizontal clearances to signs, chimneys, billboards, radio and TV antennas, and tanks readily accessible to pedestrians. Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) NESC Minimum Horizontal Clearance (feet) Rev. 2 - Updated for 2017 NESC and corrected labels on tables. NESC Minimum Horizontal Clearance (feet) Conductor Conductor DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CTS CTS 1 5 LB/AH 3/17/04 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO STRUCTURES 1 10/17/08 CM AH 2 9/5/16 KJP 1. The preferred design clearance to structures is 10 feet, if possible, in recognition of WAC 296-24-960 Unqualified Worker minimum clearance of 10 feet to any conductors (including the neutral) up to 50kV. There will be installations where it is not possible to obtain 10 feet of clearance. In those cases the 2017 NESC Rule 234 minimum clearances shall be met. 2. The clearances in these tables are the absolute minimums required by code. The values are based on worst-case conductor loading, conductor tension, and wind loading. 3. Ungrounded guys and ungrounded portions of guys between guy insulators shall have clearances based on the highest voltage to which they may be exposed to a slack conductor or guy. Notes : Table 1 - Horizontal clearances to walls, projections, windows, balconies, and areas accessible to pedestrians. 5'0" 5'0" 7'0" 7'6" 8'6" 9'6" 4'6" Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) 5'0" 5'0" 7'0" 7'6" 8'6" 9'6" 4'6" Scope This standard lists the MINIMUM conductor clearances between conductors and structures such as buildings, signs, and flag poles. These clearances are taken from the 2017 edition of NESC Rule 234. Table 3 - Horizontal clearances to signs, chimneys, billboards, radio and TV antennas, and tanks not readily accessible to pedestrians. Conductor DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CTS CTS 2 5 LB/AH 3/17/04 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO STRUCTURES 1 10/17/08 CM AH 2 9/5/16 KJP NESC Minimum Horizontal Clearance (feet) 3'0" 3'6" 5'0" 7'0" 7'6" 8'6" 9'6" Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex), (does not include building being served) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) NESC Minimum Vertical Clearance (feet) Conductor 11'0" 11'0" 13'0" 13'6" 14'6" 15'6" 10'6" Rev. 2 - Updated for 2017 NESC and corrected labels on tables. Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex), (does not include building being served) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) NESC Minimum Vertical Clearance (feet) Conductor 3'0" 3'6" 10'0" 12'0" 12'6" 13'6" 14'6" Table 4 - Vertical clearances over or under building roofs or projections readily accessible to pedestrians. Table 5 - Vertical clearances over or under building roofs or projections not readily accessible to pedestrians Table 6 - Vertical clearances over roofs that are accessible to vehicles less than 8 feet high. Table 7 - Vertical clearances over roofs accessible to truck traffic (vehicles over 8 feet high). Table 8 - Vertical clearances over and under signs, chimneys, billboards, radio and TV antennas, tanks, and other installations not classified as buildings or bridges where the conductor is over or under catwalks and other surfaces where personnel walk. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CTS CTS 3 5 LB/AH 3/17/04 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO STRUCTURES 1 10/17/08 CM AH 2 9/5/16 KJP Rev. 2 - Updated for 2017 NESC and corrected labels on tables. Conductor NESC Minimum Vertical Clearance (feet) 10'6" 11'0" 11'0" 13'0" 13'6" 14'6" 15'6" Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) Conductor NESC Minimum Vertical Clearance (feet) 15'6" 16'0" 16'0" 18'0" 18'6" 19'6" 20'6" Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) Conductor NESC Minimum Vertical Clearance (feet) 10'6" 11'0" 11'0" 13'0" 13'6" 14'6" 15'6" Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) Table 9 - Vertical clearances over and under signs, chimneys, billboards, radio and TV antennas, tanks, and other installations not classified as buildings or bridges where the conductor is over or under portions of such installations where personnel do not walk. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CTS CTS 4 5 LB/AH 3/17/04 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO STRUCTURES 1 10/17/08 CM AH 2 9/5/16 KJP Rev. 2 - Updated for 2017 NESC and corrected labels on tables. Conductor NESC Minimum Vertical Clearance (feet) 3'0" 3'6" 5'6" 7'6" 8'0" 9'0" 10'0" Neutrals, grounded guys, ungrounded guys exposed to 0 to 300V Services (0 to 750V multiplex) Ungrounded guys exposed to 750V to 22kV Primary (7.2/12.5kV) 69kV 115kV Unguarded rigid live parts & equipment cases (0 to 750V), ungrounded guys (300 to 750V) Table 10 - Vetical clearance of service drop conductors, including drip loops, for the building it is serving (see figure 1). Figure 1- Clearances of service drop terminating on support mast 18" 3'-0" 6'-0" Maintain not less than 3'-0" vertical clearance above roof outside of 6'-0" radius from the service mast Maintain not less than 18" vertical clearance above roof within 6'-0" radius from the service mast 4'-0" 6'-0" Elevation View Plan View of Roof DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of CTS CTS 5 5 LB/AH 3/17/04 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO STRUCTURES 1 10/17/08 CM AH 2 9/5/16 KJP Rev. 2 - Updated for 2017 NESC and corrected labels on tables. Conductor NESC Minimum Vertical Clearance (feet) Multiplex that does not exceed 750V within 6' radius of service mast which is located no more than 4' from the edge of the roof Multiplex that does not exceed 750V outside 6' radius of service mast 1'6" 3'0" Communications Washington State Highways Joint Usage Comm. 0-750 V 751-15,000 V 15,001-50,000 V 50,001 V And Over DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of DC DC 1 2 CM/DK 11/10/16 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO ROADWAYS & OTHER SURFACES DESIGN MINIMUM - NEW CONSTRUCTION Along or crossing roads/streets, alleys, driveways, and parking lots (not state highways) Spaces and ways subject to pedestrians or restricted traffic only Top of rails for railroads (except electrified trolleys) -See page 2 for Burlington Northern Type of Utility Line Lines Crossing Highway Lines Parallel To Highway 25' 21' 25' 35' 35' 40' 21' 21' 25' 35' 35' 40' Design Minimum Vertical Clearances 115 kV 69 kV 12.47 kV Noninsulated Secondary Insulated Secondary & Non-Insulated Communications Effectively Grounded Neutral & Insulated Communications Ground 30' 30' 25' 18' 18' 18' 30' 30' 25' 14' 14' 14' 40' 40' 30' 25' 25' 25' 1. See tables that follow for other surfaces and span guys. 2. See Std COR - Overhead Clearance to Roadways and Other Surfaces - Section 1150 for NESC minimums. 3. Proposed exceptions to these clearances require approval from CPU Engineering. Notes : DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of DC DC 2 2 CM/DK 11/10/16 1150 OVERHEAD CLEARANCE TO ROADWAYS & OTHER SURFACES DESIGN MINIMUM - NEW CONSTRUCTION Front Top View With Doors Closed Front view with doors closed (see Note 2) MINIMUM DISTANCE REQUIRED FROM STRUCTURES TO PADMOUNTED TRANSFORMERS x 10 ft. to any windows, doors, stairways, or openings on all structures. x 3 ft. clear area in back and sides of unit to allow working on equipment. x 10 ft. from any structure or roof overhang consisting of combustible material. x 3 ft. to non-combustible structures having no openings closer than 10 ft. x Proposed exceptions to these clearances require approval from CPU Engineering. Notes : 1. Customer must provide documentation for non-combustible. 2. Locate front of padmounted transformer away from building walls or other barriers to allow for safe working practices. Doors of enclosures and transformers must face towards the driving access unless otherwise approved. No vegetation in this work space is permitted. 3. Consult CPU Residential Electric Service Handbook for any additional required clearances to building doors, windows, fire escapes, air vents, etc. 4. Where exposed to motorized vehicles (less than 5 feet from a drivable surface), the customer must install and maintain CPU approved barrier to protect padmounted transformer and other equipment. See CPU Std UTP9. 5. Locate transformers no less than 5 feet and no more than 10 feet from a maintained drivable surface unless otherwise approved by CPU. 6. All distances shall also apply to tree trunks and major root systems. 25 1234 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPTC UPTC 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1150 PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER CLEARANCES 0 0 2/22/00 HWH MA 1 5/30/07 LB AH 2 11/10/16 CM DK 10' 3' 3' 3' 3' 10' 10' 10' Non-combustible Combustible 10' MINIMUM WORKING CLEARANCE REQUIRED 10 ft. clear area in front of unit to allow use of 8' hot sticks (see Note 2). WARNING 10' Rev. 2 - Corrected measurement points and removed conductor location note.11/28/16
Section 1200 - UG General & TrenchingN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1200 U NDERGROUND G ENERAL AND T RENCHING 9/2/2019 C UA1 Basic Trench Requirements ~ UC1 Conduit Requirements ~ UD1 Directional Boring Specifications ~ UVE1 Underground Vault 120 V Wiring ~ UVSP1 Underground Vault - Sump Pump Field Side Road Side DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UA1 UA1 1 2 HWH/GW 1/22/80 1200 BASIC TRENCH REQUIREMENTS 3 5/30/07 LB AH 4 12/14/09 KJP 5 8/22/19 CM GM 6 5/19/21 KJP Secondary Power Primary Power TV Cable TelephoneGas Water Service Only W 27" Trench Depth 24" 42"-48" Clean Fill 12" 42"-48" 24" Min 42"-48" 24" Min 24" Min 42"-48" 1. All primary and secondary power cables are in conduit. 2. Select backfill or controlled density fill (CDF) may be required. 3. Construction scrap material or trash of any kind is not allowed in any part of the trench. Notes: Legend: G G G G W T S CPU Fiber (2" conduit) F 12" Min 12" Min 12" Min S T S T T 1ø and Secondary Trench Without Gas Secondary & Communications 1ø and Secondary Trench With Gas S T 1ø and Secondary Street Crossing S T DETAIL A Additional Requirements for 3ø Trenches Tie wrap conduits in equilateral shape every 5 feet Clean Fill 12" Clean Fill Clean Fill 12" W 12" Min 12" 12" 1ø Trench With Gas & Water 1000MCM With 1/0 Trench2-1000MCM With 3ø-1/0 Trench DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UA1 UA1 2 2 HWH/GW 1/22/80 1200 BASIC TRENCH REQUIREMENTS 3 5/30/07 LB AH 4 12/14/09 KJP 5 8/22/19 CM GM 6 5/19/21 KJP F F Notes: 24" 12" Min 1/0 in 2" Sch 40 PVC Conduits 48" 1000MCM in 4"Sch 40 PVCConduits Bed Conduit With Screenings 3-1/0 in 4" Sch 40 PVC Conduit 12" Min (Note 5) 36" 8" 48" Note: 3 ø conduits (4" and 2") are to be tie wrapped in a triangular configuration every 5 feet. See Detail A on page 1. Legend: G W T S CPU Fiber (2" conduit) F T G T 12" Min 12" Bed Conduit With Screenings 1000MCM in 4" Sch 40 PVCConduits 1. All primary and secondary cables shall be in conduit. 2. All road and street crossings shall be in schedule 40, PVC, gray electrical conduit or polyethylene of equal or greater strength specifications. Pipe with other designated use is not acceptable. 3. All risers above finished grade shall be in schedule 80 PVC. 4. Acceptable conduit sizes are as follows: ‘SULPDUFDEOHLQFRQGXLW ‘SULPDUFDEOHLQRUFRQGXLWV - Triplex secondary cable in 1-3" conduit ‘0&0FDEOHLQFRQGXLWV 5. Where rock is encountered and the depths shown on UA1 cannot be accomplished, a lesser depth with schedule 80 conduit* and/or control density fill (CDF) may be approved.* Contact CPU Engineering. 6. All conduit terminations shall have end bells or bushings. 7. All conduits that terminate into energized enclosures shall be installed by qualified personnel with a CPU standby person. 8. All conduit runs shall be designed to limit pulling tension to the values specified on UCP1. $OOFRQGXLWHQGVVKDOOEHFKDPIHUHGƒ[LQWHUQDOODWDOOVWUDLJKWHQGV (not belled ends). 10. All conduits installed for future use shall be marked with 3M electrical markers within six inches at both ends. All ends shall be elbowed up as per Std. ULE (section 1500). The elbow shall NOT be glued to the conduit. The elbow shall be covered with a CPU loop enclosure. 11. Sufficient select backfill shall be placed to prevent crushing of the conduits due to trucks and other heavy equipment. 12. Unused conduits shall have removable plugs designed for that purpose in both ends. 13. Road and street crossings may be either trenched and backfilled, bored or pushed whichever is acceptable to the governing agency. 14. All street and road crossings shall be at property lines. 15. Where conduit bends are required, they shall meet the requirements for cable pulling in the construction specifications. Only manufactured radii are acceptable. No heated bends. 16. A condulet (LB) shall never be used. 17. Conduit sweeps shall be 24" secondary* and 36" primary radius. 18. Conduits installed for futures should be plumbed into transformer with elbows and capped. Flex pipe is not acceptable. 19. Conduits shall be installed so that cable is pulled toward the end bells to avoid scraping cable on sharp edges of conduit. 20. All cut ends of conduits shall be square. 21. Steel mandrels shall be pulled through the conduits to detect damage and debris. ALL CONDUIT SHALL BE GRAY ELECTRICAL CONDUIT AND SHALL BE UL LISTED AND NEMA TC-2 OR TC-3 LABELED -- NO OTHER PIPE IS ACCEPTABLE. Rev 3: Updated Notes Have A * DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UC1 UC1 1 1 9/94 1200 CONDUIT REQUIREMENTS 1 REVISIONS MARKED WITH STAR 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 5/30/07 LB AH DIRECTIONAL BORING SPECIFICATIONS 1. DIRECTIONAL DRILLING SHALL BE PERFORMED ONLY BY CPU APPROVED ELECTRI CAL CONTRACTORS ON JOBS THAT HAVE BEEN PRE-APPROVED FOR DIRECTIONAL DRILLING. 2. DIRECTIONAL DRILLING EQUIPMENT SHALL BE PRE-APPROVED BY CPU. 3. DIRECTIONAL DRILLING EQUIPMENT SHALL BE OPERATED ONLY BY PERSONNEL W HO HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED OR APPROVED BY CPU OR A CPU ACCEPTED AGENCY. 4. CONDUIT INSTALLATIONS SHALL BE 2", 4" OR 6" GRAY POLYETHYLENE PIPE OF NOT-LESS-THAN STANDARD RADIUS DIMENSION (SDR) 13.5. (OUTSIDE DIAMETER DIVIDED BY WALL THICKNESS NLT 13.5). ALL CONDUIT WILL MEET ASTM STANDARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION A ND INSTALLATION OF POLYETHYLENE (PE) CONDUIT. CONDUIT INSTALLATIONS USING PVC CONDUIT SHALL HAVE DESIGNS, MATERIAL AND INSTALLATION PRACTICES PRE-APPROVED BY CPU. 5. ALL CONNECTION TO PVC SWEEPS OR CONDUIT WILL BE FULLY GLUED USING IR S WELD-ON 600 ADHESIVE OR CPU APPROVED EQUIVALENT. GLUE USED TO FASTEN PVC TO PVC SHALL BE IRS WELD ON 721 WITH A COMPATIBLE PRIMER (OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT GLUE A ND PRIMER). 6. A PLOT AND TRACK OF THE BORE USING THE BORE EQUIPMENT SOFTWARE, OR A CERTIFIED COPY OF A SURVEYED PROFILE OF THE BORE, SHALL BE PROVIDED TO CPU BEFORE ACCE PTANCE OF THE INSTALLATION. 7. THE DEPTH OF THE CONDUIT SHALL BE IDENTIFIED BY A STAKE WITH THE DEP TH EVERY 10 FEET ALONG THE ROUTE IN UNPAVED AREAS AND BY THE DEPTH WRITTEN IN MARKER PAINT EVERY 10 FEET ALONG ALONG THE ROUTE IN PAVED AREAS. 8. THE CONDUIT DEPTHS SHALL CONFORM TO THE CPU STANDARDS OF 42" NOMINAL DEPTH, NOT LESS THAN 36", NOR GREATER THAN 48". ANY OTHER DEPTH SHALL REQUIRE PRIOR APPROVAL BY CPU. 9. ALL INSTALLED CONDUITS SHALL BE "PROOFED" USING THE APPROPRIATE MAND REL, AND HAVE A 2500 POUND, 3/4" SEQUENTIALLY-NUMBERED, CONTINUOUS "MULE TAPE" INST ALLED FOR FUTURE CABLE PULLING. CERTIFICATION OF THE TEST MANDRELING SHALL BE PROVID ED TO CPU PRIOR TO ACCEPTANCE BY THE UTILITY. 10. CPU RESERVES THE OPTION TO REQUIRE "POTHOLING" TO DETERMINE DEPTH AN D LOCATION FOR ANY INSTALLATIONS THAT ARE QUESTIONABLE. THE "POTHOLING" WILL BE AT THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. Rev 2: Added "Gray" to Item #4 and 3/4" mule tape in all conduit in Item #9 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UD1 UD1 1 1 4/24/011200 DIRECTIONAL BORING SPECIFICATIONS 1 12/29/04 LB AH 2 12/14/09 KJP FUSE WHITE GREEN BLACK CABLE CABLE DETAIL ITEM 4 REMOTE SOURCE IN VAULT SOURCE DETAIL ITEM 4 CABLE FUSE TO UVE-2 TO NEUTRAL AND GROUND BUS 12 13 14 11 FLOAT SWITCH SUMP PUMP 4 9 9 9 3 1 9 3 3 2 TO 120V SOURCE 7 15 6 3 9 8 10 15 6 3 9 RECEPTACLE ASSEMBLY STORE ITEM 10 NEAR RECEPTACLE WHEN NOT IN USE. SEE ASSEMBLY DETAIL BELOW 5 (TYPICAL) R1 - REDRAWN IN CAD DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UVE1 UVE1 1 3 4/94 1200 UNDERGROUND VAULT 120 VOLT WIRING 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 2/23/00 HWH MA MATERIAL LIST ITEM QTY. TDM. DESCRIPTION 1 1 2 1 3 FUSE HOLDER, HOMAC #SLK 4 1 5 2 BOX, CONDUIT, PVC, TYPE FSC, 3/4" 6 4 ADAPTER, FEMALE, 3/4", PVC 7 ADAPTER, HUBBELL #60CM75 FOR ITEM #7 2 8 CORD, PORTABLE, TYPE STO 3 CONDUCTOR 10 AWG A.R. 9 2 SWITCH, DUST-TIGHT, WATER-TIGHT, 125V, 20A SQUARE 'D' CAT #KW-1 LIGHT FIXTURE, VAPOR-TIGHT, 150V WITH GLOBE, GUARD AND BASE WITH 2 - 3/4" NPT HUBS HUBBELL CAT #NVX15CHG 7 CONNECTOR, STRAIGHT, 3/4" NPT HUB SIZE, MALE, NYLON HUBBELL #SHC-1037-CR POWER OUTLET, CHROME PLATED BRASS 30A, 3 WIRE, 125V, HUBBELL #60CM63 2 10 ADAPTER, TWIST LOCK MALE 30A TO STRAIGHT BLADE FEMALE 30A, HUBBELL #31CM29 A.R. 11 CONDUCTOR #10 CU BLACK CONDUCTOR #10 CU WHITE 12 A.R. CONDUCTOR #10 CU BARE SPLICE COVER, STREET LIGHT, HOMAC FSS20 A.R. 14 13 2 15 CONDUIT, PVC, SCH 40, 3/4" A.R. 2115 2290 2291 2292 2293 2294 2295 2296 2297 2309 1586 2298 2299 2300 1564 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UVE1 UVE1 2 3 4/94 1200 UNDERGROUND VAULT 120 VOLT WIRING 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 2/23/00 HWH MA NOTES: THIS WIRING DIAGRAM IS TYPICAL ONLY. EACH VAULT REQUIRES SPECIAL CONSIDERATION TO LOCATE EACH COMPONENT FOR OPTIMUM UTILIZATION. LOCATE THE LIGHT SWITCH AS CLOSE TO THE LADDER AS POSSIBLE BUT PROTECT IT FROM DAMAGE WHEN EQUIPMENT IS BEING MOVED IN OR OUT. THE 120 VOLT SOURCE MAY BE FROM A TRANSFORMER IN THE VAULT OR FROM AN EXTERNAL SOURCE. THE FLOAD SWITCH LOCATION MUST BE CALCULATED FOR EACH VAULT SE- PARATELY. THE LOCATION DEPENDS UPON THE AMOUNT OF OIL IN THE EQUIPMENT IN THE VAULT. REFER THIS TO ENGINEERING. LOCATE RECEPTACLES AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE TO MINIMIZE THE PROBABILITY OF BEING SUBMERGED. LOCATE FUSE ON OR NEAR THE CEILING FUSE IS 600 VOLT, 30 AMP, 13/32" x 1 1/2" NON-GLASS TYPE. CONNECTOR, ITEM 3, SCREWS DIRECTLY INTO HUB. THE NEUTRAL MAY COME FROM ANY AVAILABLE SOURCE WITHIN THE VAULT IF THE 120 VOLT SOURCE IS INTERNAL. IF THE SOURCE IS EXTERNAL, IT MUST INCLUDE A NEUTRAL. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UVE1 UVE1 3 3 4/94 1200 UNDERGROUND VAULT 120 VOLT WIRING 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 2/23/00 HWH MA PUMP M F M M F F M F M F M M F F F F M M M F M F 6 5 7 3 2 4 2 3 2 1 M = MALE F = FEMALE NOTES: LAST CONNECTION STORM DRAIN 8 9 M 3 10 R1 - REDRAWN IN CAD DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UVSP1 UVSP1 1 2 4/92 1200 UNDERGROUND VAULT SUMP PUMP 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 1. ALL PIPE AND FITTINGS MUST BE SCHEDULE 40 SEWER TYPE. SEWER AND WATER FITTINGS DON'T FIT TOGETHER EXCEPT AT THREATED JOINTS. 2. THIS SPECIFICATION IS TYPICAL ONLY. LOCATION OF STORM DRAIN WILL DICTATE PIPE ROUTING. 3. LOCATE CHECK VALVE CLOSE TO PUMP AND IN THE VERTICAL POSITION. 4. PUMP MUST BE IN VAULT SUMP. 5. SEE UVE FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS. MATERIAL LIST ITEM QTY. TDM. DESCRIPTION 1 1 1955 SUMP PUMP 2 3 ADAPTER, MALE, 2" PLASTIC, SEWER PIPE, SEWER, PLASTIC, 2" A. R. 3 CHECK VALVE, 2", BRONZE 4 1 5 1 COMBINATION Y, 2", PLASTIC 6 1 CLEANOUT FITTING 2", PLASTIC 7 REDUCER, PLASTIC, SEWER, 2" x 1/4 BEND, PLASTIC, SEWER, 2" A. R. 8 CLAMP, PIPE, 2", ONE BOLT A. R. 9 A. R. 1 CLEANOUT PLUG 2" 1 10 2353 2301 2354 2355 2356 2308 2307 2358 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UVSP1 UVSP1 2 2 4/92 1200 UNDERGROUND VAULT SUMP PUMP 1 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 2/23/00 HWH MA09/03/19
Section 1300 - UG Risers, Cables & ConnectorsN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1300 U NDERGROUND R ISERS , C ABLE S AND C ONNECTORS 11/19/2020 ~ U1 1 Ø Primary Riser ~ U1R 1 Ø Primary Riser, Reverse Feed ~ U2 2 Ø Primary Riser ~ U2R 2 Ø Primary Riser, Reverse Feed ~ U3 3 Ø Primary Riser ~ U3R 3 Ø Primary Riser, R everse Feed ~ U83, U84 Secondary Overhead to Underground Riser Assembly ~ U8P Secondary OH to UG Riser Assembly with Secondary Pedestal ~ U9 Riser Bracket Assembly ~ U10 1 Ø Primary (U1) & Secondary (U8) Riser Guidelines ~ UB20 - UB28 Underground Primary Basic Units ~ UCA1 - UCA6 Underground Primary Cable Accessories - 200 Amp ~ UCH - 0 Underground Cable Reel Handling ~ UCH - 1 Underground Cable Handling and Storage ~ UCP1 Underground Cable Pulling Requirements ~ UEP2 Primary Elbow Assembly 200A w/ Current - Reset Faul t Indicator C UEP3 Primary Elbow Assem bly 200A w/ Voltage - Reset Fault Indicator ~ UFI Underground Fault Indicators ~ UFI2 Underground Cable Current - Reset Fault Indicators Installation ~ UID2 Underground Conductor Identification Tags 1'-0" 2'-0"Min. 19 9 6 28 25 24 7 11 1 18 20 Approx. 5'-0" 26 21 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U1 U1 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 1300 SINGLE PHASE PRIMARY RISER 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 12/14/09 KJP 5 10/31/17 CM DK 6 1/16/19 CM DK 17 Existing Conductor 8'-0" Approx. 2'-0" 8'-0" 12 13 14 6" 16 15 Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU when riser iscompleted. Note 1 Note 2 Neutral 22 Rev. 6 - Corrected drawing and material. Note 3 Notes: 1. Engineer to call for Ø tag: AØ - S/N 1280 BØ - S/N 1281 CØ - S/N 1282 2. Engineer to call for stirrup: #6Sol to #2Str Cu - S/N 2338 #6ACSR to 2/0ACSR - S/N 2339 1/0ACSR to 477AAC - S/N 2340 336ACSR to 954AAC - S/N 2341 3. Engineer to call for connector based on neutral size. Place bracket under phase to be tapped. 2 2 27 2 8 3 4 5 Locate the conduit onthe pole away from the approaching traffic. All conduit above ground and 1 foot below is Schedule 80 PVC. Ø 23 22 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U1 U1 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 1300 SINGLE PHASE PRIMARY RISER 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 12/14/09 KJP 5 10/31/17 CM DK 6 1/16/19 CM DK Rev. 6 - Corrected drawing and material. Notes: 4. Connect concentric neutrals to arrester ground using #4 Cu, Red. 5. Make arrester ground terminal-to-concentric neutral jumper as short as possible. ITEM NO. 11 10 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/2 - 2/2 (2C2) 455 1 Conductor, Cu #2, 1/C, 7-Str, SD, 600V, HMP Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 12 10 393 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Washer, Flat, Round Galv., 1/2" Guard, Wildlife, Cutout, Polymer 17 16 15 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv. 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 13 14 11132 1 1 1392 155 2928 Conductor, Cu 1/C #4, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW 1 1 1 2532 Cutout, Polymer, Universal, 100A, 16kA Asym. 2 1 283 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only 3 6 1131 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point 4 3 226 Bracket, Standoff Riser, 10 1/2" 5 30 2205 Conduit, PVC, 2" X 10', Sch 80 6 1 2206 End Bell, 2", Sch 40 7 1 2214 Terminator, 15kV, Cold-Shrink JCN & CN, 1/0 1 58 Arrester, Surge, 9kV, MOV, Riser Pole 21 19 20 1 2583 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester 8 3 295 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, Conduit, 2" 23 9 1 2537 Bracket, Arrester/Cutout Mounting, 1ø Fiberglass 18" 1 2217 1 1394 7 2512 22 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NLA2 ITEM NO. U1 Pothead Pothead Connection Detail 20 11 #2 Cu Str WP to System Neutral #4 Cu Red to Lightning Arrester Ground 21 To Cutout 10 Connector, Compression Lug, #4, Cu/Al, One-Hole, Tin-Plated, For Arreste r 2 2548 26 40 1512 Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered 24 1 1124 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' 25 1 281 Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Bronze Small DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NN1 ITEM NO. 2 283 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only Additional Material 28 24 2707 Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galv. 1 1/2" 27 1 413 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run, #6-#1 Tap Conductor, Cu 1/C #2, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW 18 2513 3 1'-0" 2'-0"Min. 30 27 26 28 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U1R U1R 1 2 HWH/MA 2/23/00 1300 SINGLE PHASE PRIMARY RISER REVERSE FEED 1 10/31/17 CM DK 2 1/16/19 CM DK Existing Conductor 8'-0" 8'-0" 12 13 14CAUTION: REVERSE FEED Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU when riser iscompleted. Ø 23 Approx. 5'-0" Neutral Approx.2'-0" 6" 6" Note 1 17 2 161 7 9 19 15 25 Note 2 Notes: 1. Engineer to call for Ø tag: AØ - S/N 1280 BØ - S/N 1281 CØ - S/N 1282 2. Engineer to call for stirrup: #6Sol to #2Str Cu - S/N 2338 #6ACSR to 2/0ACSR - S/N 2339 1/0ACSR to 477AAC - S/N 2340 336ACSR to 954AAC - S/N 2341 3. Engineer to call for connector based on neutral size. Place bracket under phase to be tapped. Note 3 18 29 6 8 3 4 5 Locate conduit so itdoes not interferewith the neutral guy. All conduit above ground and 1 foot below is Schedule 80 PVC. Rev. 2 - Moved arrester to middle of bracket, added cutout direction not e, and updated materials. 23 24 21 2 Angle cutout away from pole 23 24 6" 2 Train concentric away from mounting bracket 18 5 6 4 2 3Conductor, Cu 1/C #2, 7 Str, 600V, Red, THW End Bell, 2", Sch 40 Conduit, PVC, 2" x 10', Sch 80 Bracket, Standoff Riser, 10 1/2" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point DESCRIPTION Cutout, Polymer, Universal, 100A, 16kA Asym. 30 12205 2206 226 6 6 2513 1131 QTY. S/N 2532 30 9 8 27 26 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8'Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Bronze Small Bracket, Arrester/Cutout Mounting, 1Ø, Fiberglass 18" Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 2" Conduit 28 7 Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered Terminator, 15kV, Cold-Shrink, JCN & CN, 1/0 3 24295 2707 1 1 1124 281 40 1512 1 2214 11 10 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, 2/2 - 2/2 (2C2) Conductor, Cu #2, 1/C, 7-Str, SD, 600V, HMP Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12", 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 12 Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Guard, Wildlife, Cutout, Polymer 17 16 15 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv. 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 13 14 18 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U1R U1R 2 2 HWH/MA 2/23/00 1300 SINGLE PHASE PRIMARY RISER REVERSE FEED 1 10/31/17 CM DK 2 1/16/19 CM DK 19 20Clamp, 2-Bolt, for 1/0 Terminator Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only Washer, Flat, Round Galv. 1/2" Sign, "Caution: Reverse Feed" Notes: 4. Connect concentric neutrals to arrester ground using #4 Cu, Red. 5. Make arrester ground terminal-to-concentric neutral jumper as short as possible. 1 1 3 1 2537 1 455 10 393 1 155 1 1392 1 2217 1 1132 1 2928 1 1858 2 283 1 1394 29 2719 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run, #6-#1 Tap 1 413 1 ITEM NO. Rev. 2 - Moved arrester to middle of bracket, added cutout direction not e, and updated materials. U1R Pothead Pothead Connection Detail 24 11 #2 Cu Str WP to System Neutral #4 Cu Red to Lightning Arrester Ground 23 To Cutout 10 18 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N ITEM NO. N1 Train concentric away from mounting bracket Additional Material Conductor, Cu 1/C #4, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW 1 58 Arrester, Surge, 9kV, MOV, Riser Pole 23 21 22 1 2583 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester 25 7 2512 24 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NLA2 ITEM NO. Connector, Compression Lug, #4, Cu/Al, One-Hole, Tin-Plated, For Arreste r 2 2548 2 283 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only 24 1'-0" 2'-0"Min. 28 Existing Conductor 26 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U2 U2 1 2 ELM 2/22/00 1300 TWO PHASE PRIMARY RISER 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 12/14/09 KJP 4 10/31/17 CM DK 5 1/16/19 CM DK 8'-0" 8'-0" 13 14 Neutral 19 9 6 1 18 20 Approx. 5'-0" 6" 17 Approx.2'-0" 7 11 21 Notes: 1. Engineer to call for Ø tag: AØ - S/N 1280 BØ - S/N 1281 CØ - S/N 1282 2. Engineer to call for stirrup: #6Sol to #2Str Cu - S/N 2338 #6ACSR to 2/0ACSR - S/N 2339 1/0ACSR to 477AAC - S/N 2340 336ACSR to 954AAC - S/N 2341 3. Engineer to call for connector based on neutral size. Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU when riser iscompleted. Note 1 Note 2 22 Place brackets under phases to be tapped. Rev. 5 - Corrected drawing and material issue. 21 2 25 Note 3 27 10 16 15 21 8 3 4 5 Locate the conduit onthe pole away from the approaching traffic. All conduit above ground and 1 foot below is Schedule 80 PVC. Ø 23 22 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U2 U2 2 2 ELM 2/22/00 1300 TWO PHASE PRIMARY RISER 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 12/14/09 KJP 4 10/31/17 CM DK 5 1/16/19 CM DK Pothead Pothead Connection Detail 22 11 #2 Cu Str WP to System Neutral #4 Cu Red to Lightning Arrester Ground 21 To Cutout 10 Notes: 4. Connect concentric neutrals to arrester ground using #4 Cu, Red. 5. Make arrester ground terminal-to-concentric neutral jumper as short as possible. DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N Rev. 5 - Corrected drawing and material. ITEM NO. 11 10 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/2 - 2/2 (2C2) 455 2 Conductor, Cu #2, 1/C, 7-Str, SD, 600V, HMP 20393 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Washer, Flat, Round Galv., 1/2" Guard, Wildlife, Cutout, Polymer 17 16 15 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv. 5/8" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", 12,400 lb Ultimate 13 14 21132 1 156 2928 Conductor, Cu 1/C #4, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW 2 1 2 2532 Cutout, Polymer, Universal, 100A, 16kA Asym. 2 2 283 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only 3 6 1131 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point 4 3 226 Bracket, Standoff Riser, 10 1/2" 5 30 2203 Conduit, PVC, 4" X 10', Sch 80 6 1 2204 End Bell, 4", Sch 40 7 2 2214 Terminator, 15kV, Cold-Shrink JCN & CN, 1/0 2 58 Arrester, Surge, 9kV, MOV, Riser Pole 21 19 20 2 2583 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester 8 3 297 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, Conduit, 4" 23 9 2 2537 Bracket, Arrester/Cutout Mounting, 1ø Fiberglass 18" 1 2217 2 1394 14 2512 22 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NLA2(2) ITEM NO. U2 Connector, Compression Lug, #4, Cu/Al, One-Hole, Tin-Plated, For Arreste r 4 2548 26 40 1512 Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered 24 1 1124 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' 25 1 281 Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Bronze Small DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NN1 ITEM NO. 4 283 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only Additional Material 27 24 2707 Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" 28 1 413 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run, #6-#1 Tap Conductor, Cu 1/C #2, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW 18 2513 6 1'-0" 2'-0"Min. 29 26 25 27 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U2R U2R 1 2 CM/DK 10/31/17 1300 TWO PHASE PRIMARY RISER REVERSE FEED 1 1/16/19 CM DK Existing Conductor 8'-0" 8'-0" CAUTION: REVERSE FEED 1'-0" 19 Neutral Approx. 2'-0" 12 13 151 2 16 2 Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU when riser iscompleted. Note 1 Note 3 Notes: 1. Engineer to call for Ø tag: AØ - S/N 1280 BØ - S/N 1281 CØ - S/N 1282 2. Engineer to call for stirrup: #6Sol to #2Str Cu - S/N 2338 #6ACSR to 2/0ACSR - S/N 2339 1/0ACSR to 477AAC - S/N 2340 336ACSR to 954AAC - S/N 2341 3. Engineer to call for connector based on neutral size. Place brackets under phases to be tapped. Note 2 17 28 6 8 3 4 5 Locate conduit so itdoes not interferewith the neutral guy. All conduit above ground and 1 foot below is Schedule 80 PVC. 151 7 9 18 14 22 10 Ø 22 Rev. 1 - Moved arrester to middle of bracket, added cutout direction not e, and updated materials. 23 23 Angle cutouts away from pole 11 24 10 22 6" 6" Approx. 5'-0" Train concentric away from mounting bracket 2 17 5 6 4 2 3End Bell, 4", Sch 40 Conduit, PVC, 4" x 10', Sch 80 Bracket, Standoff Riser, 10 1/2" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point 1 DESCRIPTION Cutout, Polymer, Universal, 100A, 16kA Asym. 30 2 32203 2204 226 12 6 2513 1131 QTY. 2 S/N 2532 29 9 8 26 25 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Bronze Small Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2"Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 4" Conduit 27 7 Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, CoveredTerminator, 15kV, Cold-Shrink, JCN & CN, 1/0 3 24 297 2707 1 1 1124 281 40 1512 2214 11 10 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, 2/2 - 2/2 (2C2) 2 2537 455 4 Conductor, Cu #2, 1/C, 7-Str, SD, 600V, HMP 12 20 393 Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Guard, Wildlife, Cutout, Polymer 17 16 15 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv. 5/8" 13 14 1132 2217 1 156 18 2928 19 28 Clamp, 2-Bolt, for 1/0 Terminator Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only Washer, Flat, Round Galv. 1/2" Sign, "Caution: Reverse Feed" 1858 283 1394 2719 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U2R U2R 2 2 CM/DK 10/31/17 1300 TWO PHASE PRIMARY RISER REVERSE FEED 1 1/16/19 CM DK1 2 2 2 4 2 1 2 Conductor, Cu 1/C #2, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 14", 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Bracket, Arrester/Cutout Mounting, 1Ø, Fiberglass 18" Notes: 4. Connect concentric neutrals to arrester ground using #4 Cu, Red. 5. Make arrester ground terminal-to-concentric neutral jumper as short as possible. Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run, #6-#1 Tap 1 413 ITEM NO. Rev. 1 - Moved arrester to middle of bracket, added cutout direction not e, and updated materials. DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NN1 ITEM NO. Pothead Pothead Connection Detail 21 11 #2 Cu Str WP to System Neutral #4 Cu Red to Lightning Arrester Ground 22 To Cutout 10 17 Train concentric away from mounting bracket U2R Additional Material Conductor, Cu 1/C #4, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW 2 58 Arrester, Surge, 9kV, MOV, Riser Pole 22 20 21 2 2583 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester 24 14 2512 23 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NLA2(2) ITEM NO. Connector, Compression Lug, #4, Cu/Al, One-Hole, Tin-Plated, For Arreste r 4 2548 4 283 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only 24 1'-0" 2'-0"Min. 28 Existing Conductor 27 1 18 6 9 20 11 26 12 13 14 16 15 21 6" 10 17 7 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U3 U3 1 2 ELM 1/31/80 1300 THREE PHASE PRIMARY RISER 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 12/14/09 KJP 5 10/31/17 CM DK 6 1/16/19 CM DK 8'-0" 8'-0" Approx. 5'-0" Approx. 2'-0" Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU when riser iscompleted. Note 1 Note 2 11 Neutral 22 19 Rev. 6 - Corrected drawing and material issue. 21 2 25 Note 3 21 Notes: 1. Engineer to call for Ø tag: AØ - S/N 1280 BØ - S/N 1281 CØ - S/N 1282 2. Engineer to call for stirrup: #6Sol to #2Str Cu - S/N 2338 #6ACSR to 2/0ACSR - S/N 2339 1/0ACSR to 477AAC - S/N 2340 336ACSR to 954AAC - S/N 2341 3. Engineer to call for connector based on neutral size. 8 3 4 5 Locate the conduit onthe pole away from the approaching traffic. All conduit above ground and 1 foot below is Schedule 80 PVC. Ø 23 22 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U3 U3 2 2 ELM 1/31/80 1300 THREE PHASE PRIMARY RISER 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 12/14/09 KJP 5 10/31/17 CM DK 6 1/16/19 CM DK Rev. 6 - Corrected drawing and material issue. ITEM NO. U3 5 6 4 2 3 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only End Bell, 4", Sch 40 Conduit, PVC, 4" x 10', Sch 80 Bracket, Standoff Riser, 10 1/2" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point 1 Cutout, Polymer, Universal, 100A, 16kA Asym. 30 1 32203 2204 226 3 6 283 1131 3 2532 28 9 8 25 24 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8" Bronze Small Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 4" Conduit 26 7 Cond, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered Terminator, 15kV, Cold-Shrink, JCN & CN, 1/0 3 24 297 2707 1 1 1124 281 40 1512 3 2214 11 10 Bracket, Arrester/Cutout Mounting, 3Ø Fiberglass 18" 1 2538 455 3 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/2 - 2/2 (2C2) Conductor, Cu #2, 1/C, 7-Str, SD, 600V, HMP 12 30 393 Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 14 Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 12", 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile 13 1 1392 1 155 Washer, Lock Spring, Double Coil, Galv. 5/8" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Washer, Flat, Round, Galv., 1/2" 15 16 17 1 1 1 2217 1394 1132 18 3 2928 Conductor, Cu 1/C #2, 7 STR, 600V, Red 9 2513 Guard, Wildlife, Cutout, Polymer 4 1 1 1392 2513 27 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run, #6-#1 Tap 1 413 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N ITEM NO. N1 Pothead Pothead Connection Detail 20 11 #2 Cu Str WP to System Neutral #4 Cu Red to Lightning Arrester Ground 21 To Cutout 10 Notes: 4. Connect concentric neutrals to arrester ground using #4 Cu, Red. 5. Make arrester ground terminal-to-concentric neutral jumper as short as possible. Conductor, Cu 1/C #4, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW 3 58 Arrester, Surge, 9kV, MOV, Riser Pole 21 19 20 3 2583 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester 23 21 2512 22 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NLA2(3) ITEM NO. Connector, Compression Lug, #4, Cu/Al, One-Hole, Tin-Plated, For Arreste r 6 2548 6 283 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only Additional Material 1'-0" 2'-0"Min. 6 8 3 4 30 27 26 28 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U3R U3R 1 2 CM/DK 10/31/17 1300 THREE PHASE PRIMARY RISER REVERSE FEED 1 1/16/19 CM DK Existing Conductor 8'-0" 8'-0" Neutral 9 14 13 12 19 CAUTION:REVERSE FEED 1'-0" 20 Approx. 5'-0" Approx.2'-0" 2 Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU when riser iscompleted. Note 1 Notes: 1. Engineer to call for Ø tag: AØ - S/N 1280 BØ - S/N 1281 CØ - S/N 1282 2. Engineer to call for stirrup: #6Sol to #2Str Cu - S/N 2338 #6ACSR to 2/0ACSR - S/N 2339 1/0ACSR to 477AAC - S/N 2340 336ACSR to 954AAC - S/N 2341 3. Engineer to call for connector based on neutral size. Note 2 18 5 Locate conduit so itdoes not interferewith the neutral guy. All conduit above ground and 1 foot below is Schedule 80 PVC. 10 Ø 161 7 17 23 25 11 24 21 24 Rev. 1 - Moved arrester to middle of bracket, added cutout direction not e, and updated materials. 22 15 24 21 24 25 Angle cutouts away from pole Note 3 28 6" 6" Train concentric away from mounting bracket 2 18 5 6 4 2 3End Bell, 4", Sch 40 Conduit, PVC, 4" x 10', Sch 80 Bracket, Standoff Riser, 10 1/2" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point 1 DESCRIPTION Cutout, Polymer, Universal, 100A, 16kA Asym. 2203 226 2513 1131 QTY.3 S/N 30 9 8 27 26 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Bronze Small Bracket, Arrester/Cutout Mounting, 3Ø, Fiberglass 18" Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 4" Conduit 28 7 Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered Terminator, 15kV, Cold-Shrink, JCN & CN, 1/0 24 1 1124 40 11 10 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, 2/2 - 2/2 (2C2) Conductor, Cu #2, 1/C, 7-Str, SD, 600V, HMP 12 Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Guard, Wildlife, Cutout, Polymer 17 16 15 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv. 5/8" Washer, Curved, Square, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole 13 14 18 N1 19 20Clamp, 2-Bolt, for 1/0 Terminator Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only Washer, Flat, Round Galv. 1/2" Sign, "Caution: Reverse Feed" DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U3R U3R 2 2 CM/DK 10/31/17 1300 THREE PHASE PRIMARY RISER REVERSE FEED 1 1/16/19 CM DK Conductor, Cu 1/C #2, 7 Str, 600V, Red, THW Bolt, Machine 5/8" x 12", 12,400 lbs. Ultimate Tensile Notes: 4. Connect concentric neutrals to arrester ground using #4 Cu, Red. 5. Make arrester ground terminal-to-concentric neutral jumper as short as possible. 2532 18 6 3 30 1 2204 3 2214 1512 1 281 3 297 2707 1 2538 5 455 30 393 1 155 1 1392 1 2217 1 1132 3 2928 3 1858 6 283 1 1394 29 1 2719 Connector, Cabelok, Al/Cu, #2-2/0 Run, #6-#1 Tap 1 413 ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N ITEM NO. Rev. 1 - Moved arrester to middle of bracket, added cutout direction not e, and updated materials. U3R Additional Material Pothead Pothead Connection Detail 22 11 #2 Cu Str WP to System Neutral #4 Cu Red to Lightning Arrester Ground 23 To Cutout 10 18 Train concentric away from mounting bracket Conductor, Cu 1/C #4, 7-Str, 600V, Red, THW 3 58 Arrester, Surge, 9kV, MOV, Riser Pole 23 21 22 3 2583 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester 25 21 2512 24 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NLA2(3) Connector, Compression Lug, #4, Cu/Al, One-Hole, Tin-Plated, For Arreste r 6 2548 6 283 Clamp, Hotline, GP 1520, #8 to 2/0 Str, Cu Only ITEM NO. 1 4 Note: Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU when riser is completed 2'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U83,U84 U83 1 2 KJP 12/29/04 1300 SECONDARY OVERHEAD TO UNDERGROUND RISER ASSEMBLY 1 5/30/07 LB AH 2 6/8/18 KJP System Neutral Rev 2: Material corrections. Schedule 40 3" Conduit 3" x 90° - 24" Radius Elbows 6 8'-0" Space Equally 3 5 Schedule 80 2 4"-6" 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U83,U84 U83 2 2 KJP 12/29/04 1300 SECONDARY OVERHEAD TO UNDERGROUND RISER ASSEMBLY 1 5/30/07 LB AH 2 6/8/18 KJP DESCRIPTION Conduit, PVC, 3" x 10', Sch 80 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 3" Conduit 2 3 1 4 Bracket, Standoff Riser 10 1/2" Screw, Lag 1/2" X 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point 5 2313 296 2317 U83 S/N QTY. 1 3 3 6 226 1131 Elbow, PVC, 3", 90°, 24" Radius, Sch 40 6 2574 1 DESCRIPTION Elbow, PVC, 4", 90°, 24" Radius, Sch 40 Bracket, Standoff Riser 10 1/2" Screw, Lag 1/2" X 3", Fetter Drive, Drive Point End Bell, 4", Sch 40 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 4" Conduit Conduit, PVC, 4" x 10', Sch 80 6 5 4 3 1 2 1536 1131 297 2203 1 6 3 226 S/N 2204 QTY. 3 1 U84 30 30 Rev 2: Material corrections. End Bell, 3", Sch 40 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 1 4 Note: Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU when riser is completed 2'-10" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U8P U8P 1 2 1/80 1300 SECONDARY OVERHEAD TO UNDERGROUND RISER ASSEMBLY W/ SECONDARY PEDESTAL 1 4/26/04 LB AH 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 12/14/09 KJP 4 10/6/14 KJP System Neutral Rev 4: Material corrections. Schedule 40 [ƒ5DGLXV(OERZV [ƒ5DGLXV(OERZV 6 8'-0" Space Equally 3 5 Groundline 2 4"-6" 6" Pedestal 1'-2" 5" 7 1 5 Note : Direction of the pedestal will be determined by the CPU Engineer. Note 1 DESCRIPTION Conduit, PVC, Sch 80, 3" x 10' Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 3" 2 3 1 4 Bracket, Standoff Riser 10-1/2" U.G. Screw, Lag 1/2" X 3" 5 2313 296 2317 U8P S/N QTY. 2 3 3 6 226 1131 (OERZ39&ƒ5DGLXV6FK6WUDLJKW 6 2562 1 30 End Bell, 3", Sch. 40 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U8P U8P 2 2 1/80 1300 SECONDARY OVERHEAD TO UNDERGROUND RISER ASSEMBLY W/ SECONDARY PEDESTAL 1 4/26/04 LB AH 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 12/14/09 KJP 4 10/6/14 KJP Rev 4: Material corrections. Connector Pedestal, Secondary, Aboveground W/ Connectors and Covers 350MCM AL Triplex UG Secondary (OERZ39&ƒ5DGLXV6FK 7 8 9 10 362 40 2713 1 1534 1 3 as req* ITEM NO. 10 1 2 " U9 U9A 3 1 2 6" Clamp, Standoff Bracket 2" 1 DESCRIPTION 2 QTY. 295 S/N DESCRIPTION Clamp, Standoff Bracket 2" Bracket, Standoff Riser 10-1/2" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4-1/2" 2 3 1 QTY. 4 2 2 1132 295 226 S/N DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Clamp, Standoff Bracket 4" Clamp, Standoff Bracket 4" Screw, Lag 1/2" x 4-1/2" Bracket, Standoff Riser 10-1/2" 1 3 2 1 QTY. QTY. 2 2 4 2 297 S/N 226 1132 297 S/N U9 U9A U9C U9B DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U9 U9 1 1 2/3/82 1300 RISER BRACKET ASSEMBLY 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 7/15/02 JEH TR 3 12/14/09 KJP Rev 3: Corrected drawing and material list to 10 1/2" standoff riser bracket. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 24" Radius Secondary Conduit 6" Pole Power 24" Trench Depth Groundline DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U10 U10 1 2 8/001300 1Ø PRIMARY (U1) & SECONDARY (U8) RISER GUIDELINES 1 12/29/04 LB AH 2 1/16/19 KJP3" 2" Temporary bracket to be removed by CPU once riser is completed. Coil 30' of secondary or 40' of primary cable at base of pole for future CPU connection. Pole heights will vary. Check with CPU planner or engineer for exact wire length. 36" Radius Primary Conduit 46"-48" Trench Depth Rev. 2 - Change title for clarity, corrected secondary trench, and corre cted Note 2. Put bell end here STANDOFF BRACKET PLACEMENT "Belly Button" OH OH XFMR Street AlternateBracket Positions Power Pole 1Ø Street Alternate Bracket Positions XFMR OH 3Ø Power Pole OH XFMR XFMR DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of U10 U10 2 2 8/001300 1Ø PRIMARY (U1) & SECONDARY (U8) RISER GUIDELINES 1 12/29/04 LB AH 2 1/16/19 KJP Standard Bracket Positions Standard Bracket Positions 1) Basic Rule: On poles without anchors or existing clean poles, 1Ø primary and secondary riser brackets should be installed on the "belly button" side of the pole. Typically, a transformer would also be installed on the "belly button" side above the 1Ø primary or secondary riser. 2) On poles with an existing transformer or transformer bank, the bracket s hould be installed under the transformer or center transformer on a bank with the alternative position being 45°-90° away from street side. If the existing transformer is located on the opposite side of the "belly button," place the bracket under the transformer. 3) Standoffs are typically not installed under guy wires no matter where th e "belly button" is located. 4) Standoffs and risers should be placed to avoid conflict with overhead co mmunication wires and guy wires. 5) For poles with an existing riser, use the brackets that are installed to maintain climbing space. Rev. 2 - Change title for clarity, corrected secondary trench, and corre cted Note 2. "Belly Button" SPLICE GROUNDING DEVICE DEVICE GROUNDING * * 1206 S/N SPLICE, KIT S 15KV UG 2 AWG MATERIAL DESCRIPTION UB20 ITEM * NOTE: CONST SPEC. NO. UB20 & UB21 INCLUDE CONNECTOR, CRIMPET YC4C4 * NOTE: CONST SPEC. NO. UB22 & UB23 INCLUDE CONNECTOR, CRIMPET YC4C4 MATERIAL DESCRIPTION DEVICE, GROUNDING, 1000 MCM (FOR TAPE SHIELD ONLY) SPLICE, KIT S 15KV UG 1000 MCM ITEM UB22 UB23 608 1210 S/N UB23 TERMINATOR, OUTDOOR ITEM UB22 2214 1305 S/N MOLDED RUBBER, #2, 200A MOLDED RUBBER, 1/0, 200A TERMINATOR, OUTDOOR MATERIAL DESCRIPTION ITEM S/N UB26 TERMINATOR, OUTDOOR BUTYL, 1000 MCM, 600A 2225 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UB20-UB26 UB20-UB26 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1300 UNDERGROUND PRIMARY BASIC UNITS 0 REDRAWN IN CAD 0 6/14/02 MATERIAL DESCRIPTION SIN MATERIAL LIST DESCRIPTION ITEM QTY. DESCRIPTION MATERIAL LIST SIN UCA4 QTY. ITEM UCA3 SIN MATERIAL LIST DESCRIPTION ITEM QTY. SIN UCA1,UCA2 DESCRIPTION MATERIAL LIST QTY. ITEM TERMINATOR, ELBOW L.B. 1/0 220MIL ONLY 1 1 2186 BUSHING, STANDOFF INSUL, 200A 252 TERMINATOR, ELBOW L.B. 1/0 OR 2AL EXCEPT 1/0 220MIL ONLY 1312 1 UCA1 UCA2 UCA3 CAP, PROTECTIVE GRD. 200A 1 265 UCA4 UCA5,UCA6 MODULE 4 POSITION W/ BRACKET MODULE 4 POSITION W/O BRACKET 900 901 UCA5 UCA6 1 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UCA1-UCA6 UCA1 1 1 9/94 1300 UNDERGROUND PRIMARY CABLE ACCESSORIES 200A 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA CRADLE BOTH REEL FLANGES BETWEEN FORKS. REELS CAN BE HOISTED WITH A SHAFT EXTENDING THROUGH BOTH FLANGES. LOWER REELS FROM TRUCK USING HYDRAULIC GATE, HOIST OR FORK LIFT. (LOWER CAREFULLY) ALWAYS LOAD WITH FLANGES ON EDGE AND CHOCK AND BLOCK SECURELY. DO NOT LIFT BY TOP FLANGE. CABLE OR REEL WILL BE DAMAGED. RECEIVE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION FOR ARRIVE DAMAGED. REFUSE OR UPENDED HEAVY REELS WILL OFTEN DO NOT UPEND REELS CABLE SURFACE OR REEL WRAP. NEVER ALLOW FORKS TO TOUCH HIDDEN DAMAGE. HOW TO HANDLE CABLE REELS YES NO DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UCH-0 UCH-0 1 2 9/94 1300 UNDERGROUND CABLE REEL HANDLING 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA GRAVEL PLANKS CONCRETE D N E P T O U N O D NO YES REELS CABLE HANDLE HOW TO REELS GOING TO JOBS SHALL ALWAYS BE MOUNTED ON A HORIZONTAL AXLE. THIS SIGN APPLIES FOR ANY REEL HANDLING. NOT JUST FACTORY DELIVERY. ALWAYS STORE REELS ON A HARD SURFACE. NEVER REMOVE CABLE FROM A REEL THIS WAY. IT WILL KINK. NEVER DROP A CABLE REEL FROM ANY HEIGHT WITH EVEN A SMALL AMOUNT OF CABLE ON THE REEL. CABLE FROM A REEL. NEVER USE A SWIVEL TO REMOVE DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UCH-0 UCH-0 2 2 9/94 1300 UNDERGROUND CABLE REEL HANDLING 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA MOVEMENT, STORAGE, AND HANDLING OF CABLE MOVEMENT OF REELS OF CABLE 1. REELS OF CABLE MUST NOT BE DROPPED FROM ANY HEIGHT, PARTICULARLY FROM TRUCKS OR OTHER TRANSPORTING EQUIPMENT. 2. LIFT REELS USING FOLLOWING METHODS: A) CRANE OR BOOM TYPE EQUIPMENT--INSERT SHAFT (HEAVY ROD OR PIPE) THROUGH REEL HUBS AND LIFT WITH SLINGS ON SHAFT, PREFERABLY UTILIZING SPREADER OR YOKE TO REDUCE OR AVOID SLING PRESSURE AGAINST REEL HEAD. B) FORK LIFT TYPE OF EQUIPMENT MAY BE USED TO MOVE SMALLER, NARROWER WIDTH REELS. FORK TINES SHALL BE PLACED SO THAT LIFT PRESSURE IS ON REEL HEADS, NOT ON CABLE, AND MUST REACH ALL THE WAY ACROSS REELS SO LIFT IS AGAINST BOTH REEL HEADS. 3. REELS MAY BE MOVED SHORT DISTANCES BY ROLLING. REELS SHOULD BE ROLLED IN THE DIRECTION INDICATED BY ARROWS PAINTED ON REEL HEADS. SURFACES OVER WHICH THE REELS ARE TO BE ROLLED SHALL BE FIRM, CLEAR OF DEBRIS, AND ALSO CLEAR OF PROTRUDING STONES, HUMPS, ETC. WHICH MIGHT DAMAGE THE CABLE IF THE REEL STRADDLED THEM. STORAGE OF REELS OF CABLE 1. CABLE ENDS ARE SEALED PRIOR TO SHIPMENT, IF FACTORY SEALS ARE CUT OFF, NEW SEALS MUST BE APPLIED TO PREVENT MOISTURE ENTRY INTO CABLE. 2. WHENEVER POSSIBLE, THE FACTORY APPLIED PROTECTIVE COVER SHOULD BE LEFT IN PLACE UNTIL REMOVAL IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY. ADDITIONAL COVERING SUCH AS TARPAULIN, PLASTIC SHEETING, ETC., MAY BE USED IF CABLE IS TO BE STORED FOR LONG PERIODS OUTDOORS OR IN EXCESSIVELY DIRTY, DUSTY AREAS. 3. STORE REELS OF CABLE ON A FIRM SURFACE, PAVED IF POSSIBLE, OR ON PLANKING TO PREVENT SETTLING INTO SOFT GROUND. 4. THE STORAGE AREAS SHALL HAVE GOOD DRAINAGE. 5. USE FENCING OR OTHER BARRIERS TO PROTECT CABLES AND REELS AGAINST DAMAGE BY VEHICLES OR OTHER EQUIPMENT MOVING ABOUT IN THE STORAGE AREA. 6. NEVER STORE REELS ON END. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UCH-1 UCH-1 1 2 9/94 1300 UNDERGROUND CABLE HANDLING & STORAGE 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA HANDLING DURING INSTALLATION 1. COLD WEATHER HANDLING AND PULLING-IN CABLE CAN BE MORE DIFFICULT, DEPENDING ON THE CABLE CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION LOCATION. COLD-INDUCED STIFFNESS OF CABLE MUST BE CONSIDERED ALONG WITH RADIUS AND NUMBER OF BENDS IN THE PROPOSED INSTALLATION RUN. IN GENERAL MOST CABLES CAN BE SAFELY HANDLED WITHOUT DAMAGE IF NOT 68%-(&7('727(03(5$785(/2:(57+$1ƒ) ƒ& ,17+(+285 PERIOD PRECEDING PULLING AND BENDING. IF IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT STORE TEMPERATURES WILL BE BELOW THIS LEVEL DURING THE 24 HOUR PRE- PULL PERIOD, ARRANGEMENTS SHOULD BE MADE TO MOVE THE REEL, AVOIDING IMPACT, TO A WARMER AREA. IF NO INDOOR WARMING AREA IS AVAILABLE, A PLASTIC SHEETING-COVERED SHELTER MAY BE CONSTRUCTED AND HEATED. THE REEL SHOULD BE HELD IN THE WARM STORAGE AREA AT A TEMPERATURE 2)$7/($67ƒ) ƒ& )25+285672(1685(727$/:$5083$33/< PULLING EYES OR GRIPS WHILE CABLE IS IN THE WARMING AREA, PRIOR TO MOVEMENT OUTDOORS OR UNCOVERING. 2. FACTORY APPLIED SEALS ON CABLE ENDS MAY BE DISRUPTED DURING THE PULLING OPERATIONS AND, THEREFORE, SHOULD BE CHECKED AND REPLACED IF THE CABLES ARE NOT GOING TO BE SPLICED OR TERMINATED RIGHT AFTER PULL-IN. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT FOR UNDERGROUND RUNS WHERE CABLE ENDS MAY BE LEFT IN ENCLOSURES WHICH ARE SUBJECT TO FLOODING. 3. THE CABLES SHOULD BE LAID INTO THE TRENCH BEING CAREFUL NOT TO TWIST OR KINK THEM. CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN NOT TO ABRADE OR IMPACT THE CABLE SURFACE AS IT LEAVES THE PAY-OFF EQUIPMENT AND ENTERS THE TRENCH. OVER-BENDING THE CABLE TO A POINT LESS THAN THE RECOMMENDED MINIMUM BENDING RADIUS ALSO SHALL BE AVOIDED. CABLES CAN BECOME EASILY OVER-BENT AT GUIDE POINTS SUCH AS SMALL SHEAVES OR ROLLERS LOCATED ON THE CABLE LAYING EQUIPMENT. AFTER LAYING THE CABLES INTO THE TRENCH, THEY SHOULD BE COVERED WITH A LAYER OF SELECTED BACKFILL TO A LEVEL OF APPROXIMATELY THREE TO FOUR INCHES ABOVE THE CABLES' SURFACES. "SELECTED BACKFILL" IS DEFINED AS EITHER THERMAL SAND OR SAND-CLAY-GRAVEL MIXTURE CONTAINING SOME SMALL STONES NO GREATER IN SIZE THAN ONE-QUARTER TO ONE-HALF INCH ACROSS AT THEIR LARGEST DIMENSION. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UCH-1 UCH-1 2 2 9/94 1300 UNDERGROUND CABLE HANDLING & STORAGE 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA FOLLOWING ARE THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ANY CABLE PULL: REV 1 - CORRECTIONS MARKED WITH A . DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UCP1 UCP-1 1 2 9/94 1300 UNDERGROUND CABLE PULLING REQUIREMENTS 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 12/29/04 LB AH 1. THE ENTIRE CONDUIT LENGTH INCLUDING BENDS AND RISERS SHALL BE CLEAN $1'60227+7+(727$/180%(52)$1*/(66+$//127(;&(('ƒ WITHOUT PRIOR CPU ENGINEERING APPROVAL. 2. THE ENTIRE CONDUIT LENGTH INCLUDING BENDS AND RISERS SHALL BE SECURED IN THE FINAL LOCATION WITH ALL ACCESSORIES FIRMLY ATTACHED. 3. A PULLING TENSION CALCULATION SHALL BE COMPLETED TO ASSURE THAT MAXIMUM TENSION LIMITS WILL NOT BE EXCEEDED. SEE TABLE 1 FOR LIMITS. 4. SUFFICIENT APPROVED CABLE LUBRICANT SHALL BE USED AT THE START OF THE PULL. 5. THE CABLE SHALL NEVER BE BENT TO A RADIUS LESS THAN 12 TIMES THE CABLE DIAMETER. ALL SHEAVES SHALL HAVE A GROOVE DIAMETER OF NOT LESS THAN 24 TIMES THE CABLE DIAMETER. 6. NEVER ALLOW CABLE TENSION AT THE CABLE REELS. THE REELS SHALL BE TURNED BY HAND OR BY A POWER DEVICE SO THAT THE CABLE IS SLACK GOING INTO THE CONDUIT ENTRANCE. 7. LUBRICANT SHALL BE APPLIED TO THE CONDUIT BEFORE THE CABLE ENTERS THE CONDUIT. IT MAY BE POURED IN OR A PLASTIC BAG OF LUBRICANT MAY BE ATTACHED TO THE PULLING LINE AHEAD OF THE CABLE. 8. ALL CABLE ENDS SHALL BE SEALED TO PREVENT THE ENTRY OF MOISTURE OR DIRT. 9. FOR 1000 MCM CABLE, THE PULLING LINE SHALL BE 2500 LB, SEQUENTIALLY- NUMBERED, CONTINUOUS MULE TAPE. 10. CABLE ATTACHMENT MAY BE WITH KELLEMS (CABLE OR BASKET) GRIP OR CONDUCTOR (PULLING EYE) GRIP WHICHEVER THE PULLING TENSION CALCULATION DICTATES. 11. ALL CONDUIT ENTRANCES AND EXITS SHALL HAVE PROTECTIVE BUSHINGS IN PLACE THAT WILL ASSURE THAT CABLE DAMAGE DOES NOT OCCUR DURING THE PULL. AT RISER LOCATIONS, DO NOT GLUE PROTECTIVE BUSHING TO CONDUIT. 12. CABLE PULLING SPEED SHALL NOT EXCEED 50 FEET PER MINUTE. 13. ALL CABLE ENDS SHALL BE EITHER TERMINATED OR SEALED IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE PULL. NO CABLE ENDS SHALL BE LEFT EXPOSED OVER NIGHT OR DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER. TABLE 1 CABLE PULLING LINE TENSION LIMITS GRIP TENSION (POUNDS) CABLE TENSION (POUNDS) 1 - 1/0 PRIMARY 845 845 2 - 1/0 PRIMARY 845 845 3 - 1/0 PRIMARY 1690 1690 1 - 1000 MCM PRIMARY 1000 5000 2 - 1000 MCM PRIMARY 1000 3 - 1000 MCM PRIMARY 2000 4/0 - 4/0 - 2/0 SEC. 3000 4450 350 - 350 - 4/0 SEC. 3000 1A: P = T o r (TWO OR THREE SINGLE CABLES (ONE SINGLE CABLE) r o T EQ 1: P = - CRADLE CONFIGURATION) 3 (3c - 2) c 2r (TRIANGULAR CONFIGURATION) o T 1B: P = 4 3 2 D - d d WHERE c = 1 + WHERE c = d D - d 2 1 - 1 P = SIDEWALL PRESSURE, LBS PER FOOT OF RADIUS T = TENSION (LEAVING THE BEND), POUNDS c = WEIGHT CORRECTION FACTOR (EQ. 7 AND 8) r = INSIDE RADIUS OF CONDUIT IN FEET d = CABLE O.D. IN INCHES D = CONDUIT I.D. IN INCHES o KELLEMS GRIP IS OVER THE CABLE JACKET. ALSO CALLED "CABLE GRIP" OR "BASKET GRIP." KELLEMS (BASKET) CONDUCTOR (PULLING EYE) GRIP REV 1: CORRECTIONS MARKED WITH A . DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UCP1 UCP-1 2 2 9/94 1300 UNDERGROUND CABLE PULLING REQUIREMENTS 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 12/29/04 LB AH 14. IT SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DESIGNER TO AVOID UNFAVORABLE SIDEWALL PRESSURES. THE SIDEWALL PRESSURES SHALL BE CALCULATED USING THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS: (A.) THE SIDEWALL PRESSURE (P) IN GENERAL IS DEFINED AS THE TENSION OUT OF A BEND EXPRESSED IN POUNDS DIVIDED BY THE INSIDE RADIUS OF THE BEND EXPRESSED IN FEET. EQUATIONS 1A AND 1B ARE FOR THE "WORST CASE" CABLE. THE MAXIMUM SIDEWALL PRESSURE SHALL NOT EXCEED 500 LB/FT FOR 1 CABLE OR 1000 LB/FT FOR 2 OR 3 CABLES. 5000 5000 5000 NOTE: 5000 LB LIMIT DUE TO EQUIPMENT LIMITS. TRAINED AS SHOWN SO THAT THE FAULT INDICATOR WILL FIT. 2. THE FAULT INDICATOR SHALL BE INSTALLED AS SHOWN. NEUTRAL WIRES MUST BE RUBBER COMPONENTS. 1. INDIVIDUALLY PACKAGED INSTRUCTIONS COME WITH EACH OF THE THREE MOULDED NOTES: 1 3 2 ELBOW SEAL JACKET TYPICAL ASSEMBLY Rev 3: Added Current-Reset fault indicator to title and made "Reference Only." DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UEP2 UEP2 1 1 9/94 1300 PRIMARY ELBOW ASSEMBLY 200A WITH CURRENT-RESET FAULT INDICATOR 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 8/2/05 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 MIL Kit, Cable Sealing, 15KV, 200A )DXOW,QGLFDWRU&XUUHQWUHVHW$‘8* 2 3 1 DESCRIPTION 2391 1 1 2581 UEP2 QTY. 1 S/N 1312 FOR REFERENCE ONLY OLD INSTALLATIONS WITHOUT VOLTAGE-TEST POINT NEW INSTALLATIONS HAVE VOLTAGE-TEST POINT ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UEP3 UEP3 1 1 CM/AH 4/29/09 1300 PRIMARY ELBOW ASSEMBLY 200A WITH VOLTAGE-RESET FAULT INDICATOR 1 11/19/20 CM GM Elbow, 200A, LB, 1/0, 175 & 220 mil, Test Point, 15 kV, Integrated Jacket Seal Fault Indicator, Voltage-reset, 400A Trip, 1Ø UG 2 1 DESCRIPTION 1 2694 UEP3 QTY. 1 S/N 1312 ITEM NO. 1 2 Rev. 1 - Changed to elbow with integrated jacket seal. Remove cap For Elastimold elbows, insert O-ring into fault indicator before installing on test point Ensure jacket seal is pulled down to seal concentric neutral Note: Follow manufacturer's cutbacks and use template provided. Do NOT use a metal tape measure. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UFI UFI 1 2 10/94 1300 UNDERGROUND FAULT INDICATORS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH 92/7$*(5(6(7)$8/7,1',&$725$75,3‘8* DESCRIPTION 1 2694 S/N UFIV400 QTY. 1 1 QTY. UFIV800 S/N 2695 1 DESCRIPTION 92/7$*(5(6(7)$8/7,1',&$725$75,3‘8*6:* S/N# 2694 - VOLTAGE-RESET FLAG INDICATION USE: ‘$1'‘3$'02817 TRANSFORMERS AND J-BOXES (1/0 CABLE) TRIP CURRENT: 400A RESET VOLTAGE AND TIME: 5KV (UP TO 4 MIN.) SEE : UT21-UT22, UT24-UT28, UT30-UT32, UJ1, UJ3, AND UJM S/N# 2695 - VOLTAGE-RESET FLAG AND BLINKING LIGHT INDICATION USE: SWITCHGEAR (1000 MCM CABLE) TRIP CURRENT: 800A RESET VOLTAGE AND TIME: 5KV (UP TO 4 MIN.) REPLACEABLE BATTERY FOR FLASHING LIGHT SEE: USG1 REV 3 - ADDED VOLTAGE-RESET FAULT INDICATORS AND CHANGED FROM "UFI1" TO "UFI" F INDICATOR LINAM $‘ &‘ %‘ FAULT $‘ %‘ &‘ Note: Elastimold elbows (used for Cable Cure) need the ring adapter provided with the fault indicator. Note: Elastimold elbows (used for Cable Cure) need the ring adapter provided with the fault indicator. NO. ITEM NO. ITEM INDICATOR LINAM FAULT %‘ $‘ &‘ $‘ %‘ &‘ LINAM F FAULT INDICATOR REV 3 - ADDED VOLTAGE-RESET FAULT INDICATORS AND CHANGED FROM "UFI1" TO "UFI" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UFI UFI 2 2 10/94 1300 UNDERGROUND FAULT INDICATORS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH ,1',&$725)$8/7&855(175(6(7$‘8* DESCRIPTION NO. 1 ITEM 2581 S/N UFIA400 QTY. 1 1 QTY. UFIA800 S/N 2463 1 DESCRIPTION ,1',&$725)$8/7&855(175(6(7$‘ S/N# 2581 - CURRENT RESET-FLAG INDICATION USE: ‘$1'‘3$'02817 TRANSFORMERS AND J-BOXES (1/0 CABLE) TRIP CURRENT: 400A RESET CURRENT AND TIME: 1.5A (40 SEC) SEE: UT21-UT22, UT24-UT28, UT30-UT32, UJ1, UJ3, AND UJM S/N# 2463 - CURRENT RESET-FLAG AND FLASHING LIGHT INDICATION USE: SWITCHGEAR (1000 MCM CABLE) TRIP CURRENT: 800A RESET CURRENT AND TIME: 3A (25 SEC) REPLACEABLE BATTERY FOR FLASHING LIGHT SEE: USG1 NOTE: ONLY USE ON ELBOWS WITHOUT A VOLTAGE TEST POINT NOTE: ONLY USE ON ELBOWS WITHOUT A VOLTAGE TEST POINT NO. ITEM FAULT INDICATOR JACKETED NOTES DRAIN WIRE ELBOW REV 2 - CHANGED TO CURRENT-RESET FAULT INDICATOR REV 1 - REFLECT JACKETED CABLE - REVISIONS ARE MARKED WITH STAR 3" INDICATOR FAULT F LINAM DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UFI2 UFI 1 1 10/94 1300 UNDERGROUND CABLE CURRENT-RESET FAULT INDICATOR INSTALLATION 1 REVISIONS MARKED WITH STAR 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 9/23/04 LB AH TWIST CONCENTRIC TIGHTLY (EQUAL TO #2 WIRE) 1. GRAY CLAMP OF FAULT INDICATOR MUST BE ABOVE CONCENTRIC NEUTRAL. IF NOT, INDICATOR WILL NOT WORK. 2. NEUTRALS MUST BE FORMED AS SHOWN SO THAT INDICATOR WILL FIT. CABLES THESE TAGS ARE FOR URD PRIMARY AND SECONDARY CABLES. TAG ALL CABLES ØA POLE XFMR J-BOX SWITCH EE 1 2 3 4 5 W E SN PRIMARY 4 3 2 5 1 In transformer or pedestal to streetlight. In secondary pedestal to house. XFMR1 S W E N 2 3 5 4 In secondary pedestal from transformer or pole. HOUSE # TRANSFORMER OR POLE # TO TRANSFORMER OR POLEDIRECTION In transformer to secondary pedestal. XING SECONDARY PED 2 1 the street from transformer. Only used when pedestal is across W S E N STLT W S E N * * * DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UID2 UID2 1 1 1/31/801300 UNDERGROUND CONDUCTOR IDENTIFICATION TAGS 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 1/16/19 KJP Rev 3: Added future conduit tags and pole to secondary pedestal. 1 2 3 4 5 W E S N FUTURE CONDUITS (NORMALLY WILL REQUIRE 2 TAG HOLDERS) POLE XFMR J-BOX SWITCH EE 1 5 0 DEVICE # LENGTH OF CONDUIT POLE11/19/20
Section 1400 - UG TransformersN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1400 U NDERGROUND T RANSFORMERS 12/9/2020 ~ F1A Fuse Schedule – P admount Transformers ~ HB16,HB32 Hillside Barrier ~ UID1 Padmounted Equipment Identification Tags & Safety Signs ~ UT2 1 Ø Padmount Transformer Radial Feed ~ UT4 Open Y - Open Δ Padmount Transformer Installation ~ UT21,UT22 1 Ø Padmount Transform er Assemblies, Loop Feed ~ UT24 - UT28 1 Ø Pad Xfmr As sem bly, Radial or Loop w/ Feed - Thru Bushing ~ UT30 - UT32 3 Ø Padmount Transformer Assemblies ~ UTB 1 Ø Padmount Transformer Boxpad (Basement) C UTP1 1 Ø Transformer Pad – 25 to 75kVA C UTP2 1 Ø Transformer Pad – 100k VA C UTP3 1Ø Transformer Pad Orientation & Conduit Installation C UTP4 3 Ø Transformer Pad – 75 to 1500kVA C UTP 5 Precast Pad & Vault for 3 Ø Transformers C UTP6 3Ø Transformer Pad Orientation & Conduit Installation ~ UTP9 Typical Barrier Installation to Protect Padmounted Equipment DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of F1A F1A 1 1 ELM 1/31/80 1400 FUSE SCHEDULE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMERS 1 3/02 DRAWN IN CAD 2 2/11/10 KJP 3 7/10/20 KJP 4 11/30/21 JDK kVA Transformer Stock Number Transformer Primary Protection Minimum Upstream OH Fuse Size *2 BM 240/120 BR 480/120 Bayonet Fuse No S/N Isolation Link *7 Size S/N 25 *1 1317 4000358C05 (8 A) 653 3001861A02 25 A 683 50 1318 2016 4000358C08 (15 A) 654 3001861A03 30 A 684 75 1320 4000358C10 (25 A) 655 3001861A05 65 A 687 100 1322 4000358C10 (25 A) 655 3001861A05 65 A 687 1ø Padmounted Transformers Notes: *1 Fuses for 25 kVA livefront transformers are stocked for maintenance only (RTE 476B1, S/N 1664). *2 Use largest fuse size for applications while considering up/downstream fuses, conductor, and loading. Check with Systems Engineering as needed. *3 Recommended fuse will result in some loss of overload capability. *4 Transformer and upstream protection may miscoordinate, therefore each transformer should ideally be on separate feeders/protection. *5 Fuse will limit overload capability of transformer. *6 The use of these fuses will provide 175% of rated load for 2 hours and 150% of rated load for 7 hours. *7 Equivalent Howard isolation link may be substituted for Eaton isolation link. See transformer specifications for P/N. Rev. 4 - Added note 7 to allow Howard isolation links. Spare fuses are kept in each transformer. It is the responsibility of the person using the spare fuse to replace it. Fuses are in free issue. kVA Transformer Stock Number Transformer Primary Protection Minimum Upstream OH Fuse *2 BL 208/120 BW 480/277 Bayonet Fuse No S/N Isolation Link *7 Size S/N 75 1328 1337 4000358C05 (8 A) 653 3001861A02 25 A 683 150 1329 1338 4000358C08 (15 A) 654 3001861A03 30 A 684 300 1331 1340 4000358C10 (25 A) 655 3001861A05 50 A 686 500 1332 1341 4000358C12 (50 A) 656 3001861A06 100 A 689 750 1333 1342 4000358C12 (50 A) 656 3001861A06 100 A 689 1000 1334 1343 4000358C14 (65 A) *3 657 3001861A07 100 A *4 689 1500 1344 4000353C17 (140 A) 658 3001861A05 100 A *4*5 689 ELSP Fuse *6 2000 2164 4038361C05C (125 A) 2976 CBUC08250D100 See Systems Engineering 2500 1345 4038361C05C (125 A) 2976 CBUC08250D100 3ø Padmounted Transformers PLAN VIEW SIDE VIEW 1 BARRIER, 16" Height DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N SECONDARY PEDESTAL EDGE OF TRANSFORMER FRONT SECONDARY PEDESTAL PAD TRANSFORMER FRONT 2 BARRIER, 32" Height 2461 1 1'-0" 3'-0" Grade minimum 4" 2 1 1'-0" 3'-0" REV 2: Corrected Measurement Behind Pad, and changed title from HB1 to HB16,HB32. 16"or 32" FRONT below barrier DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of HB16,HB32 HB16 1 1 1400 HILLSIDE BARRIER 1 4/26/04 LB AH 2 5/30/07 LB AH 1 2460 QTY. S/N HB16 HB32 ITEM NO. Label for outside of padmounted equipment S/N 2568 Label for inside of padmounted equipment S/N 2569 Rev. 2 - Updated warning and danger signs. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UID1 UID1 1 3 ELM 1/31/80 1400 PADMOUNTED EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION TAGS AND SAFETY SIGNS 0 6/13/02 1 6/23/04 LB AH 2 8/3/18 KJP 25T COMBO3 VIEW WITH LID CLOSED VIEW WITH LID OPEN KVA 1. SINGLE-PHASE PADMOUNTED TRANSFORMERS 2. THREE-PHASE PADMOUNTED TRANSFORMERS VIEW WITH DOOR OPEN PRIMARY SECONDARY 3. OTHER PADMOUNT EQUIPMENT VIEW WITH DOOR CLOSED COMBO SECONDARYCOMPARTMENT 75 120/208 #5078 PRIMARYCOMPARTMENT TCL LC VIEW WITH DOOR OPEN VIEW WITH DOOR CLOSED COMBO COMBO DANGER DANGER DANGER DANGER S/N 2569 S/N 2569 S/N 2568 CO. NUMBER & SEC. VOLTAGE IN 1-1/2" BLACK LETTERS I.E.; 75 FOR 75KVA A. TRANSFORMER RATING IN 1-1/2" YELLOW LETTERS I.E.; 75-T TRANSFORMER HAS TAPS B. ADD SUFFIX "T" WHEN S/N 2569 S/N 2569 S/N 2568 DANGER S/N 2569 #1234 S/N 2568 3 BUSHING TAPS (IF APPLICABLE) Rev. 2 - Updated warning and danger signs. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UID1 UID1 2 3 ELM 1/31/80 1400 PADMOUNTED EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION TAGS AND SAFETY SIGNS 0 6/13/02 1 6/23/04 LB AH 2 8/3/18 KJP 4. SINGLE-PHASE J-BOX J 2345 COMBO DANGER S/N 2568 S/N 2569 4. THREE-PHASE J-BOX B LC CL C A J 2345 COMBO S/N 2568 DANGER S/N 2569 Rev. 2 - Updated warning and danger signs. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UID1 UID1 3 3 ELM 1/31/80 1400 PADMOUNTED EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION TAGS AND SAFETY SIGNS 0 6/13/02 1 6/23/04 LB AH 2 8/3/18 KJP RADIAL FEED UT2 FRONT VIEW OF TRANSFORMER * * - GROUNDING LUG SEE US6 FOR SECONDARY CONNECTIONS DETAILS OUT IN 4" ABOVE CURB OR FINAL GRADE A 2" 3" Ground Lug 8 Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Cap, Protective Insulated, 200A Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 mil Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Pad, Transformer 42" x 42" 5 6 7 4 1 Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 DESCRIPTION 1 842 281 1 1 1 1 376 454 929 1124 1 1 QTY. 265 1312 S/N 9 3 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 MATERIAL LIST Cover, Connector U.G. Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 1-1/2" SS Elbow, Sealing Kit, 1/0, 175 & 220 mil Connector, z-bar #2-500 MCM + Streetlight Washer, 2" x 3" x 3/16" w/ 9/16" Slotted Hole 11 13 12 10 1 3 3 2 2 2391 2266 2265 1415 131 T G 13 12 9 11 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT2 UT2 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1400 SINGLE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER RADIAL FEED 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 11/11/16 KJP LEAVE SLACK IN CONCENTRIC NEUTRALS FOR FUTURE OPERATION. ADD #2 BCSD IF NECESSARY. THIS DRAWING IS TYPICAL. USE ONLY THE COMPONENTS REQUIRED IN THE MATERIAL LISTS. NOTE: INSTALL GROUNDING LUG TO TANK Rev. 4 - Corrected material issue. 10 6 ITEM NO. OPEN DOOR OPEN DOOR 8 9 REMOVE GROUND STRAP (SEE NOTE 1) X3 X1 X2 3 2 GROUND H 1 B H 1 A X3 X1 X2 GRD. LUG A 1 H 1 H B 1 7 10 GRD. LUG 5 6 6 OPEN Y BANK OPEN Y BANK * * 4 5 5 3" 2" 3" 2" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT4 UT4 1 2 9/94 1400 OPEN WYE - OPEN DELTA PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER INSTALLATION 2 9/23/2004 LB AH 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 12/14/09 KJP 5 2/4/2014 CM AH Notes : 1. Remove ground strap from one secondary neutral bushing. Caution : Measure resistance from busing to tank. There may be an internal ground. 2. Ground rods may be driven in trench. 3. Primary and secondary cables may be arranged as required to fit job site. 4. For 2-25kVA only. For other sizes refer to Clark Public Utilities Standards Engineer. 5. See UTP1 for pad specifications. 6. Both phases must come from the same source and direction. 7. Put tags on cables that say "Open Y Bank". 8. Maximum motor size shall be 15 horsepower. LIGHTER POWER Rev 5: Added second ground lug to power pots and "Open Bank" label. * TORQUE TO 20 FT-LBS. MAX. A C B D H 1A H 1B X3 X1 X2 BAY-O-NET FUSE BAY-O-NET FUSE X2 X1 X3 1B H H 1A D B C A A B C N REMOVE GROUND STRAP (SEE NOTE 1) WIRING DIAGRAM 5 6 4 2 3 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Lug, Grounding, #8 Sol-2/0 STR Connector, Crimpet #2 to #4 (2C4) Conductor, #4 Solid, BSDC 1/C Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small 1 DESCRIPTION Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 mil, Test Point 2 3 30 Ft. 454 842 376 2 2 1124 281 QTY. 2 S/N 1312 9 10 8 7 Cap, Insulated, 200A Conductor, Al, 4/0, 600V, U.G., 1/C Cover, Z-Bar Connector, #6-500 Connector, Z-Bar #6-500 5/8" Stud, Al/Cu 5 2 5 2266 265 2265 353 UT4 13 Ft. Rev 5: Added second ground lug to power pots and "Open Bank" label. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT4 UT4 2 2 9/94 1400 OPEN WYE - OPEN DELTA PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER INSTALLATION 2 9/23/2004 LB AH 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 12/14/09 KJP 5 2/4/2014 CM AH 2 2781 11 Label, "Open Bank" 1234 T KVA 1235 T KVA 11 ITEM NO. FRONT VIEW OF TRANSFORMER * THIS DRAWING IS TYPICAL. USE TO TANK NOTE: INSTALL GROUNDING LUG - GROUNDING LUG IN THE MATERIAL LISTS. ONLY THE COMPONENTS REQUIRED * NECESSARY. OPERATION. ADD #2 BSDC IF NEUTRALS FOR FUTURE LEAVE SLACK IN CONCENTRIC SEE US6 FOR SECONDARY CONNECTIONS DETAILS (UT22 SHOWN) OUT IN 1 2 8 7 10 11 6 5 12 13 TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG 16 3 7 10 14 15 3" 2" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT21-UT22 UT21-UT22 1 2 10/98 1400 SINGLE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES LOOP FEED 0 2/22/00 HWH MA 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH F Rev 3: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicator. N.O. LOOP FEED UT21 FUTURE LOOP FEED UT22 FAULT INDICATOR NORMALLY OPEN DESCRIPTION S/N UT22 QTY. Bolt, Unistrut, Padmount Tie Down Pad, Transformer 42" x 42" 11 10 Ground Lug Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 175 mil (Includes Sealing Kit #2391) Cap, Protective Insulated 200A Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* 2 8 9 7 6 5 1 Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) DESCRIPTION 2 1 1 842 929 265 1 12 1 1 1 1 2694 376 454 1124 281 UT21 QTY. 2 S/N 1312 Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Bolt, Unistrut, Padmount Tie Down Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 175 mil (Includes Sealing Kit #2391) Pad, Transformer 42" x 42" Ground Lug 1 Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) 842 1 2 281 1 1 1 1 12 929 1124 376 2 1 1312 2694 252 1 Bushing, Standoff Insulated 200A 3 2 4 5 6 Nut, Spring-Loaded, Galv, 1/2", Unistrut Connector, Z-Bar #6-500 MCM + St. Lt Cover, Connector Z-Bar Washer, 2" x 3" x 3/16" w/ 9/16" Slotted Hole 14 15 13 12 3 3 2 2 2266 2265 1415 920 193 193 2266 920 1415 2265 3 2 2 3 Washer, 2" x 3" x 3/16" w/ 9/16" Slotted Hole Nut, Spring-Loaded, Galv, 1/2", Unistrut Connector, Z-Bar #6-500 MCM + St. Lt Cover, Connector Z-Bar 454 16 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 455 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT21-UT22 UT21-UT22 2 2 10/98 1400 SINGLE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES LOOP FEED 0 2/22/00 HWH MA 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH Rev 3: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicator. 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* 11 10 8 9 7 14 15 13 12 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. RADIAL FEED UT24 N.O. LOOP FEEDS UT25 (2) FUTURE (1) LOOP FEED UT26 FAULT INDICATOR NORMALLY OPEN WEATHERPROOF TAG & COIL COND. (1) FUTURE LOOP FEED UT27 (2) LOOP UT28 SEE US6 FOR SECONDARY CONNECTORS DETAILS NECESSARY. LEAVE SLACK IN CONCENTRIC NEUTRALS FOR FUTURE OPERATION. ADD #2 BCSD IF ONLY THE COMPONENTS REQUIRED IN THE MATERIAL LISTS. NOTE: INSTALL GROUNDING LUG THIS DRAWING IS TYPICAL. USE FRONT VIEW OF TRANSFORMER UT28 OUT * * - GROUNDING LUG TO TANK ELBOW CAN BE INSTALLED TERMINATE CABLES WITH ENOUGH LENGTH SO EACH ON ANY POSITION. * OUT IN 8 8 2 5 6 10 1 7 3 9 TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG 15 7 * 11 17 16 12 13 14 3" 2" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT24-UT28 UT24-UT28 1 4 10/94 1400 SINGLE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES RADIAL OR LOOP FEED WITH FEED-THROUGH BUSHING 1 7/15/02 JEH TR 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 12/29//04 LB AH 4 4/29/09 CM AH F F Rev 4: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicators. Bushing, Standoff Insulated 200A Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Cap, Protective Insulated 200A Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) Insert, Feed-Through Pad, Transformer 42" x 42" Ground Lug 7 11 10 8 9 5 6 4 3 376 6 1 1 842 929 1 237 281 1 1 1124 2 1 265 252 6 Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Ground Lug Pad, Transformer 42" x 42" Insert, Feed-Through Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Elbow, Loadbreak. 1/0, 200A, 175 mil 1 2 11 8 9 10 7 Elbow, Loadbreak. 1/0, 200A, 175 mil 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* Cap, Protective Insulated 200A Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Bushing, Standoff Insulated 200A 1 5 4 2 3 1124 1 DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. 2 1 1312 2694 UT25 1 842 454 1 1 1 237 929 6 376 DESCRIPTION 1312 2 1 2 281 265 1 1 2694 252 UT24 QTY. S/N 13 14 920 2 2 1415 193 2 12 15 16 2266 3 2265 3 16 14 15 13 12 920 1415 2265 2266 3 2 3 2 2 193 Cover, Connector U.G. Connector, Z-Bar #6-500 MCM + St. Lt Washer, 2" X 3" X 3/16" w/ 9/16" slotted hole Nut, Spring-loaded, Galv, 1/2", Unistrut Bolt, Unistrut, Padmount Tie Down Cover, Connector U.G. Connector, Z-Bar #6-500 MCM + St. Lt Washer, 2" X 3" X 3/16" w/ 9/16" slotted hole Nut, Spring-loaded, Galv, 1/2", Unistrut Bolt, Unistrut, Padmount Tie Down 1 454 17 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 455 1 455 1 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 17 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT24-UT28 UT24-UT28 2 4 10/94 1400 SINGLE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES RADIAL OR LOOP FEED WITH FEED-THROUGH BUSHING 1 7/15/02 JEH TR 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 4/29/09 CM AH Rev 4: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicators. 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Ground Lug Pad, Transformer 42" x 42" Insert, Feed-Through 11 10 9 Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 mil Cap, Protective Insulated 200A Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Bushing, Standoff Insulated 200A 4 7 8 6 5 3 2 1 842 1 1 1 929 237 UT27 DESCRIPTION 265 1 6 1 376 454 1 1 1124 281 1 1 252 2694 QTY. 2 S/N 1312 7 11 10 8 9 5 6 4 3 1 2 DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. UT26 13 16 14 15 2 920 3 2266 2 3 1415 2265 193 2 12 Cover, Connector U.G. Connector, Z-Bar #6-500 MCM + St. Lt Washer, 2" X 3" X 3/16" w/ 9/16" slotted hole Nut, Spring-loaded, Galv, 1/2", Unistrut Bolt, Unistrut, Padmount Tie Down Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 mil Bushing, Standoff Insulated 200A Cap, Protective Insulated 200A Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) Insert, Feed-Through Pad, Transformer 42" x 42" Ground Lug Bolt, Unistrut, Padmount Tie Down Nut, Spring-loaded, Galv, 1/2", Unistrut Washer, 2" X 3" X 3/16" w/ 9/16" slotted hole Connector, Z-Bar #6-500 MCM + St. Lt Cover, Connector U.G. 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 2 3 1312 2694 252 265 281 1124 376 237 929 842 193 920 1415 2265 2266 15 14 16 12 13 454 1 455 2 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 17 455 1 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 17 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT24-UT28 UT24-UT28 3 4 10/94 1400 SINGLE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES RADIAL OR LOOP FEED WITH FEED-THROUGH BUSHING 1 7/15/02 JEH TR 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 4/29/09 CM AH Rev 4: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicators. 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* ITEM NO. ITEM NO. UT28 8 9 10 4 7 5 6 1 3 2 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 11 Bushing, Standoff Insulated 200A Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Cap, Protective Insulated 200A 281 1 1 1124 - 1 265 252 Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 mil 3 2 1312 2694 Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) 6 376 Insert, Feed-Through 1 237 Pad, Transformer 42" x 42" 1 929 Ground Lug 1 842 Washer, 2" X 3" X 3/16" w/ 9/16" slotted hole Connector, Z-Bar #6-500 MCM + St. Lt Nut, Spring-loaded, Galv, 1/2", Unistrut Bolt, Unistrut, Padmount Tie Down Cover, Connector U.G. 13 16 14 15 12 2 920 3 2266 2 3 1415 2265 2 193 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 454 1 17 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 455 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT24-UT28 UT24-UT28 4 4 10/94 1400 SINGLE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES RADIAL OR LOOP FEED WITH FEED-THROUGH BUSHING 1 7/15/02 JEH TR 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 4/29/09 CM AH Rev 4: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicators. 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* ITEM NO. RADIAL FEED NORM. OPEN OR FUTURE LOOP FEED LOOP FEED UT30 UT31 UT32 NOTE: SPECIFY I.D. TAGS AS REQUIRED. FRONT VIEW OF TRANSFORMER (UT32 SHOWN) H1B H2B H3B H1A H2A H3A LOAD SOURCE USE #4 BSDC FOR PROTECTIVE CAP GROUNDING. (IN) (OUT) TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG TAG $‘ %‘ &‘ $‘ %‘ &‘ NOTE HOW PET CONNECTORS ARE ORIENTED FOR CLEARANCE 7 10 11 12 6 5 9 1 1 3 8 13 13 3 9 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT30-UT32 UT30 1 3 10/99 1400 THREE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH F F F Rev 3: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicators. RADIAL FEED UT32 UT31 UT30 NOTE: SPECIFY I.D. TAGS AS REQUIRED. FUTURE LOOP FEED LOOP FEED (UT30 SHOWN) CAP GROUNDING. USE #4 BSDC FOR PROTECTIVE FRONT VIEW OF TRANSFORMER NORM. OPEN OR TAG H2A H3A H1A TAG H2B H3B TAG H1B $‘ %‘ &‘ CLEARANCE ORIENTED FOR CONNECTORS ARE NOTE HOW PET 9 8 5 6 7 4 1 12 10 11 (OUT) (IN) SOURCE LOAD 7 8 13 9 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT30-UT32 UT30 2 3 10/99 1400 THREE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH Rev 3: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicators. Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Cap, Protective Insulated, 200A Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) Bolt, Machine, 1/2 x 2" SS w/ Bronze Nut & Belleville Washer Cover, PET, 8 Position 8 12 11 9 10 5 7 6 4 3 4 16 2182 1389 1 4 454 2129 281 1 1 1124 3 265 1 2 DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. 6 3 1312 UT31 Bushing, Standoff Insulated 200A 252 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* 3 2694 Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD 10 376 Ground Lug 2 842 Bolt, Machine, 1/2 x 2" SS w/ Bronze Nut & Belleville Washer Cover, PET, 8 Position Ground Lug Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' 12 11 9 10 8 5 7 6 3 4 16 2182 1389 2 4 1 842 2129 454 1 281 10 1 376 1124 3 2694 Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 mil 1 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 6 1312 UT32 Bolt, Machine, 1/2 x 2" SS w/ Bronze Nut & Belleville Washer 11 Cover, PET, 8 Position 12 Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 mil Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Small Cap, Protective Insulated 200A Conductor, Wire BSDC #4 SLD Connector, Crimpet, #4 to #2 (2C4) Ground Lug Connector, PET, #2-750 Al/Cu, 6 Position 10 9 7 8 6 5 4 1 16 4 2182 1389 4 2 2129 842 10 1 1 376 454 1124 1 3 281 265 3 1312 DESCRIPTION UT30 QTY. S/N Elbow, Loadbreak, 1/0, 200A, 175 mil 13 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 455 2 455 4 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 13 455 4 Connector, Crimpet, #2 to #2 (2C2) 13 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UT30-UT32 UT30 3 3 10/99 1400 THREE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLIES 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH Connector, PET, #2-750 Al/Cu, 6 Position Connector, PET, #2-750 Al/Cu, 6 Position Rev 3: Changed to Voltage-reset fault indicators. 9ROWDJH5HVHW)DXOW,QGLFDWRU$7ULS‘8* ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Front Top View Front %R[3DG‘7UDQVIRUPHU)LEHUJODVV 1 DESCRIPTION 1 2433 QTY. S/N 42" 38" 24" 21" 12" 7" 6" 38" 6" 15" 20" 42" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTB UTB 1 1 KJP 12/29/04 1400 SINGLE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER BOXPAD (BASEMENT) ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTP1 UTP1 1 1 HWH/GW 1/22/80 1400 1Ø TRANSFORMER PAD 25 to 75 kVA 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 12/9/20 CM GM 42" 42" 6" DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NUTP1 ITEM NO. 24" 7.5" 12" 27" Pad, Transformer, 42" x 42", 1Ø, 25-75kVA 1 929 1 Rev. 2 - Changed from plastic pad to polyconcrete, updated note, and added material issue. 3.25" Note: See Std UTP3 - 1Ø Transformer Pad Orientation and Conduit Installation 25-75kVA (page 1) - for installation instructions. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTP2 UTP2 1 1 HWH/GW 1/22/80 1400 1Ø TRANSFORMER PAD 100 kVA 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 12/9/20 CM GM 48"/46" 46"/48" DESCRIPTION QTY. S/NUTP2 ITEM NO. 26.5" 18.5" Pad, Transformer, 48" x 46", 1Ø, 100kVA only 1 930 1 Rev. 2 - Updated drawing, notes, and added material issue. Notes: 1. See Std UTP3 - 1Ø Transformer Pad Orientation and Conduit Installation 100KVA (page 2) - for installation instructions. 2. Armorcast pad is 48" W x 46" L. Quazite pad is 46" W x 48" L. 3.25" SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTP3 UTP3 1 2 HWH/GW 1/22/80 1400 1Ø TRANSFORMER PAD ORIENTATION AND CONDUIT INSTALLATION 25-75 KVA 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 1/26/04 LB AH 2 12/9/20 CM GM Notes: 1Ø PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER CONDUIT ORIENTATION (25-75 KVA) 1. AIC for 25 to 75 kVA transformers is 10,000 A. 2. High and low voltage conduits must be within their designated areas. 3. All conduits shall be in place and approved prior to transformer installation. 4. It shall be the responsibility of the owner or owner's representative to comply with all applicable code requirements. 5. The pad shall be furnished by the customer. 6. The front side must have 10 feet clear access for maintenance. See Std UTPC - Padmount Transformer Clearances. 7. All future conduit ends shall extend past the edge of the pad by 48 inches minimum. 8. Radius of secondary conduit elbow shall be 24 inches. 9. Depth of burial of conduits shall be as shown on Std UA1. 10. The pad shall be located so that no part of the transformer is closer than 10 feet to a combustible surface, windows or doors, or 3 feet to a non-combustible structure. See clearances in CPU Residential Handbook. 11. Minimum primary conduit size shall be 2 inches. 12. Backfill under the transformer pad must be 5/8" minus crushed rock compacted in multiple lifts. The rock layer must be a minimum of 12-inches thick below the pad. Soil stability may require more. The rock base shall extend 6 inches beyond the pad on all four sides. 12" 27" C L C L 3.25" 42" 42" 36" radius Conduits flush with pad top Secondary conduits 24" radius crushed rock PLAN VIEW Ground rod 6" 6" Conduit HV Conduit AIC for 100 kVA transformer is 14,000 A. 2. High and low voltage conduits must be within their designated areas. 3. All conduits shall be in place and approved prior to transformer installation. 4. It shall be the responsibility of the owner or owner's representative to comply with all applicable code requirements. 5. The pad shall be furnished by the customer. 6. The front side must have 10 feet clear access for maintenance. See Std UTPC - Padmount Transformer Clearances. 7. All future conduit ends shall extend past the edge of the pad by 48 inches minimum. 8. Radius of secondary conduit elbows shall be 24 inches. 9. Depth of burial of conduits shall be as shown on Std UA1. 10. The pad shall be located so that no part of the transformer is closer than 10 feet to a combustible surface, windows or doors or 3 feet to a non-combustible structure. See clearances in CPU Residential Handbook. 11. Minimum primary conduit size shall be 2 inches. 12. Backfill under the transformer pad must be 5/8" minus crushed rock compacted in multiple lifts. The rock layer must be a minimum of 12-inches thick below the pad. Soil stability may require more. The rock base shall extend 6 inches beyond the pad on all four sides. 1Ø PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER CONDUIT ORIENTATION (100 KVA) HV Conduit 48/46" 46/48" 18.5" 26.5" C L C L 100 KVA ONLY crushed rock 3.25" with pad top Final grade 36" radius Secondary conduits 24" radius PLAN VIEW Ground rod SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTP3 UTP3 2 2 HWH/GW 1/22/80 1400 1Ø TRANSFORMER PAD ORIENTATION AND CONDUIT INSTALLATION 100 KVA 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 1/26/04 LB AH 2 12/9/20 CM GM Notes: 6" 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTP4 UTP4 1 1 HWH/GW 1/22/80 1400 3Ø TRANSFORMER PAD 75 to 1500 kVA 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 8/17/03 LB DK 2 12/9/20 CM GM Pad weighs 2,380 lb Notes: 1. This pad is available from Utility Vault/OldCastle catalog #UTP4 (CPU S/N 2170). 2. This pad is adequate up to 6 conductors per phase. See Std UTP5 - Precast Pad and Vault for 3Ø Transformers - if more conductors are required. 3. See Std UPT6 - 3Ø Transformer Pad Orientation and Conduit Installation - for installation instructions. Rev. 2 - Updated dimensions, added weight, and removed reinforcement detail. 64" 84" 6" 15" 54" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTP5 UTP5 1 1 GW 12/18/87 1400 PRECAST PAD AND VAULT FOR 3Ø TRANSFORMERS 1 12/9/20 CM GM 1. Locking bolts shall be 1/2" pentahead bolt. 2. Backfill under the vault and transformer pad must be 5/8" minus crushed rock compacted in lifts. The rock layer must be a minimum of 12-inches thick below the pad and vault. Soil stability may require more. The rock base shall extend 6 inches beyond the pad on all four sides. 3. Customer shall install both components shown. All secondary conduits go into 644 vault and enter only in the areas shown. All secondary cables shall have a minimum 10 feet of excess in vault for makeup. 4. All primary conduits shall enter the pad from outside of the vault and only in the locations shown. 5. This pad and vault are required if more than 6 cables per leg are being installed. The maximum number of secondary runs is 8. 6. Install bell ends in conduit in knockouts and grout inside and outside to be even with vault walls. Notes: Materials: 1. Vault 6' x 4' x 3'-6" - Oldcastle Part #644LA2. Pad 7' x 9'-4" x 8" with 15" x 54" opening - Oldcastle Part #0370133. 1 Allowableconduit entrances Side View Primary Secondary 2 8" 3'-6" Rev. 1 - Renamed from UTP4-6, and updated drawing. Front View 9'-4" 7' 15" 54" 8" 3' 3' Top View 6" 6" 4' 6' 28 750 - 150022 500 20 75 - 300 "W" INCHES KVA 3Ø Padmount Transformer Conduit Orientation **Varies by manufacturer TYPICAL** DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTP6 UTP6 1 1 10/981400 3Ø TRANSFORMER PAD ORIENTATION AND CONDUIT INSTALLATION 2 7/15/02 JEH TR 3 1/26/04 LB AH 4 12/29/04 LB AH 5 12/9/20 CM GM 1. The concrete pad and all conduits shall be in place and approved by the CPU Inspector prior to transformer installation. 2. Refer to Std UPTC - Padmount Transformer Clearances - and the CPU Commercial Handbook for clearances. 3. See Std UTP4 - 3ø Transformer Pad 75 to 1500 kVA - for concrete pad details. 4. Backfill under the transformer pad must be 5/8" minus crushed rock compacted in multiple lifts. The rock layer must be a minimum of 12-inches thick below the pad. Soil stability may require more. The rock base shall extend 6 inches beyond the pad on all four sides. Rev. 5 - Added 4" primary conduit drawing, moved 1ø to UTP3, and updated drawing and notes. 64" 84" 54" 15" W** HV conduit* LV conduit C L CL 6" 6" 5/8" Minus crushed rock Ground rod PLAN VIEW 6" 3.5" Secondary conduits 24" radius Primary conduits 36" radius Conduits flushwith pad top Final grade Ground rod 12" FRONT VIEW *Can be 3-2" conduits or 1-4" conduit. Notes: PLAN VIEW TYPICAL PAD FRONT OPTIONAL CTR. POST OPTIONAL CTR. POST COUPLING DO NOT FILL CTR. POST WITH CONC. CAP 3'-0" min. 2'-0" min. DETAIL "A" FRONT VIEW FINISH GRADE 4" STEEL PIPE, CONCRETE-FILLED 5'-0" MAX. (SEE NOTE 2) CAP OPTIONAL DIMENSIONS AND CONDUIT SIZE TO BE PROVIDED BY PROJECT ENGINEER. 3'-0" min. 2'-0" * * * * 18" #ƒ DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UTP9 UTP9 1 1 9/94 1400 TYPICAL BARRIER INSTALLATION TO PROTECT PADMOUNTED EQUIPMENT 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 5/30/07 LB AH 2 12/14/09 KJP DETAIL "A" min. Rev 2: Corrected dimensions on barrier to match Commercial Electric Service Handbook. Notes : 1. Typical locations of barriers positioning will vary depending on the following conditions. a. Physical location of equipment with respect to hazards. b. Type of equipment to be protected and accessibility required. 2. If distance between corner barriers exceeds 5 ft., A ctr. post may be required similar to corner post except center post on front side of padmount device may be constructed as det. "A". 3. Project Engineer will determine and indicate number, size, and position of barrier posts. 4. Posts of 4" steel pipe, concrete-filled or substitute of equal strength to be set in concrete. Use same mixture as pad. 5. See WAC 296-46-480 Para. 4, rules and regulations for installing electric wires and equipment.12/09/20
Section 1500 - UG J-Boxes & VaultsN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1500 U NDERGROUND J - B OXES & V AULTS 3/13/2020 C UJ1 1 Ø Junction Box 4 - Way N UJ2 1 Ø Junction Box 5 - Way C UJ3 3 Ø Junction Box 4 - Way N UJ3F 3 Ø Junction Box 4 - Way Flush - Mount N UJ4 3 Ø Junction Box 5 - Way C UJM Primary Junction Box 1 Ø & 3 Ø Material List N UJMP Junction Box Marker C ULE Loo p Enclosure ~ UVG1,UVG2 Und erground Vault Grounding System 41" 32" LC LC J-2345 32" 12" APPROX.APPROX. APPROX.APPROX. PLUG AND TAG TAG DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ1 UJ1 1 2 HWH/GGW 1/22/80 1500 1Ø JUNCTION BOX 4-WAY 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 4/29/09 CM AH 5 3/12/20 CM GM TAG FUTURES WARNING 1 11 10 5 6 12 4 2 8 9 7 3 In (Source) Out (Load) Normally open (On standoff bracket) Fault indicator Source Notes: DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ1 UJ1 2 2 HWH/GGW 1/22/80 1500 1Ø JUNCTION BOX 4-WAY 2 9/23/04 LB AH 3 12/29/04 LB AH 4 4/29/09 CM AH 5 3/12/20 CM GM 6" Ground rod at center of J-Box 2" CONDUIT 18" 36" APPROX. FRONT BACK ℄ ℄ 26" APPROX. Primary J-Box Conduit Arrangement FINAL GRADE J-2345 2" PVC CONDUIT WARNING 48" Max 36" Sweep 36" 12" Ground Rod FINAL GRADE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ2 UJ2 1 2 CM/GM 3/12/20 1500 1Ø JUNCTION BOX 5-WAY S/N QTY 1 837 2940 1 1 Rod, Ground 5/8" x 8' 5 281 1124 1 1 Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Bronze, Small Box, Jct., 1ø, Fiberglass w/ LBC5 and 200A bushing inserts installed Lock, Equipment UG UJM51 Top View 4 454 1 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, Run & Tap #6 Sol - #4 Str (4C4) 3 450 1 Conductor, Cu, #4 Sol, 1C, Bare, Soft Drawn 2 376 25 Fault indicator Source 43" 49" Ground Line Ground Line 56.5" 1 (Source) Out (Load) 2 4 11 10 12 8 9 3 Notes: Plan View Typical elbow arrangement is shown. 2. Do not put dirt inside junction box. Space is required for cable slack and operating clearance. 3. Leave cable slack for future operations. 4. Future conduits shall be plugged with S/N 2697 - 2" plastic conduit plug, or S/N 2698 - 4" plastic conduit plug. 5. Futures should be tagged with direction and length of conduit. See Std UID2. 6. Proof conduit and install sequentially numbered, 2500 lb mule tape in all futures. SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ2 UJ2 2 2 CM/GM 3/12/20 1500 1Ø JUNCTION BOX 5-WAY Primary J-Box Conduit Arrangement 48" Max 24" Rod FINAL GRADE FINAL GRADE WARNING J-2345 7 2" Conduit 43" 27" 6" Ground rod at center of J-Box - FRONT BACK 5 6 Keep future conduits in front, plug and tag 72"APPROX.APPROX. 45" APPROX.18" TAG FUTURES TAG TAG B TAG LC TAG CL C APPROX.50" A J-2345 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ3 UJ3 1 2 HWH/GGW 1/22/80 1500 3Ø JUNCTION BOX 4-WAY 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH 4 3/12/20 CM GM PLUG AND WARNING Normally open (On standoff bracket) Fault indicator Source ITEM NO. 8 9 10 11 2 6 5 4 3 1 Out (Load) In (Source) 7 12 TAG TAG Plan View 3-Phase J-Box FINAL GRADE J-2345 FINAL GRADE 4" PVC CONDUIT 54" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ3 UJ3 2 2 HWH/GGW 1/22/80 1500 3Ø JUNCTION BOX 4-WAY 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH 4 3/12/20 CM GM WARNING 14" Min 38" APPROX. 33" 66" Notes: 1. Typical elbow arrangement is shown. 2. Do not put dirt inside junction box. Space is required for cable slack and operating clearance. 3. Leave cable slack for future operations. 4. Future conduits shall be plugged w/ S/N 2697- 2" plastic conduit plug, or S/N 2698- 4" plastic conduit plug. 5. Futures should be tagged with direction and length of conduit. See Std UID2. 6. Proof conduit and install sequentially-numbered, 2500 lb, mule tape in all futures. 48" Max 36" Sweep 66" 4" 19" Ground Rod 2" OR 4" CONDUITS 5 6 Keep future conduits in front, plug and tag UJM4 UJM41 UJM45 UJM47 2722 S/N UJM49 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ3F UJ3F 1 2 CM/GM 3/12/20 1500 3Ø JUNCTION BOX 4-WAY FLUSH-MOUNT 1 4'-8" 7'-0" 4'-0" 1'-0" 5'-0" 2,400 lb 6 1 Conductor, Cu, #4 Solid, 1C, Bare, Soft-Drawn 30 376 5 NO. Connector, Crimpet, Cu, Run & Tap #6 Sol - #4 Str 7 450 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, Run #4 Sol - #2 Str, Tap #8 Sol - #4 Str 1 454 Module, LBC4 UG w/Bracket 3 900 Lug, Grounding, #8 Sol - 2/0 Str, 4-way 2 842 Normally open (On standoff bracket) Fault indicator Source 2 SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ3F UJ3F 2 2 CM/GM 3/12/20 1500 3Ø JUNCTION BOX 4-WAY FLUSH-MOUNT gnd lug In (Source) Out (Load) 3 Fully seal knockouts with grout around conduit. 2. Std UJM44 configuration shown in drawing. 3. See Std UJM for cable configurations and material items #8-12. 4. Leave cable slack for future operations. 5. Future conduits shall be plugged w/ S/N 2697 - 2" plastic conduit plug, or S/N 2698 - 4" plastic conduit plug. 6. Futures should be tagged with direction and length of conduit. See Std UID2. 7. Proof conduit and install sequentially-marked, 2500 lb mule tape in all futures. Notes : 8 9 11 4 12 10 11 2 11 3 6 12 UFER GROUND CONNECTION 6 2 SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ4 UJ4 1 2 CM/GM 3/12/20 1500 3Ø JUNCTION BOX 5-WAY 1" Top View ITEM S/N QTY 1 837 2941 1 1 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' 5 281 1124 1 1 Clamp, Ground Rod 5/8", Bronze, Small Box, Jct., 3ø, Fiberglass w/ LBC5 and 200A bushing inserts installed Lock, Equipment UG UJM51 4 454 1 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, Run & Tap #6 Sol - #4 Str (4C4) 3 450 3 Conductor, Cu, #4 Sol, 1C, Bare, Soft-Drawn 2 376 30 Fault indicator Source Front View 69" 50" 22.5" 22.5" 83.25" Line Line 1 2 3 4 6 5 8 10 11 12 2 9 FINAL GRADE J-2345 4" PVC Conduit DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJ4 UJ4 2 2 CM/GM 3/12/20 1500 3Ø JUNCTION BOX 5-WAY Notes: 1. Typical elbow arrangement is shown. 2. Do not put dirt inside junction box. Space is required for cable slack and operating clearance. 3. Leave cable slack for future operations. 4. Future conduits shall be plugged with S/N 2697- 2" plastic conduit plug, or S/N 2698- 4" plastic conduit plug. 5. Futures should be tagged with direction and length of conduit. See Std UID2. 6. Proof conduit and install sequentially numbered, 2500 lb mule tape in all futures. 69" Rod 36" Sweep 48" Max Primary J-Box Conduit Arrangement Plan View 3-Phase J-Box WARNING AØ BØ CØ 48.25" center of J-Box BACK FRONT Keep future conduits in front, plug and tag 2" OR 4" Conduits 14" Min 5 6 7 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJM UJM 1 2 HWH/GGD 1/22/80 1500 PRIMARY JUNCTION BOX SINGLE AND THREE PHASE MATERIAL LIST 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH 4 3/12/20 CM GM Normally open (On standoff bracket) Fault indicator Source DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJM UJM 2 2 HWH/GGD 1/22/80 1500 PRIMARY JUNCTION BOX SINGLE AND THREE PHASE MATERIAL LIST 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH 4 3/12/20 CM GM DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UJMP UJMP 1 1 CM/GM 3/12/20 1500 JUNCTION BOX MARKER 54" W A R N I N G E L E C T R I C A L E Q U I P M E N T 1 Marker, Post, Red, 6', Electrical Equipment DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. 2 2896 UJMP 1. Use marker when view of J-box may be obscured by terrain or foliage. 2. Call for locates before installing. Notes : 2 Marker, Post, Marker, Electrical Equipment 2 2893 2 1 72" 18" Combo Road 4" 12" 12" J-Box Marker TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW 12" W A R N I N G E L E C T R I C A L E Q U I P M E N T ITEM NO. Notes: GROUND LEVEL 12" GROUND LEVEL 1 DO NOT GLUE ELBOWS TO CONDUIT 2 1. Bury approximately one foot of the enclosure.2. Conduits shall be buried 42" to 48" deep unless otherwise approved by CPU. 3. The disc marker is to be installed flat with the instructions facing up.4. The disc should be placed in radius of elbow. 5. CPU has the locator for finding these markers. 6. The markers are reusable. 7. Loop enclosures and marker discs provided by CPU. 8. All conduits shall be plugged w/ S/N 2697- 2" plastic conduit plug or S/N 2698- 4" plastic conduit plug. 9. All conduits should be tagged with direction and length of conduit. See Std. UID2. 10. Proof conduit and install sequentially-numbered, 2500 lb, mule tape in all futures. DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of ULE ULE 1 1 HWH/GGW 9/94 1500 LOOP ENCLOSURE 0 9/23/04 LB AH 1 12/29/04 LB AH 2 3/12/20 CM GM DESCRIPTION Marker, UG, Disc, Full Range 2 Enclosure, Cable Loop, Fiberglass, 30" x 30" x 8" w/ 5" Flange ITEM 1 2210 1821S/N 1 QTY 1 PLUG AND TAG ALL CONDUITS TAG TAG TAG Rev. 2 - Added Notes #8, #9, & #10 and added plugs and tags to drawings. VAULT BOTTOM BOTTOM VAULT UVG-2 UVG-1 FOR EXISTING VAULTS FOR NEW VAULTS INSTALL GROUND RODS AND OUTSIDE 2/0 COPPER BEFORE VAULT IS INSTALLED. FEED 2/0 TAPS FROM OUTSIDE GROUND THROUGH VAULT WALL KNOCKOUTS. CUT GROUND RODS IN HALF. DRIVE ONE HALF. COUPLE ON SECOND HALF AND DRIVE SO THAT ONLY THE CLAMP IS EXPOSED ABOVE THE FLOOR. 4 1 2 3 5 6 2 1 3 5 4 6 WALL KNOCKOUT DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UVG-1, UVG-2 UVG-1 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1500 UNDERGROUND VAULT GROUNDING SYSTEM 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA03/13/20
Section 1600 - 1000 MCM CableN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1600 1000 MCM C ABLE 3/26/2020 ~ UEE1 Elbow Enclosure - Deadend ~ UEE2 Elbow Enclosure - Feed - Through ~ UPR1 1000 M CM Cable Riser ~ UPR2 1000 MCM Power Cable Riser Grounding Detail ~ UPR4 1000 MCM Cable Riser with 3Ø Switch ~ UPR5 1000 MCM Cable Riser with 600 Amp Disconnects ~ UPR6 Parallel 1000 MCM Cable Riser with 3 Ø Switch C USG1 Padmount Switchgear - 600A Elbow - 1000MCM Cable C USG2 Padmount Switchgear Chart C USG3 Deadfront Switchgear – 612 Vault Detail ~ USG4 Livefront Switchgear ~ USG - 5 Switch Vault Duct Entry for 1000MCM Cable ~ USG - 6 Switch Vault Detail, Vault Base ~ USG - 7 Switch Vault Detail, Vault Cover GRD LINE 18" 1 6 11 48" 3 FUTURE 24" 30" 1 7 8 " 5" 8 7 8 " 1 7 8 " 5" EE TEMPLATE DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UEE1 UEE1 1 2 6/90 1600 ELBOW ENCLOSURE DEADEND 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 12/14/09 KJP 15KV 1000 MCM 4" CONDUIT 8' GRD ROD 2 2/0 BC GRD ROD 4 4 4"-6" GRD LINE C B A A B C 9 1 2 " 9 1 2 " 9 1 2 " FRONT FRONT ‘& ‘% ‘$ 5 13 5 4 FRONT Rev 3: Corrected material list. NOTES : 1. Use EE template when framing conduits and backfilling. 2. Leave enough cable slack to position the elbow near the top of the enclosure lid. This provides future operating room. 3. Terminators assemble 9 1 2 " apart (Center to Center). Align conduits to avoid cable bending. 12 #10 SOL BC DEADEND 7 8 6 9 10 11 (FROM CONCENTRIC NEUTRAL OF CABLE) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UEE1 UEE1 2 2 6/90 1600 ELBOW ENCLOSURE DEADEND 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 9/23/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 12/14/09 KJP FOR INSULATING PLUG : USE TORQUE WRENCH & TIGHTEN EXERTING 50 TO 60 FT-LBS OF TORQUE. FOR CONNECTOR PLUG, TAP PLUG OR TAP WELL : USE TORQUE WRENCH WITH AN ELASTIMOLD 600SW SPANNER WRENCH. SINCE THE INDICATED TORQUE READING IS NOT THE ACTUAL TORQUE APPLIED IN THIS CASE, THE INDICATED TORQUE SHOULD BE 40 TO 48 FT-LBS. 5 6 4 2 3 Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Elbow, 600 Amp Connector, Crimpet, Cu 4/0-4/0 Conductor, 2/0 BSDC Clamp, Ground Rod, Large 1 DESCRIPTION Enclosure, Fiberglass 3 3 30 Ft. 460 1825 376 1 1 1124 282 QTY. 1 S/N 2213 9 10 8 7 Cap, Protective Insulated, 200A Cable Adapter, 1000 MCM Loadbreak Reducing Plug, 600A-200A 1000 MCM AL Compression Contact 3/4" Non-Threaded Hole 3 3 3 1769 265 941 1 UEE1 12 13 11 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/0-2/0 Cable Sealing Kit, 1000MCM Basic Insulating Plug With Cap 3 1 3 2376 457 1824 Rev 3: Corrected material list. 3 ITEM NO. 15KV 1000 MCM 10 3 8 14 4" CONDUIT 11 2/0 BC 4" CONDUIT 15KV 1000 MCM 2 7 6 13 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UEE2 UEE2 1 2 KJP 1600 ELBOW ENCLOSURE FEED-THROUGH 0 9/23/04 LB AH 1 10/7/05 LB AH 2 8/25/09 CM AH 3 48" GRD LINE 18" GRD LINE 9 1 2 " FRONT A 8 7 8 " B 1 7 8 " A 30" 5" B EE TEMPLATE 9 1 2 " 9 1 2 " C 24" 1 7 8 " 5" C ‘$ ‘% ‘& 12 FRONT 12 5 4"-6" 16 15 15 GRD ROD 8' GRD ROD 12 13 FRONT Rev 2: Corrected material list callout and added UEE2 kit. NOTES : 1. Use EE template when framing conduits and backfilling. 2. Leave enough cable slack to position the elbow near the top of the enclosure lid. This provides future operating room. 3. Elbows assemble 9 1 2 " apart (Center to Center). Align conduits to avoid cable bending. 2213 1124 1 282 1 1 460 6 379 #10 SOL BC #10 SOL BC FEED-THROUGH 4 3 5 5 2 8 6 30 ft (FROM CONCENTRIC NEUTRAL OF CABLE) 7 (FROM CONCENTRIC NEUTRAL OF CABLE) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UEE2 UEE2 2 2 KJP 1600 ELBOW ENCLOSURE FEED-THROUGH 0 9/23/04 LB AH 1 10/7/05 LB AH 2 8/25/09 CM AH FOR INSULATING PLUG : USE TORQUE WRENCH & TIGHTEN EXERTING 50 TO 60 FT-LBS OF TORQUE. FOR CONNECTOR PLUG, TAP PLUG OR TAP WELL : USE TORQUE WRENCH WITH AN ELASTIMOLD 600SW SPANNER WRENCH. SINCE THE INDICATED TORQUE READING IS NOT THE ACTUAL TORQUE APPLIED IN THIS CASE, THE INDICATED TORQUE SHOULD BE 40 TO 48 FT-LBS. 2376 6 457 1 9 9 4 5 3 2 Consists Of: (Items #2 Thru #9) Cable Adapter Elbow, 600A Connecting Plug, 600A 1 DESCRIPTION UEE2 600A Elbow Kit 6 6 6 1 941 1825 3 1723 QTY. 1 S/N 2693 8 9 7 6 Cap, Protective Insulated, 200A Loadbreak Reducing Plug, 600A-200A 1000 MCM AL Compression Contact 3/4" Hole (Non-Threaded) 3 1 3 1824 2702 265 1769 UEE2 11 12 10 600A Al Stud Basic Insulating Plug With Cap 3 15 16 14 13 Conductor, 2/0, BSDC Connector, Crimpet, Cu 4/0-4/0 Clamp, Ground Rod, Large Connector, Crimpet, CU 2/0-2/0 Elbow Sealing Kit, 1000MCM Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Enclosure, Fiberglass Rev 2: Corrected material list callout and added UEE2 kit. ITEM NO. 3'-6" 6" NOTE 3 4'-0" NOTE 5 NEUTRAL 23 19 27 TO STATIC WIRE DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR1 UPR1 1 2 6/90 1600 1000 MCM CABLE RISER 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 12/29/04 LB AH 2 1/13/10 CM AH NOTES 6 & 7 34 12 29 27 33 33 15 16 15 6 21 1 6 26 24 9 7 8 11 28 22 25 4 3 2 16 5 33 20 18 17 14 22 25 28 13 Rev 2: Corrected material list and changed drawing to show pre-assembled deadend. Notes : 1. UPR4 is the preferred standard. This standard is to be used for short dips such as airport dips or if other switches are nearby for isolation. See UPR4 for the recommended construction. 2. See UPR2 for grounding details. 3. All ground wire is #4 solid copper covered. 4. Static wire ground when required. DO NOT connect to neutral. See N2 for static wire details. Engineer must call for static wire ground separately. 5. Avoid sharp turns in lightning arrester grounds and primary leads. 6. 2/0 CU neutral in substation get-a-way risers only. 2/0 CU from terminators to overhead neutral for all 1000 MCM construction. 7. Press directly to neutral if there is no 2/0 substation get-a-way neutral. 31 30 10 A B C MIN 6' 4 6 5 1 3 2 DESCRIPTION Cable Positioner Washer, Spring, 5/8" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2" Washer, Sq., Curved, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14" 3 1 3 2229 2217 1132 1 1 1 1392 156 QTY. S/N BR10 Bracket, Term, Mount 1000 MCM Cable 2226 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR1 UPR1 2 2 6/90 1600 1000 MCM CABLE RISER 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 12/29/04 LB AH 2 1/13/10 CM AH UPR1 11 9 10 8 Clamp, Ground rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze Conductor, Cu #4 SLD 1/C Connector, Compression, Cu/Al, Neutral Staple, Ground Wire 7 DESCRIPTION Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' 10 1 1228 413 36 1 390 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 16 14 15 13 Conductor, Cu, 2/0 STR, 600v, XLP Conductor, 397 MCM AL Terminator, 1000 MCM Arrester, 9 kV, Riser Pole 12 DESCRIPTION Connector, Tap, Power Booster, 397 to 397 3 3 58 2225 30 30 367 381 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. 3 S/N 2501 21 19 20 18 Connector, Comp., Lug, AL, 1000 MCM Hot Line Clamp, GP1530 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 2" Assembly Conductor, #4 BSDC, 1/C 17 Connector, Comp., Lug, AL, 397 MCM 10 6 376 1389 3 3 284 1501 3 438 26 24 25 23 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/0-C-4 Conduit, 4" x 10', Sch 80 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 4" 4" End Bell, Sch 40 22 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2" 3 9 2204 297 9 3 2203 456 6 1132 29 27 28 Conductor, #2 Cu Covered, 1/C, 600v HMP Standoff Bracket, 15" Phase A Tag 1 3 1280 227 15 393 34 32 33 31 Phase C Tag Connector, Crimpet, Cu, 2/0-2/0 Wildlife Guard Fault Indicator, 400A, OH, Beacon 30 Phase B Tag 3 3 2558 2515 6 1 457 1282 1 1281 Rev 2: Corrected material list and changed drawing to show pre-assembled deadend. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. TERMINATOR L.A. SYSTEM TERMINATOR L.A. STATIC WIRE TO NEUTRAL L.A. TERMINATOR 397MCM AL SEE DETAIL A DETAIL A TYP. 2/0 CU COVERED #2 CU COVERED TYP. #4 CU NOTE #1 2/0-4 CRIMPET 2/0-2/0 CRIMPET NOTE #10 NOTE #8 NOTE #9 NOTE #4 NOTE #3 & #6 NOTE #2 REV 1 - REMOVED EQUIPMENT MOUNTING BRACKET GROUND AND REVISED NOTE 7 MIN. 6' NOTE #5 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR2 UPR-2 1 2 6/90 1600 1000 MCM POWER CABLE RISER GROUNDING DETAIL 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 12/29/04 LB AH NOTE #3 NOTES: REV 1 - REMOVED EQUIPMENT MOUNTING BRACKET GROUND AND REVISED NOTE 7 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR2 UPR-2 2 2 6/90 1600 1000 MCM POWER CABLE RISER GROUNDING DETAIL 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 12/29/04 LB AH 1. Make connections as close to terminator as possible but DO NOT make a sharp bend. Use hot line clamp for easy removal. 2. Connect surge arrester lead to concentric neutral. 3. Connect concentric neutral wires (twist together) to 2/0 stranded copper with 2/0 crimpet. Connect separate 2/0 runs, as per drawing, from each concentric neutral to the system neutral. Use 2/0 covered conductor and train this conductor back down along the 1000MCM cable for appearance. 4. Connect 2/0 copper riser neutral to system neutral only. This riser neutral is only used for substation get-a-ways. 5. Use separate ground lead for system neutral grounding connection. Any other equipment grounds may be connected to this ground lead also. WAC 296-44-02335 (1) (a) & (b) 6. Do not connect arrester grounds separately to system neutral. Connect to concentric neutral as near to the terminator as possible. 7. Do not ground equipment mounting bracket per 2002 NESC 123A. 8. Top of ground rod must be underground. WAC 296-44-02319-(2)(c) 9. If more than one ground rod is required they must be separated by at least 6 feet. WAC 296-44-02319-(2)(B) 10. Static wire ground when required. DO NOT connect neutral. See t-N1 to T-N4 for static wire details. NEUTRAL 6" 3'-6" 4'-0" 3'-6" ‘0&0$/ 13 14 14 12 21 22 23 28 15 42 5 27 32 3 2 4 34 31 37 11 19 7 NOTE 3 16 25 NOTE 5 41 9 30 6 36 29 27 42 33 35 1 6 36 26 42 26 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR4 UPR4 1 2 CM/AH 1/13/10 1600 1000 MCM CABLE RISER :,7+‘6:,7&+ 43 6' MIN. 2' MIN. OPERATOR INSULATOR SAFETY NOTES : 1. This is the recommended 1000 MCM riser standard. See UPR1 or UPR5 when it is not possible to install a switch. 2. See UPR2 for grounding details. 3. All ground wire is #4 solid copper covered. 4. Avoid sharp turns in lightning arrester ground and primary leads. 5. The pole must be 45' or taller. 24 A B C 38 39 40 13 10 20 17 18 8 9' DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR4 UPR4 2 2 CM/AH 1/13/10 1600 1000 MCM CABLE RISER :,7+‘6:,7&+ 4 6 5 1 3 2 DESCRIPTION Cable Positioner Washer, Spring, 5/8" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2" Washer, Sq., Curved, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14" 3 1 3 2229 2217 1132 1 1 1 1392 156 QTY. S/N BR10 Bracket, Term, Mount 1000 MCM Cable 2226 UPR4 11 9 10 8 Clamp, Ground rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze Conductor, Cu #4 SLD 1/C Connector, Compression, Cu/Al, Neutral Staple, Ground Wire 7 DESCRIPTION Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' 10 1 1228 413 36 1 390 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 16 14 15 13 Conductor, OH, 397 MCM AL Connector, Clamp, 397 to NEMA 2-Hole Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 2" Assembly Connector, Tap, Power Booster, 397 to 397 12 DESCRIPTION Loadbreak Switch, Horizontal, 600A, 15kV 3 12 2501 1389 6 60 438 367 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. 1 S/N 2432 21 19 20 18 Ground Wire Staples Ground Rod Clamp, 5/8", Small Bronze Ground Rod, 5/8" x 8' Machine Bolt, Galv., 3/4" x 16" 17 Conductor, #4 Cu, SLD, 1/C 2 1 175 1124 1 5 281 1228 20 390 26 24 25 23 Washer, Spring, 3/4" Padlock, Hardened Stainless Steel Conductor, 2/0 Cu STR, 600v, XLP Terminator, 1000 MCM 22 Washer, Curved, 4" x 4" 3 60 2225 381 1 2 2564 2218 2 1910 29 27 28 Arrester, 9kV, Riser Pole Connector, Comp., Lug, AL, 1000 MCM Hot Line Clamp GP 1530 3 3 284 1501 3 58 34 32 33 31 Screw. Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2" Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/0-C-4 Conduit, 4" x 10', Sch 80 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 4" 30 Conductor, #4 BSDC, 1/C 9 9 297 2203 6 6 456 1132 10 376 37 35 36 End Bell, 4" Sch 40 Conductor, #2 Cu SD, 1/C, 600v, HMP Standoff Bracket, 15" 3 15 227 393 3 2204 40 38 39 Phase A Tag Phase B Tag Phase C Tag 1 1 1282 1281 1 1280 43 42 Wildlife Guard Fault Indicator, 400A, OH 41 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, 2/0-2/0 3 3 2558 2515 12 457 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. NEUTRAL 4'-0" 3'-6" 1'-3.5" 2'-0" 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR5 UPR5 1 2 CM/AH 1/13/10 1600 1000 MCM CABLE RISER WITH 600 AMP DISCONNECTS A B C 6" Notes : 1. UPR4 is the preferred standard. This standard is to be used if an object interferes w/ the switch handle of UPR4. See UPR4 for the recommended construction. 2. See UPR2 for grounding details. 3. All ground wire is #4 solid copper covered. 4. Static wire ground when required. DO NOT connect to neutral. See N2 for static wire details. Engineer must call for static wire ground separately. 5. Avoid sharp turns in lightning arrester grounds and primary leads. 6. 2/0 CU neutral in substation get-a-way risers only. 2/0 CU from terminators to overhead neutral for all 1000 MCM construction. 7. Press directly to neutral if there is no 2/0 substation get-a-way neutral. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR5 UPR5 2 2 CM/AH 1/13/10 1600 1000 MCM CABLE RISER WITH 600 AMP DISCONNECTS 16 14 15 13 Clamp, Ground rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze Conductor, Cu #4 SLD 1/C Connector, Compression, Cu/Al, Neutral Staple, Ground Wire 12 DESCRIPTION Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' 10 1 1228 413 36 1 390 281 N1 QTY. 1 S/N 1124 21 19 20 18 Conductor, Cu, 2/0 STR, 600v, XLP Conductor, 397 MCM AL Terminator, 1000 MCM Arrester, 9 kV, Riser Pole 17 DESCRIPTION Connector, Tap, Power Booster, 397 to 397 3 3 58 2225 30 30 367 381 ADDITIONAL MATERIAL QTY. 3 S/N 2501 26 24 25 23 Connector, Comp., Lug, AL, 1000 MCM Hot Line Clamp, GP1530 Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 2" Assembly Conductor, #4 BSDC, 1/C 22 Connector, Comp., Lug, AL, 397 MCM 10 6 376 1389 3 3 284 1501 3 438 31 29 30 28 Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/0-C-4 Conduit, 4" x 10', Sch 80 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 4" 4" End Bell, Sch 40 27 Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2" 3 9 2204 297 9 3 2203 456 6 1132 34 32 33 Conductor, #2 Cu Covered, 1/C, 600v HMP Standoff Bracket, 15" Phase A Tag 1 3 1280 227 15 393 39 37 38 36 Phase C Tag 35 Phase B Tag 6 1 457 1282 1 1281 Crossarm (Distr.) 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 10' Not Used Bolt, Machine, 1/2" x 7" Brace, Angle, 72" Gain, Pole Plastic Washer, Sq. Flat 5/8", 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Washer, Spring, 1/2" Washer, Spring, 5/8" Bolt, Double, Arm, 5/8" x 20" Washer, Round, Flat 1/2" Bolt Machine, 5/8" x 12" 7 10 11 9 8 6 5 4 2 3 1 CR24B (3) QTY. S/N DESCRIPTION UPR5 41 40 Cable Positioner Connector, Crimpet, CU, 2/0-2/0 Wildlife Guard Disconnect, 600 Amp, Single Blade Fault Indicatior, 400A, OH, Beacon 3 2558 3 2531 3 2558 3 2229 3 9 709 83 - 12 - 143 6 26 3 30 155 1412 12 18 2216 2217 6 204 12 1394 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. NEUTRAL 22 15 14 21 23 27 2' Min OPERATOR INSULATOR SAFETY A B C 8 15 14 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR6 UPR6 1 2 CM/DK 11/2/18 1600 PARALLEL 1000 MCM CABLE RISER :,7+‘6:,7&+ 5 3 2 4 1 6 C B A 28 44 42 14 1. This is the recommended 1000 MCM riser standard for parallel runs. 2. See UPR2 for grounding details. 3. All ground wire is #4 Cu equivalent covered copper-clad steel. 4. Engineer must call for static wire ground separately, if needed. DO NOT connect to neutral. See N2 for details. 5. Avoid sharp turns in lightning arrester ground and primary leads. 6. The pole must be 45' or taller. 7. Install the cable positioners and arresters to the 48" equipment mounting brackets using carriage bolts provided with bracket. 8. 2/0 Cu from terminators to OH neutral for all 1000 MCM. Notes : 45 46 9' 6" 3'-6" 4'-0" 3'-6" 6' Min ‘0&0$/ 38 39 40 43 16 13 36 6 32 25 41 10 26 30 Note 7 Note 6 24 9 Note 3 12 13 41 32 18 17 19 20 7 33 11 31 34 37 35 41 28 29 13 Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze Connector, Cabelok, Cu/Al, #2-2/0 Run To #6-#1 Tap Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' 24 1 2707 413 40 1 1512 281 1 1124 16 14 15 13 Conductor, OH, 397 MCM AAC Connector, Compression, Lug, AL, 397 MCM to NEMA 2-Hole Bolt, Hexhead, w/Belleville & Flat Washers, SS, 1/2" x 2" Assembly Connector, Tap, Wedge 336 ACSR & 397 AAC (Run) to 336 ACSR & 397 AAC (Tap) 12 Switch, Loadbreak, Horizontal, 900A, 15kV 3 12 2501 1389 9 60 438 367 1 2432 19 20 18 17 1 1124 1 5 281 2707 20 1512 26 24 25 23 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil Galv., 3/4" Lock, Padlock, 2" Hardened SS Shackle for OH Switches Conductor, Cu, 2/0, 1C 600V USE XLP 19 Str Terminator, 15 kV, Cold-Shrink, JCN, 1000 MCM 22 Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 4" w/ 13/16" Hole 6 60 2225 381 1 2 2564 2218 2 1910 29 27 28 Arrester, Surge, 9 kV, MOV, Riser Pole Connector, Compression, Lug, Al/Cu, Tin-Plated, 1000 MCM to NEMA 2-Hole Clamp, Hot Line, GP 1530 3 6 284 1501 3 58 34 32 33 31 Screw. Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Connector, Crimpet, Cu 2/0-1/0 to #2-#6 Conduit, 4" x 10', Sch 80 Clamp, Standoff Bracket, 4" 30 Conductor, OH, BSDC #4 SLD 1C 18 180 297 2203 6 6 456 1132 10 376 37 35 36 End Bell, 4" Sch 40 Conductor, Cu, #2, 1C, SD, 600 V, HMP 7 Str Bracket, Standoff, Riser, 24" 3 15 228 393 6 2204 40 38 39 Tag, Phase A Tag, Phase B Tag, Phase C 1 1 1282 1281 1 1280 43 42 Guard, Wildlife, Large OH/UG Terminators Fault Indicator, 400A, OH 41 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, 2/0-2/0 3 3 2558 1676 12 457 QTY. S/N BR10 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 44 Bolt, Hexhead, w/Belleville & Flat Washers, SS, 1/2" x 2-1/2" Assembly 6 2584 45 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UPR6 UPR6 2 2 CM/DK 11/2/18 1600 PARALLEL 1000 MCM CABLE RISER :,7+‘6:,7&+ Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered Conductor, Copper-Clad Steel, #4 Cu Equivalent, Covered Rod, Ground, 5/8" x 8' Clamp, Ground Rod, 5/8", Small, Bronze Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galv., 1 1/2" Staple, Ground, Barbed, Galvanized, 1 1/2" 4 6 5 3 2 Support, Cable, 1000 MCM Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil Galv., 5/8" Screw, Lag, 1/2" x 4 1/2", Twist Drive, Drive Point Washer, Sq., Curved, Cast, 3" x 3" x 3/8" Thick x 13/16" Hole Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 14", Galv., 12,400 lbs Ultimate 3 1 3 2229 2217 1132 1 1 1 1392 156 Bracket, Terminator Mount, 48", 1000 MCM Cable 2842 21 Bolt, Machine, 3/4" x 16", Galv., 18,300 lbs Ultimate 2 175 9 11 10 8 7 Support, Cable, 1000 MCM 3 2229 1 UPR6 46 Guard, Wildlife, Polymer Arrester 3 2583 QTY. S/N N1 QTY. S/N ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 1 DESCRIPTION 1 11769 265 1 1 1 941 1825 1 QTY. S/N USG1 ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM ONE ASSEMBLY PER 600A PHASE DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG1 USG1 1 1 GGW/RWG 6/90 1600 PADMOUNT SWITCHGEAR 600 AMP ELBOW - 1000MCM CABLE 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 4/29/09 CM AH 3 12/5/19 CM GM Rev 3: Added torque requirements and material corrections. 600A Elbow Kit For Switchgear 1 2692 Install drain wire to drain attachment(s) per manufacturer's instructions Integral Bushing Padmount SwitchGear 2 3 4 5 6 1 2704 7 600A Elbow Sealing Kit 1 2376 8 4 3 6 2 7 5 ITEM NO. Each Kit Consists Of #2 to #7: Housing, Elbow, 600A Adapter, Cable, 1000 MCM Contact, Compression, 1000 MCM, Al, Non-Threaded Hole Plug, Loadbreak Reducing Tap, 600A-200A Cap, Protective Insulated, 200A, 15kV Stud, Al, 600A, T-Body to Reducer Plug COMPARTMENT-3 COMPARTMENT-4 COMPARTMENT-2 COMPARTMENT-1COMPARTMENT-1 COMPARTMENT-2 COMPARTMENT-4 COMPARTMENT-3 COMPARTMENT-1 COMPARTMENT-2 COMPARTMENT-4 COMPARTMENT-3 COMPARTMENT-3 COMPARTMENT-4 COMPARTMENT-2 COMPARTMENT-1 PME9 PME11 PME10 PME12 Access Door Side A B C C BA CB A A B C A B C C BA A B C CB A DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG2 USG2 1 2 HWH/MA 2/22/00 1600 PADMOUNT SWITCHGEAR CHART USE WITH STANDARD USG3 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH 4 12/5/19 CM GM Notes: 1. Material issue has the maximum number of fault indicators that may be used. Engineer to determine the actual number needed. 2. All new PMEs are ordered with the required number of 100E fuses for the configuration plus 3 spare 100E fuses. 3. If 65E or 125E fuses are required, the Engineer will have to call for the number needed plus 3 spares. PME10 PME11 PME9 PMH9 PMH11 PMH10 4 3 22 1 0 PME12 PMH12 13 Access Door Side Access Door Side Access Door Side 10 13 12 11 9 PME9 DESCRIPTION DEADFRONT (CPU Standard) QTY S/N QTY PME10 QTY PME11 QTY PME12 S/N PMH12 QTY PMH10 3 6 5 4 2 7 8 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG2 USG2 2 2 HWH/MA 2/22/00 1600 PADMOUNT SWITCHGEAR CHART USE WITH STANDARD USG3 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 4/29/09 CM AH 4 12/5/19 CM GM 17 18 Conductor, Cu, 2/0, 1C, 7-Str, Bare, Soft Drawn Connector, Crimpet, Cu, Run 1/0 - 2/0 Str, Tap 1/0 - 2/0 Str 40 2 457 379 4 50 3 45 1 35 2695 1 32 Indicator, Fault, UG, 800A, Test-Point, Voltage-Reset, 3-phase Elbow, Sealing Kit, 1000MCM 175 & 220 mil 2376 6 1293 600A Elbow Kit For Switchgear (USG1 Kit) 6 2692 1293 1825 12 6 93 6 1 1293 941 12 6 93 1769 12 6 93 6 265 1293 6 2704 1293 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, Run 4/0 Str, Tap 1/0 - 2/0 Str 459 6 1293 Elbow, 200A, LB, 1/0, 175 & 220 mil, Test Point, 15 kV, Jacket Seal 6 1312 -3 9 Strut, Slotted, 10’, 1-5/8" x 1-5/8", 12 Ga Galv 1 2958 221 Anchor, Sleeve, 1/2" x 3", Stainless Steel, 3/8" Thread 4 2959 884 Washer, Flat, 3/8", (304) Stainless Steel 4 1398 884 Connector, Crimpet, Cu, Run & Tap #2 Sol/Str (2C2) 6 455 -3 9 1 Each Kit Consists Of #3 to #8: Stud, Al, 600A, T-Body to Reducer Plug Cap, Protective Insulated, 200A, 15kV Plug, Loadbreak Reducing Tap, 600A-200A Contact, Compression, 1000 MCM, Al, Non-Threaded Hole Adapter, Cable, 1000 MCM Housing, Elbow, 600A DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG3 USG3 61 HWH/MA 2/22/00 1600 DEADFRONT SWITCHGEAR 612 VAULT DETAIL USE WITH STANDARD USG2 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 12/5/19 CM GM 1. Cable clamps required on 600A ways and not required on 200A ways. Install strut and cable clamps after setting switchgear to precisely land elbows on bushings. 2. Seal vacant conduits with reusable expanding duct plugs. 2" - S/N 29554" - S/N 2943 Seal conduits with cable using inflatable seals. 2" - S/N 29524" - S/N 2943 3. For PME9 and PME12, face switchgear side with two fuse bays toward access door. 4. Engineer to call for temporary lid (S/N 2958) when switch and vault installed separately. Notes: 26 27 28 24 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG3 USG3 62 HWH/MA 2/22/00 1600 DEADFRONT SWITCHGEAR 612 VAULT DETAIL USE WITH STANDARD USG2 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 12/5/19 CM GM 600A Elbow Detail Rev. 3 - Changed from 7' x 7' bottomless vault to 612-3 LA. 30 10 27 30 31 12 9 11 13 2 1 30 30 30 Fasten both lugs to ground bus 32 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG3 USG3 63 HWH/MA 2/22/00 1600 DEADFRONT SWITCHGEAR 612 VAULT DETAIL USE WITH STANDARD USG2 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 12/5/19 CM GM 200A Elbow Detail 17 18 14 15 16 30 10 27 30 31 30 30 30 32 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG3 USG3 64 HWH/MA 2/22/00 1600 DEADFRONT SWITCHGEAR 612 VAULT DETAIL USE WITH STANDARD USG2 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 12/5/19 CM GM 1'-6" 5'-0" 1'-4" 7'-10" 6'-8" 12'-8" SIDE VIEW 3' 3' 5'-8" 4'-9" 49.5" Rev. 3 - Changed from 7' x 7' bottomless vault to 612-3 LA. DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG3 USG3 65 HWH/MA 2/22/00 1600 DEADFRONT SWITCHGEAR 612 VAULT DETAIL USE WITH STANDARD USG2 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 12/5/19 CM GM SIDE VIEW End View 6'-8" 7'-10" Rev. 3 - Changed from 7' x 7' bottomless vault to 612-3 LA. 6'-8" External ground insert 2'-9" 3' 2'-1" 3'-9.526" 11'-10" 5'-10" 8" 6" 2' 2' 1'-5" GRADE 6" GRADE DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG3 USG3 66 HWH/MA 2/22/00 1600 DEADFRONT SWITCHGEAR 612 VAULT DETAIL USE WITH STANDARD USG2 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH 3 12/5/19 CM GM DESCRIPTION USG3 ITEM NO. QTY S/N Rack, Cable, 30" Hook, Cable Rack, 18" 8 16 2861 2863 Lug, Grounding, #8 Sol - 2/0 Str, 4-Way 6 842 Cable Support Side View Drill anchors for mount after setting switch 4" 1'-2" 4 Bolt, Washer, SS, 1/2" x 2" Assembly, w/ Si Br Nut 1389 4 Connector, Compression Lug, Cu, 2/0 Str 431 33 24 25 Switchgear to Vault Anchoring Detail 23 20 22 Strut must be cut to 5'-8-1/2" to fit across the lid blockout 19 2.585" 25 24 6.25" Cable Support Top View Mount cable clamps on door side of strut 2' 26 21 23 UFER Ground Connection 29 26 TYPICAL CROSS-SECTION NOTE 1: INSTALL 2 GROUND RODS AND 2/0 CU BUS LOOP AROUND VAULT AND BOND TO SWITCHGEAR CASE IN OPPOSITE CORNERS. NOTE 2: BOND CONCENTRIC NEUTRAL FROM URD CABLE TO 2/0 CU GROUND. LEAVE ENOUGH SEE USG-2 FOR OPTIONS 2/0 CU 600 AMP SIDE 42" 2/0 CU 2/0 CU VAULT LID 200 AMP SIDE 4" CONDUIT TRENCH DEPTH, 48" TYPICAL MINIMUM FINISH GRADE NOTE 3: REMOTE INDICATOR FOR FAULT INDICATOR IS TO BE INSTALLED IN THE UPPER HINGED-SIDE OF DOOR OF COMPARTMENT WITH INDICATOR. REV 2: ADDED CAULKING NOTE ƒ%(1'$//&21'8,76 SLACK TO OPERATE CABLES. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG4 USG-4 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1600 LIVEFRONT SWITCHGEAR 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 1/11/04 LB AH 2 10/7/05 LB AH NOTE: CAULK ALL AROUND SWITCHGEAR AND VAULT. 5(9$''('127(ƒ%(1')25&21'8,76 (CONDUIT SHOWN AS TYPICAL FOR 4" CONDUITS) ƒ%(1'$//&21'8,76 2"-4" 42" To Switch 4" CONDUIT DETAIL CROSS SECTION VAULT PLAN VIEW 2"-4" (LID OF VAULT) 5' 4" CONDUIT TRENCH DEPTH, To Switch 48" TYPICAL MINIMUM FINISH GRADE 12"-20" ALL CONDUITS ƒ%(1'6 REV 1: ADDED PHASING TO CONDUITS AND MATERIAL ISSUE. $‘ %‘ &‘ &‘ %‘ $‘ $‘ %‘ &‘ %‘ $‘ &‘ 1 2495 1541 1 S/N QTY ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION 1 VAULT, CONCRETE W/LID COVER, VAULT 71" X 77", FIBERGLASS 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG-5 USG-5 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1600 SWITCH VAULT DUCT ENTRY FOR 1000MCM CABLE 1 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 1/11/04 LB AH (4) 7/8" GALV. 3'-6" 3'-1" 2'-8" 4'-7" 6'-4" 7' ONE EACH SIDE PULL IRONS 5'-7 ‘$//+2/(6 3" DEEP Front View (Vault) KNOCKOUTS EACH SIDE & END Top View (Vault) 7' (OPEN BOTTOM) S/N 1541 - VAULT, CONCRETE, 600 AMP SW MOD (INCLUDES LID USG-7) REV 1 - ADD S/N BASE WIEGHT - 6,040 Lbs COLLAR WIEGHT - 2,740 Lbs R2 - Minor drawing changes DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG-6 USG-6 1 1 11/94 1600 SWITCH VAULT DETAIL VAULT BASE 2 MINOR DRAWING CHANGES 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 7/15/02 JEH TR 5' 7' 6" 4'-4" 7' Front View (Vault Lid) Top View (Vault Lid) GALV. UNISTRUT 4 PLACES S/N 1541 - VAULT, CONCRETE, 600 AMP SW MOD (INCLUDES VAULT USG-6) (TO BE USED WHEN SWITCHGEAR WILL BE INSTALLED LATER) COVER, VAULT, 71"x77" FIBERGLASS S/N 2495 - TOTAL WIEGHT - 798 Lbs BASE WIEGHT - 6,040 Lbs COLLAR WIEGHT - 2,740 Lbs R1 - Minor drawing changes DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of USG-7 USG-7 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1600 SWITCH VAULT DETAIL VAULT COVER 1 MINOR DRAWING CHANGES 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 7/15/02 JEH TR03/26/20
Section 1610 - Vault RoomsN New Stabdard R Redrawb Stabdard C Chabged Stabdard ~ No Chabge 161b V AULT R OOM 3/15/2010 N COVR Customer-Owbed Vault Room Requiremebts DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 1 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS TOPIC SEE PAGE Vault rooms shall be designed and constructed so they will be considered separate buildings under IBC 705. The vault room shall meet the requirements of NEC Article 450, Part III. Raceways shall be designed and constructed so they will be considered outside the building under NEC 230.6. Nothing in this standard shall be interpreted to conflict with the regulations of the State of Washington or other regulatory bodies that have jurisdiction. This standard documents requirements for customer-owned vault rooms containing equipment owned, operated, and maintained by Clark Public Utilities. Scope In This Standard Code Requirements CODE REQUIREMENTS 1 VAULT ROOM AVAILABILITY 2 VAULT ROOM LOCATION 2 CIRCUIT DESIGN CRITERIA 2 VAULT ROOM GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 3 TRANSFORMERS 6 J-BOXES 9 SWITCHES 9 CABLE AND CABLE RACKING 13 DUCT SYSTEMS 15 GROUNDING 15 SYSTEM PROTECTION 15 PERSONNEL ACCESS 16 FIRE DETECTION AND SUPPRESSION 18 OIL CONTAINMENT 18 VENTILATION 18 LIGHTING AND OUTLETS 20 APPROVAL DRAWINGS 20 PULLING EYES 5 SIGNAGE 16 VIBRATION DAMPERS 8 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 2 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS Equipment installed in a vault room shall not serve any other buildings. The equipment inside the vault room shall have the ability to be de-energized from outside the vault room without causing a permanent outage to other customers. The intent of this is to be able to de-energize the vault room in case of a fire or other hazardous circumstance. All vault room locations must be reviewed and approved by the Clark Construction Design Engineer. Vault rooms should be located at grade level adjacent to the exterior wall or under the sidewalk that is closest to Clark's existing distribution system. All vault rooms must have direct access with a boom truck. In all cases, the location shall be accessible by a door, removable wall, or ceiling to an outside location where Clark can reach the transformer, switchgear and related equipment for installation, maintenance and replacement. The customer shall provide a location where Clark crews will have 24-hour access to operate the equipment. Clark Public Utilities' preferred design is to use padmounted equipment installed outdoors. Equipment installed in a vault room is only allowed if the customer demonstrates that an outdoor installation is physically impractical, an undue hardship, or required by a government authority. Aesthetics alone is not adequate justification. Approval for use of a vault room must be obtained from the Clark Design Engineer prior to submitting a vault room design for review. Vault Room Availability Vault Room Location Circuit Design Criteria DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 3 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS Equipment, pipes, ducts, wires, and other fixtures allowed in a vault room shall be a necessary part of the Clark electrical installation. All items must be approved by the Clark Construction Design Engineer. No foreign fixtures may pass through a vault room or a cable room. This includes water or sewer pipes, or any other equipment that may require inspection or service by the customer. Vault rooms shall not be accessible to unqualified personnel. Vault rooms shall not be used as temporary or permanent storage spaces. All metering equipment and customer equipment, other than service conductors or bus, shall be located outside of the vault room. What is Allowed in the Vault Room Test and energize new facilities Terminate primary cables in any energized facilities Upon energizing the facilities, Clark will assume ownership of and maintain all primary cables and conduits, transformers, junction boxes, and other primary voltage equipment. Clark Public Utilities Responsibilities Customer Responsibilities Continued on next page Vault Room General Requirements Approval for use of a vault room must be obtained from the Clark Design Engineer prior to submitting a vault room design for review. The customer is responsible for providing and installing all facilities. All materials must comply with Clark technical standards and be supplied from Clark's material list by an approved distributor. All Clark primary voltage facilities must be installed per Clark technical standards by a contractor on Clark's list of approved electrical contractors. Customer General Responsibilities Vault room located either inside or on the exterior of the building constructed as specified in NEC 450, Section III, Transformer Vaults. Personnel and equipment access doors. Restricted room access to qualified utility workers only. See WAC 295-45-035. Smooth floor surface for rolling/sliding of equipment if access for installation and removal is not directly above transformer. Fire detection equipment (smoke and temperature). Portable ABC fire extinguisher outside access door(s). Any additional equipment or systems required by local fire officials. Clark does not allow water fire suppression in vault rooms. Adequate ventilation for cooling of equipment. The customer will provide, install, and maintain the following: Vault Room Requirement Location, Design, Layout, and Access Fire Detection/ Suppression Ventilation DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 4 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS Ground bus for equipotential zone. Oil containment sills, sumps, oilwater separators, drains, and valves Inserts, ducts, or knockouts in the wall for entrance and termination of ducts for primary cable, and Clark Communications cables. Pulling inserts/hooks for installation of cables. Racking for primary and secondary service cables. Room lighting, emergency lighting, and convenience outlets. All service cables, rigid bus, and supports up to the point of interconnection. Drawings for approval by Clark Public Utilities Construction Design Engineer. All electrical systems, components, and elements, including supporting structures and attachments, shall be installed in accordance with the International Building Code (IBC), Section 1621. The vault room shall be designed so the noise and vibration from the transformer, fans, and other equipment, is not objectionable to the tenants of the building. Customer to install "Warning" and "Danger" signs provided by Clark Switch rooms shall be labeled w/ switch number provided by Clark Transformer rooms shall be permanently marked w/ 2" phenolic numbers and letters (i.e. Transformer 1234-2500.) Ground Bus Seismic Oil Containment Duct and Cable Racking Lighting and Outlets Service Conductors Approval Drawings Noise and Vibration Signage The customer will provide all copies of keys to Clark. The customer will not keep copies of any keys to the vault room. Keys DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 5 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS Pulling eyes are required in Clark's vaults. Pulling eye number, location, and height shall be determined and approved by the Clark Construction Design Engineer. The location of pulling eyes should be chosen to facilitate moving electrical equipment, including cable, to be located in or removed from the vault. Minimally, but without duplication, pulling eyes for rigging equipment shall be installed as follows: x opposite the entry door (one); x adjacent to the entry door (one); x centered on each wall without a center door; x opposite each conduit entrance at approximately the same height (one); x adjacent to one side of each conduit entrance (one); x for vaults with ceiling hatches for transformer installation and removal, pulling eyes should be installed adjacent to the hatches (two); and x similarly, for conduits entering through the ceiling or the floor, pulling eyes should be installed adjacent and opposite the conduit entrances (two). Locations for pulling eyes can vary depending on the vault plan and configuration (entry door, conduit entrance, hatch, and transformer locations). Clark prefers that pulling eyes on walls shall be at a height of 26 inches from the floor although for conduit entrances, the height of the pulling irons should approximately match the height of the conduits. If the vault is constructed of concrete blocks, eyes may be floor-mounted. Pulling eyes shall be installed with the following requirements: x Pulling eyes shall be made of stainless steel. x Pulling eye installation shall be rated and labeled in the vault as 10,000 pounds pulling strength. x Install pulling eyes behind concrete reinforcing rebar steel ( Note : spacing and size of rebar to be determined by a licensed civil engineer.). Pulling Eyes Top View Front View (Inside Vault) Side View Pulling Eyes Shown Embedded in Concrete Vault Walls Behind Reinforcing Steel Inside Vault Inside Vault Note : Eyes typically opposite entry doors or conduit entrance. Rebar Pulling Eye Rebar Pulling Eye Rebar Pulling Eye Dimensions and Clearances The opening or hatch and transformer must be in a location on the property where it is accessible by lift equipment that is owned by Clark or its normal utility contractor. The hatch must be equipped with Clark's standard lifting inserts or the customer shall provide any non-standard lifting devices for use with the rigging of a mobile crane. The access hatch may be one piece or in sections. No portion of the hatch shall weigh more than 15,000 pounds. A personnel access door shall be provided. Installing and Removing If the vault room is at grade level adjacent to an exterior wall, the vault room will have a 10' x 10' equipment door on the exterior wall so the transformer can be moved by a boom truck. If the vault room is in the sidewalk, the vault room can be open on top to the outside air and have a minimum 12-foot by 12-foot clear opening obtained by removing an access hatch. Vault rooms shall be a minimum of 24' x 20'. The minimum equipment entry door size shall be 10' x 10'. The minimum ceiling height shall be 12'. Minimum clearances for transformers are 10 feet in front, 3 feet sides and back, and 5 feet above. See Figures 1 and 2. Note : The customer is responsible for removal and replacement of any seals or coverings in preparation for installation or removal of equipment. Transformers DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 6 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS Equipment Door If equipment shall be installed and removed through a wall, the minimum access door required is 10 feet wide by 10 feet high. Variance If the preferred method for installation and removal are not met, the customer must get a written variance from the Clark Construction Design Engineer. Multiple Transformers If multiple transformers are required to serve a facility, they will be required to be placed in separate rooms to keep an equipment failure of one transformer from damaging or preventing access to the other equipment. 2000 to 2500kVA Transformers These transformers require a S&C Vista switch, whether inside or outside the building, for system protection. Service Conductors The number of available secondary transformer connections is 8 conductors per phase. If more are needed, contact the Clark Design Engineer. Continued on next page Insulating Fluid All vault room transformers shall be filled with natural ester fluids. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 7 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR Mandatory personnel access door on switch side when there are no equipment doors To Customer Switchgear Bus Stub, Flange or Conduit Transformer 10' Min. working space needed to operate transformer. Figure 1: Transformer vault room (top view) 20' Min. 24' Min 10' Max 10' Doors 10' Min Clear Space 3'-0" 3'-0" Continued on next page Pulling eye adjacent to equipment door Pulling eye in ceiling Pulling eye adjacent to & opposite conduit entrance Pulling eye in center of wall 12' x 12' min. lift out panel to remove transformer from vault Pulling eye in ceiling 3'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 8 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR 12' 20' Min 3' Min 36" Radius Customer Service Cables From Above 10' x 10' doors required if the transformer will be removed through these doors. Access Hatch Figure 2: Transformer vault room (side view) Incoming Ducts Vibration Dampers Transformers installed in customer-owned vaults must be placed on vibration dampening pads to isolate the building from transformer vibrations and noise. 5' Min. T W L Transformer Front View Top View W L T DESCRIPTION 4" 8" 1/2" Pad, Vibration Dampening A B XFMR WT. ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY A Pad, Vibration Dampening 4"x8"x1/2" 4 6,400lb. 9,600lb. 17,000lb. B Tubing, Rectangular Steel 4"x2"x60" 2 A Pad, Vibration Dampening 4"x8"x1/2" 6 B Tubing, Rectangular Steel 4"x2"x60" 3 A Pad, Vibration Dampening 4"x8"x1/2" 9 B Tubing, Rectangular Steel 4"x2"x60" 3 12' 4" 60" 2" Tubing, Rectangular Steel, 1/8" Wall, Hot-Dipped Galvanized DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 9 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR The junction bushings shall be mounted 36 inches above the floor The cables shall be racked on the wall and not laid on the floor. The cables shall be secured to the racking. The racking shall be supplied and installed by the customer. The racking must be approved by Clark's Standards Engineer. The portions of the cables close to the elbow shall be free to move and not be trapped under other cables. There shall be enough slack to easily move the elbows from the junction bushings to the stand-off brackets. The cable shall not come out of the floor directly below the junction bushings because this does not provide adequate slack. The cables may approach the racking from above, or below, or a combination. A 10-foot by 10-foot working space shall be provided in front of the junction bushings. When space is not available for the normal exterior junction vault, junction bushings may be installed on a wall in a separate vault room. Use of interior junction bushings should be avoided whenever possible to reduce access times during emergency conditions. If junction boxes are installed in a vault room, the space must be designed to accommodate the following: Continued on next page J-Boxes The preferred design when switches are required to serve a new customer is to have them set outside the building and above ground (padmounted). If they cannot be located outside of the building, they must be placed in a vault room separate from the transformer. The switches required for vault rooms are the S&C "Vista" switch. Transformers greater than 1500kVA will require a S&C "Vista" switch, whether inside or outside the building, for system protection. Room Dimensions and Clearances Vault rooms for switches shall be a minimum of 24' x 15'. The minimum ceiling height shall be 12'. Vault rooms shall provide a minimum working space of 10 feet deep and 8 feet wide from the control panel side of the switch, and 3 feet on the sides. The minimum equipment entry door side shall be 10' x 10'. The room shall be a minimum of 8 feet from the floor to the cable racks above. See Figures 3 and 4. Switches DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 10 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR The opening or hatch and switch must be in a location on the property where it is accessible by lift equipment that is owned by Clark or its normal utility contractor. The hatch must be equipped with Clark's standard lifting inserts or the customer shall provide any non-standard lifting devices for use with the rigging of a mobile crane. The entire access hatch, if one piece, or each section, must weigh 15,000 pounds or less. x The preferred method of installing and removing the switch is by a boom truck. The door shall be 10' x 10'. The vault room can be open on top to the outside or have a minimum 10' x 10' opening for a S&C "Vista" switch obtained by removing an access. Installing and Removing the Switch Note : The customer is responsible for removal and replacement of any seals or coverings in preparation for installation or removal of equipment. Equipment Door If equipment shall be installed and removed through a wall, the minimum access door required is 10 feet wide by 10 feet high. Multiple Switches If multiple switches are required to serve a facility, they will be placed in separate rooms to keep an equipment failure from damaging or limiting access to the other equipment. Continued on next page x x DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 11 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR Mandatory Personnel Access Door When There Are No Equipment Doors Figure 3: Vista Switch Vault Room (Top View) 3' Equipment Door 10' x 10' 24' Min. Primary Ducts Continued on next page Pulling eye in ceiling 15' Min. Access Hatch Equipment Door 10' x 10' Vista Switch wall mounted 35" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 12 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR Figure 4: Vista Switch Vault Room (Side View) Personnel Access Door Access Hatch 8' Min to Cable Rack 24" Tank is 35" wide. Anchor brackets are 37" apart. 3' min Primary Ducts Vista Switch wall mounted Equipment Access Door Jumper wires for isolation 12' min DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 13 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR Cable Bending Radius The minimum bending radius of any primary or secondary cable shall not be less than 36 inches. Space shall be provided for entry and training of the primary and secondary cables. Clearance Responsibilities Customer's Responsibilities Furnish, install, and maintain the service cables. Furnish all conduit and racking inside the building required to bring the primary and service conductors to the switchgear and/or transformer. Clark's Responsibilities Maintain the primary voltage cables. Cable and Cable Racking Furnish and install the primary 1/0 cables. Furnish and install the primary 1000MCM cables. Terminate 1/0 cable Terminate 1000MCM cable The service cables must be completely supported to keep the weight of the cables from damaging the transformer secondary bushings. The customer supplies the service conductors to the secondary lugs of the transformer and terminates. The number of available secondary transformer connections is 8 conductors per phase. Service Conductors Conduits opening to the building interior shall be firestopped. To ensure oil containment, secondary conduits shall be installed a minimum of 24 inches above the vault floor. Figure 5 shows a typical detail for encasing ducts entering through the vault floor. Continued on next page DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 14 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR 2' Min. Wall Floor E C n o c n a c s r e e m t e e n t Conduit Figure 5: Encasing Ducts For Oil Containment DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 15 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR Responsibilities Customer's Responsibility Provide a primary duct system from the vault room(s) to a location outside the facility as specified by Clark. Provide raceways for Clark conductors that meet the requirements of NEC 230.6. Sealing the exterior of all ducts or inserts for ducts where they penetrate through the outside of the building or vault rooms. Firestop all conduits leaving the vault room except 1000MCM conduits. Clark's Responsibility Design the duct system to be used by specifying the type, size, location, and number of conduits Firestop all 1000MCM conduits leaving the vault room Duct Systems The customer is responsible for installing a ground bus along the back wall of the vault room. The ground bus will be a 4/0 copper conductor. The ground bus will be located 1 foot above the floor and must not cross any access doors. The ground bus shall be tied to the building's grounding electrode system and building reinforcing structure to create an equal potential zone in the vault room. This requires inspection by Clark prior to pouring concrete. The ground bus shall be tapped to each piece of equipment (not daisy-chained), so the ground wire to one piece of equipment can be cut without leaving other pieces of equipment ungrounded. Clark will provide overcurrent protection for the primary side of the transformer but does not provide any protection on the secondary side of the transformer for the customer's service cables. Grounding System Protection DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 16 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR A direct and unobstructed rescue/escape route through a personnel access door shall be provided from every working space where an operator will stand when he/she operates a switch in or on a sealed piece of equipment (a S&C "Vista" switch or a 200-amp elbow on a piece of equipment). The personnel access door allows 24-hour access to the vault room from outside the building. The access shall meet NESC Section 113. Doors shall be designed for Clark's Substation lock cores or have a Vinter Changeable Hasp installed to accept a Clark padlock with a 3/8-inch shank. Personnel access doors can be a standard size (3' x 6'8" min). All standard-size access doors into the vault room shall open outward and shall be equipped with panic bars, pressure plates or other devices that are normally latched but open under simple pressure. Equipment access doors (hinged or roll-up) must be a minimum of 10 feet wide. Bollards may be required to protect access to the vault room. Personnel Access Door to Transformers and Switches Signage All vault rooms shall have "Warning" signs on the outside of all access doors and "Danger" signs on the inside of all access doors in accordance with ANSI Z535. Clark will provide the signs to the customer. The customer is responsible for installing them at a height of 5' to the top of the sign from the floor. The customer will provide and install 2" phenolic numbers and letters 3" below the "Warning" sign with the name of the equipment and the equipment number. Clark will provide the switch number label. See Figures 6 and 7. If a roll-up door is used for equipment access, the "Warning" signs, "Danger" signs, and phenolic letters and numbers can be placed on the concrete wall on the side of the door at the same heights. Placards will be used instead of adhesive signs. Continued on next page DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 17 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR Figure 6: Outside of Access Doors to Vault Room Transformer Vault Room Switch Vault Room WARNING Transformer 1234-500 5'-0" 3" WARNING Switch 12-4567 5'-0" 3" Floor Figure 7: Inside of Access Doors to Vault Room DANGER 5'-0" Floor DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 18 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR The vault room shall be built to meet the NEC 450 Section III and the IBC 705. A portable ABC-rated fire extinguisher shall be located outside each personnel access door. The customer is responsible for keeping the fire extinguisher up to date. Fire detection equipment (smoke and temperature) shall be located where they can be tested and maintained without climbing over or on top of transformers or switches. Requirements for Customer-owned Vault Rooms Electrical fires and oil fires are not easily controlled by sprinklers. Water sprayed on burning oil can cause frothing and boilover. If the capacity of the containment system is exceeded, flaming oil can overflow and expand the scope of a fire. For these reasons, Clark does not recommend water sprinkler systems in vault rooms. If the local fire department requires a sprinkler system in the room, a containment system shall be installed that is sized to adequately handle the water volume of the room's sprinkler system, plus the volume of oil of the transformer. Water Sprinkler Systems in Vault Rooms The transformer vault room shall include an oil containment system that can store 500 gallons of oil. Floor drains are not allowed in Clark's vault rooms. Removable or breakable sills may be required at each access door. Fire Detection and Suppression Oil Containment Continued on next page Natural Circulation The preferred method of ventilation is natural circulation to the outside air. The minimum net clear area required for natural ventilation is 3 square inches for each kVA of transformer capacity (see Table 3). Only the area of the opening shall be included in this calculation and not the area occupied by a screen or grating if present. All the ventilation area may be in the ceiling or along the walls, but not within 2' of the floor. Ventilation DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 19 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR Forced-Air If natural ventilation to the outside air is not available, forced ventilation will be provided. The minimum cubic feet per minute (c.f.m.) of airflow will be 1.6 times the transformer capacity in kVA (shown in Table 3). Forced ventilation will be controlled by a thermostat set to come on at 86 degrees Fahrenheit and turn off at 140 degrees Fahrenheit. If the room temperature exceeds 140 degrees Fahrenheit, an alarm shall sound in the building management system. All ventilation openings to the inside of the building will be supplied with automatically closing fire dampers. All ventilation openings will be to the outside of the building to prevent smoke damage. The c.f.m. airflow factor of 1.6 times the kVA was obtained using the following formula: Q = (3.16 x WL) (t i - t 0 ) Where: Q = Rate of air transfer in c.f.m. WL= Transformer full load loss in watts t i 0D[LPXPDOORZDEOHWHPSHUDWXUHLQYDXOWRUƒ) ƒ& t o ,QFRPLQJDPELHQWDLUWHPSHUDWXUHRUƒ) ƒ& Airflow Factor Formula Table 3 Minimum net clear opening required for natural ventilation or c.f.m. for forced ventilation Natural Ventilation Transformer (kVA) (Sq Ft) (Sq In) (C.F.M.) 300 500 750 1000 1500 2000* 2500* 6.25 10.41 15.63 20.82 31.23 41.64 52.05 900 1500 2250 3000 4500 6000 7500 480 800 1200 1600 2400 3200 4000 Forced Ventilation * Require S&C "Vista" switch for system protection. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of COVR COVR 20 20 CM/AH 2/1/10 1610 CUSTOMER-OWNED VAULT ROOM REQUIREMENTS COVR These are the requirements for lighting and outlets in vault rooms: All four sides of the equipment shall be illuminated. Vault room lighting shall be provided at a rate of 3 watts per square foot of floor space. The light switch shall be located inside the vault room next to the personnel access doorway. Emergency lighting shall be provided as specified in the NEC-700, Emergency Systems. A 120-volt duplex convenience receptacle shall be provided on two opposite walls of the vault. The customer shall provide an additional convenience outlet to power a communication enclosure required by Clark Public Utilities for supervisory and data acquisition controls for switch rooms. All branch lighting and outlet circuits serving the vault room shall be tied to the facility's emergency generator panel. The customer shall be responsible for providing detailed construction drawings, for Clark Public Utilities' approval, outlining: The dimensions, layout, and location within the building of vault rooms, given in both plan and profile Load bearing capabilities of all areas subject to equipment loads Access doors Oil containment Ventilation Lighting and outlets Knockouts or inserts for Clark's ducts entering the vault Grounding system. Fire detection system and fire extinguisher location. Fire rating of vault room walls, floor, ceiling and doors/hatches Equipment removal plan if not by boom truck through an exterior door or through an opening or access hatch directly over the equipment. Customer's secondary bus system and supports Support system for primary cable runs Responsibilities Customer Design Responsibilities Shall provide the vault room drawings during the preliminary design stage of the project. Clark's Design Responsibilities Shall review and approve vault room design drawings in a timely fashion. Lighting and Outlets Approval Drawings03/15/10
Section 1700 - UG SecondaryN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1700 U NDERGROUND S ECONDARY 3/13/2020 ~ UB30 - UB60 Basic Units - Underground Secondary ~ UBDR 120/240 Temporary Pedestal Mounted BDR C UE18,UE38 Secondary J - Box 17" x 30" x 18" Deep (Light Duty) Secondary J - Box 24 " x 36 " x 18 " C UED6 Secondary Pedestal Assembly ~ US - 1 UG Secondary Splice ~ US6 Padmount Transformer Assembly 1 Ø Secondary ~ US35 - US38 Secondary Connectors 3 Ø Padmount Transformer DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UB30,UB40,UB50,UB60 UB30 1 1 ELM 1/22/80 1700 BASIC UNITS UNDERGROUND SECONDARY 3 REDRAWN IN CAD 3 8/16/02 1700 Underground Secondary 1700 Underground Secondary GROUND LINE 8' GROUND ROD CONNECTION DIAGRAM #4 STR CU REV 2: Removed note SCREW PROOF TAMPER 120V (2) BREAKERS CIRCUIT 240V 1-240V OUTLET (20 AMP) 2-120V GFI OUTLETS (20 AMP) WEATHERPROOFED DISCONNECT JUNCTION BOX TRANSFORMER TO #4 STR CU MOUNTED PEDESTAL BDR (240V BREAKER IS GFI) DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UBDR UBDR 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1700 120/240 TEMPORARY PEDESTAL MOUNTED BDR 1 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 4/26/04 LB AH 2 5/30/07 LB AH 1700 Underground Secondary 1700 Underground Secondary Side View Top View 4" Source Load 2 Load 1 2"-4" DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UE18,UE38 UE18 1 2 GGW/RWG 4/92 1700 SECONDARY JUNCTION BOX 17" x 30" x 18" DEEP (LIGHT DUTY) 24" x 36" x 18" DEEP (HEAVY DUTY) 3 10/7/15 JEH DK 4 10/29/18 KJP 5 6/24/19 JDK 6 12/2/19 KJP Rev. 6 - Updated drawing and material list.1. Do not install S/N 2556 in streets, alleys, or highways. 2. Cut all cables long enough to allow makeup to be done above the box top with cables in an approximately vertical position. 3. Bend cables down after makeup so that lid can be installed. 4. Use silicone grease on all allen wrench plugs and cable boots (both ends). 5. if additional depth is needed, place one box upside down, bolt the 2 boxes together and salvage one lid. (S/N 2556 only). Notes: submersible PEDs vertically 1 2 000000 0000 00 000 000 Occasional Traffic Areas (S/N 2556):- Rated 10,000 pounds - This box is NOT for use in streets, alley or highways. Do NOT use in driveways if location is part of the normal traveled way Heavier Traffic Areas (S/N 2608): - Rated 20,000 pounds - This box is 24" x 36" x 18" - May be used in alleys or driveways-only rated 20k - Do NOT use in streets or highways DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UE18,UE38 UE18 2 2 GGW/RWG 4/92 1700 SECONDARY JUNCTION BOX 17" x 30" x 18" DEEP (LIGHT DUTY) 24" x 36" x 18" DEEP (HEAVY DUTY) 3 10/7/15 CM DK 4 10/29/18 KJP 5 6/24/19 JDK 6 12/2/19 KJP ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEMNO. 2 1 IDENTIFICATION TAG 2'-0" Property Line CURB LOCATION IN SUBDIVISION LegNeutral 3' PEDESTAL TRANSFORMER CURB 14" BURIED DEPTH 000000 00 0 0 0 0 00 0 000 FRONT FRONT Notes: 8" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UED6 UED6 1 2 HWH/ELM 1980 1700 SECONDARY PEDESTAL ASSEMBLY 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 4/26/04 LB AH 2 3/12/20 KJP Rev. 2 - Added label for 480v service, torque ratings, additional measurements, added notes on connectors and changed "Ø" to "leg" on drawing. FOR 480V SERVICE Add S/N 794 "480 VOLTS" Label to "WARNING" label when pedestal is used for 480 V service. Leg 5 to 6" 28" 8' GROUND ROD TRANSFORMERTO Property Line Property Line PEDESTAL Property Line FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW SOURCE STREETLIGHT LOAD 2 LOAD 1 UED4 QTY. S/N NEUTRAL LEG STREETLIGHT SOURCE LOAD 1 LOAD 2 STREETLIGHT LOAD 1LOAD 2 SOURCE LEG LOAD 3 LOAD 4 LOAD 4 LOAD 3 LOAD 3 LOAD 4 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of UED6 UED6 2 2 HWH/ELM 1980 1700 SECONDARY PEDESTAL ASSEMBLY 0 2/23/00 HWH MA 1 4/26/04 LB AH 2 3/12/20 KJP Rev 2: Added label for 480v service, torque ratings, additional measurements, added notes on connectors and changed "Ø" to "leg" on drawing. Recommended torque: 23-38 ft-lb Do NOT Use Impact Driver/Wrench DO NOT Cut Zip Ties off Plastic PED Covers Zip Ties MUST Be Reinstalled APPLY SILICONE GREASE TO CABLES FOR EASE OF ASSEMBLY. NOTES: 1. THIS SPLICE IS FOR ANY 600 VOLT OR LESS APPLICATION. 2. THIS SPLICE CAN BE DIRECTLY BURIED OR USED IN A HAND HOLE OR VAULT. 3. OTHER SIZES ARE AVAILABLE FOR SPECIAL APPLICATIONS. US-1 SIN MATERIAL LIST DESCRIPTION ITEM QTY. 2 1 1 SPLICE KIT, 600V, U.G. 1215 CONNECTOR, SLEEVE 1 # WIRE SIZE 2/0 AL 4/0 AL 350 AL 2/0-4/0 AL 4/0-350 AL #SIN 1166 1167 1169 1454 1455 OTHER USES HALF-READY SPLICE CABLE CAP DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of US-1 US-1 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1700 UNDERGROUND SECONDARY SPLICE 0 0 2/23/00 HWH MA FRONT VIEW OF TRANSFORMER TOP VIEW OF PAD WINDOW (SHOWING CONDUIT AND CONDUCTOR LOCATION) SECONDARY CONDUITS AS NEEDED * * - GROUNDING LUG NOTE: 1.) USE Z-BAR OPENINGS NEAREST TO TANK FIRST. LUG TO TANK. INSTALL GROUNDING 2.) 2 1 REV 1 - ADDED GROUNDING LUG; CHANGED Z-BAR POSITION Cover, Connector, U.G. Connector, Z-Bar #2-500KCM + St. Lt. 2 1 DESCRIPTION 3 3 QTY. 2266 2265 S/N NOTE: 100 KVA TRANSFORMER REQUIRES S/N #2318 FOR Z-BAR CONNECTOR. REV 2 - UPDATED FOR ALL-CONDUIT SYSTEM AND ADDED "NOTE" FOR 100KVA Z-BAR CONNECTORS. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of US6 US6 1 1 JEH 2/22/00 1700 PADMOUNT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY SINGLE PHASE SECONDARY 1 ADDED GROUNDING LUG 1 2/23/00 HWH MA 2 12/29/04 LB AH 3" 2" (MAXIMUM 6) ITEM NO. 1. THIS SPECIFICATION COVERS 3Ø PADMOUNTED TRANSFORMERS 75 THRU 1500KVA, 120/208 VOLTS AND 277/480 VOLTSK 2. CONDUCTOR SIZE RANGE IS 1/0 THRU 750 MCM. 3. SEE STD. UT30-UT32 IN SECTION 1400 FOR MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTK NOTES: US35 US36 GROUND LUG DESCRIPTION S/N QTY. US38 US37 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 1/2" Belleville Assembly, SS 2" Bolt and Washers W/ Bronze Nut R O Connector, PET, 6-750 Al/Cu 1/0 to 750 Cover, Connector, 6-75M N R O N 4 4 2176 2584 US35 US36 DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 4 QTY. 4 4 QTY. 4 2129 S/N 2176 1389 S/N 2129 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of US35-US3U US35 N N HWH/MA 2/23/0M 1700 SECONDARY CONNECTORS THREE PHASE PADMOUNT TRANSFORMERS N 11/12/10 KJP Rev 1: Changed to Belleville Assembly 1/2" Belleville Assembly, SS 2 1/2" Bolt and Washers W/ Bronze Nut Connector, PET, 6-750 Al/Cu 1/0 to 750 Cover, Connector, 6-75M R O N 4 4 2182 1389 4 2181 1/2" Belleville Assembly, SS 2" Bolt and Washers W/ Bronze Nut Connector, PET, 8-750 Al/Cu 1/0 to 750 Cover, Connector, 8-75M R O N 4 4 2182 2584 4 2181 1/2" Belleville Assembly, SS 2 1/2" Bolt and Washers W/ Bronze Nut Connector, PET, 8-750 Al/Cu 1/0 to 750 Cover, Connector, 8-75M US37 US38 ITEM NOK ITEM NOK ITEM NOK ITEM NOK03/13/20
Section 1790 - Transmission Basic UnitsN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1790 T RANSMISSION B ASIC U NITS 12/30/2020 ~ TPR1 , - LC Vertical Line Post Insulator ~ TPR2 , - LC Horizontal Line Post Insulator C TPR3 , - LC Double Horizontal Line Post Insulator ~ TPR4 , - P Suspension Insulator Swing Corner ~ TPR5 Deadend Assembly 336 ACSR to 900 ACSR Bare ~ TPR5P Deadend Assembly 1557 ACSR/TW C TPR6 Double Deadend Assembly 336 ACSR to 900 ACSR Bare N TPR6P Double Deadend Assembly 1557 ACSR/TW Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 4 5 3 Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" DESCRIPTION Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile 2 2 2 1911 2351 1901 QTY. TPR1LC S/N Insulator, Line Post Vertical, 115kV, 3180 lb Ultimate Cantilever 1 1 2345 Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC to 1557 ACSR/TW Bare 2 1 316 ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3180 lb 4'-4" 1'-8" 1'-0" 2 1 5 3 4 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPR1,TPR1LC TPR1 1 1 8/1/01 1790 115kV TRANSMISSION BASIC UNITS VERTICAL LINE POST INSULATOR 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW BARE 1 3/28/02 HWH DLK 2 1/4/17 CM DK 3 5/4/20 JK 7" 1'-7" 1'-0" Rev. 3 - Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating. Install split bolt 2 2 2 1911 2351 1901 QTY. TPR1 S/N 1 2345 1 317 For 336 ACSR or 397 AAC bare, use Std TPR1LC. Note : NO. ITEM 4 5 3 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile 1 2 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Line Post Horizontal, 115kV, 3200 lb Ultimate Cantilever 2 2 2 1911 2351 1901 S/N QTY. 1 1 2346 316 TPR2LC ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb 1'-4.6" 5'-0" 5 3 4 1 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPR2,TPR2LC TPR2 1 1 1/31/82 1790 115kV TRANSMISSION BASIC UNITS HORIZONTAL LINE POST INSULATOR 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW BARE 1 2/22/00 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 1/4/17 CM DK 3 5/4/20 JK ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb 2 Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC to 1557 ACSR/TW Bare 1'-0" Rev. 3 - Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating. For 336 ACSR or 397 AAC bare, use Std TPR2LC. Note : 2 2 2 1911 2351 1901 S/N QTY. 1 1 2346 317 TPR2 NO. ITEM 4 3Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 7/8" Bolt, Double Arm, 7/8" x 26", Galv, 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile 1 2 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Line Post Horizontal, 115kV, 3200 lb Ultimate Cantilever 4 2 2351 2983 S/N QTY. 2 2 2346 316 TPR3LC 5'-0" 1'-4.6" 1'-0" 4 3 1 2 DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPR3,TPR3LC TPR3 1 1 LB/AH 8/1/01 1790 115kV TRANSMISSION BASIC UNITS DOUBLE HORIZONTAL POST INSULATORS 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW BARE 1 3/28/02 HWH DLK 2 1/4/17 CM DK 3 5/4/20 JK 4 12/28/20 KJP ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC to 1557 ACSR/TW Bare Rev. 4 - Changed machine bolts to DA bolts. For 336 ACSR or 397 AAC bare, use Std TPR3LC. Note: 4 2 2351 2983 S/N QTY. 2 2 2346 317 TPR3 NO. ITEM Detail A DA Bolt Nuts Spring Washer Round Washer See Detail A 5 Washer, Flat Round, Galv, 7/8" 4 2978 4 2978 5 6 5 Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 1 2 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Suspension, Polymer, 115kV, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clevis, Y-Ball, 30,000 lb Ultimate 2 2 2351 1901 QTY. S/N 1 1 2350 320 TPR4P 3 Clamp, Suspension, 336 ACSR To 900 ACSR Bare, 25,000 lb Ultimate 1 308 4 Plate, Pole Eye, 36,000 lb Ultimate 2 1908 ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb ULTIMATE LOAD 42,000 lb @ 45° 7/8" BOLT (2) 25,400 lb ea. ULTIMATE LOAD 36,000 lb HORIZONTALLY LOAD LIMITS ULTIMATE LOAD 25,000 lb ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb 3 1 2 5 6 4 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPR4,TPR4P TPR4 1 1 8/1/01 1790 115kV TRANSMISSION BASIC UNITS SUSPENSION INSULATOR-SWING CORNER 336 ACSR TO 900 ACSR BARE 1 3/28/02 HWH DLK 2 1/4/17 CM DK 3 2/11/19 KJP ULTIMATE LOAD 25,000 lb 4'-2" 7 4" 7 1 1681 Socket/Eye, 13/16" Eye, 1" Wide Base Rev. 3 - Updated suspension clamp rating. For 1557 ACSR/TW bare, use Std TPR4P. Note : 2 2 2351 1901 QTY. S/N 1 1 2350 320 TPR4 1 307 2 1908 1 1681 NO. ITEM 6 5 1 2 DESCRIPTION 2 2 2351 1901 QTY. S/N 1 1 2350 320 TPR5 4 2 1908 1 4 2 6 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPR5 TPR5 1 1 8/1/01 1790 115kV TRANSMISSION BASIC UNITS DEADEND ASSEMBLY 336 ACSR TO 900 ACSR BARE 1 3/28/02 HWH DLK 2 8/23/17 CM DK Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" Insulator, Suspension, Polymer, 115kV, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clevis, Y-Ball, 30,000 lb Ultimate Plate, Pole Eye, 36,000 lb Ultimate 3 3 Clamp, Strain, 336 ACSR to 900 ACSR, Deadend, 30,000 lb Ultimate 1 2467 4'-2" Rev. 2 - Deleted TPR5A w/ split bolt, updated materials, and added note. NO. ITEM ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb 7/8" BOLT (2) 25,400 lb ea ULTIMATE LOAD 36,000 lb HORIZONTALLY ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb LOAD LIMITS 4'-2" For 1557 ACSR/TW bare, use Std TPR5P. Note : 5 ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb 6 5 1 2 DESCRIPTION 2 2 2351 1901 QTY. S/N 1 1 2350 320 TPR5P 4 2 1908 1 4 2 6 5 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPR5P TPR5P 1 1 5/6/1996 1790 115kV TRANSMISSION BASIC UNITS DEADEND ASSEMBLY 1557 ACSR/TW 1 1/4/17 CM DK Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" Insulator, Suspension, Polymer, 115kV, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clevis, Y-Ball, 30,000 lb Ultimate Plate, Pole Eye, 36,000 lb Ultimate ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb 3 3 Deadend Compression, W/ Jumper, Terminal Pad, 1557 ASCR/TW 1 2421 7 4'-2" Rev. 1 - Changed from TSVDE-P to TPR5P. 7 1 333 Clevis, Socket, 30,000 lb Ultimate NO. ITEM 6 5 NO.1 2 ITEM DESCRIPTION 4 2 2351 2980 QTY. S/N 2 2 2350 320 TPR6 3 2 2467 4 2 1908 ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb ULTIMATE LOAD30,000 lb 7/8" BOLT (2) 25,400 lb ea ULTIMATE LOAD36,000 lb HORIZONTALLY ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb LOAD LIMITS 1 3 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPR6 TPR6 1 1 CM/DK 1/4/17 1790 115kV TRANSMISSION BASIC UNITS DOUBLE DEADEND ASSEMBLY 336 ACSR TO 900 ACSR BARE 1 12/28/20 KJP Bolt, Double Arm, 7/8" x 20", Galv, 25,400 lb Ultimate Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 7/8" Insulator, Suspension, Polymer, 115kV, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clevis, Y-Ball, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clamp, Strain, 336 ACSR to 900 ACSR, D.E., 30,000 lb Ultimate Plate, Pole Eye, 36,000 lb Ultimate ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb ULTIMATE LOAD30,000 lb 4'-2" 7 7 2 1681 Socket/Eye, 13/16" Eye, 1" Wide Base For 1557 ACSR/TW bare, use Std TPR6P. Note: Detail A DA Bolt Nuts Spring Washer Round Washer See Detail A 5 2 6 5 4 Rev. 1 - Changed machine bolts to DA bolts. 8 4 2978 Washer, Flat Round Galv, 7/8" 6 5 1 2 DESCRIPTION 4 2 2351 2980 QTY. S/N 2 2 2350 320 TPR6P 4 2 1908 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TPR6P TPR6P 1 1 KJP 12/28/20 1790 115kV TRANSMISSION BASIC UNITS DOUBLE DEADEND ASSEMBLY 1557 ACSR/TW Bolt, Double Arm, 7/8" x 20", Galv, 25,400 lb Ultimate Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv, 7/8" Insulator, Suspension, Polymer, 115kV, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clevis, Y-Ball, 30,000 lb Ultimate Plate, Pole Eye, 36,000 lb Ultimate 3 Deadend Compression, W/ Jumper, Terminal Pad, 1557 ASCR/TW 2 2421 7 2 333 Clevis, Socket, 30,000 lb Ultimate NO. ITEM 8 4 2978 Washer, Flat Round Galv, 7/8" ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb 4'-2" ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb 4'-2" 1 4 2 6 5 3 7 8 LOAD LIMITS Detail A DA Bolt Nuts Spring Washer Round Washer See Detail A12/30/20
Section 1800 - TransmissionN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1800 T RANSMISSION 12/30/2020 ~ T C22 , - P 115 kV Vertical Turn - 30 ° to 60 ° C T C25 , - LC, - P 115 kV Vertical Double Dead e nd - 0° ~ T C41 , - P 115 kV Vertical Deadend ~ T C44 , - P 115 kV Vertical Double Dead e nd - 60 ° to 90 ° ~ TFT1,TFT1LC 115kV Flat Top C THPA , - LC 115 kV Twiggy - 0 ° to 4 ° C THP B , - LC 115 kV Reverse Twiggy - 5 ° to 20 ° C TSW , - P 115kV Opposing Phase Vertical Switch ~ T V21 , - LC 115 kV Opposing Phase w/Po st Top ~ T V22 , - LC 115 kV Opposing Phase - 0 ° to 4 ° ~ T V23 , - LC 115 kV Vertical - 0 ° to 10 ° ~ T V24 , - LC 115 kV Vertical w/Post Top - 0° to 4° ~ T V2 5 115 kV Vertical - 11 ° to 30 ° 2350 3 Insulator, Suspension, Polymer, 115kV, 30,000 lb Ultimate 1 Clevis, Y-Ball, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clamp, Suspension, Socket, 336 ACSR To 900 ACSR Bare, 25,400 lb Ult Plate, Pole Eye, Heavy, 36,000 lb Ultimate Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 6 3 4 5 2 2351 6 308 3 6 6 1908 1901 3 320 DESCRIPTION QTY. TPR4P(3) S/N 7" 1'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 6" 6" 6" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC22,TC22P TC22 1 1 8/5/66 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION VERTICAL TURN-30° TO 60° 336 ACSR TO 900 ACSR BARE 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/23/17 CM DK 6 4 5 2 1 3 TPR4 ULTIMATE LOAD 25,000 lb 4'-2" 4'-2" 4" 7 7 3 1681 Socket/Eye, 13/16" Eye, 1" Wide Base Rev. 2 - Updated material, removed static wire, and added note. 2350 3 2351 6 307 3 6 6 1908 1901 3 320 QTY. TPR4(3) S/N 3 1681 TC22P TC22 Install split bolt For 1557 ACSR/TW, use Std TC22P. Note : ITEM NO. 9'-0" 9'-0" 1'-0" 3" 6" DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC25,TC25LC,TC25P TC25 1 2 PS/RW 2/70 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION VERTICAL DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC TO 900 ACSR BARE 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/23/17 CM DK 3 5/4/20 JK 4 12/28/20 KJP 10" 1'-0" 6" 1'-0" 6" ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb 3" 3" Wire Size S/N Qty 7" Rev. 4 - Changed machine bolts to DA bolts. 1. For 336 ACSR & 397 AAC, use Std TC25LC. 2. For 1557 ACSR/TW, use Std TC25P. 3. Call for connectors for jumpers separately: Notes: QTY. S/N 1 2 1'-4.6" 5'-0" DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC25,TC25LC,TC25P TC25 2 2 PS/RW 2/70 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION VERTICAL DOUBLE DEADEND 795 AAC TO 900 ACSR BARE 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/23/17 CM DK 3 5/4/20 JK 4 12/28/20 KJP 6 8 7 10 11 12 DESCRIPTION QTY. S/N 5 3 4 1'-0" 9 4'-2" QTY. S/N TPR2LC (3) QTY. S/N QTY. S/N TPR2 (3) QTY. S/N TC25P TC25LC TC25 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4'-2" 4'-2" 6 9 7 11 10 8 12 13 13 4'-2" 5 6 4 3 2 1 DESCRIPTION 6 6 6 1901 2351 1908 TPR5P (3) 3 3 2421 320 QTY. 3 S/N 2350 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC41,TC41P TC41 1 1 8/5/66 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION VERTICAL DEADEND 336 ACSR TO 900 ACSR BARE 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/23/17 CM DK Insulator, Suspension, Polymer, 115kV, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clevis, Y-Ball, 30,000 lb Ultimate Clamp, Strain, 336 ACSR To 900 ACSR Bare, D.E., 30,000 lb Ultimate Plate, Pole Eye, 36,000 lb Ultimate Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" TPR5 1 3 2 6 7" 4" 9'-0" 9'-0" 6" 6" 6" ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb 4'-2" 7 7 3 333 Socket/Eye, 13/16" Eye, 1" Wide Base 4 Rev. 2 - Updated material, removed static wire, added note and TC41P. Install split bolt For 1557 ACSR/TW, use Std TC41P. Note : 6 6 6 1901 2351 1908 TPR5 (3) 3 3 2467 320 QTY. 3 S/N 2350 3 1681 TC41P TC41 4'-2" 1 2 6 TPR5P 3 5 5 4 7 ITEM NO. 6" 6" 3" 9'-0" 9'-0" 6" 6" 3" 6" 6" 3" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TC44,TC44P TC44 1 2 8/5/66 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION VERTICAL DOUBLE DEADEND-60° TO 90° 336 ACSR TO 900 ACSR BARE 1 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 2 8/23/17 CM DK 7" 1'-0" ULTIMATE LOAD 30,000 lb 336 Wire Size 397 795 900 1557 2501 S/N 2501 2477 2451 2778 3 Qty 3 3 3 3 Type Wedge Wedge Compression Compression Wedge NOTE 2 Rev. 2 - Updated material, removed static wire, added note and TC44P. Install split bolt 1. For 1557 ACSR/TW, use Std TC44P. 2. Call for connectors for jumpers separately: Notes : TPR5 '$T( 6(&T,21 $PP R &216TR8&T,216T$1'$R'6 '$T( (1*R R(9,6,216 2P6 &$'),/( P$*( RI T&T&P T&   5  5N9TR$160,66,21 9(RT,&$/'28%/('($'(1'ƒT2ƒ $&6RT2$&6R%$R(   R('R$:1 ,1&$'   &0 '. 5      '(6&R,PT,21     5  TPR5P      4T<  61 5 ,QVXODWRU6XVSHQVLRQPROPHU5N9OE8OWLPDWH &OHYLV<%DOOOE8OWLPDWH &ODPS6WUDLQ$&6RTR$&6R%DUH'(OE8OWLPDWH PODWHPROH(HOE8OWLPDWH %ROW0DFKLQH[*DOY5OE8OWLPDWHTHQVLOH :DVKHU/RFN6SULQJ'RXEOH&RLO*DOY    6RFNHW(H(H:LGH%DVH         RHY8SGDWHGPDWHULDOUHPRYHGVWDWLFZLUHDGGHGQRWHDQGT&P   5  TPR5P     5  TPR5      4T<  61 5   T&P T& 5      ,T(0 12 SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TFT1,TFT1LC TFT1 1 2 CM/GM 11/19/20 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION FLAT TOP 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW FRONT VIEW 6" 6" 5" 15'-0" 7'-0" 7'-0" TOP VIEW 2 5 8 6 8" 7" 1 2 5000 lb 54" 560 lb 4" 7 DESCRIPTION QTY. Arm, Cross (Transmission), Fiberglass, 15' x 4" x 6" Bolt, Machine, 5/8" x 10", Galv., 12,400 lb Ultimate Tensile 8 154 Plate, 115kV Insulator, 1/2" Thick, 5" Diameter Bolt Circle 7 6 5 4 3 Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile 2 2 2351 1901 1 2345 Clamp, Wire, Clamptop, 2,800 lb Ultimate Body Strength 3 316 2 2351 1901 TFT1 S/N 2345 3 317 DETAIL B 2918 Insulator, 115kV, Polymer, Vertical Line Post, 3,180 lb Ultimate Cantilever, Flat Mount 8 154 2 2916 2 2916 4 2917 4 2917 SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TFT1,TFT1LC TFT1 2 2 CM/GM 11/19/20 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION FLAT TOP 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW Note : SIDE VIEW 12" DETAIL A 4 3 Arm-Plate Assembly go through arm ITEM 6.75" 7" replaced w/o removing mount Torque to 100 ft-lb DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of THPA,THPALC THPA 1 2 TRO 8/96 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION TWIGGY FRAMING-0° TO 4° 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 0 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 8/23/17 CM DK 2 5/4/20 JK 3 12/28/20 KJP Rev. 3 - Changed machine bolts to DA bolts.For 336 ACSR and 397 AAC, use Std THPALC. Note: 5'-4" ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER3180 lb 1'-0" 7" 1'-7" 5 3 4 DESCRIPTION QTY.TPR3LC S/N 1'-0" 1 2 1'-8" 4'-4" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of THPA,THPALC THPA 2 2 TRO 8/96 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION TWIGGY FRAMING-0° TO 4° 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 0 3/02 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 8/23/17 CM DK 2 5/4/20 JK 3 12/28/20 KJP 1'-7" 1'-0" QTY. TPR3 S/N THPALC THPA ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 8 9 6 7 1'-4.6" 1'-0" 5'-0" 10 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of THPB,THPBLC THPB 1 2 CM/DK 8/23/17 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION REVERSE TWIGGY-5° TO 20° 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 1 5/4/20 JK 2 12/28/20 KJP ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb 9'-0" 1'-0" 7" Install split bolt For 336 ACSR and 397 AAC, use Std THPBLC. Note: Rev. 2 - Changed machine bolts to DA bolts. DESCRIPTION QTY.TPR3LC S/N 1 2 1'-4.6" 5'-0" QTY. S/N DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of THPB,THPBLC THPB 2 2 CM/DK 8/23/17 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION REVERSE TWIGGY-5° TO 20° 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 1 5/4/20 JK 2 12/28/20 KJP 5 3 4 1'-0" QTY. TPR3 S/N QTY. S/N 8 9 6 7 1'-4.6" 1'-0" 5'-0" 10 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TSW,TSWP TSW 1 2 PS/RY 2/66 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION OPPOSING PHASE VERTICAL SWITCH 336 ACSR TO 900 ACSR 2 3/24/72 RHJ 3 11/7/73 CMK 4 8/23/17 DK 5 12/29/20 KJP MIN 2' 1'-0" 7" 2'-0" 7'-0" 7'-0" 2'-0" Per Manufacturer's Spec 10' MIN Install split bolt 1. Use Class 1 pole or larger. 2. For 1557 ACSR/TW bare, use Std TSWP. Notes: 2 1 DESCRIPTION QTY S/N N1 QTY DESCRIPTION QTY S/N TPR6 N1 MIN 2' 11 12 13 14 15 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TSW,TSWP TSW 2 2 PS/RY 2/66 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION OPPOSING PHASE VERTICAL SWITCH 336 ACSR TO 900 ACSR 2 3/24/72 RHJ 3 11/7/73 CMK DK 4 8/23/17 DK 5 12/29/20 KJP QTY S/N N1 QTY QTY S/N SWITCH TSWP TSW ITEM NO. ITEM NO. ITEM NO. 4'-2" 4'-2" 3 6 4 8 7 5 9 10 3 5 9 7 4 8 10 6 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TV21,TV21LC TV21 1 2 2/68 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION OPPOSING PHASE W/ POST TOP 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 0 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 8/23/17 CM DK 2 5/4/20 JK 1'-0" 7" 1'-0" 5'-4" 6'-10" 1'-0" ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3180 lb ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb 1'-7" Rev. 2- Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating. Install split bolt For 336 ACSR and 397 AAC, use Std TV21LC. Note : 4 5 3 Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 1 2 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC To 1557 ACSR/TW Bare Insulator, Line Post Vertical, 115kV, 3180 lb Ultimate Cantilever 2 2 2 1911 2351 1901 S/N QTY. 1 1 2345 316 TPR1LC 316 2346 1901 2351 1911 S/N 9 10 8 Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 4 4 4 6 7 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Line Post Horizontal, 115kV, 3200 lb Ultimate Cantilever Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC To 1557 ACSR/TW Bare QTY. 2 2 TPR2LC (2) TPR1 5 3 4 1 2 4'-4" 1'-8" 1'-7" TPR2 6 7 1'-4.6" 5'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TV21,TV21LC TV21 2 2 2/68 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION OPOOSING PHASE W/ POST TOP 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 0 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 8/23/17 CM DK 2 5/4/20 JK 1'-7" 1'-0" 1'-0" 10 8 9 1'-0" 1'-0" Rev. 2- Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating. 2 2 2 1911 2351 1901 S/N QTY. 1 1 2345 317 TPR1 317 2346 1901 2351 1911 S/N 4 4 4 QTY. 2 2 TPR2 (2) TV21LC TV21 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TV22,TV22LC TV22 1 1 1/77 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION OPPOSING PHASE-0° TO 4° 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 0 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 8/23/17 CM DK 2 5/4/20 JK 316 2346 1901 2351 1911 S/N 4 5 3 Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 6 6 6 1 2 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Line Post Horizontal, 115kV, 3200 lb Ultimate Cantilever Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC To 1557 ACSR/TW Bare QTY. 3 3 TPR2LC (3) TPR2 1 2 5 3 4 1'-0" 1'-4.6" 5'-0" ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb 1-0" 6-10" 6-10" 1-0" 1-0" 7" Rev. 2- Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating. Install split bolt For 336 ACSR and 397 AAC, use Std TC22LC. Note : 317 2346 1901 2351 1911 S/N 6 6 6 QTY. 3 3 TPR2 (3) TV22LC TV22 ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TV23,TV23LC TV23 1 1 8/5/66 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION 9(57,&$/ƒ72ƒ 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 0 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 8/23/17 CM DK 2 5/4/20 JK TPR2 1 2 5 3 4 1'-0" 1'-4.6" 5'-0" 1'-0" 1'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 1'-0" 1'-0" 316 2346 1901 2351 1911 S/N 4 5 3 Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 6 6 6 1 2 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Line Post Horizontal, 115kV, 3200 lb Ultimate Cantilever Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC To 1557 ACSR/TW Bare QTY. 3 3 TPR2LC (3) 7" ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb Rev. 2- Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating. Install split bolt For 336 ACSR and 397 AAC, use Std TV23LC. Note : 317 2346 1901 2351 1911 S/N 6 6 6 QTY. 3 3 TPR2 (3) TV23LC TV23 ITEM NO. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TV24,TV24LC TV24 1 2 2/66 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION VERTICAL W/ POST TOP 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 0 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 8/23/17 CM DK 2 5/4/20 JK 1'-0" 5'-4" 9'-0" 1'-0" ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3180 lb ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb 7" 1'-0" 1'-7" Rev. 2 - Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating. Install split bolt For 336 ACSR and 397 AAC, use Std TV24LC. Note : 4 5 3 Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 1 2 DESCRIPTION Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC To 1557 ACSR/TW Bare Insulator, Line Post Vertical, 115kV, 3180 lb Ultimate Cantilever 2 2 2 1911 2351 1901 S/N QTY. 1 1 2345 316 TPR1LC 316 2346 1901 2351 1911 S/N 9 10 8 Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 lb Ultimate Tensile Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" 4 4 4 6 7 DESCRIPTION Insulator, Line Post Horizontal, 115kV, 3200 lb Ultimate Cantilever Clamp, Clamptop, 795 AAC To 1557 ACSR/TW Bare QTY. 2 2 TPR2LC (2) TPR1 1 2 4'-4" TPR2 6 7 1'-4.6" 5'-0" DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TV24,TV24LC TV24 2 2 2/66 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION VERTICAL W/ POST TOP 795 AAC TO 1557 ACSR/TW 0 8/01 REDRAWN IN CAD 1 8/23/17 CM DK 2 5/4/20 JK 1'-7" 1'-7" 1'-0" 1'-0" 10 8 9 1'-0" 5 3 4 1'-8" 1'-0" TV24LC 2 2 2 1911 2351 1901 S/N QTY. 1 1 2345 317 TPR1 317 2346 1901 2351 1911 S/N 4 4 4 QTY. 2 2 TPR2 (2) TV24 ITEM NO. ITEM NO. Rev. 2 - Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating. 1 4 3 5 2 DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of TV25 TV25 1 1 CM/DK 8/23/17 1800 115kV TRANSMISSION VERTICAL-11° TO 30° 336 ACSR TO 1557 ACSR/TW 1 5/4/20 JK Bolt, Machine, 7/8" x 16", Galv., 25,400 Ultimate Tensile 3 Washer, Curved, Cast, 4" x 6" 5 4 Clamp, Strain, 336 ACSR to 1557 ACSR/TW 2 1 DESCRIPTION 1901 6 2351 1911 6 6 S/N 2467 2346 3 3 QTY. TV25 1'-0" 1'-0" 9'-0" 9'-0" 1'-0" 1'-0" 7" Insulator, Line Post Horizontal, 115kV, 3200 lb Ultimate Cantilever Washer, Lock, Spring, Double Coil, Galv., 7/8" Install split bolt ULTIMATE TENSION 5000 lb ULTIMATE CANTILEVER 3200 lb ITEM NO. Rev. 1 - Updated Ultimate Cantilever rating.12/30/20
Section 1910 - Joint UseN New Standard R Redrawn Standard C Changed Standard ~ No Change 1 910 J OINT U SE 12/19/19 ~ JU1 Joint Use Labeling ~ JU2 Joint Use Pole Attachment Guidelines ~ JU3 Joint Use Temporary (30 Day) Attachment C JU4 Joint Use Guidelines for Communication Antenna Attachments Identification of attachments is necessary to assist in repair of third party or storm damage to cables, equipment cabinets, conduit and other pole attachments. 2. Nothing herein shall be construed so as to require CPU to tag or label any electrical distribution circuit or facilities. The tagging requirement for CPU pertains to fiber optic and other communications facilities. 3. Tags shall be applied to each attachment on every pole. A separate tag shall be attached to each fiberglass crossarm by the communications company that installed it. 4. Tag shall be securely attached and clearly visible from the ground. 5. Acceptable tags are Tech Products "Everlast" 1-inch tags with type ELHY numbers and PH 103 holder or Almetek Series 1001 E-Z tags with type UE-H 1-inch black numbers on yellow background with TH-3P holder or equivalent approved by CPU. 6. Tags shall be applied on all new construction and whenever work is being done on existing plant. LOWEST CPU SECONDARY CONDUCTOR/NEUTRAL CPU FIBER CATV 40" (NESC) 12" 18' Min. to Street Surface 12" 002 009 001 COMMUNICATIONS/FIBER ATTACHMENTS (Typical Pole Details, Not to Scale) 12" 003 SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU1 JU1 1 2 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE JOINT USE LABELING 9 11/7/18 KJP 10 4/11/19 JDK 11 2/10/20 JDK 12 7/21/20 JDK Clark Public Utilities Fiber 002 (Was Qwest before bought out by CenturyLink) 003 Comcast 004 Frontier Communications 005 TDS Telecom 006 CenturyLink 007 NocTel Communications 008 Structured Cabling 009 ZAYO 010 Level(3) 011 Clark County Information Services 012 WSDOT 013 City Of Vancouver 014 Wave 015 City of Battleground 016 City of Ridgefield 017 Eman Networks (out of business) 018 City of Camas 019 NoaNet 020 Silver Star Telecom 021 Wave 022 MCIMETRO 023 Port of Ridgefield 024 AT&T DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU1 JU1 2 2 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE JOINT USE LABELING 9 11/7/18 KJP 10 4/11/19 JDK 11 2/10/20 JDK 12 7/21/20 JDK Identification Codes 025 Ridgefield School District 026 La Center School District 1. Reference Standards All clearances between conductors and climbing/working space requirement s and construction shall meet the minimumrequirements of the latest editions of the Washington Administrative Cod e (WAC) 296 or the National Electrical SafetyCode (NESC) whichever is greater. 2. Definitions CPU - Clark Public Utilities Joint Ownership - Refers to poles which are jointly owned by CPU and CenturyLink. Third Party - Any communication company (except CenturyLink) that attaches to a C PU/CenturyLink jointly-owned pole. Supply Space - The vertical space on a pole that is occupied by the electric supply conductors and/or hardware. The bottom of the supply space is the bottom of the lowest supply-owned equi pment. Communications Space - The vertical space on a pole below the 40-inch separation space which is occupied by communication lines (as defined by the NESC, communication lines includ e, but are not limited to, telephone, CATV, and fiber optic lines). Communication Worker Safety Zone - The vertical space (40 inches per NESC 235C4 ) on a pole separat ing the supply space and the communications space. This space is intended to provide a safe working clearance for workers i n the communication space. Pole Face - The side or half of the pole that contains the pole gain. Pole Gain - The notch in the pole that contains the pole manufacturing informatio n. The pole gain is located 10 feet from the butt of the pole. 3. General Attachment Requirements 3.1. Laminated Poles Attachment to laminated poles must be approved by CPU Engineering to ensure the pole is strong enough for the additional load. 3.2. Cables and Guys Communication lines shall be attached to the same side of the pole as th e power neutral conductor. If the power neutral conductor is on a primary crossarm, communication cables shall be installed on the road side of th e pole (See Figure 3.1). Communication lines shall be tensioned or guyed in a way that does not alter the angle of existing structures or change the sag characteristics of power conductors. Communication companies must provide their own anchor. Anchors must be a minimum of 5 feet apart. If the 5 foot spacing is not possible, or a sidewalk guy is needed, the communication company will contact CPU for an engineering review of the anchor strength. If there is sufficient strength, permission will be given to the communication company to attach to the CPU anchor. All guys shall have strain insulators and yellow guy markers installed . 3.3. Pole Drilling Field drilled pole holes shall be treated with CPU-approved woodpreservative. 6" min DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 1 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK 8' Min. 6" From Top of Riser Communications Space 40" Min. Separation Space 6" Min. Manufacturer's Brand Tag Communications Space Power RiserBy CPU 40" Min Separation Space Communications Power Supply 4" to 6" Center Between Top & Bottom Bracket 3' Min. DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 2 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK mounted on 10 ½ inch standoff brackets to provide a minimum 6 inch clearance from the pole. Existing standoff brackets shall be used when available. If new brackets are needed, the communications company shall provide and install brackets as approved by CPU. The lower most bracket shall be no lower than 8 feet above ground line. The top bracket shall be 6" below the top of the riser. The middle brack et shall be halfway between the top and bottom bracket (see Figure 3.2). The 40" communication worker safety space must be maintained between the lowest exposed secondary (including drip loops or the top of the conduit) and the highest commu nication attachment (see Figure 3.3). Contact CPU Engineering regarding source and riser for communication pow er supplies. 3.6. Enclosures Communication enclosures and power supplies shall not be mounted on any CPU pole or installed within 6 feet ofthe pole. 3.7. Grounding Conductive communications messengers shall be bonded when CPU pole grounds are present. The pole ground shall not be cut or damaged when connecting communication company grounds. If a CPU pole ground is not present, the communication company will run its own pole ground and install its own ground rod. 3.8. Decorative Object Attachments All decorative object attachments, such as banners, hanging flower baskets or Christmas lights, require CPU approval. System Neutral Supply Space Neutral Clevis System Neutral 40" Min. Separation Space Secondary Riser 40" Min. Separation Space Drip Loop Secondary or Service Conductors 40" Min. Separation Space 40" Min. Separation Space Guy Hook DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 3 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK Supply Space Supply Space Supply Space Supply Space Communication Cable 7'-0" Min Separation Space Communication Space System Neutral Neutral Conductor 30" Min. Upper Communication Cable 5'-3" Min. Upper Communication Cable Distribution Primary Supply Conductors DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 4 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK Primary Conductor 40" Min. Separation Space Communication Space 40" Min. To Top of Uncovered Wires Not Grounded 40" Min. Eff. Gnded 4" Min. Communication Cable Protective Molding 12" Min. If Uncovered 3" Min. If Covered 40" Min. Separation Space Not Grounded 40" Min. Effectively Grounded 4" Min. Streetlight Mast Arm Streetlight Mast Arm DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 5 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK Communication cable Supply Space Supply Space 2" 12" Min. Separation Space 12" Min. 40" Min.Note 1 12" Min. Communication Cable CPU Secondary 40"Min. Customer Service Entrance DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 6 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK CPU Secondary 24" 40" Climbing Space DATESECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 7 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK 24" Min. 24" Min. Communication Cables 12" 40" CATV TELCO CPU Supply Space 27' 40" NESC Min. Clearance 23' 22' 20' DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 8 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK CPU Supply Space 27' 20' 40" NESC Min. Clearance 7' DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU2 JU2 9 9 KJP 12/02/03 1910 JOINT USE POLE ATTACHMENT GUIDELINES 0 12/2/03 LB AH 1 5/15/06 LB AH 2 12/7/17 CM DK DATE SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE:ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU3 JU3 1 1 CM/AH 10/17/08 1910 JOINT USE TEMPORARY (30 DAY) ATTACHMENT Pole (Plan VIEW) Risers Standoff Bracket Banding or Straps (No Drilling) Road Face Pole Face 8'-0" Max 12'-0" Above Road or Ground 48" Max Temporary Attachment Space Communication Space Field Face Standoff Bracket Plan View Elevation View Note: OK to remove camera from pole if needed to climb. SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU4 JU4 1 8 CM/AH 2/24/11 1910 JOINT USE GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNICATION ANTENNA ATTACHMENTS 1 7/28/14 KJP 2 12/19/19 CM GM General This standard covers the following wireless communication antenna assemblies: Macrocell and small cell antennas installed on the pole. All installations must meet all requirements of the National Electric Safety Code (NESC), Clark Public Utilities' (CPU's) Construction Standards, and all regulations of the State of Washington and other regulatory bodies that have jurisdiction. 2. Macrocell 2.1. Location A. Antenna installations will be allowed in commercial/industrial areas of Clark County. Due to aesthetic considerations and the effect on property value, macrocell antennas may not be allowed in residential neighborhoods. B. Antenna installations will require a taller pole than the existing pole. Several jurisdictions within Clark County have height restrictions. - Clark County Ordinance 40.260.250 covers unincorporated Clark County. A pole being replaced for an antenna can only be 20 feet taller than the existing pole. The antenna and lightning rods are included in this additional 20 feet. - The City of Vancouver Municipal Code, Title 20.890 (as of 1/26/2004), allows the new pole to be 15 feet taller than the existing. The antenna is included in this 15 feet. There is also an additional 10 feet above the 15 feet that is allowed for lightning rods or FAA required lighting. C. The antenna company will be responsible for getting any zoning clearance, building permit(s), and any other applicable permits where required. 2.2. Design A. Each antenna installation will be a unique design. The pole design will be done by the CPU Design Engineer. The antenna company shall supply the CPU Design Engineer with the following information when applying for service: - The pole number and location that the antenna company would like the antenna installed on, - The antenna array wind loading in the transverse and longitudinal directions under all NESC Heavy Loading conditions, - Total weight of the antenna assembly without ice and with ½" coating of ice, - The location above ground of the resulting load vector, - Electrical loading, and - Means of disconnecting the service. B. All antenna installations in the supply space must have a quick means of RF radiation disconnect for emergency work on the pole by utility or communication workers. Such means of disconnect will also prevent backup sources from energizing the antenna. For normal maintenance work, Clark or the communication company will contact the antenna company to schedule the de-energization of the antenna. SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU4 JU4 2 8 CM/AH 2/24/11 1910 JOINT USE GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNICATION ANTENNA ATTACHMENTS 1 7/28/14 KJP 2 12/19/19 CM GM Design (Continued) C. Antennas shall be installed and operated in a manner that communication and electrical workers can perform normal work on their respective facilities without requiring special training or knowledge of RF antennas. Electrical workers shall not need to wear RF detectors to warn them of potentially changing levels of EMF exposure when performing normal work on the electrical system. All antennas in the supply space will be on steel poles. The cables for the antenna will come up the inside of the pole. Since existing steel poles were designed only for the load they were originally installed for, most likely the pole will have to be replaced with a stronger one for the antenna installation. Drilling to mount the antenna on an existing steel pole will weaken the pole shaft and may result in corrosion. Steel poles with static wire cannot be used for antenna installations. D. Poles that shall be avoided are - Poles with existing antennas, - Poles with switches, - Poles with risers, - Poles that will be used for risers in the future, - Poles with transformers, - Poles with capacitor banks, - Poles with regulators, - Poles with reclosers, - Deadend poles, - Poles with static wire, - Poles with extreme angles, - Poles at a traffic intersection, - Streetlight poles, and - Poles inaccessible by truck. E. The antenna company will be responsible for performing a TOWAIR (or Landing Slope Facility Calculator) study. TOWAIR allows antenna structure owners to determine whether their structures are close enough to an airport or heliport to require an aeronautical study by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and registration with the FCC. If it is determined that the designated structure must be registered, an Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) number must be obtained from the FCC. This number is required in order for the antenna company to begin construction at the site. If the FAA determines that the structure must be painted or lighted, the antenna company will be responsible for the painting or lighting. F. All antenna equipment cabinets, boxes, and enclosures shall be clearly marked with - The antenna equipment owner's name, - A 24-hour contact phone number, and - Identifying alpha/numeric designation that the antenna owner can associate with the installation address, type of equipment, and function. G. The antenna company shall ensure the appropriate OSHA-required radio-frequency radiation hazard warning sign(s) are installed. 2.3. Clearance A. The minimum clearance from distribution or transmission to the antenna is shown in Figure 1. B. Communication equipment cabinets must not block access to the pole. The preferred location is on adjacent private property, if possible, at least 25 feet away from the pole. Conduits shall be run underground between the pole and the cabinet. SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU4 JU4 3 8 CM/AH 2/24/11 1910 JOINT USE GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNICATION ANTENNA ATTACHMENTS 1 7/28/14 KJP 2 12/19/19 CM GM 10' Min 115kV or 69kV 7' Min 12.47kV be required. Figure 1: Macrocell clearances. 2.4. Installation & Maintenance A. Antennas located in the supply space shall be installed and maintained by qualified line workers only. The antenna company will have to coordinate with CPU on all installation and maintenance work. B. The antenna company must notify the surrounding landowners of the pole modifications prior to installation. SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU4 JU4 4 8 CM/AH 2/24/11 1910 JOINT USE GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNICATION ANTENNA ATTACHMENTS 1 7/28/14 KJP 2 12/19/19 CM GM Small Cell on Poles 3.1. Location A. The preferred poles for small cell antenna installations in order of preference are 1. Secondary pole, 2. Wood streetlight pole, and 3. Distribution pole B. Poles that are restricted and require special consideration are - Poles with secondary risers, - Poles reserved for CPU risers, - Poles with one transformer, - Deadend poles, - Poles with extreme angles (30 ° or more), - Poles at a traffic intersection, - Decorative streetlight poles, - Fiberglass or aluminum streetlight poles, and - Transmission poles with or without distribution. C. Poles that shall be avoided are - Poles with primary risers, - Poles with existing antennas, - Poles with switches, - Poles with transformer banks, - Poles with capacitor banks, - Poles with regulators, - Poles with reclosers, and - Poles inaccessible by truck. D. The antenna company will have to obtain easements from the property owner for any poles on private property. E. The antenna company shall consider proximity to residential structures, aesthetics, and effects on property values. Proposed sites that will be closer than 30' to a residential building or 50' to a school building shall be subject to additional review by CPU. Installations on poles directly in front of a residence should be avoided when other possibilities are available. F. The antenna company will be responsible for getting any zoning clearance, building permit(s), and any other applicable permits where required. SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU4 JU4 5 8 CM/AH 2/24/11 1910 JOINT USE GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNICATION ANTENNA ATTACHMENTS 1 7/28/14 KJP 2 12/19/19 CM GM Design A. Each antenna installation will be a unique design. Antennas shall be installed in the supply space only. The pole design will be done by an engineering firm licensed and registered in Washington State and hired by the antenna company. The antenna company shall supply the CPU Design Engineer with the following information when submitting for a Site License Agreement (SLA): - The pole number and location that the antenna company would like the antenna installed on - The size, weight, and color of all equipment in the proposal - The antenna and associated equipment wind loading in the transverse and longitudinal directions under all NESC Heavy Loading conditions - Total weight of the antenna and associated equipment without ice and with ½ coating of ice - The location above ground of the resulting load vector - Electrical loading - Means of disconnecting the service B. Small cell antennas and mounting bracket will be no higher than 42". The antenna diameter will be no more than 16". C. Equipment should be installed on the roadside of the pole. If this is not possible, other locations may be used with CPU's prior approval. Each piece of equipment must be no more than 42" high x 24" wide x 18" deep and must be installed below the communication space between 10 feet and 18 feet above groundline (see Figure 2). Climbing space must be maintained as specified in WAC 296-45-045. There shall be no more than two pieces of equipment for a total volume of 12 cu ft. The equipment must be between 4 inches and 6 inches off of the pole surface and must fit within one pole quadrant as shown in Figure 3. See Std. JU2 - Joint Use Pole Attachment Guidelines for required clearances. Meters, when used, must be padmounted at least 6 feet from the pole. D. Antennas and pole-mounted equipment shall be Light Gray Number 70, Munsell Notation 5BG 7.0/0.4 unless otherwise approved or required by CPU. 24" Max 18" Max 42" Max Figure 3: Allowable equipment area below communication space. 4" to 6" Pole 18" 6" Figure 2: Allowable size of equipment below communication space. 4" to 6" Equipment Area SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU4 JU4 6 8 CM/AH 2/24/11 1910 JOINT USE GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNICATION ANTENNA ATTACHMENTS 1 7/28/14 KJP 2 12/19/19 CM GM Design (Continued) E. For installations in the supply space see Figure 4 and Figure 5. The existing pole may need to be replaced with a taller or stronger pole. Pole-top extensions will not be allowed. F. All antenna equipment cabinets, boxes, and enclosures shall be clearly marked with - The antenna equipment owner's name, - 24-hour contact phone number, - Identifying alpha/numeric designation that the antenna owner can associate with the installation address, type of equipment, and function, and - SLA numbers (decals provided by CPU). G. The antenna company shall ensure the appropriate OSHA-required radio-frequency radiation hazard warning sign(s) are installed. H. No antennas or equipment will be allowed in the communication worker safety zone per the NESC. I. All risers, except those above the primary conductors, shall be mounted on standoff brackets that provide a minimum of 6 inches between the surface of the conduit and the pole. U-guard risers are not allowed. The first standoff bracket must be at least 8' above grade per NESC. Standoffs shall not be closer together than 8' unless one is necessary to support the end of a conduit. Existing standoffs are to be used if present. Equipment Cabinet Streetlight Only Pole 16" Max Antenna Small cell antenna installation clearances on secondary poles. 42" Max 6" Min 16" Max 18" Max 42" Max 10' Min 18' Max 10' Min 18" Max 42" Max 18' Max 42" Max 6" Min RF Disconnect RF Disconnect Note: Other antenna and mounting styles may be acceptable. Clearances shown shall remain. SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU4 JU4 7 8 CM/AH 2/24/11 1910 JOINT USE GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNICATION ANTENNA ATTACHMENTS 1 7/28/14 KJP 2 12/19/19 CM GM 3.2. Design (Continued) J. All riser cables shall be in conduit. No more than three conduits per pole shall be used. All conduits shall be - 3 inches or less in diameter, and - Gray, UL-listed, Schedule 80 PVC. K. Communication equipment cabinets located on the ground shall not block access to the pole and are required to be at least 6 feet away from the pole. Conduits shall be run underground between the pole and the cabinet. CPU Neutral Comm. 1 Comm. 2 Comm. 3 4' Min Communication Worker Safety Zone Comm. 1 Comm. 2 Comm. 3 Communication Worker Safety Zone 18' Max 10' Min 42" Max 12" Min Antenna In Supply Space (Alternate) Distribution Pole Antenna Above Supply Space (Preferred) 12" Figure 5: Small cell antenna installations in the supply space. 42" Max 6" Min 4' Min 3' Max 16" Max 16" Max 18" Max 42" Max 18' Max 10' Min 12" Min 18" Max 42" Max Disconnect Disconnect Antenna Antenna Equipment Cabinet Note: Other antenna and mounting styles may be acceptable. Clearances shown shall remain. 7' SECTION APP: R CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS DATE: ENGR REVISIONS OPS CAD FILE: PAGE: of JU4 JU4 8 8 CM/AH 2/24/11 1910 JOINT USE GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNICATION ANTENNA ATTACHMENTS 1 7/28/14 KJP 2 12/19/19 CM GM 3.2. Design (Continued) L. All antenna installations must have a quick means of RF radiation disconnect for emergency work on the pole by utility or communication workers. Such means of disconnect will also prevent backup sources from energizing the antenna. The disconnect on the pole must be clearly marked "RF Disconnect." Antennas shall be installed and operated in a manner that communication and electrical workers can perform normal work on their respective facilities without requiring special training or knowledge of RF antennas. Electrical workers shall not need to wear RF detectors to warn them of potentially changing levels of RF exposure when performing normal work on the electrical system. 3.3. Installation & Maintenance A. Small cell installations should be as neat and condensed as possible. Lessees shall be responsible for installing each new type of installation on a pole in CPU's training yard prior to permitting for such types of installations on CPU's poles. To be the same type the antenna, equipment cabinet, disconnect, and mounting hardware must be the same and located in the same area of the pole as those that will be permitted. It is not necessary that they have the same heights from ground measurements. Each must include conduits that will be installed. The wires, fibers or cables installed between the equipment and the antenna on an installation may be required at CPU's discretion. Lessee may provide a location where the same type is currently installed and operating that is within 30 driving miles of CPU's border instead of installing one in the training yard. B. Antennas located in the supply space shall be installed and maintained by qualified line workers only. The antenna company will have to coordinate with CPU on all installation and maintenance work. C. The antenna company must notify the surrounding landowners of the pole modifications prior to installation. D. The pole may not be shaved or cut. Equipment mounts must be sized to account for variation in wood pole dimensions. E. Field drilled pole holes shall be treated with CPU-approved wood preservative. F. No storage loops of wires shall be allowed. G. Area between equipment and the pole surface is to remain clear for climbing safety.07/22/20


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