This handbook provides information regarding current Clark Public Utilities standards, diagrams, and specifications for approved high voltage contractors. The information in this handbook is also part of Clark Public Utilities’ Construction Standards book.

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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
Underground General and 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
Underground Risers, Cable, and 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
Underground Transformers and Clearances12/9/20
Underground J-Boxes and 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
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
Underground 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


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