2-2-2-4 Copper SER Service Entrance Cable

2-2-2-4 Copper SER Service Entrance Cable


Quick Overview

SER is a type SE (service entrance), Style R (reinforcement tape) cable, used as an above ground service entrance cable, a panel feeder and in branch circuits. It is most often used to deliver power from the service drop down to the meter base, and from the meter base to the distribution panel board.


Insulated Conductor Size: 2 AWG
Bare Ground Size: 4 AWG (7)
Outside Diameter: 0.970 inches
Ampacity amps 125 @ 90°C
Net Weight: .899 lbs/ft

*Data provided on this page is subject to change based on different manufacturers variances.

Back Order. Please contact us at 650-829-5996 or info@usbybon.com for ordering.

discount on large quantities or bulk purchasing


Out of stock

Product Description

Type SE, Style SER Service Entrance may be used as service-entrance conductors and in other applications where SE cables are permitted when installed as specified by NEC® dry locations at temperatures up to 90°C.

Stranded conductors: Uncoated copper per ASTM-B3, ASTM-B8, and ASTM-B787

Phase Conductor:
Type THHN conductors Black PVC (polyvinyl chloride), rated to 90°C in wet or dry locations Jacketed with black nylon (polyamide) One phase conductor has a red stripe on its insulation surface for easy polarity identification.

Neutral Conductor:
White PVC (polyvinyl chloride), rated 90°C Jacketed with white nylon (polyamide)

Equipment Ground Conductor:
Bare stranded copper conductor

Gray, sunlight-resistant PVC (polyvinyl chloride) jacket over the complete assembly

UL 83 (insulated conductors)
UL 854 Service Entrance Cables, File No. 11098
Federal Specification A-A-59544
NFPA70: National Electrical Code


No Tags for this product

Chat with us
Chat with us
Questions, doubts, issues? We're here to help you!
None of our operators are available at the moment. Please, try again later.
Our operators are busy. Please try again later
Have you got question? Write to us!
This chat session has ended
Was this conversation useful? Vote this chat session.
Good Bad