Question: Looking through some of the medium voltage heat shrink splice options in your catalog; I see a designation for 1/C and 3/C. What do those mean?
Answer: This one is fairly simple! The 'C' stands for conductors, so a 1/C cable has only one conductor in it. A 3/C on the other hand has..........yes; three conductors. See photos below in case you need it spelled out even further.
|A one conductor cable.|
|A three conductor cable.|
It probably isn't difficult to understand why it is important to know whether you have a 1/C or a 3/C cable prior to ordering a splice kit. Clearly, the 3/C splice kit will essentially be '3 splice kits in one' (plus some other components).
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