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Series H: Conductors

Saf-T-Bar Series H Conductors


Conductor
Cat. No.
Amperage
Service
Splice
Joint
Power
Feed
Hanger Assemblies For All Conductors Expansion
Gap Kit
End
Cap
HA-500-1 500 HA-500J HA-500F Standard HA-1000H

Insulator HA-1000K

Plastic HA-1000P
HA-500XG-8" HA-500N
HA-750 750 HA-750J HA-750F HA-750XG-8" HA-750N
HA-1000 1000 HA-1000J HA-1000F HA-1000XG-8" HA-1000N
HA-1500 1500 HA-1500J HA-1500F HA-1500XG-8" HA-1500N


Conductor Rail Characteristics

HA500-1

HA750

HA1000

HA1500
Combined weight per foot 1.39# 1.39# 1.616# 3.141#
Weight of Aluminum per foot .898# .898# 1.124# 2.603#
Weight of Stainless Steel per foot .258# .258# .258# .258#
Weight of Vinyl per foot .234# .234# .234# .280#
"R" Resistance ohms/ft at 20°C .0000194 .0000194 .0000155 .0000067
"Z" Impedance ohms/ft 3-1/2" c/c .0000301 .0000301 .0000279 .0000389
"Z" Impedance ohms/ft 5" c/c .0000363 .0000363 .0000355 .0000385
"AC" Resistance ohms/ft at 40°C .000021 .000021 .0000169 .0000081



Voltage Drop Calculation

As most motors are designed to operate with a 5% voltage drop, divide volts lost by line voltage x 100 to determine if a larger conductor or additional feed points are required.
  • 3 phase AC Volts lost = 1.73 x Z x Length in ft. from feed x Amp. load
  • 1 phase AC Volts lost = 2 x Z x Length in ft. from feed x Amp. load
  • DC Volts lost = 2 x R x Length in ft. from feed x Amp. load