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#57798 - 10/20/05 11:43 PM difference
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what is the difference between se and ser cable?

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#57799 - 10/21/05 12:16 AM Re: difference
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In a nut shell flat and round. Se has 2 hots and an uninsulated conductor weaved around the other two conductors . The result is an oblong flat cable. Ser has 3 insulated conductors, one uninsulated conductor and an outer sheath. It is round.

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