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Spacers #214673
01/07/15 03:40 PM
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Here are the spacers, dual 3 phase (PSE&G)
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Re: Spacers [Re: HotLine1] #214674
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Trumpy:
This hopefully is a better view for you. The top cable is a messenger that supports the insulators.



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Re: Spacers [Re: HotLine1] #214866
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I saw that RODALCO made a video on YouTube about these power lines is it really safe on HV mains like that?

Re: Spacers [Re: HotLine1] #214877
02/02/15 01:11 AM
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Hey thanks John (Hotline).
That explains everything, for some strange reason I'd imagined these being used in some other way. blush

Re: Spacers [Re: HotLine1] #217345
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I have seen those close bundled lines in Louisville, Kentucky, as Annemarie has seen on a YouTube video I posted.
Some parts of Kansas have those lines too. I think they are 14.4 kV and have outside insulation except the Neutral which is bare.


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Re: Spacers [Re: HotLine1] #217351
06/22/16 08:32 PM
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Rodalco:
Either 13.2 KV, or 4160 v primaries, two circuits shown in pic.

POCO recently ran new monopoles with twin (2) new 500KV from a power plant to the switchyard in the Twp I work in. They removed a run of old lattice towers for a right of way for the monopoles.



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