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APPLICATION:

Stranded 1350 aluminum conductors shown in this section of data are classified as follows: Class AA for bare conductors usually used in overhead lines; Class A for conductors to be covered with weather-resistant materials and for bare conductors where greater flexibility is required.

Compact strand conductor for use in bare overhead applications or for use with weather-resistant coverings or insulations is also available.

Classes refer to stranding and are an indication of relative conductor flexibility, AA being the least flexible, C the most flexible.

PRODUCT FEATURES:

Aluminum alloy 1350-H19 wires, concentrically stranded.

SPECIFICATIONS:

AAC bare conductors meet or excede the following ASTM Specifications:

  • B-230 Aluminum Wire, 1350-H19 for Electrical Purposes
  • B-231 Aluminum Conductors, Concentric-Lay-Stranded
  • B-400 Compact Round Concentric-Lay-Stranded Aluminum 1350 Conductors
 

KINGWIRE AAC - Bare Aluminum

Code Word

AWG

Stranding

Diameter

Cross

Sectional Area
(sq. in.)

Weight
per 1000 ft

(Lbs)

Rated

Breaking

Strength

(Lbs)

Resistance

OHMS/1000 ft

Rating
(AMPS)

# of
Wires

Class

Indiv. Wire

Complete

Cable OD

DC
@ 20˚C

AC
@ 75˚C

Peachbell

6

7/w

A

.0612

.184

.0206

24.6

563

.658

.805

103

Rose

4

7/w

A

.0772

.232

.0328

39.2

881

.414

.506

138

Iris

2

7/w

AA,A

.0974

.292

.0521

62.3

1,350

.260

.318

185

Pansey

1

7/w

AA,A

.1093

.328

.0657

78.5

1,640

.207

.252

214

Poppy

1/0

7/w

AA,A

.1228

.368

.0829

99.1

1,990

.164

.202

247

Aster

2/0

7/w

AA,A

.1379

.414

.1045

124.9

2,510

.130

.159

286

Phlox

3/0

7/w

AA,A

.1548

.464

.1318

157.5

3,040

.103

.126

331

Oxlip

4/0

7/w

AA,A

.1739

.522

.1662

198.6

3,830

.0817

.0999

383

Sneezewort

250

7/w

AA

.1890

.567

.1964

234.7

4,520

.0691

.0846

425

Valerian

250

19/w

A

.1147

.574

.1964

234.7

4,660

.0691

.0846

426

Daisy

266.8

19/w

AA

.1953

.586

.2095

250.5

4,830

.0648

.0793

443

Laurel

266.8

19/w

A

.1185

.593

.2095

250.5

4,970

.0648

.0793

444

Peony

300

19/w

A

.1257

.629

.2356

286.1

5,480

.0576

.0706

478

Tulip

336.4

19/w

A

.1331

.666

.2642

315.8

6,150

.0514

.0630

513

Daffodil

350

19/w

A

.1357

.679

.2749

328.6

6,390

.0494

.0605

526

Canna

397.5

19/w

AA,A

.1447

.724

.3122

373.2

7,110

.0435

.0534

570

Goldentuft

450

19/w

AA

.1538

.769

.3534

422.4

7,890

.0384

.0472

616

Cosmos

477

19/w

A

.1584

.793

.3746

447.8

8,360

.0362

.0445

639

Syringa

477

37/w

A

.1135

.795

.3746

447.8

8,690

.0362

.0445

639

Zinnia

500

19/w

AA

.1622

.811

.3927

469.4

8,760

.0346

.0425

658

Hyacinth

500

37/w

A

.1162

.813

.329

469.4

9,110

.0346

.0425

658

KINGWIRE AAC - Alloy Bare Aluminum

Code Word

AWG

Stranding

Diameter

Cross

Sectional Area
(sq. in.)

Weight
per 1000 ft

(Lbs)

Rated

Breaking

Strength

(Lbs)

Resistance

OHMS/1000 ft

Rating
(AMPS)

# of
Wires

Class

Indiv. Wire

Complete

Cable OD

DC
@ 20˚C

AC
@ 75˚C

Dahlia

556.5

19/w

AA

.1711

.856

.4371

522.4

9,750

.0311

.0382

703

Mistletoe

556.5

37/w

AA,A

.1226

.858

.4371

522.4

9,940

.0311

.0382

704

Meadowsweet

600

37/w

AA,A

.1273

.891

.4712

563.2

10,700

.0288

.0355

738

Orchid

636

37/w

AA,A

.1311

.918

.4995

597.0

11,400

.0272

.0355

765

Heuchera

650

37/w

AA

.1326

.928

.5105

610.2

11,600

.0266

.0328

775

Verbena

700

37/w

AA

.1375

.963

.5498

657.1

12,500

.0247

.0305

812

Flag

700

61/w

A

.1071

.964

.5498

657.1

12,900

.0274

.0305

812

Violet

715.5

37/w

AA

.1391

.974

.5620

671.7

12,800

.0242

.0299

823

Nasturtium

715.5

61/w

A

.1083

.975

.5620

671.7

13,100

.0242

.0299

823

Petunia

750

37/w

AA

.1424

.997

.5891

704.0

13,500

.0230

.0286

847

Cattail

750

61/w

A

.1109

.998

.5891

704.0

13,500

.0230

.0286

847

Arbutus

795

37/w

AA

.1446

1,026

.6244

746.3

13,900

.0217

.0271

878

Lilac

795

61/w

A

.1142

1,028

.6244

746.3

14,300

.0217

.0270

879

Cockscomb

900

37/w

AA

.1560

1,092

.7069

844.9

15,400

.0192

.0239

948

Snapdragon

900

61/w

A

.1215

1,094

.7069

844.9

15,900

.0192

.0239

948

Magnolia

954

37/w

AA

.1606

1,124

.7493

895.6

16,400

.0181

.0226

982

Goldenrod

954

61/w

A

.1251

1,126

.7493

895.6

16,900

.0181

.0226

983

Hawkweed

1000

37/w

AA

.1644

1,150

.7854

938.7

17,200

.0173

.0216

1010

Camellia

1000

61/w

A

.1280

1,152

.7854

938.7

17,700

.0173

.0216

1011

Bluebell

1033.5

37/w

AA

.1671

1,170

.8117

970.2

17,700

.0167

.0210

1031

Larkspur

1033.5

61/w

A

.1302

1,172

.8117

970.2

18,300

.0167

.0210

1032

Marigold

1113

61/w

AA,A

.1351

1,216

.8742

1045

19,700

.0155

.0195

1079

Hawthorn

1192.5

61/w

AA,A

.1398

1,258

.9366

1119

21,100

.0145

.0183

1124

Narcissus

1272

61/w

AA,A

.1444

1,300

.9990

1194

22,000

.0136

.0173

1169

Columbine

1351.5

61/w

AA,A

.1489

1,340

1,061

1269

23,400

.0128

.0163

1212

Carnation

1431

61/w

AA,A

.1532

1,379

1,124

1343

24,300

.0121

.0155

1253

Gladiolus

1510.5

61/w

AA,A

.1574

1,417

1,186

1418

25,600

.0144

.0147

1294

Coreopsis

1590

61/w

AA

.1614

1,454

1,249

1493

27,000

.0109

.0141

1333

Jessamine

1750

61/w

AA

.1694

1,525

1,374

1643

29,700

.00988

.0129

1408

Cowslip

2000

91/w

A

.1482

1,630

1,571

1877

34,200

.00864

.0115

1518

Sagebrush

2250

91/w

A

.1572

1,729

1,767

2131

37,500

.00776

.0105

1612

Lupine

2500

91/w

A

.1657

1,823

1,964

2370

41,900

.00698

.00969

1706

Bitterroot

2750

91/w

A

.1739

1,913

2,160

2607

46,100

.00635

.00900

1793

Trillium

3000

127/w

A

.1537

1,996

2,356

2844

50,300

.00582

.00834

1874

Bluebonnet

3500

127/w

A

.1660

2,158

2,749

3350

58,700

.0049

.00756

2024

1. Resistance is calculated using ASTM standard increments of stranding, and metal conductivies of 61.2% IACS for EC (1350), and 8% IACS for steel. AC (60 Hz) resistance includes current dependent hysteresis loss factor for 1 and 3 constructions.
2. Current ratings are based on 75°C conductor temperature, 25°C ambient, 2ft/sec wind, 96/watts/sq. foot sun, 0.5 coefficients of emissivity and absorption.