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3M™ Motor Lead Inline Splice Kit 5331, Non-Shielded and Shielded Cables, 5-8 kV, 8-4 AWG (Feeder), 10-4 AWG (Motor Lead), 1/Case

  • 3M ID 7000006045
  • UPC 00054007122753

Features shielded, non-shielded cables

Includes 3 rolls Scotch® Stress-Control Tape 2220, 12 adapters, 3 instruction sheets and more

Suitable for use with 30000 Series copper compression lugs or other UL Listed copper lugs

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  • Features shielded, non-shielded cables
  • Includes 3 rolls Scotch® Stress-Control Tape 2220, 12 adapters, 3 instruction sheets and more
  • Suitable for use with 30000 Series copper compression lugs or other UL Listed copper lugs
  • Withstands temperatures of 194 degrees F (90 degrees C)
  • Accommodates wire size of 10 to 4 AWG
  • Rated for 5/8 kV applications

3M™ Motor Lead Inline Splice Kits are designed for splicing motor lead cables to incoming feeder cables. They can accommodate inline connections, 5/8 kV shielded and non-shielded feeders. The splice’s main component, the slip-on splice cover, is made from EPDM rubber. A mastic strip is used for the moisture seal on the inline kits.

3M™ Motor Lead Inline Splice Kits are designed to be used with copper compression, one- or two-hole lugs. After being crimped onto the cables, the lugs are bolted together in an inline configuration, then insulated and sealed with the 3M™ Motor Lead Splicing Kits. Each kit contains all the necessary materials (except lugs) needed to make three splices. The lugs must be purchased separately. 3M™ Scotchlok™ Copper Compression Lugs 30000 Series or other UL listed copper lugs, can be used. In addition, it requires vinyl tape which can also be purchased separately.

Suggested applications
  • Designed for splicing motor lead cables to the incoming feeder cables

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