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CABLE STUBS

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C-10 Type Cable Stubs


Charles C-10 Cable Stub

Charles Industries’ C-10 type cable stubs are fully color-coded PIC cable with either ALPETH (C-10A1) or PASP (C-10B1) sheaths. C-10 cable stubs contain a gas plug 10’ from one end. These stubs are designed as an interface between two pressurized or non-pressurized cables to keep them separated pneumatically. They can also be used at control points and access points in dedicated plant, or for joining and rearranging existing plant. A wide variety of cable pair count sizes is available (50 to 3600 pair).

C-10 cable stubs are available in standard 20’ lengths or can be increased by 10’ increments to any length desired. For buried applications, stubs can be filled with “D” Encapsulant (C-10D1) at one end for added protection (not to exceed 30’).

All cables are 100% tested and individually packed for ease of handling. A weatherproof identification label is affixed to the gas plug.
 
Standard Sizes Gas Plug Dimensions (Diameter x Length)
(Pair Count) C-10A1 C-10B1
50 Pair 1.60” x 18” 1.80” x 27”
100 Pair 1.85” x 18” 2.00” x 27”
200 Pair 2.10” x 18” 2.20” x 27”
300 Pair 2.20” x 18” 2.30” x 27”
400 Pair 2.35” x 18” 2.45” x 27”
600 Pair 2.70” x 18” 2.80” x 27”
900 Pair 2.95” x 18” 3.05” x 27”
1200 Pair 3.20” x 18” 3.30” x 27”
1500 Pair 3.05” x 18” 3.10” x 27”
1800 Pair 3.20” x 18” 3.30” x 27”
2100 Pair 3.35” x 18” 3.45” x 27”
2400 Pair 3.40” x 18” 3.50” x 27”
2700 Pair 3.55” x 18” 3.65” x 27”
3000 Pair 3.70” x 18” 3.80” x 27”
3600 Pair 4.00” x 18” 4.10” x 27”

 

EP-10 Type Cable Stubs


Charles EP-10 Cable Stub

Charles Industries’ EP-10 type cable stubs are fully color-coded PIC cable with either ALPETH (EP-10A1) or PASP (EP-10B1) sheaths. EP-10 cable stubs contain a gas plug 10’ from one end.

The individual insulated conductors are exposed for a length of 24” beyond the gas plug for splicing purposes. Also provided is a #10 insulated ground lead from the gas plug that is bonded to the cable shield. This cable stub is designed to serve as a conducting interface between a pressurized cable and a non-pressurized ready access splice closure or has application with a lead sleeve. 

EP-10 cable stubs are available in a wide range of cable pair count sizes (50 to 3600 pairs). For buried applications, grease-filled stubs can be provided for added protection (EP-10A1-F)

All cables are 100% tested and individually packed for ease of handling. A weatherproof identification label is affixed to the gas plug. When dealing with lead sleeve applications, you must specify that a lead sleeve adapter is required.
 
Standard Sizes Gas Plug Dimensions (Diameter x Length)
(Pair Count) C-10A1 C-10B1
50 Pair 1.70” x 7” 1.90” x 7”
100 Pair 1.90” x 7” 2.40” x 7”
200 Pair 2.40” x 7” 2.40” x 7”
300 Pair 2.40” x 7” 2.90” x 7”
400 Pair 2.90” x 7” 2.90” x 7”
600 Pair 2.90” x 7” 3.60” x 7”
800 Pair 3.60” x 7” 3.60” x 9”
900 Pair 3.60” x 9” 3.60” x 9”
1200 Pair 4.00” x 10” 4.00” x 10”

Note on Wire Gauges
ALPETH: 24GA thru 1200 pair, 26GA 1500 pair and over
PASP: 24GA thru 600 pair, 26GA 900 pair and over



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