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igurov

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Hi,

we have a 100 m 220V ground power cable and at regular intervals we want to make branches of length say 5 m. My question is how do you do this correctly and in safe way. Just clip the cables and connect the wires or is there a safer way to do this?

Best Regards,
Iliya
 
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Engineer54

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Hi,

we have a 100 m 220V ground power cable and at regular intervals we want to make branches of length say 5 m. My question is how do you do this correctly and in safe way. Just clip the cables and connect the wires or is there a safer way to do this?

Best Regards,
Iliya
You will need, made for purpose epoxy or heat shrink T or Y joint kits, suitable for underground installation.. Using the same size cable for your branches, as the main cable run. There is no other safe method that i know of, to facilitate your requirements.
 
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igurov

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Can you by any change happen to know shops where I can find those kits?
 
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Engineer54

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I was thinking more along the lines of a sub-main cable, than a final circuit arrangement. The OP didn't really give enough information on what way to jump. ..lol!!!
 
It's just a jump to the left, then a step to the right.....
 
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