SER & SEU Cable
What Is SER and SEU Cable/Wire?
What Do SER and SEU Mean?
SER stands for Service Entrance cable that has Reinforcement tape. SEU is an abbreviation for Service Entrance cable, Underground.
SER and SEU cable types are constructed with sunlight resistant Type XHHW-2 conductors or Type THHN/THWN conductors. The main difference between SER cable and SEU cable is that SER cable has reinforcement tape while SEU has an overall concentrically applied neutral and reinforcement tape. Both SER and SEU cable types are jacketed with gray, sunlight-resistant polyvinyl chloride.
SER and SEU Cable We Carry
View some of our SER and SEU products by clicking any of the links below. Nassau Electrical carries a wide selection of SER and SEU cable to meet your specifications.
Aluminum SER Cable
This cable also finds its primary application in panel feeders for dwellings that have multiple units as well as in branch circuits. In wet areas, its operating temperature upper limit is 90°C. The aluminum SER cable has conductors that are corded together using an uncovered aluminum alloy.
Aluminum SEU Cable
Copper SER Cable
It is made up of 3 conductors that are stranded and insulated using cross-linked polyethylene. The insulation is resistant to both water and heat. The cord is cabled together using uncovered copper ground conductors. It has a core that is covered with binder tape that is fire retardant. Its PVC jacket has a gray color code. Just like the copper SEU cable, the copper SER cable has a cross-linked polyethylene type XHHW-2.
Copper SEU Cable:
It is made up of two conductors that are stranded and insulated using cross-linked polyethylene. The insulation is both water and heat resistant. The wire is cabled together using served uncovered copper conductors. Its core is covered with binder tape that is flame retardant and it has a gray polyvinyl chloride (PVC) jacket. Its cross-linked polyethylene is a type XHHW-2.