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CONDUCTOR SYSTEMS

conductor systems
1. Figure 8 Electrical Conductor Systems
For Overhead Cranes,Trolleys, Monorails, Hoists,
Conveyors, Automatic Stacker-Retrieval Systems,
any Application that Requires a Reliable, Safe, and
Economical Moving Power System.
90 AMP Rolled Galvanized Steel
110 AMP Rolled Galvanized Steel
160 AMP Rolled Stainless Steel—Copper Laminated
250 AMP Rolled Copper — Steel Laminated
350 AMP Rolled Electrolytic Copper
500 AMP Extruded Electrolytic Copper
conductor systems

CONDUCTOR BAR SELECTION
Determining Ampere Load
The conductor selected must be large enough to carry the
necessary ampere load safely without undue heating. To
compute the ampere load, proceed as follows:
Heavy Duty — Class D Crane Service Used continually
during the work day and usually for more than one shift.
Loads of 50% of rated capacity or more handled constantly
during the work period. Use a factor of 110% of the
calculated ampere load.
1. List the horsepower of all motors used in the
    application.
2. Determine the voltage and type of current that will feed
   the conductor. For example: 230v dc 2 wire; 460v ac 3
   phase; etc.
Severe Duty — Class E and F Crane Service Handles
loads approaching 100% of the capacity all during the work
period and for more than one shift. This includes large,
heavy duty units such as bucket cranes, magnet lift cranes,
cement or steel handling cranes. Use a factor of 120% of
the calculated ampere load. Check the traveling speed of
the crane, as it may exceed the tracking capability of the
Figure 8 Conductor.
3. Refer to the Horsepower Conversion Table on page 3
   and convert the horsepower to amperes.
4. Prepare the ampere load figure that will be used to size
   the conductors as follows:
List the full load ampere rating of each motor used
on the crane or monorail unit. Determine the duty
cycle from the following paragraphs and apply the
corresponding factor.
5. If the conductors are to be located where the ambient
air temperature is unusually high, the current carrying
capacity of the conductor is reduced. Multiply the current
capacity of the selected conductor by the derating factor in
the following table.
Light Duty — Class A and B Crane Service
Standby or infrequent use. Up to two motors started
at a time. Two to five lifts per hour. Use a factor of
90% of the calculated ampere load.
Temperature Derating Table
Ambient Air Temperature Derating Factor
100°F 95%
130°F 75%
160°F* 50%
Average Duty — Class C Crane Service
Moderate use during the work day. Five to ten lifts
per hour. Not over 50% of the lift at rated capacity.
Use a factor of 100% of the calculated ampere load.
*At this ambient temperature it will be necessary to use the higher
rated conductor cover, XHT rated at 280° F.
Determining Voltage Drop
According to CMAA, the voltage drop to the unit motors
shall not be more than 3% from the power taps to the load
at the farthest point on the conductor run. To determine
the voltage drop use the appropriate formula in the
following table.
See Conductor Engineering Data Table on page 4 for
values of Z and R.
Divide voltage drop by system voltage to get the percent
of voltage drop.
Maximum voltage drops that are 3% of various supply
voltages are as follows:
Current Type Formula
AC 3 phase 60 cycle V = L x I x Z x 1.73
AC 1 or 2 phase 60 cycle V = L x I x Z x 2
DC 2 wire system V = L x I x R x 2
Supply Voltage Voltage Drop (V)
460v ac 13.8
230v ac or dc 6.9
575v ac 17.2
V = Voltage drop
L = Distance from power feed to end of conductor Volts lost that are equal to or less than the above values
when using the formulas above will help in selecting the
correct conductor.
I = Total amperes drawn as calculated from
conversion charts
Z = ac impedance
R = dc resistance
Conductor Selection Example Horsepower Conversion Table
Given a 300 foot runway, power fed at the center, using
460 volt, 3 phase, 60 cycle power supplied to a bridge
crane — there is a 40 h.p. hoist motor, a 20 h.p. bridge
motor, and a 5 h.p. trolley motor. The operation is Average
Duty. Ambient temperature varies from 50°F in winter to
90°F in summer on this Indoor installation.
3 Phase AC - 60 Cycle
Amperes
Direct Current Amperes
H.P. 230v 460v 575v 230v
1/2 2 1 0.8 2.7
3/4 2.8 1.4 1.1 3.8
1 3.6 1.8 1.4 4.7
1 1/2 5.2 2.6 2.1 6.6
2 6.8 3.4 2.7 8.5
3 9.6 4.8 3.9 12.2
5 15.2 7.6 6.1 20
7 1/2 22 11 9 29
10 28 14 11 38
15 42 21 17 55
20 54 27 22 72
25 68 34 27 89
30 80 40 32 106
40 104 52 41 140
50 130 65 52 173
60 154 77 62 206
75 192 96 77 255
100 248 124 99 341
125 312 156 125 425
150 360 180 144 506
200 480 240 192 675
Step 1 - Determining Ampere Load
See National Electric Code article 610-14(e)for
determining motor loads where there are multiple motors
on a single crane. Then from the Horse Power Conversion
Table 460v column (right):
40 h.p. hoist motor — 52 amps @ 100% = 52 amps
20 h.p. bridge motor — 27 amps @ 50% = 13.5 amps
5 h.p. trolley motor — 7.6 amps @ 50% = 3.8 amps
The total current load is 69.3 amperes.
With Average Duty cycle, the current load is
factored at 100%. Normal ambient conditions of
50°F to 90°F require no temperature derating.
Selecting a 90 amp conductor caused a voltage
drop of 4.3% using the formula. Since this is
unsatisfactory, use a 110 amp conductor (FE-908)
for Step 2.
Step 2 - Determining Voltage Drop
Use the AC 3 phase formula above.
V = L x I x Z x 1.73 where:
L = 150 ft. (Distance to the end of the runway from
the center power feed.)
I = 69.3 amperes
Z = .0008 for 110 amp conductor
1.73 = 3 phase constant
V = 150 x 69.3 x .0008 x 1.73
= 14.4 volts
14.4/460 = 3.1%
Since this voltage drop only occurs at the farthest end
when two or more motors are started simultaneously,
exceeding the 3% voltage drop goal by only 0.1% will not
cause a problem.

Ampere Load Calculations for Multiple Units The voltages listed are rated motor voltages. The current
listed shall be permitted for system voltage ranges of 110
to 120, 220 to 240, 440 to 480, and 550 to 600 volts.
Motors rated at 208v ac should increase the 230 volt
column figures by 10%.
For information about sizing ampere loads for multiple
cranes on the same runway, see Article 610-14 (e) of the
National Electrical Code for the demand factors. This
article also covers additional loads on the bridge cranes
other than motor loads.
For motors that are wound for single or double phase
operation, use the nameplate rating. For older slip ring
motors or models that have secondary windings be sure to
obtain both primary and secondary current ratings.
Secondary windings may also need separate conductors
or cables when updating the electrification.
Induction Type Squirrel Cage and Wound Rotor Motors
The Horsepower Conversion Table is taken from the 1996
NEC Article 430. The values are for motors running at
usual speeds with normal torque characteristics. Motors
built for especially low speeds or high torques may require
more running current, and multi-speed motors will have full-load current varying with speed. In these cases, use
the higher nameplate current rating.
Conductor Engineering Data Table
Conductor Bar No. Description Weight per 10' section lbs. Ampere Rating Coefficient of Linear Expansion per °F Resistance Factor Circular Mills
AC (z) ohms/ft. DC (R) ohms/ft.
Continuous Intermittent*
FE-758 Galvanized Steel 4.5 90 135 0.000007 0.0011 0.00072 130,000
FE-908 Galvanized Steel 6.5 110 165 0.000007 0.0008 0.0005 189,000
FE-1608 Stainless/Copper Laminate 6.5 160 240 0.000008 0.000144 0.0001 188,000
FE-2008 Copper/Steel Laminate 6.25 250 350 0.000008 0.000142 0.0001 189,000
FE-3008 Rolled Copper 6.75 350 530 0.000009 0.000085 0.000058 188,000
FE-5008 Extruded Copper 11.5 500 750 0.000009 0.000065 0.000033 315,000
*Intermittent Service Rating is determined for one minute on, one minute off operation.
Miscellaneous Applications
Curves The minimum spacing between conductors on curves is
three inches.
Duct-O-Bars, except the Totally Enclosed System, can be
bent to form curved sections without damaging the
insulating cover or conductor. Bends with a five-foot radius
or greater can be done in the field by using a fly wheel,
monorail beam, or similar object to bend the conductor to
approximately the necessary radius. Hangers used on
curved sections must be placed at intervals of 2-1/2 feet
maximum— and closer if required. Use B-100 cross bolt
clamp type hangers and P-Series collectors.
For curves of five-foot radius or more, use five-inch
collector shoes. For curves of less than five-foot radius use
three-inch collector shoes; also consult the factory for
additional information.
conductor system discontinue circuits
Discontinue Circuits
On discontinuous circuits a pickup guide assembly must
be installed to ensure that the self-centering type collectors
engage and disengage the conductor bar. The pickup
guide (FE-2JNN3 is illustrated) must have its own support
point.
Interlocks, Switches, or Fixed Gaps
The maximum fixed gap occurring at interlocks is one-inch
when using 100 amp P-Series collectors and 1/2 inch
when using 40 amp collectors. Use transfer caps as shown
to ensure that the collector brushes transfer evenly and
smoothly. Also round both ends of the contact brushes to
facilitate the transfer. Use clamp type hangers only. When
both interlocks and curves of less than a four-foot radius
are encountered, the tandem 40 amp collector is
recommended.
conductor system special applications
Other Special Applications
Consult the factory for recommendations on applications
such as de-icing systems, totally enclosed systems, and
other systems not covered here.

Expansion Gaps
Expansion gaps should be placed at intervals determined
by 1) the expansion rate of the metal in the conductor
selected, and 2) the variation in temperature that will occur
at the conductor location over a full year of operation.
Example: A 300' long copper conductor system (X)
installed outdoors with an anticipated temperature
fluctuation of 80°F (Y).
Total Expansion = 300'/100' x 80°F/100°F = 2.4".
1. Steel Conductor Systems 3. Determine the Number of Expansion Gap Assemblies
Given that steel conductors expand 1" for every 150' of
runway with a temperature change of 100°F over a full
year of operation, put the length of the runway and the
maximum temperature change for the system to be used
into the following formula:
After calculating the actual expansion of the runway
conductor system, use the following rule of thumb to pick
the number of expansion gap assemblies:
a. Under 1" of expansion, use no expansion assemblies.
    Install one anchor clamp set at the center of the
    conductor run.
Total Steel Expansion (inches) = X/150' x Y/100°F
where X is the runway length and Y is the 12 month
temperature variation.
b. From 1" to 2" of expansion, use one expansion
    assembly in the center of the conductor run.
Example: A 450' long steel conductor (X) installed in a
building with an indoor temperature change of 40°F (Y).
c. From 2" to 4" of expansion, use two expansion
assemblies. Locate them at 1/3 of the runway length in
from each end.
Total Expansion = 450'/150' x 40°F/100°F = 1.2".
2. Copper Conductor Systems d. For systems with more than 4" of expansion, use one
expansion gap assembly for each 2" of expansion.
Given that copper conductors expand 1" for every 100' of
runway over a 100°F temperature change at the conductor
over a full year of operation, put the length of the runway
and the maximum temperature change for the system to
be used into the following formula:
4. Anchors
Anchor clamps are required at midpoint on all systems
without expansion gaps and halfway between gaps and
from gaps to the end of systems with multiple gaps. See
the Figure 8 Installation Instructions on anchor locations.
Total Copper Expansion (inches) = X/100' x Y/100°F.
conductor system expansion gaps The maximum gap opening for all ten foot Figure 8
expansion gap assemblies is 1-3/4 inches.
Expansion assemblies are also required at building
expansion joints.

Conductor Assembly Selection
Duct-O-Wire Figure 8 Conductor Bars are furnished as assemblies consisting of a ten-foot long conductor bar rated at
600 volts, an insulating cover, splice cover, and connector pins or joint clamps as applicable.
The insulating cover must be appropriate for the environment — indoor, outdoor, or high temperature — in
which the conductor is to operate.
Indoor systems are for use in ambient temperatures up to 160°F. They have an Orange PVC Insulating Cover. They
are not recommended for outdoor use in direct sunlight.
Outdoor systems are for use in direct sunlight and ambient temperatures up to 160°F. They have a Gray PVC
Insulating Cover with an ultraviolet additive.
High temperature systems are for use in ambient temperatures up to 280°F. They have a Yellow Lexan Insulating Cover.
From the table to the right, you can select the basic (FE) conductor assembly with the appropriate bar and insulating cover
for your application.

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Pricing for Basic Figure 8 (FE) Conductor Assemblies (10' Lengths)
10 ft. Lengths Assembly Model No.
Conductor
Bar Number
Weight
Pounds
Indoor
Use
Price
10'
Outdoor
Use
Price
10'
High Temp.
Use
Price
10'
FE-758 4.5 FE-758-2 $22 FE-758-2-SC $25 FE-758-2XHT $40
FE-908 6.5 FE-908-2 $25 FE-908-2-SC $28 FE-908-2XHT $43
FE-1608 6.5 FE-1608-2 $115 FE-1608-2-SC $118 FE-1608-2XHT $133
FE-2008 6.25 FE-2008-2 $80 FE-2008-2-SC $83 FE-2008-2XHT $98
FE-3008 6.75 FE-3008-2 $130 FE-3008-2-SC $133 FE-3008-2XHT $148
FE-5008 11.5 FE-5008-2 Upon Request FE-5008-2-SC Upon Request FE-5008-2XHT Upon Request
conductor system

Typical Conductor Mounting
Note: indicates minimum conductor spacing.
Standard Vertical Mounted Conductors Lateral Mounted Conductors
3-Phase System • Bottom Contact • 5 Ft. Maximum Support Spacing 4 Ft. Maximum Support Spacing.
typical conductor mounting Use only Lateral (L) Model Collectors.
typical conductor mounting
Monorail Application
Install two conductors on one side of the beam and one conductor on
the opposite side to balance the collector spring forces, particularly on
light weight hoists.
typical conductor mounting

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DUCT-O-BAR FIGURE 8 (FE) COMPONENTS
angle brackets for web mounting Model Number Weight
Pounds
Description Price
B-100-BR1A 1
Angle Brackets for Web Mounting
Brackets are galvanized 12 gauge rolled steel channel.
Hangers are priced separately, but will be factory
installed at no charge when hanger locations are
shown on sketch.
Bracket - 11-1/4" long.
$5.50
1.12 Bracket - 14-1/4" long.
$7.50
1.18 Bracket with gusset support - 14-1/4" long.
$10.00
1.5 Bracket - 20-1/4" long.
$9.00
1.57 Bracket with gusset support - 20-1/4" long.
$11.50
  Model Number Weight
Pounds
Description Price
straight brackets for top flange mounting B-100-BR3A 1.25 Straight Brackets for Top Flange Mounting
Brackets are galvanized 12 gauge rolled steel
channel. Hangers are priced separately, but
will be factory installed at no charge when
hanger locations are shown on sketch.
Bracket - 18" long.
$6.50
1.82
Bracket with two Mounting Clamps and hardware - 18" long
$13.00
1.32
Bracket - 21" long
$7.50
2.01
Bracket with two Mounting Clamps and hardware - 21" long
$14.00
1.6
Bracket - 24" long
$8.50
2.19
Bracket with two Mounting Clamps and hardware - 24" long
$12.00
8
Channel - 10 feet long
$40.00
0.31
Universal Mounting Clamps with hardware. For 5/8" to 1-5/16" thick Beam Flanges.
$3.00
1.75
Capped I-Beam Bracket with hardware. 18" long
$10.00
1.94
Capped I-Beam Bracket with hardware. 21" long
$11.00
2.12
Capped I-Beam Bracket with hardware. 24" long
$12.00
  T-Brackets with Mounting Plate for Web Mounting
straight brakets with mounting plate  B-100-BRCT1 1.2
Brackets are primed 12 gauge rolled steel
channel with mounting plate and hardware.
Hangers are priced separately, but will be
factory installed at no charge when hanger
locations are shown on sketch.
Bracket - 2 holes - 3-3/4" long.
$10.00
1.3 Bracket - 3 holes - 5-1/4" long. $10.25
1.5 Bracket - 4 holes - 6-3/4" long. $10.50
1.6 Bracket - 5 holes - 8-1/4" long. $11.00
1.7 Bracket - 6 holes - 9-3/4" long. $11.50
1.8 Bracket - 7 holes - 11-1/4" long. $11.75
1.9 Bracket - 8 holes - 12-3/4" long. $12.00
2 Bracket - 9 holes - 14-1/4" long. $12.50
2.1 Bracket - 10 holes - 15-3/4" long. $12.75
2.2 Bracket - 11 holes - 17-1/4" long. $13.00
2.3 Bracket - 12 holes - 18-3/4" long. $13.50
  Z-Brackets for Lateral Mounted Conductors 
z-brackets for lateral mounted conductors
Brackets are red primed 10 gage steel. Hangers are priced separately, but will
be factory installed at no charge when hanger locations are shown on sketch.
1.64
Z-Bracket - 3" hanger spacing, 6" mounting hole spacing. O.A.L. - 7-1/2"
$18.00
1.8
Z-Bracket with hardware - 3" hanger spacing, 6" mounting hole spacing. O.A.L. - 7-1/2"
$18.50

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  Model Number Weight
Pounds
Description Price
snap in type hanger assemblies  FE-908-2PF 0.1
Snap-In Type Hanger Assemblies 
These hangers are not recommended for curves, switches or
short runs unless separate anchors are used. Refer to the
Figure 8 installation Instructions.
Nylon Insulating Hanger.
$1.50
FE-908-2PFS 0.1 Nylon Insulating Hanger with Stainless Steel
Hardware.
$3.00
FE-908-2SF 0.11
 DO NOT USE nylon hangers in temperatures higher than
230F. DO NOT exceed 4 lb. per foot torque when tightening
nut on mounting bolt.
Zinc Plated Steel Hanger.
$1.50
0.11 Epoxy Coated Steel Hanger.
$3.25
0.11 Stainless Steel Hanger with Stainless Steel Hardware.
$5.00
 snap-in
    Snap-In Type Spring Hanger and Insulator
Assemblies for Outdoor, Wet and Dirty Applications 
0.2
Zinc Plated Steel Hanger with Insulator
$4.40
0.2
Epoxy Coated Steel Hanger with Insulator
$5.40
0.2
Stainless Steel Hanger with Insulator and Stainless Steel Hardware
$8.40
 clamp type hanger assembly
    Clamp Type Hanger Assemblies for
All Conductor Systems 
 
0.19
Zinc Plated Steel Hanger
$2.25
0.19
Epoxy Coated Steel Hanger. For special environments.
$4.00
0.19
Stainless Steel Hanger with Stainless Steel Hardware. For special environments.
$6.00
clamp type hanger 
    Clamp Type Hanger and Insulator Assemblies
for Outdoor, Wet and Dirty Applications  
 
0.3
Zinc Plated Steel Hanger with Insulator.
$5.40
0.3
Epoxy Coated Steel Hanger with Insulator.
$6.90
0.3
Stainless Steel Hanger with StainlessSteel Hardware.
$9.40
 clamp type special hanger assemblies
    Clamp Type Special Hanger Assemblies   
0.59
Zinc Plated Steel Triple Hanger Assembly. 1-1/2" centers.
For indoor dry applications only. Staggered Collectors.
$5.10
 snap-in type special hanger assemblies
    Snap-In Type Special Hanger Assemblies   
0.5
Plastic Triple Hanger Assembly
$6.60
0.53
Zinc Plated Steel Triple Hanger Assembly
$6.75
0.72
Zinc Plated Steel Four-Gang Hanger Assembly
$9.50
0.93
Zinc Plated Steel Five-Gang Hanger Assembly
$10.50
 mushrom insulators with hardware
    Mushroom Insulators with Hardware   
0.12
30% Glass-filled Nylon - 400F rated. Suitable for chemical or oil-laden atmospheres.
$2.50

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  Model Number Weight
Pounds
Description Price
 power feeds with insulating case
FE-908-2CP 0.25
Power Feeds with Insulating Case
90 Amp Rated - Steel. For FE-758-2 systems.
Will accept up to #4 AWG cable.
$9.00
0.26
110 Amp Rated - Copper. For FE-908-2 systems.
Will accept up to #2 AWG cable.
$12.00
0.63
250 Amp Rated - Bronze.For FE-1608-2 and FE-2008-2 systems. Will accept up to #1/0 AWG cable.
$35.00
1.1
350 Amp Rated - Cast Bronze. For FE-3008-2
systems. Will accept up to #3/0 cable.
$52.00
end power feeds 
    End Power Feeds 
0.14
40 Amp Rated. For all systems with FE-758
conductor bar.
$7.50
0.14
40 Amp Rated. For all systems with FE-908,
FE-1608, FE-2008, and FE-3008 conductor bar.
$7.50

 

 

 

 

 

expansion gap assemblies

    Expansion Gap Assemblies 
FE-758-2H10 7
Each assembly consists of a ten-foot conductor bar,
insulating cover, connector pins for one end, guide assembly,
two power feeds with a jumper cable and hanger set. Refer
to the Figure 8 Installation Instructions.
For Indoor System FE-758-2.
$105.00
7
For Outdoor System FE-758-2-SC.
$108.00
7
For High Temperature System FE-758-2XHT.
$115.00
9
For Indoor System FE-908-2.
$115.00
9
For Outdoor System FE-908-2-SC.
$120.00
9
For High Temperature System FE-908-2XHT.
$125.00
10.5
For Indoor System FE-1608-2.
$280.00
10.5
For Outdoor System FE-1608-2-SC.
$290.00
10.5
For High Temperature System FE-1608-2XHT.
$300.00
10
For Indoor System FE-2008-2.
$245.00
10
For Outdoor System FE-2008-2-SC.
$260.00
10
For High Temperature System FE-2008-2XHT.
$270.00
12.5
For Indoor System FE-3008-2.
$300.00
12.5
For Outdoor System FE-3008-2-SC.
$315.00
12.5
For High Temperature System FE-3008-2XHT.
$320.00
 special application components
    Special Application Components   
3.75
Pickup Guide Assembly - 3" wide. Includes clamps and two foot section of system conductor. Specify conductor system.
$120.00

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  Model Number Weight
Pounds
Description Price
 special application components
FE-758-GCT 0.08
Special Application Components (cont.)
Transfer Cap. For FE-758 Bar only. $4.00
0.08
Transfer Cap. For FE-758 Bar only.
Cut at 45 for left hand curves.
$6.50
0.08
Transfer Cap. For FE-758 Bar only.
Cut at 45 for right hand curves.
$6.50
0.08
Transfer Cap. For FE-908, FE-1608, FE-2008,
and FE-3008 Bar.
$4.00
0.08
Transfer Cap. For FE-908, FE-1608, FE-2008 and
FE-3008 Bar. Cut at 45 for left hand curves.
$6.50
0.08
Transfer Cap. For FE-908, FE-1608, FE-2008, and
FE-3008 Bar.Cut at 45 for right hand curves.
$6.50
0.02
Isolating Piece - 1" long. For all bars except
FE-758 and FE-5008
$2.50
0.19
Isolating Piece - 8" long. For all bars except
FE-758 and FE-5008
$7.00
B-100-TG
1.81
Steel Transfer Guide Assembly.
For use with isolating pieces.
Upon Request
B-100-TGE
1.81
Epoxy Coated Transfer Guide Assembly.
For use with isolating pieces.
Upon Request
 c-series collector assemblies
    C-Series Collector Assemblies 
C-40-V3 1.5
C-Series Collectors are used on short continuous
run systems. They feature steel pivot points for good
tracking capability.
40 Amp Collector - single shoe.
Vertical mount.
$60.00
2.75
40 Amp Collector - single shoe. Lateral mount
with steel counter weight. O.A.L. - 15"
$70.00
1.8
100 Amp Collector - single shoe. Vertical mount.
$74.00
3.13
100 Amp Collector - single shoe. Lateral mount
with steel counter weight. O.A.L. - 16"
$90.00
 collector mounting post
    Collector Mounting Post 
3.25
Mounting Post with Hardware - 18" long.
Mounting plate is 4" square with 3" hole
spacing for C-Series and P-Series Collectors.
(Contact us for special lengths or finishes.)
$30.00

 p-series collector assemblies

    P-Series Collector Assemblies 
P-40-V3 2.19
P-Series collectors are used on straight and curved runs
and transfers. The pantograph design provides virtually
constant spring pressure for the entire stroke range.
Lateral Mount Collectors are provided with spring balance.
Conductor Bars must be spaced at least 3 inches apart.
40 Amp Collector - single shoe. Vertical mount.
$65.00
2.5
40 Amp Collector - single shoe. Lateral mount.
$70.00
2.25
40 Amp Collector - single shoe. Self-centering.
$85.00
2.44
100 Amp Collector - single shoe. Vertical mount.
$79.00
2.55
100 Amp Collector - single shoe. Lateral mount.
$89.00
2.6
100 Amp Collector - single shoe. Self-centering.
$99.00

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  Model Number Wgt.
Lbs.
Description Price
p-series collector assemblies
P-80-VT3 4.34
P-Series Collector Assemblies (cont.)
80 Amp Collector - double shoe.
Vertical mount.
$118.00
4.35
80 Amp Collector - double shoe.
Lateral mount.
$128.00
4.5
80 Amp Collector - double shoe.
Self-centering.
$138.00
5
200 Amp Collector - double shoe.
Vertical mount.
$144.00
4.63
200 Amp Collector - double shoe.
Lateral mount.
$154.00
4.6
200 Amp Collector - double shoe.
Self-centering.
$174.00
 additional components
    Additional Components 
0.03
Spring Cover Clip - Zinc Plated Steel.
Used only to ensure alignment of the
cover on laterally mounted systems.
Placed midway between hangers.
$1.00
0.3
Clamp Hanger Set - 2 pieces.
Clamps both sides of hanger.
$6.00
0.04
Flexible PVC End Cap.
For all Figure 8 conductor bars.
$1.00
0.02
Nylon Anchor Pin. For drilled anchoring.
Two required at each hanger.
$0.75
2.88
Connector Tool. One tool usually ordered
for each new system. Used to pull two
sections of bar together.
$20.00
0.1
Connector Tool Pins - Pair.
$5.00
0.05
Splice Cover - Standard black. Use this part number when ordering extra splice covers.
$1.00
      Conductor Bar Cleaning Accessories
C-100-VCT 1.8
Contact us for application.
Complete C-Series Collector with
cleaning head. Vertical mount.
$84.00
2.19
Complete P-Series Collector with cleaning head. Vertical mount.
$89.00
0.5
Cleaning Head only for C-Series or
B-Series Collectors.
$38.00
0.57
Cleaning Head only for P-Series Collector.
$68.00
0.17
Series C & P Contact Shoe with
Self Cleaning Inserts - 3"L x 1/4"W
$18.00
0.26
Series C & P Contact Shoe with
Self Cleaning Inserts - 5"L x 1/4"W
$28.00
0.14
Cleaning Brush - Stainless Steel.
$34.00

DUCT-O-BAR

SPECIAL APPLICATION CONDUCTORS

All Duct-O-Wire Figure 8 conductor systems can be sized electrically by using the general and technical
information contained in this brochure. For applications with special mechanical or environmental considerations,
refer to the table below for the proper Duct-O-Bar System to use.
duct-o-bar special application conductors
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