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Issued 10-01-13 E.C.S.

Section WJC00
INFORMATION SECTION Page 1 of 1

JOINT CONSTRUCTION INDEX

SECTION WJC01: GENERAL
GENERAL ................................................................................................. Page 1
SECTION WJC02: MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH
POLE STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS ............................................ Page 1
MAXIMUM SPAN TABLES .................................................................. Page 4
SECTION WJC03: OVERHEAD LINES
VERTICAL CLEARANCE AT SUPPORTS ..................................... Page 1
RECOMMENDED POLE HEIGHTS ................................................ Page 3
VERTICAL CLEARANCE BETWEEN EQUIPMENT ..................... Page 3
REQUIREMENTS FOR VERTICAL AND LATERAL SUPPLY
CONDUCTORS ON SUPPLY LINE STRUCTURES OR
WITHIN SUPPLY SPACE ON JOINTLY USED
STRUCTURES ................................................................................... Page 3
REQUIREMENTS FOR VERTICAL SUPPLY CONDUCTORS
PASSING THROUGH COMMUNICATION SPACE ON JOINTLY
USED LINE STRUCTURES ............................................................. Page 3
REQUIREMENTS FOR VERTICAL COMMUNICATION
CONDUCTORS PASSING THROUGH SUPPLY SPACE ON
JOINTLY USED STRUCTURES ...................................................... Page 3
CATV POWER SUPPLY ................................................................... Page 3
NORMAL POLE SPACE ALLOTMENT .......................................... Page 3
JOINT USE ATTACHMENTS EXISTING ALLIANT POLES ...... Page 5
FLOW CHART FOR JOINT USE ATTACHMENTS ON
EXISTING POLES ............................................................................. Page 6
BONDING OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS TO ELECTRIC
SUPPLY SYSTEM ............................................................................. Page 7
ANCHORING ON JOINT USE POLES ................................................ Page 7
APPENDIX ............................................................................................ Page 8
ALLIANT ENERGY OWNED COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT WITHIN SUPPLY SPACE ABOVE
SECONDARY AND BELOW PRIMARY NEUTRAL ...................... Page 9
ALLIANT ENERGY OWNED COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
WITHIN SUPPLY SPACE ABOVE SECONDARY AND BELOW
PRIMARY NEUTRAL WITH STREET LIGHTING PRESENT ............. Page 10
CUSTOMER OR FOREIGN OWNED COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT BETWEEN SUPPLY AND COMMUNICATION
LINES ................................................................................................. Page 11
CUSTOMER OR FOREIGN OWNED COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT BELOW SUPPLY AND COMMUNICATION LINES ....... Page 12


Issued 06-01-07 E.C.S. Section WJC01
INFORMATION SECTION Page 1 of 1

JOINT CONSTRUCTION GENERAL


1. GENERAL
In many cases it is preferable from both economic and environmental viewpoints for two or
more utilities to use the same supporting structure for their systems.
Based on the 1996 Telecommunications Act, communication companies have the right to
attach to Alliant facilities. This section provides the guidelines for space requirements
between Alliant and other communication companies.
According to NESC 012B, it is the responsibility of the entity, utility or contractor, doing
the work to assure that the requirements of the NESC are met. Therefore, when a utility
adds a cable or conductor to its own pole or pole owned by another, it is the responsibility
of the installing utility (or contractor) to assure that clearances, grounding and strength
requirements will be met.
The NESC further recognizes that, while joint use is often desirable, it may not be
advisable in all locations.
(END)
Issued 10-01-13 E.C.S. Section WJC02
INFORMATION SECTION Page 1 of 19

JOINT CONSTRUCTION MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH


1. POLE STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS - MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH
a. Maximum Span Length - Based on Pole Strength
The following series of tables are the maximum span lengths for various distribution structures.
These tables only consider pole strengths for Grade B construction. In 2012 Alliant Energy
changed its design requirement and all new construction will be designed using Grade B load
and strength factors. The application of this data should be used to verify adequate pole
strengths for distribution equipment and up to two additional communication circuits as
described on the following pages.
Alliant ruling span limits should be followed for rural and urban construction. These limits were
established to resolve conductor conflict concerns and to satisfy component breaking strength
criteria. Maximum ruling span lengths are listed in section B115G, in the
"
Design Guidelines
"

table below each structure drawing.
Example 1a: 15 kV distribution line, 45 foot class 4 pole, 266 ACSR with a 266ACSR neutral, Grade
B construction, and a 50 kVA transformer. Figure 02-1.
Refer to Table 02-4, for Grade B, with the sub table labeled
"
With 50 kVA transformer.
"
This sub
table indicates that the maximum span length for the 45 foot class 4 pole is 245 feet.


Figure 02-1 - Maximum Span Length


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Example 1b: Add Comm 1 to the structure in Example 1a.
Refer to Table 02-5, for Grade B, with the sub table labeled With 50 kVA transformer. The
maximum span length for the 45 foot Class 4 pole is 187 feet.
Example 1c: Add Comm 1 and Comm 2 to the structure in Example 1a.
Refer to Table 02-6, for Grade B, with the sub table labeled With 50 kVA transformer. The
maximum span length for the 45 foot Class 4 pole is 159 feet.
If the required span length is longer than the maximum allowable span length, then a larger class pole
must be used.
Example 2a: 15 kV distribution line, 45 foot class 4 pole, 1/0 ACSR with a 1/0 ACSR neutral, Grade
construction, and 600 KVAR capacitor bank. Figure 02-2.





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JOINT CONSTRUCTION MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH

Refer to Table 02-1, for Grade B, with the sub table labeled
"
600 KVAR Cap Bank.
"
This sub
table indicates that the maximum span length for the 45 foot class 4 pole is 285 feet. Note, this
span is longer than the design guidelines in section B115G page 2 of 39, which indicates
275
'
. Therefore, the limiting span length is 275
'
.


Figure 02-2 - Maximum Span Length
Example 2b: Add Comm 1 to the structure in Example 2a.
Refer to Table 02-2, for Grade B, with the sub table labeled
"
600 KVAR Cap Bank.
"
The
maximum span length for the 45 foot Class 4 pole is 209 feet.
Example 2c: Add Comm 1 and Comm 2 to the structure in Example 2a.
Refer to Table 02-3, for Grade B, with the sub table labeled
"
600 KVAR Cap Bank.
"
The
maximum span length for the 45 foot Class 4 pole is 175 feet.
If the required span length is longer than the maximum allowable span length, then shorter
spans or a larger class pole must be used.


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The following data and assumptions were used to develop the maximum span length tables:





Comm 1: 1 10M stranded messenger wire
1 - 1.5
"
diameter cable
Total diameter of 1.89
"
. Total weight 1.7lb/ft.
Comm 1 attachment point is 48 below the electric attachment point.
Comm 2:
1 - 1/4
"
messenger
1 - 1/2
"
Coax
1 3/4
"
Coax

Total Diameter 1.2
"
. Total Weight 0.36 lb./ft.
Comm 2 attachment point is 12 below Comm 1.
1/0 TRIPLEX
SERVICE:
50 ft. length at 200 lbs. tension, perpendicular to structure
4/0 TRIPLEX
SERVICE:
50 ft. length at 300 lbs. tension, perpendicular to structure


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JOINT CONSTRUCTION MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH

Table 02-1 - 1/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent
GRADE B







































This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.
15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 229 298 378 472
40 234 301 378 467
45 229 292 365 467
50 -- 286 356 452
55 -- 280 348 440

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 174 225 286 355
45 169 217 273 352
50 -- 212 265 339
55 -- 207 259 329

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- 200 264 339
40 144 196 256 326
45 137 186 242 320
50 -- 180 233 306
55 -- 175 226 296

With 50kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 222 291 371 463
45 217 282 358 463
50 -- 276 348 447
55 -- 270 340 434

**Double circuit (8' &12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 191 241 298 363
45 184 230 294 356
50 179 223 283 353
55 175 217 275 341

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 244 312 392 485
45 238 303 379 483
50 -- 296 369 467
55 -- 290 360 454

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 181 249 329 422
45 174 239 313 419
50 -- 231 303 402
55 -- 225 294 388

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- 180 245 320
40 124 175 236 305
45 117 165 221 300
50 -- 158 211 285
55 -- 154 204 274

With 3- 50kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 276 357 451
45 -- 267 342 447
50 -- 260 332 431
55 -- 254 324 418

**Double circuit (8' &12' xarm) and 50kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 180 230 287 352
45 173 219 283 345
50 169 212 272 342
55 165 207 264 330

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 184 236 296 366
45 179 227 283 362
50 -- 222 275 349
55 -- 217 269 338

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 294 374 466
45 -- 285 360 465
50 -- 278 350 449
55 -- 272 342 436

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 137 189 249 319
45 130 179 235 313
50 -- 173 226 299
55 -- 168 219 289

With 3 - 167kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 334 427
45 -- -- 192 426
50 -- -- -- 409
55 -- -- -- 194

**Double circuit (8' &12' xarm) and 3- 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 175 225 282 347
45 167 213 277 338
50 162 205 265 335
55 158 200 257 323



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This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.

Table 02-2 - 1/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone

GRADE B
























15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 165 215 273 340
40 167 214 269 332
45 163 207 259 330
50 -- 202 252 319
55 -- 199 246 310

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 139 180 228 284
45 134 172 216 278
50 -- 167 208 266
55 -- 163 203 257

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 115 156 205 260
45 109 147 191 253
50 -- 141 183 240
55 -- 137 176 231

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 166 217 276 345
45 161 208 263 340
50 -- 203 254 326
55 -- 198 248 316

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 156 197 243 297
45 149 187 239 288
50 145 180 228 285
55 142 175 221 274
15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 182 233 292 361
45 176 223 278 355
50 -- 217 269 340
55 -- 212 262 330

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVa
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 135 187 247 316
45 128 176 231 308
50 -- 169 221 293
55 -- 164 214 282

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 99 140 189 244
45 92 131 175 237
50 -- 124 166 223
55 -- 120 160 214

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 206 265 334
45 -- 196 251 328
50 -- 190 242 314
55 -- 186 235 303

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 148 187 242 294
50 143 179 230 289
55 140 174 222 277

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 147 189 237 292
45 142 180 224 286
50 -- 175 216 273
55 -- 171 210 265

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 219 278 347
45 -- 209 264 341
50 -- 203 255 327
55 -- 199 248 316

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 109 151 199 255
45 103 142 186 248
50 -- 136 177 235
55 -- 132 171 226

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- --

--
40 -- -- 252

323
45 -- -- 132

316
50 -- -- --

301
55 -- -- --

125

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 143 182 237 289
50 137 173 224 283
55 133 168 215 270



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This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.
Table 02-3 - 1/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone and CATV
GRADE B




































15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 137 178 226 282
40 138 176 222 273
45 134 170 212 270
50 -- 166 206 260
55 -- 162 201 253

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 121 157 199 247
45 116 149 187 241
50 -- 144 179 229
55 -- 140 174 221

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 100 137 179 227
45 -- 127 166 220
50 -- 121 157 207
55 -- 118 151 198

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 140 183 233 290
45 134 174 220 284
50 -- 168 211 270
55 -- 164 205 261

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 138 173 214 261
45 131 164 209 253
50 127 157 200 249
55 124 153 193 239

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 153 196 246 304
45 142 186 232 296
50 -- 180 223 282
55 -- 176 216 273

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 114 158 208 266
45 107 147 193 258
50 -- 141 184 244
55 -- 136 177 233

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 123 164 213
45 -- 113 151 205
50 -- 107 143 192
55 -- 103 137 184

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 173 223 281
45 -- 164 210 274
50 -- 158 201 260
55 -- 154 195 251

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 134 169 219 266
50 128 161 206 259
55 125 155 198 247

15 KV TANGENT
POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With r/o Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 128 165 207 255
45 123 156 194 248
50 -- 150 186 235
55 -- 147 180 227

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 184 234 292
45 -- 175 221 285
50 -- 169 212 271
55 -- 165 205 261

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Trans former
35 -- -- -- --
40 95 132 174 222
45 -- 123 161 215
50 -- 117 153 202
55 -- 113 147 194

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 214 274
45 -- -- 116 266
50 -- -- -- 251
55 -- -- -- 108

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 129 164 214 261
50 123 156 201 254
55 119 149 192 241



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Table 02-4 - 266 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent
GRADE B








































This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.
15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 198 258 328 410
40 203 261 328 405
45 198 253 317 405
50 -- 248 309 392
55 -- 243 302 381

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Trans former
35 -- -- -- --
40 156 202 256 318
45 151 195 245 315
50 -- 190 238 304
55 -- 186 232 295

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- 179 236 304
40 129 175 229 292
45 123 167 217 287
50 -- 161 209 275
55 -- 157 203 266

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 193 253 322 402
45 188 245 310 401
50 -- 239 302 387
55 -- 234 295 377

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 166 209 258 315
45 160 199 255 308
50 155 193 246 306
55 152 189 238 296

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 211 271 340 420
45 206 263 328 419
50 -- 257 320 405
55 -- 252 312 394

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Trans former
35 -- -- -- --
40 157 216 286 366
45 151 108 272 363
50 -- 200 263 348
55 -- 195 255 337

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- 161 219 286
40 111 157 211 274
45 105 148 198 269
50 -- 142 190 256
55 -- 138 184 246

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 240 309 389
45 -- 231 297 388
50 -- 225 288 373
55 -- 220 281 362

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 156 199 249 305
45 150 190 246 299
50 146 184 236 297
55 143 180 229 286

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 165 211 266 328
45 160 204 254 325
50 -- 199 247 313
55 -- 195 241 304

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 255 324 404
45 -- 247 312 403
50 -- 241 304 389
55 -- 236 296 378

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 123 169 223 286
45 117 160 211 281
50 -- 155 203 269
55 -- 151 197 259

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 - - -- -- --
40 -- -- 290 371
45 -- -- 137 369
50 -- -- -- 332
55 -- -- -- 140

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 152 195 244 301
45 145 185 240 294
50 140 178 230 291
55 137 173 223 280



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Table 02-5 - 266 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone
GRADE B












































This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 149 193 246 306
40 151 193 243 299
45 147 187 233 298
50 -- 183 227 288
55 -- 179 222 280

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 127 165 209 260
45 123 158 198 255
50 -- 153 191 244
55 -- 150 186 236

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 105 143 187 238
45 100 135 175 232
50 -- 129 168 220
55 -- 126 162 212

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 149 195 248 309
45 145 187 236 305
50 -- 182 229 293
55 -- 178 223 284

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 139 175 216 264
45 133 166 212 257
50 129 160 203 254
55 126 156 197 244

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 163 209 262 324
45 158 200 250 319
50 -- 195 242 306
55 -- 191 236 297

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 123 168 221 283
45 115 158 208 277
50 -- 152 199 264
55 -- 148 193 254

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 128 173 223
45 -- 120 160 217
50 -- 114 152 205
55 -- 110 147 197

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 185 238 299
45 -- 176 226 295
50 -- 172 218 282
55 -- 166 212 273

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 131 166 214 260
50 127 159 204 256
55 124 154 197 246

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 135 173 217 268
45 130 165 206 262
50 -- 160 198 251
55 -- 157 193 243

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 196 250 311
45 -- 188 237 307
50 -- 183 230 294
55 -- 179 224 285

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 100 138 182 233
45 95 130 170 227
50 -- 124 163 215
55 -- 121 157 207

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 226 289
45 -- -- 104 284
50 -- -- -- 243
55 -- -- -- 100

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 126 161 209 256
50 121 154 198 251
55 118 149 191 240

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Table 02-6 - 266 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone and CATV

GRADE B





















This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.
15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 125 163 207 259
40 126 162 203 251
45 123 156 195 248
50 -- 152 189 239
55 -- 149 185 233

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 112 145 184 229
45 107 138 173 223
50 -- 133 167 212
55 -- 130 162 205

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 126 165 210
45 -- 118 154 203
50 -- 113 146 192
55 -- 109 141 184

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 128 167 212 265
45 123 159 201 259
50 -- 154 193 248
55 -- 151 188 240

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 124 156 193 235
45 118 148 189 228
50 114 142 180 225
55 112 138 174 216

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 140 179 224 277
45 134 170 212 271
50 -- 165 204 258
55 -- 161 198 250

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 104 144 190 243
45 98 135 177 236
50 -- 129 168 223
55 -- 125 162 214

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 113 152 197
45 -- 105 140 190
50 -- 99 133 179
55 -- 96 127 171

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 158 204 256
45 -- 150 192 250
50 -- 145 184 238
55 -- 141 178 230

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 120 151 196 238
50 115 144 185 232
55 112 139 178 222

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 119 152 191 236
45 114 144 180 230
50 -- 139 173 219
55 -- 136 168 211

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 168 214 266
45 -- 160 202 260
50 -- 154 194 248
55 -- 151 188 240

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 122 161 205
45 -- 114 149 199
50 -- 108 142 188
55 -- 105 136 180

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 195 249
45 -- -- 94 242
50 -- -- -- 217
55 -- -- -- 89

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 115 147 191 234
50 110 139 180 227
55 106 134 172 216

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Table 02-7 477 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent

GRADE B










































This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 182 236 301 375
40 186 239 300 371
45 180 234 291 372
50 -- 225 286 362
55 -- 221 283 356

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 144 189 239 297
45 140 182 229 295
50 -- 176 223 285
55 -- 172 219 278

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 119 162 212 270
45 114 154 201 266
50 -- 140 194 255
55 -- 146 188 246

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 175 229 292 364
45 170 222 281 364
50 -- 217 274 351
55 -- 212 268 342

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 149 187 231 282
45 143 179 229 277
50 138 173 220 275
55 135 169 214 265

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 193 247 311 384
45 187 241 300 383
50 -- 233 294 372
55 -- 229 290 365

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 142 196 259 331
45 137 188 247 329
50 -- 182 238 316
55 -- 177 232 306

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 145 196 253
45 -- 137 184 249
50 -- 132 176 237
55 -- 128 170 229

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 163 217 280 352
45 157 210 269 351
50 -- 204 261 339
55 -- 183 255 329

* *Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 140 178 223 273
45 135 170 220 268
50 130 165 212 266
55 127 161 206 257

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 154 197 248 306
45 149 190 238 303
50 -- 184 231 293
55 -- 181 227 286

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 231 294 367
45 -- 224 283 366
50 -- 218 275 353
55 -- 214 269 343

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 113 156 207 264
45 108 149 195 261
50 -- 144 188 249
55 -- 140 182 241

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 262 335
45 -- -- 105 334
50 -- -- -- 254
55 -- -- -- 107

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 136 174 219 269
45 130 166 215 263
50 124 160 207 261
55 122 155 200 251

Section WJC02 E.C.S. Issued 10-01-13
Page 12 of 19 INFORMATION SECTION

MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH JOINT CONSTRUCTION


Table 02-8 - 477 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone
GRADE B









































This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 138 180 228 285
40 140 180 226 279
45 137 174 218 278
50 -- 170 212 268
55 -- 167 207 261

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 119 155 196 244
45 115 148 186 240
50 -- 144 180 230
55 -- 141 175 222

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 99 134 176 223
45 94 127 165 218
50 -- 122 158 207
55 -- 118 153 200

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 138 180 230 287
45 134 174 219 283
50 -- 169 213 272
55 -- 165 207 264

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 125 158 195 238
45 120 150 192 232
50 117 145 184 229
55 114 141 178 221

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 151 193 243 300
45 146 186 232 296
50 -- 181 225 284
55 -- 177 219 276

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 112 155 205 262
45 107 147 193 257
50 -- 141 185 245
55 -- 137 179 236

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 120 162 210
45 -- 112 151 204
50 -- 107 143 193
55 -- 104 138 185

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 129 171 220 277
45 123 164 209 273
50 -- 159 202 262
55 -- 137 197 254

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 119 150 194 236
50 114 145 185 233
55 111 141 179 224

15 KVTANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 126 162 203 251
45 122 155 193 247
50 -- 151 186 236
55 -- 147 182 229

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 182 231 288
45 -- 174 220 284
50 -- 170 213 273
55 -- 166 208 265

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Trans former
35 -- -- -- --
40 94 130 171 219
45 -- 122 160 214
50 -- 117 153 203
55 -- 114 148 195

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 209 267
45 -- -- 84 263
50 -- -- -- 198
55 -- -- -- 82

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 113 146 190 232
50 109 140 181 228
55 106 135 174 218

Issued 10-01-13 E.C.S. Section WJC02
INFORMATION SECTION Page 13 of 19

JOINT CONSTRUCTION MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH


Table 02-9 - 477ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone and CATV

GRADE B





















This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 118 153 195 243
40 119 152 191 236
45 116 147 183 234
50 -- 144 178 226
55 -- 141 174 219

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 106 137 174 216
45 102 131 164 211
50 -- 126 158 201
55 -- 123 153 195

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 119 156 198
45 -- 112 145 192
50 -- 107 138 182
55 -- 104 134 175

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 119 156 199 248
45 115 149 188 243
50 -- 145 182 233
55 -- 141 177 225

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 114 144 178 217
45 109 136 174 210
50 104 131 166 207
55 102 127 161 199

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 131 167 210 259
45 126 160 199 254
50 -- 155 192 243
55 -- 151 187 235

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 98 135 178 227
45 92 126 166 221
50 -- 121 158 209
55 -- 117 152 201

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 107 144 186
45 -- 99 133 180
50 -- -- 126 169
55 -- -- 121 162

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 111 148 191 240
45 107 140 180 235
50 -- 136 173 224
55 -- 123 168 216

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 110 139 179 218
50 104 132 170 213
55 102 128 163 204

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 112 144 181 223
45 108 137 170 217
50 -- 132 164 207
55 -- 129 159 200

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 157 200 249
45 -- 150 189 244
50 -- 145 182 233
55 -- 142 177 225

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Trans former
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 115 152 194
45 -- 108 141 188
50 -- 103 134 178
55 -- 100 129 171

With 3 - 167 kVA Trans formers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 182 233
45 -- -- -- 227
50 -- -- -- 181
55 -- -- -- --

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 106 135 175 214
50 100 128 165 209
55 97 123 158 199

Section WJC02 E.C.S. Issued 10-01-13
Page 14 of 19 INFORMATION SECTION

MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH JOINT CONSTRUCTION


Table 02-10 - T-2 1/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent
GRADE B
























This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.


15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 193 251 320 399
40 198 254 319 394
45 193 247 309 394
50 -- 242 301 382
55 -- 237 294 372

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 152 198 251 312
45 148 191 240 309
50 -- 186 233 298
55 -- 182 228 289

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- 175 232 297
40 126 172 225 286
45 121 163 213 282
50 -- 158 205 269
55 -- 154 199 260

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 188 246 314 391
45 183 239 302 391
50 -- 233 294 378
55 -- 228 287 367

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 162 204 252 307
45 155 194 249 301
50 151 188 239 298
55 148 184 232 288

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 206 264 332 410
45 201 256 320 409
50 -- 250 312 395
55 -- 246 304 384

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 153 211 278 356
45 147 202 265 354
50 -- 195 256 339
55 -- 190 249 328

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- 158 215 281
40 108 154 207 268
45 102 145 194 263
50 -- 139 186 251
55 -- 135 180 242

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 233 301 379
45 -- 226 289 378
50 -- 220 281 364
55 -- 215 274 353

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 152 194 242 297
45 146 185 240 291
50 143 180 230 289
55 140 175 223 279

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 162 207 260 321
45 157 200 249 318
50 -- 195 242 307
55 -- 191 236 298

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 248 316 394
45 -- 241 304 393
50 -- 235 296 379
55 -- 230 289 368

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 120 166 219 280
45 115 157 207 276
50 -- 152 199 263
55 -- 148 193 254

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 282 361
45 -- -- 134 360
50 -- -- -- 323
55 -- -- -- 136

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 148 190 238 293
45 141 180 234 286
50 137 174 224 283
55 134 169 217 273

Issued 10-01-13 E.C.S. Section WJC02
INFORMATION SECTION Page 15 of 19

JOINT CONSTRUCTION MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH


Table 02-11 - T-2 1/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone

GRADE B





















This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 146 189 241 300
40 148 189 238 294
45 144 184 229 292
50 -- 179 223 282
55 -- 176 218 274

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 125 162 206 255
45 121 155 195 251
50 -- 151 188 240
55 -- 147 183 233

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 141 184 234
45 -- 133 173 228
50 -- 127 165 217
55 -- 124 160 209

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 146 191 243 303
45 142 183 232 299
50 -- 179 225 288
55 -- 175 219 279

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 136 171 212 258
45 130 162 208 251
50 126 157 199 248
55 124 153 193 239

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 160 205 257 317
45 153 197 245 313
50 -- 191 237 300
55 -- 187 231 291

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 119 164 217 277
45 113 155 204 272
50 -- 149 195 258
55 -- 145 189 249

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 126 170 220
45 -- 118 158 214
50 -- 112 150 202
55 -- 109 144 194

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 181 233 293
45 -- 173 221 289
50 -- 168 214 277
55 -- 163 208 268

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 128 162 209 254
50 124 155 199 250
55 121 151 192 240

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 133 170 213 263
45 128 162 202 258
50 -- 157 195 247
55 -- 154 190 239

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 193 245 305
45 -- 184 233 301
50 -- 179 225 288
55 -- 175 219 279

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 136 179 229
45 -- 128 168 224
50 -- 122 160 212
55 -- 119 155 204

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 222 283
45 -- -- 102 278
50 -- -- -- 238
55 -- -- -- 98

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 123 157 205 250
50 119 150 194 245
55 115 145 187 235

Section WJC02 E.C.S. Issued 10-01-13
Page 16 of 19 INFORMATION SECTION

MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH JOINT CONSTRUCTION


Table 02-12 - T-2 1/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone and CATV
GRADE B





















This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 123 160 204 254
40 124 159 200 247
45 121 154 192 245
50 -- 150 186 236
55 -- 147 182 229

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 110 143 182 226
45 106 136 171 220
50 -- 131 164 210
55 -- 128 160 202

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 124 163 207
45 -- 116 151 200
50 -- 111 144 189
55 -- 108 139 182

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 125 164 209 260
45 121 156 197 255
50 -- 152 190 244
55 -- 148 185 236

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 122 153 190 231
45 116 145 185 224
50 112 139 177 220
55 110 135 171 212

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 137 176 221 272
45 132 167 209 266
50 -- 162 201 254
55 -- 158 195 246

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 102 141 187 239
45 96 132 174 232
50 -- 126 165 219
55 -- 123 160 210

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 112 150 194
45 -- 103 138 187
50 -- 98 131 176
55 -- 94 125 168

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 155 200 252
45 -- 147 188 246
50 -- 142 181 234
55 -- 139 176 226

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 117 148 192 233
50 113 141 181 228
55 110 137 174 217

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 117 150 188 232
45 112 142 177 226
50 -- 137 170 216
55 -- 134 165 208

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 165 210 262
45 -- 157 198 256
50 -- 152 191 244
55 -- 148 185 236

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 120 158 202
45 -- 112 147 196
50 -- 107 140 185
55 -- 104 135 177

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 192 245
45 -- -- 92 238
50 -- -- -- 214
55 -- -- -- 87

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 113 144 187 229
50 108 137 176 223
55 104 131 169 212

Issued 10-01-13 E.C.S. Section WJC02
INFORMATION SECTION Page 17 of 19

JOINT CONSTRUCTION MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH


Table 02-13 - T-2 4/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent
GRADE B





















This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.
15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 171 223 283 354
40 175 225 283 350
45 171 219 274 350
50 -- 214 267 338
55 -- 210 261 330

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 138 179 227 282
45 134 173 218 280
50 -- 169 212 270
55 -- 165 207 262

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 114 155 204 259
45 109 148 193 255
50 -- 143 186 245
55 -- 140 181 236

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 166 217 277 345
45 162 211 267 345
50 -- 206 260 334
55 -- 202 254 324

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 141 177 219 267
45 135 169 216 262
50 130 164 208 260
55 127 160 202 251

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 182 233 293 361
45 177 226 283 361
50 -- 221 275 349
55 -- 217 269 339

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 135 186 246 315
45 130 178 234 312
50 -- 173 226 300
55 -- 168 220 290

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 139 188 243
45 -- 131 176 239
50 -- 126 169 228
55 -- 123 163 219

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 155 206 266 334
45 144 199 255 334
50 -- 194 248 322
55 -- 168 242 312

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 132 169 211 258
45 127 161 208 254
50 122 156 201 252
55 120 152 195 243

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 146 188 236 291
45 143 181 226 289
50 -- 177 220 278
55 -- 173 215 270

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 219 279 348
45 -- 212 269 347
50 -- 207 261 335
55 -- 203 255 326

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 109 150 198 253
45 104 143 187 250
50 -- 138 180 239
55 -- 134 175 231

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 249 318
45 -- -- 96 317
50 -- -- -- 233
55 -- -- -- 98

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 129 165 207 255
45 123 157 204 249
50 117 151 195 247
55 115 147 189 238

Section WJC02 E.C.S. Issued 10-01-13
Page 18 of 19 INFORMATION SECTION

MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH JOINT CONSTRUCTION


Table 02-14 - T-2 4/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone
GRADE B











































This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 133 173 220 274
40 135 173 217 268
45 132 168 209 267
50 -- 164 204 258
55 -- 161 199 251

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 115 149 189 235
45 111 143 180 232
50 -- 139 174 222
55 -- 136 169 215

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 95 130 170 216
45 -- 122 159 211
50 -- 118 152 201
55 -- 114 148 193

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 132 173 220 275
45 129 167 211 272
50 -- 162 204 262
55 -- 159 199 254

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 119 150 186 226
45 114 143 182 221
50 111 138 175 218
55 109 134 170 210

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 145 186 233 288
45 140 178 222 284
50 -- 174 216 273
55 -- 170 210 265

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 108 149 196 251
45 103 141 185 247
50 -- 136 177 235
55 -- 132 172 227

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 116 156 202
45 -- 109 146 197
50 -- 104 138 187
55 -- 100 134 179

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 121 164 211 266
45 115 157 201 262
50 -- 153 194 252
55 -- 129 189 244

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 112 141 183 222
50 108 136 174 219
55 106 132 168 210

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 122 156 196 242
45 118 150 187 238
50 -- 146 180 228
55 -- 142 176 221

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 175 222 277
45 -- 167 211 273
50 -- 163 205 262
55 -- 159 200 254

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 91 125 165 211
45 -- 118 155 206
50 -- 113 148 196
55 -- 110 143 189

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 200 256
45 -- -- -- 252
50 -- -- -- 185
55 -- -- -- --

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 109 138 180 220
50 104 132 171 216
55 101 128 165 207

Issued 10-01-13 E.C.S. Section WJC02
INFORMATION SECTION Page 19 of 19

JOINT CONSTRUCTION MAXIMUM SPAN LENGTH


Table 02-15 - T-2 4/0 ACSR - 3 Phase Tangent with Telephone and CATV

GRADE B











































This table only considers pole strength.
*
Pole may have to be guyed or keyed to assure pole will remain straight.
**
Overhead service conductor is assumed to be guyed
Values in shaded cells are limited by vertical pole loading, instead of transverse wind loading.
(END)
15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Rural Spacing
35 114 148 188 235
40 115 147 185 229
45 112 142 177 227
50 -- 139 173 219
55 -- 136 168 212

With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 103 133 169 210
45 99 127 159 205
50 -- 123 153 196
55 -- 120 149 189

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 116 151 192
45 -- 108 141 187
50 -- 104 134 177
55 -- 101 130 170

With 50 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 115 150 192 239
45 111 144 182 235
50 -- 140 175 225
55 -- 137 171 218

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm)
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 109 138 170 207
45 104 130 167 201
50 100 125 159 199
55 98 122 154 191

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height Tangent Urban Spacing
35 -- -- -- --
40 126 161 203 250
45 121 154 192 245
50 -- 149 185 234
55 -- 146 180 227

*With 50' of 1/0 Triplex Service and 25 kVA
Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 94 130 171 219
45 -- 122 160 213
50 -- 117 152 202
55 -- 113 147 194

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary and 50' of 4/0
Triplex Service
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 104 139 180
45 -- 96 129 175
50 -- 91 122 164
55 -- -- 117 157

With 3 - 50 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 107 143 184 231
45 103 136 173 227
50 -- 131 167 216
55 -- 116 162 209

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 50 kVA
transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 105 132 171 208
50 100 127 162 204
55 97 123 156 195

15 KV TANGENT

POLE
CLASS
5 4 3 2

Height With 4/0 Triplex Secondary
35 -- -- -- --
40 109 139 175 216
45 104 133 165 211
50 -- 128 159 201
55 -- 125 154 195

600 KVAR Cap Bank
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 152 193 241
45 -- 145 183 236
50 -- 140 176 225
55 -- 137 171 218

*With 4/0 Triplex Secondary, 50' of 1/0
Triplex Service and 25 kVA Transformer
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- 112 147 188
45 -- 104 137 183
50 -- 100 130 173
55 -- 97 126 166

With 3 - 167 kVA Transformers on
Cluster Mount
35 -- -- -- --
40 -- -- 175 224
45 -- -- -- 219
50 -- -- -- 170
55 -- -- -- --

**Double circuit (8' & 12' xarm) and 3 - 50
kVA transformer
POLE CLASS
4 3 2 1
40 -- -- -- --
45 101 129 167 204
50 95 122 158 200
55 92 118 152 190

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1. VERTICAL CLEARANCE AT SUPPORTS
The NESC requires that safe clearance be provided at supports and throughout the span.
Table 03-1 - Minimum Vertical Clearance at Supports Between Line Conductors, shows minimum
vertical clearances at supports between line conductors as required by the NESC 235.C.1. Further,
NESC 235C2b(1) requires a mid-span clearance of at least 30 inches between Alliant Energy
supply and communication company conductors and NESC 235H2 requires a 4 inch minimum
clearance between communication conductors, cables and equipment.
For joint use installations, the greater of two requirements must be met; the basic clearance at the
structure or the midspan clearance. For supply conductors exceeding 8.7 kV to ground, an
additional clearance adder is required.
To maintain the required mid-span clearance, additional clearance at the pole between the lowest
supply conductor and the highest communications cable is required to account for sags during
expected ice and thermal loading conditions, sags due to longer spans, errors in sags and tensions
and movement over the life of the installation.
Alliant Energy design criteria require that the vertical clearances at supports be increased to the
values shown in the following table.
Table 03-1 - Minimum Vertical Clearance at Supports Between Line Conductors
(See also Clearance ECS WCL06, Table 06-3b)
(All Voltages are phase to phase)
Upper Conductors

Secondary
(In)
Neutral
(In)
Primary
(2.4 - 15 kV)
(In)
Primary
(24.9 kV)
(In)
(34.5 -69 kV)
(In)
Communication Conductors & Cables
Below Upper Conductor

NESC Minimum (1) 40 40 40 43 54
Alliant Recommended (2):
Spans up to 150 ft. 72 60 72 84 84
151 ft. 175 ft. 84 60 84 84 96
176 ft. 200 ft. 84 72 84 84 96
201 ft. 225 ft.
Not
Recommended
72 84 96 96
225 ft. 250 ft.
Not
Recommended
72 96 96 108
251 ft. 275 ft.
Not
Recommended
72 96 108 108

NOTES:
(1) NESC 235C1, Table 235-5, Vertical Clearance Between Conductors at Supports and Alliant
ECS WCL06, Table 06-3b.
(2) Additional clearance at supports, greater than NESC minimum, is required to assure adequate
clearance throughout the span [NESC 235.C.2b).


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ASSUMPTIONS:
Sag related clearances, as specified by NESC 235C2b (1) (a) are based on the upper conductor
or cable being at its lowest position or greatest sag during either ice loading or thermal loading.
Sag for the lower conductor or cable is determined based on an unloaded condition, initial sag
and ambient temperature.
Clearances between supply and communication conductors at any point in the span are based
on the following conditions:
a. Neutral conductor (1 phase vertical and 3 phase triangular construction), either:
1. Summer conditions: 120 F, final sag (NESC 235C2b(1)(c)i) OR
2. Winter conditions: 32 F, inch ice, no wind, final sag (NESC 235C2b(1)(c)ii)
b. Phase conductor (1 phase or 3 phase flat construction), either:
1. Summer conditions: 212 F, final sag (NESC 235C2b(1)(c)i) OR
2. Winter conditions:32 F, inch ice, no wind, final sag (NESC 235C2b(1)(c)ii)
c. Minimum sag of the highest communications conductor:
1. Summer conditions: 90 F, initial sag OR
2. Winter conditions:0 F, no ice, initial sag
d. To maintain 4 inch mid-span separation between communication circuits, 24 inch spacing at
the pole is required. The following assumptions were used to calculate this spacing:
1. Winter conditions: Top communications conductor - 32 F, inch ice, no wind, final sag
2. Winter conditions: Bottom communications conductor -32 F, no ice, no wind, initial sag
Total clearance at the supporting structure is based on the 30 inch basic mid-span clearance
plus the maximum sag of the supply conductor or cable (due to ice or thermal loading) less the
minimum sag of the communication cable (ambient temperature and initial sag).
Clearance to ground calculations are based on the assumption the bottom communications
circuit is at 32 F, inch ice, no wind, final sag.
NOTE: When developing the max span tables, to determine transverse loading the larger
diameter cable (Comm1) was mounted above the smaller cable (Comm2). When calculating
pole heights, both Comm1 and Comm2 were analyzed mounted above the other and it was
determined that the mounting location of the communication cables does not change the
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2. RECOMMENDED POLE HEIGHTS
Based on the NESC clearance requirements, Alliant analysis, and the above assumptions, the
following pole heights are recommended to accommodate the addition of communication
conductors in urban and rural areas.
Urban construction (includes secondary) 45 poles up to approximately 175

spans.
50 poles for spans greater than 175

.
Rural construction (no secondary) 40 poles up to 275

spans.
3. VERTICAL CLEARANCE BETWEEN EQUIPMENT
Vertical clearance between supply conductors and communication equipment, between commu-
nication conductors and supply equipment, and between supply and communication equipment
shall be as specified in ECS Section WCL09.2, Table 09-1, except for clearances of guys, span
wires and brackets which is specified in ECS Section WCL09.3, Table 09-2.
4. REQUIREMENTS FOR VERTICAL AND LATERAL SUPPLY CONDUCTORS ON SUPPLY LINE
STRUCTURES, OR WITHIN SUPPLY SPACE ON JOINTLY USED STRUCTURES
See ECS Section WCL10.5 and Table 10-5a.
5. REQUIREMENTS FOR VERTICAL SUPPLY CONDUCTORS PASSING THROUGH
COMMUNICATION SPACE ON JOINTLY USED LINE STRUCTURES
See ECS Section WCL10.6.
6. REQUIREMENTS FOR VERTICAL COMMUNICATION CONDUCTORS PASSING THROUGH
SUPPLY SPACE ON JOINTLY USED STRUCTURES
See ECS Section WCL10.7.
7. CATV POWER SUPPLY
See Electric Service Information Manual, Chapter VII, section 1071.

8. NORMAL POLE SPACE ALLOTMENT
a. Following is typical usage of a jointly used pole or supporting structure. These are approximate
values.

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Alliant Primary, Neutral and/or Secondary Conductors and Equipment Space
The pole space occupied by Alliant facilities - Conductors, transformers, reclosers,
capacitor banks, etc.

Pole Spacing Required between Alliant and Communication Cables and
Conductors
The pole space required to maintain clearance between the lowest Alliant
conductors and highest communications cable or conductor as shown in WJC02,


Communication Conductor or Cable Space
Pole space allotted for communications cables and conductors:
a. 24 inches in urban areas, assuming no more than 2 communications conductors
OR
b. 12 inches in rural areas, assuming no more than one communication conductor.

















Minimum Ground Clearance as shown in WCL03, Table 03-1 plus an additional 2.5
ft. of clearance to allow for installation variations during construction due to terrain,
communication conductor sag, final pole setting depth, etc.



Alliant
Conductors
Space



Separation
Space



Communication
Space





Communication
Cable Sag
Allowance






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9. JOINT USE ATTACHMENTS - EXISTING ALLIANT POLES
Regardless of whether an existing pole has TeleCo/CATV attachments, Alliant must verify that
existing pole has adequate pole strength to support the proposed additional communication
conductors.
Maximum pole strength tables for various equipment configurations are found in ECS Section
WJC02. If proposed TeleCo/CATV cable is significantly larger or smaller than the cables used in
WJC02, then utilize the Moment tab in the eng_tool_V?.xls spreadsheet, available on the Alliant
Compass, to calculate the pole strength required. (Note: For line configurations different than those
described in ECS Section WJC02, please contact the zone distribution engineer for assistance.)
If the additional attachment reduces the structure strength to below the grades of construction listed
above, then the last company attaching to an existing pole and creating the need for the upgrade is
responsible for the costs of upgrading the structure.
Once Alliant has determined that adequate pole strength exists, additional TeleCo/CATV cables
shall be attached at a height and location that meets or exceeds NESC minimum mid-span spacing
from Alliant conductors and ground clearance.
Existing Poles with No Attachments
If an existing Alliant owned pole has no communications cables attached, Alliant pole spacing
standards as specified in WJC03, Table 03-1 shall be applied.
Existing Poles with TeleCo/CATV Attachments
To determine if pole has adequate height to attach additional TeleCo/CATV conductors, ground
clearance and the spacing on the pole between the lowest Alliant neutral or secondary conductor
and existing communications cable must be determined:
1) Minimum spacing on the pole must be no less than 48-inches.
2) Determine if existing TeleCo/CATV conductors have adequate ground clearance. In general,
for normal line locations, a minimum of 18-feet ground clearance at mid-span is required at
60 F. For highway, railroad and water crossings, additional clearance is required as
referenced in ECS Section WCL03, Table 03-1. (Note the clearances referenced in Table
03-1 are based on maximum conductor sag conditions.) Alliant Energy strongly
recommends that communication companies maintain a minimum of 18-feet mid-span
ground clearance.
3) The TeleCo/CATV company is required by NESC Code to attach no closer than 12- inches
below existing communications cable. Each TeleCo/CATV company is responsible for
determining if adequate pole, mid-span and ground clearance exists and proposed
additional conductor(s) can be installed at a suitable attachment height to meet or exceed
NESC code clearance requirements.

TeleCo/CATV company is responsible for notifying Alliant personnel in writing that the proposed
additional conductor can be installed on existing Alliant pole in compliance with applicable NESC code
provisions.


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10. FLOW CHART FOR JOINT USE ATTACHMENTS ON EXISTING POLES




















TeleCo/CATV company is responsible for
notifying Alliant personnel in writing that the
proposed additional cable can be installed on
existing Alliant pole in compliance with
applicable
NESC code provisions.


TeleCo/CATV
Company may
install comm.
cable.

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11. BONDING OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS TO ELECTRIC SUPPLY SYSTEMS. (NESC 097G)

Where both electric supply systems and communication systems are grounded on a joint use
structure, either a single grounding conductor shall be used for both systems or the electric supply
and communication grounding conductors shall be bonded together, except where separation is
required by Rule 97A. Where the electric supply utility is maintaining isolation between primary and
secondary neutrals, the communication system ground shall be connected only to the primary
grounding conductor.

12. ANCHORING ON JOINT USE POLES

Normally, supply systems and communications systems will provide their own anchoring. The
electric supply system anchoring may be shared if the following conditions are met:

1) Alliant Energy is contacted prior to design.
2) Electric supply system existing guy lead is less than 12 ft., there is no means to obtain 6 ft. of
separation between anchors, or where an obstruction does not allow separate communication
system anchoring.
3) Agreed to by both parties in the design stage.
4) Existing anchoring is capable of withstanding all attachments.
5) Payment is received for initial increased cost of anchoring.
6) Any future changes to facilities are approved in advance.
7) The communications system guy wire will be insulated according to NESC requirements.




















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13. APPENDIX

ADDITIONAL ALLIANT ENERGY REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS

1. All installations shall conform to the National Electrical Code, the National Electrical Safety Code, Iowa, Illinois,
Minnesota and Wisconsin State Electrical codes for clearances and working space.

2. Alliant Energy will not allow customers power equipment on the following poles; transformer bank poles, capacitor
poles, riser poles, three phase switch poles, three phase corner poles or three phase tap poles, and ornamental lighting poles.

3. Metering facilities will not be allowed on Alliant Energy poles except where a prior joint use attachment agreement exists
between Alliant Energy and the party requesting the service.

4. Drawings AACZL.dgn and AASZL.dgn apply to customer or foreign owned and Alliant Energy owned communication
facilities located within or below communication space on Alliant Energy owned poles.

5. Drawings AASZH.dgn and AASZSL.dgn are for exclusive use by Alliant Energy for Alliant Energy owned
communication equipment located in the supply space on Alliant Energy owned poles.

6. Customer equipment shall be banded to Alliant Energy facilities. The use of bolts is prohibited.

7. Customers equipment may not be located in the climbing space.

8. Customers equipment may not occupy more than two adjacent quadrants.

9. Communication equipment shall not be mounted to lighting supports.

10. Dimensional Note 1 in the drawings refers to a bounded space within which all related communication facility apparatus
is mounted: including the communication device(s); antennae, disconnecting device(s), and all mounting hardware.
Clearance between antennae and disconnects must meet all applicable electrical codes.

11. Alliant Energy will require a Weather Proof Service Fused Disconnect.

12. Service Entrance Conduit will be non-metallic schedule 80. If metallic conduit is used, it shall be covered with a non-
metallic covering 40 above and 72 below any communication attachments.

13. Bonding shall be provided between all metallic power and communications apparatus.

14. Unit antennas must be facing downward to eliminate the possibility of injury to personnel working above the unit. The
other option is the use of flexible antennas.

15. The unit cannot prevent other communication companies from accessing their facilities.

16. The service entrance conductors must be #10 solid conductors.

17. A grounding grid separate from any ground that may be on the pole is required.

18. The weather head and Wi-Fi unit must be mounted on the same quadrant of the pole.

19. The unit may have to be relocated, at the owners expense, should the pole be needed for Alliant Energy business
purposes.



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14. ALLIANT ENERGY OWNED COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT WITHIN SUPPLY SPACE ABOVE
SECONDARY AND BELOW PRIMARY NEUTRAL

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15. ALLIANT ENERGY OWNED COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT WITHIN SUPPLY SPACE ABOVE
SECONDARY AND BELOW PRIMARY NEUTRAL WITH STREETLIGHTING PRESENT

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16. CUSTOMER OR FOREIGN OWNED COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT BETWEEN SUPPLY AND
COMMUNICATION LINES

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17. CUSTOMER OR FOREIGN OWNED COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT BELOW SUPPLY
AND COMMUNICATION LINES