Q: What is the weight of 500 mcm thhn wire per foot?

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About 1.5 lb per linear foot. A Circular Mil is the area of a circle with a diameter of 1/1000 of an inch. The first "M" actually stands for 1000, and "MCM" is interchangeable with "kCM." 500 MCM has an cross-sectional area of 253.4 sq mm (2.534 sqcm, a density of 8.96 g/cc. 1 foot is 30 cm. 2.534*8.96*30 = 692 g = 1.52 lb. Of course if you're using 500MCM cable you're probably installing it in a 3-phase system, with possibly a full-size neutral, so for total runs, you may have a 3-4 multiplier for a total weight of a single set run.

You mean foot pounds, not feet per pound. Work = weight x distance = 500 x 60 =3000 foot - pounds

The weight of a 1973 Nomad travel trailer is going to depend on the length. A 19 foot Nomad of this year will weigh about 2,500 to 3,000 pounds. A 20 foot Nomad will weigh about 500 pounds more. The weight is usually posted on the inside of the entrance door on a metal plate.

The amp rating of a 500 MCM (thousand circular mil) cable can vary depending on the insulation type and installation conditions. Generally, a rough estimate for a 500 MCM cable with THHN insulation in a typical installation would be around 380-400 amps. However, it is recommended to consult the manufacturer's specifications or a qualified electrician to determine the exact ampacity for a specific application.

Foot and feet are the same measurement - foot is the singular of feet.

No. 1 foot = 0.3048 meters.

It is still 500 km by car or on foot.

The cost of 500 MCM (thousand circular mils) copper wire per foot can range from $2 to $5, depending on factors such as market prices, supplier pricing, and quantity purchased. Prices may vary based on current market conditions and availability.