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3M™ Motor Lead Inline Pigtail Splice 5311, 1 kV, 10-4 AWG (feeder), 12-4 AWG (motor lead), 1/case

Part Number 53113M ID 80610123301UPC 00054007122678
  • Designed for use with copper compression, 1 or 2 hole lugs
  • Has a durable EPDM rubber construction
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Specifications
Attribute Name
Value
Application
Used on Cables with a Rated Operating Temperature of 90 deg C and an Emergency Overload Rating of 130 deg C; to Splice (Insulate and Seal) Motor Lead Connections for 1000V and Less Cables Sized 16 AWG to 500 kcmil
Application/Industry
Commercial Construction, Industrial Construction
Brand
3M™
Cable Shielding
Single Conductor Non-Shielded Cable
Color Family
Black
Connection Type
Inline (Non-Shielded)
Family
5300
Insulation Outside Diameter by Conductor Size
12-8 AWG (0.17-0.24 Inch), 8-4 AWG (0.30-0.36 Inch)
Insulation Outside Diameter by Conductor Size (Metric)
12-8 AWG (4.3-6.1 mm), 8-4 AWG (7.6-9.1 mm)
Insulation Outside Diameter Range
8 to 4 AWG: 0.30 to 0.36 in
Insulation Outside Diameter Range (Metric)
8 to 4 AWG: 7.6 to 9.1 mm
Kit Includes
(3) Adapter Sleeves
Manufacturing Origin
USA
Maximum Bolt Length
1/2 in
Maximum Bolt Length (Metric)
12.7 mm
Maximum Feeder Lead Size
4 AWG
Maximum Motor Lead Size
4 AWG
Maximum Operating Voltage
1 kV
Packaging
1/Case
Product Color
Black
Range Feeder Cable (AWG & kcmil)
10-4
Splice Cover Inner Diameter
12-8 AWG: 0.14 in / 8-4 AWG: 0.24 in
Splice Cover Inner Diameter (Metric)
12-8 AWG: 3.6 mm / 8-4 AWG: 6.1 mm
Splice Cover Length
4-5 in
Splice Cover Length (Metric)
101.6-127.0 mm
Splice Type
Inline
Units per Case
1
Voltage
1 kV and less
Details
  • Designed for use with copper compression, 1 or 2 hole lugs
  • Has a durable EPDM rubber construction

3M™ Motor Lead Inline Splicing Kits 5311-5314 Series are designed for splicing motor lead cables to incoming feeder cables, including the accommodation of inline connections at 1000 volts and less. The splice’s main component, the slip on splice cover, is made from EPDM rubber. A mastic strip is used for the moisture seal.

3M™ 5300 Series Motor Lead Inline Splice Kit contains 3 adapter sleeves, an inline splice cover, a silicone grease tube and an instruction sheet. It is designed for use with copper compression, 1 or 2 hole lugs. Its slip on splice cover has a durable EPDM rubber construction while the mastic strips in the kit seal moisture. After being crimped onto the cables, use this kit to insulate and seal the lugs that are bolted together in an inline configuration. CSA Certified and RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant‎.

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