Change List for this Rule

 

Original Version

Rule 54.4-D3

 

54.4-D3)    Conductors Passing and Unattached: The centerline clearance between poles and conductors which pass unattached shall not be less than 1 times the clearances specified in Table 1, Case 8, except where the interest pole is within 10 feet of a pole to which the passing conductors are attached.  Where poles of the two lines are less than 10 feet apart, clearances not less than as specified in Table 1, Case 8 shall be maintained between the center line of any pole and conductors which pass unattached.

This rule will often necessitate the use of clearance crossarms with conductor clearance as specified in Table 1, Case 8, or the alternate increased clearances for service drops as provided in Rule 54.8-C3.

 

Strikeout and Underline Version

Rule 54.4-D3

 

54.4-D3)    Conductors Passing and Unattached: The centerline clearance between poles and conductors which pass unattached shall not be less than 1 times the clearances specified in Table 1, Case 8, except where the interest pole is within 10 feet of a pole to which the passing conductors are attached or where the provisions of Table 1, Case 10, Columns D, E, F, and G can be applied.  Where poles of the two lines are less than 10 feet apart, clearances not less than as specified in Table 1, Case 8 shall be maintained between the center line of any pole and conductors which pass unattached.

This rule will often necessitate the use of clearance crossarms with conductor clearance as specified in Table 1, Case 8, or the alternate increased clearances for service drops as provided in Rule 54.8-C3.

 

Final Version

Rule 54.4-D3

 

54.4-D3)    Conductors Passing and Unattached: The centerline clearance between poles and conductors which pass unattached shall not be less than 1 times the clearances specified in Table 1, Case 8, except where the interest pole is within 10 feet of a pole to which the passing conductors are attached or where the provisions of Table 1, Case 10, Columns D, E, F, and G can be applied.  Where poles of the two lines are less than 10 feet apart, clearances not less than as specified in Table 1, Case 8 shall be maintained between the center line of any pole and conductors which pass unattached.

This rule will often necessitate the use of clearance crossarms with conductor clearance as specified in Table 1, Case 8, or the alternate increased clearances for service drops as provided in Rule 54.8-C3.