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sgoodno

02:13AM | 12/11/03
Member Since: 12/10/03
15 lifetime posts
Bvelectrical
Hello, I am adding a 60 Amp subpanel to my detached garage. The service to the garage will be overhead from the main panel. I was wondering if it was proper to run CATV and phone cables bundled with the overhead electrical feeder from the main panel. If so what precautions are needed for saftey and noise reduction?

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klokwork

03:48AM | 12/12/03
Member Since: 11/30/03
9 lifetime posts
I'm not sure, but I would say no. I seem to remember reading that there should be a two foot distance, when possible, between your power and low voltage runs.

Maybe if it is sheilded in its own conduit?


hcbph

11:15AM | 12/13/03
Member Since: 09/25/03
47 lifetime posts
I don't know where you're at, but here you cannot have antenna wire and power wires in the same conduit. I was able to run 2 separate conduits side-by-side, one for electrical and the other for TV/Speaker wire.

berich

06:47PM | 01/04/04
Member Since: 01/03/04
9 lifetime posts
I work for a phone and catv company and no you can not run low voltage cable and high voltage cable in same conduit....but I NEVER had a problem running them parallel to electrial in walls or attics..

micahelellis

05:36PM | 01/08/04
Member Since: 01/07/04
20 lifetime posts
To eliminate any interference with television, computer, phone signals, you really want to keep line and low voltage min. 12" apart, preferably 18". And make sure that if the wires cross, they do so at 90 degrees. While you might not see much interference with a single 15A circuit, a 60A subpanel feed is much more likely to create interference on your low voltage lines.
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