Pole line 2 of 3

By Eian Greene; posted January 5, 2003

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This is a mid-span pole on my pole-line. It has a old cross arm drilled for wood pegs. Insulators are: CD 162,162,163,162,115,U-188,115,U-55 Ohio Brass, and a CD 113. all but the porcelain are Hemingrays. This pole raises the line and also drops the telephone wires to the out-building. If you look to the bottom right on the pole, you will see a light that I made. It runs on 12 volts DC. On the cross-arm is a fused cutout that I also made. The link is a single strand of wire. It blows at about 10 amps.