entrance cable

entrance cable

[′en·trəns ‚kā·bəl]
(electricity)
Cable that brings power from an outside power line into a building.
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Use caution when painting or working in areas near the electric service entrance cable to your home.
The mayor also explained that residents are responsible for damage to their electrical service beyond the Unitil connection, including repairs to the weatherhead and insulator where electrical lines connect to their home, the service entrance cable, the meter box where the meter is mounted and the main service panels inside the home.
A third-party inspector subsequently must examine the electric meter panel and the service entrance cable, then affix a seal on the meter panel.