|3309 Handhole (3309 or 09)||SDG&E||Connection point for secondary and service voltage cables (120/240V)|
|3313 Handhole w/Traffic Lid (3313 TRF or 13)||SDG&E||Connection point for secondary and service voltage cables (120/240V) when traffic lid required|
|3314 Handhole (3314 or 14)||SDG&E||Connection point for primary and secondary voltage cables|
|3315 Handhole (3315 or 15)||SDG&E||Connection point for primary and secondary voltage cables|
|3316 Handhole (3316 or 16)||SDG&E||Connection point for primary and secondary voltage cables|
|Capacitor||SDG&E||Used on the primary voltage circuitry to regulate primary distribution voltage|
|Closed-delta station||SDG&E||Transformer design used typically in commercial areas for a particular secondary voltage|
|Fuse Cabinet||SDG&E||Facility designed to protect (fuse) local distribution system (transformers feeding homes and local businesses)|
|Open-delta station||SDG&E||Transformer design used typically in commercial areas for a particular secondary voltage|
|Terminator||SDG&E||Primary voltage (12kv) cable termination point - used for pulling and connection point|
|Switch - PME||SDG&E||Primary cable switching capability to allow for switching between different circuits; offers multiple fusing options than Trayer|
|Switch - Trayer||SDG&E||Primary cable switching capability to allow for switching between different circuits; more useful where space is a premium|
|Switch PME5||SDG&E||Fused switching cabinet; used typically in commercial areas near residential for primary electric distribution|
|Single-phase transformer||SDG&E||Typical step-down equipment used in residential areas; steps down primary voltage to useable secondary/service voltages|
|Universal Pedestal||AT&T||A fiber & copper splice point and may house terminals. Equipment enclosures will remain in place because they contain equipment that is water sensitive and require ready access|
|Hand-Hole Base||AT&T||A connection point that contains cables and splice cases.|
|Multi-Purpose Housing||AT&T||Contains a splice point for both fiber & copper cable and may contain terminals. Equipment is water-sensitive and must be placed above-grade. Equipment requires ready access|
|Pedestal/Hand-hold combination||AT&T||Pedestals with hand-hole bases provide increased flexibility and capacity that should result in the reduction of required equipment.|
|Serving Area Interface/ Video Ready Access Device||AT&T||
Serving Area Interface (SAI): The primary distribution point for a serving area.
Video Ready Access Device (VRAD): Contains fiber optic equipment that delivers U-verse video and other communications services to homes and business in the serving area.
The SAI and VRAD are sensitive to water and must be placed above-grade, requires ready-access and will remain in place to serve the community.
|Hand-Hole||Cox Communications Time Warner Cable||This round vault is a service drop and used as a long distance pull point and creates an access points for construction, installation, and repair of fiber or coaxial plant.
|Vault||Cox Communications Time Warner Cable||Used to create access points for construction, installation, and repair of fiber or coaxial plant.
|Node||Cox Communications Time Warner Cable||This pedestal houses the node in conversions that converts light to RF and a limited amount of fiber optic cable.
|Tap||Cox Communications Time Warner Cable||This pedestal is for conduit taps and some amplifiers in conversions and new development.
|Tap||Cox Communications Time Warner Cable||This green pedestal is for conduit taps in conversions and new development. The size is determined by the equipment requirement as well as the number and size of the conduits serving the pedestal.
|Power Supply||Cox Communications||Provides power to amplifiers that supply services to customers.
|Power Supply||Time Warner Cable||Powers the cable system.