BARE CONDUCTOR AS PER ASTM STANDARDS
All-Aluminum Alloy Conductor.
AAAC-6201 bare conductor meets or exceeds the following ASTM standards:
l B-398 Aluminum-Alloy 6201-T81 Wire for Electrical Purposes.
l B-399 Concentric-Lay-Stranded 6201-T81 Aluminum Alloy Conductors.
Aluminum alloy 6201 wires. concentrically stranded.
- Q:My PC is giving a proble, on attaching the power cable into the CPU, the display goes off, What's the problem?
- The power cable goes in the power supply, not the processor (CPU: Central Processing Unit) That's your problem
- Q:Can I use left over/excess power cable as ground cable?
- Yes just make sure to have a way to tell them apart like wrapping the insulation of the ground with black tape.
- Q:evidence of why 'power cables' are bad?
- Well, before 1977 the United States had massed produced electrical powerlines which used PCB's, or PolyChlorinated Biphenols. They were chains of of chlorine, used as insulators in powerlines. They get into the air and the people are sick around them at a certain period of exposure. They give people really bad acne and it gets into water underground and many other ways of infection are possible (even eating food around a powerline outside. However, many of the powerlines you see now are younger than 1977, but if you see any powerlines that you suspect are extremely old or at least 30 years old, and you believe it has PCB's and are worried it is infecting the area of environment... You should call FEMA or some sort of environmental pickup specialists or something. How do I know all this? Selected research, I believe my area may have a large amount of ground PCB levels.
- Q:Help Running Power, Phone, Network, and Cable Line to my Shed!?
- What I've read here is pretty good. However, having the same situation in front of me for next year (I'm restoring a Victorian era property outside of Toronto, ON- house now, garage next year), my design made me start wondering about the same thing. You don't really need a wire phone line in 2010 do you? Use a cordless if it is in range. Otherwise, use network cable for the phone line as the electrical shielding and twisted pair nature of it is superior. For your satellite cable, direct burial is a great option and saves you running that second conduit. I took a look at what the local cable operator does and its rather simple. They just bury the direct burial line literally inches from the surface. If its good enough for them...... For your data and network cabling...Do you picture yourself surfing the net in the shed? Use a WiFi signal. I thought of the broadband needs of a seperate garage building and found that (for my IP security camera mounted on the garage) that a WiFi signal was plenty! I'm talking a hi definition (I only use the best for security cams) colour full motion bandwidth intensive camera here. WiFi is carrying it glitch free.
- Q:Can PS3 FAT use and standard PC power cable?
- yes you can due same due its only a cable
- Q:Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S315i Power Supply cable.?
- There is no direct benefit for the operation of the speakers by upgrading to a 750 watt power supply. The amplificatiion power is external. Only a small relatively small power signal is delivered by the computer
- Q:Can I push phantom power through a 100' microphone cable?
- You should be able to push power through a 100' cable. A mic doesn't draw much current so wire size shouldn't be an issue.
- Q:can you hook up 2 power cables to one battery?
- It will drain the battery quite a bit faster. I have been in this same scenario myself. I just bought the splitter, and besides it never hurts to have extra cable.
- Q:Engineering materials inspection, all types of cable wires should be issued a test report?
- Buy a distributor on the line, the computer city generally have
- Q:dell printer 922 power cable.. ?
- visit OKorder
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