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:Graphics cards? Will it matter how much power it uses if it has a power cord/plug thing?
- With a power cord, cable, plug thingy? I've never seen such a setup, and I thought I knew a bit about computers. I know I've seen old (mid 2000s) articles about something like that, but it never got market traction as far as I'm aware. I'd say that you would have to replace your power supply - but I guess a separate power supply should be another solution as well - though it might actually be cheaper to replace the power supply rather than having a separate power supply for your GPU. Also, your motherboard doesn't necessarily support the newest GPUs at any rate, so... yeah.
- Q:ATX power cable missing pin?
- Im confused, which cable is this? If this is a home-built PC RMA your power supply but if it's a HP/Dell/Whatever then call them for support and/or warranty info.
- Q:Where can I find a power cable for the eMachines monitor .. model 900W?
- try radio shack.
- Q:Where do I attach the Remote Power cable of my Amp to my Kenwood Radio?
- The amp won't activate except there is voltage on the distant terminal. it rather is the function of the amp distant cord; it connects to a head unit output, which sends voltage to the terminal whilst the top unit is on. in case you do no longer connect a distant cord, the amp will never activate. in case you connect the distant cord to a continuing means source, the amp will never turn off. you should cord it to a key-switched means source, or the distant output on the top unit. some amplifiers have sign-sensing circuits which will immediately turn the amp on on each occasion an audio sign is detected. those amplifiers do no longer require distant cables, yet they're extremely uncommon.
- Q:Where in the US can I get power cables for the smaller electrical appliances?
- Go to stores like Best Buy, Radio Shack, or Fry's. Those devices use power supplies, not just cords. If it used just a cord, it would likely have an IEC two or 3 pin inlet, where you likely can easily get a replacement standard US plug cord. The small circular plug is coaxial, and exclusively used for low voltage (below 50 volts). The HDD at least may use a universal supply (all mine do), in which case a plug adapter will work. Check the Skype power supply, it might be similar.
- Q:Wiring a power cable?
- you don't have to but its highly suggested you do, it will save your amp if anything happens
- Q:How can you tell which lines on telephone poles are power lines, cable lines, and phone lines?
- electric on top cable in the middle telephone on bottom,,,, i notice as they are installing FiOS that they appear to be installing it below the cable, but above the copper telephone wiring,...
- Q:Off-brand laptop power cable?
- There are many Reasons 1- your battery is dead 2- your battery is not connected 3- if you can work with your laptop when you plug in the charger your charger is valid otherwise check the cable check power cord in other laptop If battery charge Then problem In Your laptop battery You have to replace it
- Q:what is the difference in applications between single and multicore power cables?
- Multi-core power cables are useful any time you're carrying a circuit in and out of an appliance at the same location. Usually that's just 2 plus an optional ground. For electronic devices with specialized power requirements, there may be several power lines in the cable carrying different voltages. Single-core power cables are especially useful in high amperage appliances, such as welding equipment, and in DC automotive wiring in which the chassis serves as the ground. Thick cables for high amperage are hard enough to manage and wire without being bundled into a multi-core monster. It also makes sense to use single core cables with a ground chassis so that you only have to run one wire, and just complete the circuit to ground at the point of use. Single-core power cables can also be useful in serial or parallel wired appliances, or power supplies, such as a string of lights, or an array of batteries.
- Q:Is it safe to use power cables when they're would up in a coil?
- there is no danger coiling cords.dont fold the cord or you could break the wire
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