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barbed iron wire/galvanized barbed wire for protection
1)Low carbon steel,Middle carbon steel
2)high-quality low-carbon steel
barbed iron wire/galvanized barbed wire for protection
Materials: high-quality low-carbon steel wire (galvanization, plastic coating and spraying plastics).
Wire Materials: Low carbon steel,Middle carbon steel
Packing:as per customer's requirement, wodden pallet,carton and so on.
General Use: Barbed wire mainly serves in protecting of grass boundary, railway, highway, etc.
Strand and Barb in B.W.G.
Approximate Length per Kilo in Meter
Barbs Spacing 3"
Barbs Spacing 4"
Barbs Spacing 5"
Barbs Spacing 6"
- Q:help with guitar pickup wiring?
- Here's okorder.com/... The single coil will be very similar. You'll note that the humbucker has 4 wires, but two of them are soldered together. You can ignore them and wire your single coil like the other 2 wires. Bare wire goes to ground. White wire goes to the outside lug of the volume pot. Center lug of volume pot goes to output jack.....the part that connects to the tip of the plug. Opposite lug of volume pot goes to ground Outside ring of input jack goes to ground.
- Q:What gauge wire do i need?
- Selecting the wire gauge is the easiest part : AWG 12 for a 20 amp receptacle or AWG 14 for 15 amps. Solid wiring is standard for receptacles ( stranded is used in applications where flexibility during or after installation is required). Where will you take power from? Can the circuit you tap carry the additional load? 3 conductor (L1,L0,Ground) BX is the most desirable for indoor wiring at 120v or220v. Will your receptacle be in a kitchen, a bathroom, or near a good ground? If so it should be a GFCI.Will you be able to identify the the circuit's polarity, and verify ground contiuity? Even with three conductor BX, you will want to be sure to use bushings between the conductors and the rough edges of the BX, and to connect the fittings securely at the junction boxes. The actual details and skills required to install a receptacle take years to learn. Take the time to browse through a how- to book or hire a licensed electrician if you want safe reliable work.
- Q:Speaker Wiring Issue(PLEASE HELP)?
- usually when you install a aftermarket radio you don't need to do any wiring because its a lot easier if you buy a wiring harness and those wire colors would match the wire colors for the radio so that way you don't have to cut any wires
- Q:1985 nissan 720 radio wiring?
- The best way to find out is with a voltmeter, or a 12V lamp. Connect one end to ground (-), and the other to each wire. With power indicated while the ignition is off, you've fount the memory keep-alive line. With power only while the ignition is on, you've found the accessory line.
- Q:installing a ceiling fan wiring?
- connect the fan black wire and the fan blue wire to the house black wire. then connect the white fan wire to the white house wire. connect the short green wire from the fan and fan bracket to the copper wire. the blue is the power wire to the light on the fan. Good luck...
- Q:Wireless vs. Wired?
- Very unusual for a wired Ethernet connection to be slower than a wireless connection. I would check cabling, also verify that you router is actually routing via NAT, some companies might try to prevent more than one computer from connecting to them without a specific contract, if your router can NAT the address, this will make it seem like you have only one computer connected. The problem is most likely a cabling issue, or misconfiguration on the Network card itself.
- Q:big 3 updrade with 8 gauge wire?
- 4 gauge? LOL Go big or go home. 1/0 gauge or it didn't happen.
- Q:what kind of wire can I use?
- Ok so the first two answers are almost correct. If the breaker is 20amp it's 12 gauge wire, if it's 15 amps it will be 14 gauge wire. The outlet is in a garage it must be a GFCI receptacle. That's a national electrical code requirement. If the wiring is to be exposed (ie not inside of a wall) then it must be in conduit, cheapest and easiest to install is pvc, you can run romex or NMB through conduit. If the wall is to be sheetrock when finished then you can run just romex through the studs. It is recommended that the GFCI receptacle be mounted in an extra deep box but is not required, makes it easier to get it in there with the wires. You can put up to 8 receptacles or devices, like light fixtures on one 20 amp circuit. More and you will be over loading the circuit. The romex you run should be for 20 amp 12-2 with ground. All circuits and devices must be grounded to be in compliance.
- Q:Subwoofer wiring help?
- Ok, first thing you want to do is, for each subwoofer, wire a negative and positive together. You can use regular speaker wire to do that (well you're supposed to anyway). After that, you will have a negative and positive terminal left on each subwoofer. What you need to do is run a speaker wire from each of the terminals, so you have 6 different wires from 6 separate terminals. Make note of the 3 positive wires and the 3 negative wires. Now what you do is simply twist together the 3 positive wires together, so you have 1 positive wire. Connect that positive wire to the positive terminal of the amp (if it's a 1 channel amp. If it's a 2 channel, connect it to a bridged channel on the positive terminal. Or however you want.) Do the same for the 3 negative wires. Twist them together to have 1 negative wire, and connect it to the negative terminal on the amp. Finished! That kind of wiring is called Series wiring, by the way. The other kind is called Parallel wiring.
- Q:Where to ground submersible well pump green wire?
- All wires coming from the pump should terminated in the Pressure Switch box. Take the green wire from the pump and the ground wire from the house, connect them together with a pigtail wire and attach the pigtail wire to the ground screw within the Pressure Switch box.
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