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1.Structure of Black Annealed Iron Wire Description:

Black Annealed Iron Wire is Q195, element composition is as follows: C≤0.06; S≤0.023; Si≤0.09; Mn≤0.32; P≤0.025.Because This type of wire rod has less Impurities, Q195 is fit for drawing.

Black Annealed Iron Wire is very good for Chain link fence, fencing mesh, gabion mesh box production and for construction business as tire wire, binding wire and galvanized wire raw material production. Black Annealed Wire is mainly processed into coil wire, spool wire or big package wire. Annealed wire is used as tie wire or baling wire in building, parks and daily binding. Besides, black annealed wire is mainly used as industrial wire, construction wire, industrial bale tie wire and constructional tie wire, etc.


2.Main Features of Black Annealed Iron Wire:

• Durable

• Practical


• Use widely

• Inexpensive


3. Black Annealed Iron Wire Images

Black Annealed Wire Soft Quality&Hard Quality Factory Pirce

Black Annealed Wire Soft Quality&Hard Quality Factory Pirce

Black Annealed Wire Soft Quality&Hard Quality Factory Pirce


4.Black Annealed Iron Wire Specification

 Black Annealed Wire Soft Quality&Hard Quality Factory Pirce


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Q:Pilot wire Protection?
Pilot wire protection can be used anytime anywhere. The question is not where it is used but why, and is it required. Pilot wire protection provides better discrimination of fault location, than, say, an impedance or distance relay. If the zones are too close, pilot wire may be the only feasible solution. .
Q:stereo connection wires help.?
the ground wire black is connected to -ve of battery the red wire is connected to ignition wire so when you turn on the keys the radio starts the yellow wire is connected to +ve of battery, but radio will not switch on till red is connected. good luck
Q:Wired and Wireless Doorbells?
just remember that while wireless may cost less, you have to have a wire from the outside button to the door bell itself and then you still have to have a way to power it. i have the wireless, it's idiot proof. a couple of batteries and your off and running. standard batteries like D's and maybe AA's good luck to ya. you can get a good variety at home depot or lowe's
Q:How do I wire my amp correctly?
wire and than wire it to any of the negatives on the amp its all one channel internally so it really doesn't matter which negative u use. than wire the positive to any positive on the amp.
Q:House electrical wiring instructions?
i hope i can give you good instructions. you have 2 switches you want to operate the lights. first. pull a feed or wire that will be hot probarly from your panel box to the easiest switch to get to. this wire should have 1 black 1 white and one bare copper or green. second pull a three wire from one switch to the other. this wire should have one black one white one bare copper or green and one red wire in it. now there are 2 different ways to go from here. one way. pull a wire from the switch opposite of the switch with the feed in it. this wire would be called a 2 wire it should have 1 black 1 white 1 bare copper or green, to the first light you want to operate. then you can pull a 2 wire from that light to any other light you want to operate from the switches. you do not need to pull any more wires from the lights to the switches. in the first switch with the feed take the white wire from the feed and tie it to the white wire from the 3 wire going to the other switch. take your grounds and tie them together. leave a wire from your grounds so you can tie it to the switch. put you white wires back into the box. you should have 2 blacks 1 red and 1 ground wire sticking out. when you install your switch a three-way switch has 4 screws on it. the ground goes to the green screw. now you have one black screw and 2 gold screws. the black wire from your feed wire ties to the black screw. the red and black wire from your 3 wire ties to the gold screw. one wire to on screw the other wire to the other screw. does not matter which. the opposite switch hooks up the same. the 2 white tie together and go into box. the grounds tie together and then tie to the green screw. the black wire going to your lights ties to the black screw and the red and black wires from the 3 wire go to the gold screws. remember if you are using 14 wire you can only put 12 amps on it that would be about 1400 watts. 12 wire you can put 16 amps on it which is 1900 watts.
Q:2003 ford escort stereo wiring diagram?
you will need a DVM, to find what is what. Check the fuse box, and make sure the fuse is good, and search for the constant power.Set the meter to 20V. I like to stick the ground on my meter, in the ignition where the key goes. Then find the switched, key on wire. obviously, you'll have to move the ground on the meter for that. Don't forget to solder and use heat shrink tubing, or red and blue butt connectors, and heat shrink, or tape them well. Then set the meter to ohms, or the omega pic on the meter. once you find a resistance for each speaker, pop it with a 9V battery, not a AA, as both terminals are on top. then when you hear which speaker pops, wire it accordingly. Good Luck!
Q:what do wire colors mean (old house)?
To begin with, don't worry about the white wires tied together in the back of the switch box, that's normal to see in a switch box (outlet boxes are a whole different ball game). The only purpose of a switch (regular or dimmer) is to control the hot (black) side of the circuit that powers the light (or fan or whatever it is). To simplify this for you, just connect one black wire from the switch to the black wire in the box and the other black wire from the switch to the red wire in the box. That will make the connection and your light will work on the dimmer. If there is a green wire on the dimmer switch, connect that to the bare copper wire inside the box. If no green wire, then just screwing the switch to the box will ground it assuming it's a metal box. The metal box should already be properly grounded, you might see a bare copper wire screwed around a terminal inside the box. If the white wire is by itself (or tied in with other white wires) with a wire nut (cap) on it, don't worry about it and don't let it confuse you, it's just an extra wire that's not needed for the switch to work. The only case of where you'll see a white wire connected to a switch is if 14-2 wire was used instead of 14-3 wire (like in your case). 14-2 has a black, white, and bare copper wire. 14-3 has a black, red, white, and bare copper wire. The 14 just means the gauge (thickness) of the wire. And to confuse you even more, another case of seeing a red wire connected to a switch is if the circuit is a 3-way circuit whereas there are 2 or more switches controlling the same light. In your case though, I'm assuming this dimmer switch is the *only* switch controlling your light given your description. Keep in mind, YouTube is a great source for tutorials on doing electrical work if you need it. Just remember to kill the power to the circuit you're working on. Anyway, hope this helps, and good luck.
Q:Do you connect all wires when splicing a telephone wire?
each phone line uses a pair of wires (2 wires) these wires would normally be green/red or blue/white and solid blue for line 1 and if needed yellow/black or orange/white and solid orange for line 2... you did the first step in troubleshooting to know that the trouble resides inside your home... so when you call into your line does the phone ring busy (or go straight to voice mail) or does it just keep ringing.... if it rings busy (or straight to VM) then there is a short on the line... this is possibly a defective phone, a phone that is off the hook, or a bad jack or wire... if the phone just keeps ringing, then there is a broken wire somewhere...... since the old NID is no longer accessible, you may need to run a section of wire from the new NID to one of the existing jacks in your home to back feed the jacks... if you do this i recommend disconnecting the wire that is going from the new NID to the old NID, as if you reverse the polarity you may end up shorting out your line with the new wire...
Q:How to wire sprinkler valves?
well if you have a few extra strands in the cable, they may be used in the future if you add on to the sprinkler system with more valves. or to help troubleshoot wiring problems. no need to cap the unused wires, just cut them and leave them our company leaves enough of the wire in the valve box, to be able to pull out the connection for service. make sure you leave enough wire to service the valves and their connections easlily.. we then wrap the unused cables around the used wires and the connections. keeps the valve box nice and neat, and ready to be serviced if needed. the next set of valves, the best way is to cut the whole cable and splice them back. it is just easier. again, make sure you leave a good bit of wire in the box so you can service it easily. i work on sprinkler systems for a living. one pet peeve is when a connection is not in the valve box, but inthe ground around it, b/c some one cut the wire too short.then i will have to dig up the connnections and repair them, instead of just doing it through the valve box without messing up the customer's yard. and by the way, grease caps arent the best way of sealing wire connections. the best way for irrigation is with the orange wire nuts, and seal them with Dri-Splice. from my dad's over 20 years of expericence and my last few years, this is the best way. good luck and hope this helps.
Q:Electron flow in a conducting wire.?
The pace of the electron is variable relying upon the the style of energy you are dealing with. In our case, electrons waft within the conductor, though it's sluggish, it is only like ping-pong balls(Analogous to electrons) inside of a say, plastic pipe slanted down ward. When you provide a bit little bit of strain( i.E. Electrical Voltage or emf in our case) one pushes the other and the other one to the subsequent one so on momentarily (Which is very rapid action). This is how you to find the light turned on immediately once you turn the swap On. I feel is the brief answer for the query. Thank you.

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