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  • Steel Grade: Carbon Steel

  • Standard: ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS

  • Wire Gauge: 1mm-20mm

  • Place of Origin: Chongqing, China (Mainland)

  • Type: Galvanized

  • Application: as per your request.

  • Alloy Or Not: Non-alloy

  • Special Use: Cold Heading Steel

  • Model Number: CHCWR20120306

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Packaging Details:Wooden Spool,Plastic Spool,Coils,etc.
Delivery Detail:30days for 20' container.

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color wire rope
Standard:ISO,DIN,ASTM,JIS ,etc.
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  • color wire rope

  • Standard:ISO,DIN,ASTM,JIS,etc

  • Construction:1X7,1X19,6X7,7X7,6X37,6X25,7X19,8X25,etc.

  • Size: 1mm-20mm

  • Packing: Plastic Reel,Wooden Reel,Coils.

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Q:How do I connect a threaded wire with a naked solid copper ground wire with a wire nut?
the same way you connected the black from the ceiling to the blue and black and the white to the white. If your ceiling wires didn't have a bare solid part, unless they too are stranded, you did not make a connection. They must be stripped first, about a half and inch. to connect stranded to solid you have two choices: 1 'tin' the stranded wire with a soldering gun, which is not practical but works, and then twist together with solid wire then wirenut them both. this method is almost never used. 2 twist the stranded wire so it is tightly bundled, hold it with the solid wire slightly behind it, the stranded should stick passed the solid maybe an eigth inch, then wirenut them both. tug on each wire seperately like you are trying to pull it out of the wirenut to make sure they are securely connected.
Q:can I wire a 4 wire device to a 3 wire circuit?
What are the colors of the old wires and what colors are connected where? New switch black to old switch black. New switch red to old switch white. New switch white to through going whites, (should be two twist locked together). New switch green to screw on existing metal box or leave disconnected.
Q:12 VOLT IGNITION WIRE?
check to see if that power lead from your car has power with the ignition off if it does that will be your memory wire and you will need to run another wire from your fuse block on an accsesory that is controlled by the ignition switch for the cd player to be able to turn on and off with the car its not a very hard job once you figure out the starting point
Q:Outdoor Wiring Question?
In addition to the answer Paul gave, check the wiring that the white wire is the neutral or common wire and that it goes to the shell side of the lamp holder. A few years ago, I had a similar problem, when all of the checks were made, the panel was wired with the black wires on the neutral buss. Hence all of the devices were wired backwards. Call a qualified professional electrician to do the work.
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:On what actually does ampere depends thickness of wire or number of turns of wire or what else? Electrical?
Higher current requires lower resistance in order to prevent heat buildup in wires. Multi-strand wires are not suitable for higher amperage applications. Stranded wires have higher resistance and insulating air pockets, which will cause them to heat up with increased current.. possibly to the point of melting insulation and/or causing fire hazards. Some stranded core wire uses material other than copper to cut costs, which further increases resistance. Large diameter solid core copper wire is the standard solution. They offer lower resistance and better heat handling ability. The trade-off is less flexibility and lower durability in moving or reuse situations.
Q:Wired / Wireless?
wired - more secure - uses cat 5 wireless - in some cases better (no wires) - must secure your connection use search for more / wikipedia
Q:Home Electrical Wiring Issue... Extra Wire?
That spare wire (red) in the 14-3 is just that. A spare. Just keep the wire-nut on the end of the wire and you'll be fine.
Q:Why two starter wires?
The extra wire activates the fuel pump while cranking. The run position only lets the fuel pump run if it sees signals from the cam and/or crankshaft sensors.
Q:how to test for hot wire.?
with lights you can have many things going on and the colors may not be indicitive to what wire it is. Especially if there is more than one switch or light. So you really have to know what is going on. It sounds to me like you have more than one switch. This means those white wires that were bundled together have to stay together. you should have someone else flick the switches. Look up switch leg on google, and you will see various ways this is done.

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