Fire-Proof Cable Good Performance for Fire Resistance

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    Mingda fireproof cable has a good performance for fire resistance,it can be withstood direct flame burning within a certain time, does not occur short-circuit and open circuit failure, when the fire broke out, the safe operation of the protection system, conducive to fire fighting and reduce losses.  It is suitable for use in large-scale construction, petroleum, chemical, metallurgy, electric power and other requirements that need fire-proof safety and important occasions. Long-term working temperature -40 ℃ ~ 500 ℃.

   

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 PTFE insulated fireproof control cable is suitable for the fire resistant requirements of various control systems and electrical installations.


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TypeDescriptionTKFPTeflon insulation and sheath,tin-coated copper wire braid shieldingTKFRPFluoroplastic insulation and sheath, shield fire resistant,flexible control cableTKVP105℃ flame retardant PVC insulation and sheath, shielded,fire resistant control cableTKVPR105℃ flame retardant PVC insulation and sheath, shielded,fire resistant,flexible control cableTKVDPLow smoke low halogen flame retardant PVC insulated and sheath, shielded,fire resistant control cableTKVDRPLow smoke low halogen flame retardant PVC insulated and sheath, shielded,fire resistant,flexible control cableTKFV22Fluroplastic insulation,105℃ flame retardant PVC sheath,steel-tape armouring,fire resistant control cableTKV22105℃ flame retardant PVC insulation and sheath,steel-tape armouring,fire resistant control cableTKVD22Low smoke low halogen flame retardant PVC insulated and sheath, shielded,steel-tape armouring,fire resistant control cable 

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most amps use the same cable, so it shouldn't be a problem, through your amp in a car, (to double check) and check the local music stores, electronics shops, or Radio shacks
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check ur power settings hope this helps
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Just adding to the grommet guys answer above: Just as important as the grommet; a fuse. You must have a fuse as close to the positive battery terminal as possible. Why?, you say? If, for whatever reason your power wire shorts out to the frame somewhere between your battery and your amp, what's going to prevent that wire from turning into a giant heating coil running the length of your car, and torching it. I've seen it first hand many times. And, no, the fuse at the amplifier, the fuse in the distribution block (if you're using one) or any other fuse other than a fuse at the battery won't do a thing for you power wire unless it's before the potential short. Like at the batttery... In short, the grommet prevents the short at the firewall. The fuse protects it in case it does it anyway.
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Ok, so this is what your going to do to test this. First unscrew your remote switch and place a wire from the positive terminal from your amp to the remote switch on your amp and then the amp should power on. now if you have the same problem it is most likely that it is not that the remote switch is having problems but probably your sub is not matched with your amp and has greater ohms than your amp is capable of therefore sending it into protect mode which would make sense since you say it is when you turn up the volume. I wish the best of luck : ) P.S check your wattage if your amp draws more than 600+ maybe even 500 your battery may not be able to power it so maybe if all else fails see if you can get your hands on a capacitor.

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