High Quality Black Annealed Wire

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Place of Origin:
China (Mainland)
Standard:
ASTM,BS,GB
Model Number:
ZXBW-01016
Surface Treatment:
Black,oiled or unoiled
Type:
round wire
Function:
Binding Wire
Wire Gauge:
0.4MM--5.5MM,BWG5-BWG27
Material:
low carbon steel wire/Q195 Q235
Application:
Construction and Building
Technique:
Annealed
Features:
Soft, neat, clean
Alloy Or Not:
Non-alloy
color:
shining black
Steel Grade:
carbon steel


Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:1.Black annealed wire commonly wrapped with PE film inside, outside PVC woven bag or Hessian cloth 2.can be put on wooden pallet. 3.as per customers' specific requirements
Delivery Detail:within 15 days after receiving the advanced payment

Specifications

Black wire/Black iron wire/Black annealed wire
BWG8-BWG22
Low carbon steel
As the black iron wire has the super hardness


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Q:How do I wire my VHF Radio?
You could solder (best), or crimp connect a waterproof In Line fuse to the red wire, then connect it to a terminal Ring, and put over the red + battery post, then ground the black wire, by connecting a Terminal ring to it and put it over the NEG.- battery post. The In-Line fuse is circuit protection, OR you can by-pass this by conecting to a spare fuse on the Panel (red +), then ground the black wire to the Neg on the battery or neg - on the panel (fuse block). Direct connection to the battery is best, the other wires probably go to the Aux. Speaker which you will need as the speakers on the radio are too small to be heard over engine noise. Soldering works BEST, then coat with Liquid Lectric tape, or heat shrink tubing for a water resistant seal on the wires, and a good Marine connection. E-mail is open if further assistance is needed.
Q:How do I find the remote wire?
blue wire or blue with a white stripe antenna wire, the wire that tells the antenna to go up and down or just use any wire that is only hot when the radio is on (use a test light), the power wire to the radio (not constant or memory) ignition
Q:Wire Gage?
You should run at least 10 Gage power and ground wires. I would recommend 14 Gage speaker wire.
Q:color code for wires in a 2000 ford explorer?
Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Light Green/Purple Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow/Black Radio Ground Wire: Black Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Black Radio Dimmer Wire: N/A Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Radio Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Front Speakers Size: N/A Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Orange/Light Green Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Light Blue/White Right Front Speaker Wire (+): White/Light Green Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Green/Orange Rear Speakers Size: N/A Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Tan/Yellow Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Light Blue Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Orange/Red Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Brown/Pink You match the wires from your new unit to the wires of the harness.
Q:How do I connect 4-conductor speaker wire?
4 conductor wire has a few neat uses. 1 is to bi-wire your speakers. Meaning that if the speaker has 2 red and 2 black terminals then remove the bridge and run the cables to the posts separately thus increasing surface conduction and increasing output and sound quality. Also if you are running cables in the wall to 2 speakers that are near each other or to a single stereo speaker then you don't have to run 2 separate 2-conductor wires. This would also be true if you are running to a second zone using an in wall volume control. If this is the only wire you have for a standard speaker connection it won't hurt to twist them together at both end (pos with pos/ neg with neg) and serves the same purpose as using thicker cables.
Q:trailer wiring what the 7 wires for?
Prepare for accurate and confusing information. The center pin on a 7 pin plug is generally used for backup lights (black wire) if you have them wired in. Being that you have a 6 pin plug you probably don't so you will disregard the center pole. This is the order of color starting from the ground pole (white wire). The ground pole should be the one next to the slot in the body of the plug that lines it up with the plug housing when you put it all together. White (ground), Yellow (L turn), Brown (tail lights), Red (battery charge wire), Green (R turn), Blue (trailer brakes). If you don't have trailer brakes, disregard that pole. The brake lights work through the turn signals, if they are wired separately, it is wrong. Starting at the ground pole next to the slot in the plug, the order of colors goes around the plug in the direction away from the slot, you will end with the blue wire on the other side of the slot next to the white wire. It's very confusing to explain and when you read the colors on the plug compared to what I have told you, you will definately scratch your head. This is the (U.S.) national standard for all trailer wiring, unfortunalely, not all manufacturers adhere to this thus causing confusion for people such as yourself. I cannot even begin to guess how many trailers I have wired and how many tow packages I have installed on cars and trucks. I wish there was an easier way to explain it but the only other option is a diagram which answers does not support. Worse comes to worse and you don't like any of the other answers you get, e-mail me and I will mail you a diagram or maybe even a picture if I can come up with one.
Q:will the different length of speaker wire effect the amp performance?
Yes, but you will not notice it. Keep the same length on BOTH channels. Go with heavier gauge (stranded and labeled as speaker) wire on long runs too. Buy a 12 gauge spool at RadioShack.
Q:Spark plugs and plug wires?
it rather is achieveable to get undesirable cord or undesirable spark plugs or the incorrect spark plugs. it rather is not any longer that easy via, it rather is greater straightforward to get the incorrect spark plugs or combination up the spark plug wires. yet you may no longer miss cord only one spark plug cord, and with the coil packs according to cylinder one can actual could artwork to miss cord it. So i'm assuming which you have a Ford Explorer with a rotary distributor, and the two a 6 or 8 cylinder engine. tell your husband the difficulty and function him recheck his artwork. Get out your vendors instruction manual and be sure you have the extraordinary spark plug to your motor vehicle. be sure that the spark plugs are ideal and securely outfitted, that the spark plug wires are securely outfitted, and that the wires are under pressure to the extraordinary plug. in keeping with what year of ford you have this could be rather hassle-free to do yet you will could know the firing order. Get a restoration instruction manual from the library or look it up by utilising ability of the internet usually the firing order could have a diagram that teach how the spark plug cord run. If all looks so as or that's previous our ability then bypass to a outstanding storage or ford dealership. you do no longer desire to tension if avoidable, you may reason greater severe harm. appropriate of success
Q:Wire on my braces question?
Mine did that too when I had braces. No worries:)
Q:wires connected in parallel ?
***EDIT - CORRECTION*** Thanks Bill (the other Bill) it helps to put numbers on it. ******************** If I understand your question: The curent through the battery is five times larger than the current through wire B. **TRUE** Because: Current A is four times current B. Total current = A+B, or 4+1=5 The power dissipated in wire A is 16 times the power dissipated in wire B. ***FALSE*** (EDIT - I was wrong the first time) Because: Power = VxA The voltage drop across wire B is larger than the voltage drop across wire A. **FALSE** Because: If two wires are parallel voltage is same at ends (Beginning point of A and B is the same poin, ending point of A and B is the same point). The resistance of wire B is four times as large as the resistance of wire A. **TRUE** Because: Resistance inversely proportional to square of wire diameter. The resistance of wire B is twice as large as the resistance of wire A. **FALSE** Because: Resistance inversely proportional to square of wire diameter. Also check out web site shown below. Let me know if this helps Bill

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