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Silvery and soft binding wire
Galvanized metal wire
Material: low carbon steel
Surface treatment: galvanized
- Q:Explanation for insulated wire.?
- If the wire were uninsulated, then the coils of wire would short circuit. This would bypass the current and no magnetising would occur. Although a wire with current passing through it has a magnetic field, coiling the wire concentrates the magnetic field. When you put the nail in the coil it couples this field and the random magnetic particles align forming a magnet.
- Q:Baking Bendy Wire in Baking Clay?
- If you are referring to using a metal armature inside Sculpty, then No it will not burn the clay. You do need to follow the baking instructions though. It will bake just fine and you will be surprised how strong the sculpture is after baking.
- Q:wiring a light switch?
- problematic factor. check out onto search engines like google. this could help!
- Q:do i need a differnt wire?
- If you are installing in-wall wire, look for wire with CL3 or in-wall insulation. The wire is not the issue, but the CL3 means the plastic insulation around the wire is fire-resistant and wont act like a fuse to spread a fire. Many fire codes require this. Some of the Carol brand from Home Depot is CL3 rated or buy a spool of 12 ga from PartsExpress.
- Q:how do i hang/wire a chandelier?
- To do it right you need a continuity tester to figure which wire is what in the socket and definitely need a grounding wire.Call an electrician.
- Q:How to wire 120v outlet from 240v wiring?
- If you have 10 AWG wire then you probably have a 30 amp breaker, correct? If so, you can't wire a standard 110v outlet on that large of a breaker. Duplex outlets are only rated for 20 amps. 30 amps and you're into range receptacles. You would probably need to install a sub-panel so you can switch down to a smaller wire size/breaker for the outlet. You could run the red, white and green into the sub-panel as the power source and then install a 15 or 20 amp breaker using 14 or 20 AWG wire to the receptacle respectively.
- Q:Are WIRES expensive? ........?
- Copper wire is probably the most expensive, but you only need 3 feet of it. Best to buy it by the foot and not by the reel. Home Depot has it. Or you can find it online (OKorder for example) as scrap wire but then you've got wait time, shipping, etc. If you know the gauge (thickness) you need, Home Depot will tell you on the phone how much it would be for 3 ft.
- Q:old appliance with two hot wires and one neutral 220 volts, new wiring, has ground, neutral, and hot?
- Sure you don't have a 110 volt cord? Hook one red to black. One red to white.
- Q:hook up wire?
- Hookup wire is a term usually reserved for wire sizes smaller than 16 AWG, usually single strand conductor. It is generally used in applications where current-carrying capacity is not of prime importance. Breadboarding is one of these applications, but usually uses 22AWG or smaller wire.
- Q:Question about wires getting hot...?
- we know that the power = i^2 *r where i : is the current through the wire. r : is the equivalent resistance of the current. so this power will be consumed in the wire in form of heat, so if the resistance of any wire increase, the absorbed power will increase. Also we know the resistance of any wire = * l / a where : - = constant, the resistivity of the matter ( copper, aluminum,... ). - l = the length of the wire. - a = cross section of area of the wire. as the length of the wire increase, the resistance will increase, so the power will increase, this lead to increase of the heat in the wire.
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