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Galvanized metal wire
Material: low carbon steel
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- Q:Does ground wire need 2b copper?
- Ground wire is common convention at electrical boxes. Ground wire from point to point in any circuit is part of the wiring cable used. On a ceiling light, there is little danger of electrical shock if there is no ground wire from the fixture to the metal box. However, your replacement wire will work just fine.
- Q:1985 nissan 720 radio wiring?
- there is no reason to cut any wiring to install any aftermarket head unit.go to wall mart to the car audio area and give them the yr make and model of your ride and they will sell you the right plug in for your type car.this wires to your new head units wiring harness and plugs into the plugs you took your factory radio out of.they call it plug and play and it comes with a wiring diagram for your type car so follow it. its color coded. if you did cut off the plugs your best bet is to put them back.this part is about 9 dollars.
- Q:Wireless vs. Wired?
- Wired is more reliable and realistically faster in most cases.
- Q:why we use copper wires?
- copper has a physical property that is a very good conductor of electricity.
- Q:Investigation of Resistance of Wire?
- If you don't have a multimeter, you can probably see the effect of resistance with a flashlight bulb and a small battery (AA or AAA, etc). Get a spool of wire, needs to be coated/insulated wire. Connect the bulb to the battery with the shortest wire possible. See how bright the bulb is. Then, connect again using the entire spool of wire (hopefully you can get at both ends of the wire while it is still on the spool). The bulb will be dimmer because the voltage at the bulb will be reduced by the resistance of the wire (resistivity per unit length X the length of wire). If the length of wire on the spool is too long, the bulb will not light up at all.
- Q:Spark plugs and plug wires?
- if they have never been replaced,yes it is a good idea,they transfer the[spark] to the spark plugs [hi energy] so they do wear out.
- Q:What's the use of the live wire,neautral wire and earth wire?
- Other guy is correct for the U.S., but from your wording, I think you live in the U.K. The live (hot) and neutral wires convey the power to the device or appliance, with the hot have a potential of 220-240 volts AC, with respect to the neutral, like the + and - terminals of a battery. The ground/earth connection is for safety, and no current flows in it under normal use. It is connected to any metal parts of an appliance. The neutral is connected to ground in the breaker box or somewhere in your basement or nearby. If there is a short in an appliance and a high voltage gets connected to a metal part, this could be a lethal hazard. But since the metal parts are connected to safety ground, it instead causes a circuit breaker to pop, disconnecting the voltage. .
- Q:ways to join wires together?
- He has a crimp tool and various lugs that can be crimped. And that is another way to attach two wires, to crimp them together with the proper crimp tool and the proper (whatever it's called). .
- Q:Braces-First Adjustment & New Wires
- The wires are memory wires. So over time they move your teeth back to the original U shape the wire was in. The thicker wire corrects your teeth more. You won't always get a thicker wire, but you won't be able to tell just by looking. A thicker wire will hurt more for about three days but then you will get used to it, just like the previous wire they put in.
- Q:Are all wires for electricity the same?
- Hello Rocky: You need to be more specific. What are you attempting to do? I know you want to splice a three-ply wire, but what is your end purpose?
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