STEEL WIRE ROPE FOR THE LOCK

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  • Steel Grade:carbon steel

  • Standard:ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS

  • Wire Gauge:6-16mm

  • Place of Origin:Chongqing, China (Mainland)

  • Type:Galvanized

  • Application:Lock

  • Alloy Or Not:Non-alloy

  • Special Use:Cold Heading Steel

  • Model Number:CHSW20101210

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STEEL WIRE ROPE FOR THE LOCK
Galvanized and Ungalvanized Steel Wire Rope
ISO9001:2008 Cert.

  • STEEL WIRE ROPE FOR THE LOCK

  • Galvanized and Ungalvanized Steel Wire Rope ,Small Orders Accepted

  • Construction:6*3*7,6*3*3+FC,6*3*3+IWRC

  • Diameter:6-16MM

  • Tensile strength: 1670N/MM2,1770N/MM2,1960N/MM2

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Q:Ceiling Fan wiring question - 2 white wires and 2 black wires in ceiling?
Are the 2 black and 2 white wires twisted together? (white with white and black with black). If not then you should connect the black (power wire) to the white going to the wall switch, connect the black from the switch to the black and blue (in the fan). The white of the incoming power line to all the white wires of the fan. The blue in the fan is for the fan light. In the bottom of the fan where the light goes will be a white and blue taped together with wire nuts on the ends. These will be connected to the light black and white. E-mail fireman492000 if more is needed.
Q:can a positive wire connect a negative and positive terminal together?
Wire is wire. There is no positive wire and no negative wire. The wires are colour coded so you can keep track of what connects to what. You can use orange and green wires if you want; just keep track of what you are connecting.
Q:Why is single core wire used instead of multi core wiring inside houses?
Because it's stiffer. It's also a better conductor. Stranded wire would usually have to be in conduit. I would not use speaker wire anywhere in my home for grounding. It's against the electrical code in every state. Do it right the first time.
Q:Is my 3-way wiring plan correct?
nevermind what I think....the guy under me knows EXACTLY what he is talking about! Do it exactly like he says. His way is better than mine was, honestly, because he has more experience. Thats why I deleted my own answer----we call that professional courtesy to seniority and its what electricians do when someone has more experience than we have speaks up. Now it doesnt matter what I think....I only have 22 years experience and someone with more experience than I has given better, sounder advice than I did. You should listen to him, not me.......or anybody else whom cannot match or exceed his experience. Or didnt you know that all Electricians are part of the same Brotherhood? This is why we always agree (or agree to be wrong). I was wrong, obviously, and my advice, second rate, compared to the advice you are about to get. So.....Pay attention! Wisdom follows!!!!
Q:2 Black Wires + 2 Red Wires?
Cannot tell you..you have accounted for only 4 wires in that ceiling...and you will need a voltmeter to do the job. The wiring you talk about is impossible unless there is another switched light/recepticle on this circuit. Goldwing
Q:Wiring motion sensor into bathroom light switch?
Sure is!. You wire it exactly the way the instructions say to. Which is to use the 2 wires on the existing switch. The bare wire on the switch (if present) is the ground and goes to the green. Just like the instructions say. You are apparently letting all those other wires scare you. The motion sensor is nothing more than an automatic switch. It does the same thing the existing switch does, using the exact same wires. Do Not touch any of the existing splices. Look again at the instructions. Take a deep breath and have at. I've been in control cabinets with Hundreds of wires in them. I ignored all but the ones I need to work on. Other wise I would still be there trying to figure it out! (chuckle)
Q:Shed/ Outdoor Wiring Problem?
the rest of your light fixtures maybe wired through a switch. you would have to hook your extension cord to the switch but you also need to connect the common neutrals and grounds to the cord as well.
Q:Magnet Wire, Bare Copper Wire, Or Enamel Copper Coated Wire?
Is that just an enamel? - Yes enamel coated copper wire magnet wire would be the same thing. - They are This what I need? - Yes Are the coils used in loudspeakers the same ones used in inductor coils? - Same principle, different design. The coil in a speaker is an air-wound coil designed to maximise the amount of wire that's sitting in the magnetic field. The ones in induction coils are usually designed to maximise the inductance in a small a space as possible, so they are wound on ferrite or iron cores. I think Faraday's thought process probably went something like I wonder what will happen if I put a lot of turns in the coil. If I use uninsulated wire it will short out, so I'd better insulate it. They didn't make him a Fellow of the Royal Society for nothing. He used cotton insulation. Some of his equipment still exists, and still works.
Q:A question about wired routers?
Most if not all wireless routers also work wired! Nearly all of them have at least four wired ports. The access point is the wireless connector, it just connects wireless capable machines to the exact same point within the router as the wired plugs do. A Wired router does not have the internal access point. With a wired router you can add wireless ability by simply adding an access point to them. The AP (access points) cost about as much as a full wireless router so you don't see them used very often but they are available. All the wireless does is eliminate the need for a local cable. Really that's all it does. Any computer connected to a router is connected to the router, wired or wireless makes no difference, although as a general statement the wired machines will be faster! So yes wired and wireless routers do exactly the same thing, they route local traffic for several machines to one broadband connection.
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