Awg12, House Wire,Outdoor Wire,Build Wire

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  • Place of Origin: Henan, China (Mainland)


  • Insulation Material:
    PVCModel Number:
    BVR

  • Type: Low Voltage

  • Application: lighting in residential

  • Conductor Material: Copper

  • Jacket: PVC

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Rool or as your request
Delivery Detail:7-30 days or as customers' demand

Specifications

12awg House Wire,Outdoor Wire,Build Wire
1.high efficiency
2.ability to withstand high temperature
3.good insulation
4.cheap

12awg House Wire,Outdoor Wire,Build Wire

1.Range of Application
PVC insulated wire is fit for AC rated voltage 450/750V and below of domestic electrical appliances of smaller size motorized tools of instruments of various meters and motorized lighting installations.
2. Service Conditions
Working temperature:Not more than 105oC for RV-105 model.The other no more than 70oC.

3.Technique specific

cu/pvc/pvc 450/750V

Nominal Section sqmm

Structure of Cores

core number/dia. mm

Maximum Outer Diamater mm

Reference Weight kg/km

1*0.75

1*1/0.97

4.3

23

1*1.0

1*1/1.13

4.5

26.4

1*1.5(A)

1*1/1.38

4.9

34.6

1*1.5(B)

1*1/0.52

5.2

36.5

1*2.5(A)

1*1/0.85

5.8

46.4

1*4(A)

1*1/2.25

6.4

65.9

1*4(B)

1*1/0.85

6.8

73.7

1*6(A)

1*1/2.76

7.0

91.6

1*10

1*1/1.35

8.8

152

2*1.5(A)

2*1/1.38

9.8

109

2*1.5(B)

2*1/1.38

10.5

123

2*2.5(A)

2*1/1.38

11.5

157

2*2.5(B)

2*1/1.38

12.0

172

2*4(A)

2*1/1.38

12.5

205

2*4(B)

2*1/1.38

13.0

222

2*6(A)

2*1/1.38

13.5

265

2*6(B)

2*1/1.38

14.5

286

2*10

2*1/1.38

18.0

471

3*1.5(A)

3*1/1.38

10.5

136

3*1.5(B)

3*7/0.52

11.0

146

3*2.5(A)

3*1/1.78

12.0

190

3*2.5(B)

3*7/0.68

12.5

207

3*4(A)

3*1/2.25

13.0

252

3*4(B)

3*7/0.85

14.0

272

3*6(A)

3*1/2.76

14.5

344

3*10

3*7/1.35

19.0

574

4*1.5(A)

4*1/1.38

11.5

164

4*1.5(B)

4*7/0.52

12.0

174

4*2.5(B)

4*7/0.68

13.5

252

4*4(A)

4*1/2.25

14.5

321

4*4(B)

4*7/0.85

15.5

346

4*6(A)

4*1/1.04

17.5

470

4*6(B)

4*7/2.76

16.0

439



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