1.Black Annealed Iron Wire Description：
Black Annealed Iron Wire is durable and practiacl. It always used as binding wire or tie wire. And it is very good for Chain link fence, fencing mesh, gabion mesh box production and for construction business as tire wire, binding wire and galvanized wire raw material production.Our wire is of good quality and nice price.
Black Annealed Wire is mainly processed into coil wire, spool wire or big package wire. Annealed wire is used as tie wire or baling wire in building, parks and daily binding. Besides, black annealed wire is mainly used as industrial wire, construction wire, industrial bale tie wire and constructional tie wire, etc.
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2. Q: Can I get some samples?
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3. Q: How does your factory do regarding quality control?
A: We have strict control in testing of raw material, production process and final process. Only qualified products can be sent out.So we can guarnantee the quality and we will be responsible for it .
- Q:Wiring Diagram ASAP HELP!?
- I'm sorry to tell you this but I have searched on several occasions for automobile wiring diagrams and have yet to find one. I don't think they post them on the web. IMO your best bet is a Chilton or Haynes manual for your vehicle. If someone does give you a good site I would be very appreciative if you would forward it to my profile.
- Q:A sub amp wiring kit?
- Yea a amp kit usually don't *** with speaker wire you have to get it seprete
- Q:questions about wiring?
- I take it you want to put a togo switch to be able to turn your amp on and off? Sure you can . Put it inline with the blue remote turn on wire. Then when you flip the switch the amp will power on . Flip again and it will turn off.
- Q:need help with wiring deck?
- do now no longer combine the speaker outputs out of your head unit. you could harm the final unit this type. you at the instant are no longer harming something via using working a a hundred-watt speaker on a lots cut back powered amplifier (and you will now no longer inevitably boost the sound intense high quality via using switching to a speaker with a cut back skill score). The a hundred-watt score is only the optimal skill it truly is stated for this speaker; it does now no longer propose that it demands that lots skill. in case you pick for extra advantageous skill than your CD deck substances, you will might prefer to function an outdoors amplifier.
- Q:Which wire goes with which wire on the other side? (Foto)?
- It's not just your oven that makes a difference, but the year your oven was manufactured in AND the country it was manufactured in that makes a difference. It was easy to identify your supply wires as Brown = live wire; Blue = return (neutral) wire; green/yellow = earth ground, and this is single phase wiring. There would be an orange wire for 3 phase... ...but the oven wiring conforms to a different standard of gray - white -red where red is possibly the ground line, while the other two are your live and return wires, with the gray likely to be the return wire....BUT...in some time periods, the red wire was the live wire. Your best bet is to test the oven wiring out with a multi-meter and look at what color of wire is connected to where. The earth ground should be connected to the oven's cabinetry; the live wire would be wired to the oven's internal fuse or circuit breaker, and then wired to the business end of the heater elements, timers, etc. The return wire would be connected to the other side of the elements and timers. Your most reliable way to address this is to consult a professional. That second link I posted has both old and new French wiring standards, and neither match your oven. And if your oven isn't manufactured in France, you have yet another level of wiring code to unscramble.
- Q:how do you measure an electrical wire?
- The diameter of the conductor is generally going to be given in either gauge (AWG) or square millimeters. This is describing the size of the electrical conductor only, not including the outer insulation. Most wire specs will also include a measurement for O.D., which is outer diameter or overall diameter. This measurement will include all insulation and jacketing, and will be the total diameter of the cable. Stranded wires will be specified in terms of the overall gauge of the wire. For instance, a 22 AWG stranded wire might be marked as: 22 AWG (7x30) which means it's a 22 AWG stranded wire, made up of 7 strands of 30 AWG solid wire. See link below for more info, and conversions between AWG and square mm.
- Q:wiring / ohms / amp help?
- Wire okorder.com
- Q:What is the diameter of the wire?
- Resistance of a wire in Ω R = ρL/A ρ is resistivity of the material in Ω-m L is length in meters A is cross-sectional area in m² A = πr², r is radius of wire in m resistivity Nichrome 150e-8 Ω-m 12 = (150e-8 Ω-m)(46m)/(πr²) solve for r, which would be the radius of the wire in meters. change to mm, and multiply by 2 to get diameter. .
- Q:Tap and cutting wires?
- The instructions seem pretty straight-forward. T-Taps and squeeze-connectors are basically the same thing; achieving the same results, which is to add a connection to an existing wire without interrupting the line. Just make sure you use the right size and type, meaning; don't use a low-voltage connector for a high-voltage application... You'd just fry it up. For the cut wires, I'd use crimp-connectors and some shrink-wrap. Again, using the correct connector. You can use wire-nuts, but the crimp-connectors are a more permanent fix. Good luck to ya.
- Q:Wiring need to know if you can wire the to types of wire together?
- No. Malibu lights are made to be permanently installed, as is the wire made for them . Extension cords are made for temporary use. If you are asking if you can power malibu lights directly from an extension cord connected to high voltage power, no, that would blow them up.
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