5. Characteristic: High tensile strength,small tolerance
Shiny surface, good corrosion prevention 6. Packing type:Spool or Coil
7. Application: Being used for stranded conductors in overhead power circuitry 8. Remarks during use and handling: a. During transportation, handle softly and carefully, avoid bumping and damaging the steel wires. Moisture and rain prohibited. Steel wires must be stored in dry and well ventilated indoors b. Pay attention to the direction of steel wires when paying-off. Be sure the spool or coil is rotationg freely as to achieve identical tension of all the steel wires
c. In case of batch usage, the remaining should be repacked to avoid oxidizing of the surface
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Q:Ps3 wired controller?
It sounds like the wire is loose. To fix this, you'll have to open up the controller and reattach/secure it. If the wire is exposed and is frayed, you'll probably have to get a new controller. This is very broad because you didn't specify the model of the controller. Some of the wired controllers use the normal Ps3-USB wire, while others do not. So, trying opening it up and securing the wire. If you're lucky and it's a Ps3-USB wire, replace it with a new wire. Otherwise, you'll have to get a new controller if you can't fix it.
Q:Wiring up an amc ignition coil?
HI use a test light.. hook it up to ground and turn the ignition on. one wire should be hot that goes to the + of the coil. then have someone turn the switch to start (I'd disconnect the wire from the solenoid to the starter so it don't turn ) the test the other two wires one of them should be hot now. that also go the the + of the coil. The last wire well go to the - side of the coil.. You may ask why to hot wires to the coil... one only supplies like 5 to 9 volts to the coil which is all that is needed to run the motor. The other supplies a full 12 volts which is needed for start up only. good luck Tim
Q:my dryer has 3 wires(yellow, white, blue) but my plug has 4 wires(red,white,green,black)which go where?
The red and black are your hot wires, the white is neutral, and the green is equipment ground. Look at your dryer and it should have a wiring diagram to tell you which of the wires are the hots and neutral and what colors they are. The 4 wire plugs are required now by the NEC (National Electric Code)
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Q:uses of chicken wire mesh?
Funny, I once knew a guy that fixed everything with chicken wire. A hole in his fence, to lay gravel for the dog, for sorting sand from big rocks, for window protection, for a cage for his dogs and birds, for his duck blind, to keep animals out of his garden, for a panel between his dog in the rear seat and him driving, etc...
Q:Factors affecting resistance of a wire!?
Factors Affecting Resistance
Q:Tension in wire decrease or increase?
Assuming the boom is free to pivot at the wall, and a massless wire, the tension in the wire decreases as the attachment point is moved further up the wall away from the boom. There is a constant vertical force (the weight of the boom and the mass attached to its end) that is a constant component of the tension in the wire. The tension must increase to maintain this constant upward force as the wire approaches the pivot point, because the vertical component of tension is the tension multiplied by the sine of the angle between the wire and the boom. As the angle approaches zero, the tension required to support the boom approaches infinity. Conversely, as you move the end of the wire higher up on the wall, the tension decreases, approaching the combined weight of the boom and the suspended mass as the wire approaches being parallel with the wall. So imagine a sign attached to the side of a skyscraper at street level supported by a wire extending to the top of the building. There will be almost no horizontal component to the tension in the wire and the vertical component will just be the sum of the weight of the wire, the boom, and the attached mass.
Q:old electrical wiring?
a wire is a wire is a wire! the coatings were only put on to keep the continuity in sync. if you have all these blk wires, 2 go into 1 and connected to the lite and the other is connected to the lite, and there is no gnd wire. the 2 are running thru to another lite along the way as they did in those days. don't disconnect them, keep them together and call that your power/red or blk, the single coming down to the lite is the common/white...get tape and mark them so. electrical tape comes in colors. now you won't have that prob in the future. as for the gnd, you should have a metal box, just screw to that. at last resort if you have an attic, run a grn/gnd wire from a water pipe of someplace that will ground and wire nut it off. any Q shoot me an email...
Q:wiring ceiling fan in older home thats been re-wired have four wires,red,black,white,green what do we connect?
Get a volt meter and test between the white wire (place probe on white wire) and the red and black wire and see if you have power to either or both if both just chose either black or red and cap the other off, or see if one of the colors is attached to a switch,that should connect to a light kit if you have one, the connection should be between the white and one of the colors the green is the ground and gets attached to the ground wire on the fan.
Q:Connecting a 3 wire light fixture to a 4 wire outlet in the ceiling.?
Without seeing the ceiling fixture box and wiring myself, i might be hesitant to propose you as to what the extra wires are for. I count on that you mean the field on the ceiling has these wires in them, no longer the ceiling fixture that you simply purchased, seeing that that may have had a wiring diagram that explains what the wires would be for. If I had to bet, i'd say that the field includes three wires due to the fact that it is going to have had a ceiling fan that operated on a different swap than the light, or perhaps the light may also be managed from two special switches on one of a kind facets of the room, or might be both of these. Do you will have an AC voltage tester to see which wires are scorching (are living) and which are not? I hate to propose this, however by and large your great guess is to comply with the wires back to their source to look what they are for. Do you will have a false ceiling that you could open up? Do the wires go into the attic or crawlspace where you could seem at them while not having to tear open the gypsum board or plaster ceiling? You could just put all of the whites together and all the blacks collectively, and make sure the grounds are in position, hoping they've a motive. However now not understanding what they are there for is a good way to intent an electrical fireplace. And i am sure doing that might now not be accredited with the aid of your regional electrical building codes.