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Size: 2.50mm*0.50mm, 2.20mm*0.60mm, 2.20mm*0.70mm, 1.80mm*0.60mm, 1.50mm*0.50mm, 0.90mm*0.60mm, 0.80mm*0.50mm, customized
Tensile strength: 650-950/mm or customized
Tolerance: ±0.05mm

Coating:Galvanized or Coppered

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Q:Explanation of Remote Wire? and REM wire?
The blue and white wire on the back of car stereos is not a remote wire, it is the antenna wire for power antennas. Which does not require 12 volts to power on the antenna motor. The remote wire is the same thing as the REM wire, REM is short for remote. This wire is used to send a 12 volt signal to external amplifiers to turn them on when the stereo is turned on.
Q:i have two 8 gauge wires...?
Two 8-gauge wires combined are equal to a 5-gauge wire, but that should be close enough for that amp. Make sure each wire has its own fuse near the battery; 40-amp fuses would be a good choice. If you capacitor is connected to ground, and your amp is grounded, then you don't really need a wire between the capacitor's ground terminal and the amp's ground terminal. It doesn't hurt anything, though. If the only ground wire at the amp is the one that runs to the capacitor, then you're better off connecting the amp ground directly to chassis metal.
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?
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:Spilled soda on wires ?
Unplug any wires that are plugged in. Fold a damp sponge around each wire, and wipe it down. Make sure it's dry before plugging it back in. No big deal.
Q:Surrond sound wire help!?
Connection to a subwoofer is either bare wires or rca type jack (male end) and are eith plug to the rca jack (female) or a screw post for the wires. From the sound of it you are using the rca type, it is is just buy a new one the are inexpensive to replace. You need to have a good solid connection for you sub. Hope this helps.
Q:how to wire an emergency residential boiler switch?
Hello there George, It has become common over the past few years that non-residential boilers are wired with EPO (emergency, power off) switches just outside each door to the boiler room. This is similar to having fire alarm pull boxes by the exits. I do not know of any jurisdiction that requires it for a residence. On occassion I've seen the 24 volt circuit for the thermostat being switched, which is a bit sketchy. Normally the 120 volt circuit for the controller is switched. The switches used are of the pushbutton type.
Q:How do you splice electrical wires?
Just go down to Radio Shack or some other consumer electronics store or even a Home Depot, etc. and get a roll of bulk 14 gauge speaker cable. It's usually only about 25¢ per foot and you will have plenty of wire to work with for your entire system. I recommend against splicing speaker wire because not only does it hinder sound quality, but if you don't do it properly you could end up damaging your speakers and/or your receiver. H a p p y H o m e T h e a t e r i n g !
Q:Is Mechanics wire different than Solder wire?
Solder wire has a lower melting point, allowing you to melt it onto something else. In it's wire form, it will also snap very easily. (not good for fastening things together). Mechanical wire (I'm assuming electrical wire), is designed to withstand high temperatures (and hence, electrical currents), and are usually be bent much more. It's also usually sheilded in rubber (e.g. electrical cords, computer cables, coxial (tv) cable, etc).
Q:How do I close off exposed wires...?
There are little caps that twist on to wires for just that purpose. Go to any hardware store and explain the problem. they will give you what you need and tell you just how to use them. Once capped, you can use the other outlets with no danger. Duct tape will work temporarily, if you wrap each one separately and make sure they don*t touch each other.

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