||Galvanized Iron Wire
||Cross Sectional Shape:
||Construction Wire Mesh
||Wild in Width:
|Metal Wire Drawing:
||In Hard State
||Metal Thick Wire
||Hot Dipped Galvanized,Electro Galvanized
Material: High quality low carbon steel
Processing And Character: Have been gone through the process of wire drawing, acid washing, rust removing, annealing and coiling, it offers excellent flexibility and softness.
Usage: Used in weaving wire mesh, construction, handicrafts, express way fencing mesh, packaging of products and other daily uses.
Specification: Hot dipped galvanized iron wire, BWG24-BWG8; Electric galvanized iron wire: BWG36-BWG8
- Q:Why when you loop a straight wire into loops (coil), it acquires a higher inductance?
- Imagine two closely spaced parallel wires. If you run a current through one, it creates a magnetic field that induces current into the second wire, which causes an even stronger magnetic field. Now if you run the same current through both wires, they both create magnetic fields that affect each other. Any two loops in the wire are just like two parallel wires with the same current, both creating magnetic fields that affect each other. So a loop is like a bunch of parallel wires affecting each other.
- Q:2001 chevy blazer wiring harness?
- 2001 Chevy Blazer Wiring Diagram
- Q:Which guage power wire...?
- 4 or 2 gauge wire running 10 to 20 feet for 100 amps.
- Q:Wiring new replacement door chime/bell?
- If your old transformer is still working connecting the wires up wrong will burn it out in an instant. I have been there. The safest thing to do is locate your transformer and disconnect all the wires. Take the doorbell off and disconnect the wires. And then you have the chime off as well. Then use a continuity tester (has a battery and lights up or buzzes when the circuit is complete) and find out which wire goes where. You might have to string a temporary wire through the house to complete the circuit from downstairs to upstairs. Once you know which wire goes where you will be connecting a wire from one end of the transformer to the button a line from the button to the chime and a line from the chime to the transformer (a series circuit.) A voltmeter will tell you if the transformer is already burnt out. If you get a new transformer make sure you get one that matches the voltage requirement of the chimes (usually 16 volts.)
- Q:How do you TIGHTEN electrical WIRES?
- Twisting wire is about the poorest electrical connection Next is wire nuts like houses use next is butt connectors where crimping the connector is used. The only real way to connect one wire to another is slide heat shrink tubing over one wire twist the two wires and apply melted 60/40% solder to make a shiny connection slide the heat shrink over the solder joint and heat it to shrink the insulating heat shrink then use electrical tape over that.
- Q:Question about Car Audio Wire Harness?
- the orange wire on the radio is for power antenna unless u have a antenna that automaticly goes up and down u dont need it and the blue 1 on the radio is for a amp unless u have a amp u dont need it either the orange on the harness is most likey the power antenna so u can install with if u dont already have 1 and the blue idk i would have to look at it that ant how my radio wired up but i have a JVC lol but i do know all those radios are the same just it at radio shack u will see plus ur tell meh that im wrong when i can and do have a car radio wired in my house
- Q:6000+ heat sinc wires?
- Yes, the fan on your heat sink has a fourth wire that..............(tune back in tommorrow folks, for the conclusion), (sorry, somebody's telling jokes over here!) The fourth wire is a Speed control wire. The first wire,(Red), is 12VDC,(power), the second,(Black), is the ground, should be a Blue wire, for rpm sensor, and the fourth,(color codes vary), is the wire that the BIOS uses to speed the fan up when the temp of the cpu raises, slows the fan down, when it isn't used as hard. Temp of the cpu, is found through one of it's pins on the bottom of it.
- Q:What is inside a wire?
- An electrical wire is composed of a copper (sometimes steel, aluminum, or other metal) core, surrounded by a plastic cover to insulate it. The newer fiber optics wires for communications contain a translucent plastic core for transmitting light signals.
- Q:two switch wiring for ceiling fan?
- Call the manufacturer about your ceiling fan. It may be designed to work with a light kit. I've done this myself. The grey and red sound like wiring that works with the light kit. The black, white, and green wires are hook to your house wire. (House wire is black, white, and bare (ground)).
- Q:Kitten chews wires?
- I have a cat who is petrified of wires - she too chewed them when she was a kitten, and each time she did I would creep up on her and then shout 'bang!' really loud. She soon learned that chewing wires = scary loud noise and stopped. It does mean though, if ever there is a wire anywhere, now, she won't go anywhere near it. If there's one she doesn't know about and gets too close before suddenly noticing it, she shoots up into the air like a skyrocket......perhaps we went a bit overboard on the scaring her things when she chewed them, but we were more scared of her electrocuting herself than being afraid of a few wires! So, if you want him to stop, that's what you've got to do! To everyone saying spray water - did you not learn about water and electricity in school?!!!!
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