||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:Switch wiring question?
- Well it is defintely a 3 way switch. The fourth (green) wire being the ground. I can't tell you by the numbers, but I can tell you by the screws which wire goes where. If it does not apply to your switch you may need to go get a new one. They are inexpensive. The green, ground wire goes to the screw that is usually attached to the arms ( metal extentions that hold against the sheet rock. Now you need to find the red and black wire that are together. Look inside the box where the wires come in and you should be able to tell if the red and black are in the same sheathing. These are your travelers. The travelers need to go on the two screws that are across from eachother. One goes on the right side and one goes on the left. Does not matter which side. The last black wire, depending on which of the two 3 ways you are at is either your power or your light leg (wire going to your light). This wire goes on the last screw. Hope this was helpful.
- Q:Stereo Memory Wire Problems?
- I am installing a Pioneer Car Stereo and not sure if the yellow or blue wire are the memory wire
- 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:Did I buy the wrong speaker wire?
- incredibly, it could be greater advantageous to purchase the two yet another sub and an amp. the two-channel bridged at 4 ohms will purely output 380 watts RMS which would be divided between the two subs (a hundred ninety watts each). it incredibly is too low and you will no longer get lots thump. A 600-800 watt RMS monoblock could grant severe ability to 2 12 Kickers. an fantastic Kicker amp is the Kicker 08ZX750.a million which outputs 750 X a million RMS into 2 ohms. For driving in basic terms the sub you have, i could propose the Kicker Kicker 08ZX300.a million which outputs 3 hundred watts RMS into 2 ohms. And it incredibly is $40 off precise now at Crutchfield. the final answer utilising what you have is to circulate right into a mono sign to the amp. Use in basic terms one channel of the preamp outs and chop up it into the two amp inputs. Then twine each of your 4 ohm voice coils to a separate channel. the two coils popular will then be getting 250 watts RMS, nevertheless low yet greater advantageous than a hundred ninety.
- Q:need help with wiring amp?
- Your best bet at this point would be to get an aftermarket stereo anyways. Chances are it will put out more than twice the power your factory installed one does, and it will have line outs for your amplifier. I say will because some crappy ones do not, avoid those. Go out and buy a new radio, spend maybe 30 minutes installing it (it seems as if you already have the general idea on this kind of thing), and then take a little time to wire the amp to the new radio. A lot easier than looking up the wiring diagram for your car's factory radio, cutting and soldering wires, taking stuff apart, I dunno.
- 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:can i use elmer glue to hook up wires?
- You could always solder it, but no, glue won't allow electricity to pass through.
- Q:home wiring problems?
- It sounds like the existing setup is a three-way - meaning that there are two switches that control the same light? If so, you need to know which of the black wires on the existing switch is the hot wire - the other two are known as travelers. Look at the existing switch again, is one of the screws a slightly different color form the other two screws? That's your hot wire. Or the red and one black are on one side of the switch and the other black is on the opposite side - the one that's on it's own side is often the hot wire. Hook the motion sensor switch's black to the hot wire, blue to a traveler, red to the other traveler.
- Q:i need the wiring diagram for 1994 chevy suburban?
- 1994 Chevrolet Suburban Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Orange Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow Radio Ground Wire: Black Radio Illumination Wire: Gray Radio Dimmer Wire: Brown Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Radio Amplifier Trigger Wire: N/A Front Speakers Size: 6 1/2″ Speakers Front Speakers Location: Doors Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Tan Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Dark Green Rear Speakers Size: 6 1/2″ Speakers Rear Speakers Location: Rear Doors Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Brown Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Yellow Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Dark Blue Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Light Blue
- Q:What gauge wire should be used in car wiring?
- Why do you need to wire the stereo to the battery? Only thing you should have to wire directly to the battery is an amp. If you are wiring the amp to the battery I would say use a 4 gauge. Now, this depends on the rms of watts going to the amp, but 4 gauge is always a safe bet and give you room for growth in the future if you want to upgrade.
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