High Quality Galvanized U Type Wire

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Place of Origin:
China (Mainland)
Technique:
galvanized &annealed
Model Number:
HY
Surface Treatment:
Galvanized
Galvanized Technique:
Hot Dipped Galvanized
Type:
U Type Wire
Function:
Binding Wire
Wire Gauge:
0.6mm-4.5mm
Feature:
it is easy for transport and handle inherit
Color:
Black, silver
Zinc coating:
8g/m2- 260g/m2
Galvanized:
Hot-dipped /Electro galvanized/annealed wire/iron wire
Certification:
ISO 9001:2008


Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:u type iron wire packing details 1.plastic inside and weaving bag outside 2.plastic inside and hessian outside 3.on request
Delivery Detail:within 10 days after receive your payment

Specifications

u type iron wire
1.surface:galvanized or PVC
2.Wire diameter: 0.5mm-4.5mm
3.Wire length: 25cm-65cm
4.Sizes can be custom


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Q:circuit wire resistance problem?
The resistance of the new wire is (in terms of its length, area resistivity); R2 = pL2/A2 And the resistance of the original wire is; R1 = pL1/A1 The ratio is;(resistivity will cancel because its the same for both situations) R2/R1 = L2A1/L1A2 given L2 = 3L1 R2/R1 = 3A1/A2 To find the new cross-sectional area ,require the volumes to be equal; L2A2 = L1A1 3L1A2 = L1A1 A2 = (1/3)A1 Sub this into the R2/R1 equation to get; R2/R1 = 9 R2 = 9R1 = (9)(21) = 189 ohms
Q:3 phase wire size?
Well not quite: 1. The panelboard is 4 wire therefore the (3) in the description would be (4). The 4th wire is for the neutral and required if you are using the 277. Otherwise the panelboard is a 3 wire board and no 277 2. 600 kcmil copper with 75°C insulation is able to carry 420 A as long as the ambient temperature < 86°F (30°C) and are installed by themselves (not in a raceway/cable tray with other power conductors). If the conductors are aluminum, the temperature is hot, the installation has multiple conductors in the same raceway/cable tray, or the distance is of sufficient length resulting in unacceptable voltage drop, the cable must be derated -- read you must increase the size to 750 kcmil or increase the insulation rating to 90°C The ground conductor should be of sufficient size
Q:car stereo wires--- need help please?
Car radio wire constant to stereo yellow memory. Car radio wire switched to stereo red 12v positive. Car radio wire illumination to stereo Dashboard Light Dimmer Switch. Don't forget to ground the black wire on the unit to the ground wire from the car harness. An extra ground strap to the chassis is a good idea also. If you don't have an amp or a power antenna, cap off the blue Remote/Antenna wire.
Q:Sony EXR-10 am/fm/cassette wiring?
Judging from the fact that there's no CD/MP3/WMA/etc in the list of what you've got on your radio I'm going to assume it's an older one. I'm also going to assume that it's still new enough to have the now standardized wiring colors on it. Go to an installation shop and buy a plug that matches your cars year and make, connect the wiring on that plug to the one on the radio matching color to color. If there's no black wire (ground) on the car to radio plug you just bought that means you need to attach the black wire to a piece of metal that contacts the frame or firewall under your dash. If this wasn't helpful, please make a more detailed question or make me a contact and give me more detail.
Q:how many amps will 2 10 gauge wires handle?
10 gauge wire is rated for 30 amps unless its a long run. I'm not sure I'm picturing the right setup you're proposing in your description but if you're talking about having two 'hot' wires and two 'neutral wires' clamped together at both ends its a bad idea. It would make sense that you could run 60 amps through the wire if it was doubled up like that but because of [science] it doesn't work like that. Not to mention any electrician or inspector would be drawing exclamation points on their notepad if they saw a setup like that. If you need to run more than 30 amps just buy lower gauge wire.
Q:Home wiring question?
Green wire should be screwed into the inside of the receptacle box or pigtailed to the bare copper wire in the back of the box. If neither a bare wire or a green screw is present, call an electrician to run proper wiring to the box
Q:Okay to leave ground wire bare?
Ground wires are typically bare. Just be sure as you put the wires and light back in the box that the ground wire is not near the connector with the black wire. The black one is the one that bites !
Q:connect wires to boat trailer frame?
If your asking the ground wire attach to the bolts holding the light bracket on run it back up to the plug the white wire has to be grounded to the trailer and the truck.
Q:What is a short in a wire?
Short in a wire is when two wires either don't connect cuz they're not long enough, OR when the wires start to smoke or burn or catch on fire.
Q:wires connected in parallel ?
***EDIT - CORRECTION*** Thanks Bill (the other Bill) it helps to put numbers on it. ******************** If I understand your question: The curent through the battery is five times larger than the current through wire B. **TRUE** Because: Current A is four times current B. Total current = A+B, or 4+1=5 The power dissipated in wire A is 16 times the power dissipated in wire B. ***FALSE*** (EDIT - I was wrong the first time) Because: Power = VxA The voltage drop across wire B is larger than the voltage drop across wire A. **FALSE** Because: If two wires are parallel voltage is same at ends (Beginning point of A and B is the same poin, ending point of A and B is the same point). The resistance of wire B is four times as large as the resistance of wire A. **TRUE** Because: Resistance inversely proportional to square of wire diameter. The resistance of wire B is twice as large as the resistance of wire A. **FALSE** Because: Resistance inversely proportional to square of wire diameter. Also check out web site shown below. Let me know if this helps Bill

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