Hot Dipped Glavanized Binding Wire
Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire made from good quality Low carbon wire rod by Advanced Drawn;Annealed Manufacture Skilled and Good Zinc Coated treatment method;
Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire could be produced in different type in Big Coil,Small Coil and With Plastic or Wooden Spool
- Q:2001 chevy blazer wiring harness?
- 2001 Chevy Blazer Wiring Diagram
- Q:dodge dakota rt signal wire?
- It should be the BLK/ LB wire (although my wiring schematic shows that wire BLK/ GREEN), It will be the only circuit that have a varying voltage between 0-1 volt. Probe the wires with a DVOM and determine which wire has the signal, one wire will supply B+ for the heater, one is heater ground, one is reference supply voltage and one is signal return The signal return is the circuit you need to tap.
- Q:How do I wire an old plug?
- The red one is the earth wire so should go in the right part by the fuse and the yellow one is neutrol so goes in the top middle bit :) Hope that helps
- Q:electrical wiring question....?
- First when houses were electrically wired, they used what was called knob and tube. Next came BX,or flexible metal tubing which is what you have. Plastic wiring or Romex is the last and most commonly used type of wiring for homes. Don't mess with the flexible metal wiring. There are certain requirements when you cut and enter the metal into a metal outlet box. One of the most important things is a red fiber bushing called a cherry and I do not think they are available any more. I have some that I keep in my antiques closet. LOL
- Q:How do you wire subwoofers like this?
- Bridging isn't something you do with the subs wiring. It's the way you wire them on the terminals. Each amp's manual should tell you which terminals are the bridgeable ones. That's a mono amp. There's not much you can do there with bridging etc..Try looking for a 2 channel bridgeable amp and then worry about wiring the subs. Not sure why you would want two terminals on both sides of the box anyway.
- Q:How to wire sprinkler valves?
- well if you have a few extra strands in the cable, they may be used in the future if you add on to the sprinkler system with more valves. or to help troubleshoot wiring problems. no need to cap the unused wires, just cut them and leave them our company leaves enough of the wire in the valve box, to be able to pull out the connection for service. make sure you leave enough wire to service the valves and their connections easlily.. we then wrap the unused cables around the used wires and the connections. keeps the valve box nice and neat, and ready to be serviced if needed. the next set of valves, the best way is to cut the whole cable and splice them back. it is just easier. again, make sure you leave a good bit of wire in the box so you can service it easily. i work on sprinkler systems for a living. one pet peeve is when a connection is not in the valve box, but inthe ground around it, b/c some one cut the wire too short.then i will have to dig up the connnections and repair them, instead of just doing it through the valve box without messing up the customer's yard. and by the way, grease caps arent the best way of sealing wire connections. the best way for irrigation is with the orange wire nuts, and seal them with Dri-Splice. from my dad's over 20 years of expericence and my last few years, this is the best way. good luck and hope this helps.
- Q:Ball things on wires?
- They're usually on High-Tension wires? They're on those high-up wires to help aircraft pilots see and avoid them, if they happen to fly low enough. I've seen them on HT wires near a place called Echo Lake, in Colorado, oddly enough, and I don't think that there is an airfield nearby, so I think they put those balls on high wires in any open spaces, where low-flying aircraft would be an issue.
- Q:Double pole breaker with one hot wire?
- No you need two hot and a neutral your element needs 240 volts.
- Q:4 Flat wire trailer wiring?
- you can go to any advance or auto zone and they have these ,and they aren't expensive,they should have the ones that you just plug in between the harness,and this saves cutting any wires,and they also work a lot better,if you,ll explain what your doing to them they will have what you need,good luck with it.
- Q:Running too small power/ground wires?
- Using smaller wires will cause your wire to heat . As the wire gets hot conductivity decreases giving less current to the amp. It seems like you are spending some money for the equipment i would use a 4 gauge to protect your investment. I have seen people car catching fire because of bad audio wiring
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