Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)
Model Number: AAAC
Insulation Material: Other
Type: Low Voltage
Conductor Material: Aluminum
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1 Stranded Bare Conductor
1.1 Aluminium stranded wire (AAC)
1.2 Aluminium Conductor Steel-Reinforced (ACSR)
1.3 Aluminium Alloy Stranded Wire (AAAC, AASC)
1.4 Bare Copper Stranded Wire
2 Aerial Insulated Cable (ABC)
2.1 Insulated aerial cable with rated voltage up to and including 1kV
2.2 Insulated aerial cable with rated voltage up to and inculding 10kV
2.3 Insulated aerial cable with rated voltage up to and inculding 30kV
2.4 Parallel multiple insulated overhead cable with rated voltage up to and including 1kV
3 Rubber sheathed Cable
3.1 Welding Cable
3.2 General Purpose Rubber sheathed Cable
4 Wires & Cables for Electric Equipment
4.1 PVC Insulated cable with rated voltage up to and including 450/750V (H07V-U, H07V-R, H07V-K, H07V-U, H07V-R, NYY, NYM, H03VV-F, H03VV2-F,H05VV-F,H05VV2-F)
4.2 PVC insulated cable,wire,and cord with the rated voltage up to and including 450V/750V (H07V-U, H07V-R, NYY, NYM)
4.3 PVC insulated and Nylon sheathed wire(THHN,THWN,THNN,T90)
4.4 Thermocouple extension wire
4.5 Radio-Frequency Cable (CATV, Coaxial Cable)
4.5.1 Solid conductor PE insulated radion-frequency cable
4.6 Strain Gauge Cable
4.7 Signal Cable for Periphery Equipments of Computer
4.8 PVC Insulated Shielding Cable for Radio
5 Speaker Wire
5.1 Speaker Wire
5.2 Hi-FI Equipment Power Supply Wire
6 Power Cable
6.1 XLPE Insulated Power Cable
6.1.1 XLPE insulated power cable with rated voltage 1kV(Um=1.2kV) & 35kv(Um=40.5kV)
6.1.2 XLPE insulated pwoer cable with rated voltage from 3.6/6kv to 26/35kv
6.2 PVC Insulated Power Cable
6.2.1 XLPE insulated power cable with rated voltage 1kV(Um=1.2kV) & 3kV(Um=3.6kV)
6.3 Fire-Retarding Power cable
6.4 Low Zero Halogen Fire-retarding Power Cable
6.5 High-Temperature Resistant Power Cable
6.6 Converter used connecting Power Cable
6.7 rat & termite proof XPLE Insulated Power Cable
7 Control Cable
7.1 PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable
7.1.1 KVV450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable
7.1.2 KVV22 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable With Steel Type Armour
7.1.3 KVVP 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable With Braid Screen
7.1.4 KVVP2 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable With Copper Tape Screen
7.1.5 KVVR 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Flexible Control Cable
7.1.6 KVVR 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Flexible Control Cable With Braid Screen
7.2 XLPE Insulated Control Cable
7.2.1 KYJV 600/1000V copper core XLPE insulated and PVC sheathed control cable
7.2.2 KYJVP2 600/1000V copper core XLPE insulated and PVC sheathed control cable
7.3 Plastic Insulated and Sereened control cable for Converter Station and Power Station
7.4 Flame retardant Plastic Insulated Control Cable
7.5 Fire-resistant Control Cable
7.6 Low Smoke Zero Halogen Fire-retarding Control Cable
7.7 High-Temperature Resistant Control Cable
7.7.1 Copper core FEP insulated FEP sheathed Control cable (KFF)
7.7.2 Copper core FEP insulated FEP sheathed screen Control cable with copper wire braid (KFFP)
7.8 Screened Control Cable for Computer
8 Communication Cable
8.1 Copper Core Polyolefin Insulated Aluminum-Plastic Composite Sheathed Communication Cable
8.2 PVC Insulated and Sheath Cable for Low Frequency Communication LAN &?Terminal Cable
8.2.1 PVC Insulated and Sheath Cable for Low Frequency Communication LAn Cable
8.2.2 PVC Insulated and Sheath Cable for Low Frequency Communication Terminal Cable
8.3 Category 5 Unscreened and Twisted Cable for Digital Communication Cable
8.4 Twisted PE Insulated and PVC Sheathed Local Telephone Cable
8.5 PVC Insulated and PVC Sheathed Mining Telephone Cable
- Q:Help with ceiling fan wiring?
- Be careful when with just hooking Black to Black or White to White as has been suggested. In some configurations the white wire is part of the switch leg and is not nuetral. Being that this is a 50 year old house, the Hot wire from the breaker box could very possibly be coming in at the light box instead of the switch box which would mean that there is a wire that is using both the Black and the White wires for power. One of them is taking power to the switch and the other is bringing power back to the light from the switch when the switch is turned on. In this scenario, the white wire would not be nuetral!!! The brown wire was typicallly used for hot up into the 70's and then they changed it to black. Your best bet is to hook it up exactly the way you took it off and hook the Blue and Black wire from your fan to the same wire. I assume that this fan has pull chain controls for both the light and the fan?.....
- Q:How can I identify the hot wire when I only have two black wires and no white wire in knob and tube wiring?
- Both wires in a switch are in the hot leg. There is no neutral. One is the hot feed, the other goes to the hot wire of the device. If you have a neutral or a ground in the box, you can test for hot with a meter. Touch one probe to one black wire, the other to neutral or ground. If you get ~120V, that;s your hot. Otherwise, the other wire is. If all else fails, you can use a pen tester, but the meter is much more accurate. Hope this helps.
- Q:How do I reattach wires accidentally cut on my headphones?
- Strip an inch of the wires using a knife - don't burn anything, plastic gives off toxic fumes. Edit: use a very sharp knife or a stanley knife, slice towards the end of the wire, repeat until the end of the wire is stripped. Take 1 each of the wires that were cut, twirl them round each other like ivy twists around a branch, tape up the wire, repeat with the other two wires, then tape around them all. If the connection between the cut wires is good then the headphones should work like nothing happened.
- Q:how do I wire chandelier into the ceiling?
- You need an ohm-meter to find out which wire goes where. continuity is minimal ohms between 2 points. 1) The wire with continuity to the exposed metal of the fixture goes to the metal electrical box and/or ground wire. That wire is green or bare. 2) The wire with continuity to the outer shell of the sockets is the return path. It is usually the insulated wire with subtle corrugations on the outside. Tie it to the white wire in the box. 3) The wire with continuity to the tabs in the bases of the sockets is the supply (hot) one. It goes to the red wire in the box. 4) The chandelier will make light if wires 2 3 are swapped but it wouldn't be right.
- Q:Question anout tubeless wire?
- It is a wire without a tube. It works properly, it has a larger section than the usual wires, but is cheaper (Al is cheaper than Cu).
- Q:How do I wire a single-pole dimmer switch using 14-3 wire?
- Wires that have continual power are called source wires. One of the source wires (any color other than white or green) should be hooked up to one of the brass screws on your kill switch. The other brass screw will have the wire going to the receptacle. NOTE: A switch is used to connect/break the connection of power going to an appliance/fixture. The other source wire will go to one of the black wires on your dimmer switch. The other black wire on the dimmer switch will go to the 4 pot lights as its source, in which we call a switch leg. The ground wire of the dimmer switch is hooked to the ground wire in the box. No white or neutral wires are needed for this...Test the wires first so that you know what wire is for what. Then, make sure you turn off all power so that you don't damage the dimmer switch.
- Q:Wires question?
- Resistance is directly proportional to the length of the wire, so a long wire will not have the least resistance. Fiberglass is an insulator, not a conductor, so its resistivity will be off the chart a hot wire has more particles moving around and more stuff for free charge to bump in to. so its out. That leaves thick wire as the one that with all other factors equal, will have the lowest resistance.
- Q:Trying to wire up a toogle swithch for boat light. What wire go were?
- RE: Trying to wire up a toogle swithch for boat light. What wire go were? Trying to wire up a toogle swithch for boat light. Have a positive and negiative wire coming from the battery. I have 2 wires coming out of the toggle switch and two wires coming from the light. What goes where? Thanks
- Q:1983 chevy 350 starter wiring?
- need a starter wiring diagram.it would be in a haynes repair manual.the fuse link red wire will be on the starter solenoid positive wire to starter solenoid .
- Q:Wired or Wireless connection?
- Wired is much better, because it works faster, it's secure, far more reliable. The only downside of a wired connection is a necessity to mess around with cables. On the other hand, you do it only once. I'm using a wired connection.
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