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Wire diameter:5.0-0.11mm
Tensile strength:600-1500N/mm2

Surface finish: Galvanizing or polished

ApplicationFor making silk screens, filter screens and cable shield

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Q:1992 Lexus ES300 Stereo Wiring Diagram/Schematic?
ur best bet is to take off the door cover and look at the speaker and go off the colors u see going into the speaker
Q:How to splice into a wire?
They make a part which wraps around the old wire clamps together with a connection for the new wire you want to add. See an auto part store.
Q:Home Theater Speaker Wire?
You can use Cat5 as speaker wire, you need to twist all the wires together and use one wire for positive and another for negative, there are several tutorials on the net on how to use it for best results but its really more trouble than its worth, I use OFC wire from parts express, but any OFC wire or copper wire should do...For shorter runs (under 15 Ft) any speaker wire should work as long as its the proper guage, wire,.. needs to be thicker for longer runs, the guage of the wire is more important than what wire you use, I use 14 guage all the way around just makes it easier to set up and looks better. Inside walls you want to use CL3 wire...this is what code requires in most states...the guage of your wire is going to be determined by the length of your run and the nominal impedance of your speaker, I linked to a chart below that will help you determine guage for your system....what I usually look for is flexability cheaper wire tend to be stiff and is hard to work with while better wire is very flexable, but either will work...
Q:2nd phone line with no black wire?
the wire you have is designed for 1 line only. Back in the day the yellow wire was used to carry ground because ground was necessary for old circuits. Ground is no longer needed so in order to get two lines you need at least a two pair wire (meaning four wires) you might have to run a new wire unfortunately or just keep that one and run another to separate jack.
Q:Wiring surround sound speakers?
Get some 16 gauge speaker wire. If you are going more than say 40 feet go with 14 gauge. DONT BUY NAME BRAND CABLE!!! It is BS. Google it and you will find scientific tests showing there is no audible diference between a 50 cent a foot wire and a 3 dollar a foot cable. As long as you use a low enough gauge wire you will not lose any sound quality. BTW if you use cat5 it will probably catch on fire so unless you hate your house don't use that.
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:Can we get rid of wires?
Losses are too high!
Q:fuses protect what?circuit breakers,equipment,wire,or people?
Fuses, standard circuit breakers and the like, unless -extremely- carefully designed are made to protect real-estate, no more. Not even a GFIC device is 100% effective nor are any of them designed to protect against stupidity. If one deliberately inserts one's self into a circuit, one will be injured. There are certain types of fuses (and breakers) that are designed to protect equipment - an example of such is the dual-element fuse that can sustain a high surge on start-up, but will fail at 'design' amps after that surge. There are breakers that are similarly designed. No fuse can be a ground-fault device. But, the bottom line is that fuses are load-based and are designed to fail based on a function (also designed) of excess-load-over-time. A very small excess load will be tolerated for a much longer time than a dead-short (infinite load), as extreme examples. And fuses are more-or-less sized to the wire feeding from them and its theoretical capacity. So it may be argued in a full discussion that fuses are to protect real-estate first, wire second, and in a few deliberately and carefully matched cases the equipment attached to the wire. As fuses are 100% load based, they cannot protect people unless their maximum design load is less than 1/4 watt at 10,000 ohms (what a human being equates to as a resistor).
Q:How do i hook up a ceiling fan with only one white and one black wire.?
The blue and black wires from the fan are twisted together and attached to the black wire coming from the ceiling box using the enclosed wire nuts. The white wire from the fan goes to the white wire from the box. There may be a bare copper wire bent up into the box, if so pull it down and attach the green wire to it. If there is no bare wire you can get a short piece of bare copper wire and attach it with a screw to a hole in the metal box with an 8/32 machine screw. Wrap the copper wire clockwise around the screw, tighten, and then join green wire to bare. If you have no bare wire and the box is plastic then you will have nothing to use the ground wire to and it will be unused.
Q:Which guage power wire...?
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