Tinned Silver Copper Wire

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1.Product Description:

Our Tinned Silver Copper wire use 99.96% or 99.99% pure copper for inner core, the silver layer reach 99.99% purity,

we using advance plating equipment and state-of-the-art plating silver technology make the silver lay containing silver 99.99%

and coating is very smooth , high density . and not easy to change color .

Fine wire specification: 025-1.0 u , hold wire specification : 0.5-10u

2. Product Characteristic:

We use import tester CMI SmartLink PR to test the silver layer thickness. Compare with pure copper wire ,

ours tinned silver copper wire is higher conductivity , higher thermal class , more smooth and higher corrosion resistance .

High-grade (high pressure) cable,Automotive cables

Electronics, telecommunications, winding wire,aerospace and other fields

3.Specification

Diameter: 0.03mm-2.5mm

Normal Package :roll

Spool Size : DIN180mm , DIN 250mm

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You need to replace the cable with a three wire plus ground.
Q:wiring diagram for f-150 1997 car stereo?
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Q:Current in parallel wires?
The lower wire is kept in suspension magnetically means that the downward force of gravity is equal to the upward magnetic force. Its NOT an easy problem so we need to solve it in small steps. Let's find the two forces acting on the lower wire: (*) Downward force of gravity = mg = (volume) x (density) x (gravitational acceleration) = (pi r^2 L) x(8920)x(9.8) = 0.06896L We assume the radius of the wire is 0.5 mm or 0.0005m, copper density is 8960 N/m^3, gravitational acceleration = 9.8 m/s^2 (**) Upward magnetic force = mu(zero) x i(one) x i(two) x L / (2 pi d) = 2.08x10^(-4) L i(two) mu(zero) is a constant = 4 pi 10^(-7), i(one) is the current in the first wire = 52A, i(two) is the unknown current in the second wire, d is the distance between the wires = 5 mm or 0.005m The forces are equal, therefore 0.06896L = 2.08x10^(-4) L i(two) We divide both sides by L (the unknown length of the lower wire) and now we can solve for the current i(two) ANSWER: i(two) = 331.5 A
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Speaker wire is a big subject that prompts some very heated debates amongst the serious enthusiast crowd. Using CAT5 as speaker cable is typically prompted by way of either one of two ideas: Saving money, or improving performance. I will see the point in saving money in comparison with say hi-Fi speaker cables at $5/ft, however there are flawlessly good OFC copper cables of decent gauge such as seventy nine strand that clearly work out simply as low priced. The opposite drawback with fee saving is that not all CAT5e is created equal. Plenty of the finances stuff from China is copper clad aluminium as an alternative than pure copper. You would not ever choose to run your speakers with aluminium cable, so why take the threat if making use of CAT5e? Efficiency is some thing exclusive. That's very subjective. The reasoning why CAT5e is based on the excessive frequency efficiency of the cable. However in hi-fi world we need current delivery greater than excessive frequency extension. My own view is that CAT5e sounds distinctive adequate to - purchase not necessarily better than - normal OFC 79 strand for many listeners to listen to the trade fairly without problems. Treble and to a lesser measure the bass gets accentuated at the rate of midrange. It's a bit like hitting the Loudness button. The sound has a bit of extra presence at the expense of naturalness. Individually I believe the advantages are doubtful and now not worth the effort. Get a tight gauge OFC that's satisfactory and bendy alternatively than some plaited network cable.
Q:Quick question about electrical wires.?
Tracey, don't mess around with the electricity. In Australia it's not legal unless your a qualified electrician, of sorts. Get a tradesman to look at the problem, otherwise it could cause a house fire. I can't diagnose the problem because different colour codes are used in different countries. If you were in Australia where we use 240V AC, I would have a guess that the green earth wire is not properly earthed - which would trip the breaker. Don't take my word though - get an electrician to look at it please!
Q:trailer wiring what the 7 wires for?
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6-12 ohms? Huh That person is WAY off. Stock type plug wires will have 3,000 to 5,000 ohms per 1 foot of wire Cheap parts store plug wires may have 4000-8000 ohms per 1 foot of wire High performance wires like MSD will have 40-50 ohms per 1 foot of wire

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