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4/3 gauge copper wire

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  • What is 1 gauge copper wire?

  • 1 gauge wire is the first 鈥榥on-negative or 0鈥?wire gauge. 1 gauge wire diameter is 7.348 mm and it has a 42.4 mm2 (1 AWG to mm2) cross-section or area. Given the 42.4 mm2 thickness, the 1 AWG copper wire has a current-carrying ampacity of 130 amps at 75C.

  • What is the AWG of a standard copper wire?

  • In this AWG wire gauge chart for a standard copper wire, you can find every AWG wire; from the biggest 10+ mm wires (such as 4/0 AWG and 3/0 AWG wires) to the smallest below 0.01 mm wires like 39 and 40 AWG wires.

  • What are the different types of 2 gauge wire?

  • There are a number of cables that contain the 2 gauge wire, including: 2 AWG gauge battery cable (even a 12-volt battery can generate up to 1,380 W; that鈥檚 the maximum capacity of the 2 gauge battery cable on a 12-volt circuit). 2 gauge welding cable or a 2 AWG welding cable (for small to medium-sized welding gear).

  • What is the ampacity of 4 gauge wire?

  • Well, it鈥檚 between 85 amps (4 gauge wire ampacity) and 65 amps (6 gauge wire ampacity). However, since this wire is so rarely used, we don鈥檛 have the rated ampacity for it at the specific 鈥?75C 鈥?temperature interval.

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