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  • What size wire do I need for a 6mm aluminum wire?

  • 6 mm2 aluminum wire is somewhere between AWG #9 and #10 . To be on the safe side we use AWG #10 (the smallest one) in the figure above and estimates the maximum current to be approximately 30 amps.

  • What is the maximum current in aluminum wire?

  • Maximum current in aluminum and copper wire with ambient temperature 86 o F (30 o C): 6 mm2 aluminum wire is somewhere between AWG #9 and #10 . To be on the safe side we use AWG #10 (the smallest one) in the figure above and estimates the maximum current to be approximately 30 amps.

  • What size wire do I need for a 30 amp outlet?

  • 6 mm2 aluminum wire is somewhere between AWG #9 and #10 . To be on the safe side we use AWG #10 (the smallest one) in the figure above and estimates the maximum current to be approximately 30 amps. Copper and Aluminum – Max.

  • What is the difference between aluminum and copper wire?

  • Current carrying capacity [inducing a rise in wire temperature, in high-voltage lines], Short circuit current, or Voltage drop [long low voltage lines]. For the same conductivity aluminum wire is about two gauges larger than copper wire. The table above only lists the AWG standard.

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