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What is the size of American Wire Gauge?
American Wire Gauge Conductor Size Table. American wire gauge (AWG) is a standardized wire gauge system for the diameters of round, solid, nonferrous, electrically conducting wire. The larger the AWG number or wire guage, the smaller the physical size of the wire. The smallest AWG size is 40 and the largest is 0000 (4/0).
What is the difference between 6 gauge and 9 gauge wire?
The wire鈥檚 cross-sectional area doubles every time it descends three levels (e.g., a six-gauge wire has double the cross-sectional surface area of a nine-gauge wire). Feet per pound. Feet per pound refers to the number of feet of wire needed to reach one pound in weight. (e.g., AWG 4 wire requires 7.918 feet, while AWG 40 requires 34.364 feet.)
What is the smallest AWG wire gauge?
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 is the diameter of 0000 gauge wire?
It is one of the two AWG wires that have a 10+ mm diameter (4/0 AWG wire to mm equals 11.684 mm). The 0000 AWG gauge wire is also the only one with a 100+ mm2 cross-section.