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amp capacity of 10 gauge wire

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30 amps

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  • How many amps does 10 gauge wire hold?

  • How many amps will a 10 gauge wire hold? NEC 10-gauge copper wire has a rating of 30 amps. 10-gauge solid copper wire in general has a resistance of almost exactly 1 ohm per 1000 feet. The rating is limited by how much heat the insulation was designed to withstand. NEC 60/75/90 deg C rated insulated wire is rated for 30/35/40 amps respectfully.

  • What is the ampacity of a 00 gauge wire?

  • The ampacity at 75C is 175 amps, and the 00 AWG wire is custom used as a 150 amp wire size (despite the 1/0 gauge wire having 150 amp ampacity at the same temperature). In the cable itself, the 00 gauge wire has 2.74 turns per inch.

  • What size wire do I need for 10awg?

  • The official rating for 10AWG is 15 amps (for copper) and the short answer is 鈥淣o鈥? What size wire do I need for 30 amps? Any circuit fused for 30 amps must use a minimum of 10 ga copper or 8 ga alu.

  • How many amps can a 1 AWG wire handle?

  • Given the 42.4 mm2 thickness, the 1 AWG copper wire has a current-carrying ampacity of 130 amps at 75C. This gives us a pretty good indication of how many amps can a 1 AWG gauge wire handle. With 130 amps capacity, 1 gauge wire can serve as a battery cable, welding cable, or any other power cable that requires a good 100 amps of electric current.

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