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amperage chart for wire size

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  • How do I know what size wire to use?

  • Use this chart to help determine what size wire you should be using based on AMPS being pulled and the length of the wire you will be running. Remember, when in doubt bigger is always better. And always use a fuse smaller than the rating of the wire to prevent fires Loading Google+ Comments … You must be logged in to post a comment.

  • What is the size of a 1 gauge 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.

  • How many amps does 10 gauge wire carry?

  • Let鈥檚 cover the basics of 10 gauge wire in mm and mm2. 10 AWG wire has a diameter of 2.588 mm and the diameter of 5.26 mm2. This allows it to carry a current of 35 amps at 75 this is the rated ampacity for a 10 gauge copper wire. A lot of questions regarding the 10 gauge wire are basically 鈥業s 10 gauge or 12 gauge wire better?鈥?

  • What is amperage in electrical circuits?

  • Amperage is a measure of the electrical current flowing through a circuit. Current is measured in amperes or amps. You must use the correct size wire for the amperage requirement of the circuit to prevent the wire from over heating. The number and type of electrical devices connected to a circuit determine the amperage requirement of the circuit.

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