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maximum amps for power transmission

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700 circular mils per amp rule

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  • How many amps can power transmission wire handle?

  • And power transmission means long distances, and bundled together (or pulled with other wires through a conduit pipe) which has a whole different set of factors to consider. My rule of thumb is that for chassis wiring, 30 AWG (wire-wrap wire) can safely handle 1 Amp (1000mA).

  • What is the Maximum amps for chassis wiring?

  • The Maximum Amps for Chassis Wiring is also a conservative rating, but is meant for wiring in air, and not in a bundle. For short lengths of wire, such as is used in battery packs you should trade off the resistance and load with size, weight, and flexibility.

  • What is the maximum current transmission capacity of a car?

  • The maximum current transmission capacity uses 700 mils per amp rule, which means that the estimate is very, very conservative. The rating should only be taken as a rule of thumb and not as an exact measurement.

  • What is the maximum current transmission capacity of a copper wire?

  • This is based on a guideline from the Handbook of Electronic Tables and Formulas for the ampacity or the copper wire current carrying capacity for American Wire Gauge sizes. The maximum current transmission capacity uses 700 mils per amp rule, which means that the estimate is very, very conservative.

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