wire gauge


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wire gauge

1. An instrument for measuring the thickness of wire or sheet metal; usually consists of a steel plate having a series of notches, of standard opening sizes, around the edge.
2. One of several systems for specifying the diameter of a wire.
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Note that total gauge (d) and coverage (c) are related quantities for a given wire gauge (w):
Decrease the wire gauge size where there is a high volume of conductors in a given space
The heavier wire gauge has increased cross-sectional cable area, as well as decreased capacitance and lower differential skew, which allows high speed signals to pass with minimal jitter.
The advanced functionality of the 9286 Series wire-to-wire connector enables it to operate as a junction box as well as providing broad mix-and-match wire gauge capabilities to maximize field serviceability," said Tom Anderson, product manager for AVX.
The Mini-Fit Plus HMC is available in wire-to-wire and wire-to-board configurations and offered in three wire gauge sizes, 16 AWG, 18 to 20 AWG and 22 to 24 AWG.
When using extension cords to power appliances, only use heavy duty, outdoor rated power cords with an adequate wire gauge (rating).
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A convenient, color-coded stripe identifies the wire gauge size and helps guide the installer to the proper crimp position.
Designed for American Wire Gauge conductors, the new Shearbolt Connectors, QCI Series, meet the requirements of ANSI C119.