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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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If the equipment wire gauges are removed from the surface and the information stored in memory devices is downloaded to a computer and used the values ?
The connectors provide reduced overall harness weight savings by allowing wire-harness customers to crimp and process smaller wire gauges versus traditional 0.
The connector's stamped and formed terminals are RoHS complaint and can crimp to wire gauges ranging from 0.
AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer of advanced passive components and interconnect solutions, has developed a comprehensive family of insulation displacement connectors (IDC) that support wire gauges ranging from 14AWG to 28AWG.
Wire gauges taped to the interior walls on all six levels of the 80 meter tower will remain there for three years to measure for any longitudinal deformation.
Different wire gauges can be connected within a single unit, and the BeCu contact system provides unparalleled long-term reliability.
Available in three different shell sizes and a variety of configurations, Amphenol's Submariner series features wire gauges from 10 AWG to 20 AWG, a maximum operating voltage of 600 V and operating temperatures ranging from -5aeC to 65aeC.
Different wire gauges can be connected together within a single unit, and the BeCu contact system provides unparalleled reliability.
The Amphe-EX series allow for small wire gauges (12 - 28 AWG) and requires less space for interconnects.