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'[EE]:: AWG table - better than average - Wire Gaug'
2020\09\30@213005 by RussellMc

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AWG Table:

Includes:

AWG gaugeConductor
Diameter InchesConductor
Diameter mm
Conductor cross section in mm2
Ohms per 1000 ft.
Ohms per km
Maximum amps for chassis wiring
Maximum amps for power transmission
Maximum frequency for 100% skin depth for solid conductor copper
Breaking force Soft Annealed Cu 37000 PS
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2020\09\30@223359 by Foster Brashear

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Didn’t see the link.  Is it in tech ref?


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'[EE]:: AWG table - better than average - Wire Gaug'
2020\10\01@004054 by madscientistatlarge n/a
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I don't see a link, looks like something good to have.


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On Wednesday, September 30, 2020 7:29 PM, RussellMc <.....apptechnzKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com> wrote:

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2020\10\01@015315 by Sean Breheny

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I believe it is this page:

https://www.powerstream.com/Wire_Size.htm

It's useful - just bear in mind that the max amps columns are not from any
regulatory source as far as I know - they are just using someone's rule of
thumb. Fine for amateur work but check other sources if you need to pass
UL, NFPA, IEC, VDE, etc. I was actually "bitten" by this about 12 years
ago. I used this table to size cable to carry 115 amps DC and ended up
having to do extra testing to satisfy regulatory requirements because
technically I had chosen inadequately-sized cable according to NFPA
guidelines.

Sean


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2020\10\01@062231 by Alan Pearce

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They have a fair few useful looking links under the 'technical
resources' page as well (one of them being the wire gauge link above).

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