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Rated Voltage:

Nominal Outer Diameter:

Operating Temperature:

Wire Insulation:

Wire Conductor:

North American (AWG):

AWG

AWG 2/0, 3/0, 4/0 or Larger?

International (mm2):

Stranded?

Approvals:

Help with Hookup Wires specifications:

Wire Performance
   Rated Voltage       This is the recommended voltage for the hook-up wire. 
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   Nominal Outer Diameter       This is the diameter of the cable or wire, including the insulation and jacket. 
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   Operating Temperature       This is the recommended temperature range for the hook-up wire. 
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Wire Construction
   Wire Insulation:      Insulation materials have a high resistance to the flow of electric current in order to prevent the leakage of current from a conductor.
   Your choices are...         
   Ethylene Propylene Diene Elastomer (EPDM)       Ethylene propylene diene elastomer (EPDM) is a chemically cross-linked elastomer with excellent flexibility at both high and low temperatures (- 55° C to 150° C). 
   Neoprene       Neoprene is a synthetic rubber with good resistance to oil, chemicals, and flames. Neoprene is also called polychloroprene. 
   Polyethylene (PE)       Polyethylene (PE) is a thermoplastic material with excellent electrical properties and a stable dielectric constant over all frequencies. It is stiff to very hard and provides excellent moisture resistance. 
   Polypropylene       Polypropylene is a thermoplastic material similar to polyethylene, but somewhat stiffer and with a higher softening point (temperature). 
   Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)       Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a general-purpose thermoplastic used for wire and cable insulation. PVC offers high flexibility and is often used in nonplenum wire insulation and cable jackets. Modified PVC may be found in the jacketing of some plenum-rated cables. 
   Silicon Rubber       Silicon rubber has excellent flexibility at low temperatures; however, it has poor mechanical toughness and fluid resistance. 
   Teflon®       Teflon®, a registered trademark of the DuPont Company, is used widely in wire and cable jacketing. It is inert to most chemicals and extremely slippery. 
   Tefzel®       Tefzel® is a fluorocopolymer thermoplastic material with excellent electrical properties, heat resistance, chemical resistance, and toughness. Tefzel is a registered trademark of the DuPont company. 
   Other       Other unlisted wire insulation types. 
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   Wire Conductor:      Wire conductor materials are suitable for carrying electric current. Conductors consist of a single wire or a combination of wires that are not insulated from one another.
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   Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys       Aluminum is a metal characterized by high resistance to corrosion, good electrical and thermal conductivity, and a density which is about one-third or less that of steel, copper, or nickel. Aluminum can be used as a power conductor, or for wire and cable shielding. 
   Aluminum Clad Steel       Wires have a steel core to which an outer shell of aluminum is fused. 
   Copper Clad Steel       Wires have a steel core to which an outer shell of copper is fused. 
   Copper and Copper Alloys       On a volume basis, copper has the conductivity of the common (non-precious) metals. Copper and copper alloys offer excellent corrosion resistance, high thermal conductivity, and ease of fabricating, joining and forming. The strength-to-weight ratio of copper is relatively low. It loses strength at elevated temperatures. Copper is the most widely used electrical conductor in wires and cables. 
   Other       Other unlisted wire conductors.  
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Conductor Size In North America, wire area is given by AWG. Outside North America, wire area is given by mm2.
   North American (AWG)       American wire gauge (AWG) is a U.S. standard for non-ferrous wire conductor sizes. Non-ferrous materials include copper and aluminum. The term "gauge" refers to the wire's diameter. The higher the gauge number, the smaller the diameter and the thinner the wire. Thicker wire carries more current because it has less electrical resistance over a given length. Typical household wiring is AWG 12 or 14. Telephone wire is usually AWG 22, 24, or 26.  
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   AWG 2/0, 3/0, 4/0 or Larger?       AWG 2/0, 3/0, and 4/0 are also referred to as 00, 000 and 0000, respectively. Sizes larger than 4/0 are measured in circular mils (CM) or thousand circular mils (MCM). 
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   International (mm2)       Outside of North America, wire conductor sizes are measured in square millimeters (mm2). 
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   Stranded?       Conductors are composed of one or more groups of wires. Typically, the wires in a stranded conductor are twisted or braided together. Stranding makes wires more flexible. 
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Approvals
           
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   CSA Mark (US, C and US, NRTL/C)       The CSA Mark may appear alone or with indicators. If it appears alone, it means that the product is certified for the Canadian market, to the applicable Canadian standards. If this Mark appears with the indicator "C and US" or "NRTL/C" it means that the product is certified for both the U.S. and Canadian markets, to the applicable U.S. and Canadian standards. 
   UL Listing Mark       This Mark, denotes that Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) has found that samples of the product met UL's safety requirements. These requirements are primarily based on UL's published Standards for Safety. 
   UL Recognized Component Mark (US and Canadian)       These Marks are used only on component parts that are part of a larger product or system. These components may have restrictions on their performance or may be incomplete in construction. Products intended for Canada carry the Recognized Component Mark "C." 
   Other       Other unlisted approvals. 
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