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A length of conductive material used as a conductor of electricity.

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we all know the 26 AWG wires that come inside UTP cables. Those surely are flexible. But what a bout an AWG 15-16 such copper wire, is it flexible enough to use as feeding cable for the 12 V car lighter socket ? …
asked Nov 10 '17 by kellogs
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I cant seem to properly solder a stranded wire to that cathode terminal. Checked the answer https://electronics.stackexchange.com/a/90605/35737 - fluxing it did not help and solder does not adhere to …
asked Dec 5 '17 by kellogs
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Many of the cheaper lighter adapter plugs do not come with screws for connecting the wires to them, but rather with just the bare metallic contacts - to which I am supposed to do what, solder the plus …
asked Oct 19 '17 by kellogs
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I'd like to connect two different AWG wires, sizes 18 and 24. Preferably made specifically for outdoors underground usage. More to the facts, the 24 AWG is part of a 8-wire CAT 5E cable that I need … too tuck into some irrigation valve connectors which is not supposed to be taking in the valve's thick wire and the thin 24 AWG wire together. This is what I am currently doing and I am having only trouble. What sort of adapters should I be looking for ? …
asked Mar 28 '17 by kellogs