|Abbrivation for American Wire Guage.
|Designation for appliance wiring materials.
|Electric current that continually reverses its direction. It is expressed in cycles per second (hertz of Hz).
|The Temperature of a medium (gas or liquid) surrounding the object.
|American Wire Guage (AWG)
|A Standard system for designating wire diameter. Also referred to as the Brown and Sharpe(B&S) wire guage
|(See Current Carrying Capacity)
|The Unit of current. One ampere is the current flowing through one ohm of resistance at one volt potential.
|Relief of mechanical stress through heat and gradual cooling. Annealing copper renders it less brittle.
|The range of frequencies audible to the human ear. Usually 20- 20,000 Hz.
|A commonly used industry term for partial surge protection, usually a single MOV protecting line-to-neutral (see Full Protection).
|A fibrous or metallic group of filaments interwoven in cylindrical form to form a covering over one or more wires.
|The Voltage at which the insulation Voltage between conductors breaks down.
|A Group of wires of the same diameter twisted together without a predetermined.