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Rana Abbas

10 mm single wears how much ampere

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10mm wears how much amper 

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you better explain as I've no idea what the question is!

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25 minutes ago, Murdoch said:

you better explain as I've no idea what the question is!

 

its how many of these Amper jackets can be worn by a bit of 10mm. id say 3

 

 http://www.skis.com/Karbon-Amper-Womens-Insulated-Ski-Jacket/463570P,default,pd.html

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Your question is extremely vague. There is different types of cable and different ways it can be installed. There is a list of tables on the link below.

 

https://www.cse-distributors.co.uk/cable/technical-tables-useful-info/

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5 hours ago, Rana Abbas said:

10mm wears how much amper 

 

What regulations / codes does your country use? All IEC and NEC countries have current carrying capacity tables in the published regulations / codes.

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5 hours ago, Rana Abbas said:

10mm wears how much amper 

 Iz ≥ In ≥ Ib 

 

simples

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ID: 7   Posted (edited)

Is there any need to be funny or awkward???? It is completely obvious what Rana means.... can any of you explain technical questions in a foreign language?? No, thought not.....

 

Hi Rana,

 

It all depends on the type of cable and where it is installed. You see, not all cables have the same type of insulation on them. some can stand higher temperatures than others, so we would need to know exactly what cable it was.

Secondly, it all depends on where the cable is installed. You will understand that a cable installed in a hot place and covered in thick insulation will not be able to safely carry as much current as a cable outside in fresh air clipped to a nice cool brick wall..

 

john..

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ID: 8   Posted

If he falls under NFPA-NEC codes the answer will be totally different to BS7671

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ID: 9   Posted

To be fair, I think he's gone never to return

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ID: 10   Posted

probably not. joined, posted, then never returned

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On ‎5‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 06:59, Rana Abbas said:

10mm wears how much amper 

 

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