The Standard Wire Gauge (SWG) series commonly used in Great Britain were given in BS 3737: 1964. The standard is now withdrawn. The basis of the system is the mil, or 0.001 inches.
Electrical units, amps and electrical wiring, wire gauge and AWG, electrical formulas and motors.
Maximum current (amps) in a 12V electrical circuit vs. size (AWG) and length of wire.
American Wire Gauge (AWG) vs. cross sectional area converter.
AWG vs. diameter mil, circular mil, diameter in mm and area in mm2.
Used to determine wall thickness of pipe - in gauge and decimal parts of inch.
The circular mil area (CM) unit denotes the cross-sectional size of a wire or a cable.
Gauge, weight, circular mils and electrical resistance in copper wire.
Electric resistance in wire made of Copper, Aluminum, Brass, Constantan, Nichrome, Platinum, Silver or Tungsten.
Electric resistance vs. temperature rise for Nickel-Chromium electrical heater wire.
Gauge and weight chart for sheet steel, galvanized steel, stainless steel, aluminum and strip & tubing.
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