14A 21A 30A 12v Automotive Cable 1m-100m Auto Wiring Loom Marine 1 1.5 2.5mm Amp

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller ccs-uk (39,584) 99.9%, Location: Sheffield, Ships to: GB, Item: 251737702046 HIGH PERFORMANCE Single Core - Multi Strand wiring cable for use in most electrical applications including: Automotive Marine Motors and many others requiring superior PERFORMANCE. Good resistance to temperature, petrol, diesel, lubricating oils and diluted acids. Application - Automotive / Marine / Appliance / General Standard Hi-Performance PVC Insulation Compatible Voltage - 6v 12v 24v 48v 60v Conductor Material Copper Class 5 BS EN 60228:2005 Insulation - Good Resistance to: Petrol, Diesel, Oils and Diluted Acids Cables can be terminated with Red Terminal Crimps (0.5mm -1.5mm 20 - 16 AWG) Blue Terminal Crimps (1.5mm - 2.5mm 16 - 14 AWG)) Yellow terminal Crimps (4.0mm - 6.0mm 12 - 10 AWG) Do not confuse this cable with automotive thin wall cable, this also cable has high impact resistant standard size insulation. Standard size insulation is 0.5mm thicker than thinwall cable. Our cables are NOT copper coated aluminium or unbranded imports, we do not sell non-certified cables. If you are using the eBay App to send a message Please do so in the contact seller section before or after payment. . CSA Amps Watts Strands AWG Cross Max Power Number / American Sectional Cont. Rating Strand Wire Area (mm²) (A) 12 DC (W) Size (mm) Gauge 0.5mm 11A 132W 16/0.2 22 AWG 0.75mm 14A 168W 24/0.2 20 AWG 1.0mm 17A 204W 32/0.2 18 AWG 1.5mm 21A 262W 30/0.25 16 AWG 2.5mm 30A 360W 50/0.25 14 AWG 4.0mm 41A 492W 56/0.3 12 AWG 6.0mm 53A 636W 84/0.3 10 AWG 10.mm 75A 900W 80/0.4 8 AWG CSA Outside Copper Insulation Weight Colours Cross Diameter Diameter Radial Per Available Sectional Inc. Insulation Ex. Insulation Thickness Metre See Key Area (mm²) (mm) (mm) (mm) (g) Below 0.5mm 2.3mm 0.8mm 0.8mm 12g Rd, Bk, Bl, Br, Gn. GY, Gr, Or, Pi, Vi, Wh, Ye 0.75mm 2.83mm 1.2mm 0.8mm 14g 1.0mm 3.0mm 1.4mm 0.8mm 17g 1.5mm 3.3mm 1.7mm 0.8mm 21g 2.5mm 3.8mm 2.0mm 0.8mm 30g 4.0mm 4.4mm 2.8mm 0.8mm 49g Rd, Bk, Bl, Br, G/Y, Gr 6.0mm 4.9mm 3.3mm 0.8mm 70g 10.mm 6.5mm 4.0mm 0.8mm 125g Colour Key - Rd -Red, Bk - Black, Bl - Blue, Br - Brown, Gr - Green. GY - Green/Yellow, Gr- Grey, Pi - Pink Or- Orange, Vi - Violet, Wh - White, Ye - Yellow Terminology Cable Size or Gauge In Europe cable is measured CSA or Cross Sectional Area in Millimetres Squared. AWG or American Wire Gauge is still used as a comparison. This is not the diameter but the area of the cross section (i.e looking directly at a cut section of the conductor circle (if round) and measured in mm2. The measurement is of the copper only. The insulation is not a part of the calculation of CSA or Cable gauge. Cores and Conductor The core of the cable or conductor can be made of a solid, standard or finely stranded wires. This is called the core or conductor. Cable or Core sizes are measured by the total CSA of conductor or strands. The most commonly seen cable sizes are usually seen by Number of cores Number of strands per core CSA of the individual strand Eg. A Single Core 2.5mm 50/0.25 cable would equate to a single core or conductor containing 50 strands of wire, each strand measuring 0.25mm squared. The total CSA or area is 2.5mm squared. This size cable is equivalent to a 14 AWG American Wire Gauge Cable. Insulation The jacket of the cable or individual cores is an important factor when determining your application. Insulation can widely differ; some may look the same but contain different materials than will affect the performance and conductivity. It is best to search for your application keyword i.e automotive, appliance etc and then look for the cable specifics to confirm it meets your requirements. ISO or British Standards also reinforce the cable specification. Some standards refer to the conductor and others to the insulation. Insulation can come in a variety of colours and quality. Most importantly the insulation specification is directly relevant to the capacity and performance. The same conductor size may well carry different currents because of the insulation properties associated with the cable. A good example is Automotive Thin Wall Cable. The very name refers to the insulation being thin. In the 1990s the automotive industry incorporated this type of cable into modern vehicle wiring looms. The insulation is a high grade hard PVC. Most cables only have a 0.3mm insulation thickness and together with a tough hard PVC insulation. This makes them hard wearing and they can easily be bundled together and the thinness makes them both lighter in weight and thinner in volume. Standard automotive cable is still widely used in aftermarket fitments and the rewiring of older looms. This is generally 0.8mm in thickness. DERATING YOUR CABLE Derating is the operation of a device at less than its rated maximum capability in order to prolong its life. Typical examples include operation below the maximum power rating, current rating, or voltage rating. When electricity is passed through a cable, heat is produced. The insulation absorbs the heat. Maximum continuous power of a cable in a specification refers to in being at sea level in free ambient air. When you cover, bundle or duct a cable you must de-rate it. If you plan to use the cable at the upper end of the maximum continuous power this is a very important consideration to make. The cables will get hot and melt if you do not. This includes running a group of cables together at the upper end of the maximum power rating. The derating factor is a complex calculation and depends on the individual application and the material that come into contact with the cable. Measuring Cable Electricity is measured in terms of amperage, voltage, and wattage. Amperage (amps for short) is a measure of the AMOUNT of electricity used. Voltage (volts) measures the pressure, or FORCE, of electricity. The amps multiplied by volts gives you the wattage (watts), a measure of the WORK that electricity does per second. Think of it this way: Electricity flowing through a wire is like water flowing through a garden hose. The amount of water that can fit through the hose depends on the diameter of the hose (amps). The pressure of the water depends on how far open the tap is (volts). The amount of work that can be done (watts) depends on both the amount and the pressure of the water (volts x amps=watts). CCS UK 14A 21A 30A 12v Automotive Cable 1m-100m Auto Wiring Loom Marine 1 1.5 2.5mm Amp HIGH PERFORMANCE Single Core - Multi Strand wiring cable for use in most electrical applications including: Automotive Marine Motors and many others requiring superior PERFORMANCE. Good resistance to temperature, petrol, diesel, lubricating oils and diluted acids. Application - Automotive / Marine / Appliance / General Standard Hi-Performance PVC Insulation Compatible Voltage - 6v 12v 24v 48v 60v Conductor Material Copper Class 5 BS EN 60228:2005 Insulation - Good Resistance to: Petrol, Diesel, Oils and Diluted Acids Cables can be terminated with Red Terminal Crimps (0.5mm -1.5mm 20 - 16 AWG) Blue Terminal Crimps (1.5mm - 2.5mm 16 - 14 AWG)) Yellow terminal Crimps (4.0mm - 6.0mm 12 - 10 AWG) Do not confuse this cable with automotive thin wall cable, this also cable has high impact resistant standard size insulation. Standard size insulation is 0.5mm thicker than thinwall cable. Our cables are NOT copper coated aluminium or unbranded imports, we do not sell non-certified cables. If you are using the eBay App to send a message Please do so in the contact seller section before or after payment. . CSA Amps Watts Strands AWG Cross Max Power Number / American Sectional Cont. Rating Strand Wire Area (mm²) (A) 12 DC (W) Size (mm) Gauge 0.5mm 11A 132W 16/0.2 22 AWG 0.75mm 14A 168W 24/0.2 20 AWG 1.0mm 17A 204W 32/0.2 18 AWG 1.5mm 21A 262W 30/0.25 16 AWG 2.5mm 30A 360W 50/0.25 14 AWG 4.0mm 41A 492W 56/0.3 12 AWG 6.0mm 53A 636W 84/0.3 10 AWG 10.mm 75A 900W 80/0.4 8 AWG CSA Outside Copper Insulation Weight Colours Cross Diameter Diameter Radial Per Available Sectional Inc. Insulation Ex. Insulation Thickness Metre See Key Area (mm²) (mm) (mm) (mm) (g) Below 0.5mm 2.3mm 0.8mm 0.8mm 12g Rd, Bk, Bl, Br, Gn. GY, Gr, Or, Pi, Vi, Wh, Ye 0.75mm 2.83mm 1.2mm 0.8mm 14g 1.0mm 3.0mm 1.4mm 0.8mm 17g 1.5mm 3.3mm 1.7mm 0.8mm 21g 2.5mm 3.8mm 2.0mm 0.8mm 30g 4.0mm 4.4mm 2.8mm 0.8mm 49g Rd, Bk, Bl, Br, G/Y, Gr 6.0mm 4.9mm 3.3mm 0.8mm 70g 10.mm 6.5mm 4.0mm 0.8mm 125g Colour Key - Rd -Red, Bk - Black, Bl - Blue, Br - Brown, Gr - Green. GY - Green/Yellow, Gr- Grey, Pi - Pink Or- Orange, Vi - Violet, Wh - White, Ye - Yellow Terminology Cable Size or Gauge In Europe cable is measured CSA or Cross Sectional Area in Millimetres Squared. AWG or American Wire Gauge is still used as a comparison. This is not the diameter but the area of the cross section (i.e looking directly at a cut section of the conductor circle (if round) and measured in mm2. The measurement is of the copper only. The insulation is not a part of the calculation of CSA or Cable gauge. Cores and Conductor The core of the cable or conductor can be made of a solid, standard or finely stranded wires. This is called the core or conductor. Cable or Core sizes are measured by the total CSA of conductor or strands. The most commonly seen cable sizes are usually seen by Number of cores Number of strands per core CSA of the individual strand Eg. A Single Core 2.5mm 50/0.25 cable would equate to a single core or conductor containing 50 strands of wire, each strand measuring 0.25mm squared. The total CSA or area is 2.5mm squared. This size cable is equivalent to a 14 AWG American Wire Gauge Cable. Insulation The jacket of the cable or individual cores is an important factor when determining your application. Insulation can widely differ; some may look the same but contain different materials than will affect the performance and conductivity. It is best to search for your application keyword i.e automotive, appliance etc and then look for the cable specifics to confirm it meets your requirements. ISO or British Standards also reinforce the cable specification. Some standards refer to the conductor and others to the insulation. Insulation can come in a variety of colours and quality. Most importantly the insulation specification is directly relevant to the capacity and performance. The same conductor size may well carry different currents because of the insulation properties associated with the cable. A good example is Automotive Thin Wall Cable. The very name refers to the insulation being thin. In the 1990s the automotive industry incorporated this type of cable into modern vehicle wiring looms. The insulation is a high grade hard PVC. Most cables only have a 0.3mm insulation thickness and together with a tough hard PVC insulation. This makes them hard wearing and they can easily be bundled together and the thinness makes them both lighter in weight and thinner in volume. Standard automotive cable is still widely used in aftermarket fitments and the rewiring of older looms. This is generally 0.8mm in thickness. DERATING YOUR CABLE Derating is the operation of a device at less than its rated maximum capability in order to prolong its life. Typical examples include operation below the maximum power rating, current rating, or voltage rating. When electricity is passed through a cable, heat is produced. The insulation absorbs the heat. Maximum continuous power of a cable in a specification refers to in being at sea level in free ambient air. When you cover, bundle or duct a cable you must de-rate it. If you plan to use the cable at the upper end of the maximum continuous power this is a very important consideration to make. The cables will get hot and melt if you do not. This includes running a group of cables together at the upper end of the maximum power rating. The derating factor is a complex calculation and depends on the individual application and the material that come into contact with the cable. Measuring Cable Electricity is measured in terms of amperage, voltage, and wattage. Amperage (amps for short) is a measure of the AMOUNT of electricity used. Voltage (volts) measures the pressure, or FORCE, of electricity. The amps multiplied by volts gives you the wattage (watts), a measure of the WORK that electricity does per second. Think of it this way: Electricity flowing through a wire is like water flowing through a garden hose. The amount of water that can fit through the hose depends on the diameter of the hose (amps). The pressure of the water depends on how far open the tap is (volts). The amount of work that can be done (watts) depends on both the amount and the pressure of the water (volts x amps=watts). We only accept PayPal on eBay, this means you can rest assured your order will be with you ASAP after your purchase. For your security we only despatch your order to the address you provide us via PayPal. As soon as you pay, eBay & PayPal will email you to let you know it's been received and as soon as we've shipped your order, we'll let you know by email that it has been despatched and the tracking number if applicable. 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"" ( ) "" ( ) "" ( ) "" ( ) "" ( ) 4.1 9073 3688 ccs-uk 251737702046 11-09-2018 09:33:11 11-09-2018 09:33:11 Condition: New, Weight per metre (g): 1mm² - 17g / 1.5mm² - 21g / 2.5mm² - 31g, Certification Standard: BS6231 - UL - CSA - H072V-K, Insulation Colours Available: 12 - See Description, Nominal Rating at 12 Volts: 1.0mm 14A 168W / 1.5mm 21A 252W / 2.5mm 30A 360W, Insulation-Good Resistance to: Petrol, Diesel, Oils and Diluted Acids, Cross Sectional Area (CSA): 1mm² 18 AWG / 1.5mm 16 AWG / 2.5mm 14 AWG, Insulation Radial Thickness: 0.8mm, Compatible Voltage: 6v / 12v / 24v / 48v/ 60v, Application: Automotive / Marine / Appliance / General, MPN: Does Not Apply, Conductor Material: Copper (Class 5) BS EN 60228:2005, Brand: CCSL®, Min Max Operating Temperature: -40°c to +90°c (Max Peak +105°c), Outside Dia (inc Insulation): 1mm²-3.00mm / 1.5mm²-3.30mm / 2.5mm²-3.70mm

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