Ancor Marine Grade Electrical Flat Tinned Ribbon Boat 2-Cable Wiring
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A tin and a label are included.
What you are asking is unclear to me. Are you trying to determine what size you should order or were you confused by the gauge size listed in the item description. When it comes to first, the wire is 16ga, when it comes to second, it depends on the amount of current you will be drawing. You can look up the correct gauge after you have determined how many amps you are running. I hope you find it helpful.
Selected User Reviews For Ancor Marine Grade Electrical Flat Tinned Ribbon Boat 2-Cable Wiring
I ordered two-foot Ancor metal wire. The cable has a diameter of 16 gauge and is red and black in color. A picture of what it looks like (which was the one displayed by Amazon when I bought the stuff) is shown in the first image it has Ancor's name printed on it, and the wire ends are silvery because they're soldered. The surface is coated (. In British English, this is The yarn that arrived was indeed wound on a spool with Ancor's logo on it, and it was red in color A flat cable with a black and red color scheme, but it wasn't Ancor (there wasn't any printing) or tinned, and on the surface, it felt like it could have been SAE 16 gauge, rather than thicker 16 gauge AWG. Despite that, I did not measure the weight. The return was a success. It's great to have my replacement spool in the mail today. The same thing happens every time. I have attached some photos. Today's spool, which appears as Ancor, is tinned, as can be seen in the photos As well as the wire, bare copper is shown. It is extremely wrong of someone to substitute an inferior product with packaging from Ancor and ship it. There must be some truth in the old saying The chances are it is fake if it sounds too good to be true. Other people should be warned The spool I sent back contains two bad spools of this wire (the one I sent back. In a few moments I will return that one). As a matter of personal preference, I'd stay away from this situation.
It is not even close to what is advertised and shown in the The product does not meet the advertised quality despite being sold for $48 plus shipping The issue that previous 1 star reviewer had is exactly the same as mine. If I cannot pass marine inspection with Ancor branded and marked cable that conforms to ABYC marine industry standards, I cannot pass. Neither this wire is tinned nor is it marked with an ANCOR mark on the wire insulation. Finally, it is NOT 16 AWG. I DO NOT recommend purchasing this product. Despite not being marked as ANCOR brand Marine grade ABYC wire, the seller is trying to earn $50 from the use of unmarked speaker wire, which, as evidenced in the product photo, is represented as ANCOR brand speaker wire. There is a dirty spool of wire that has the label Ancor 100 feet on the spool. However, the spool is only halfway filled and the insulation has no markings at all, thus I am not getting this product. I must return it as it is a complete waste of time and money.
The wire seems to be different, and there's no label on it. Amazon seems to be the Wild Wild West for fraudulent products lately.
For my boat, I used it to wire the LED lighting. I really like it.
The wire that I bought was a 16 gauge hook up extension that I needed. It should be a 1 gauge wire for a 16 gauge wire. The equivalent size is 5 mm. There are two 1mm printouts on the insulation on the wire I received. There were supposed to be two of each. A 5 mm round. As I am trying to complete a project with 1 mm wire, it will be useless.
Ancor wire is the best marine wire on the market
To wire leds, just the right amount of wire.
I liked the quality, but the length wasn't as long as I would have liked. The experience is still worthwhile.