Download Chart of AWG sizes in metric. Gauge Number vs Wire size Table

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America Wire Gauge [AWG], Bare copper wire, Ampacity, Fusing, Brown and Sharpe (B&S), Electrical Wire Sizing, Cable, Wiring, Heating, Electrical Code, Length, NEC, National Electrical Code. The table below lists the America Wire Gauge [AWG] using the metric system.
American Wire Gage, Awg, Bare Copper Wire, Ampacity, Fusing, Brown And Sharpe (B&Amp;S), Electrical Wire Sizing, Cable, Wiring, Heating, Electrical Code, Length, Nec, National Electrical Code.
The AWG [Brown and Sharp gauges]
table shows metric units;
Wire Diameter [millimeters],
Area [square mm],
Weight per/meter [Kilograms]
Weight per/Ohm [Kg],
Length [meters per Kilogram],
Length [Kilogram per ohm],
Resistance [ohms per Kilogram],
Resistance [ohms per meter],
Technical Keywords: American Wire Gage, AWG, Bare copper wire, Ampacity, Fusing, Brown and Sharpe (B&S), Electrical Wire Sizing, Cable, Wiring, Heating, Electrical Code, Length, NEC, National Electrical Code.

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8 thoughts on “Download Chart of AWG sizes in metric. Gauge Number vs Wire size Table”

  1. Your amperage chart is wrong …at least in the US 14 is put on a 15amp breaker, 12 is put on a 20amp breaker, luckily we don’t sell off the shelf 25amp breakers. Remember the average Joe…is reading these articles. Again, 14gauge does not belong on a 20/amp breaker.

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    • It’s using 220V rather than 110V, which, can have more amperage when the voltage is higher. (You don’t need a lot of current when you have a lot of pressure)

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      • Maybe you meant “… which, can have more POWER when the voltage is higher. (You don’t need a lot of current when you have a lot of pressure)”.

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