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Old 09-24-2007, 06:40 AM   #1
 
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ive this boss who sends me away every day with a new task to lern something new he has now asked me to find all the different combinations for all cable sizes for example for a 2.5mm cable one such combination is 50/0.25 if you could please add some input into what stranding sizes for any cable you ma be aware of it would really mean alot........


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Cable size is in the N.E.C. code book,number of strands each conductor so inspector can check if cable got a haircut.
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Table 8 Chapter 9
I believe I posted this on another topic you asked about.

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