[Bglug] DC Current and Wire Size
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Sat Dec 5 11:37:41 EST 2015
On 5 December 2015 at 11:32, Peter <pjr at bmts.com> wrote:
> There was a brief talk about running DC 12V LED lamps and the required
> wire size.
> 1) Remember that for DC, the wire length is from source to device AND BACK
> TO SOURCE.
> 2) There will be many sources on the Internet on this. From my copy of
> Nigel Calder's Boat Owner's Mechanical and Electrical Manual, pages 90 and
> for a 10% voltage drop on a 5 ampere load
> Wire size Length in feet from source to device and back to source
> 18 10
> 16 40
> 14 60
> 12 90
> 10 140
> 3) From my limited experience with wiring, I take my estimated wire length
> required to run the wire and then double it to allow for all those bends
> and up walls and down walls. And for DC, possibly double it again for the
> return leg.
> Peter Richards
> Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not
> sure about the the universe. - Albert Einstein
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