In order to understand hook up wire, you must first understand the purpose of conductors. A wire or cables conductor is the piece that conducts electricity and is the main part for transferring power.
Each wire and cable has a unique conductor and conductor sizing (Gauge, AWG). A hook-up wire can be distinguished from all other types of cabling categories as it is a ‘lead wire’. A hook-up lead wire is defined as “a wire that is a coated copper wire, a tinned copper wire or another electrically conductive wire used to connect two locations electrically” (Wikipedia). The hook-up wire is always created with a single conductor, unlike other products that consist of multiple conductors (Multi-Conductor Cables).
Different Types of Hook-Up Wires
Sycor Technology consistently stocks PTFE hook-up wire, Mil-Spec hook-up wire, Cross-Linked hook-up wire, High-temperature hook-up wire and CSA/UL rated hook-up wires. Although each of these categories products is very similar in construction, each category has specific applications each excels in.
Hook-Up Wire Applications
Hook-up lead wires are general purpose cables that are typically used in applications involving computers, electronic equipment, appliances, control panels, ovens, automobiles and many more general-purpose applications.
Hook-Up wire Material Types
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