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Old 16th August 2006, 03:25 AM   #1
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Anyone no the maximum AWG wire rating that will fit into the Peter daniels boards?

I'm not up on all these american standards.

P.S. not worried about power board, just amp board.

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The amp's board will accept wire up to 1.5mm in dia or 17AWG.
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Cheers, I will order .75mm at 6amp. This should be fine, and there will no worries about fit.

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Old 7th December 2011, 03:11 AM   #4
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The amp's board will accept wire up to 1.5mm in dia or 17AWG.
Hi Peter,

I have a set of circular connector of dc power supply which contact size is total 8pins, 24awg/each pin. I am finding some wire for DC power supply. What is the least diameter and material of it will be better for LM4780?

P.S. I will setup parallel LM4780 for 60W/ch with 25vx2, 300VA, mono power input.

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Doesn't really matter how thick or thin the connecting wire is, quality counts. Keep the layout tight and wire lengths to connectors as short as possible. Avoid a rat's nest of long wires. The minimal design benefits from this.
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Old 7th December 2011, 08:23 AM   #6
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Doesn't really matter how thick or thin the connecting wire is, quality counts. Keep the layout tight and wire lengths to connectors as short as possible. Avoid a rat's nest of long wires. The minimal design benefits from this.

Thanks. One more question that my circular connector is only for 2A. Is it enough for working electrical current?
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