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Old 10th January 2012, 08:43 PM   #21
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thanks for all the replies.
any recommendations on
what cable to use?

ps.i have an idea.
i have some belden 19364.
do you guys think it would be good?
it`s already twisted and screened.
Yes, quite good, unless it's high voltage.
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it`s rated 300v but i don`t see why high voltage should be a problem.
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it`s rated 300v but i don`t see why high voltage should be a problem.
Why do you think they rate for voltage? High voltage breaks down some insulators, like the pvc used in 19364.
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Why do you think they rate for voltage? High voltage breaks down some insulators, like the pvc used in 19364.
ohh you mean when the voltage is higher than the cable can take.
i thought the opposite.
no problem there since i will use it at 90volt.
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