- Length: 25 Feet Each
- Insulation: PVC (0.016" Thick)
- Type: UL1007 Stranded Wire (7/28)
- Color: Black, Blue, Green, Red, White & Yellow
- Voltage Rating: 300 Volts
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Remington Industries 20UL1007STRKIT UL1007 20 AWG Gauge Stranded Hook-Up Wire Kit, 300V, 0.0320" Diameter, 25' Length
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||Remington Industries|
|Material||Tinned Copper Wire|
|Number of Items||1|
|Upper Temperature Rating||105.00|
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Hook up wire is used in a variety of general-purpose electrical applications. Stranded copper wire provides good electrical connectivity while PVC insulation protects the wire against abrasion, chemicals, oils, and solvents. The wire conforms to UL and MIL-spec specifications, and provides excellent uniformity for easy processing, stripping, and terminating. Kit includes Black, Blue, Green, Red, White, & Yellow.
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Some people have complained about not having a dowel. Personally I have not found this to be an issue as all you have to do is tape the box shut and use clips to keep the wire from retreating back into the box. I use alligator clips but you can use whatever you like, clothes pins or even a Barrett.
Overall good quality and good price.
Flexible, easy to work with.
The box could be smaller to hold the spools in the correct position, the spools will flip on end, causing wire to twist.
I know, I could run a dowel thru the spools, but I'm not.
The holes for the wire are too large, causing the wires, to retract into box.
To prevent that, I used a small drill bit and made new holes smaller than the wire.
No, I didn't fire up the drill press, it's cardboard. Just push thru by hand.
I only needed a single wire to run from my truck's tail light, underneath the truck, into the cab and into the car stereo to trigger the backup camera.
But I figured I'd get this box of wires while I was at it so I would have them on hand in the future.
They did the trick.