Electric wire specifications and uses

Electric wires are commonly used insulated wires for factory decoration, office decoration and engineering decoration, and are also commonly used for home decoration. Because of their good conductivity, low resistance, and stability and reliability during use, they are very popular among users.

Electric wires are widely used and can be used for various household appliances such as street lamp wires, fire protection wires, and home improvement wires, such as washing machines, electric water heaters, fixed sockets, central air conditioners, microwave ovens, etc.

Although wires can be used for many household appliances, not every specification can be used for these appliances. Some high-power household appliances should match wires with larger specifications, otherwise it is easy to cause short circuits or heat generation. Commonly used specifications include 1.5 square meters, 2.5 square meters, 4 square meters, 6 square meters, 10 square meters, and 16 square meters. Even larger ones include 25 square meters, 35 square meters, 50 square meters, 70 square meters, etc. Compared with these home decoration specifications, less.

Commonly used electric wire models include:

BVR: Copper core PVC insulated flexible wire, commonly known as flexible wire and secondary wire.

RVS: Copper core PVC insulated twisted wire for flexible connection, commonly known as twisted pair wire, flower wire, fire wire.

RVB/RVVB: Copper core PVC insulated unsheathed/sheathed flat flexible wire, commonly known as red and black wire, red and black (parallel) wire.

RV/BV: Copper core PVC insulated single-core soft/hard wire, commonly known as single-strand wire.

RYJ/BYJ: Copper core polyolefin insulated environmentally friendly soft/hard wires, commonly known as cross-linked polyethylene wires and environmentally friendly wires.

Specifications and uses of commonly used electric wires:

1. 1.5 square meters of wire is generally used for basic household lighting wires, which is the most basic. Some wire strips and some small household appliances can use 1.5 square meters of wire.

2. 2.5 square meters of building wire is relatively large, and most of them are copper wires now. Of course, the old wires may be aluminum wires. If they are new copper wires of 2.5 square meters, they can drive basically conventional household appliances, such as rice cookers and induction cookers. All types can be used.

3. 4 square meters of wires are obviously of a higher grade, such as air conditioners, electric water heaters, bathroom lighting heaters, etc. These are high-power electrical appliances that require 4 square meters of wires.

4. 6 square meters of wires are generally the wires that enter the home. For example, the outdoor distribution box in every home has 6 square meters of wires. This is the largest square wire.

The above is a brief introduction to household wires from Zhengzhou Jinshui Industrial Co., Ltd., as well as tips for selecting electric wire specifications. As a wire whose service life is equal to the life of the house, its quality and safety cannot be taken lightly. I hope the above content can help everyone when purchasing.

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