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Question by John Traynor
Submitted on 9/15/2003
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I need to replace some wiring (which was eaten by critters) and can't find anything like it in stores.  It has the following markings:  E203895 VW-1 105◦C 600V 22AWG
D-T-F CSA AWM 1-A 202787 FT1 FT2
What does all of that mean and where can I order some (black & White)


Answer by John
Submitted on 10/16/2003
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well it means (partially) that its temperature-rated to 105 degress celcius, is 22 gauge wire, is rated to 600 volts, and approved by the CSA (canadian standards association). best bet for finding more would be somewhere *other than* home depot or whatever, they are useless. go to an electronics specialty store (lighting places should be able to steer you in the right direction, if nothing else). best i can do.

 

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