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Old 04-18-2011, 03:40 PM   #14 (permalink)
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As a career electrician, please explain more about this "current leakage" learning.
10-8AWG wire will carry your 30-35A more than sufficiently.
The insulations value handles leakage or short value. THHN (regular house wire) is good for 600V. Even car wiring is good for 300V.

Are you running pulses in the KV range ?

I can't understand why my MPG's are so low..........
21,000lb, 41' Toy Haulers are rough on FE!
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