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  • Batt. Connect Cables  



    Battery Interconnect Cables (UL approved):-

    Battery-Jumper-Cables

    Battery interconnect (jumper) cables are used to build battery banks. They are connecting the batteries studs in series or parallel using color code for the cables.

     Cables with white ends are for negative battery parallel interconnection,

     Cables with black on both ends, are used for series battery interconnects,

     Cables with red and black ends, are used for series battery interconnects,

     Explanatory: The difference between AWG 4 and AWG 4/0 cables size:-

    Conform with the North American electrical standard battery cables are using following cable sections: AWG 2/0, AWG 4/0 and AWG 2 or AWG 4. If AWG 2 respective AWG 4 are more common, the AWG 2/0 and AWG 4/0 are old British denomination for cable section. The pronunciation is 2 aught or 4 aught for this cables.

    The real difference is in cable section "Circular Mil Area" and the ampacity they carry, respective the maximum burst current they support before the isolation starts to be affected. The fact is AWG 4/0 has a bigger core section compared to AWG 2/0 and can deal with a higher level of ampacity. At the same time for the common AWG numbers like AWG 4, compared to AWG 2, has a smaller section and can carry a lower ampacity level. It is quite opposite. To conclude, AWG 4/0 cables have a bigger section compared to AWG 2/0 cables, therefore they take more electrical load, up to 250 Amps. The AWG 2/0 cables can take up to 110A load.  This type of cables AWG 2/0 and AWG 4/0 are the most used in battery banks interconnect applications.

    AWG

    Diameter

     

    Turns of wire (no insulation) Area Copper
    resistance
    Copper wire ampacity
    with 75 °C
    insulation (A)
      (inch) (mm) (per in) (mm2) (Ω/km)(mΩ/m)  
    0000 (4/0) 0.4600 11.684 2.17 107 0.1608  230
    00 (2/0) 0.3648 9.266 2.74 67.4 0.2557  175
    2 0.2576 6.544 3.88 33.6 0.5127  115
    4 0.2043 5.189 4.89 21.2 0.8152  85

    Note: American Wire Gauge (AWG), also known as the Brown & Sharpe wire gauge, is a logarithmic stepped standardized wire gauge system used since 1857, predominantly in North America, for the diameters of round, solid, nonferrous, electrically conducting wire.


    The information posted herein has been compiled by Clean Energy Brands from OEM product data and reputable publications. All rights reserved!



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