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Re: Hmmm, I'm a little lost here.

>From what I have found 24 awg is from 700-800 ft/lb. www.mouser-dot-com tells
you how many ft on a 1 lb. spool. unfortunately they only sell 1 and 8 lb
spools. try a local motor repair shop for wire.

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Sent: Tuesday, October 03, 2000 7:12 PM
Subject: Hmmm, I'm a little lost here.

> Original poster: "Garry Freemyer" <Garry-at-NDFC-dot-com>
> I got a difficulty here. I need enough wire to wind around a 6" form to
> create a wound area 30" high and the guage can be anything between #22 and
> #28 and I need it in feet or pounds.
> I called Beldenwire and they said the had max 1000 feet rolls of #28 guage
> wire which is about a pound of wire.
> They said they have a two pound spool of #24 guage wire that is about 1000
> feet.
> So they are saying the maximum feet length of wire they sell is 1000 feet.
> This is hard to believe since I've seen 10 pound spools with the name
> on it.
> Do you think that this 1000 feet of #24 guage wire would be enough for
> size secondary?

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