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BNTECHGO 30 Gauge Silicone Wire Spool Red 250 feet Ultra Flexible High Temp 200 deg C 600V 30 AWG Silicone Rubber Wire 11 Strands of Tinned Copper Wire Stranded Wire for Model Battery Low Impedance

1.High Quality Ultra Flexible Soft Silicone Rubber Copper Wire!Super Low Impedance,Highly Efficient!
.High strand count copper core,30 AWG silicone stranded wire has 11 strands 0.08 mm tinned copper wire,the copper strands are tinned,protecting them from corrosion and making it easier to solder.
3.They are constructed with premium silicone rubber insulation.High temperature resistance 00 degree C,Low temperature resistance,in extreme cold -0 degree C.Rated Voltage: 00 volts.Outside diameter 0.8 mm,tolerance +/- 0.1 mm.
.30 gauge silicone wire spool: Red total 50 feet.
5. silicone wire are widely used for model planes,model cars,model ships,batteries,lamps,household appliances,electric heating appliances,meters,instruments,motor lead wire and digital fields.
Also available the right gauge wire from thin 30 AWG to heavy duty 8 AWG silicone wire.8 AWG and 10 AWG available red and black;1 AWG and 1 AWG available 7 colors(Red,Black,Blue,Yellow,Green,White and Gray);1 AWG to 30 AWG available 11 colors(Red,Black,Blue,Yellow,Green,White,Brown,Gray,Purple,Orange and Pink).






wednesday, november 24, 2021

leonardo dicaprio won best actor at the 88th academy awards. (credit: a.m.p.a.s.)
 


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a new study led by sdsu researchers finds that leonardo dicaprio’s academy awards acceptance speech corresponded with record levels of public engagement with climate change.
by sdsu newscenter staff