W - Wire

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the 1920 catalogue calls out B&S gauge. abbreviations signify: AWG = American Wire Gauge, B&S = Brown & Sharpe SWG = Imperial Standard Wire Gauge

  • W-1, #14 Ant. 7 strands of #22, 100-Lb. bare copper
  • W-2, #14 solid, bare copper
  • W-3, lamp cord, single conductor, #16, rubber with black cotton cover
  • W-4, lamp cord, #16,
  • W-5,
  • W-6, counterpoise, #16,
  • W-7, annunciator, double cotton,
  • W-8, lamp cord, 2-conductor, #16,
  • W-9, High Tension, 50.000 volts
  • W-10, lamp cord, 2-conductor, #10, red and black,
  • W-11, 2-conductor, #12, black and red
  • W-12
  • W-13
  • W-14
  • W-15, lamp cord, 2-conductor, #20, black and red.
  • W-16, #24 bare coper
  • W-17, #12, stranded, rubber 600 volts
  • W-18, 3-conductor cable, #14, red white and black,
  • W-19, antenna, #14 stranded, bare, Phosphor-bronze
  • W-20, 7 strands of #30, ruber, white silk braided
  • W-21
  • W-22
  • W-23
  • W-24 bare braided antenna.
  • W-25
  • W-26, high tension, 20.000 volts
  • W-27, antenna,
  • W-28, antenna,
  • W-29, antenna,
  • W-30, counterpoise #16,
  • W-31, inside twisted pair,
  • W-32, inside twisted pair,
  • W-33, house wire.
  • W-34, pot head wire, twisted pair,
  • W-35, cross connecting, twisted piar,
  • W-36, cross connecting, twisted piar,
  • W-37, bridle wire,
  • W-38, outside distributing wire, #17,
  • W-39, field wire, single conductor,
  • W-40, field wire, 2-conductor twisted pair
  • W-41, light field wire, french type, single conductor, 3 bronze wires, each 20.1 Mils. rubber, cotton.
  • W-42, outpost wire,
  • W-43, outpost wire,
  • W-44, outpost wire,
  • W-45, buzzer,
  • W-46, buzzer,
  • W-47, bronze, hard drawn, bare, #17,
  • W-48, weatherproof, single #12,
  • W-49, ?
  • W-50, outside, twisted pair, #14,
  • W-51,
  • W-52
  • W-53
  • W-54
  • W-55, lamp cord,
  • W-56
  • W-57
  • W-58
  • W-59
  • W-60
  • W-61
  • W-62

(NOTE 1920 catalogue ends here)

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