Voltage Loss Table

Voltage Loss Tables: Calculate how many volts are eaten up over a given distance

voltage loss = amps * wire resistance * distance in feet * 2 wires (1 wire in each direction!)

Sources http://www.cirris.com/testing/resistance/wire.html http://www.paigewire.com/volt_loss_formulas.htm

Typical Uses 	Wire Gauge # 	Dia in Mils	Area Diameter 	Ohms per foot 	
		
		2 slash 0					0.000078 	
		1 slash 0 					0.000098 	
		2 						0.000156 	
		4 						0.000249 	
		6 						0.000395 	
		8						0.000628 	
		10 						0.000999 	
House Wiring  	12 		80.808		6,529.90	0.001588 	
		13 		71.901		5,178.40	0.002003 	
Big Power Wire 	14 		64.084		4,106.80	0.002525 	
	   	15 		57.068		3,256.70	0.00318 	
Heavy Hook-up  	16 		50.82	 	2,582.90	0.00402 	
		17 		45.257		2,048.20	0.00506 	
Std. Computer 	
Power Cables  	18 		40.303		1,624.30	0.00639 	
		19 		35.89		1,288.10	0.00805 	
Std. Hook-up  	20 		31.961		1,021.50	0.01015 	
		21 		28.462		810.1		0.0128 	
Typ. Interface  22 		25.347		642.4		0.01614 	
		23 		22.571		509.45		0.02036 	
Std. Hook-up  	24 		20.1		404.01		0.02567 	
		25 		17.9		320.4		0.03237 	
Heavy .050 	
Ribbon Cable  	26 		15.94		254.1		0.04081 	
		27 		14.195		201.5		0.05147 	
Std. .050 	
Ribbon Cable  	28 		12.641		159.79		0.0649 	
   		29 		11.257		126.72		0.08183 	
Std. .025 pitch 	
Ribbon Cable / 	
Solid Wire for 	
Wire Wrap  	30 		10.025		100.5		0.1032 	




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