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  Reply # 2023748 28-May-2018 09:45
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Yeah you can run low voltage AC for amazing distances. Cheap cables for 12VAC irrigation solenoids can be run for hundreds of metres no problem. 


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  Reply # 2023851 28-May-2018 11:13
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DC voltage ratings often assume a single, surface-run cable. 

 

The ratings changes if you put it in a bundle, or in conduit - any arrangement that may trap heat is de-rating in the calculators I have used (e.g. Blue Seas' calculator). 

 

 





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