how many volts can this wire handle?i want to attach these to a 4 pin molex connector then wire them up to a toggle switch with a set of Turnigy High Density R/C LED Flexible Strip-Red on the other end for a PC lighting project i want to do. My power supply is rated at 620W if that helps. thanks
Those wires will easily handle the voltage of the power supply, what will limit you will be the amps.
I would not go over 4 amps continuous with this cable.
Anyway, this should be more the enough for PC lighting.******** Those led strips consume 0.4A (amps) at 12V, so you can connect up to about 10 of them without any major problems
AWG#24 ~0.2mm^2 -> 4...5 A countinuous it's a problem of temp by heat dissipation ! w/ the silicon insulation you can go even higher, depends on the conditions around, but keep in mind, that you'll get voltage loss of ~0.5V per meter at this current level.
I use this on the 1s 240mah that HK sells. Although its small I think its too big of a wire. Even 26AWG from servo wire is a little too big. I think HK needs to sell 28AWG and 30AWG silicon wire if thats even possible?