Hi Guys... I am build a led circuit and I need some help... I will use 3s 2200mah battery... I my circuit I am using 8 led strips with 30cm size... About 3 meters of leds... I connect the battery with 16awg wire to the first strip of leds, and I connect the others 7 strips using this 36 AWG wire... I am connecting in parallel (positive with positive, negative with negative)... One strip connect to the strip bellow... This wire will hold or will burn ?? How can I solve this ? I need to use a small wire....
I bought 12m each black and red. If, said, IF the wires are 12m long, measuring the resistance i found 10.7 Ohm or 0.89Ohm/m. According to AWG tables these wires are 34AWG ( in the tables show 0.86 Ohm/m ). The 3 points per cent probably due to measurement erros. In an servo like DS939MG I’*m using in my nimbus 4, 4m span with extension of 1m would loose 0,45V if single strand that is acceptable with 6V battery. Good flight
Watch out. The resistance of this wire is not 0.25 Ohm/m as stated above. An 36 AWG wire has a resistance oh 1,4 Ohm/m.
take care when calculating an circuit with greater current value to prevent voltage drop and undesired heat generation. I bought this wire to use with lads and servos draining lass than 0,2A.
As an example....I used these wire to rewire my depron indoor F3P airplane servos.....so I have to use the same color for the third wire (signal) it would be nice and easier if they have multiple colors....so each servo would have a different signal wire