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Discussion in 'Triumph General Discussion' started by Sprinter, Aug 26, 2018.
This is all calcultated using ohms law. It states that "Voltage times amperage equals wattage". That can be reversed as well, by dividing. So if you have a tail light curcuit with 2, 15watt bulbs running on the same fuse, it would total 30 watts for that curcuit. 30watts divided by 6 volts equals 5 amps.
Next the wire.size. It is determined by the amperege, not the voltage. The chart.for that reads something like this:
30 amps.= 10 gauge wire.
20 amps = 12 gauge wire.
15 amps = 14 gauge wire.
10 amps = 16 gauge wire.
5 amps = 18 gauge wire. I hope this helps. ...J.D.
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