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Q: What is the current carrying capacity of copper conductors?

A: Current carrying capacity is the maximum number of amperes (amps) that can flow through an insulated conductor before the insulation breaks down. Heat caused by an electrical current flowing through a conductor, will determine the amount of current a wire can handle. More information is available here.

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