Model # 210-1005BR

Internet #203172532

Store SKU #101645

Cerrowire 50 ft. 18/5 Brown Solid Thermostat Wire


50 ft. 18/5 Brown Solid Thermostat Wire

  • Ideal for heating and air conditioning
  • Can be used for bell and alarm systems
  • Conforms to EU RoHS directive
$16.47 /each

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Cerro's thermostat wire is a class 2, power-limited cable for use in thermostat controls and alarm systems. Featuring solid, bare-copper conductors and 6 miles of PVC insulation, this wire is sunlight resistant and built to perform. This wire is UL listed.

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Can you run 12v at 6amps through one wire?

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Thank you for contacting Cerro with your product inquiry. This product is suitable for running 12 V at 6 amps for short runs (length of a car chassis). Please let us know if you need any other questions answered.
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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dewalt I used it for my central system at home to replace the old wires. It works. October 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Low quality You don't really think of wire having "quality" either it conducts or it doesn't. Well this wire didn't conduct. In my case it turned out that the copper had broken to "stress fatigue" in the vicinity of where I had stripped the (incredibly thin!) insulator jacket to run it into my thermostat. Also, even though it's listed as 18 guage, it was too thin for the 18ga hole in my wire stripper to strip it correctly. The only thing this wire has going for it was that it was the only thing on the shelf when I was at home depot. Given a choice, you should get something else. October 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cerrowire equals Crapo wire The outer jacket began to rupture as I unwound it. So fine. I'll tape it, until I looked more closely and saw that the inner insulation was also falling apart. As another note, the outer jacket also split apart as I was pulling it thru a hole. The whole roll is a loss. January 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Avoid at all costs The insulation on the individual wires is terrible. You will have shorts develop with nothing more than a gentle tug. I installed this wire in my house and my control board was popping fuses in a matter of months. Traced out the wire and found a mere pinch point that had not even torn the outer casing; yet had compressed the interior insulation to the point it shorted out once the humidity of summer seeped in. June 29, 2015
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