AWG

American Wire Gage

AWG

American Wire Gauge.
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AWG

American Wire Gauge. A wire diameter specification based on the American standard. The smaller the AWG number, the larger the wire diameter. Alternatively :- the measure of the diameter of a conductor. AWG is the U.S. standard measuring gauge for certain conductors, including copper. The higher the AWG number the thinner the wire. This measure stem...
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AWG

Adhesion Working Group
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AWG

American Wire Gage.
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AWG

The ISO 4217 currency code for Aruban Guilder.
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AWG

American Wire Gage
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AWG

American Wire Gage
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AWG

abbreviation for American Wire Gauge. See gauge and the table of wire gauge equivalents.
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AWG

[disambiguation] AWG is an abbreviation for American wire gauge AWG may also refer to: In science and technology: Businesses and organizations: Other uses: ...
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AWG

The abbreviation for American Wire Gauge; the standard for gauging the size of wires (electrical conductors).
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