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22 gauge kanthal
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22 gauge kanthal
I jus got some 22 gauge kanthal from eBay and I made a 7 wrap single coil I have a 30 amp battery it hits good but i can't read my ohms /: I have a ohm reader but it's broken Sad can anyone let me know if i am within my battery limit?


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05/12/13 07:55 PM
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RE: 22 gauge kanthal
If you give up the diameter I can do some maths, providing its standard ohms per metre.
05/12/13 07:58 PM
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RE: 22 gauge kanthal
How would I do the math?
05/12/13 08:05 PM
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RE: 22 gauge kanthal
Work out the circumference of the coils, thus the length of wire used, then use the ohms per metre to work it out, you could also do a replica coil, straighten it out and measure it.
06/12/13 03:32 PM
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