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What is the maximum current-carrying capacity of a 4mm cable?


Albert Smith, Expert of Electricians Service Team

A 4mm cable can typically carry a current of up to 32 amps under normal conditions, although this can vary depending on the cable’s insulation material, ambient temperature, and installation method. Always consult the cable manufacturer’s specifications and adhere to local electrical codes. For professional guidance on cable selection and installation, the Electricians Service Team is available to assist with any wiring concerns.

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