Agree  that Clay said....

El 18 sept. 2016 12:58 a. m., "Clay Stewart" <
cstew...@stewartcomputerservices.com> escribió:

> Yes, have lots in field for year.... Get 12 gauge instead of 14 gauge. Use
> well pipe for underground ( helps in surges via roots) and use witertite
> flex for towers, above ground.
>
> On Saturday, September 17, 2016, <t...@byhalia.net> wrote:
>
>> I am looking for recommendations for types of DC wire to run a Netonix DC
>> switch.  I was looking at outdoor stranded 12 gauge as the distance is 200
>> feet from 48 Volt 5 Amp 240 Watt DC power pack to the Netonix WS-12-250-DC
>> switch on the tower.
>>
>> The wire will be ran in a conduit except for the top 10 feet which will be
>> exposed to the elements.  Some conduit is underground, so I am sure it is
>> not 100% dry either.  Home Improvement stores had single wire spools or
>> landscape light wire as options I could find.  Would 12 gauge landscape
>> wire work?
>>
>> Appreciate the support!
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Troy
>>
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