Hook Up Wire, 24 AWG, Stranded Kit, 25' Length Each

$17.85
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24UL1007STRKIT
24 AWG Gauge Stranded Hook Up Wire Kit, 25 ft Length Each, 0.0201" Diameter, UL1007, 300 Volts, 24UL1007STRKIT

Hook Up Wire, 24 AWG, Stranded Kit, 25' Length Each

This set of 24 AWG hook up wire comes in 6 colors with a box for easy organization throughout all kinds of wiring projects. This tinned copper hook up wire has good conductivity and is coated in high quality PVC for long lasting insulation and protection against abrasion, solvents, chemicals and oils. Suitable for automotive projects, business machines, internal computer wiring and more.

This wire is easy to work with, in terms of stripping, cutting and processing. Choose this set or browse more AWGs and lengths to find a kit that’s right for you.

Our 24 AWG Hook Up Wire, Stranded Kit is available in 6 colors – Black, Blue, Green, Red, White, & Yellow all in 25 feet lengths.

  • Length: 25 Feet Each
  • Material: Tinned Copper
  • Wire Diameter: 0.0201"
  • Overall Diameter: 0.056"
  • Insulation: PVC
  • Type: UL1007 Stranded Wire (7/32)
  • Color: Black, Blue, Green, Red, White & Yellow
  • Voltage Rating: 300 Volts
 

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  • 5
    Great Wire in Nice Box

    Posted by David Hoyda on May 12th 2018

    I absolutely love this wire and the storage case it comes in. The wire is easy to work with when cutting/stripping/adding crimped ends and the box adds a nice way to keep it all together. The only modification I made to he box was making a slit in front of the hole that the wire comes out. This way I can pull wire from the hole, cut what I need, then tuck the end of the wire into the new slit so that it doesn't slip back into the box since I taped the box shut.

  • 5
    Great Wire in Nice Box

    Posted by David Hoyda on May 12th 2018

    I absolutely love this wire and the storage case it comes in. The wire is easy to work with when cutting/stripping/adding crimped ends and the box adds a nice way to keep it all together. The only modification I made to he box was making a slit in front of the hole that the wire comes out. This way I can pull wire from the hole, cut what I need, then tuck the end of the wire into the new slit so that it doesn't slip back into the box since I taped the box shut.