hi, i had enough of soldering wires. i want to use Wire-wrap for a new project. its secure and i can re-route with ease. i once used 500m of Wire wrap for a flexible pressure carpet. but that was all digital.
now, my for my current project i will have to use some higher current components- led strips and DC motors, both rated for ~500mA (power spikes not included).
i ran a search for current limit on various wire gauges. i presume the following table is conservative. but still, i would like to know if: you think i can use Wire wrap for this loads ? and whats the diff between "chassis wiring" and "power transmission" columns ? http://www.cablesandconnectors.com/wiregauge.html note: Wire wrap is the 30-gauge.
alternatively i will use 22-gauge wires for the power and ground lines. but i hope i can pull it off with the wire-warp. ftw
edit: after reading this discussion i see the error of my ways. defently will use at least 22-gauge wires for the power lines.