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Old 01-04-2016, 02:16 PM   #11
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Hopefully camaraderie misspoke but please do not attempt to use triax cable for 110v AC wiring.
It is designed for camera/TV multiplexing and test equipment.
For sure...what I call triax is 3 wire home wiring in a protective sleeve. Generally labled 12-3 or 14-3 depending on gauge required. Good catch and sorry for any confusion. Triplex not Triax!
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For sure...what I call triax is 3 wire home wiring in a protective sleeve. Generally labled 12-3 or 14-3 depending on gauge required. Good catch and sorry for any confusion.
That is typically referred to as Romex.
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Hopefully camaraderie misspoke but please do not attempt to use triax cable for 110v AC wiring.
It is designed for camera/TV multiplexing and test equipment.
X2 and Don't try a Kings Connector either
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Old 01-04-2016, 08:09 PM   #14
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You can get a wire tacer at amazon for 25-35 dollars. It will trace unenergized wires. Follow the beep to the next outlet or to the point it is broke,
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For sure...what I call triax is 3 wire home wiring in a protective sleeve. Generally labled 12-3 or 14-3 depending on gauge required. Good catch and sorry for any confusion. Triplex not Triax!
That would be SO cord not Romex. Romex would be solid strand not multi strand. Just trying to help if someone was going to buy some.
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Old 01-04-2016, 10:06 PM   #16
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That would be SO cord not Romex. Romex would be solid strand not multi strand. Just trying to help if someone was going to buy some.
That is correct. SO cord.

Cam edited his post to include that photo AFTER I posted and I was simply going on his description when I posted romex.

It is also not triplex, as was later called. Triplex is the large service entrance cable that comes from the pole to the house.

Maybe the mods could clean up these posts so future viewers have less confusion.
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