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Looking for high-quality, durable wiring that can stand up to the harsh marine environment? Look no further than our selection of top-notch marine wiring products.


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  1. Ancor 14/2 AWG Duplex Cable - Red/Black - Sold By The Foot

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  2. Pacer 16/2 AWG Duplex Cable - Red/Black - Sold By The Foot

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  3. Pacer 12/2 AWG Safety Duplex Cable - Red/Yellow - Sold By The Foot

    $2.99
  4. Pacer Red 8 AWG Battery Cable - Sold By The Foot

    $2.99
  5. Pacer Black 10 AWG Battery Cable - Sold By The Foot

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  6. Pacer Red 10 AWG Battery Cable - Sold By The Foot

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  7. Pacer Black 8 AWG Battery Cable - Sold By The Foot

    $2.99
  8. Pacer 6/3 AWG Triplex Cable - Black/Green/White - 100'

    Special Price $418.79 Regular Price $720.00
  9. Pacer 6/3 AWG Triplex Cable - Black/Green/White - 50'

    Special Price $218.17 Regular Price $369.00
  10. Pacer 8/3 AWG Triplex Cable - Black/Green/White - 100'

    Special Price $222.48 Regular Price $387.00
  11. Pacer 8/3 AWG Triplex Cable - Black/Green/White - 50'

    Special Price $120.84 Regular Price $194.99
  12. Pacer 10/3 AWG Triplex Cable - Black/Green/White - 100'

    Special Price $121.54 Regular Price $198.00

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WHY IS MARINE WIRING DIFFERENT FROM REGULAR WIRING?

Marine wiring is designed and built to meet the unique demands of the marine environment. It must be able to withstand the harsh conditions of saltwater, high humidity, and exposure to UV rays.


WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF MARINE WIRING?

Marine wiring is typically made from tinned copper, which offers superior corrosion resistance and conductivity. It also has a highly durable jacketing and insulation material that is specially designed to resist damage from saltwater and UV rays.


WHAT TYPES OF MARINE WIRING ARE AVAILABLE?

There are a few different types of marine wiring available, including:

  • Primary wire: Used for general wiring applications, primary wire comes in a variety of colors and sizes.
  • Battery cable: Designed for use in marine battery systems, this cable has a thick jacket and is highly resistant to corrosion.
  • Duplex wire: This is a two-conductor wire that is commonly used for bilge pump and navigation light wiring.
  • Triplex wire: This is a three-conductor wire that is commonly used for wiring systems that require a positive, negative, and ground wire.

HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT MARINE WIRING FOR MY BOAT?

When choosing marine wiring, it is important to consider the specific needs of your boat and the systems that you are wiring. Some factors to consider include the length and size of the wire, the type of system it will be used in, and the level of exposure to saltwater and other harsh elements.


WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF TINNED COPPER WIRING?

Tinned copper wiring offers several advantages over other types of wiring, especially for marine applications, including:

  • Superior corrosion resistance: Tinned copper is highly resistant to corrosion, which makes it ideal for use in the harsh marine environment.
  • Improved conductivity: The tin coating on tinned copper wire improves its conductivity, which can help to improve the performance of your electrical systems.
  • Longer lifespan: Tinned copper wiring typically lasts longer than other types of wiring, which can help to reduce the need for repairs and replacements.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I INSPECT MY MARINE WIRING?

It is important to inspect your marine wiring on a regular basis to ensure that it is in good condition and functioning properly. This can help to prevent electrical issues and safety hazards. It is recommended to inspect your wiring at least once a year, or more frequently if your boat is used frequently or in harsh conditions.


WHAT ARE SOME TIPS FOR MAINTAINING MY MARINE WIRING?

To maintain your marine wiring, it is important to keep it clean and dry, and to check it regularly for signs of damage or corrosion. You should also ensure that all connections are secure and tight, and that all wiring is properly grounded. If you do notice any issues with your wiring, it is important to have them addressed as soon as possible to prevent further damage or safety hazards.

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