Collection: Automotive Primary wire

Automotive Primary Wire GPT (General Purpose Thermoplastic) are a type of electrical wire commonly used in vehicles. They are designed to meet the demands of harsh automotive environments, including exposure to heat, chemicals, and abrasion.

GPT wires are made with a copper conductor and a PVC insulation that is resistant to oil, gas, and acids. The wire is available in a range of gauges, from 18 to 10 AWG (American Wire Gauge), to accommodate various electrical applications in a vehicle.

One of the key benefits of GPT wires is their flexibility. They can be easily bent and routed through tight spaces, making them ideal for use in the cramped engine compartments of cars, trucks, and other vehicles. Additionally, their high-temperature insulation allows them to withstand the extreme heat generated by engines and other automotive components.

Automotive wire is a crucial component in the functioning of low-voltage automotive systems. These automotive wires are designed with stranded conductors, providing flexibility for intricate electrical setups in vehicles. While copper and aluminum are common conductor materials, Allied Wire & Cable (AWC) opts for copper due to its superior durability and current capacity.

Understanding Automotive Wires:

Automotive wires play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth operation of various electrical components in vehicles. The flexibility of these wires allows them to navigate through the complex wiring systems found in cars, trucks, and other automotive vehicles.