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Q: How many amps can 16 gauge wire carry at 120 vac at 25 feet?

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70 amps.

A #8 copper wire with an insulation rated at 75 or 90 degrees C is rated at 45 amps.

30 amps is often the limit recommended for standard residential wiring on a #10 copper wire. You are correct.

A #8 copper wire with an insulation rating of 90 degrees C is rated at 45 amps.

A #16 copper conductor is not a wiring size that is used in homes. This is because the smallest breaker for residential use is rated for 15 amps. A #16 copper conductor is only rated at 13 amps. For a load of 13 amps over 100 feet a #12 copper would be required.

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70 amps.

30 amps is how much a 10-2 wire will carry at 110 feet. 10 gauge wire is only good for thirty amps per the national electrical code. Using 80% of the breakers usage you will actually be getting only 24 amps.

A #8 copper wire with an insulation rated at 75 or 90 degrees C is rated at 45 amps.

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150 amps

You can safely use 10-2 wire for 30 amps at 40 feet.

The amps that a four gauge wire will handle will depend with the thickness of the wire. If the wire is thin, the four gauge will handle 95 amps.

To answer this question a voltage and amperage must be stated. W = Amps x Volts.

30 amps is often the limit recommended for standard residential wiring on a #10 copper wire. You are correct.

50 amps.

A #8 copper wire with an insulation rating of 90 degrees C is rated at 45 amps.