What is AWM (AWM)?
Underwriters Laboratory (UL) categorizes AWM as a Recognized Component used in Listed or Classified products. AWM is commonly used in a variety of applications such as general purpose wiring circuits, control circuits and internal wiring of appliances. What Are UL Styles?
What is appliance wiring material (AWM)?
Underwriters Laboratories categorizes appliance wiring material (AWM) as a Recognized Component used in Listed or Classified products. The final acceptance of the wire is determined by UL during the investigation of the listed product.
What is the UL style number for AWM construction?
UL assigns a different style number for each approved AWM construction and creates a style page that lists a few specifications, such as gauge size range, insulation material, temperature rating and voltage rating. Each style specifies the product’s general use as determined by UL’s evaluation of the product.
How does ul 758 regulate AWM wire?
UL 758 also regulates marking and labeling of AWM products. How Does UL Categorize the Styles? There are five sections of AWM wire. The different categorizations are based on the following criteria: