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can i know the differences between twag n twspc??
also why twag comes up 2 version?
Ag is chemical symbol for Silver, therefore twag is "The Wire Silver"
SPC is the acronym for Silver Plated Copper, therefore twspc is "The Wire Silver Plated Copper"
Thanks FA for answering the query.
I changed some things on TWag a few months back, hence the v2 designation to differentiate it from the original TWag.
Sorry about that I was confused with the wire's name..
i mean the SCSCag with TWag?
Both are silver core right?
Oh.. Can I also know what is the differences between Twag and SCSCag?
Both are silver core wire but what the actual differences on SQ and the material used?
TWag is a stranded wire and SCSCag is a solid hook up wire.
Generally, hook up wire is insulated wire that is used internally. On our website I believe Craig used that term mostly to convey that it is just standalone wire for DIY'ers. TWag (Silver), TWspc (Silver Plated Copper), and TWcu (Copper) are all stranded wires, where SCSCag (Silver) is solid. What exactly do you mean by any other differences between standard wire?