AWG, diameter mil, circular mil, diameter in mm and area in mm 2

American Wire Gauge (AWG) | Diameter (mils) (10^{-}^{3} in) | Area (circular mils) (CM) (mil^{2}) |
---|---|---|

10 | 102 | 10383 |

11 | 90.7 | 8234 |

12 | 80.8 | 6530 |

13 | 72.0 | 5178 |

Likewise, people ask, how big is a circular mil?

The circular mil is a unit of area used especially when denoting the cross-sectional size of a wire or cable. A circular mil is the equivalent area of a circle whose diameter is 0.001 (

mils = 1000 d (1)

**10**) inch, or approximately 0.7854 millionths of a square inch. Mils of circular wire or cable can be calculated as:^{-}^{3}mils = 1000 d (1)

What is MCM for wire size?

**MCM**is an abbreviation for thousands of circular mils, an old measurement of

**wire gauge**. 1

**MCM**= 1 kcmil = 0.5067 square milimeters. A

**wire**200 mils in diameter is 40

**MCM**.

**MCM**is generally used for very large-diameter

**wire**.

What is the unit MCM?

Thousand circular mils or kcmil, the wire gauge is equivalent cross sectional area (500

**MCM**= 500,000 circular mils) Million cubic metre, the**unit**of volume.