When it comes to electrical devices that work on watercraft, there is a need to ensure that they are especially built to be effective and reliable. These electrical systems especially require proper wiring to ensure that they operate well and can function in the challenging marine environments.
To that end, a common wiring standard for watercraft is the 2 gauge marine wire. This wiring is relatively thick, making it especially suitable for carrying considerable currents while also reducing voltage drop – especially if it has to operate over longer distances.
A marine grade 2 gauge wire is highly versatile. The wires come with different applications across multiple electrical systems, with their uses including the following: