Quality 4/0 Battery Cable By The Foot

  • According to IEC and BS Standard
  • PVC Cable
  • Approved by ISO, CE, SGS
  • Place of Origin: Henan, China
  • Number of Cores:1
  • HS Code: 8544492100
  • Packing: 100 Meters
  • MOQ: 500 Meters

4/0 battery cable, also known as 0000 gauge or 4/0 AWG battery cable, is a heavy-duty and highly flexible cable made from copper insulated by PVC. 4/0 battery wire is resistant to tearing, cutting, abrasion, moisture, and oil-based solvents, making it ideal for harsh and high-current applications such as automotive, solar, marine, and industrial. If you are searching 4/0 marine battery cable, ZW Cable is available in a variety of lengths and can be customized.

4/0 battery cable specification:

  • 4/0 battery cable diameter: 17 mm
  • Conductor: Plain annealed copper Class 5
  • Insulation: PVC
  • Sheath Color: Black, Red
  • Test Voltage:2.5KV/5Min
  • Temperature Range: Max 90°C, Min -10 °C
  • Conductor Resistance: ≤ 0.1672(Ω/KM)
  • Weight: 900KG/km

FAQ about 4/0 Battery Wire

Rated up to 600 volts, and 4/0 battery cable amp rating is 302 amps.

When comparing 4/0 battery cable and 4/0 welding cable, it’s important to understand the design differences and intended uses of each, even though they share the same wire size in the American Wire Gauge (AWG) system:

  1. Design and Construction:
    • 4/0 Battery Cable: Typically has thicker insulation and is designed to be more resistant to oil, acid, and other chemicals commonly found in automotive or industrial environments. The strands in battery cables are usually finer than those in welding cable, which offers more rigidity and less flexibility.
    • 4/0 Welding Cable: Designed to be highly flexible to accommodate the movements typical in welding operations. The insulation is generally more resistant to heat and flames compared to battery cable.
  2. Conductor Material:
    • Both types of cable might use copper conductors, but the quality and type of copper can vary, affecting conductivity and flexibility.
  3. Flexibility:
    • 4/0 Welding Cable: Generally more flexible due to its finer stranded conductor, which is necessary for maneuvering around welding sites.
    • 4/0 Battery Cable: Less flexible, designed for more static installations like battery banks, starters, and ground connections.
  4. Applications:
    • Battery Cable: Primarily used in automotive, industrial, and marine applications for connections to batteries, starters, and other heavy-duty electrical equipment.
    • Welding Cable: Used in welding applications for connecting welding machines to electrodes. Its flexibility is crucial for ease of movement.

4/0 awg battery cables have a larger diameter and higher amperage capacity than 2/0 battery cables. The 4/0 cable is designed for very large marine or diesel engines and high-power alternative energy battery applications, while the 2/0 battery cable is suitable for hard-to-crank engines, electric vehicle battery banks, and large RV power converters batteries.

Scroll to Top
Get in touch with us today and see how we can help you reach your goals!