The values for diameter need to be between 0.0124 mm and 14.733 mm! This equals AWG values from -5 (000000 (6/0)) to 56.

Values for the diameter need to be between 0 and 12.7 mm! This equals Standard Wire Gauges from 50 to 7/0 (here "-7").

Values for the cross sectional area need to be between 0.000120762 square-mm and 170.48 square-mm! This equals AWG values from 56 to -5 (000000 (6/0)).

Values for the cross sectional area need to be between 0 and 126.6769 square-mm! This equals Standard Wire Gauges from 50 to 7/0 (here "-7").

Values for AWG range from -5 (000000 (6/0)) to 56. Only integers will be accepted. All decimals will be truncated automatically! Thus, 3.3 or 3.9 will become 3.

To find equivalent SWG values, the input for AWG is limited to values ranging from -3 (0000 (4/0)) to 50 (integers only; decimals will be truncated automatically!).

Here, valid values for AWG range from -5 (000000 (6/0)) to 56 (integers only; decimals will be truncated automatically!).

The input for SWG is limited to values ranging from -7 (7/0) to 50 (integers only; decimals will be truncated automatically!).

Values for the diameter need to be between 0.46 inches and 0.00045 inches! This equals AWG values from -3 (0000 (4/0)) to 56.

The values for the diameter need to be between 0 and 0.5 inches! This equals Standard Wire Gauges from 50 to 7/0 (here "-7").

Here, the allowed values for the cross-sectional area range from 0.000000188 square-inches to 0.2642445285 square-inches! This equals AWG values from 56 to -5 (000000 (6/0)).

The values for the cross-sectional area need to be between 0 and 0.196349588 square-inch! This equals Standard Wire Gauges from 50 to 7/0 (here "-7").