dont use it in an application that calls for wire thicker than that..
but you can use it to replace wire that is thinner than the 12 gauge...
remember that the fuse will protest the wires from burning/melting....so
dont put in bigger fuses thinking that gee i have 12 ga. wire (but not
all of the circuit is 12 gauge) only the part you are putting in.....
It is a real pain to strip the insulation off of UF cable to make your
connections. So if you will have a lot of connections to make then, if it
were me, I would save the UF for another outdoor project and get standard
cable for indoors.
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