Enameled copper wire
The Properties of Enameled Copper Wire
Copper wire is used all over the world in electrical equipment. Enameled copper wire, also called “magnet wire,” is also widely used. The difference between the enameled copper wire and regular wire is in the insulation surrounding the wire. Normal copper wire is insulated by wrapping it in thick rubber. Enameled copper wire is insulated by coating it with enamel. It is primarily used in three types of applications. It is used, in transformers to transform one kind of electrical energy into other kinds. It is used in motors to transform electrical energy into mechanical energy. It is also used in generators to transform mechanical energy into electrical energy.
* Conductor: Soft copper solid round conductor
* Insulation: Insulation base coat: modified polyester resin. Overcoat: modified amide imide resin. (High tech enameled insulation)
* Color: Amber (typical)
* Thermal Class: 200°C (392°F), thermal index (N)
* Excellent thermal stability, excellent dielectric and mechanical properties.
* Very good chemical resistance to common solvent and coolants.
* Better sliding during coil insertion in slots (reduced friction factor).
* High resistance to abrasion.
Perfect for Winding Coils, Inductors, Transformers, Lighting, Ballasts, Relays & Timers, Motor Applications. Insulated with polyurethane and nylon.