Xinyu Enameled Copper Wire Gauges

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    Xinyu Enameled Copper Wire is also so widely used in these devices because of its conductivity. Wire is meant to carry electrical currents. All materials resist the flow of electrical currents to some extent or other, so the best material to make wires out of would be the most electrically conductive, least electrically resistant material available. Copper has less resistance than almost any other material. This means that generators using copper wire will produce more electricity than generators using most other substances. Motors made of it will produce more motion. Transformers made of it will lose less energy.

    PRODUCT :Enameled copper wire

    STANDARD :IEC 60317-34

    DATE :26th,Jun.,2017

    TYPE :QZ-2/130

    SIZE : 0.250mm

    200 Enameled Copper Clad Aluminum Wire

    TESTING ITEMSRefer toREQUIREMENTTESTING DATARESULTS

    1AppearanceIEC 60317-0-1:2005 3.3Smooth SurfaceQualifiedQualified

    2Conductor DimensionIEC 60317-0-1:2005 4.10.250±0.004mm0.250Qualified

    3Over-all DiameterIEC 60317-0-1:2005 4.4.1≤0.297mm0.287Qualified

    4Minimum Film ThicknessIEC 60317-0-1:2005 4.3.1≥0.032mm0.037Qualified

    5ElongationIEC 60317-0-1:2005.6≥ 22﹪31Qualified

    6Electrical Resistance (20℃)IEC 60317-0-1:2005.50.3345-0.3628 Ω/m0.3480Qualified

    7Breakdown Voltage (Room Temperature)IEC 60317-0-1:2005.13≥ 3.9KV5.8, 6.5, 5.4, 5.9, 6.2Qualified

    8Continuity of Enamel FilmIEC 60317-0-1:2005.14≤ 5 Pinhole0Qualified

    9Springback TestIEC 60317-0-1:2005.7≤ 56?52Qualified

    10Bar Winding IEC 60317-0-1:2005 8.1Coating No Crack (db)No CrackQualified

    11Jerk TestIEC 60317-0-1:2005 8.3Coating No CrackNo CrackQualified

    12Heat ShockIEC 60317-0-1:2005.9155℃*30min, Coating No Crack No CrackQualified

    13RoHS Confirmation RoHS RequirementQualifiedQualified

    It is universally used in electric machines, generators and transformers of various sizes, especially if special mechanical and chemical operational demands apply, e.g. in refrigerators.

    The enamel insulation of magnet wire is formed of a chemical called polyesterimide. This is a class H insulation, as rated by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. This is the highest possible rating, and means that the wire can withstand temperatures of 356 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 20,000 hours. This makes enameled copper wire capable of carrying more current than wires of the same size insulated with anything else.

    Enameled copper wire comes in the same range of gauges that ordinary wire does, from about 5 AWG to about 40 AWG. “AWG” stands for American wire gauge. These gauges correspond to diameters of 182 thousandths of an inch to three thousandths of an inch.

    Established in 2002, China Enameled Copper Wire Manufacturer xinyu-enameledwire.com is an integrated industrial and trade enterprise specialized in Enamelled Wire with UL certification. There are more than 120 employees and 20 production lines in the company with an annual output of over 7,200 tons and yearly export volume of over 4,000 tons. Our products have exported to more than 30 countries, including Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey, South Korea, Japan, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, etc.