The term "magnet wire" is used to describe solid conductor wire (usually copper), insulated with a polymer based film. The films are designed to provide a uniform dielectric coating while taking up as little space as possible.In selecting & specifiying a magnet wire, there are several areas of concern:
1. Size or Diameter
2. Insulation Thermal Class
3. Insulation Build or Thickness
4. Additional Characteristics such as color or addition of bondable coating Conductors:
Although copper is the primary conductor material due to its superior conductivity & relatively low cost, other metals & alloys may be utilized.
Single-end, Twisted, or Parallel-bonded, standard and non-standard constructions, sizes 4 - 54 AWG Round, Thermal Classes 105 C - 240 C, Single to Quadruple Builds, Bondable Coatings Available, Multi-conductor, Colors, Applicable Commercial/Gov't Specification: NEMA MW 1000, J-W-1177, M1177, Mil W 583C. Click on "Magnet Wire - General Info" for more details or download our software from main page.