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0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin

0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin

    • 0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin
    • 0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin
    • 0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin
    • 0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin
  • 0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: Shanghai, China
    Brand Name: TANKII
    Certification: ISO9001:2008
    Model Number: 6J40

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: 10kg
    Price: To negotiate
    Packaging Details: Spool, Carton, Plywood case as clients’ requirements
    Delivery Time: 7-12 days
    Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union, Paypal
    Supply Ability: 200+TON+MONTH
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    Detailed Product Description
    Material Alloy: Copper Based Alloy Type: Round Insulated Wire
    Insulation Material: Polyesterimide, Polyester Temperature: 130, 155, 180, 200, 220...
    Sample: Available Spool: Standard

     
    130 Class Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin Enameled Wire
     
    1. Material General Description 
     
    Copper nickel alloy, which has low electric resisitance, good heat-resistant and corrosion-resistant, easy to be processed and lead welded. It is used to make the key components in the thermal overload relay, low resistance thermal circuit breaker, and the electrical appliances. It is also an important material for electrical heating cable. It's similar as s type cupronickel.The more composition of Nickel,the more silver white the surface to be.
     
    3.Chemical Composition and Main Property of Cu-Ni Low Resistance Alloy
     

    PropertiesGrade
     
    CuNi1
     
    CuNi2
     
    CuNi6
     
    CuNi8
     
    CuMn3
     
    CuNi10
     
    Main Chemical Composition
     
    Ni
     
    1
     
    2
     
    6
     
    8
     
    _
     
    10
     
    Mn
     
    _
     
    _
     
    _
     
    _
     
    3
     
    _
     
    Cu
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Max Continuous Service Temperature(oC)
     
    200
     
    200
     
    200
     
    250
     
    200
     
    250
     
    Resisivity at 20oC (Ωmm2/m)
     
    0.03
     
    0.05
     
    0.10
     
    0.12
     
    0.12
     
    0.15
     
    Density(g/cm3)
     
    8.9
     
    8.9
     
    8.9
     
    8.9
     
    8.8
     
    8.9
     
    Thermal Conductivity(α×10-6/oC)
     
    <100
     
    <120
     
    <60
     
    <57
     
    <38
     
    <50
     
    Tensile Strength(Mpa)
     
    ≥210
     
    ≥220
     
    ≥250
     
    ≥270
     
    ≥290
     
    ≥290
     
    EMF vs Cu(μV/oC)(0~100oC)
     
    -8
     
    -12
     
    -12
     
    -22
     
    _
     
    -25
     
    Approximate Melting Point( oC)
     
    1085
     
    1090
     
    1095
     
    1097
     
    1050
     
    1100
     
    Micrographic Structure
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    Magnetic Property
     
    non
     
    non
     
    non
     
    non
     
    non
     
    non
     

     
    PropertiesGrade
     
    CuNi14
     
    CuNi19
     
    CuNi23
     
    CuNi30
     
    CuNi34
     
    CuNi44
     
    Main Chemical Composition
     
    Ni
     
    14
     
    19
     
    23
     
    30
     
    34
     
    44
     
    Mn
     
    0.3
     
    0.5
     
    0.5
     
    1.0
     
    1.0
     
    1.0
     
    Cu
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Bal
     
    Max Continuous Service Temperature(oC)
     
    300
     
    300
     
    300
     
    350
     
    350
     
    400
     
    Resisivity at 20oC (Ωmm2/m)
     
    0.20
     
    0.25
     
    0.30
     
    0.35
     
    0.40
     
    0.49
     
    Density(g/cm3)
     
    8.9
     
    8.9
     
    8.9
     
    8.9
     
    8.9
     
    8.9
     
    Thermal Conductivity(α×10-6/oC)
     
    <30
     
    <25
     
    <16
     
    <10
     
    <0
     
    <-6
     
    Tensile Strength(Mpa)
     
    ≥310
     
    ≥340
     
    ≥350
     
    ≥400
     
    ≥400
     
    ≥420
     
    EMF vs Cu(μV/oC)(0~100oC)
     
    -28
     
    -32
     
    -34
     
    -37
     
    -39
     
    -43
     
    Approximate Melting Point( oC)
     
    1115
     
    1135
     
    1150
     
    1170
     
    1180
     
    1280
     
    Micrographic Structure
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    austenite
     
    Magnetic Property
     
    non
     
    non
     
    non
     
    non
     
    non
     
    non
     

     
    2. Enamelled Wire Introduction and applications
     
    Although described as "enameled", enameled wire is not, in fact, coated with either a layer of enamel paint nor with vitreous enamel made of fused glass powder. Modern magnet wire typically uses one to four layers (in the case of quad-film type wire) of polymer film insulation, often of two different compositions, to provide a tough, continuous insulating layer. Magnet wire insulating films use (in order of increasing temperature range) polyvinyl formal (Formar), polyurethane, polyimide, polyamide, polyster, polyester-polyimide, polyamide-polyimide (or amide-imide), and polyimide. Polyimide insulated magnet wire is capable of operation at up to 250 °C. The insulation of thicker square or rectangular magnet wire is often augmented by wrapping it with a high-temperature polyimide or fiberglass tape, and completed windings are often vacuum impregnated with an insulating varnish to improve insulation strength and long-term reliability of the winding.
    Self-supporting coils are wound with wire coated with at least two layers, the outermost being a thermoplastic that bonds the turns together when heated.
    Other types of insulation such as fiberglass yarn with varnish, aramid paper, kraft paper, mica, and polyester film are also widely used across the world for various applications like transformers and reactors. In the audio sector, a wire of silver construction, and various other insulators, such as cotton (sometimes permeated with some kind of coagulating agent/thickener, such as beeswax) and polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) can be found. Older insulation materials included cotton, paper, or silk, but these are only useful for low-temperature applications (up to 105°C).
    For ease of manufacturing, some low-temperature-grade magnet wire has insulation that can be removed by the heat of soldering. This means that electrical connections at the ends can be made without stripping off the insulation first.
     
    0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin0.2mm 130 Class Enameled Wire Colored Round Copper Alloy Manganin

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