For winding custom coils or very finely spaced rework, […]
For winding custom coils or very finely spaced rework, we always touch the electromagnetic wire. The magnet wire is very, very thin (0.1mm in diameter!) Copper wire, with very thin insulation layer. It is used in a range of electronic products, hacker attacks and applications. These are commonly used for winding transformers, inductors, motors or electromagnetic coils, speakers, hard disk head actuators, electromagnets, pickups, and so on. However, this line is also useful when you must perform PCB repair, wire jump, or direct welding to SMT pads.
This axis is ~11.5 meters ~ 38AWG thick magnetic line, just can do a few projects. We recommend a valve core for each engineer's workbench. Like all electromagnetic wires, there is a thin layer of enamel insulation. Some people like to take it out with a small flame (a lighter, for example), but we've found an easy way to melt a piece of solder into the iron and then immerse it in small pieces for a second. Remove the wires, clean them up and tin them!
The magnetic steel wire is technically just an insulated copper wire coated with a tantalum insulation layer. However, the insulating layer is very thin and heat-resistant. This characteristic makes it very suitable for winding coils because each millimeter is considered important because of their thin thickness. Almost all copper lines are completely insulated, and it is now difficult to find uninsulated copper lines.
The two wires have the same conductivity, but the magnetic copper wire is especially coated with a thin, high heat-absorbing material instead of a copper wire. The thin insulating material helps to make more coils in small areas of motors, transformers, relays, etc., and absorbs heat. The common copper wire is insulated with a thick material and may require more area for more turns, so the winding will not work effectively and will be able to melt the insulation in the heat.
Thick plastic coating can be considered a waste of space to solve this problem, you can try other copper wires with 'normal' insulation, but you will soon find that the coil is too big or too small. Xinyu enameled wire devoted to Enameled Aluminum Wire development with all the society and make our efforts to the development of enameled wire.