Class 155/180 Hot sale Polyamide composite polyester or polyimide enameled copper wire

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Product model: 1PEWNF,2PEWNF,1EIWN,2EIWN,1PEWNH,2PEWNH,QZY-1 2 3/155,QZY-1 2 3/180

Product standard: IEC60317-22(1990),GB6109.10,MW76-C

Product feature: solvent resistance,scratch resistance, thermal shock resistance, soft breakdown performance

Product application: coils for illuminationand telecommunication, sealing submersible motor, small motors, white goods


Polyamide composite polyester copper  round wire155

Polyamide composite polyester imide enameled copper  round wire




Thermal class







фф 3.500mm


Copper, polyester  imide resin

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Q:Are all electrical wires universal?
Colors are not universal. Generally, red and green are power wires, black and white are ground.but not always. Its mostly for safety or for ease of connecting wires. For example, instructions for wiring in something would be confusing as hell if there was no way to tell what wire does what. Most items will come with an manual that say what each colored wire is, and what it does, so you know how to wire everything up correctly. You do not need to use the same color, as long as you can keep everything straight so you do not hook things up wrong. However, you should use the same size of wire.
Q:What gauge or type of electrical wiring do I need to get?
Your best bet is to hire a electrician, willing to do the work. Inquire if they will allow you to do as much of the wiring as they will allow. Have the electrician help you, and instruct you in what to do. It is a big liability for a electrician to hook up your work. They can show you easy ways and legal practices. This would be your best bet get a real professional job, and save some dough. The technician will also have the proper tools and equipment for this kind of work. FYI Don't take on this kind of project without a lot of know how and/or experienced, first hand, advice.
Q:How can I stop my kitten from bitting me and electrical wires?
Just go get tubing at Home Depot and run your wires through it. It protects the wires and your cat from being hurt.
Q:Please use the CPU power to extend the line of people come in! Thank you
Voltage levels are 300 / 300V, 300 / 500V, 450 / 750V, 0.6 / 4kV, etc., which is commonly used voltage level. When ordering according to your use of environmental conditions, use the size of the load and voltage level selection. Inspection can only test the size and appearance of the structure, some electrical parameters need special equipment to measure, you can measure the insulation thickness, conductor diameter, insulation diameter and so on. General wire and cable to buy some formal large enterprises, although there are losses side of the phenomenon, but generally its electrical performance can guarantee.
Q:electrical wire seems to stuck in the light switch?
Stick a screwdriver into the release holes and push the screwdriver when pulling on the wire. If this does not work just cut the wires and restrip.
Q:Burning/melting plastic smell coming from electrical outlet?
There are several potential causes. 1. The heater is drawing more current than the receptical can handle. There may be other output devices (fixtures) also drawing current. Not enough to trip the breaker - but enough to cause the recepticle to get hot. 2. Loose wire connection in the recepticle box. 3. Oversized breaker and wire that is too small. 4. Could be the heater itself. 5. The electrical wire could be to small to handle the load demand. Breakers are protective devices - If you have an oversized breaker on a circuit than it wont trip. 12 AWG wire should have a 20 amp breaker 14 AWG wire should have a 15 amp breaker I would take no chances with the wire in the wall. Id change it out and also the receptical. Id also do a voltage check and check your current to the receptical, Id also check the amps being drawed to the heater. Id also find out what is all on the circuit to ensure there is not an over load. Calculate the watts, volts and amps. Remember this formula Watts divided Volts amps Exsample 1500watts divided 240 volts 6.25 amps or 1500 watts divided by 120 volts 12.5 amps Do this for each output device on the circuit and add the total amps to see if you are overdrawing. The amount of amps should be less than the amps on the breaker in the main panel box. Dont forget to consider the proper wire size for the amps on the circuit. Wish I could help you more - Good luck
Q:Electrical connection with Copper Wire and AA Batteries?
try using more turns of insulated aluminium wire because of the lower voltage, so you get a similar force make sure there is a good connection with the ends of your coil so that current is flowing
Q:Creative uses for old electrical cords/wires?
here is something that is original. it is called the outlet man. something that you won't get in a store but sure is cool.
Q:Is there a way to convert a wall-wired lamp to a plug-in-to-electrical-outlet lamp?
Sure, you could buy an extension cord, cut the end off and wire it to the socket. But you wouldn't have an on/off switch. You could buy a light socket which has a switch and replace the one on the fixture. Without seeing it that is about all I can tell you. Good luck.
Q:What is the position of the wire in the wall?
With linseed stuffing, and then no words with rubber stopper, but must be on the outside Caixing.

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