Copper Clad Aluminum wire

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Product Description:

Copper Clad Aluminum is an electrical conductor which has an outer sleeve of copper metallurgically

bonded to a solid aluminum core. The combination of these two metals make

it uniquely suited to many electrical applications

Standard:

SJ/T 11223-2000

ASTM B 566-93

Feature:

Compared to copper conductors:

Higher Flexibility due to lower elastic modulus

63% material weight reduction due to lower specific gravity of CCA over regular copper

Compared to aluminum conductors:

Better corrosion resistance than aluminum due to copper layer

Lower resistance due to high electric conductivity of copper

Better Solderability

Higher strength than aluminum

Application:

In high frequency signal transmission field, it is applied to:

l  Standard Material of Conductor in CATV Coaxial Cable;

l  50 Ohm Radio Frequency Aerial;

l  Leaky Cable;

l  Soft Coaxial Radio Frequency Cable;

l  Data Cable

In power transmission field, it can be applied to:

l  Stranded wire;

l  Power Cable;

l  Control Cable;

l  automotive cable;  

l  Building distribution wire;

l  Busbar;

l  Radio Frequency shielding;

In special electromagnetic wire, it can be applied to:

l  Coils in motor and fans, mahjong machine, Loudspeakers

l  Voice coils (e.g. in Headphone, Headset, ...)

l  Windings

Manufacture Scope

0.12MM~5.50MM

Physical property of CCA wire

Specification

Copper in volume

(%)

Copper in mass

(%)

Length comparison

Density

(g/cm3)

Max.DC resistivity

Ω.mm2/m

(20)

Conductivity

(%IACS)

Min

CCA-10%Copper volume

812

27

2.65:1

3.32

0.02743

63

CCA-15%Copper volume

13-17

37

2.45:1

3.63

0.02676

65

Copper wire

100

100

1:1

8.89

017241

100


Characteristics of CCA wire


Nominal Diameter

Cross Section
(mm2)

Copper Thickness
(mm)

Mass per unit length
(kg/km)

DC resistance per unit length
(ohm/km)20

Tensile Strength
(Mpa)

Elongation
(%)

CCA-10%

CCA-15%

CCA-10%

CCA-15%

Copper

CCA-10%

CCA-15%

Copper

A
(max)

H
(min)

A
(max)

H
(min)

6.00

28.260

0.105

0.150

93.82

102.58

251.23

0.97

0.95

0.61

138

124

15

1.50

5.15

20.820

0.090

0.129

69.12

75.58

185.09

1.32

1.29

0.83

138

152

15

1.50

5.08

20.258

0.089

0.127

67.26

73.54

180.09

1.35

1.32

0.85

138

152

15

1.50

4.97

19.390

0.087

0.124

64.38

70.39

172.38

1.41

1.38

0.89

138

152

15

1.50

4.90

18.848

0.086

0.123

62.57

68.42

167.56

1.46

1.42

0.91

138

152

15

1.50

4.85

18.465

0.085

0.121

61.30

67.03

164.16

1.49

1.45

0.93

138

152

15

1.50

4.80

18.086

0.084

0.120

60.05

65.65

160.79

1.52

1.48

0.95

138

152

15

1.50

4.50

15.896

0.079

0.113

52.78

57.70

141.32

1.73

1.68

1.08

138

159

15

1.50

4.00

12.560

0.070

0.100

41.70

45.59

111.66

2.18

2.13

1.37

138

166

15

1.50

3.86

11.696

0.068

0.097

38.83

42.46

103.98

2.35

2.29

1.47

138

166

15

1.50

3.60

10.174

0.063

0.090

33.78

36.93

90.44

2.70

2.63

1.69

138

172

15

1.50

3.50

9.616

0.061

0.088

31.93

34.91

85.49

2.85

2.78

1.79

138

172

15

1.50

3.38

8.968

0.059

0.085

29.77

32.55

79.73

3.06

2.98

1.92

138

172

15

1.50

3.20

8.038

0.056

0.080

26.69

29.18

71.46

3.41

3.33

2.14

138

179

15

1.00

3.00

7.065

0.053

0.075

23.46

25.65

62.81

3.88

3.79

2.44

138

179

15

1.00

2.85

6.376

0.050

0.071

21.17

23.15

56.68

4.30

4.20

2.70

138

186

15

1.00

2.80

6.154

0.049

0.070

20.43

22.34

54.71

4.46

4.35

2.80

138

186

15

1.00

2.77

6.023

0.048

0.069

20.00

21.86

53.55

4.55

4.44

2.86

138

186

15

1.00

2.50

4.906

0.044

0.063

16.29

17.81

43.62

5.59

5.45

3.51

138

193

15

1.00

2.30

4.153

0.040

0.058

13.79

15.07

36.92

6.61

6.44

4.15

138

200

15

1.00

2.20

3.799

0.039

0.055

12.61

13.79

33.78

7.22

7.04

4.54

138

200

15

1.00

2.18

3.731

0.038

0.055

12.39

13.54

33.17

7.35

7.17

4.62

138

200

15

1.00

2.15

3.629

0.038

0.054

12.05

13.17

32.26

7.56

7.37

4.75

138

200

15

1.00

2.05

3.299

0.036

0.051

10.95

11.98

29.33

8.31

8.11

5.23

138

205

15

1.00

2.00

3.140

0.035

0.050

10.42

11.40

27.91

8.74

8.52

5.49

138

205

15

1.00

1.95

2.985

0.034

0.049

9.91

10.84

26.54

9.19

8.96

5.78

138

205

15

1.00

1.81

2.572

0.032

0.045

8.54

9.34

22.86

10.67

10.41

6.70

138

205

15

1.00

1.70

2.269

0.030

0.043

7.53

8.24

20.17

12.09

11.80

7.60

138

205

15

1.00

1.63

2.086

0.029

0.041

6.92

7.57

18.54

13.15

12.83

8.27

138

205

15

1.00

1.50

1.766

0.026

0.038

5.86

6.41

15.70

15.53

15.15

9.76

138

205

15

1.00

1.30

1.327

0.023

0.033

4.40

4.82

11.79

20.68

20.17

13.00

138

205

15

1.00

1.02

0.817

0.018

0.026

2.71

2.96

7.26

33.59

32.77

21.11

138

205

15

1.00

0.95

0.708

0.017

0.024

2.35

2.57

6.30

38.72

37.77

24.33

138

205

15

1.00

0.81

0.515

0.014

0.020

1.71

1.87

4.58

53.26

51.96

33.47

138

205

15

1.00

0.75

0.442

0.013

0.019

1.47

1.60

3.93

62.12

60.60

39.04

138

205

15

1.00

0.63

0.312

0.011

0.016

1.03

1.13

2.77

88.04

85.89

55.33

138

205

15

1.00

0.50

0.196

0.009

0.013

0.65

0.71

1.74

139.77

136.36

87.85

172

205

10

1.00

0.30

0.071

0.005

0.008

0.23

0.26

0.63

388.25

378.77

244.02

172

205

5

1.00

0.10

0.008

0.002

0.003

0.03

0.03

0.07

3494.27

3408.92

2196.18

172

205

5

1.00



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