Copper Nickel Alloy (CuNi1~CuNi44) A quality

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Copper-nickel alloy wire resistance is low, is widely used in low-voltage electrical appliances, electrical machines, wound resistors, instrumentation and other fields

Wire: Dia 0.04mm-8.0mm

Ribbon/strip: Thickness: 0.04mm-0.75mm

Width: 0.08mm-6.0mm

1) Features:

Our products have the following features: Stable performance, high resistivity, high working temperature, allowable high surface load, small specific gravity and reasonable price.

We can also supply other products by processing on your order: Stranded wire, twisted wire, coiled wire, wave-shaped wires and different kinds of standard or non-standard electrical heating elements.

2) Product Specifications:

Ferro-Chrome Alloys (Ferritic Alloys):
OCr21AL4, OCr21AL6, OCr25AL5, OCr23AL5, 1Cr13AL4, OCr21AL6Nb, OCr27AL7Mo2.
Nickel-Chrome Alloys (Ni-Cu Alloys): Cr20Ni80, Cr15Ni60, Cr30Ni70, Cr20Ni30
Constantan Alloys (Cu-Ni Alloys): CuNi1, CuNi2, CuNi6, CuNi8, CuNi10, CuNi14, CuNi19, CuNi23, CuNi30, CuNi44, Manganin.

3) Competitive price:
Lower costs on labor, lower cost on raw material, high facility availability, short producing cycle, low manufacturing cost, strong adaptive capacity to producing variation

Properties/ MaterialResistivityMax.working temperatureTensile strengthMelting pointDensityTCREMF vs Cu
( 20 0 C  μΩ.m)( 0 C )( Mpa )( 0 C )( g/cm 3 )x10 -6 / 0 C(μV/ 0 C)

(20~600 0 C)(0~100 0 C)
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NC0050.0520022010908.9<120< td="">-12
NC0100.122025010958.9<60< td="">-18
NC0120.1225027010978.9<57< td="">-22
NC0150.1525029011008.9<50< td="">-25
NC0200.230031011158.9<30< td="">-28
NC0250.2530034011358.9<25< td="">-32
NC0300.330035011508.9<16< td="">-34
NC0350.3535040011708.9<10< td="">-37
NC0500.540042012008.9<-6< td="">-43

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thick the most safe
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50A circuit breaker simply can not bring 30KW load, 30KW load the normal working current is 50-60A. You have to use 3 * 25 copper cable or 3 * 35 aluminum cable, if the distance is large with a large Model, the open selection of 100A.
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Yes and it is a very good idea for SMALL electrical prodjects. What you need to do is clip the 2 ends of the ethernet cord and throw them away. Then you need to strip the rubber case that is on the outside of the cables. Its about 1 MM thick so be careful. Use like a scissors and make a little shallow cuts around the cord (O and by the way we are stripping the case of the real cords right now). Do this every foot or two and pull the rubber case off. There should be many little cords in there called CAT 5. Take two of those cords out and strip the ends of them and you have two perfectly good cords to work with (you can use the other cords as well of course). Thats pretty much all you have to do. Hope this helps!
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commonly used wires, cables by the use of what types of points? A: According to the use can be divided into bare wires, insulated wires, heat-resistant wires, shielded wires, power cables, control cables, communication cables, RF cables
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Well, as sorry as I am to say this, The power in my house has been strange, really doesn't give us much to work on. More info would be extremely helpful, like what strange means, and just how it's acting, when it does it's little tricks and then when it straightens out. You can post them as edits, on the bottom of the question page.
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Happens at every post I've ever been to. Glad to know some things even as silly as that still seem to be traditional

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