enameled aluminium round wire

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Low price Enameled Aluminum Wire with high quality
Model: QA(UEW),QZ(PEW)and QZY(EIW)
Class:155/180/200

1.Performance Features:

Enameled aluminum wire ,High resistance to heat shock, high temperature and good performace at softening breakdown, suitable for high-speed automated routing, able to be direct weld, with no pinhole, resistive to high frequency, wearing, refrigerants and electronics corona, high breakdown voltage, Great insulation capability, long service life, excellent high temperature resistant, Light weight, good adhesiveness

2.Application:

Widely used in electrical tools, ballasts, automotive electronics, refrigerator and air conditioner compressor motors, television sets, electric stove, microwave ovens, various transformers, and other kinds of electronic coil motors, electrical appliances.

3. Certificate and Standard:

Manufacture standard: IEC Standard

ISO9001:2000 Quality Management System

Enameled Copper Clad Alumimum wire (ECCA): ROHS Authentication


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