Solid Bare Conductor Wire and Cable Datasheets

Silicon Bronze Alloy Fuse Wire -- 1340
from BRIM Electronics, Inc.

Solid Silicon Bronze Alloy 655 wire, annealed for softness. Contains: Silicon(2.8% to 3.8%), Lead(.05%), Iron(.8%), Zinc(1.5%), Manganese(.5% to 1.3%), Nickel(.6%). The remainder is Copper. Electrical Resistivity in Ohms: 148CMA @ 68F. Electrical Conductivity: 7.0% IACS @ 68F. Tensile... [See More]

  • Conductor Type: Solid
  • North American: 21 to 26
  • Cable Conductor: Silicon Bronze Alloy
Copper Electrode & Bare Wire
from Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold, Inc. (FCX)

Freeport-McMoRan Bayway Operations offers a full line of Round Copper Wire with diameters as large as .625", and as small as .0403 ” (18 AWG). These products will meet or exceed ASTM specification. Round Copper Wire is available in standard tempers, and to customer specification. Applications... [See More]

  • Conductor Type: Solid
  • North American: 1 to 18
  • Cable Conductor: Copper and Copper Alloys; Tin Dipped
  • Large Conductor Size: 4/0,3/0,2/0,1/0
Bare Wire, Round Aluminum
from Rea Magnet Wire Company, Inc.

Rea Material Code: BA. Insulation Material Description: Single conductor of solid, round aluminum. Shape: Round. Conductor: Aluminum. MARKETS. Motors/Generators: General. Transformers: General. Electromechanical: General. Transportation. Heat Exchange. Connectors. Medical. Wire and Cable. [See More]

  • Conductor Type: Solid
  • North American: 15.8
  • Cable Conductor: Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
1-Solid
from Bay Associates

Copper coatings available, solderable, ETP or OFHC Copper [See More]

  • Conductor Type: Solid
  • North American: 1
  • Cable Conductor: Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys (optional feature); Copper Clad Steel (optional feature); Copper and Copper Alloys; Brass, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Steel
  • International: 42.41
Telecommunications Cable
from General Cable

Telecommunications is the communication of information over distances and includes electronic transmission of impulses by telephone, computer and television. The beginning of telecommunications started with the invention of the telephone in 1874. Today, it has evolved from basic voice conversation... [See More]

  • Conductor Type: Solid
  • North American: 6
  • Cable Conductor: Copper and Copper Alloys
  • Conductor Weight: 86
Buss Wire -- SBC-10
from Hamilton Products, Inc.

Buss Wire [See More]

  • Conductor Type: Solid
  • North American: 10

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