Rectangular Enameled Wire Is Used For Winding Motor Coils


Enameled wire is copper wire coated with a very thin insulating layer.

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Enameled wire is copper wire coated with a very thin insulating layer. It is used in applications such as winding motor coils, speakers and transformers. rectangular enameled wire is also used in the construction of electromagnets and inductors. The core material is copper, and is coated with a thin layer of polyurethane, polyamide, polyester and other resins, the so-called "enamel".

In order to make it easier to manufacture inductive components such as transformers and inductors, most of the new enameled wires have enameled wires. When they are burnt during the welding process, the enameled wires will act as a flux. This means that the electrical connection of the ends can be made without peeling the insulating layer. This is usually not the case with older enameled copper wires, which need to be sanded or scraped off the insulation before soldering.

As the application of enameled wire becomes more and more extensive, the requirements are getting higher and higher, and composite enameled wire has also been developed. Its inner and outer films are made of different polymer materials, for example, CCA wire and polyesterimide/polyamideimide enameled wire.