Copper braided wire is used for soft connecting wires of electrical devices, switch electrical, electric furnaces and batteries. The copper braided wire is made of high-quality round copper wire or tinned soft round copper wire braided by multiple strands in a single layer or multiple layers.
Tinned copper braid is a type of multiconductor cable that is a tight weave of soft drawn tinned copper wire. Tinned copper braid will give you more flexibility, because of its considerably lighter cable from an installation point of view. In addition, since the material has been made of copper, it allows the armored to be used as ground cable when it’s necessary.
Copper stranded wire is made of a quantity of thin (usually copper) strands that are twisted and bundled together and generally enclosed in a PVC material to form a multi-stranded conductor. Stranded wires are mainly used for indoor applications.
Copper flexible connectors provide a low resistance flex connector between two rigid bus bar sections that have dynamic motion. Flexible connectors are widely used in electrical distribution, switchgear industries because of excellent flexibility.
Bare copper wire is the most commonly used type of copper wire and is often referred to with the general term “grounding wire.” It does not have any sort of protective coating, however, the lack of insulation allows bare copper to have the best conductive properties. As a base, the wire contained within acts as a ground.
Silver bonding wires have been developed as a perfect combination of significant cost reduction compared to gold and required bonding features for sensitive devices. They achieve good reliability and excellent bondability. With a diameter up to a size of 0.6 mils / 15 microns they are suitable for fine structures with an ultra-fine pitch.
A wire harness, also commonly referred to as a wiring harness, is an exterior sheath used to cover some types of electronic wires. Generally, wiring harnesses are made of thermoplastic or thermoset materials that can help protect the cables from the environment.
High temperature wire is often defined as a wire with a temperature rating of 125°C or higher, although high-temperature can also refer to temperature ratings as low as 90°C. High-temperature cables can either be single-conductor or multiconductor.
Silicone rubber wire is a wire where silicone (a type of rubber) is used as the insulator around the wire. Silicone wire is well known for its flexibility and heat resistance and is highly recommended within extreme temperature environments. These wires usually have a temperature resistance up to + 250°C.
PVC wire is wire with an insulating jacket made from polyvinyl chloride, a soft plastic. It is usually used for low-voltage applications where the wire will be enclosed inside equipment or a raceway. It produces toxic gases when it burns and so is not run exposed in walls or ceilings.