PEW enameled round copper wire
is made from a special type of copper alloy. It is usually gray in color, and it is available in a range of diameters ranging from 0.063 mm to 1.000 mm. This material is used for electrical and electronic applications. PEW enameled round copper wire is a high-temperature-resistant alloy. The maximum elongation at break is five degrees, and it must not be less than Table 11.
The advantages of PEW polyester wire include good solderability, low frequency loss and easy coloring. PEW is used in various applications, including audio, communication, household appliances and small transformers. Its production capacity is three thousand tons per year. PEW polyester wire is also available in a 155-degree copper-alloy alloy. PEW is a very cost-effective option when compared to other enameled wires.
PEW/130 and PEW/155 are the two most common types of PEW enameled round copper wire. PEW/130 is the thickest and most expensive of the three, and PEW/155 is the thinnest. PEW/155 is a popular choice for magnet wire and fuses. PEW/130 is one of the largest suppliers of PEW enameled round copper wire in the UK. PEW/180 is another popular choice.
PEW enameled round copper wire is another type of PEW. The coating on PEW is made of polyester enamel. PEW enameled round copper wire is suitable for winding coils, relays, micromotors, transformers, and various other electronic components. It is also used in household appliances, instrumentation, transformers, and power tools. So, it is versatile enough for all kinds of applications.