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Enamelled wire

Stan Zurek, Enamelled wire, Encyclopedia-Magnetica.com, {accessed 2018-12-13}
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Enamelled wire1) (also referred to as magnet wire2), winding wire3), magnetic wire4), enamel wire5)) - a type of winding wire, usually made from copper or aluminium, insulated by enamel, used for windings and coils.

Enamelled wire on spools, as used in production of windings enamelled_wire_on_spools_2_magnetica.jpg

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Enamelled wire on spools enamelled_wire_on_spools_magnetica.jpg

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Multi-section coil for a motor stator winding coil_for_stator_winding_magnetica.jpg

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Litz wire with strands made from enamelled wires served_litz_wire.jpg

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Stator of an induction motor wound with enamelled wire stator_and_rotor_of_induction_motor_magnetica.jpg

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Three-phase transformer with enamelled wire windings 3-phase_trafo_with_exposed_windings_-_magnetica.jpg

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See also

References


1) IEC 60317-0-1 Ed. 3.0 b:2008, Specifications for particular types of winding wires - Part 0-1: General requirements - Enamelled round copper wire, IEC Standard
2) Charles Reginald Underhill, Coils and magnet wire: a practical treatise on coil windings, magnet wires, insulating materials and the details and phenomena associated with the design, manufacture and operation of coils in general, McGraw-Hill, 1925
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