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TUOFENG 22 AWG Silicone Insulated Electrical Wire 100 ft 2 Condu

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TUOFENG 22 AWG Silicone Insulated Electrical Wire 100 ft 2 Condu

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Product description

Size:2PIN-22AWG-100FT

- Ultra Flexible, Low Resistance, Strand Wire,High Performance Pure Silicone Wire
- High-quality tinned copper inner core, can maintained copper wire for a long time does not oxidize .
- Scope: Applicable to all kinds of electrical and electronic, industrial electronics, model aircraft, Cars, ship model, batteries, motors and other links insulation.
2 Conductor Parallel Wire:Easy to separate,Total 200Feet, Black and Red each Color 100ft
Nominal Voltage: 600V
Testing Voltage:2000V
Temperature Range:-60 ℃ to 200 ℃
Conductor: High-purity oxygen-free Tinned Copper
OD Tolerance: ±0.1mm
Insulator: Silicone

Conductor:
(1) Gauge:22AWG
(2) Copper Number/Wire Diameter:60/0.08mm
(3) Diameter: ∮0.78mm

Insulator:
(1) Jacket Thick:0.55mm
(2) Over Diameter:1.7mm

Bear Current:3A

Warning:If the voltage and current of the circuit in use exceeds the maximum carrying voltage and current allowed for the chosen specification, it may incur accidents like fire and electric shock.

TUOFENG 22 AWG Silicone Insulated Electrical Wire 100 ft 2 Condu

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