Magnet and Copper Wire are supplied on 2 and 10 lb spools.
July 21, 2005 - Suited for small-volume users, 34–14 AWG Round Magnet Wire is stocked on 10 lb spools and used for board-mounted components in power supplies, voice coils in speakers, and motor coils. Tinned Solid Copper Wire, offered on 2 and 10 lb spools, is available round and flat from 36–22 AWG for use in pins and PCB connections. Also available, 30–9 AWG Flat Magnet Wire is suited for use anywhere compact coils and improved heat dissipation are desirable.
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915 Pembroke St.
Bridgeport, CT, 06608
Alpha-Core Offers Round Magnet Wire and Solid Tinned Copper Wire on 2 lb and 10 lb Spools
Bridgeport, CT. To better serve the small volume user, Alpha-Core now stocks Round Magnet Wire from 34AWG to 14AWG on 10 Lb spools and Tinned Solid Copper Wire on 2 lb and 10 lb spools. Tinned solid wire is available both round and flat from 36AWG to 22AWG used in pins and printed circuit board connections while the magnet wire is used in board mounted components in power supplies, voice coils in speakers, motor coils to mention the most common uses. Flat Magnet Wire is chosen when compact coils and improved heat dissipation are desirable.
Flat magnet wire is available from 30AWG to 9AWG. All wire products can be purchased online at OEM prices at www.alphacore.com. For price and technical information visit the website www.alphacore.com or contact Sandu Pescaru at 1 800 836 5920 or by email to email@example.com. Alpha-Core Inc. was established in 1982.
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Need a little help-thanks
Dear Sirs, am building an AC electromagnet. Am not very experienced at this and might need just a little help. Need a round iron core @ 3/4 inch diameter and 3-1/2 inches long. Old plans called for a laminated one. I have heard it said that a solid iron core will work just as well, is this true? Also need 10 pounds of #14 cotton or enamel covered magnet wire round or square, whatever is best). These plans also call for 1 80 uf 250 or 600 volt capacitor bank--any ideas on what they mean on this one. Anyway, if you have any of these items just need a quote from you.
Travis Bradfute on Feb 3, 2010 10:24
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