13 AWG Copper Magnet Wire MW0514 - 80 lb Magnetic Coil Amber GP/MR-200
Handling time is 1 Day.
|Wire Gauge (AWG)||13|
|Wire diameter (with insulation, in)||0.0754|
|Wire diameter (no insulation, in)||0.072|
|Amount of Wire||80 lb|
|Wire Length (ft)||5025|
|Feet Per Pound||62.81|
|Wire Build Type||Double (Heavy)|
|Insulation temp rating (°C)||200|
|Insulation Enamel (Base Coat)||Polyester|
|Insulation Enamel (Overcoat)||Polyamide-imide|
|Solder Process||Remove insulation first|
|Dielectric Breakdown (Typical Volts @ Room Temp)||12200|
|Dielectric Breakdown (Required Volts @ Room Temp)||5700|
|Dielectric Breakdown (Typical Volts @ Rated Temp)||10300|
|Dielectric Breakdown (Required Volts @ Rated Temp)||4275|
|NEMA Designation||MW 35-C|
|Agency Approvals||IEC Designation (60317-13, 60317-25, 60317-29), UL Recognized (File: E32638)|
GP/MR-200® has a multi-purpose film insulation which includes a modified polyester basecoat and a polyamideimide topcoat. This combination provides moisture resistance, physical toughness, excellent dielectric properties, and superior chemical resistance to common solvents and refrigerants. Thermal properties of over 200°C qualify it for severe thermal overload applications. Compared to nylon overcoated polyester, it is superior in regards to physical moisture, chemical, and thermal resistance. GP/MR-200® is suitable for many uses including: open motor, high moisture applications, and hermetic applications. Other outstanding properties include thermal life, thermoplastic flow, burnout, and head shock. This product is the standard of excellence for motor repair, maximum result, and minimum reject applications. It is impressive because it couples the extra advantages of high moisture resistance with ease of insertion.
NOTE: BOTH ends of wire are accessible. Actual amount of wire may fluctuate between 79 to 81 lbs.
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|NEMA Designation||MW 80-C||MW 35-C|
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|Solder Preparation||Solder without removing insulation||Remove insulation before soldering.|
|Temperature Rating||155°C (311°F)||200°C (392°F)|
Room Temp: 2,696 volts avg. (915 volts min.)
Rated Temp: 3,780 volts avg. (1,220 volts min)
Room Temp: 12,200 volts avg. (5700 volts min.)
Rated Temp: 10,300 volts avg. (4,275 volts min)