What is 20 AWG PTFE used for?
The 20 AWG Hook-Up Wire is obtainable from Remington Industries. In both solid core and stranded types. Besides, as part of the lead wire family. So hook-up wire is used in applications. For example, control panels. What’s more, meters, ovens, and internal wiring of computers, and so on.
20 AWG Teflon wire is really used in high-temperature electronic installations. Or elsewhere abrasion resistance is needed. It has excellent thermal aging, solder damage. And moisture, and flame resistance, and so on. PTFE resists solvents, grease, ozone, and other chemicals. Low power loss, ideal for high-frequency applications. Recommended for critical applications.
The datasheet of 20 awg teflon wire
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The Specification of 20 AWG PTFE wire
Material: Silver Plated Copper
Wire Diameter: 0.0403″
Overall Diameter: 0.069″
Type: MIL-W-16878/4 Type E Stranded Wire (19/30)
Voltage Rating: 600 Volts
Temperature Rating: 200°C (392°F)
Conductor: Silver-plated stranded copper wire
Insulation: Extruded PTFE Insulation, wall thickness .010 in (.25 mm)
Compliances: MIL-W-16878E/4 Type E, MIL-STD-104, Passes UL VW-Flame Test and Birdcage Test, RoHS Compliant
Features: Excellent thermal aging, solder damage, flame, and moisture resistance. Resists solvents, grease, ozone and other chemicals. Low power loss, ideal for high frequency applications.
Voltage Rating: 600 VAC
Splices: Due to the nature of the PTFE insulation. This product contains splices and is unlikely available in one continuous length.
What type of cables is PTFE usually used for?
PTFE is a versatile material. So that benefits many applications. Especially in ultra-demanding environments. What’s more, It’s normally used to create insulation and sheathing. Which components of a cable.
The number one use is in coaxial cables. Thanks to their high-temperature resistance. Which means you can transmit high power. And very strong electrical capabilities. Which means you have very low losses. When you transmit high signals. Besides, the second-largest use is in insulated wires for places. So where you need high-temperature. And chemically resistant wire. For example in sensors, cars, and chemical tanks. What’s more, it’s also perfect for use in aerospace applications. Due to its superb low-temperature properties.