High-purity copper wire, “baked” into a perfect shape to create a distortion-free inductor, for all audio applications.
- Enameled copper wire solder able with self-bonding topcoat, class 155, acc to IEC 60317-35, DIN EN 60317-35
- Grade 1B copper wire
- Polyurethane with aliphatic polyamide bond coat
- Temperature index of 155, solder ability at 390°C without removing the enamel coating, bonded under action of heat (high voltage)
- High power handling
Jantzen Audio 000-1982 | 5,0 mH | 2,0 Ω | 3% | 20 AWG | Air Core Coil
The copper wire has an insulating layer of lacquer and a bonding layer of lacquer which is melted at high voltage to create the bonding of the “baked” wire, making the inductor self-sustaining. Modern self-supporting design, low inductance tolerance of +/-3% and power handling depending on the wire used, makes it the most versatile coil on the market.
All Jantzen Audio inductors, both wire and foil based are made with copper that is in accordance with ETP (Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch) C11000 and an IACS certification of a minimum of 100% conductivity. C11000 copper has a guaranteed purity of 99.9% or higher. The copper purity will often be higher, but 99.9% is the margin which our suppliers of copper wire and copper foil will guarantee as a minimum. The oxygen content of ETP C11000 certified copper is between 0.02 and 0.04%.
Specifications: Overall diameter: max 1.091 • Flexibility: 10% 1 d • Elongation: ³30 % • Temperature index: 155 • Cut through: ³ 200°C • Heat shock at 175°C: 1xd • Bonding temperature: 170-200°C • Re-softening temperature: 155°C • Breakdown voltage: In accordance with IEC 60317-0-1 (7,8 kV) • Tangent delta /TD 300/: ³ 140 • Solder ability at 390°C: 8 s.