Inverter Grade Wire

Inverter Grade Enamelled Wire

CORONA API (Polyamide-imide) 200°C

Corona API magnet wire is based on a dual coat polyesteramide-imide magnet wire enamel designed for high thermal class applications with excellent mechanical properties, chemical resistance, heat shock resistance and low co-efficient of friction.

Enamel configuration Dual coat system : base coat – THEIC polyesterimide top coat – Polyamide-imide
Insulation class 200°C (min)
Wire diameters 0.40 to 5.00 mm
Covering grade 2 or 3
Standards IEC 317-13, 25, 26, 29, 38
Appearance Khaki coloured enamel wire

 

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Product Description

Corona API magnet wire exhibits all of the basic properties required for winding and performance plus added thermal characteristics rendering it suitable for continuous service up to 220°C in applications requiring corona resistance and resistance to high voltage stress applications such as inverter drives.

Characteristics

  • Thermal index 200°C
  • Corona and voltage spike resistant
  • Low coefficient of friction
  • Pinhole resistant
  • Compatible with all common impregnating resins

Typical Applications

  • Corona or voltage spike resistant applications
  • Distribution, and power transformers – class 220°C
  • Inverter driven motor windings

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