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Inventory IC chip recycling manufacturers share what types of wires are commonly used in electronic equipment
Edit:A-GRADE Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.   UpDate:2020-01-08

Inventory IC chip recycling manufacturers share what types of wires are commonly used in electronic equipment. In today's Internet era, electronic equipment is very common, and there are many wires in electronic equipment. Do you know what classifications these wires have? The Electronic Equipment Recycling Center tells you the classifications.

1. Power supply flexible lead

The flexible wire is composed of multiple strands of copper wire. Several commonly used flexible wires such as RVB, RVS, and YHR are suitable for power cords. Among them, the YHR with rubber sheath is the best.

2.Shielded wire

Shielded wires are transmission lines that use metal mesh braided layers to wrap signal lines. The braid is usually red copper or tinned copper. A conductor wrapped by a conductor outside the conductor is called a shielded conductor. The conductor wrapped in the structure is called a shielding layer, which can achieve the effects of electrostatic (or high-voltage) shielding, electromagnetic shielding, and magnetic shielding. There are several types of single-core, dual-core, and multi-core. It is generally used in situations below 1MHz.

3.Electromagnetic wire

Electromagnetic wire (magnetwire), also known as winding wire, is an insulated wire used to make coils or windings in electrical products. Electromagnetic wires are usually divided into enameled wires, wound wires, enameled wires and inorganic insulated wires, which are often used to make inductance coils.

4.Flat cable

Also known as a flat cable, flat cables are suitable for mobile electrical equipment with an AC rated voltage of 450V / 70V and below. The flat structure is particularly suitable for occasions with frequent bending, without kinking and folded neatly. Generally, a plug-in connection is used, and a reliable connection can be achieved without welding.

5, twisted pair

Twisted pair (TP) is the most commonly used transmission medium in integrated wiring engineering. It is composed of two copper wires with an insulation layer. The two insulated copper wires are twisted together at a certain density, and the radio waves radiated by each wire during transmission will be canceled by the radio waves sent from the other wire, effectively reducing the degree of signal interference. Twisted pair has strong anti-electromagnetic interference and is usually used in computer communication networks.

The Electronic Equipment Recycling Center shares the above five points for your reference, so that you can better judge what wire you are using.