Miniature High-Temp Hook Up & Lead Wire

  • 300 - 1000°C +

  • Small Diameter (0.25mm / 0.01 inches)

  • Lightweight

  • Excellent Electrical & Insulation Properties*

About

By developing off the technology applied to our ceramic-coated magnet wires, we were able to produce a high-temperature hook up and lead wire with exceptionally small diameters. T-Axel's miniature high-temperature hook up and lead wire is used in applications requiring an extremely low-profile, lightweight, high-temperature wire. 

Our hook up and lead wire are custom manufactured per client project requirements and demands. Contact us today to see how we can work with you!

*High-Voltage withstand and high dielectric resistance compared to other same size and temperature rated wires

Compared to Mica Tape/Fiberglass Lead Wire

Working temperatures are similar across t-axel's hook up and lead wire and mica tape/ fiberglass braided wire. The primary difference are listed below.

 

T-Axel's hook up and lead wire -

  • Is more specialized towards extremely low-profile and lightweight requirements. Traditional mica tape and fiberglass braided lead wires cannot achieve this size.

  • has higher voltage withstand relative to the small wire diameter

  • are more suited in specialized applications such as in aerospace, nuclear, satellites, ect. rather than commercial applications.

  • will be more reliable and have a longer operating lifetime than mica tape/fiberglass braid lead wires

  • If using the stainless steel outer jacket, will be better protected from environmental factors such as moisture and will allow it to withstand high vibration levels, impact shock, and can provide higher tensile strength.

Compared to Mineral Insulated Cables (MI Cables)

Working temperatures are similar across t-axel's hook up and lead wires and MI Cables. The primary difference are listed below.

 

T-Axel's hook up and lead wire -

  • Is more much smaller and lighter than MI Cables

  • has higher voltage withstand relative to the small wire diameter

  • has stranded multi-conductors vs. MI Cable parallel conductors. In high-temperatures, stranded multi-conductors will be more reliable.

  • offers more insulation resistance-stability when exposed to moisture compared to MI Cables.

  • are more suited in specialized applications such as in aerospace, nuclear, satellites, ect. rather than commercial applications.

General Specifications

Radiation Resistance

Electrical Specifications

Thermal Specifications

Material Construction

Composite Insulation 

1) Fiberglass/ quartz fiber sleeve 2) Extruded SiO2 insulation

3rd Layer of insulation, to improve the insulation performance between inner conductor and stainless steel jacket 

Fiberglass or Quartz fiber sleeve

A very thin layer (0.05mm/ 0.002 inches) of braided material which serves as a second layer of insulation and additional protection for the ceramic layer.

Ceramic-Coated conductor

Conducting material (nickel-plated copper, pure nickel, pure silver, pure copper, and other alloys) coated with the same ceramic used in our high-temperature ceramic-coated wire, giving the wire excellent high temperature insulation performance

Stainless Steel Jacket (OPTIONAL)

A stainless steel (0.1 mm/ 0.04 inches) jacket which protects the inside components from abrasion, impacts, moisture, and other outside forces.

Without Stainless Steel Sheath, Single Conductor

With Stainless Steel Sheath, Single Conductor