Do you have a wire with a high heat resistance temperature (allowable current value)?
In the internal wiring of the unit of a product developed by a certain battery manufacturer company, there was a request that the size up was necessary because the allowable current value was a little short with the conventional wire size.
Since the outer diameter of the UP size increases, I was looking for a wire of the same size with a high heat resistance (allowable current value).
The customer was looking for a wire that was consulted about for a new model that was a smaller version of the previous model.
The heat-resistant temperature of the electric wire used conventionally is 110℃.
Inside the device, temperatures could rise up to 110°C. Therefore, we have confirmed that there is a demand for wires that are heat resistant to temperatures of 110°C or higher and that are more flexible.
Proposal from TAIYO
We proposed EM-TXT with a heat resistance temperature of 125°C.
Confirmed that EM-TXT can take a 10% higher allowable current value than a wire with a heat resistance of 110°C. We were able to wire a new compact model by taking advantage of the reduced conductor size and flexibility.
Have you ever been forced to size up in the past?
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about space-saving wiring by reducing the cable size.
If you have any problems with heat resistance cables and small space wiring, please contact TAIYO!