New England Wire Technologies Corporation Datasheets for Bare Conductor Wire and Cable

Bare conductor wire and cable is made of conducting materials to carry electric current.
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Federal Specification QQ-B-575C, dated September 22, 1993 was canceled on November 20, 2000 and replaced by Commercial Item Description (CID) A-A-59569. Part numbers listed are tinned copper braids; all items...
Federal Specification QQ-B-575C, dated September 22, 1993 was cancelled on November 20, 2000 and replaced by Commercial Item Description (CID) A-A-59569. This CID covers tin- or silver-plated copper wire braids...
In accordance with the specification, all items are manufactured with a minimum plating thickness of 40 micro-inches. Federal Specification QQ-B-575C, dated September 22, 1993 was cancelled on November 20, 2000...
Individual wires conform to MIL-W-423, Composition 304* (Annealed). Recommended for high temperature service up to 650ºC, where mechanical strength and shield protection are important considerations. Items listed are our...
Individual wires have 50 micro-inches of Nickel Plating over copper. Recommended for high temperature applications up to 400°C or if special corrosion resistance is required.
New England Wire Technologies is well known as a manufacturer of high-quality braided wire products. We product braids for diverse applications such as ground strap, motor brush leads, circuit breaker...
Standard braided copper cables are manufactured of bare or tinned copper.
Standard braided copper cables are manufactured of bare or tinned copper. USE: Bonds, grounds, leads and flexible connectors. Please contact our design team for your specific application and desired materials.
USE: Flexible bus connectors, motor brush leads, circuit breaker shunts and other interconnect applications. Part numbers listed are of bare copper wire but are also available in tin-, silver- or...