CTC – from 60 Micron Enamel (5-79 strands)

Product Results // CTC – from 60 Micron Enamel (5-79 strands)

Continuously Transposed Cable (CTC) consists of a number of rectangular, film insulated conductors made into an assembly and usually over-wrapped with layers of insulating material. The number of conductors is usually an odd number (from 5 to 79), arranged side by side in two stacks. A special tool alternately pushes the upper left and lower right wires onto the respective neighboring stack so that each wire takes on every possible position within one cycle in the continuously transposed cable. The length of the continuously transposed cable for one complete cycle depends on the smallest diameter of the transformer winding, the number and size of the single strip.

Material Copper Temp 200°C
Insulation From 60 Micron PEI / PAI Enamel, Nomex® (Paper / Perforated Tape)
Shapes Rectangular
Sizes

5 – 79 Strands,
2,80 – 12,80 mm Width
1,00 – 3,30 mm Thickness
1,5 – 8,7 Width/Thickness
3,20 – 40 mm2 Cross Section

Standards

IEC: 60554-3-5 (Cellulose Paper), 60317-18, 60317-29

Locations
  • Europe
Applications
  • Energy
Material Copper Temp 200°C
Insulation From 60 Micron PEI / PAI Enamel, Nomex® (Paper / Perforated Tape)
Shapes Rectangular
Sizes

5 – 79 Strands,
2,80 – 12,80 mm Width
1,00 – 3,30 mm Thickness
1,5 – 8,7 Width/Thickness
3,20 – 40 mm2 Cross Section

Standards

IEC: 60554-3-5 (Cellulose Paper), 60317-18, 60317-29

Locations
  • Europe
Applications
  • Energy

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