The Use Of Round Enameled Wire

  • Here we are looking at round enameled wire. Compared with gold (or aluminum), copper has a higher conductivity. As a result, a thinner wire diameter can achieve better heat dissipation and higher power ratings. Compared with gold, copper has higher mechanical properties, resulting in excellent spherical neck strength and high circuit stability. They are strong and have high tensile strength. When using protective forming gas, copper wire can be used for both ball and wedge welding. Copper has good intermetallic stability, and the bonding reliability of copper will increase over time.

    In addition to the many benefits of copper wire, the inherent characteristics of this material also present many challenges for semiconductor manufacturers when dealing with copper microwires.