- May 4, 2009
Jay your items are packed up and will be in the mail tomorrow
The Flux (in syringes) I got from you works great when I need a
little extra flux on a cold or dry solder joint.. Good stuff...
I use (exclusively) Multi-Core 0.025" or 0.032" rosin core solder in
There are 5 separate flux cores in the Solder cross section so
you get the right amount of flux with every solder joint.
Do you have any specs on the wire Jeff? How does this wire stand up to high voltage? Like around 12-15KVs?
Does it compare to GTO wire?
The voltage rating is dependent on insulation type and wall thickness. For PVC, the rated voltage is generally 300V for 15 mils (0.015 inches) and 600V for 30 mils (.030 inches). That obviously doesn't mean it won't handle more for short periods, though. We tested wire to 10X the rated voltage. It can even take 40X, but not indefinitely.
We didn't work with silicone, but looking around online, Silicone can potentially be rated for 5KV for a .015" wall.