SHONSIN Tinsel Wire/cable is made of thin tinsel wire or several layers of tinsel wire wrapped around a soft textile core. It is super thin and soft with a low specific density. SHONSIN Tinsel Wire/cable is a type of wire used in applications that require high mechanical flexibility but low current carrying capacity. SHONSIN is a tinsel cable manufacturer, our tinsel wires/cables are commonly used in cables for telephones, handsets, headphones, and small appliances.
The name tinsel wire/cable is mainly derived from the fact that it resembles the decorative appearance of tinsel. However, other than appearance, there is virtually no relation or similarity between the two. Several ribbons of metal foil are the conductor in the tinsel wire. The tinsel wire is produced by wrapping these ribbons around a flexible nylon or textile core and extruding plastic insulation around it. The thinness of the foils is what allows its bend radius to be much greater than its thickness, which will cause the large diameter of the conductor. The core provides bulk and tensile strength without reducing flexibility.
SHONSIN Tinsel Wire/Cable is made from electrolytic grade pure copper foils which are annealed and then copper wires are being wrapped on a nylon thread or textile core. This makes the tinsel copper wire extremely flexible and resistant to breakage. All one has to do is just connect the wires with other copper wires through the barbs piercing through the insulated covering and hence need not strip the insulation.
A copper wire is the best choice for power transfer ranging from short distances to long ones. Using copper presents a cost-effective and reliable material for power transfer molecules because it is an excellent conductor of electricity next only to silver. Besides being used in electrical and electronics copper is also used in making utensils, jewelry making, deep water fishing, and as important alloy in the chemical industry.
SHONSIN Tinsel wires/cable are usually used for very small appliances due to their incredible flexibility. Telephone cords, speakers, electric shavers, and telecom cables are just some of the well-known use of the Tinsel wire/cable.
Conductor: 32 AWG - 20AWG Stranded.
Large Conductor Section (Disadvantage)