BNTECHGO 12 Gauge Silicone Wire Spool 50 feet Ultra Flexible High Temp 200 deg C 600V 12 AWG Silicone Wire 680 Strands of Tinned Copper Wire 25 ft Black and 25 ft Red Stranded Wire for Model Battery

$44.98
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● High Quality Ultra Flexible Soft Silicone Rubber Copper Wire!Super Low Impedance,Highly Efficient!
● High strand count copper core,12awg silicone stranded wire has 680 strands 0.08 mm tinned copper wire,the copper strands are tinned,protecting them from corrosion and making it easier to solder.
● They are constructed with premium silicone rubber insulation.High temperature resistance 200 degree C,Low temperature resistance,in extreme cold -60 degree C.Rated Voltage:600 volts.Outside diameter 4.5 mm,tolerance +/- 0.1 mm.
● 12 gauge silicone wire spool:2 colors,red and black,each color 25 ft,total 50 feet.
● BNTECHGO silicone wire are widely used for model planes,model cars,model ships,batteries,lamps,household appliances,electric heating appliances,meters,instruments,motor lead wire and digital fields.
Also available the right gauge wire from thin 30 AWG to heavy duty 8 AWG silicone wire. 8 AWG and 10 AWG available red and black;12 AWG and 14 AWG available 7 colors (Red,Black,Blue,Yellow,Green,White and Gray);16 AWG to 30 AWG available 11 colors(Red, Black, Blue, Yellow, Green, White, Brown, Gray, Purple, Orange and Pink).

● Please allow 2-7 business days for the item to arrive (depends on parcel destination)

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  • 5
    Excellent tinned copper wire for DC projects.

    Posted by Galen on 1st Jul 2019

    I've been using this wire to build battery packs for a DIY powerwall. The silicone sheathing is flexible, it feels a bit rubbery. It is highly stranded copper wire which is best for DC applications. The thin wires are tinned for easier soldering. It's a little precarious to strip without shearing off strands. Excellent wire, I'll probably order more.

  • 5
    and this stuff is nice. This was for direct leads on subwoofer

    Posted by Trevor on 18th Jun 2019

    Used tons of power and speaker wire in the past, and this stuff is nice. This was for direct leads on subwoofer. Quality wire, true to spec. Jacket is really soft and easy to bend and cut clean with strippers.

  • 5
    Best cable for wiring battery packs, period.

    Posted by William V. on 8th Apr 2019

    I cannot find a single fault with BNTECHGO's silicon cables. About as perfect as it gets for wiring up lithium battery packs.

  • 5
    Best wire ever!

    Posted by Lars Friend on 16th Mar 2019

    This silicone jacketed flexible stranded wire is the best. The silicone insulation and fine strands combine to make it very flexible compared to normal PVC insulated stranded wire. The strands are hair-thin but since they are individually tinned they don't corrode the way other fine stranded wire does.
    The only two downsides are that this is somewhat more expensive than normal stranded wire and that since the strands are so fine it can be a challenge to get them all to go through a hole in a circuit board or into a connector unless you cut the wire flush, put a tiny dab of solder on the end and then strip the end before pushing it into the crimp sleeve or through the hole in your PCB.
    The insulation holds up to this remarkably well though as silicone rubber can survive much higher temperatures than PVC.

  • 5
    I love this stuff

    Posted by Daniel on 7th Mar 2019

    I love this stuff. I do all my automotive projects with it now. Probably overkill for that application, but it is so easy to work with that I wont use much else. Its tinned so it should be pretty weather resistant too. Only thing is it needs to be in a conduit of some sort if you are using it in a vehicle. Silicone is not really that great against abrasion, punctures, etc.

  • 5
    Great value, and great pruduct.

    Posted by Luis A Cortez on 2nd Mar 2019

    What can I say about BNTECHGO 12 Gauge Silicone Wire? It is a far superior wire, to many of the cheaper brands I have come across. I bought this 12 gauge wire to make charging wires and adapters for my Lipo chargers and RC cars. The quality of this wire is actually pretty good. The wire is thick, and it looks and feels as if can handle great amounts of current. I am pretty impressed with this wire.
    So far, no complaints from me about this product. I bought the black and red spools 12 gauge bundle. It's a good value. If you decide to buy it, you will not be disapointed.

  • 4
    not very sturdy and strands are not good quality metal

    Posted by Scott Baxter on 22nd Feb 2019

    So-so

  • 5
    After using this, you won't want to use anything else.

    Posted by Bill D. on 6th Feb 2019

    I started out using this wire for a couple of projects subject to wide temperature variations, but it makes life so much easier I use it for everything now. The huge difference between using this wire versus less expensive PVC jacketed wire is that you spend zero time wrestling the wire into the proper shape, narrow pathways, or other tight spots. PVC jacketed wire is just too stiff, especially at larger gauges. When it's cold, it's even worse. This stuff never gets as stiff, even when it is cold. Plus, the high-temperature resistance brings peace of mind that the insulation won't melt if/when something in a device goes very wrong. The wires stay protected and pliable under crazy temperature extremes. Yeah, it costs more, but how much is your time worth? How much is it worth to avoid the frustration of routing wire which won't bend. How much is it worth to have the peace of mind of knowing that your insulation is unlikely to melt away, exposing dangerous current levels to possible short circuits? It is really difficult to go back to using the cheap PVC stuff once you've used this a few times. Think of it as one more way to reduce stress and worries in your life. Highly recommended.

  • 5
    Excellent tinned copper wire for DC projects.

    Posted by Galen on 23rd Aug 2018

    I've been using this wire to build battery packs for a DIY powerwall. The silicone sheathing is flexible, it feels a bit rubbery. It is highly stranded copper wire which is best for DC applications. The thin wires are tinned for easier soldering. It's a little precarious to strip without shearing off strands. Excellent wire, I'll probably order more.