BNTECHGO 30 Gauge Silicone Wire Spool Blue 100 feet Ultra Flexible High Temp 200 deg C 600V 30 AWG Silicone Rubber Wire 11 Strands of Tinned Copper Wire Stranded Wire for Model Battery Low Impedance

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● High quality ultra flexible soft silicone rubber copper wire!super low impedance,highly efficient!
● High strand count copper core,30 AWG silicone stranded wire has 11 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 0.8 mm,tolerance +/- 0.1 mm.
● 30 Gauge silicone wire spool:Blue total 100 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).

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  • 5
    A properly color coded build makes life much easier on complex multirotor builds. Excellent wire

    Posted by Sponsored 3D Heli & FPV Pilot on 13th Apr 2018

    This is my fav ESC signal wire most use 26ga but I find 30 is easier to deal with and lighter (we are talking a gram or two over a whole build it's not much lol) even more flexible... main reason is it fits in presoldered FC pins much easier then 26ga.. on a fresh build 26 is fine because the pin outs aren't soldered yet and you can just stick the wire in them and touch a little solder and that's that.. but when you have pin outs that already have been soldered you will thank me because 30awg is SOOOOO much easier to get in them it's not even funny. So instead of just having to lay the wire over the pad and solder it down with 30 you can put it in it like it should be.. much less chance of a wire coming loose like that and costing you a quad if it happens at a bad time.. plus much less likely to cause a short..

    26awg is stronger then 30 yes but if your putting that much pressure in wire then your gonna be lifting pads anyhow as the wire is stronger then the pads are. Remember this type wire only carries signal, be it from the FC to the escs, or from the vtx to the cam... or it may carry 5v or 12v at 1 to 3 amps and 30awg wire can handle that easily. Honestly there is no point in using anything thicker then 30awg as it's easier to work with, more flexible, lighter, easier to solder, fits in the FC pin outs better.. it makes for a tidier and cleaner build.. works perfectly for vtx and cam wiring as well..
    I keep this stuff on hand ALWAYS.. I keep yellow, blue, green and black at all times as that's how I rig all my quads.. blue signal, green audio, yellow video and black ground. I have colored them that way since back when the first KK board came out. So I don't even need to think about it those colors to me are like the back of my hand.. If you color code your wiring to where each time a specific color is to a specific use then you will auto know what wires are going where.. This was a huge deal back in the PWM only days pre serial protocol as wiring got out of hand at times and was a,huge mess. But doing it like this means you have an easy map of wiring.