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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 115768 6-Apr-2013 00:00
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im looking for some tinned copper wire to wind some coils for the output of an lpfm transmitter.  same as used in this one: - top right of the picture.

So far i've found the following:

Im assuming this will be ok?

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 794158 6-Apr-2013 00:43
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I think what you are looking for can be found here I don't think tinned copper wire would be the correct material for the job.

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  Reply # 794389 6-Apr-2013 19:37
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You are looking for a varnished solid copper wire, not tinner copper wire. Don;t know about the size, but try Jaycar, RS Electronics, Element 14, or Digikey if you have to.

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  Reply # 794395 6-Apr-2013 20:17
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How much do you want?

I have a roll of 1mm enamelled copper wire here. If you only want a few meters send me a reply envelope and its yours.

Easily end tinned with a hot soldering iron.

Kapiti area.

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