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is this wire ok to use for chipping ps2
is this wire ok to use for chipping ps2 –
You may have found it already, but you want something more like a 30 gauge whire solid with insulation. Though in britain it maybe listed as something other than 30 gauge. The main idea is that its very thin for using with the surface mount components. Insulated for obvious reasons rather than enamelled and solid (not stranded) since you dont want the chance of any loose strands shorting on any adjacent pinouts. The enamelled stuff you saw was more for using in transformers (smaller ones) and for use in rf coils, sometimes also used with toroids for rf supression (ie power supplies etc).
hmm, link doesn't seem to be working, here are the specs , it is 34/35 awg
type Copper Wires & Braids
Cable O-D 0.224mm
Insulation Material Polyurethane
Temperature Rating +155°C
Insulated Copper Wire
Self-fluxing polyurethane-coated solid copper wire for winding transformers, coils, etc.
To BS 6811 Section 3-1 (IEC 317-20)
Max. continuous temperature +155°C
ah crap, my links dead kynar 30awg anyway as stated by others m8