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Post subject: Copper wire resistance
Unread postPosted: Thu Dec 23, 2004 11:10 am
We are working on a new electronic sensor device which requires the
periodic measurement of a 28AWG kynar insulated copper wire loop
(ten feet long) under varying ambient temperatures.
Since the electrical resisitivity of copper increases linearly with the
ambient temperature, we know the following facts about copper
wire at a temperature of 20C:
10.09 (ohm-cmil/ft) 1.678 (micro-ohm-cm)
Our problem is that we need to know the electrical resisitivity of copper
wire at each degree reading between -20C and +70C ( in addition to
the electrical resisitivity we know that copper has at 20C).
If anyone has a suggestion or reference for further information, please
advise as soon as possible.
Thanks in advance for your help in this matter.