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The requirements of the UL AWM electronic wire used are generally to use UL1581 to express its detailed structure, test performance, logo and other content.
1015 electronic wire is generally used in commercial electronics, electronic appliances, household appliances, lighting fixtures and internal connection wires of equipment and instruments, and lamp lead wires of motor transformers, etc., where the environment does not exceed 105°C.
The 1007 electronic wire is generally used in applications where the ambient temperature does not exceed 80°C, such as the internal connecting wires of commercial electronics, electronic appliances and equipment and instruments, motor transformers and lamp lead wires.