Magnet wire is an insulated electrical conductor,
most commonly copper or aluminum, that when wound into a coil and
energized creates an electrical field. Ninety percent of all electrical
energy requires modification through the use of a magnet to be useful.
From high-voltage transformers to cellphones, magnet wire is used
Products encompass all insulated conductors used in
the creation of an electromagnetic field including those manufactured in
accordance with NEMA MW 1000 Magnet Wire, and extruded conductors used in the creation of an electromagnetic field.
NEMA MW 1000 Magnet Wire is recognized throughout the world as the premier Standard for the
construction and testing of magnet wire and magnet wire packaging. NEMA
Members also develop performance requirements and test procedures for
extruded insulated magnet wire products.