Standard 22 AWG stranded black wire. Use this for soldering wire or any project in which you need flexible wire. Stranded wire is recommended for projects where the wire has a bend or stress point. Comes in small spools of 25'.
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Details of the insulation would be helpful.
It would be nice to see a 30 AWG set as well; I've bought this pesky SMD component...
You may be able to use wire wrapping wire... It may be thin enough to work.
Another alternative is to dumpster dive for telco cross-connect wire. Telco techs toss that stuff by the mile. It's 24AWG solid, but it solders well to all but the smallest or most tightly packed SMDs. I have hundreds of feet of the stuff. You can buy it for about $50 per thousand feet (for two conductors.)
How many amps can this wire carry?
Depend on how much heat or voltage drop you can tolerate: http://www.cirris.com/testing/resistance/wire.html
So this will give me resistance... am I missing something here? Watts rather by the way :)
What is the jacket thickness of this?
How Thick is the wire?
22 AWG = .0253 in diameter. Not sure about the insulation.