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What is the difference between BC, CCA, CCS?

source:未知 sentiment: RIME:2016-08-29 05:04


BC is the short of Bare Copper, usually refer to solid oxygen-free bare copper, mostly used for making cables, the conductivity is the best among those 3. CCA is the short of Copper Clad Aluminum, the surface of the aluminum bar is plated with copper, this material is a lot economical than BC material, its conductivity is below BC and above CCS. CCS is the short of Copper Clad Steel; this material is usually used for making the conductor of coaxial cables.
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