Insulated wire

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wire covered with some nonconducting material, such as plastic or silk, for use in conducting electricity.

See also: Insulated

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Among the other things which I sent to Innes was over five hundred miles of double, insulated wire of a very fine gauge.
By reinforcing the insulation, through splitting the primary into two PCBs and sandwiching a four-turn secondary using triple insulated wire, the transformer design provided the necessary barrier between primary and secondary windings.
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Through 2010, US demand for insulated wire and cable products will increase 2.2 percent annually to $20.5 billion.
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Radround energy-efficient electric infrared heaters surround tubing, extruded profiles, insulated wire and catheters with intense, uniform and controlled heat.
Markets for nonferrous metal, ferrous metal, printed circuit boards, insulated wire and copper-bearing material (from such things as power supplies, small motors, etc.) can all be found in the United States and Canada.
1979: Around 500 jobs were to be axed in one of Merseyside's unemployment blacks pots when Connolly's insulated wire and cable factory in Kirby announced its closure.