C102 Copper Alloy Wire (Cu-OF)

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C102 is an oxygen-free copper which has better forming, resistance to hydrogen embrittlement, and brazing characteristics than C110 ETP. C102 has good solderability and corrosion resistance and is used for high current applications.

Mechanical Properties

Round Wire

Temper Name Temper Code Tensile Strength (ksi) Mill Limits
TYPICAL
Annealed 0S050 35 .0010 - .1285 inch 
Hard Drawn H04 60

Square Wire

Temper Name Temper Code Tensile Strength (ksi) Mill Limits
TYPICAL
Annealed 0S050 35 .0100 - .0808 inch 
Hard Drawn H04 60

Rolled Flat

Temper Name Temper Code Tensile Strength (ksi) Mill Limits
Min Max
Annealed 0S050 26 38

Thickness:
.0100 - .0500 inch

Width:
.0150 - .2500 inch

1/4 Hard H01 34 42
1/2 Hard H02 37 46
Hard H04 43 52
Spring H08 50 58

Physical Properties

(1) Expressed as a range per CDA
Melting Point (Liquidis) 1981°F
Melting Point (Solidus) 1949°F
Density (C102 Copper Alloy) 0.323/cu in 
Density (C110 Copper Alloy) (1) .321-.323 lbs/cu in
Electrical Resistivity (Annealed) 10.3 ?(cir mil/ft) @ 68°F
Electrical Conductivity (Annealed) 101 % IACS @ 68°F
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 0.0000098°F (68-572°F)
Modulus of Elasticity (Tension) 17000 ksi
Modulus of Rigidity 6400 ksi