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I've been searching for txl wire in Egypt and the only wire I found is XLPE insulated tinned copper hookup wire. Core strands: 17/0.16 mm and stands temperatures up to 125 degrees.

I've attached a link to the wire I found. I'm hoping you can help me choose the correct wire.

https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/hookup-equipment-wire/8725274/

Would appreciate any feedback and if there's another name for TXL wires

Would also appreciate if you know txl supplier in Europe that can ship internationally since customs for importing wires from europe are not very much here.

Hi Ahmed, that's not a wire I've personally used but on face value it looks to have similar performance to TXL. It's also tinned copper where as the TXL is not which is a minr advantage. The actual insulation is cross linked polyethylene, same as TXL. It may be that there are differences in the insulation thickness compared to TXL but in short I can't see a reason why it would not be up to task. I can't unfortunately recommend any european suppliers sorry.

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