Superconducting wire
The 2nd generation wires are currently categorized by classifying them for each of the unit lengths and each of the minimum critical voltages as illustrated in the specifications below and supplied in order to comply with the diverse range of requirements of the clients.

Cross-section of the superconductor line

Superconducting Wire Specification

Superconductor material GdBCO
Critical current(Ic)A@77K self field
Electrical Properties depends on length
100A, 150A, 200A/4mn width
300A, 400A, 500A, 600A/12mn width
Splice wire available in long lengths
Type to Ag coating : width 4 and 12m
to Cu plating : width 4m
to Cu plating and Brass Lamination : width 4m
Substate Hastelloy C276 : thickness 60µm
Non-magnetics SUS : thickness 80µm
a77K, self-field, 1 Hastelloy C276 : thickness 60µm
Mechanical Specifications
Minium double lending diameter(95% IC retention,RT) 30mm
Minium rated tensile stress(95% IC retention,RT) 250MPa
Maximum rated wire tension(RT) 20kgf
Maximum rated tensile strain(95% IC retention,RT) 0.30%
2G Wire Architecture