Conductive electrical copper wire.
Copper wiring has been used since the days of the first electromagnet and telegraphs. Copper is the most conductive element of all non-precious metals, and because of this trait, it has seen a lot of use in electrical wires and electric systems. Copper wires are favored as they resist creep, corrosion, and deformation. Copper wires are twisted together and run through tubes of insulation, where they are used to deliver electrical currents from one point to another.
Found in countless types of electrical equipment and often sold in hardware stores.
- Compound Structures
- Motor Assembly
- Radio Amp
- Radio Microphone
- Likely scavenging locations: