I am looking at two kinds of wire wrap wire on Amazon.
The first is the better, more expensive kind. It is silver plated and has Kynar insulation.
The second is a cheaper kind. It is tin plated and has PVC insulation.
I am going to use it to connect to LED leads, which are tin plated brass, I believe. So I do not see much advantage in using silver plated wire if the LED leads are not as equally noble. Or am I wrong?
The application temperature should never exceed 150 Fahrenheit (65 Celsius), so is there much advantage to Kynar insulation?
Will it be just as well to buy the cheaper wire for this application?
The LEDs are not specifically made for wire wrapping, but they have fairly stiff tin plated brass leads that have a square profile section, although the edges may not be as sharp as purpose built WW leads.
I did not want to solder to the LEDs at all - using wire wrap only. At least that's the hope.