Double conductor tapewire is the "heart" of all wiring systems. From its introduction in 1976 to the present it has been the predominant method of dollhouse wiring. Its use creates a printed circuit type layout and completely eliminates the congested wiring found in conventional systems. A super strong adhesive, exposed by the removal of a peel away paper carrier, ensures a secure grip on any surface. Since the copper foils are sandwiched between two layers of transparent tape, the tape may be a
Several major improvements have been incorporated into the design and manufacture of the Cir-Kit Concepts' tapewire. The most significant is color coding of the copper foils. This new feature greatly simplifies the making of corners during the wiring process. Brass brads are installed only at the blue-to-blue and copper-to-copper overlap points, eliminating any possibility of short circuits at these locations. As great an idea as color coding may be, if the colors are too intense they will bleed
The main body of the tape is 5/8" wide with a total thickness of approximately .005". The copper foils will carry up to 5 amperes of continuous current.
Detailed scale model for adult collectors. Not intended for children under 14.