I just discovered something pretty nice that owners of AMB Personal Transponders might like to know:
I shortened my lead tonight so there wasn't so much wire to curl up. At the end of the project I noticed the remaining 4" of wire on the desk...
I, and many others have somtimes wondered how durable the wire itself is. Because many of us only own one Personal Transponder and transfer it from car to car. Thats alot of binding, twisting and stuffing. Wouldn't it suck if the wire broke internally???
Of course it would.
So I took a single wire, stripped it of insulation and grabbed ahold of it with two pairs of pliars. Spinning the wire in opposite directions, I got up to 114 turns before the stuff broke.
So there you have it. While your wire may look like a kinked and twisted mess, know that the wire inside is:
A) VERY flexible
B) Extremely strong
Sleep well knowing that the wire inside your AMB Personal Transponder is very tough yet flexible stuff.
(P.S. - That was alot just to say that the wire is strong eh?!?!