Pre-stripped and solder tinned for use in SMT rework on fine pitch PCBs. With Kynar insulation, or something else that won’t melt from a soldering iron. Cutting and stripping wires that small is very difficult and time consuming. Longer wires is easy in comparison.
That 932SV005-ND looks like an excellent partial solution. If I can find insulating & flexible sleeve or tubing to slip over that, then I can make short little jumper wires from it. I do like also that it’s 32 AWG and already tinned. Nice suggestion, thanks!
Thanks for your reply. 484-X4-0.6-0-SP-1-ND may be a good fit, please review datasheet informaton as it looks like the best option we currently have in stock. It should self-shrink when soldered and also happens to be heat/flame retardant.