|Terminal:||Heat Shrink Push-on Terminal||Material:||Pure Copper|
|Parameter:||High Performance||Cable Length:||40cm - 90cm|
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Heat Shrink Push-on Terminal Cable with High Performance Connector for Material Handling Equipment
Heat shrink push-on terminals are high performance push-on terminals with an adhesive lined heat shrink insulation that completely seals around the wire after the terminal is crimped. They are the perfect solution for protecting your connection against corrosion and water intrusion. Heat shrink push-on terminals are excellent for use in automotive, marine or other harsh environments. These push-on terminals are fully insulated and are color coded for wire sizes ranging from 22 awg to 10 awg and come in both male and female versions. These wire terminals are made in the USA and the push-on size is a standard 1/4 inch. Maximum voltage rating is 600 volts. Please watch our video on how to properly crimp and use a heat shrink push-on terminal.
|Brand Name||Jiashan Harness|
|Place of Origin||Jiashan,China|
|Terminal||Heat Shrink Push-on|
|MOQ||Accept Small Order|
|Delivery Time||1 - 4 Weeks|
|Price||Direct Factory Price|
|Package||10/100/1000 Piece in Nylon Bag|
Twist-on wire connectors are a type of electrical connector used to fasten two or more low-voltage (or extra-low-voltage) electrical conductors. ... Twist-on connectors are also known as wire nuts, wire connectors, cone connectors, or thimble connectors.
To ensure that your cable assembly or wire harness delivers the best fit and the best performance, we utilize wire termination components from some of the industry’s most trusted manufacturers, including:
TE Connectivity (formerly Tyco)
What is the difference between a wire and a cable?
The core of the differentiation between wire harnesses and cable assemblies lies in the fact that wires and cables are two entirely separate things. A wire is a single strand of a conductive material like tin or copper. Once a bundle of wires is twisted or braided together and contained within a protective outer sheath, they have become a cable.
Why are wire harness & cable assembly often confused?
By nature, both wire harnesses and cable assemblies contain cables and wires. The main difference is in the engineering of the component to match the application. Wire harnesses are low-cost means with which to provide a bundle of cables and wires some degree of protection, while keeping them organized for ease of installation and future service. Cable assemblies provide a much more robust protection by keeping components snug within a rugged outer sheath. Cable assemblies are meant to be used in demanding environments where things like heat, friction, or moisture could prematurely wear out a cable or wire.
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