Our Sealed Spade Crimp Connectors are the finest line of "crimp-and-seal" connectors on the market today. The use of only the finest components, and an expanded product selection place Sealed Crimp Connectors squarely at the top of the class. IN SHORT...THE BEST JUST GOT BETTER Features:
The difference between Butted and Brazed: Butted Seam Connectors Formed when metal is stamped, rolled, and butted to create the connector barrel. Should only be used with stranded wire and must be crimped in the proper place to avoid opening the seam.
Brazed Seam Connectors Formed much like a butted seam, except the seam is brazed together with a solder alloy. May be used with solid or stranded wire and can be crimped on any side of the barrel without opening the seam.
Seamless Connectors Generally only available for a butt connector or splice. The barrel is created from one seamless piece of metal. This eliminates problem of the barrel opening. May be used with solid or stranded wire.
Brazed Seam & seamless Connector Advantages - Better wire contact - Less voltage drop - Increases current flow - Superior tensile strength - Prevents wiring failures - Reduces equipment downtime https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avzGa4VhEPk&feature=youtu.be
|Continuous Operating Temp||
-55°C to 110°C
10-12AWG (Yellow), 14-16AWG (Blue), 18-20AWG (Red), 22-24AWG (Clear)
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