wire-wrap connection

wire-wrap connection

[′wīr ¦wrap kə‚nek·shən]
(electricity)
A solderless connection made by wrapping several turns of bare wire around a sharp-corner rectangular terminal under tension, using either a power tool or hand tool. Also known as solderless wrapped connection; wrapped connection.
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Ditech's STS-1 Echo Canceller enables telephone companies to replace thousands of individual wire-wrap connections with a few, simple-to-install coaxial cables.
Typically, wire-wrap connections are not suited to an outside plant environment where the tin-plated pins tend to corrode.