crimp contact

crimp contact

[′krimp ‚kän‚takt]
(electricity)
A contact whose back portion is a hollow cylinder that will accept a wire; after a bared wire is inserted, a swaging tool is applied to crimp the contact metal firmly against the wire. Also known as solderless contact.
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The two-point crimp contact design delivers a reliable connection that is resistant to shock and vibration.
Up until now, automating the crimping process has been difficult, but the new Datamate Trio-Tek open barrel crimp contact has a latching feature which simplifies the insertion of contacts into the housing and can be crimped automatically or semi-automatically four to five times faster than conventional manual crimping.
The product incorporates a single gender crimp contact design which eliminates the need for inventory and processing of male and female contacts.
The ACHF Series is a fully insulated, 30-28 AWG copper alloy nickel undercoat gold plated crimp contact, in cut tape mini-reel calculator packaging, with a standard packaging quantity of 40,000.
Tenders are invited for Set Of Crimp Contact Gold Plated Pins Of M/S Harting Make For Harting Connectors Of Dc/Ac Siemens Rakes One Set Consists Of Nine Items.
A wide range of pin counts are available for solder or crimp contacts.
12 crimp contacts are rated to 35 A with the Radsok terminals and 25 A with standard contacts
The products also feature custom shells to suit customer specifications, with multiple terminations and removable crimp contacts also available upon request.
It is no longer necessary to handle single wires or crimp contacts,” Sven Tornow continues.