spade lug

spade lug

[′spād ‚ləg]
(design engineering)
An open-ended flat termination for a wire lead, easily slipped under a terminal nut.
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The #6 spade lug attaches to a screw or similar hardware.
Also unique to this switch box is a rear panel chassis stud that accepts spade lug for secure grounding.
The Dunlavy cables are multiple twisted pairs in a single outer sheath with screw-in individual spade lug connectors at each end.
The gold-plated spade lugs are large and the cables sufficiently stiff that I had to bend the lugs a little to tighten them on the posts.
Crimp insulation-piercing lugs on the end of each wire - or, strip 1/4 inch of insulation from each of the four wires, push the bare wire into the socket of a conventional spade lug and squash it flat with pliers.
On top of each will be little U-shaped spade lugs attached to color-coded wire leading into the RJ-11 phone jack molded into the plastic cover.
Pagenkopf suggests engineers use the following to specify their preliminary requirements for filter manufacturers: current and voltage, frequency of operation (50 Hz, 60 Hz, 400 Hz), size (dimensions), ambient operating temperature ([degrees]C), special environmental needs, termination types (spade lugs, solder eyes and wires) and frequency versus attenuation information (insertion loss).
It was belt-powered by a Twin City 20-35 (which he had purchased in April 1916) with big spade lugs.
Each unit contains four high intensity LEDs mounted in a plastic housing measuring 83 x 16.7 mm and is equipped with standard spade lugs on both ends.
1918 Fordson Model F: Steel wheels with cleats on the back, the Model F was the world's first mass produced tractor.; 1933 Fordson tractor: Around half of 1930s land utility Fordsons were on 14 spoke steel wheels with spade lugs. After 1945 Roadless half-track versions were sold off as war surplus, some with instructions for dismantling the one-tonne, hand-operated,front-mountedcrane, which was used for loading bombs.; 1986 Ford New Holland TW35: In 1986 Ford merged New Holland with its tractor operations,its range encompassing 4wd versions like this TW35 made in America.; 1945Fordson Major E27N: A basic cab enclosure,pneumatic tyres and a fetching colour scheme were on offer to farmers by the 1950s.
At the back of the socket, four wires color-coded B,R,G, and Y lead out from the pins and terminate in spade lugs (U-shaped thin/flat-brass connectors that slip in between the washers under the screws in the wiring block).