2 AWG (22mm Pin) Non Insulated Ferrules
A Wire Ferrule is a connector used to terminate stranded wires (sometimes referred to as a cord end terminal or bootlace ferrule). Traditionally a wire ferrule is crimped to a stranded wire using a crimping tool (compression, ratchet, or pneumatic mechanism), thus turning the stranded wire into a solid one.
|DIMENSIONS AND FEATURES|
|Wire Size:||18 AWG||UL Approved:||Yes|
|Material:||Tin-Plated Copper||CE Certified:||Yes|
|L1:||22mm (.866")||RoHS Compliant:||Yes|
|D:||8.4mm (0.331")||Max Electrical Rating:||Up to 2000V|
|D1:||8mm (.315")||Max Electrical Current:||170A|
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How to Crimp a Wire Ferrule?