N40020 - 12 AWG (20mm 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. Wire Ferrules are offered without insulation (Non-Insulated Wire Ferrules), with plastic insulation for single wires (Single Insulated Wire Ferrules) and with a plastic insulation to accommodate two wires (Twin Wire Ferrules). Wire Ferrules are offered in Strips or Spools to be used with automatic crimping machines or multi-function crimping tools.
Dimensions & Features:
|Wire Range:||12 AWG (4.00mm2)|
|Max Electrical Rating:||Up to 2000V|
|Max Electrical Current:||35A|
Cross ReferencesCross References:
American Electrical: XUSG01978