(16-14ga) Female Flag Terminal
Heat Shrink Insulated - EACH
Type: Female Flag Terminal Connector
Wire Size: 16 gauge to 14 gauge
Tab Size: .250 x .032
- Insulation: Polyolefin Heat Shrink
The Heat Shrink insulation you'll find on these terminals is a type called Polyolefin, which is a type of high-grade shrink tubing. This Heat Shrink type is specifically made for many applications in high-heat areas. With it's special design, it will not melt and has excellent adhesion properties, forming perfectly over whatever it's covering and protecting. Because of the non-melt nature of this type of Heat Shrink tubing, it is also used in the "heat and solder" type terminals, being that you can use a torch type heat to melt the solder, without worry of melting the shrink tubing. These high grade terminals are used in many various applications across the world, and the only trusted type of terminal for high-cost applications due to their reliability.
- Example of use:
The Flag type terminals are a different style of the most commonly seen terminals with many names; though widely known as "Quick-Disconnect" or "Fast-Tab" terminals. These wire terminal connectors are formed so that when crimped to the wire, it is seen as taking a flag shape upon a flag pole. Great for everyday use and tight fitting spots, the Flag Fast Tab terminals are a popular choice in all electronic fields.
Hillsdale Terminal Part#: 40189
Manufacturer: Hillsdale Terminal
Hillsdale Terminal and Tool has been in the stamping business since 1976. They are a U.S. manufacturer of solderless crimp terminals and also carry a line of wiring accessories. Their manufacturing capabilities include a full line of crimp terminals, non-insulated, brazed seam, vinyl, nylon, heat shrink and instant tap connectors.
|Product Name||16 - 14ga ∼ .250 Female Quick Disconnect Flag (Heat shrink) (EACH)|
|Brand||HILLSDALE TERMINAL & TOOL|
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