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Cosses mâles à boîtier laiton avec languette de blocage 6.3Cosses mâles à boîtier laiton avec languette de blocage 6.3
      Cosses mâles à boîtier laiton avec languette de blocage 6.3
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      Cosses mâles à boîtier laiton avec languette de blocage 6.3Cosses mâles à boîtier laiton avec languette de blocage 6.3
          Cosses mâles à boîtier laiton avec languette de blocage 6.3
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          Cosses femelles à boîtier laiton brut 6.35 mmCosses femelles à boîtier laiton brut 6.35 mm
              Cosses femelles à boîtier laiton brut 6.35 mm
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              Cosses femelles à boîtier laiton brut 6.35 mmCosses femelles à boîtier laiton brut 6.35 mm
                  Cosses femelles à boîtier laiton brut 6.35 mm
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                  Bare crimp terminals
                  Bare crimp terminals

                  BARE CRIMP TERMINALS

                  Terminals are essential elements for connecting your accessories and other automotive equipment. Bare crimp terminals are the most preferred type of terminal in electrical connections because they guarantee good connection of the wires and good passage of electricity.

                  Bare crimp terminals, how to use them?

                  Bare crimp terminals are small copper elements in general, which allow connection to the connector. They come in small sizes and are made of conductive metals, usually copper. As its name indicates, the bare stock is a stock whose end where the wire is attached is not covered. Conversely, there are terminals with a protective sheath preventing the terminals from connecting together. The sheath can be rubber or plastic. Bare crimp terminals are present throughout the vehicle, so there are several types of terminals depending on the equipment or accessory to which they connect.

                  The types of bare crimp terminals offered in our catalog

                  Bare crimp terminals are generally used for connectors whose spacing is not very close together. In fact, the tip is not insulated so in the event of proximity to another terminal, you may have a short circuit. Depending on the type of connection to be made and the type of connectors, there are different types of bare crimp terminals available. The types of bare crimp terminals keep the same principle, but the tip is different, there are:

                  - bare male and female terminals (this is a plug system to connect.)

                  - round bare terminals

                  - bare eye terminals (the terminal must be screwed.)

                  - flag terminals

                  - flat tab terminals (this is a connection system to be inserted into a female tab.)

                  - end terminals (you insert the wire inside the tube then tighten it.)

                  The terminals are of various millimeters, but also of various sizes depending on the wire to be connected. They are made of brass, copper, aluminum. The material must be resistant to humidity and frequent electrical voltages.The brands offered on the site meet special technical specifications in order to guarantee you perfect protection.

                  How to use and install a bare crimp terminal?

                  Using a terminal does not require any special skills. With a little skill and good tools, it will be easy for you to connect a wire to a terminal. To begin, you will need to strip the end of the wire using special pliers so as not to cut it. Once the stripped wire is placed between the claws of the terminal. Then still using pliers, tighten the hooks with the wire. All you have to do is connect it. To make it easier to tighten your terminal, there is a special pliers intended for individuals and professionals “crimping pliers”.

                  Role of bare pods

                  Bare crimp terminals allow the transfer of current from your equipment while ensuring that there is no contact between the wires. Thanks to the hook system it will be easy for you to connect your equipment, but also to disconnect it. Terminals are useful for installing new equipment. Let's take the example of installing an additional brake light, you connect the output wire to a terminal securely. You look for the connector linked to the brake lights, then you plug the terminal into it. If the wires are correctly installed your light will light after testing. Bare terminals, however, due to the lack of insulation, should not be connected to narrow connectors.