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Non Insulated Ring Terminals

Maximum Operating Temperature - 347°F

Non Insulated Ring Terminal Features

  • Maximum operating temperature of 347°F (175°C)
  • Approvals UL / CSA / TUV / RoHS

  • 600 Volt Rated

  • Funnel ferrule wire entrance into electrical barrel eliminates wire strand ‘hang-up’, increases crimping rates and wire termination reliability.

  • Silver Brazed Barrel "R2" series ring terminals are bonded with a special silver brazing alloy that is guaranteed not to split.  Ideal for both hard-to-crimp solid wire and stranded wire.

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Non-insulated ring terminals offer the safety and security that other types of terminal connections cannot because, in order for the terminal to be removed, you must remove the screw holding the terminal. Non-insulated ring terminals are used in areas where insulation is not needed. These ring terminals have a maximum operating temperature of 347°F (175°C). Easy to use, all you need is a crimping tool. 

These non-insulated ring terminals are an inexpensive solution when protection from electrical current is not a necessity. These terminals are available in three stud sizes: #6, #8, and #10. The maximum operating temperature of these terminals is 175°C/347°F allowing for use in a variety of different operations. These non-insulated ring terminals also are available in American Wire Gauge (AWG) from 22 to 10.

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