Metric ring terminals
Molex's metric ring terminals are designed for universal use with metric-size studs in the industrial, automotive, and consumer industries and have tin-plating to prevent oxidation.
Molex's seamless-barrel metric ring terminals enable universal use with metric-size studs and screws up to 10 mm in diameter and wire sizes up to 6 mm2. They are ideal for terminating to metric screws or threaded posts and can be used in solderless wiring applications in the industrial, automotive, and consumer industries.
The metric ring terminals can be crimped with a variety of industry-standard tooling. All of the terminals are constructed of high-quality, oxygen-free copper with tin plating to protect from oxidation and ensure a highly conductive and reliable crimp.
The un-insulated VersaKrimp rings feature a brazed seam to create a seamless barrel that eliminates the need for proper orientation during crimping and permits 360° of rotation in the crimp jaws for faster and more reliable crimping. The barrels have tin-plated brass ferrules, which allow for both a conductor and insulation crimp (strain relief) to provide optimum vibration resistance and fulfill TUV, VDE, IEC and DIN performance requirements.
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