Del City Interactive Catalog Page 79

79 terminals Scan for pricing or go to www.delcity.net/ catalogpricing info@delcity.net f:1.800.431.1293 www.delcity.net 1.800.654.4757 INSULATION COLOR CODE 22-18 & 8 gauge 16-14 & 6 gauge 12-10 & 4 gauge INFORMATION non-insulated vinyl-insulated funnel entry crimp & heat shrink terminal vinyl-insulated butted seam barrel clear nylon-insulated brazed barrel high temperature nylon-insulated reinforced w/brass sleeve crimp, solder & heat shrink solder & heat shrink Electrical Crimp Mechanical Crimp Insulated Terminals & Connectors Correct crimping is important to assure a strong connection. Non-insulated Terminals & Connectors Indent should be opposite the barrel seam. incorrect correct Non-insulated terminals are the most economical and are used where special performance or insulation characteristics are not necessary. Insulated terminals are used where an insulated barrel is necessary and desirable. Industry standard color coding of insulation indicates proper wire gauge. Strip Length: 1/4" Insulation Temperature: 105C (221F) Voltage: 600V maximum, building wire; 1000V maximum, signs and fixtures. Tools: Follow manufacturing crimping instructions (one crimp only). Caution: Appropriate electrical codes must be followed in all electrical work. Power must be off prior to installation and removal of wire connectors. Notice: Sellers and manufacturers only obligation shall be to replace such quantity of the product proved to be defective. Neither seller or manufacturer shall be liable for any injury, loss or damage, direct or consequential, arising out of the use of or the inability to use the product. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: Funnel Barrel Feature provides an excellent electrical and mechanical connection: 1. Funnel design guides wire into position. 2. No wire strand hang-up as the wire is inserted, giving a fast, positive installation. 3. Wire is in place, ready for crimping. For maximum crimping performance, the barrel of connector must be properly indexed in the crimp tool station. Insulation Types

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