F-Spring Terminals Feature 35N Max Insertion Force

F-Spring Terminals Feature 35N Max Insertion Force
TE Connectivity

The FASTON terminal is made with an F-spring contact that boasts improved retention, insertion, and contact-stability benefits when compared to similar components. Suitable for use in large and small appliances, power tools, and other applications that require long-life interconnections, the F-spring component offers a low insertion force of less than 35N maximum, due to its leaf-spring rolls, flared lead-in, and milled surface. Located on the top and bottom surface, the leaf-spring rolls help provide high normal force in the contact areas and low insertion force during tab insertion. They also exhibit optimum wiping action during contact engagement. Other features include a locking dimple on a cantilevered surface that works as a safety device, a current rating of 20A max, and steel-plated steel contacts for 6.35 mm x 0.8 mm tabs according to UL 310 and IEC 61210. For further information, visit http://www.te.com/f-spring

TE Connectivity
Menlo Park, CA
(800) 227-7040
http://www.te.com
 

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