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250 Pcs 12-10 16-14 22-16 AWG Closed End Crimp Connector Copper

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250 Pcs 12-10 16-14 22-16 AWG Closed End Crimp Connector Copper

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Choose our quality products and enjoy your wonderful life,It's our pleasure to serve you."br""br""br""b"Product Item:250pcs Closed End Crimp Connectors,Copper Core and Nylon Wire Connectors Kit,Electrical Crimp caps Terminals,22-16 16-14 12-10 Gauge"br""br""b"Product package include: C1------22-16 AWG * 100 pcs"br""br" C2------16-14 AWG * 100 pcs"br""br" C5------12-10 AWG * 50 pcs"br""br""br" Insulator material: PVC"br""br""b"Color: White"br""br""b"Total piece: 250 piece"br""br"" ""b"Features"br""br""b"Wire Range: 22-16 AWG (0.5-1.5mm²), 16-14 AWG (1.5-2.5 mm²),12-10 AWG (4-6mm²)"br""br" Insulation: Nylon"br""br" Finished: Tin-plated"br""br" Standard: ROHS3"br""br" Heat Resistant: -40 - 105℃"br""br" Easy-entry insulation for easy cable insertion"br""br" Closed end splice to accept a combination of solid and stranded wires for single and multiple applications"br""br""b"How to use? "br""br""b"Step 1"br" Strip two wires and then insert them into the a closed end connector."br""br""b"Step 2"br" Crimp the end connector with pliers."br""br""b"Step 3"br" Connection between wires and connector is done."br""br"" "The products are placed in a transparent box. When you use up these products, the remaining box can be used as a tool box for your storage"br""br""b"Supporting Services"br"We not only provide you with quality products, but also provide you with better after-sales services. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us, thank you."br"

250 Pcs 12-10 16-14 22-16 AWG Closed End Crimp Connector Copper

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